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Thorpacolypse wrote:Nice WildCATS stuff, Tattooed. I had a chance to pick up some of that old stuff at a shop in St. Louis a few months ago, but I went with Savage Dragon and Youngblood instead. I might get a convention in Memphis next month and I'll be looking out for them since I've always wanted to read more WildCATS stuff. They are about as 90's as you can get without being created by Liefeld himself.
ClassDunce wrote:Cool Bowman.
I'll admit that I never read a single issue of WildCATS, I remember learning about them from Wizard magazine and seeing episodes of the cartoon but I was a little young to get into the comic since they didn't really sell them on the comics rack at our grocery store. The art is amazing though and I think Grifter is a fantastic character design just visually.
CelticREI wrote:I read CyberForce a bit more than WildCats though my father was a fan of WildCats so I got to read through a decent amount of issues.
An update on Grifter (wayyyy past the 30 issues ye have read) is he has gained these odd and not-fully-explained mental powers, the only real stuff I've read about them is when I was reading a Midnighter/Grifter comic I got a bit ago, crazy spins on Mind Control, Telepathy and the such as he... basically allows his target into his mind, into a subsection of his mind that's insane (like, actually crazy, insane, raving mad, etc) to be precise, and through that link he's able to do stuff... like have someone walk across a whole town singing nursery rhymes until the guy goes into a specific building and blows himself up all suicide bomber like...
Aye... crazy stuff.
Anyways, I think ye did a great job on the C.A.T.s, and I like how ye did Voodoo as her later incarnation rather her first showing, as like ye said, she didn't do much... ye could make her a PL4 with her only power being a Senses power for her ability to see possessing Daemonites really lol
One question, where's Maul, Void or Emp?
This is just my take on Captain Thunder of the Freedom City setting. Basically I tried to make him a bit more of blaster type who manipulates his electrical energy to increase his physical abilities when he needs that little extra push. So he can either be the big brick with a total Toughness of 14 and a Strength of 38 or he can be a reasonably strong blaster with a Toughness of 12, a Strength of 30 and a Blast of 12.
Not too much of a difference really but I like how this version plays out. IMO Captain Thunder finds it easier to be a flying brick for the League than use his blast, but he has it if he needs it. Plus when he first gained his powers I thought it would be easier for him to use his enhanced strength & toughness more than his energy array. Only with time & practice has he gotten more comfortable with it as an option in a fight.
I haven‘t really done too much with the members of the Freedom League in core FC book. But I remember seeing a build a long while ago where someone (and I’m sorry I can’t give you the credit you deserve) did an alternate build of Lady Liberty that I thought had some interesting ideas.
So I took some of those ideas and combined them with the main powers Lady Liberty has to come up with this version. It‘s more for my reference than anything else when the PCs of my New Freedom League PbP game might deal with her but I thought it‘d be something worth sharing.
Another try on my part to make a version of Star Knight I can be happy with. This time I pulled ideas from builds of Green Lanterns I‘ve seen here on the ATT (which the Star Knights are based on obviously) and a build someone (sorry I can’t recall who at the moment, once I do I’ll give credit where it’s due) had done of an different take on Star Knights. Like the Lady Liberty build I thought it made a lot of sense though there were a few small tweaks I did to suit my personal preferences and ideas I had.
Overall I like this take more. The Knights are granted a shard of the star stone but have to manifest their armor to fully control it without any problems for themselves, so this version definitely hits closer to the mark of inspiration IMO.
Plus in one of my PbP games Maria Montoya has gone off planet on a mission for the Knights and a replacement has been assigned to Earth to cover during the time she‘s gone. So enter Evan Morris, the newly trained Star Knight who‘s just returned from the Star Citadel.
Shock wrote:I don't know what kind of football you play in Ohio, but that's not a linebacker's build in that picture
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