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This little diatribe gives rules for creating super heroes for use in a very different style of Call of Cthulhu. It is a mash-up between the Mythos and some of the crazies of a Gothamite’s Rogues Gallery. Almost all of the villains in that town, and not a few of the heroes, have some strange obsessions and fixations, not the least being that they can make a difference.
As in any Cthulhu game, many... [click here for more]
Defend Justice and Smash Evil With Your Superworld Heroes
Welcome to the universe of comic book super heroes, where mighty guardians of truth and justice struggle against he machinations of ruthless supervillains. Recreate favorite comic book heroes and create new ones with the powers and abilities of your choice! Using a large selection of superpowers you will prepare your beginning characters for... [click here for more]
SUPERWORLD Just Got Better!
This Superworld Companion expands the world of super-powered roleplaying. It includes: changes for and variants of Superworld powers: new ways to use powers such as Absorption, Defense, Dimension Shift, Emotion Control, Fortune, Gimmick, Illusion Projection, Invisibility, Martial Arts, Mimic, MicroSIZ, Reduction, Resistance, Snare, and Teleport.
New... [click here for more]
Teenage Superheroes Tackle the Syndicate!
Dr. Drugs had a nice retail outlet at Warren G. Harding High School, and his pills, poppers, and nastier substances went at bargain prices - to the Doctor, who dreamed of turning-on all of humanity to the way of drugs, profit was inconsequential (though his syndicate backers hardly thought so).
But, after a student-customer overdoses and dies, the Doctor gets... [click here for more]
Three Superpowered Battles!"We HAVOC supervillains are professionals who only want to do our job - creating as much havoc as possible. Why do these superheroes insist on getting in the way? A small reactor! Is that too much to ask?If the superheroes don't want us to borrow federal property, we'd be glad to grab the power source of a race which never pays taxes - the... [click here for more]