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THRILLING TALES: Pulp Archetypes (M&M Superlink)

THRILLING TALES: Pulp Archetypes (M&M Superlink)

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Adamant Entertainment brings the two-fisted pulp action of our Thrilling Tales line to M&M Superlink!

THRILLING TALES: Pulp Archetypes adapts the Thrilling Tales Advanced Classes (originally designed for d20 Modern) into archetypes for use in pulp-era M&M campaigns, via the Superlink license. It offers 19 ready-to-use archetypes for PL 6 pulp adventures:


  • Ace Reporter -- on the lookout for a great story.
  • Air Ace -- a knight of the skies.
  • Boxer -- master of the ring.
  • Fortune Hunter -- he knows it's out there, somewhere.
  • G-Man -- don't mess with Uncle Sam.
  • Gumshoe -- trouble always walks into his office.
  • Noble Savage -- lord of the jungle.
  • Man of Mystery -- strikes fear in the hearts of criminals.
  • Mesmerist -- beware of looking into his eyes.
  • Paragon -- two-fisted scientist.
  • Rocket Ranger -- flying without wings.
  • Trusted Sidekick -- loyal friend and ally.

  • Big Game Hunter -- a tenacious predator.
  • Femme Fatale -- what danger lurks behind those beautiful eyes?
  • Gun Moll -- she's fallen in with a dangerous crowd.
  • Hooded Terror -- psychopathic killer.
  • Mad Scientist -- conquering the world through superscience.
  • Mastermind -- the spider in the web.
  • Mobster -- ruthless enforcer.

Requires the Mutants & Masterminds RPG from Green Ronin Publishing For Use.

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File Last Updated:
October 18, 2006
This title was added to our catalog on October 18, 2006.