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Digital Hero, Issue #3

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Hero Highway
When Last We Left Our Heroes - Keep up with the News from Hero Games. This issue - HeroSphere, Champions Universe, and Conquerors, Killers, And Crooks. PAGE 2
Heroglyphs - See how Steve Long himself answers rules questions. This issue - casual characteristics other than STR. PAGE 3
Champions Leftovers - See the sample powers that fell onto the Champions cutting floor! PAGE 5
Hero Universe - Check out The Characters That Hero Forgot. This issue - Der Sturmvogel. PAGE 5
You Gotta Have Character - Josephine Baker was an entertainer of many talents. PAGE 9

Advice Alley
Classic Bits - Some plot elements show up in just about every comic book. You can integrate these ideas into you Champions game. PAGE 16
The GM's Toolbox - Don't forget these supplies that are always handy to have at a game. PAGE 19
Pointless Champions - No, not pointless that way! We're talking about playing Champions without worrying about point totals. PAGE 21

Evil Express
The Ways of The Wicked - Play your villains effectively, by making them truly evil. PAGE 26
Mega Villains - Some bad guys deserve more game time than a simple fight. Play those ultra-powerful menaces as they truly deserve. PAGE 33

Resource Road
The Effectiveness Rating - Just because a character falls under the Active Point cap doesn't mean he's balanced. This worksheet helps prevent abuse. PAGE 47
Meriquai Falls: Native Sons - The Native American people of Meriquai Falls believe in totem spirits, and have a strong and detailed mythical history. PAGE 54

Character Corner
Cobalt - This vigilante master of mass has a grudge against his creator. PAGE 60

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