Your name is Thomas Cairn, and you have no clue what you jumped into. Your dad was a famous superhero known as The Red Rider, and he showed up dead in an alley about a year ago.When you were checking out a storage unit you inherited from him, everything changed. You gained his powers, a brain able to calculate faster than light, and an uncanny affinity for machinery.Using your powers, you were easily able to get into the world's top engineering college, Central Cosmopolis Institute.You used this knowledge to make a booming tech business. However, you never moved past Dad's ideas, and you couldn't stand the gap The Red Rider made, so you filled it. You made a suit of power-armor and became The Red Knight, however, you lacked experience. So you managed to get a mentor, Wrench, so that you could learn the Hero business. Of course the only way to learn is experience, so you spent a good portion of your free time breaking up Mafia operations around Cosmopolis.The people have taken a shine to you. They were scared about The Red Rider's "hiatus", but now that you're here they think that, like other normal Supers, he passed on the torch. The crowds love you, every time you fly by at least 20 phones come out, but no good comes without a price, and not everybody can be saved.Archived Threads: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Superhuman%20LegacyTech Trees: http://pastebin.com/9uxS0teLPlot Points: http://pastebin.com/q8wm3Lr3MC Notes: http://pastebin.com/aNFFXTCUArmor Loadout: http://pastebin.com/Jta4cNfXResearched Tech: http://pastebin.com/CN3UaTbNCairn Industries Summary: http://pastebin.com/mWGEHHwC
"WHERE THE FUCK IS HE?!" A familiar voice is screaming outside the tent, does this joker really think anyone will answer? Surprise, the answer is screaming, who would have guessed?"WHERE IS THAT CAIRN MOTHERFUCKER, I HAVE TO SHOW HIM MY NEW MIXTAPE!" There are two possibilities, on one hand, Boombox may have found out who you are and is trying to get you back for the "incident". Or this could be another assassination attempt and he was payed to do this. The latter seems more plausible, you wiped all evidence of your involvement at the concert, nobody could know."There's a back room, get in it, there's an exit out the back if you think you can sneak away. Your face was all over the news, don't let anyone see you." The old lady who you just bought flowers from is looking worried, but she doesn't seem afraid.You run into the back room, close the flap, and start to suit up.>Start sending out the nanomachines, similar to how you did it before>Signal RON to call in some help>Try to sneak up on him>Call him out with some snark>Write-in
>>41522110>>Call him out with some snark
>>41522110>Call your UAU contact>Send out some nanomachines>Pull out your stun beam weapon
>>41522110>Signal RON to call in some help>Start sending out the nanomachines, similar to how you did it beforeWe really need to design a few of these with cameras installed.
>>41522110>Signal Ron>Start sending out your nanomachines like before
>>41522110>Call him out with some snark
>>41522186>>41522241I am both these people, just realized I should clear that up. Still tired, sorry.
Writing, saw Antman, was hoping for this.
>>41522110something something nuts jokesor cracking eggs to make an omelette
>>41522341>>41522110this is not a vote by the way, just mocking the bitch>>41522339did you like it?
>>41522339You see, there's no chance we end up like Pym. We have money and a fuckbuddy already.
>>41522110>Call him out with some snark>Signal RON to call in help>Start sending out nanomachines, similar to how you did before.But differently, use them to shield the civilians possibly?
>>41522110>>Start sending out the nanomachines, similar to how you did it before>Call him out with some snark
You start sending out the nanomachines like you did before, this time you doubt that Boombox will see them coming, the tech's been marching forward. You finish putting on the suit and psyching yourself up, then you ask RON to contact the Super Crew, as you have them listed. You briefly considered UAU, but then they might get suspicious. You walk out the back and are a little shocked by what you see.Boombox is wearing a skintight bodysuit that looks like it's made of speakers, albeit under his normal dumb rapper costume, but still. Your voice modulator switches on, this time to a deep voice."Did you take up gymnastics after getting the speakers blown out? Looks very comfortable, or did you join the ballet team?" First rule of snark, find anything you can to make a dig."BITCH I'LL KILL YOU!" Obviously not a calm guy, or a clever one, Boombox charges at you and you leap out of the way. He keeps lunging and missing, then you fly into the air while peppering him with the stun beam. To your surprise, the beams twist as they fly toward him, then they blink out."NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY AT THE MAIN EVENT BITCH!">The civilians have escaped>Use your nanomachines, you know what to do>AFFIX BAYONETS>Time for Judo>Throw something at him>Write-in>>41522361Pretty good, liked that they kept Hank Pym as sort of an asshole, and unstable, punched a lot of people. 7/10
>>41522683>Do like Pym and slap that hoe>Time for Judo
>>41522683>Use your nanomachines, you know what to do
>>41522683Can we make an army of clockwork hummingbirds?>Try hitting him with a stunbeam>Time for Judow
>>41522731Excuse me, I think you mean>Pymp Hand>>41522759Yes? I don't know what you plan to do with them, but that is possible.
>>41522683I just wish we got to see that wasp costume at work, woulda been nice.>>41522786>Pymp HandTop kek
>>41522786>Pymp Handi kek'd
>>41522786Easy. Fill the bodies with various types of tranquilizers converted and replenished from pollen, have them just all around the city controlled by RON. Some guy mugs a person, bird come in and gives them a small prick on the neck. Guys try to rob a bank, a single bird can knock them all out. It'll raise the bar on the minimum effort needed to get away with a crime. Your average criminal will need space-age material full body armor to commit any crime at all.
Writing>>41522799>>41522816Yes, I am very good at beating a joke into the ground, beat it again, and once more.>>41522794Everyone ignored the fact that he made a suit for the shrinking tech before he even got it working, seems a little presumptuous to me.
>>41522850im gonna go with nah on this idea we have a power suit why the fuck shouldn't use it.
>>41522913its obvious some one made it for him; now is not the time for questions tho.
>>41522921A) We cannot be in all places at all timesB) It takes us out of the line of fire, removing the risk of enforcement officer casualties. It makes the concept of a police and on-site police officers obsolete.
Well, fuck, need rolls, got ahead of myself. Roll 1d100 for me.
Rolled 54 (1d100)>>41522979I got thisANTS
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Rolled 86 (1d100)>>41523007>>41522992>>41522996Well it's above average.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpPx7E27Bc8
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Rolled 58 (1d100)>>41522996Pretty okay, writing.Here's some music for the waithttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOOTF8vu6ps
>>41522975With such a system, if someone hacks into it, they could also get away with near any crime.Everything has flaws anon. It just so happens robotic police force have a very dangerous one: turning on the original controller(s). Would also make any Ultron like incident decidedly worse.
>>41522975>A) We cannot be in all places at all timesthere are other superheros in the world>B) It takes us out of the line of fire, removing the risk of enforcement officer casualties. It makes the concept of a police and on-site police officers obsolete.im pretty sure the cops wait and evacuate near by civilians while waiting for a super to deal with super villans
You ignite your plasma blades and go for a dive to catch Boombox off guard, but he fires a blast of sonic energy that catches you off guard, barely knocking you off course. You correct and make a swipe with your blade, but Boombox is doing a rather good job of keeping out of the way, netting only a few scratches in the process.Boombox unleashes a shockwave that blows you across the circle of tents, but you manage to get yourself to a stop just before crashing into This n' That. The voice modulator flips on again."Oh no, how could I ever defeat Ipod-man! I am surely doomed!"This obviously ticks the guy off, and he starts rushing towards you. This was a poor choice on his part, as you simply get into a stance and throw this uke into the ground with all his momentum. Just as you almost follow it up with a right jab, he jets away with a sonic blast, now standing on the other side of the half circle of booths."Sir, help will be there soon, Wrench said he was rather close, the others said they might take longer.">Try a piercing beam>Use the nanomachines now>Get ready to dodge>Get into a stance to flip him again>Write-in
>>41523258>Use the nanomachines nowTry and constrict him so we can go for the KO
>>41523258>Bait him into a charge and give him a nano machine nut shot again.
>>41523258>>Get ready to dodgeMay be best to avoid the use for now. Since unveiled them as cairn already. He may put two and two together since the red knight wasn't there. but cairn sure was. And that's what got him last time.
>>41523258>>Use the nanomachines now
>>41523258>Get ready to dodge
>>41523338He doesn't know we're controlling them though, could "thank Cairn".Plus people know Red Knight bought these from Thomas.
>>41523369And then when we use them in the future, and people notice?Well it won anyhow. Just hope no one catches on. Or they figure we Red Knight bought these or something.
>>41523420Dude, we already used them before.And they're being sold, publicly. They're already available. Purchaseable. Buyable. Whatever
>>41523258>Piercing beam through the kneecap
Rolled 79 (1d100)Nanomachines take it, roll 1d100+20 and tell me what you want to use them to do.
Rolled 9 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>41523485bind him no more moving no more talking
Rolled 68 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>41523485learn from the green lanterns and make a big fist to punch him with
Rolled 22 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>41523485Sup?
>>41523505im done rolling for a while thats to close to a crit fail.
>>41523514Taking this roll, waiting for more on what you want to use them for>>41523519Saw Antman, had an aneurysm at the end of Sharknado 3, nothing much.
>>41523553>waiting for more on what you want to use them fori say tie him up with them or brake the speakers on his suit.after we punch nano punch him
>>41523553Why would you see sharknado 3? Are you masochistic?
>>41523671Family stuff, sharks in space and plasma chainsaws is where I lost it.
Writing, going to say general consensus is to bind him.
>>41523744after we punch him
>>415237441 and a half for each reallywhynotboth.jpg
You have had enough, the nanomachines begin to stir, and they suddenly bunch up and replicate the move you pulled in the concert. They hit him right in the crotch and then wrap around him. Boombox starts shaking vigorously and a hum fills the air as the pile of machines starts to shift away."NOT TODAY FUCKER, I BROUGHT A CUP, CAIRN DID THAT LAST TIME!" Well, that means he knows you caught him at the concert, but he doesn't know you're The Red Knight.Boombox stands up and starts getting ready to shoot a sonic blast, but a flying bolt hits him in the head. Backup is here, Wrench is standing a bit behind him and is holding some sort of hastily constructed gun. It looks like he'll have to do for a bit, but now you have Boombox outnumbered."Oh no, he vibrates! Maybe we should throw in the towel now!" Funny, Wrench seems to be on the same page you are with insults.Boombox is slowly knocking all of your machines into scrap with his vibrating, and it seems like he's focused on Wrench>Penetrating beam through the knee>Throw something at him>Go on the offensive with your blades>Write-in
>>41523976>Penetrating beam through the knee
>>41523976>>Penetrating beam through the kneeOhh nice one wrench! Maybe he should take a knee and bow out?
>>41523976>Penetrating beam through the kneewe gotta knock this guy out before he causes more property damage
>>41523976>>Penetrating beam through the knee
>>41523976>>Throw something at himim thinking a sign
>>41523976"he vibrates"Chicks must dig it, if only he still had balls...
>>41523976>Go on the offensive with your words
Rolled 64, 4 = 68 (2d100)Need a 1d100 for piercing.
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Rolled 47 (1d100)>>41524198ohh boy
>>41524198>>41524266Well then, I'm going to have lunch, then fun begins.
>>41524289>we pierce our own knee>I used to be a hero like you
I'm back! Somebody gonna get rekt, I wonder who?Writing
>>41524833i say boombox
Completely unrelated.http://pdsh.wikia.com/wiki/Crimson_RiderGreat great great grandmother?
>>41525183but we a newer legacy so maybe just great grandma
You cycle your Beam Gauntlet from stun to pierce and take aim, you can't let him hurt anybody or cause more property damage, so you line the shot up for his knee. Kneecaps are very important to being a threat after all. Wrench is keeping him busy by dodging blasts and keeping Boombox's attention.Boombox isn't even paying attention to you, he's in his own little world, and you take the shot. The beam flies true and hits him right in the knee, cleaving directly through the side of it. Boombox is unfortunate enough to move at this moment, and his knee separates from the rest of his leg, revealing the bones beneath the kneecap as he screams in bloody agony.Wrench looks on in, what you can only guess because of his mask, horror as Boombox's tendons and muscles move reflexively in the wound, spurting blood all over the concrete. Just as you register what happened, a circle of burn marks appears beneath him and fills out into an odd-looking design. The next moment, Boombox is gone, leaving only his blood and knee behind."Fuck, goddamn wizards again, and we just got him too." Wrench starts walking over and he puts down the gun."I have so many questions right now, but let's start with what just happened.">I just used my complication, it no longer hovers over your head, the guillotine has dropped.>"A wizard teleported him away." (explain the magic)>"He moved." (explain the injury)>"A focused beam of plasma that..." (explain the technology>Write-in
>>41525183Maybe, you should ask Dad... oh wait.>>41525253Superhero history goes back to just before WW1, before that it's kind of blurry.
>>41525255>>"A focused beam of plasma that..." (explain the technologyBut I never expected him to move!
>>41525255>>"He moved." (explain the injury)>Write-inif they would have left him there i may have been able to save his leg. (show him the medical botgel)
>>41525255>"A wizard teleported him away." (explain the magic)>"He moved." (explain the injury)>"A focused beam of plasma that..." (explain the technology)
>>41525255>>"He moved." (explain the injury)Sup Lost
>>41525255>"Fucking magic is what...">"He was threatening the public with lethal weaponry, and I had a clear, non-lethal shot. Any cop in the city would have take it."
>>41525255>"A wizard teleported him away." (explain the magic)>"He moved." (explain the injury)>"A focused beam of plasma that..." (explain the technology
>>41525255>"A focused beam of plasma that..." (explain the technology) was intended to incapacitate him, but>"He moved." (explain the injury)I have biogel to fix him up once we had him cuffed.
this is why you throw shit at people and not shoot them with high energy laser beams.
>>41525442We shoulda have used them stun beams.
>>41525442we should lower the power setting a little next time.We needed a blow to his knee cap, not a leg severing.
>>41525480they didnt work on him the first time>>41525489or not use them on non-armored villains
>>41525489Nah man it totally worked. He just move at the wrong time.
>>41525544So basically, it didn't work?You can't go counting on an enemy not moving.
"Well, I shot him with a piercing laser in a non-lethal spot to prevent further damage, but he moved so I did more damage than I had anticipated. Then a wizard got him." This is weird, you never thought you'd be saying those words together."Okay, don't worry about it, the villain gets away a lot. It happens, just know that you should work on ALL non-crippling options before going to the big guns. Bad stuff happens to people who are too ruthless when it comes to heroics.""To be fair, if he'd stuck around, I would've been able to fix him." You pull the container of SPINRs out of a pouch and show them to him."Okay, just try and avoid it next time. Last thing you want is a villain with a reason to kill." Wrench says that you should work together more often, seems like you don't do a lot of costumed charity anymore, then he walks around a corner and is gone.You stealthily maneuver back to the tent while making it look like you left, and then you change back into mild-mannered.. wait that doesn't fit you at all. You change back into your clothes, grab your flowers, and pack everything back into your backpack, then walk out of the tent and back into the already re-forming crowd outside of the cordoned off half-circle.You can't help but feel like whoever teleported Boombox away was related in some way to The Mortician. It fits his MO, burns, fire, soot, all things you remember him using and, ironically, being laid to rest by. Maybe he wasn't as much of a loner as you thought.>It is 3:00, two hours till closing>Go back to your room and change into nice clothes>Walk around a bit more>Write-in
>>41525916>Go back to your room and change into nice clothes
>>41525916>go back to the room, take a shower to clear our head, then head out on patrol as Red Knight.
>>41525916>>Walk around a bit more
>>41525916>Get that leg and get it on ice. If he shows up with some mechanical abomination, you can at least offer to fix his leg for him
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>41526098It's not his leg, it's his kneecap.I guess I have to break a tie1-Wander2-Change
>>41525916>>41526098was it the whole leg that fell off, or did we just carve off his leg?
>>41526098This. Kind of a dick move leaving him an invalid.
Okay, I need a random event roll.
>>41526132>>41526138nvm, I wonder what we'll run into.
Rolled 19 (1d100)>>41526157
Rolled 41 (1d100)>>415261571d100?hmm I wonder what's on you event table list Lost?
Rolled 59 (1d100)>>41526157
>>41526191So much, I use it when I run games for my group, Urban Encounters are very eclectic.Interesting, Writing
You have some time to kill before the closing, and it's not like you're doing much more than showing up, so you decide to wander a bit more. This time, you walk the other way back towards the dorms, the booths seem very mundane. Most of them advertise blenders and vacuums and free massages, but you pass one that is splotched with random primary colors, like a clown threw up on it. Inside is a teen, no more than 16 years old, in a cross between a labcoat and a smock, wearing a beret and heavy goggles."Come one, come all, see the tremendous art machine!" He says with a slightly old-timey lilt to his voice. He obviously goes for a Goldbergesque design on his machines, inside the booth is a large machine on wheels that looks like it jumped out of a Sci-Fi movie. Made entirely out of what appear to be spare car parts is the Art Machine."Anything one can imagine, this machine can make! A statue of a bird, a statue of an angel, you name it!""What about things that aren't statues?" Somebody says from the small crowd in front of the booth."Why do you think it's called the Art Machine?!">"Demonstrate it please, make a (thing).">"Not very practical, is it then?">Walk away>Write-in
>>41526520>"Demonstrate it please, make me like one of your french girls"
>>41526520>>"Demonstrate it please, make a (thing)."trumpet
>>41526520>"Demonstrate it please, make a 3-D representation of DeVinci's Mona Lisa."
>>41526520>"Demonstrate it please, make a statue of a knight riding a dragon. Go for cartoonish and over-the-top."
>>41526520>"Demonstrate please. Make a 2D color splotch representation of Beethoven's 9th symphony, second movement."
>>41526520>"Demonstrate it please, make a sword.
Rolled 21 (1d100)Okay, writing.
Rolled 89 (1d100)>>41526734oh wow
>>41526520>>"Demonstrate it please, make a (thing)."
"Demonstrate please. Make a 2D color splotch representation of Beethoven's 9th symphony, second movement."Everyone turns to you, your name and face have got around over time, especially here."Uhm, coming right up Mr. Cairn." He types on the machine for a bit and adjusts it, then types on a computer and is obviously as nervous as he could possibly be. He wipes his brow and presses a large red button."Prepare for uh the greatest Pollock you'll ever see." He wavers in and out of the PT Barnum voice as he speaks and the machine whirs to life behind him. The parts go from a dull gray color to a light shade of teal, then a deep black, cycling through colors and running over a canvas.The painting comes out of the end of the contraption with a satisfying ding, and the teen takes it out, showing the rather decent painting to the crowd. This might be somebody to look over, he seems to be a rather talented inventor.>It is 4:00, one hour until closing>Leave your business card with him>"What's your name?">"You have an impressive machine there, talk to me later, might have a job for you.">Critique the machine>Write-in
>>41526981>>"What's your name?">"You have an impressive machine there, talk to me later, might have a job for you.">Leave your business card with him
>>41526981>Leave your business card with him>"What's your name?"Give him tips on how to make it smaller maybe?
>>41526981>Leave your business card with him>"What's your name?">"You have an impressive machine there, talk to me later, might have a job for you."
>>41526981"...alright, that's pretty cool. How does it work, though?"
>>41526981this is interesting, especially if we can use this to give our AI creativity
>>41526981>>Critique the machine>"What's your name?">"You have an impressive machine there, talk to me later, might have a job for you."i want him to push him self a little thats why the crtique
>>41527071no to that we are not making UltRon
>>41527097But I want UltRon
>>41527039Not a bad question.
>>41527097It all depends on how we use it.And stop with the knee jerk reactions, you look foolish. Anything we do to upgrade RON's capabilities will be in controlled inviorments with us monortoring it.We're not an idiot like the Tony Stark from the movies.
Writing, I for one welcome our new robot overlords.
>>41527158>We're not an idioti think tony and pym had that same thought.
>>41527188Tony maybe. I remain convinced Pym was reckless out of suicidal depression.
>>41527218Isen't that standard Pym modus operati though?
>>41527248That's my point.
"That's an impressive machine, talk to me later, I might have a job for you." You hand him your business card and he gives you one of the most starry-eyed looks of wonder you've ever seen."What's your name?""Uh, it's Fibin, Fibin Acci. Well, that's what people call me, no last name, you know what, uh Fibin is good.""Well Fibin, how does it work?""It works on advanced matrices that I programmed using sequential algebra, which causes variations in standard art, each linked to a descriptive word. It took about three years to make sure it didn't overload the CPU or not use the right variable, but now it works." Hmm, seems like a hardware problem rather than a software one, you are terrified by what this guy could do with a Hyper-Processor."Well, I have to get going, closing soon and everything, but I will field your call later. You have a bright future, and I want to be a part of it." You put on some sunglasses and walk off, leaving the entire crowd in shock. As far as they knew, Cairn Industries didn't hire people, but now that news should get out soon.>Change for the Closing>Stay in Casual Attire>Write-in
>>41527393>>Change for the Closingwe did the sunglasses thing
>>41527393>"It works on advanced matrices that I programmed using sequential algebra, which causes variations in standard art, each linked to a descriptive word. It took about three years to make sure it didn't overload the CPU or not use the right variable, but now it works.">Boner acquired>Change for the closing
>>41527393>Change for the Closing
>>41527393Yes, feel the Wayne within you, FEEL IT COME TO SURFACE are there many heroes with sidekicks?
>>41527393>>Change for the Closing
>>41527464Most International ones, but that's more of an apprenticeship sort of thing, almost like what you did with Wrench against the mafiaWriting
>>41527464It tickels my funny bone if we make this guy our creative director at our company (of 2 currently)
>>41527595yes all my yes
Wrench is right. We need to work on more nonlethal crime fighting tools. Maybe we can develop a sticky, quick expanding, quick hardening polymer, which is both nonflammible and nontoxic. I'm thinking similar to the grey goo that caught Mr. Incredible. I would think if we perfect it is would be a multipurpose tool we could use to catch bad guys, put out fires, or strengthen falling support beams, etc..
>>41527897i like that but why didnt we use our fireflies we made those to do non-lethal take downs
>>41527934I think, we have so much cool tech, that we probably forgot.
>>41527982damn its hard to be a techpimp
You decide that a T-shirt and jeans won't cut it, and head back for the dorm. You pass the fake magician wowing more idiots with too much spare change and go up to your room to change into another suit, you swear you didn't buy this many suits, but your closet says otherwise. On your bed is a note from Jeanna."I was going to talk to you about something, but you weren't here. Something's up with Monica, she keeps ranting about stuff. Psychologist says she needs closure. You sell stuff to The Red Knight right? She needs to talk to him about the thing with that zombie guy. Could you see what you can do?"She signed it "Love, Jeanna" and laid it on your bed. That can wait for now, you have to go to that closing.>Meanwhile..."Why are you doing this?!" You cry through the pain, the burning, the smell of charred flesh."Because I suffered as you must now.""WHO ARE YOU!?" The tears well up in your eyes, boiling as they streak down your face."George Liket, the man you killed, back to repay the favor."The flame burns out.>Thread 15 END! Points.>Two Tech Points, proud of you>You kneecapitated Boombox!>You heard right motherfucker! He's back!>Will Boombox ever NOT be a bitch?>Tech next post.>>41527934To be fair, it wouldn't have helped, although I did forget to ask if you added those to the "charge".
Choose two trees to pick from. $ means that it costs money to make. ! means that there are risks involved.>AI $>Armor $>Beam>Biology>Business $>NanoTech>Power !
>>41528070>AI $>Business $
>>41528136im sorry i'll get that down next thread
Rolled 2 (1d3)Biology-1Power-2Beam-3
Armor Tree (Costs money to integrate):>Hyper-Hydraulics: Use compounded Micro-Actuators to increase armor lifting capabilities to 2 tons. COST: $10,000>Flight Stabilization: Jets on the rim of your boots remove the need for the Jetpack and provide the ability to Jet-Kick. COST: $30,000>Nano-Cloth: Nano-armor that has been reduced in size and increased in wearability by miniaturization. Has the appearance of liquid armor to an untrained eye. COST: $50,000 Effect: Increase maneuverability.>Increased Capacity: Add a slot to an armor piece. COST: $20,000Power Tree (Has Catastrophe Risks to roll over, in which crits do not count):>Cairnsium Circuit: Cairnsium reacts positively to proximity to itself, let's use it! CR:25>Cairnsium Public Use: Cairnsium has been proven to be safe, maybe the city will accept it as a power source. CR:40>Unveiling (TESLA Tech): Reveal Tesla's realized dream to the masses and attempt to integrate it in normal life. CR:30
>>41528305>Unveiling (TESLA Tech): Reveal Tesla's realized dream to the masses and attempt to integrate it in normal life. CR:30>Flight Stabilization: Jets on the rim of your boots remove the need for the Jetpack and provide the ability to Jet-Kick. COST: $30,000
>>41528305>>Flight Stabilization: Jets on the rim of your boots remove the need for the Jetpack and provide the ability to Jet-Kick. COST: $30,000>>Unveiling (TESLA Tech): Reveal Tesla's realized dream to the masses and attempt to integrate it in normal life. CR:30
>>41528305>>Nano-Cloth: Nano-armor that has been reduced in size and increased in wearability by miniaturization. Has the appearance of liquid armor to an untrained eye. COST: $50,000 Effect: Increase maneuverability.>Cairnsium Public Use: Cairnsium has been proven to be safe, maybe the city will accept it as a power source. CR:40
>>41528305>Flight Stabilization: Jets on the rim of your boots remove the need for the Jetpack and provide the ability to Jet-Kick. COST: $30,000>Cairnsium Circuit: Cairnsium reacts positively to proximity to itself, let's use it! CR:25
>>41528365>>Cairnsium Circuit: Cairnsium reacts positively to proximity to itself, let's use it! CR:25I'll change to this.
>>41528305>Unveiling (TESLA Tech): Reveal Tesla's realized dream to the masses and attempt to integrate it in normal life. CR:30>Increased Capacity: Add a slot to an armor piece. COST: $20,000
Flight and TESLA it is, please roll 1d100 for CR.
Rolled 43 (1d100)>>41528455aw shiet nigga
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>41528455come on
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>>41528500phew, made it to the thread just in time it seems.
Rolled 89 (1d100)>>41528500>>41528499>>41528490
do you guys know what this mean if we can modify our suit so we will never run out of power since we can tap into the grid any time
>>41528520We had already passed it anyway
>>41528490That's all we need, as crits don't apply.>Issue 15 is over>My twitter is @xLostCowboyx, next thread Thursday>Post-Thread Question: What do you think makes for a good Scientist Archetype?>>41528520Little bit late actuallyFor the guy who called Ash Wraith, soot is also a thing for wraiths, but you were mildly correct, congrats.
>>41528604>Post-Thread Question: What do you think makes for a good Scientist Archetype?Depends, is it a Heroic scientist? Adventurer scientist? Mad scientist?I honestly think gadgeteers are fun, if you couple that with an excentric personality it's even more fun.Gene Wilder as a mad gadgeteer scientist when?
>>41528700Whatever one you want, I left it vague for that reason. Also, Young Frankenstein is good.
>>41528604im partial to the scatter brain scientist my selfthink peter parker
>>41528739i have 2 questions 1. does that 20 in charisma make Thomas handsome2. was the "meanwhile" about harry seeing as how he killed the Mortician.
>>415289031: I leave Thomas' appearance vague so that players can identify better with him, and it doesn't come up much, just know that he's charming.2: I didn't think that it required interpretation, but to remove doubts, Thomas doesn't know about it, and yes.
>>41528903In my mind it's a cross of young Tony with young Bruce Wayne.
>>41528966sorryyou did the whole Monica needs to talk and its not like a villain hasn't made a mistake about who to target.
>>41529015dear god the women that will throw them selves at Thomas
>>41528966How /fit/ is Thomas at the moment?
>>41529121Normal comics style or normal real life?I still can't wrap my mind around how every one and their mom has a six pack.
>>41529139I go for a rather realistic version of comics, subverting some tropes, using others. But this is the general build he has.