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Author Topic: Urban Legend: A Mutants & Masterminds Setting  (Read 907 times)

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Urban Legend: A Mutants & Masterminds Setting
« on: March 01, 2006, 12:34:58 AM »
Here is the link for the wiki for my upcoming Mutants & Masterminds Campaign, entitled: Urban Legend: Prelude to Dark Decade

It is set in 1977 New York City, where powers are "emergent" and "superheroes" and assorted nasties are "urban legends" that "legitimate" newspapers don't report on.  

It is set-up to have a horror superhero comic feel taking a cue from both mainstream things like Ghost Rider and the Defenders and other things like the old Creepy and Eerie and Vampirella comic magazines.

I am looking for comments and feedback and any other ideas. The info on the PCs is slow in coming, but the game has not started yet (scheduled for first week of April).

Thanks.
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