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Rogues Gallery: Hocus & Pocus (PDF)

Rogues Gallery: Hocus & Pocus (PDF)

Rogues Gallery: Hocus & Pocus (PDF)

Ashley Rahner and Matthew Dickerson found themselves on hard times, and circumstances conspired to lead them to a life of crime. Thanks to their talents as stage magicians, illusionists, and liars, they are particularly well-suited to their new criminal careers.

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Rogues Gallery … villains galore! Each Rogues Gallery entry includes a complete super-villain profile and character sheet with Mutants & Masterminds Third Edition game information. It also includes the villain’s background and various adventure hooks to use the character in your own game. Each entry is illustrated and, as a bonus, includes the villain’s game information in Hero Lab format, so you can import it right into the character management software and use it in your game (or modify it as needed) right away. Where else can you get a super-villain for less than the price of a cup of coffee? It’s positively criminal!

Rogues Gallery: Shatter (PDF)

Rogues Gallery: Shatter (PDF)

Rogues Gallery: Shatter (PDF)

Michael Schepkin gained fame and fortune as a glass artist, but grew tired of his aging human body. Merging old-world superstition and his own spark of creation, he forged himself a new body of glass and fire. His mind damaged and his identity and celebrity lost, Shatter uses his strange new powers to steal the form and fame of others.

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Rogues Gallery … villains galore! Each Rogues Gallery entry includes a complete super-villain profile and character sheet with Mutants & Masterminds Third Edition game information. It also includes the villain’s background and various adventure hooks to use the character in your own game. Each entry is illustrated and, as a bonus, includes the villain’s game information in Hero Lab format, so you can import it right into the character management software and use it in your game (or modify it as needed) right away. Where else can you get a super-villain for less than the price of a cup of coffee? It’s positively criminal!