Media [Masks: A New Generation] Monthly Masks: The Outcasts

MalyNym

Villager
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Art by TheArtsyGoob: The Artsy Goob's Sites

Monthly Masks: The Outcasts is a live play using the Masks: A New Generation ruleset. As the title suggests, it will be a once a month game, streamed on Twitch, then uploaded to YouTube.

Let's meet the team!


Lady Belvoir as
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The Artsy Goob as
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Zom Danni as
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Ruby the Lazy Goblin as
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The Gremlin's bio raises an interesting point. In a supers setting, does suddenly gaining powers or having your roomie turn out to be a supervillain or being kidnapped by alien spacegods get schools to cut you some slack the way real-world traumas generally do, or does the fact that those sort of things happen so often act to reduce the level of sympathy you get?

"Young man-thing, if I gave every student a chance to re-take their final exam just because they were out saving the world I'd never get done grading these tests. No excuses. Real heroes find a way to meet their responsibilities while dealing with unexpected crises."
 

MalyNym

Villager
The Gremlin's bio raises an interesting point. In a supers setting, does suddenly gaining powers or having your roomie turn out to be a supervillain or being kidnapped by alien spacegods get schools to cut you some slack the way real-world traumas generally do, or does the fact that those sort of things happen so often act to reduce the level of sympathy you get?

"Young man-thing, if I gave every student a chance to re-take their final exam just because they were out saving the world I'd never get done grading these tests. No excuses. Real heroes find a way to meet their responsibilities while dealing with unexpected crises."
Ha, you bring up a good point. Will have to think about that XD
 


Ha, you bring up a good point. Will have to think about that XD
An origin story where your roomie secretly lets a bunch of radioactive centipedes loose in your dorm room to give you superpowers and get himself a guaranteed pass for the semester thanks to the "sudden trauma clause" would be amusing. The narrative demands it has to backfire and get him bitten too, giving you a rival right from word one - as if the adult villain the Mighty Millipede* wasn't nemesis enough already since he thinks you're ripping off his schtick. :)

*The Millipede debuted in Crime Exterminator #47 in the classic story "Evil Walks On A Thousand Feet" - your editor
 

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