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RobertReaper wrote:I stated this in the errata area but I'm not sure if this is a mess up or intentional so I'm reiterating here.
At both 11,000 Years Ago and 700 AD it mentions King Arthur and Camelot, is this intentional. If it was another location I would probably not ask but with Camelot there is the possibility of Avalon which would allow for possible immortality or at least longer lifetimes.
Also, under 11,000 years ago, it said that it was a "kingdom" called Camelot ruled by a "king" named Arthur. That could mean, possibly, that it was a different kingdom under a different Arthur, though that would be a bit of a stretch.
Flying Cobra wrote:It is intentional. The first is a reference to Grant Morrison's pre-Christian Camelot that fought the Sheeda (Seven Soldiers), the second is the more commonly known post-Christianity Camelot that birthed Silent Knight, Shining Knight and Etrigan/Jason Blood.
The first is the legend the second was built from.
Superguy wrote:Only had a chance to skim so far but happy with what I'm seeing. Slightly disappointed not to have the DC One Million characters written up, but maybe a talented member of the Think Tank can fix that?
RuleofThree wrote:I snickered at the fact that Terry McGinnis, fully suited up with his high-tech suit with all its bells and whistles... costs exactly the same as an elderly and disabled Bruce Wayne.
HappyDaze wrote:I love the information, but the presentation doesn't thrill me. Too many times the stat blocks chop up the text in unfortunate ways that make reading through the pdf a chore.
BCDX97 wrote:It's weird this book came out in PDF the same week the Marvel RPG died. RIP.
I've always been a DC guy anyway!
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