It is not a problem and definately a pleasure to be of help.Thats a nice personality wrinkle for him thanks Libra will add a line or two to include it.
Thanks guys, and thanks for responding to my thread it really spurs me on.
By the way, I can hardly wait to see the products of this expansion, when it gets under way!Oh I will be expanding on Astoman hugely in time to come especially his supporting cast and rogues gallery.
I don't know much about Conspiracy X, in fact, so I may have to do some research.The Greys are actually very much based on my extensive Conspiracy X material and will expand on this with the Saurians and Atlanteans (although im calling them the Immortals).
Fair enough, I'll keep this in mind.I am keeping the big three (Astroman, raven and Lady Amazon) out of the Homage universe's golden age so i don't give myself some continuity problems as I really want them still quite young at campaign start of 1975.
Her attitude probably varies with the Villain, with the most monstrous-looking aggravating the traditional "kill 'em, skin 'em and take the hide as a trophy" impulse, quite possibly inherited from Herakles.global peace is the last thing on her mind, shes a very warlike character with an ancient times mind set, she sees villains as things to be conquered not sent to jail!
I'd suggest that you leave any partners for your players to flesh out, as highly suitable starting PCs!Yes great Idea i'm toying with the idea of having either two or three Lightning's or maybe Kid Lightning as the third and having at least one of them serve on multiple teams at the same time.
Besides, as a Super-Speedster Lightning II can probably work with ALL of those teams, if he really puts his mind to it.
Doubtless even he feels a bit relieved that the old partners in crime-fighting now have their own sources of income, independent of his own from time to time!yes i envisage the birds of prey happened without the Raven's knowledge and consent and he has had to come round to the idea even though he is not happy, really its his own fault for training so many young supers over the years!
I thought that suggesting he actually REJECTED that immoral fortune of his ancestors would help distinguish him from The Raven and the Prideful conception of his own honour that would suggest seems to fit reasonably smoothly with the hauteur suggested by the comment below:He uses his fortune as he sees no difference with that money and the money he puts to good use once he "recovers" it from criminals.
He has got a bit of a feud with Rocket Man and his employer (my Iron Man homage) as he sees that huge company all too often letting weapons technology fall into the hands of those unworthy.
As this is your thread and your setting, I am quite willing to attempt to follow your characterisation if you insist upon it, but I wanted to defend my own interpretation, in case I might persuade you to agree with it.
Well I like it and it never hurts to Try!
By the sound of things the Atlantean throne-room should have a revolving door . . .That's interesting, I have a few groups which could maybe ally with Atlantis especially in its more warlike moments when controlled by Sea-Devil.
Perhaps they're a little like blue-collar cops ... In Space! compared to him then, using starships and blasters, instead of elegant weapons from a more sophisticated era?Oh Star knight IS the one and only true Green Lantern of my universe with the guardians much more a Rom like police force at a much lower power level.
p.s: More to come at a later date!