Thursday, June 04, 2009


Everyone loves them but have you payed them? heres a character I came up to play with for a forth coming Heros role playing campaign. It a d6 system ( which I have issues with) but it'll be fun none the less to let BARRIER kick some ass using his ability to manipulate Kinetic energy.

So bring it on super villains!

Mandrews out!


Blogger George Cwirko-Godycki said...

that guy looks tough. i hope you draw him some more

3:53 AM  
Blogger Sant Arellano said...

Didn't you said that playing superhero themed campaigns wasn't a good idea? It sounds cool, but my guess is that it's harder to handle characters that can be famous public figures and have great amazing powers from the beginning...

Question, do you prefer campaigns whose story takes place in just one location, for example a city that you continuously protect as a superhero and you get to know it from the ground up or be a part of a wandering troupe that goes from place to place?

Take care, keep posting awesome stuff!!


9:24 AM  
Blogger Dave said...

Your character looks awesome!

10:51 AM  
Blogger Ev said...

Correction, it wasn't d6 it was Savage Worlds and it was awesome! Good game man.

5:39 PM  
Blogger Ryan said...

Wow... nice design! I miss RPGs... where does one find a group for that these days? If you need more players, I'm your man!

10:10 AM  
Blogger MANDREWS said...

George----- perhaps, perhaps. Gotta get him in some action first!

Sant----- Superhero campaigns are not a good Idea I've run them. But I am playing this time and just for the heck of it. Its going well so far. Problem is always with powers and limits to powers, the more limited the less super you are the less limited the more anything goes so its hard to strike a balance. And its a new system I haven't played, new GM, its all a test drive.

Nope I prefer campaigns that are open ended, anything can happen as long as the world is thought out and is consistent. Some cyber punk campaigns are cool its a one local kind of setting but you kind of get that in genre games like a pirates or viking or western or martial arts campaign. the genre acts like a setting. it doesnt change. I guess fantasy is like that too.

Dave----- thanks man

Ev----- thats right savage world several dice yeah yeah! My bad

Ryan----- Oh they are not hard to find. Lots of stuff going on it seems. I'll check and see if we can add one more!

Mandrews out

7:39 PM  
Blogger Ryan Jones said...

Thanks, Mark! I haven't RPed in 3 years but loved it back in the day! How'd you find the group? Are there sites for connecting with others? Definitely let me know if there's room for more players!


11:19 PM  
Blogger Dave Chlystek said...

Enjoy the chest emblem, very "Havocish".

5:36 PM  
Blogger jacks said...

nice drawing sir!

7:14 PM  
Blogger vspieles said...

Hey Mark.

You probably won't remember me, but I was one of the lucky squires at The Table Massive (Dave, Lars, Stu, Sadie, Bryan and Mark at the head of the table) at CalArts your senior year. Kid with the Doc Martens with orange shoe laces, long hair, roommates with Tony Suraino, took you out in the dart gun war. Still miss Vincenzo's Pizza.

Let your RPG bodies know they can find players, gaming groups, games and campaigns in their town on Pen and Paper Games.

Looking forward to seeing that Southern gentleman and his tall green friend you might be working on. They couldn't have found a better man for the project.

Loved the Tales of Colossus book especially the twist at the end.


8:14 PM  
Blogger Ryan Jones said...

So how'd he work out, Mark?

12:07 AM  
Blogger Gabriele Pasqualino said...

AH! I found your blog! :P
Awesome character!

4:30 PM  
Blogger Don Coker said...

Cool character studies! Enjoy your blog.

11:10 AM  
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