Marvel RPG Week Day Two: Generation

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  1. mxyzplk says:

    I agree that random chargen can be a lot of fun. I made up a set of random character and power generation tables for M&M 1e, maybe I’ll dust them off and post them.

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  2. Tommi says:

    Random chargen is an essential option if you want to get a quick game going and not all players have ready characters within their headspace.

  3. Greywulf says:

    @mxyzplk Yes please! I’d love to see those.

    @Tommi Absolutely. Pre-generate a bunch of randoms and you’ve got a game ready to be played. Pick one as the protagonist, choose a setting and you’re all set. That’s pretty much how we did it for a lot of old Marvel games back in the distant past.

  4. Nice link to the character generator, and great post.

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