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    Elements of Ruin: The Challengers $0.00
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    Elements of Ruin: The Challengers
    Publisher: Vigilance Press
    by Olivier M. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 02/29/2016 12:52:30

    I was reading this again and just did a double take when I noticed it said it was a FREE release. Really? I never had to pay for this?! But they're such high quality characters! Vigilance Press really has a knack with creating interesting heroes and villains that remind you of common archetypes but always add a little something new, both in personality or design and in the mechanics (with interesting use of Effects to represent some uncommon powers).



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    Elements of Ruin: The Challengers
    Publisher: Vigilance Press
    by Dan N. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 01/03/2015 14:54:39

    This product is definitely a lot better than you might imagine you would get for free, and I might go so far as to say about the best product of the this type imaginable at any price. These superheroes are grounded in the familiar (powered armor, elemental control, etc.) but each have a unique spin. They are the sort of thing I could not only imagine seeing in a real comic but also taking the stories in new and interesting directions. Besides just explaining their powers and leaving it at that, each has art that gives a sense of character and style, as well as instructions on the kinds of people they would associate with in a campaign and how they might react to situations. There are also hints on adapting them to be villains. Highly recommended.



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