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    Strand - AoV Solo (M&M3e) $0.99
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    Strand - AoV Solo (M&M3e)
    Publisher: Xion Studios
    by Jae C. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 03/02/2013 06:04:05

    At first glance Strand comes across as Medusa of the Inhumans - prehensile hair etc. However AoV has put their own twist on this character and made this a very useful addition to their universe and I can really see this character on the coast of Monte Carlo or engineering a jewel robbery from a private bank vault in Switzerland. This is obviously a company that tries very hard to both respect its customers and provide value for money and I can't wait to see more...



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    Strand - AoV Solo (M&M3e)
    Publisher: Xion Studios
    by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
    Date Added: 02/28/2013 04:17:29

    Here's a novel villain to add to your game... and one whose modus operandi will have people puzzled until they figure it out.

    You see, she has prehensile hair that is under her complete control. It's strong (capable of lifting up to 10 tons) and extendable at will to a couple of hundred feet or more... it can grab, hit, you name it... Now there's something to contemplate: what clues would be left behind for CSI techs to analyse after she's broken in and robbed somewhere? And does she ever go to the hairdressers? That could prove a whole adventure in itself.

    Complete with a detailed background that explains her powers and her decision to lead a life of crime, Strand fits in well with the overarching picture being painted by the 'Acts of Villainy' series. A rather thin adventure idea is included, but there is plenty of potential from the backstory particularly if you enjoy the political aspects of the growing number of super-powered individuals in the alternate reality, be they criminals, vigilantes or operating within conventional law enforcement... or just trying to make a living within normal society.

    An unusual and quite intriguing character, possibly a bit silly at first glance but capable of quite a bit of depth when you start thinking about how to use her - but I don't want to meet her on a bad hair day!



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