StarFall: Silver Arrow #7: Myths and Legends
pwerdna at gmail.com
Fri Oct 28 18:50:09 PDT 2011
On Thu, 27 Oct 2011 23:37:45 +0000 (UTC), Phantasm wrote:
> Woot! Comments!
> On Oct 27, 5:39 pm, Andrew Perron <pwer... at gmail.com> wrote:
>> It's a good thing you two live in a superhero universe, because that's
>> far too sensible for the real world.
> I know! In the real world, Hugh would have been unmasked the moment
> he was brought in, his identity leaked to the press, and his parents
> hounded and likely shot at even before they got to the hospital!
Eh, I can buy a world where superhero identity protection is a law. But a
world where making a reasonable point can bypass bureaucracy? That's just
>> You know, they tried to retcon this in for Green Arrow in the
>> mid-90s. It would have sucked there, but it works perfectly here.
> That was part of my inspiration, true. I only read a few of the
> mid-90s Green Arrow - mostly the Connor Hawke stuff, which was fun -
> so I can't claim it was full inspiration. In Hugh's case, however,
> when I originally created the character for the super-hero RPG, I
> explicitly stated that he was a minor unconscious teek.
Ahhhhh, very nice. RPGs tend to create a lot of fodder for this kind of
thing (as Dave can attest).
>>> "Roughly twenty egons of psionic power," Jeff stated.
> Glad someone gets the reference. ;)
Oh, like there's anyone who won't get Ghostbusters. <3
>>> Opening the door, they filed inside ... and immediately felt as if
>>> time was dragging.
>> ...what does that feel like?
> It's hard to say. How does Lagneto's ability to lag someone feel
> like? Same basic approach, although TT can't slow down a fall like
> Lagneto can.
Hmmmmmmmm. I'm flashing back to being six and Mom taking me clothes
> Gotta end the fight on a positive note. And hey, it's in character
> for the classic Robin Hood; at least, when portrayed by someone who
> can actually *speak* with an English accent! ... I should have had
> Hugh comment on that, but I was busy trying to get the Olde English
I noticed that it was was Quite Goode.
>> Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, *pokes Robin for Spellbinder #4*
> I've been poking him for that for several weeks now. What was going
> to fit into one issue turned into three, so I'm helping him hammer out
> a few details.
Ahhhhhhhhh, I know that one.
> Oh, and in other news, I might have recruited another writer, if she
> manages to get something up. She took an interest in the reference to
> the Tesla Institute for Exploratory Sciences and Engineering in the
> setting document; _Tales From the Tesla Institute_ may come out this
> year. I hope.
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, not gonna say we need more girls,
'cause that would be kinda sexist, but we totally need more girls.
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