3742Re: [icons-rpg] Re: ICONS news podcast
- Apr 7, 2012Great ideas, Seamus!
The Homecoming game is actually the backdrop for "The Substitute."
Halloween Ball is actually the "big fall dance" at Hope Prep. That's covered in the adventure named "Halloween Ball" (my creativity knows no bounds). There is a homecoming game that's mentioned in the Freshman Handbook, but we haven't specifically addressed it yet. That's something we'd likely cover in year
I do like the way you're spinning the idea about flashing between parental and student histories. That's a cool idea.
-JohnOn Sat, Apr 7, 2012 at 10:24 AM, Seamus <sotp_seamus@...> wrote:
I'm getting in on this a little late, but have you planned something special for homecoming? I imagine the heroes' parents were a previous group of heroes at Hope Prep. Then the next adventure is a flashback that focuses around the parent heroes. The whole thing can then connect to what the main team is focused on in the present.
Just casting a line. Hope it's useful.> On Sat, Apr 7, 2012 at 9:51 AM, Colin T <colinfit20@...> wrote:
--- In email@example.com, John Dunn <john.dunn@...> wrote:
> All great ideas, Colin! Thanks for sharing them.
> One of the published scenarios bears a bit of a resemblance to one of your
> suggestions (I'd rather not post spoilers here, but shoot me a line
> off-list if you want to know which one).
> > **
> > How about a student is struggling with life at the Academy because their
> > family doesn't realise he/she isn't fitting in and how the PCs handle this
> > they could create either a new supervillain or find someone who can help
> > this student before things explode as the student tries to solve their own
> > situation with potentially fatal results.
> > A Supervillain approaches Hope requesting their help with his/her
> > estranged child who is determined to become a hero to redeem their
> > villainous parent unaware their parent is willing to make amends to protect
> > their child from their former allies and enemies some of whom call
> > themselves heroes but are far from that!
> > The PCs discover a new hero group calling themselves the Elementals gained
> > their powers from a magic ritual cast by a fifth member who they abandoned
> > because they thought she didn't develop powers.
> > However another student has discovered this secret and is targetting them
> > to try and steal their abilities kidnapping them and holding them captive.
> > With precious little evidence to track down the perpetrator the PCs have
> > to persuade the remaining members to reveal their secret as their only hope
> > is the missing fifth member who has kept secret about her power after she
> > was dumped because she was afraid it was their empowerment that caused the
> > situation and unlike them she has the ability to locate the others being a
> > powerful neophyte mage in the Zatanna style except she doesn't speak her
> > spells backwards she simply uses stage magic as part of her spellcasting
> > style!
> > A new supervillain is targetting neophyte hero groups and Hope Academy has
> > been warned, however the villain has a connection with Hope Academy that
> > leads to a dangerous threat to both the school and the students.
> > A teacher at Hope has been replaced by a doppleganger who is working
> > behind the scenes leading to several of the teacher's being kidnapped and
> > the only students who suspect anything are being held in detention which is
> > handy because the school is closed down locking down any of the students in
> > their dormrooms or outside of the facility and the only ones who can do
> > anything have just witnessed their detention teacher kidnapped in front of
> > them, what will they do?
> > Sorry trying to make them as brief as the previous posters did, hope
> > they're clear enough!
> >> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Curt Meyer <curtmeyer@> wrote:
> > > Here's some high school tropes I think you ought to cover:
> > > Unrequited or forbidden love between students;
> > >
> > > Coming out;
> > > Love affair between teacher and student;
> > > Drug use, perhaps introduced into the school by villains;
> > > School Food, maybe made into an amorphous killing machine or given
> > sentience by an alien pathogen or a super science experiment;
> > > villains taking over funding sources to shut down beloved programs, or
> > the entire school;
> > >
> > > And events like class reunions, home coming, UIL competitions and
> > standardized testing of super abilities.
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