Re: Nightcrawler in Icons
- Thank you for the prompt reply, Cameron. Very enlightening to know why the Teleportation is at level 7. Wall Crawling at 1 means he could only stick to some surfaces, but not on slippery ones, I suppose...
At the end of this analysis, what I noticed is that I'm always craving for benchmarks to fully understand the scope of powers in Icons... (a recurring theme for me).
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Cameron Mount <cameron.a.mount@...> wrote:
> I made the 45 point version, and based on the version at the Marvel
> Wikia.<http://marvel.wikia.com/Kurt_Wagner_(Earth-616)> I
> tried to make it as close to what I've seen him do as possible, and I don't
> really remember his wall-crawling coming into play enough to need it much
> higher than a 1. I picked Teleportation 7 because he doesn't need to roll
> at all to determine if he is disoriented, as I don't every remember Kurt
> having that issue.. If the power level was lower than that, he'd have to
> roll a power test every time he "BAMF"ed and that's not Nightcrawler to me.
> But obviously, since that's one I created, I'm biased towards my
> On Sat, Apr 14, 2012 at 21:39, Fabricio <fabfranco@...> wrote:
> > **
> > Hello there,
> > I know that many of you don't really like comic book characters'
> > conversions to Icons (or so I have surmised). But I was observing the three
> > available versions of Nightcrawler which has been made using Icons, all of
> > them with contradictory power levels. One, presented at Icons Wiki
> > (45-points version), states that his Teleportation is 7 and Wall Crawling
> > is 1. The other, found at the Characters section of this group, displays
> > his Teleportation at level 6 and Wall Crawling at level 8. The third
> > version, from the file Marvel Super Hero Codex for Icons, also available
> > from this group, says that Nightcrawler's Teleportation is 1 and says
> > nothing about his Wall Crawling ability.
> > Which of these three is the closest to the comic book character?
> > Fabrício