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    Structure 3 is the kudos-winning play-by-email GURPS Supers (4th Edition) roleplaying campaign, created and GameMastered by David Seagraves.


    The setting is Austin, Texas in the year 2000 -- a world very similar to our own, except that superpowers exist and thousands of people have gained powers!


    But all countries have outlawed paranormal abilities and the people who possess them.   In the US, people found possessing powers and caught are permanently incarcerated (and in some cases sedated indefinitely).   Supervillains are empowered by this and commit spectacular crimes, while the remaining superheroes try to bring them to justice; all supers avoiding the authorities whenever possible.   The players' superpowered characters try to survive and thrive in a world that fears and hates them.


    Pictured is Jessica "Scorpion" Munroe -- an elusive multi-talented 15-year old superheroine. Her "costume" is a catsuit; black with many straight thin poison-green lines running across it. Her liquid-metal-derived powers include innate toughness, invisibility, and multiple attack modes.


    Helping her are Hombre (mechanic with electricity control and super speed), Metallic Man (superhero with telekinetic control over metals), Python (shape-changing martial artist), and Grav (gravity controller).


    Join the group and check out the Structure Campaign Players' Guide in the Files section on the left side of this page to learn more, and email me at daveseagraves@yahoo.com if you'd like to play.


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  • 15
  • Individual Games
  • Sep 17, 2010
  • English

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