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Villains and Hazards for 1001 Arabian Nights

My group (4 players) uses the Supercrew rules for an 1001 Arabian Nights campaign. Below are a couple of typical villains and hazards that I created using BlackSheep’s Villain Points.

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Give me your typical scenes

Supercrew uses a very easy system to write up bad guys, hazards and threats. In the core book and on the fansite can be found write-ups for various hazards and threats, but maybe we can come up with a couple more. And we don’t need to limit ourselves to typical superhero scenes. Why not write up some typical scenes (from various genres)?

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Collapsing Building

It’s the sort of building architects ooh over and engineers wince at.   Built to be light and open, it has a roof supported by a few thin pillars, but mostly appears to be made of glass.   Big glass walls, big glass skylights, big glass doors.   Some struts hanging below the skylights hold the artificial lights for nighttime use, and there are some big automatic blinds that keep the greenhouse effect from getting too harsh during the day.  But mostly it’s glass.   And someone, through shaking, impact, or a perfectly-pitched tone, has managed to put enough cracks in it that it’s going to come down.

Falling Glass 2 (attacks two targets)
[] Loose Wire 4
[] Chandelier Collapse 3 (attacks all targets in range)

[] Razor-Sharp Shards (effect 2)

Toughness 6

Some natural (and not-so-natural) disasters by BabbageCliologic

2: Whirlwind
[_] Pick up and throw 3
[_] Destroy building 3
[_] Down power line 2
Toughness: 6

Multi-Car Wreck
2: Smash!
[_] Flying debris 3
[_] Down power line 2
[_] Explosion! 2
[_] Threatened child/passenger 2
Toughness 5

Doomsday Device by Hafwit

This thing looks like a cross between a parabola and an over-sized howitzer. Created by a truly mad genius, the idea is simply that the weapon (called the Everlasting God-Stopper in a moment of inappropriate levity) will be used to shoot the Creator. If fired it’s more likely to create an uncontrolled dimensional rift, which will most likely tear the Earth apart. Luckily for our implied heroes, it takes some time for the monstrosity to power up.

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