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And now here we are.... trying to figure out a way to deal with our own Voldemort. (Code named because to name him is to summon him, and once is enough, thank you very much.) His power has been supercharged, since he's broadcast his name and image all over the planet, and everyone's terrified. I think we need a way to cut him off from all that fear, isolate him.... and we need to find his family, since they might have a way to deal with him. Off to research again....
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Let's do the Time Warp
(not!)

We hit the ground rolling, and I have very little idea where we've ended up or what we're meant to be doing.

All I really know for sure is that we are back at the dawn of the modern superhero age, trying to stop Boone from stopping the emergence of the very first of our kind. Which so far has been a whirlwind tour of "Who's Who," the metahuman version, making me wonder who else we have met on this boat that will turn out to have been a superhero -- or villian.

Magni. for starters. In the circles I used to run with, all the women will warn you -- never work with Magni. He makes the MRA circles that creep around the dark corners of the internet spouting misogynist poison sound reasonably tolerant and relationship-ready. Lucky me, I got to experience first hand his hateful, creepy, woman-hating self at pretty much the moment of his emergence.

Then, still reeling from that encounter, we get Century himself. The HERO. He's so young, and so... alive. And so good. Willing to give anyone the benefit of the doubt. Believing in the possibility that with enough time and enough positive reinforcement and enough chances to do better, we can all do better. And Corvax, his cynical, pessimistic opposite.

And Bane.

Like I said, a lot of celebrity names here, and it's a bit overwhelming.
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Let's do the Time Warp
(not!)

We hit the ground rolling, and I have very little idea where we've ended up or what we're meant to be doing.

All I really know for sure is that we are back at the dawn of the modern superhero age, trying to stop Boone from stopping the emergence of the very first of our kind. Which so far has been a whirlwind tour of "Who's Who," the metahuman version, making me wonder who else we have met on this boat that will turn out to have been a superhero -- or villian.

Magni. for starters. In the circles I used to run with, all the women will warn you -- never work with Magni. He makes the MRA circles that creep around the dark corners of the internet spouting misogynist poison sound reasonably tolerant and relationship-ready. Lucky me, I got to experience first hand his hateful, creepy, woman-hating self at pretty much the moment of his emergence.

Then, still reeling from that encounter, we get Century himself. The HERO. He's so young, and so... alive. And so good. Willing to give anyone the benefit of the doubt. Believing in the possibility that with enough time and enough positive reinforcement and enough chances to do better, we can all do better. And Corvax, his cynical, pessimistic opposite.

And Bane.

Like I said, a lot of celebrity names here, and it's a bit overwhelming.
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Hey! We're on a cruise! ...
Hey! We're on a cruise!

In 2005.

A cruise that is soon to turn into a disaster....

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That was interesting....
Never had anyone take control of a projection before. It was pretty scary, really. I don't think I like it.

The whole thing was pretty scary, really. We defeated Apex, and our plan worked pretty well, if unexpectedly fast. But now we have this "Affrighter" to deal with? and that sounds unpleasant.


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