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Datafiles: Loki, Hero or Villain?

The story of Loki, God of Mischief and son of Asgard by adoption and Jotunheim by blood, has been a twisting tale of nature versus nurture that has seen this trickster take on many forms and roles. His most recent exploits have put him on the side of the gods and as a hero trying to atone for his many, many crimes. Is it all a ruse? Can his reformation be believed or will he simply return to his villainous ways and take the role fate seems to keep placing him in? Your table can decide where he falls in your story.

Trickster God Indeed

3 comments on “Datafiles: Loki, Hero or Villain?

  1. digitaljoed
    January 30, 2015

    Nice build. Shouldn’t the Sorcery power set have a blast and durability power in it to represent magical attacks and defenses? You have the area attack which implies offence but “Sorcery can’t usually inflict stress on its own”.

    • stroupjr
      January 30, 2015

      You raise an excellent point! Good catch. I’m making a subtle edit and reloading it. Take out Area Attack and add an SFX to grant him the ability to use Sorcery Supremacy for defense and attack. Easy way to tweak that without adding to much to clutter the datafile.

  2. Kingpin
    July 13, 2016

    In the “Blood of Jutunheim” Power Set the SFX still call it “Asgardian Might”.

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