A fan site for the Marvel Heroic Roleplaying Game by Margaret Weis Productions
Here you can find the resources you need to get into playing the Marvel Heroic Roleplaying Game.
Plot Point Tokens: Print out this PDF and purchase clear glass beads that are flat on the bottom, and are about an inch or so across, not the small ones.
Cut out the tokens and rubber cement them to the bottom. You’ll be able to see the tokens through the clear glass. These tokens can then be handed out by the Watcher as necessary during the game.
There are twelve different designs, with symbols from across the Marvel Universe.
SHIELD Letterhead: Click here to download official-looking .doc SHELD letterhead. Add text, change the director’s name, or do anything else you like. You can use this for a variety of purposes.
Marvel Automatic Datafile Generator: Not created by us, but worthy of your attention. The Marvel Automatic Datafile Generator is a coded version of the Random Datafile Generator Margaret Weis Productions released. Now, with a click of the refresh button, you can have millions of characters at your fingertips.
Past/Present Condition Tracker
Here’s another idea. Go to the craft store and buy a bunch of wood 1″ disks. Cut these out (though I may use a 1″ hole punch) and glue one to either side. It means you have to print it twice, but the overall effect will be cool.
That’s a great idea too. I’ll have photos of my Plot Points in action later in the week.
awesome stuff and free! woohoo! keep it up!
I love the plot point tokens. I’ve glued mine back to back so they’re never ‘upside down’.
Now I may be embarassing myself but I can’t identify the second to last symbol; the angular eagle right before Daredevil’s logo. Who’s logo is that? Am I dumb or just old?
That’s the SHIELD logo from the movie universe.
I’ll chalk that up to ‘old’…
At first I thought it was a SHIELD symbol, but then thought it couldn’t be because it was too similar…
I made my PP tokens today. They were mostly successful; the cement caused the ink on the cut outs to run, making the images a bit blurry.
Is the Random Datafile Generator supposed to be editable? When I click, it appears to be a generic mutant datafile, but in plain text on a white background. Not like all the spiffy datafiles around this site.
I was wondering if there was a ressource “book” with stats and all for a 80’s/90’s Marvel setting?
We tend to use candy or goldfish–small snacks of some kind–for plot points. You use the point by eating it. 😀