Wednesday, January 14, 2009

A little something new for the BG Blog Fans

The Baron was kind enough to let me in to the BGs Blog to post a recent game using SuperSystem. I try to do various six-game story arcs using some familiar comic themes. Prizes for Best Hero, Villain and Player are always awarded based on objectives reached each game. Anyway, below is from the 2nd game in the latest story arc, "Guardians of Legend". I generally write pre-and post-battle reports so you've got the post report for the 2nd game. Enjoy, and thanks Baron.

"The mountain is secure, sir," said a voice over the radio. "No signs of other hostiles."

"Very good, sargeant," answered Rick Furious, Agent of B.A.D.G.E. "Set up your perimeter and await further orders."

"Yes, sir."

Rick Furious surveyed the damage made in the assault on the Omega Mountain base. Although the Guardians, with the help of B.A.D.G.E., were able to take the old Syndicate hide-out, the Mechanic and a number of villains were able to make their way through the mountain's transporter. Mysteria, the Guardian's resident mystic, and B.A.D.G.E. were working overtime to figure out where they went. Meanwhile, both the Hellion and Dr. Mechano were being loaded up for incarceration. Hopefully they could be held a little longer than last time. Furious was lost in thought when a surprised voice broke the silence.

"No, it can't be," said the voice that Furious traced to Mysteria.

"What is it?" asked Furious. "Where did they go?"

"To a place I thought long since vanished," said Mysteria. "A place of legend. A place called..."

"Asgard? Asgard?!?" a now nearly panicked Mr. X asked after surveying his unfamiliar surroundings. "Quit making s&*t up and tell us where we are."

"Calm yourself, my friend," the confident Mechanic replied. "We are at the home of the Norse Gods, a place that inspired the Vikings to push across the Atlantic and pillage half of Europe...and will provide us with the power to destroy the Guardians and rule the world."

"So what happened here," asked Mastermind, unable to look into the Mechanic's mind for the answer.

"Ragnarrok, of course," said the Mechanic, matter-of-factly. "Oh, yes, the myths were true. Ragnarrok did occur, but only here. Nothing left but rubble...and a few things that we will find useful. But enough. My plan is working to perfection and now that we're here we can bring others to help find what we've come here for."

With that, the Mechanic pulled out a small control pad and soon additional figures began to appear...

Over the top? Of course but it made Stan Lee more money then you and I will probably ever see.

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