Today I’d like to point your attention to my friend James Dawsey‘s Vigilance Press and his Rogues, Rivals & Renegades series. It’s an ever-increasing selection of villains and other characters for use in any Mutants & Masterminds (3rd Ed) campaign, featuring great design, art, graphics, and writing.
Let’s look at the latest entry –
The Birdman of Beacon City… Black Heron!
A Power Level 8 Rogue, Black Heron is ready to cause trouble in your next Mutants and Masterminds campaign.
Some heroes just attract the weirdest bad guys… and Black Heron works perfectly as a foil for such heroes! Struggling to earn the respect (or even just the attention) of the world at large, Black Heron will go to any lengths to be seen battling your heroes. His ambitions may frequently outstrip his capabilities, but that doesn’t mean he can’t make life more complicated for even the most skilled superheroes!
Welcome to Rogues, Rivals & Renegades. Each entry in the series is designed as a villain, a potential ally with complications, or an outsider who might help the PCs one day and be at odds with them another. Each character has the potential to become a mainstay of your campaign!
Rogues, Rivals & Renegades are presented as files from a meta-human monitoring agency called METAs, with a loose frame story connecting them to Vigilance Press‘s ownBeacon City setting. They are designed to drop into any setting with minimal effort, however, and the METAs commentary is written to give you a better picture of each character’s personality and threat level. Each issue gives you a background for the character, commentary by METAs agents, a standee to print and play with, and the Hero Labfile for the character!
Authored by Jack Norris with full color art by Alex Williamson and Dionysia Jones, and layout by Ruben Byrd. Designed for the Mutants and Masterminds Third Edition Roleplaying game.