Thanks for taking the time to read my Roll Call thread! I spend far too much time writing characters for a game that I don't play nearly often enough, so I figured that I would at least post them here so that others could take a look. (I guess I should say mostly original.)
Current Campaign PCs - Rise of N.E.M.E.S.I.S
One of two concurrently running campaigns, this one is centered on the players acting as villain sidekicks under the tutelage of one member of N.E.M.E.S.I.S.
Dune, sidekick to Zephyr
Flinch, sidekick to Nevermore
Treezy-E, sidekick to Totem
Current Campaign PCs - The Squad
The other campaign I'm currently running, this is a new super team that has assembled in Seattle and is trying to make a name for themselves.
Retired Campaign PCs
Formerly ran a text-based campaign set in New York. Here are the PCs for that game.
Task Force One (Heroes)
Task Force One is a secret government team that was assembled in New York City as a trial of a government funded super team that is used to combat the rise of super-powered villains. Based on their success/failure, the government will be determining whether to expand the program nation wide.
Warden Industries (Villain Group)
A respected bio-technology company, Warden Industries is using their public face as a front to recruit and equip super villains with the end goal of world domination.
Super Six (Hero Group)
The world's first privately-funded super-team, the Super Six have existed since the Incident that resulted in the influx of meta-humans. The group is always made up of six members. If one dies/retires/quits, the rest of the group seeks out potential new candidates to join the team.
N.E.M.E.S.I.S (Villain Group)
Earth's premier villain group, Next Evolution of Mankind Exploiting Scientific Improvement of Sapiens (N.E.M.E.S.I.S) are a global organization of villains. They are headquartered out of a base on an island in the Pacific Ocean and use their considerable monetary and political resources to keep themselves from being constantly assaulted by the world's heroes. As they are more concerned with gaining power and less with destruction, they have not yet made themselves public enemy number one. They do hold themselves to a higher standard and are self-policing, and any prospective members are thoroughly vetted by the most senior members of the organization.
Heroes Ink (Hero Team)
A teen super-team that has recently formed in Madison, Wisconsin. They have a YouTube channel that details their exploits.
Princess Doom Gravity
Characters Without a Group
Captain Prime (Hero)
Professor Beeswax (Hero)
Setmose (Villain, created as a challenge to craft a character from a template)
In an alternate reality where the Legacy Virus ran rampant, wiping out the mutant race, respected geneticist Nathan Essex managed to save the genetic markers of several of that world's most notable mutant heroes (and couples) in the hopes of reintroducing them should a cure be found. With the Legacy Virus finally purged from the world he was able to genetically engineer five children. These children grew up learning about their parents and their exploits and together they decided to train like them, becoming examples for any new mutants that may arise.
Warren Worthington IV