captainuniverse wrote:Sounds fascinating. I've mentioned before that I used to play Classic Marvel RPG. I would be interested in that. Would you assign characters or would we have to generate our own? I used to be a Judge but I prefer playing to Judging.
assign characters. What fun is that? You'd have the option of playing established Marvel personalities or instead creating your own.
I'd suggest striking a balance between 'fully actualized' and 'room for growth,' but that's entirely up to you. In my opinion, since most characters have been written by a figurative legion of writers over the years, it's entirely legitimate to say, "I want to play Captain America." You would be, for all intents and purposes, writing him, after all. On the other hand, if you decide that Cap's going to become a womanizing, drunken Chinese double agent, I'll probably pull the plug on your creative portrayal before you can say, "Malfunctioning LMD."
This world has taken a somewhat different turn than the mainstream reality, Marvel-616. A number of heroes you've grown to know and love are dead, never to return, since I don't, as a rule, resurrect the fallen, as does 616—though it's not entirely
unheard of. Some villains have also departed the mortal plane, and quite a few never existed.
I'm certainly willing to begin a thread explaining some of the more apparent differences between Marvel-616 and Marvel-1776, if anyone's interested.
There's a difference between thinking Brie Larson should consider her words with more care because some of her rhetoric is ill-timed and badly-aimed ... and wanting her to be silent because women should conform to your behavioral standards, then hating on Captain Marvel. One might mark you a curmudgeon; the other brands you a misogynist.