We played with Canon characters first to test the system out and then started making our own. Almost immediately we were incredibly confused. The Basic, Advanced, and Ultimate Powers Rules have different rules for character creation (albeit with similar bases). If you use Ultimate Power you can end up with like 7 million powers, and I couldn't determine if that was the intended way to play the game or not. I ended up rolling the below character using a combination of the three books.
I think for our upcoming campaign we'll use the With Great Power point-buy system. Using it, Euclid comes out to a little less than 300 points. I think. I don't know man, I just roll dice.
|Public Identiy||Tommy Zenith|
|Strength||Poor ||Popularity||Shift 0 |
|Endurance||Excellent ||Resources||Poor |
|Extra Eyes||Good |
|Euclid has an extra eye on his forehead, as well as one in each palm. Each eye is
responsible for a specific type of Beam.
|Enhanced Sight||Typical |
|Due to having extra eyes, Euclid is able to notice things Normal people wouldn't. This ability is
currently weak, as he as only discovered his mutant powers.
|Force Beam||Incredible |
|Fired from the forehead.
Limitation: Power cannot inflict less than power rank damage
|Ensnarement Beam||Remarkable |
|Fired from the left hand.
Limitation: Requires left hand be free and uncovered
|Stun Beam||Incredible |
|Fired from right hand.
Limitation: Requires right hand be free and uncovered
|Talents||Thrown Weapons, Acrobatics, Escape Artist|