You'll find a lot of people talking about what they've done to keep themselves sane during the lockdown. Some people have cleaned their houses from top to bottom, some have started making craft products or learned how to bake. I have done none of those things. Instead, I doubled down on my rampant denial of reality and looked to find a way to fully ensconse myself in some kind of fantasy world.
Batman might be one of the most infamous heroes of the DC comics universe, skilled and strong enough to take on all comers, but he's only one man. Like all great crusaders, the Dark Knight needed a squire; a role is filled by Robin. While several heroes have worn that mantle over the years, this particular build will focus on Dick Grayson; the first Robin who grew into the hero Nightwing.
It seems like the love for sports is ingrained in the human DNA. Even if you do not play any sport at all, you will likely have at least one recreation that you would want to follow on the TV or even in live matches. There is just this sheer joy whenever your favorite team wins.
Perhaps the most famous superhero of all time (and certainly the one with the biggest number of film adaptations under his utility belt) is Batman. A stand-out in the DC universe, Batman has no superpowers barring his colossal wealth and indomitable willpower, but he doesn't let that stop him from taking on challenges ranging from street gangs, to homicidal clowns, to alien invasions. For those who want to bring a touch of the Dark Knight into a Pathfinder game it's actually a lot easier than you might think.
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Of all the enemies Batman has faced down, none have tested his mettle, his endurance, and his sanity the way the Joker has. The murderous maniac seemed to step fully-formed from the darkest part of the caped crusader's own psyche, transcending the line between a mortal ally, and a force of pure madness that must be contained. Behind the facade of the Clown Prince of Crime, though, is the Joker really as mad as we think he is? Or is there a method to even the most ridiculous and dangerous of his ploys and plans? If you'd like to answer some of those questions at your Pathfinder table, here's a guide to help you get started.
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The Huntress has gone through a lot of changes over the years. The name and persona were originally assigned to Helena Wayne, the daughter of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle (alias Batman and Catwoman). When her mother died, Helena donned a costume of her own, and used the skills her parents taught her to find the man responsible, and bring him to justice. In alternative stories the mantle was worn by Helena Bertinelli, a mafia daughter who vows bloody vengeance when her whole family is wiped out by a rival gang. Both versions are swift, deadly, and precise. Both versions have been woven in and out of the Bat-family, which makes her a snug fit into this Gotham Knights character build series.
James Gordon is one of the oldest supporting characters in the Batman universe. Debuted in Detective Comics #27, Gordon is one of the first members of the cast to be introduced. He's gone through almost as many changes as the caped crusader himself, but for this particular version we're going to use the version of Jim Gordon created by Frank Miller in Batman: Year One. This version of Jim Gordon was pressured out of the Chicago Police Department because he brought down two dirty cops, and he's recently become a detective in Gotham. Driven, hard-as-nails, and a veteran of the military, this Gordon is uncompromising in his desire to clean up his new home town.
In a game of Dungeons and Dragons, almost anything goes. You want to set someone’s house on fire because they ripped you off in a potion sale? Go for it! You want to give all your gold and worldly possessions to a little orphan child? Sure! You want to deface an ancient temple and lead its acolytes on a wild goose chase trying to capture you? Sounds fun! If you can think of it and roll well enough to accomplish it, you can do pretty much whatever you want.
Especially in the days of quarantine, having entertainment is important. By now, you’ve probably watched all the shows you’ve had in queue and are pretty sick of just staring at coronavirus memes and news on your social media feeds. I know all that screen time has started to affect my eyes, so I thought now was the perfect time for a new edition of Fun Time Without Screen Time.