"ProteX" is a Marvel Super Heroes campaign run in 1994 with cast members of the outdoor musical Texas and played in Canyon, TX.

Campaign Setting

In the Marvel Universe, mutants are humans who are born with natural superhuman abilities, and most normal humans fear and hate them. The X-Men are a paramilitary group of mutants that fights for peace and equality between normal humans and mutants. They are led by Charles Xavier, also known as Professor X, a powerful telepath. Professor X runs a school for mutant children out of his mansion in Westchester, New York, which secretly is also the headquarters of the X-Men. The X-Men's archenemy is Magneto, a mutant with magnetic abilities who leads a mutant supremacist group known as the Brotherhood of Mutants.

Player Characters

The design of this campaign is plot-based. 

Important NPCs

Most of the NPCs encountered in this campaign are mutants.

Episode Guide

Each weekend the players assembled to play what has been designated as an episode. 

Places of Note

The adventures of ProteX occur in the general vicinity of most Marvel comics stories: the northeastern part of the United States.

Rules and Redundancy

The main goal of the campaign is to have fun. Unfortunately, there are times when rules can come into conflict when players are attempting to achieve their goals. House Rules allowed for situations like these to be mitigated when there was insufficient information to deal with specific encounters.

Weapons Locker

Core rule books contain a plethora of melee and ranged weapons for the players to choose from. However, there are times when the characters encounter weapons and items of power that go beyond the scope of what is readily available for purchase. Herein lies an inventory of non-standard items encountered throughout the campaign, from the mundane to the spectacular.

ProteX by Tawhid Ahmed Shoriful, Important NPCs montage (Ayya Saparniyazova, Alonso Espinoza, Yvan Quinet, Rita Zhirkova, Darko Babovic, Meguro Bonin, Javier Orabich, Kris Anka, Rosangela Arreaza), Places of Note by Edwin Christopher

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