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Player Characters

The main function of this campaign is a plot-driven story line with character just trying to survive the harsh environment when away from civilization.  At the outset of the campaign, each player will start with one character. All players will roll randomly on the background charts for up to three opportunities to determine which path their character might take. Disadvantages for additional points will also be rolled, but once dice are tossed, the results are final. Humans are highly recommended as Kaldor is not known for its non-human folk; save this for when playing Dungeons and Dragons. Unlike other level based campaigns, a level "floor" is unavailable as skill increases stem from actual game play.

Chingon [Derek]

Human male mutant with superhuman strength, stamina, and durability,

Carlos Tejada lived in the Rio Grande Valley most of his life, one of seven children from Brazilian parents who crossed the United States border illegally. Excelling in sports at an early age, his powers emerged when losing control during an altercation with a local gang. His parents shipped him off to Xavier's School for Gifted Children so he would not be a danger to himself or others. His constant need to prove himself to those around him has provided motivation, but has also resulted in unintended conflict.

Forq [Robert]

Human male mutant with sound manipulation and sound generation

Living on the West Coast of the United States was fun for Chris Runeny, until his powers emerged during a Rage Against the Machine concert. People were hurt, and Chris was sent to the East Coast to help learn to control his powers.

Ms. Majesty [Fritz]

Human female mutant with the power cosmic control

Raised by a single mother who claimed to have had a one-night-stand with the Silver Surfer, Molly Bukoslav joined the Xavier's School for Gifted Children with the goal to learn to control her powers, and perhaps meet her father again one day.

Reboot [Daniel]

Human male mutant with technokinetic transmutation

Arik Angel knows nothing of his past. As a baby, he was left at a Texas orphanage without any information. Connecting more with electronics than people, he learned to master his powers at an early age, escaping his caretakers and living out on his own. He fell into the wrong crowd and became a person of interest for S.H.I.E.L.D. after several crimes, leading to his capture. Given a choice of prison or Xavier's School for Gifted Children, the decision was easy. He still wants his freedom and looks to earn enough good will that Xavier will let him go one day.

"Chingon" by Parker West, "Forq" by DALL-E, "Ms. Majesty" by Alan Monroe, "Reboot" by Amy Donaldson

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