Uncanny Ultimate X-Men (530) Issue #1.   Posted by Professor X.Group: 0
Professor X
 NPC, 2 posts
Fri 22 Mar 2013
at 05:11
Uncanny Ultimate X-Men (530) Issue #1
It about 8 am, Wednesday morning on March 20th, 2013.
Professor Xavier rolls into the class room and sees his students are already here waiting in the Library, one of the few rooms upstairs undamaged by the earlier attack on Xavier's childhood home.
 "Good morning my students, who remembers what we were talking about before Monday's most troubling events?" He asks.



Feel free to describe what your wearing, your demeanor in class and where your sitting.
Scene #1- Action
Doom Pool 2d6
Business as Usual
Battle Damaged Halls
Summer Heat


Complications; Previous day's lessons d6. Egyptian Deities d10.

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Cupid
 NPC, 3 posts
Fri 22 Mar 2013
at 05:16
Re: Uncanny Ultimate X-Men (530) Issue #1
Helen's hand shoots into the air. Sitting beside Eric she is in a tan skirt and orange t-shirt. The Professor smiles and nods for her to answer.
 "We were talking about the Pyramids in Egypt, Professor." she said excitedly. Helen loved Egyptian Hieroglyphs.

Rolling her d8 team and the d8 business as usual distinction
22:20, Today: Cupid rolled 15 using 2d8, unique dice. Answering Question.
 15 effect d4
Rolling the 2d6 doom pool
22:22, Today: Watcher rolled 6 using 2d6, unique dice with rolls of 2,4.
6 effect d4
Helen's effect steps up to d6. She has the right answer.

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Professor X
 NPC, 3 posts
Fri 22 Mar 2013
at 05:18
Re: Uncanny Ultimate X-Men (530) Issue #1
"Very good, Ms. Valentine. Now, who can tell me what the Pyramids were built for?" a moment passed before Eric Hunter raised his hand.

Helen knocks down the Previous day's Lesson complication down to d4.

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Dreadnought
 NPC, 2 posts
Fri 22 Mar 2013
at 05:28
Re: Uncanny Ultimate X-Men (530) Issue #1
Despite the heat, Eric wore his usual blue jeans and white shirt. A Rolling Stones logo on the chest."They were Tombs for the Pharaohs, Kings of Egypt." Eric's voice, distorted by his mask, answered.

Rolling his d8 team and d8 business as usual
22:26, Today: Dreadnought rolled 3 using 2d8, unique dice with rolls of 2,1
2 effect 44,
the doom pool is 2d6
22:27, Today: Watcher rolled 5 using 2d6, unique dice with rolls of 4,1.
4 effect d4
Eric fails.

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Professor X
 NPC, 4 posts
Fri 22 Mar 2013
at 05:30
Re: Uncanny Ultimate X-Men (530) Issue #1
"An overly simple answer, Mr. Hunter. I expect better from all of you." the Professor scolded. "Who can give me a more detailed answer?"

Dread gets 1pp and the doom pool grows to 3d6. There's an opportunity for anyone who'd like it. Armstrong is next.

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Armstrong
 player, 4 posts
Fri 22 Mar 2013
at 06:21
Re: Uncanny Ultimate X-Men (530) Issue #1
Tiberius sat at he head of the class, as was the norm. He had blue denim shorts on and a white tee shirt that had a picture of Nikola Tesla. Underneath the portrait said "Tesla is my Homeboy. TK looked around the room to see if anyone else was going to raise their hand, after a few seconds, he timidly grabbed the Professor's attention. "One theory is that they were constructed as a sort of resurrection machine. The Egyptians also believed it to launch the Pharaoh's soul into the heavens..."


Rolling his d6 Team, d8 Blinded me with Science and d6 Science specialty, attempting to muster the courage to speak up and attack the complication
23:15, Today: Armstrong rolled 5,5 using 2d6,d8, unique dice with rolls of 3,2,5. 8e6
Rolling the Doom pool of 3d6
23:18, Today: Armstrong rolled 1,5,5 using d6,d6,d6, unique dice with rolls of 1,5,5. 5e6

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Professor X
 NPC, 5 posts
Fri 22 Mar 2013
at 06:33
Re: Uncanny Ultimate X-Men (530) Issue #1
"As always, Mr. Owens, your answer is enlightening. I see you've already read the information I sent along to you." he turned his wheel chair to write on the black board. Three names; Anubis, Set, Ra. "Who can tell me what these names represented?"

TK removes the complication; Previous day's lesson.

This message was last edited by the player at 07:48, Fri 22 Mar 2013.