A New Age


Game details

    • Game is closed for registration
    • Age range: 17 to 45
    • Player seats: 9
    • Alternate seats: 0
  • Day: Sat, Dec 22, 2012
  • Time: 03:30AM CET
  • Length: 6
  • Game created: Jan 06, 2011
  • Last update: Nov 04, 2012
  • Views: 146
  • Posts (2)

    News - Feb 18

  • A New Age
  • Feb 16, 2012
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  • A number of The City's social elites have been claiming to have been robbed recently, but few can come forward with any details useful to local police.  Stories range from homes being robbed to being held up - though no signs of forced entry have been found in the homes...

    Old News

  • A New Age
  • Jan 26, 2012
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  • Newscast following capture of The Gamer (Feb 2011): Local resident Carson Belford, who was arrested yesterday for suspected involvement in a recent string of bank robberies, was released today after his lawyer argued that the police have no evidence linking Belford to the actual crimes.  Belford has said that he...

    About this game

    This game is for online sessions of our tabletop game.  At this time we are not taking on new players.  If you're an existing player and need to register, contact Jeramie and he'll open the registration for you to join.


    It's been seven years since anyone's seen a mask or super, nine since the "New Age of everlasting peace" was declared.   They said the heroes had won and that the last of the major threats had been defeated.  With no "villains" left, the supers and masks started to retire - some more quietly than others.  Metas began to work normal jobs and live normal lives.  Some probably considered going "super" but the thinking was that should some hero emerge it would only drive some nut to become a "villain" and the everlasting peace would break - we'd be right back where we started.  For years, the only superhero was Captain Amazing on a campy, nostalgic TV show.  That was enough... for a while.

    There were a few of the more reluctant retirees who had predicted the eventual end of the "everlasting peace."  They said that in time, corruption and villainy would return - possibly worse than before.  Our everyday heroes are great for the regular jobs, but when corruption runs deep in the veins it takes something - someone - greater to root it out.  No-one wanted to hear it at the time, but maybe the cranky old Bat was right... "something about this doesn't feel right."


    The setting is "near-future," meaning 10-20 years in the future.

    The game takes place in our own variant DC Universe, so the Heroes referenced are the ones you know and love.

    Focus (at least initially) is in The City... which the group defines together.  Famous locales of the DC Universe will exist and potentially come into play in the future.

    Style of play

    General style is "grayscale" hinting on darker side - though there'll be plenty of comic relief to lighten the mood.