We’ve corrected a bug and added a small feature to the Character Sheet Helper. Let’s hope we don’t need to correct anything else! Remember to post any questions you might have to the Kalos Comics mailing list.
Grimknight, a grim protector of “his city”, New York.
By day, Diggs Tyler is a charming prosecuting attorney for the New York County District Attorney’s Office. By night, he is the scion of Gwynn ap Nudd. Using his skills as an investigator and the strength and hardiness of a fae warrior, Grimknight brings justice to those who think they are untouchable.
In addition to his own considerable abilities, Grimknight wears the Mantle of Arawn, an ancient fae artifact which allows the wearer to warp time and space, traveling thousands of miles in an instant.
Ganyeka, a western lowland gorilla with psychic powers and a vast intellect.
Ganyeka is a villain, but he is not motivated by wealth or power. Ganyeka harbors a deep resentment toward humanity, and he feels acutely alone in humanity’s world. His schemes typically revolve around emancipating his people (gorillas, and western lowland gorillas in particular), eliminating the “evolutionary dead end” of humanity, and similar such goals.
Crocolisk, the Lizard King of New Orleans. He looks like a monster on the outside, but that’s nothing compared to the monster on the inside.
Crocolisk isn’t a “super-villain”. He’s a criminal: crude, greedy, and utterly without conscience or compassion. There are no grandiose schemes or plans for world domination for him. He takes what he wants, and he crushes whoever gets in his way. It’s just that simple.
Chthyra, the Crawling Chaos, with an illustration by Dan Houser.
Chthyra is a psychic parasite from a reality in close proximity to our own which travels to our reality in its astral form. As such, it does not have a physical form in our reality. When Chthyra manifests in our reality, it usually takes the form of an oily black-skinned humanoid, a shapeless mass of hairlike tendrils of darkness, or something in between the two….
We have finally wrapped up all the changes and improvements we hoped to make to the Character Sheet Helper. Barring the discovery of any new bugs or serious omissions (knock on wood), it’s ready to go! Feel free to use it, and post any questions you might have to the Kalos Comics mailing list. While I have your attention, please take a look at the Kalos Comics pages on Facebook and Google+.
Here are the characters we have written up so far using this version of the Character Sheet Helper:
More characters will be posted to the Kalos Universe wiki as we write them up.
Well, poop. While tinkering with the spreadsheet while on the road, I found a serious bug. The power data for [Attribute] Drain was entirely missing. I have fixed it, and have updated the Character Sheet Helper on DriveThruRPG to version 1.06.
Finished another character write-up: Blueshift.
While in the process of typing in Blueshift’s skill groups and areas of expertise, I noticed some improvements I could make to the Character Sheet Helper. I went ahead and made those improvements. Yay! On the downside, this means I will need to go back and re-create Karen X, Karen 7, and Monolith with the new sheet, so that will likely delay the next character write-up a bit.
New character! Monolith!
We have added another character to the Kalos Universe wiki: Karen 7. We don’t have original artwork for Karen 7 yet, alas.
Just a quick update. Bulletproof Blues Character Sheet Helper is done, and we have uploaded the first of the sample characters: Karen X, the evil counterpart to the heroic (or at least non-homicidal) android Karen 7.