Friday, July 28, 2017


Here's my Mighty Protector's version of Blackout, a villain who shows up in Avengers #236/#237. Because he is slightly crazy and open to suggestion by highly intelligent people, he always seems to be a dupe of another villain, as he is in Avengers #237 when Moonstone manipulates him.

Tiger Shark

Here's my Mighty Protectors version of the Bronze-Age Tiger Shark. His Special Requirement of needing to be in water is offset by a suit he wears that keeps his body wet.

Thursday, July 27, 2017


Klaw is a some-times Avengers foe. Here's my Bronze Age version of him. If Klaw gets near (say within 10 feet) 1 lb. or more of vibranium, his body begins to get sucked into his sound converter (the thing that replaced his right hand and that is the source of many of his offensive abilities).

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Power Man

Here's my Mighty Protectors take on the supervillain known as Power Man, who first appears in Avengers #21, where he teams-up with the Enchantress. In the Bronze Age, he is best known as being a member of the first Lethal Legion run by the Grim Reaper and then with Count Nefaria's Lethal Legion.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017


Here's my Mighty Protectors version of the Swordsman, who first appeared in Avengers #19 and was a villain who worked with various Avenger foes including: Egghead, Batroc's Brigade, and the Grim Reaper's Lethal Legion. He is a master swordsman armed with a sword given to him by the Mandarin. His sword has many different abilities, all activated by various buttons on the hilt of the sword.

Monday, July 24, 2017


Here's my take on the Man-Ape, a villain who attacks the Avengers in issues #78 and #79, along with the other members of the Lethal Legion. To reflect the fact that he's been described as being "Wakanda's greatest warrior" I gave him some Ht. Expertise, which can be used for grapples or holds, and some Natural Weaponry. I also gave him some Wealth as I figure he probably stole money while he was (temporarily) ruling Wakanda. The density increase is from the "white ape flesh" and it gives him a small amount of protection and helps account for his weight.

Sunday, July 23, 2017


Whirlwind is another low-to-moderately powered villain and re-occurring Avengers foe. He's most effective when attacking with a group of super-villains, such the Masters of Evil or the Lethal Legion. His linked abilities represent his 'spinning' ability, taking 1" of movement to activate all of them at once.

Friday, July 21, 2017

Living Laser

Here's my Mighty Protectors take on the Living Laser. In this Bronze-Age version, his abilities come from miniaturized laser devices that, with the help of underworld scientist Jonas Harrow, were implanted into his body. The Paralysis Ray simulates his "stunning" laser, which is capable of knocking-out an opponent without harming them. I used the Focused mod on his main attack but feel free to ignore that and just roll his damage if you prefer.

If you want to make him more like the Silver Age version, give him the Gear modifier for his wrist-mounted lasers. Also, remove the Public Identity weakness and give him Compulsion: Infatuated with the Wasp, Uncommon (-5), CL Save to Resist/Recover (-5).

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Grim Reaper

The Grim Reaper is fairly under-powered for an Avengers villain, but he usually has allies and underlings helping him when he attacks the Avengers.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017


Here's my Mighty Protectors take on the Super-Adaptoid, a some-times foe of the Bronze-Age Avengers.

To use him as a villain in a Mighty Protectors adventure, you should have him impersonate a normal person, possibly someone the player(s) know and trust. Once he gets within 1" of a hero he will execute a 4-action multiple attack, taking a -9 penalty but gaining +6 to hit because it is an area effect. His total chance to hit will be 19 or less and if successful he will have mimicked four abilities with the hero being none the wiser because his Siphon ability is Unobvious. He will continue to mimick stats and abilities until he has used up all of his 24 slots or he has run out of abilities to mimic.

He can be made easier to defeat by swapping Willpower D: Total Pain Resistance for Willpower B: Pain Resistance.

Super-Adaptoid PDF

Saturday, July 8, 2017

War Wagon

This thing is so ludicrous it cried out to me "write me up, write me up!". From Avengers #282: