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bkadams
Cosmic Superhero
Posts: 508
Post Damage Types Chart
on: August 5, 2017, 18:40

The chart below categorizes the full, sub-type, and specific damage types found in Mighty Protectors.

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techogre
Superhero
Posts: 41
Post Re: Damage Types Chart
on: August 6, 2017, 15:52

Thanks!

bkadams
Cosmic Superhero
Posts: 508
Post Re: Damage Types Chart
on: August 6, 2017, 20:05

You're welcome! By the way, I didn't include Gas on the chart; it is an Other damage type.

Rex
Superhero
Posts: 31
Post Re: Damage Types Chart
on: October 7, 2017, 17:22

Hmm....Is that listed in the book in one spot or do you have to pick it all out here and there.....also, is it's not in the book, it definitely needs to be on a GM screen. 😀 handy chart, much thanks.

~Rex

bkadams
Cosmic Superhero
Posts: 508
Post Re: Damage Types Chart
on: October 7, 2017, 23:03

All of the Full and Specific damage types are listed in the rule book, but some of the damage Sub-Types -- like Psionic or Pure Energy -- were "borrowed" from Living Legends, and are never actually referenced in Mighty Protectors.So, some of the sub-types are just me "filling in the blanks" with what I think they should be. But some of the sub-types, like Blunt and Sharp Kinetic are very much in the MP rules.

Basically you can take this chart as being not 100% kosher with the MP rules -- use it as a home brew thing.

Jeff
Administrator
Posts: 1183
Post Re: Damage Types Chart
on: November 13, 2017, 22:46

Here is our first pass at an official expanded damage types table. We've prepared this for inclusion in the soon-to-be-released Mighty Protectors GM Screen:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/nfrkrgfmg2h09uh/Expanded_Damage_Types_Table.pdf?dl=0

-Jeff

celestiale-
ditor
Superhero
Posts: 33
Post Re: Damage Types Chart
on: November 14, 2017, 23:25

Looks excellent, Jeff.
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