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  • in reply to: How do I post an Image (Not as an Attachment) #149097
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    Yes

    in reply to: How do I post an Image (Not as an Attachment) #149095
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    Don’t worry about being a “noob”, everyone’s got to start somewhere.

    Ok, to post an image into a reply you need to have a hyperlink to the image and paste it into the Insert Image box (which is the last button at the top of the reply box, the one that looks like a clip art mountain). To get the hyperlink you either need to have the image hosted on another website or have it already hosted on here as an attachment. Then open the image in a new tab and copy that url.

    Hope that helps.

    in reply to: Agents of U.L.T.R.A. #148952
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    @mark Williams- Welcome to the forums. If you could refrain from making different topics for each team you create and just keep everything on this topic that would be much appriciated. Thank you.

    in reply to: Need help with size scaling #148849
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    The best suggestion really is to scale each item as you go unfortunately. You can change the size of items in groups by using the groups function just above the size, rotation and movement functions, selecting a group and resizing all of the items in that group in one go. Those groups do include an “All Items” group, but group resizing is an unreliable way to do it. If you have any items flipped it can set them back to their standard rotation and if you have any items masked to an item in a different group it can be quite difficult to find them again afterwards. As for All Items group resizing, it’s quite difficult to control the scale when resizing and it does have a tendancy to come undone during export or if you save and come back to it later. So yeah, best suggestion is to just resize as you go.

    in reply to: Cliff's Eclectic Mayhem #148797
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    As it has been brought to my attention that Cliff is unfortunately no longer with us. I felt it was probably appropriate for us to close his topic as we did with Weilyn upon recieving news of her passing.

    in reply to: Lost page/archive #148746
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    I’m not sure because I don’t know exactly what you did. The only time I’ve seen a thread disappear completely is when the first post has been deleted. It unteathers the thread and puts it into spam.

    in reply to: Lost page/archive #148741
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    @Cille- There you go, I’ve gotten one of the threads back for you. I think it’s the second because it ended up in the spam folder and only has one post in it. Haven’t been able to find the other one, but at least you have a thread to work with.

    in reply to: Candruth’s Characters :3 #148370
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    Datssocool!!!

    in reply to: JR’s Characters #148252
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    If 2016 was a difficult year for Pride, then 2017 has been even worse. Last year saw growing pains and in-fighting within the team, but this year has seen external threats that could tear the team apart at the seams. With two of the teams members facing deportation and a national atmosphere that has become increasingly hostile towards the communities that the team respresents, Pride have faced even greater opposition than ever before from the people that they try to protect. Fortunately, the superhero community has thrown their support behind the team, preventing any real political or legal action being taken against the team or their members. Pride has also gained a new member, Chaundrise Young aka. Silver Surge, a politics major and lesbian with the ability to generate and control a grey coloured energy from her hands.

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    in reply to: JR’s Characters #148246
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    The Knights of Purity are an extremist uber-religious right-wing sect whose aims are to remove anything they veiw as “impure” and create a white ethnostate governed by their ultra-conservative ideals. They are fanatically against immigration from non-Anglo-Saxon or Norse majority countries, interracial marriage, LGBT and Civil rights and anything that could even be construed as socialist. A few years ago the Knights were a small fringe group, but they have grown in size and influence thanks to recent political upheaval and an emboldening of the far-right. They regularly engage in terrorist activities against groups that they feel dilute the purity of the nation (blacks, hispanics, LGBT people, liberals) and often with little fear of reprecussions, thanks to some in power being symmpathetic to their cause. They often clash with superheroes, particularly ones like Team Supreme and King Hawk and Queen Eagle who vehemently oppose the groups beliefs and methods. However, their most enduring foes are a small group of LGBT superheroes based in San Fransisco known as Pride.

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    in reply to: JR’s Characters #148143
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    The second person to take the mantel of The Evil Intelligence, Frank Peters has been fighting Team Supreme in all of its incarnations since the 70’s. However, during the 90’s, Peters began to succumb to terminal cancer, brought on by the alien energy that had given him and his predecessor, Max Madison, their powers. However, rather than lose his fight with the cancer like Madison did, Peters put his increadible brain to work and created a number of “get out” clauses should his cancer overpower him, from clones to robotic duplicates, even experimenting in mind transfer. He is currently on his 5th body, with a new body activating when the previous one is either overcome by the cancer or killed in battle against Team Supreme. Even terminal illness cannot stop The Evil Intelligence from pursuing his goal of world domination.

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    in reply to: JR’s Characters #148125
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    Doctor Wolfgang Von Litz was one of Nazi Germany’s foremost medical researchers during the Second World War. Assigned to a secret project by the Fuhrer himself, Litz was given the task of discovering a means of immortality, through any method and at any cost. Experimenting on prisoners of war and “undesirables”, Litz came closer than most to discovering the secret of everlasting life, even succeeding in creating a serum that slowed the aging process to at least a 1/6th of normal and increasing the rate of cell regeneration (ironically, the subject that this serum was trialled on would go on to escape and become the superhero Flying Ace, who would fight Litz throughout the remained of the war). However, Litz could never quite perfect his formula and, with the end of the war seemingly imminent, Litz suddenly disappeared from the face of the planet, only to return some 70 years later to menace the newest generation of Team Supreme, apparently not even a day older than he had been at the fall of the Reich. Did he find his long sought after secret or is this just an imposter trying to use one of the most feared figureheads of the Nazi regime to instigate a new Facist World Order? One thing is for certain, Litz is just as much of a threat as he was all those years ago.

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    Hi Tanega

    That’s an odd one. I’d suggest contacting the program creator using the Contact Us form, he might be able to shed some light on it a bit better than I can. It sounds like you might have a setting on your browser that deletes cookies when you close out of a website, but I’m not sure, so best talk with Jeff. In the mean time, you can save using the text code. All you do is, when you go to save you’ll see an option Text next to the Your Saves icon. Go to Text and copy the text string to a Word File or something simular. When you copy that back into the Load By Text box on opening the program it will load your character as it would normally. Hopefully that might help you for the time being.

    in reply to: JR’s Characters #148073
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    @Trekkie- Thanks

    Anyway

    LtR: Ace (Alice Walters), Ms Liberty (Lucia Diaz), The American (Thomas Collins), Aaron Cross (Auram Kroz), Golden Guardian (Isabella Collins), The Bolt (Jayden Peters), Aquaran (Aran Keiler)

    Founded in 1943 by War-Time superheroes intent on helping the Allied powers defeat Nazi Germany and its allies, Team Supreme has become an institution, the most publicly visable superhero team in the country and, in many places, even more trusted than the internationally endorsed W.I.L.D. The legacy of the original Team Supreme is carried on by the grandchildren of those original heroes, Thomas and Isabella Collins (the grandchildren of the original American and Miss Liberty) and Alice Walters (the grand-daughter of the original Flying Ace), as well as some unrelated recruits invited to join the team due to their simular powers to the original Team Supreme members, as well as their diverse backgrounds allowing the team to better represent the people of the country they fight to protect.

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    in reply to: JR’s Characters #148035
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    And last one of O.I:

    Name: (Classified)
    Alias: The Stranger
    Specialty: Psychology and Analysis

    Even to the other members of Outsider Investigations, much about The Stranger is a mystery. His past, his motivations, even his name are all unknown to all but himself. What is clear though is that he is an expert in manipulating people, there is little about psychology that he doesn’t seem to know and he is highly skilled at using that fact to his advantage. He is not just brains either, his hand-to-hand combat skills are well honed and he is no slouch with a gun. His real trump card, however, is his enhanced healing factor. Able to heal from wounds that would normally kill a human, he even claims that he once healed himself from being shot over 100 times and has survived being hit by a moving train. The full extent of his power is unknown, whether or not he can actually be killed is unclear. However, his healing factor is not instantaneous, he heals only marginally quicker than a normal person would, so theoretically he could be damaged enough to be killed (or at least incapacitated for a long period of time). But again, how much damage this would take is unknown and, in all likelyhood, unlikely to be discovered any time soon.

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