Friday, June 3, 2011
The Danger Dolls!
Delilah Delacroix, former pin-up queen and native of New Orleans. Delilah is trained in several martial arts and has proven to be a natural acrobat. Delilah is a hell raiser with a thirst for new experiences.
Debbie Dalton, former all-American swimsuit model and native of Los Angeles. Debbie has become a master of disguise and an expert marks-woman. Debbie has a laid back attitude about everything but her job.
Desiree Drake, former high fashion model and native of New York City. Desiree is an expert in electronics and explosives. Desiree is the epitome of grace and breeding, and an incredible snob.
What the Danger Dolls do not know, is that Department Zero is not what they think it is. Rather than being a super secret arm of the U.S. Secret Service, it is in fact an arm of SMASH. While their missions are usually "good", they often contain the seeds of evil. There are some in the organization that believe Desiree has caught on to this and they fear what she might do next.
Posted by John Matthew Stater at 1:34 PM
Labels: Legacy DnD, Mystery Men, RPG
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Hmm. Interesting that, aside from disguise, none of these girls are experts in social skills. Also, you have no computer expert/hacker. In the modern world, a hacker is pretty much required.ReplyDelete
Personally, I'd tweak Desiree to be a classic grifter (a la Sophie on Leverage), but with an expertise in poisons rather than handguns.
I'd also add a geek that either always stays in the van or always stays at the base that acts as both communications link and hacking expert. The geek can either be a girl who desperately wants to be as beautiful and cool as the agents (a la Danger Girl), or a guy who is charmingly bumbling and tongue-tied whenever in the actual presence of the girls.
Good points - I tend to think in terms of "classic" rather than modern - i.e. I have no idea who Sophie on Leverage is - so I wasn't thinking in terms of computers. Desiree is a scientist with a high intelligence, though, so she should be able to handle intelligence feats related to computers. But hey - if any of these characters are useful to you, spin them as you like and have fun with them!ReplyDelete