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101 Plot ideas


I would like to create a list of possible superhero plots. They should be just a quick blurb with a teaser of the villian involves and what his nefarious scheme might be.
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Re: 101 Plot ideas


There's a new supervillain in town, and he is...ridiculous. In fact, he looks like he stepped right out of an old school Saturday morning cartoon.

And that's just it....he kind of did.

This new villain acts quite strangely, attempting plots and "jobs" that seem almost quaint to the heroes and even other bad guys. He might be easy to stop and predict, but keeping him down for long seems impossible.

Where did he come? What is his plan? And what is his connection to a young, comatose boy who has started smiling for reasons his doctors can't seem to explain?

(The boy is "dreaming" the villain into existence from a cartoon that only exists in his head, or one that perhaps he is "receiving" from another reality)
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Re: 101 Plot ideas


I love these kind of threads.

A supervillain uses his vast resources to kidnap the PCs. When he gets them he reveals that he plans to let them go but not before pleading with the to help him prove his innocence for a crime he didn't commit!

Possible curves:

1. He did commit the crime and has laid enough evidence that leads to battling another hero. The whole thing is a missdirect to hide his real crime and get the heroes fighting.

2. He was framed for the crime by a hero, sick of always watching him get away.

3. A reporter staged the crime and evidence against the villain to create some news.

4. The vilain wants to "go straight." And after prooving his innocence wants to join the heroes' team.

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