Justice Brigade (Golden Age)

Organization

Name Justice Brigade
Leader The Minuteman
Size usually 12 superheroes
HQ Location name of location
Origin Era Golden
Active Eras Golden, Silver
Purpose Protect Neptune City

Members

 
 Just-In
Time
 Sandor
the Sorceror
 Texas
Twister
 Professor
Challenger
 
 
 
 
 













 
The
Rocket
The
Minuteman
The
Ghost
 Obelisk

    

 
Amazo
the Magician
Blue
Flame
Golden
Knight
The
Champion



Goals

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Resources

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Description

On the day of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, President Franklin Roosevelt gathered available superheroes at the White House and asked them to work together to battle sabotage and keep the peace on the home front during World War II. At the time, many of the more well-known (and more experienced) heroes were missing in action, but the available heroes (that's your PCs) were asked to band together and were given their first assignment - to guard against a potential attack on the American East Coast in an area that contains several key military bases and shipbuilding facilities vital to war effort. This group of heroes was dubbed The Justice Brigade by the press, and Roosevelt himself confirmed the name in the press conference where he announced the team.

Allies

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Enemies

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Notes

The Justice Brigade were created for convention demo games. Three versions of them were created, one for the Golden Age, one for the Silver Age, and one for the Iron Age. In some cases, the same character has remained alive throughout these years, in others cases the chracters in the later eras are "legacies" and a few just happen to have the same name and similar powers. This was done to reflect the legacy phenomenon seen in real-world comics from publisher who have been in business since the 1930s (or earlier)

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