Various Minifig Stats

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Various Minifig Stats

Postby Thyclaine » Fri Sep 05, 2008 3:59 pm

Films & TV

Alien

Xenomorph

Skill: 1d6
Move: 8"
Armor: 8


Queen

Skill: 1d8
Move: 7"
Armor: 12

Xenomorph Weapons/ Queen Weapons

Claws: Use:2 Range:CC Damage:1d8

Tail: Use:2 Range:CC Damage:1d8+1

Inner Mouth: Use:3 Range: Target must be at max 2 studs away from the mouth. Damage: 1d10 if at head, 1d8 if at body

Life Cycle

At the start of the game, the Queen will fill her room with eggs. 2 turns after the game starts, the eggs will hatch and release facehuggers. (The crew of marines probably has no idea what is happening, but it's a good idea to prepare at this point.) 2 turns after a facehugger attaches to a minifig, (More detail on that later), a chestburster... well, bursts through the chest. Then it must find shelter to grow, and after 3 turns, add a little pepper, and voila! You've got a Xenomorph!

....Or, you could just release about 10 full grown drones to start with. It's much less boring.

Acid Blood

When a Xenomorph is succesfully shot, their acid blood sprays out. (It's useful to have a stumble die for this.) Whoever is hit with it gets 1d6 damage for two turns.

Other Stuff

Cylon

Skill: 1d6
Move: 3"
Armor: 6

Cylon Weapons

Blaster Rifles: Use:3 Range:7" Damage:1d6-1

Willrow Hood

Skill: 1d8-1
Move: 4"
Armor: 5

Willrow Hood Weapons

Ice Cream Maker Blaster: Use: 2 Range: 5" Damage: 1d8

Notes: If shot fails, do a dice roll. (1d6) If the person with Willrow wins, the target becomes frozen for a turn.

Cryptozoology & Paranormal

Bigfoot

Skill: 1d6-1
Move: 7"
Armor: 8

Bigfoot Weapons

Fists: Use: 2 Range:CC Damage: 1d6+1

Stick: Use:2 Range: CC Damage: 1d6+2

Notes: Whenever a person shoots at Bigfoot, their Skill is reduced by 1, because of their nasty habits to hide behind trees and talk show hosts.

Blue Tigers

Image

Skill: 1d6-1
Move: 8"
Armor: 6

Blue Tiger Weapons

Claws: Use: 2 Range: CC Damage: 1d8

Loveland Frog

Image

Skill: 1d6+1
Move: 7"
Armor: 6

Loveland Frog Weapons

Spark Stick: Use: 2 Range: CC Damage: 1d8-1

Pope Lick Monster

Image

Skill: 1d8
Move: 7"
Armor: 6

Pope Lick Monster Weapons

Rusty Axe: Use: 3 Range:CC Damage: 1d8

Mimicing

The player controlling the PLM may roll a skill roll (1d6) to mimic the nearest minifigs loved ones. The minifig will then wander over to the monster, lured by the sound of his long lost relatives, leaving him open for an attack.

Final Notes

A lot of people wanted Alien stats, so I posted those and added some other stuff no one cares about! Yay!
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Postby superdave » Thu Sep 11, 2008 10:11 am

Oh, huzzah, cryptids! I may contribute more to this thread in the future....
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Postby pesgores » Thu Sep 11, 2008 11:12 am

Great. What a ▲ job!
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Postby Dr. X » Thu Sep 11, 2008 12:36 pm

Awesomepoop.
I think those stats only apply to non-Mexicans.
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Postby Thyclaine » Thu Sep 11, 2008 2:41 pm

If you guys like the cryptids, I can make more.

Maybe include the Chupacabra and Thunderbird.
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Postby OneEye589 » Thu Sep 11, 2008 9:11 pm

Thyclaine wrote:If you guys like the cryptids, I can make more.

Maybe include the Chupacabra and Thunderbird.


When I was a kid I wanted to be a cryptozoologist. I looked for colleges in which I could get a degree for it.

And you should include pictures of Lego models of all of these. Or someone should.
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Postby IVhorseman » Thu Sep 11, 2008 10:36 pm

OneEye589 wrote:
Thyclaine wrote:If you guys like the cryptids, I can make more.

Maybe include the Chupacabra and Thunderbird.


When I was a kid I wanted to be a cryptozoologist. I looked for colleges in which I could get a degree for it.


you mean like how i want to be an exobiologist? great field, but no market. yet.
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Postby OneEye589 » Fri Sep 12, 2008 7:53 am

IVhorseman wrote:
OneEye589 wrote:
Thyclaine wrote:If you guys like the cryptids, I can make more.

Maybe include the Chupacabra and Thunderbird.


When I was a kid I wanted to be a cryptozoologist. I looked for colleges in which I could get a degree for it.


you mean like how i want to be an exobiologist? great field, but no market. yet.


Exactly like that.

I've never heard of exobiology, sounds neat.
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Postby IVhorseman » Sat Sep 13, 2008 12:02 am

the biology of extraterrestrial life, theoretical and otherwise.

basically, it'd be guessing how evolution might be affected by situations and habitats that might be encountered on other planets. awesome, but not profiting (yet). once NASA is able to actually study extrasolar planets, the demand for someone who could possibly predict what to expect from extraterrestrial life, and possibly even how to communicate with a life form.
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Postby Tzan » Sat Sep 13, 2008 10:00 am

Have I mentioned before that I know a girl who is a planetologist. She is third from the top of the folks who are in charge of the probe to Pluto.

Both her parents are NASA scientists. So after the genetic experiment, she and her brother are wicked super mega nerds.
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Postby Tiny Tank Rannon » Sat Sep 13, 2008 10:45 am

Nobody can shoot bigfoot properly, because as everyone has seen him on tv, he's so darn blurry!
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Postby pesgores » Sat Sep 13, 2008 5:58 pm

And his presence makes your hands tremble and make the camera shake very a lot.
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Re: Various Minifig Stats

Postby ahp77 » Tue Sep 16, 2008 8:19 pm

[quote=thyclaine]Queen

Skill: 1d8
Move: 7"
Armor: 12
[/quote]

I guess they are that ossum
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