There are a lot of Superman songs out there. Here's another one I like.
Well...I'm pretty sure I like it. It has a certain resonance with me. I had a phase long ago in which I listened to a lot of popular music from the '60s, and this eventually became a familiar tune that had the added bonus of name-dropping not only Superman, but also Green Lantern...!
Whatever your take on it, I think it's hard to deny that this one sounds very Sixties...
Sunshine Superman is also the name of the Man of Steel hailing from Earth 47 (or, in his earliest appearance, Dreamworld), the psychedelic superhero universe that can owe its groovy existence to Grant Morrison and Chaz Truog.
Without any evidence to the contrary, I'm going to assume Sunshine Superman has access to all of the standard Supes powers...and I'll take this opportunity to stat him up for Light City in such a way that I can use the basics for any old Superman in a tabletop superhero skirmish. Maybe I can even figure out a way to reconcile these numbers and abilities with a rational way of having the Brick class play out over several levels...
Level 5 Brick
AC 6 HD 6d6+6 (28 HP)
Saving throw: 12
Move 24 ft. (flight 24 ft.)
STR 30(+4) DEX 12 CON 18(+1) INT 14 WIS 12 CHA 14
Attacks: Melee - Punch +2 (1d6+4 damage); Ranged - Heat Vision +2 (1d6 damage), medium range
Brick bonuses: Super Speed x1, Flight, Energy Blast. Thanks to Justin Isaac and his Super-Pet class for helping me visualize this method of building a hero in a Light City context, and to soner du for confirmation that "exaltations" to build a hero isn't a terrible idea...
I love this one too. Glad to see Light City coming back.ReplyDelete
Thanks man! I'm working on a slow crescendo to some ridiculous tabletop battles that will hopefully be worth sharing with the world. Or maybe not, but I'm having fun with it. :)Delete