Been a very very very long time since I last left a message, but considering the content of the story I really have to.
First, I really like the focus on quality over quantity when it comes to the superpowers available.
(Greatly enjoyed the Superspeed / enhanced abilities, and Time control)
While there are a few moments where the assumptions / nature of the power aren’t present as an option (** An example of this would be say, being a time manipulator and not excellerating oneself / decellerating the foe / not doing either, during a confrontation with a feeing villian. Though its rather mild, and it would take away from having super speed). Overall, they are a pretty good fit.
The Characters hit that nice mix of silver and gold age comic characters.
I was pretty certain that I was going to dislike the super hero turned super star Lil Biggie but they had a surpirsing amount of charm (Uncertain if there was meant to be a mechanic about juggling hero life and normal life…As Amir just kinda went “Its Morb- Hero time”).
I really like that Propagander was hinted at before the crowd went crazy.
I do like the pocket sand, / pocket Amir, moment (Really smart option)
Flit, is a very nice moral character. Though I did find it rather convient that the person that wanted to bring the gang back together was given the perfect opertunity.
(Though odd question, but can, or could? Flit telefrag people or is he more of the “jumper” style teleporter when they can bring what they touch with them but can’t / shouldn’t jump into solid things.)
Though between these two, and I don’t know whether this will be for all the charaters. But I like how if you have grown particularly close to them (Without dating) that they’ll have relationship loses if you talk / hang with other people. As it makes it feel like they are their own people, capable of having feelings. Though I could be reading into it.
Ghost girl, and this could be due to playing a straight lace hero, didn’t have a massive amount of interactions. They brood, they feel scared about their secret identity (Which is a nice change of pace), they use computer, they have a reasonable fight with Flit (Who is using excusses to keep the gang together). Maybe they have more interactions if you go Murder Batman style…but I’m uncertain.
Derek Dumas is great as a maybe hypnotised pawn
Which is to say that I really like how they aren’t written as an unopposed genius secret agent. Its clear regardless of whether they are telling the truth, thinking they are telling the truth, lying about telling the truth but failing / ect, that the new Omega Team / Alpha Team will still have to act like the old with a real / fake mole on the team (Just like with CC on the old team), meaning that Myers bascially gets what they wanted.
Sadly haven’t seen how to find Nora, and Comeback Kid.
I don’t mind Blair Turner, and I feel like they might be Quintessences side kick (in the future, not in the past just encase that was confusing), if they come back. Seeing as they have energy related powers. When taking drugs.
(Though I do feel like some of the options could have been better in dealing with them. As the PC will think about them with Rattlebag, and then promptly forget…After having those close to them be threatened. Feel like there could be room, even if nothing comes of it, for the PC to leave a note to keep tabs on friends / family given Noras history and the threats.)
I like the little hint with the agent talking about the narrative, and the graffi saying that the narrator is lying