A product of the time…. that time was 1987!
ENFORCERS, the easiest, fastest, most flexible super-power role-playing game.
(A super-powered science fiction role-playing game).
Picked this one up in the used bin because I love supers RPGS.
I think they were comparing it to Marvel, V+V, and Champions.
Given the blank slate of create any character, I figured I would go with….
Whisper, The Mute Darkness Controlling Teleporter
I am not sure what they mean by easy or flexible. It didn’t take too long to make a character, however.
There are tables ala V+V, a more streamlined list of powers, a whole subset of rules for court cases… wheee!
This game actually went through two “editions” (one had an errata sheet added). I have to admit, as cheesy as the cover is, and ridiculous (why are they all flying facing up, perfectly horizontal?) I enjoy it. The main artist was a prominent Champions artist, from what I gather.
I stopped calculating values, as they seemed to be getting crazy, and frankly, it was not easy, nor fun, nor intuitive.
As much a hyperbolic hot-mess this was, I would play it. I would play it to see how it played, and then to make a super cool competent character.