World Wildlife Federation of Justice.

We had a couple new superheroes to the home WWFJ campaign today – Otter Destruct (super strength and invulnerability) and Drako (Duck with draconic powers) joined Go-Rilla, Bushido Dragon and the Invisible Fink. They saved the lives of several animaloids in a burning building, part of a rash of arson that has been plaguing New Metro City of late. The Invisible Fink arrived late (he heard about it on the news while everyone was on the scene moments after the fire started (by two firebombs in the building, as it turns out). A hippo that Otter D saved told her that he had information about the arsonist, and that he’d meet her at the waterfront subway station at midnight with more info. The heroes arrived (most undercover) later that night to meet with him. The hippo took them across the street into a construction site where he introduced them to his “boss” – a shadowy horse wearing a hood. The horse said “Superheroics are all well and good, but I’m prepared to offer you something more substantial for your abilities” and he cracks open a couple briefcases filled with money. Go-Rilla asks “and if we refuse?” The dark horse snaps his fingers and out of the shadows come Tarmadillo and Rhinosferatu. That’s where we paused for the day.

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Illustrator, comic artist, voice and screen actor, lead singer for The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, co-author Spaceship Zero roleplaying game.
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3 Responses to World Wildlife Federation of Justice.

  1. marlo says:

    At first glance, I always think WWFJ says WWJD. :( Stupid Jesus.

  2. michael says:

    “plaguing New Metro City…” Whatever happened to Old Metro City??

  3. castewar says:

    Most of it burnt down in 1905 when Old Lady Leary (Bessie Leary nee McCow) accidentally kicked over a latern in her shed, starting the Great Metro City fire. She later commented to the press that it was a hot time in the old town tonight.

    I made that up. I have no idea what happened to Old Metro City.

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