Well, first make sure you're familiar with the DC Heroes/Mayfair rules; I would then come up with a list of the Timely heroes and villains you may want to use, and think about whether there are any DC Golden Age characters who are similar in terms of their powers/abilities. Like my example of Miss America, where I suggested she is similar to Liberty Belle; both very athletic but not quite superhuman, EXCEPT when they get a "burst of adrenalin", which in Liberty Belle's case is caused by her friend ringing the ACTUAL Liberty Bell, but Miss America seems to gain temporary super-strength just when she gets enraged enough. Then drop or add anything appropriate-Miss America gets the Flight power at a low level (she's can fly as fast as a sports car can drive, basically), and she has science skills (in physics and electrical engineering) instead of Liberty Belle's journalism and leadership skills.act wrote: ↑Thu Jul 06, 2023 11:45 amCool,man,Thanks,How can i do that?greycrusader wrote: ↑Thu Jul 06, 2023 3:09 am Hi, act.
These may help-I don't know offhand how many Timely/GA Marvel heroes they cover, but its not hard to come up with your own game stats for them once you're familiar with the DC Heroes system. As Ken said, there are a lot of heroes who are similar...Timely's Miss America is essentially DC's Liberty Belle except with the Flight power and science-skills instead of Liberty Belle's journalism; the Golden Age Patriot could be based off DC's Wildcat, lacking Ted Grant's boxing prowess but making up for it with slightly better dodging and grappling skills; and don't be afraid to use DC villains as templates either, if their powers are more a match for a particular Timely hero.
All my best.
Sometimes you'll just have to improvise, but there are plenty of characters built as examples, so you really shouldn't have a problem finding out how to represent different powers.
Hope that helps!