Re: Animated • Young Justice “Fireworks”

 

yjmakesastandThis blog takes a look at episodes from the Young Justice animated series from a tabletop roleplaying game perspective, both in terms of game design and game play.

Obligatory Spoiler Warning: I will be discussing the events of the episode in the post. If, for some reason, you’re interested in the show and this blog and have not seen the show, go and do that first. The blog will make much more sense, and you won’t have your enjoyment of the show spoiled. You Have Been Warned.

“Fireworks”

In the second part of the Young Justice series opener, a group of young sidekicks face their biggest challenge ever in an effort to prove themselves to their Justice League mentors.

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Re: Animated • Young Justice “Independence Day”

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This blog takes a look at episodes from the Young Justice animated series from a tabletop roleplaying game perspective, both in terms of game design and game play.

Obligatory Spoiler Warning: I will be discussing the events of the episode in the post. If, for some reason, you’re interested in the show and this blog and have not seen the show, go and do that first. The blog will make much more sense, and you won’t have your enjoyment of the show spoiled. You Have Been Warned.

“Independence Day”

It’s the Fourth of July, Independence Day, and the “sidekicks” of four members of the Justice League are about to get their inside look at the world’s greatest team of heroes, although it’s not what they expect. Robin, Speedy, Aqualad, and Kid Flash are to take their first step toward eventual League membership, and they’re all eager to do so.

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