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I tend to think that to really get the Bollywood feel right, you really need to go gonzo. It's not just about the dance numbers, singing, and so on... it's also about heroes that can punch the gravity out of people and gods that will readily manifest as witnesses to your epic deeds.

Any given edition of D&D can get most of the way there, but I tend to think that this whole tone could be a bit better supported by Exalted. If your entire group is familiar enough with Bollywood tropes, you could probably do it pretty well in FATE too... but that would require that *everyone* is on board and able to identify the kinds of aspects that any given scene or character might have to tag or compel rather than the thing being able to hold people's hands in such a way where they'll fit into the genre without necessarily knowing a whole lot about it.

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I may as well take a stab on a request...

Female character for a near-future Scion campaign. Being the daughter of the goddess Kali and a Tibetan man, she looks kinda like a significantly more athletic version of pic related. Her hair is straight and black, and she tends to keep it shoulder length. She is generally dressed like a revolutionary militant, generally tailoring her image to look good on propaganda posters for whatever rebellion she’s stoking. This often involves mismatched elements, but generally involves combat boots and some manner of headwear (sometimes a beret, sometimes a hijab, sometimes a bandanna, sometimes a more Western-styled head scarf and sunglasses thing like Jackie O – whatever makes the outfit work for the region – that is, whatever works for you in conveying the role).

She mainly uses a five-bladed urumi (basically a ribbon sword used kinda like a whip with a cutting edge - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urumi) and buckler, both made of the same black iron as the Pillar of Delhi. She also carries a Ka-Bar knife somewhere at all times as a weapon of last resort, most often tucked into a boot sheath.

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It's been a while since I've tried this request, so lets see if it pays off...

Female character for a near-future Scion campaign. Being the daughter of the goddess Kali and a Tibetan man, she looks kinda like a significantly more athletic version of pic related. Her hair is straight and black, and she tends to keep it shoulder length. She is generally dressed like a revolutionary militant, generally tailoring her image to look good on propaganda posters for whatever rebellion she’s stoking. This often involves mismatched elements, but generally involves combat boots and some manner of headwear (sometimes a beret, sometimes a hijab, sometimes a bandanna, sometimes a more Western-styled head scarf and sunglasses thing like Jackie O – whatever makes the outfit work for the region – that is, whatever the artist feels like in getting the point across).

She mainly uses a five-bladed urumi (basically a ribbon sword used kinda like a whip with a cutting edge - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urumi) and buckler, both made of the same black iron as the Pillar of Delhi. She also carries a Ka-Bar knife somewhere at all times as a weapon of last resort, most often tucked into a boot sheath. When she can get away with it, she carries an assault rifle, typically some variant of the AK-47 showing some degree of personalization. The gun is largely for appearances sake.

Her appearance overall should carry the same connotations as a carnivorous plant or a poisonous frog - strikingly attractive in appearance and while still being obviously dangerous.

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Female character for a near-future Scion campaign. Being the daughter of the goddess Kali and a Tibetan man, she looks kinda like a significantly more athletic version of pic related. Her hair is straight and black, and she tends to keep it shoulder length. She is generally dressed like a revolutionary militant, generally tailoring her image to look good on propaganda posters for whatever rebellion she’s stoking. This often involves mismatched elements, but generally involves combat boots and some manner of headwear (sometimes a beret, sometimes a hijab, sometimes a bandanna, sometimes a more Western-styled head scarf and sunglasses thing like Jackie O – whatever makes the outfit work for the region and the people she’s trying to motivate).

She mainly uses a five-bladed urumi (basically a ribbon sword used kinda like a whip with a cutting edge - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urumi) and buckler, both made of the same black iron as the Pillar of Delhi. She also carries a Ka-Bar knife somewhere at all times as a weapon of last resort, most often tucked into a boot sheath.



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