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The Hoods are the new face of villainy in Gotham and Metropolis--newcomers with unknown powers and unlimited potential.

With the "power boom" of the exobytes, the world saw not just a sharp rise in new heroes, but new villains as well--enthusiastic and ambitious upstarts, eager to leave their mark on the world and plant their flag as power brokers in the new world order. However, that's a hard place to start out. The Lex Luthors and Talia Al'Ghuls of the world don't just happen overnight. Developing an empire takes time, effort, and most of all... backup.

The Hoods are that backup for one another. While their various villainous bents may lead them to pursue differing routes to power, fame, fortune and notoreity, they know that the best offense is not just a good defense... but an even more powerful offense. They may at times work at cross-purposes, but with new Supermen on the scene every day, they understand that their greatest assets are the alliances they keep, and the backup they bring.

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Expectations (OOC):

Cooperative roleplaying ability, creativity and a generally pleasant personality.

The ability to both give AND receive constructive criticism, in order to provide the best DCUO experience possible to ourselves and those outside the league with whom we roleplay.

Original characters preferred.
There's nothing wrong with an homage, but blatant character theft is frowned upon.

Canon characters tend to be very restrictive to use, and for that reason, we prefer to avoid them as members in the league. HOWEVER... few things can build one's notoriety as quickly as run-ins with well-known characters, so do not be afraid to engage them! If utilizing a canon character as an NPC for story purposes, we ask that you

Be reasonable OOC, unreasonable IC.

This means no god-moding. Every character needs weaknesses. Clearly define what your character's are, but don't feel the need to announce them at every opportunity, either.

Allow others to influence your character, both physically and otherwise. Even the greatest and most powerful characters in comics have vulnerabilities.

Taking a loss can often provide far more opportunities for your character to grow and develop than an unbroken string of wins. (And let's be frank... we're the villains. It's NOT our job to come out on top most of the time. It's our job to provide challenges to the heroes, escape and try again another day.)
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