>>81339921>Bloated unnecessary rules.
Disagree on that. I don't see it. What are the unnecessary rules? Expound on that, it's the closest you've come to an objective complaint.>Boring resolution
Opinion, not fact. Again, disagree.>Bounded PL modifiers and DCs that make every roll basically the same. If you're PL(N) most every roll will be d20+(N) versus DC 10+(N)/15+(N). Which gets boring and repetitive incredibly fast.
Possible but not really. Trying to make a Batman character or a Captain America, the system almost needs you to be under PL compared to the party so you can afford skills and feats, putting you in more of a background mook fighter, which is very on point thematically.
On the other side the game has minions so your heroes can punch things that are under PL for some satisfactory one punch knockouts, and villains can and should range above group PL for big fights. Lex in armor and the Injustice League should be at PL but Darkseid should be at least PL+2 with a bunch of Parademon minions and maybe some Furies ranging around PL-1 to PL.
If the fights are boring you probably had a bad DM, don't blame it on the system.
Also the bounded PL stops >>81307567
since his magic blasts of ridiculous power would just hit people with ridiculous toughness, ridiculous force fields, ridiculous dodge or something else.>I hate it because it's boring, unfun, and a bloated overhyped mess. I don't hate popular things. I hate the misconception that popularity equates to quality.
I've ever understood this. One side of your mouth says it's boring and unfun. The other side admits it is popular. How can something be unfun and popular? Something can be popular because it's fun despite being flawed, but I don't believe something can be popular and boring.