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The Moreau-1 Files are an ongoing series of villains for your ICONS games.

This first installment of the Moreau-1 Files details Moreau-1, the villainous android who is one of the chief distributors of superweapons to the black market. It also contains Erepato, a pachyderm-human hybrid who Moreau-1 has engineered to be the progenitor of a new race meant to replace humans as the dominant species on Earth.



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William W. [Featured Reviewer]
March 12th, 2012
Moreau is an android who is very skilled at invention and bioengineering. This supplement provides you with his stats, background, adventure hooks, and stats and info for one of his toughest minions. A great villain to drop into your ICONS game, or pra [...]
Thomas B. [Featured Reviewer]
September 18th, 2011
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW: The Moreau-1 Files is seemingly unconnected to the USHER setting, the Wargame setting or the world being laid out in the Field Guide to Superheroes, but also seems like it would be very simple to insert in a number of settings. Th [...]
Christopher H. [Featured Reviewer]
January 17th, 2011
In "The Moreau-1 Files," Vigilance Press offers us a modern-day supervillain, the titular Moreau-1. He's a robotic bioengineering genius; if you read Marvel comics, think of a cross between Ultron and the High Evolutionary. Game stats, a deta [...]
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