Hi there; I'm pretty new to the game, though I played it once at Gary Con 4 in Wisconsin. I enjoyed the game, and purchased the Operations Manual (and my friend ended up getting three more for himself and his roommates), so I'm hoping to play this some with my gaming group and/or family.
One disappointing thing about my first time playing the game was that the GM wasn't actually playing correctly. I'm a veteran GM (and actually have a currently running Supers campaign that is 21-1/2 years old), and I was quite surprised (as I read through the rules) to find out how many things were quite different from the way the game was introduced to me (for example, the Watcher for the game had us total all
dice, rather than come up with two for a total and one more for an effect).
One thing I did see that the Watcher had for that game, was printer-friendly datafiles of the various heroes. Right now, as I'm teaching the game to my kids and others, the only option I've got (for most characters) is to make copies with my own printer. That's tough to do, uses a ton of ink, and also I get a really blurry right hand column (where the stress is recorded).
Is there a way to get datafiles that have a mostly white background, like this Watcher used?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!