Sunday, April 3, 2016

Barry Allen—The Flash

So, thanks to a challenge Ron Blessing (over at the Savage Bloggers Network), instead of finishing and posting Katniss, or Captain Jack Sparrow, or Indiana Jones, we're just going to give you another superhero. Don't worry, I'll be bringing in more normal folks as we move forwards, I just want to take the time to make sure they're done right.

Some of you might ask why I'm not posting Barry over at Savage DCEU, given that he's a DC character. Unfortunately, it's the same reason that I posted Deadpool over here, even though he's a Marvel character: continuity. Deadpool's movie rights are at Fox and he doesn't exist within the MCU, and this iteration of Barry Allen (while still owned by DC) is only canon to the CW "Arrow-verse," which is where Oliver Queen and those smaller level heroes reside. I'll be sure to give Barry his own (likely more bullshitty) stats on Savage DCEU when we actually see him do something in the movies.

This is only up through Season 1, since I haven't actually caught up to Season 2 yet.


Name: Bartholomew Henry Allen
Race: Human
Experience: 52 (Veteran)
Power Level: Cosmic with Super Karma and Rising Stars (75 PP)
Agility d12; Smarts d10; Spirit d8; Strength d6; Vigor d12
Pace 6; Parry 6; Charisma 2; Toughness 10 (2)
Hindrances: Code of Honor, Heroic, Loyal, Stubborn
Edges: Arcane Background (Super Powers), Alertness, Attractive, Quick, Jack-of-All-Trades, Connections—CCPD, Elan, Level Headed
Skills: Climbing d4, Fighting d8, Investigation d6, Knowledge (Chemistry) d8, Knowledge (Physics) d6, Notice d6, Persuasion d4, Shooting d4, Stealth d6, Streetwise d4, Throwing d4.
Inventory: CommLink, Costume.
Super Powers:
  • Armor +2 (2): Hardy, Partial Protection (–1), Device (–1, suit).
  • Extra Actions (17): 5 extra actions, Fast Action.
  • Leaping (2): Level 2, Bounce, Contingent (–1, speed).
  • Regeneration (5): Level 2, Recovery. Roll to heal every hour.
  • Resistance (1): Cold, Fire/Heat. +4 to resist, +4 Toughness. Device (–1, suit).
  • Speed (25): Mach 2+, –8 to Hit, Blinding Reflexes, Catch and Throw, Pummel, Speed Strike, Surface Tension, Whirlwind.
  • Super Attributes (14): Agility +3, Strength +1, Vigor +3
  • Super Edge (2): Quick.
Attacks (Switchable)
  • Supersonic Punch (7): Damage Str+3d6, AP 4, Contingent (–1, speed), Limitation (–2, no Extra Actions). Switchable (primary).
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  • Attack, Melee (5): Damage Str+2d6, Multiple Attacks, Contingent (–1, speed).
Barry Allen had been running his entire life. He loved to race, and he also had to get away from the bullies at his school. However, after his mother was murdered by a mysterious yellow streak, and his father was blamed for the murder, Barry was taken in by close family friends Joe and Iris. Barry would continue trying to run to see his father in Iron Heights prison.

Years later, Barry was working as a forensic scientist for the Central City police department when the S.T.A.R. Labs particle accelerator shorted out, and Barry was struck by a bolt of dark matter lightning and doused in a variety of unknown chemicals. He fell into a coma for 9 months.

After waking up, Barry found that he had incredible speed, as time seemed to slow down for him. Over the following weeks, he learned to control and pace his powers, as well as increase his speed (from an initial 240 mph to his current Mach 3) and his combat prowess. He was also given a suit by his new friends that ignored the friction he generated at such high speeds, as well as providing a small amount of protection.

Barry began to use these new abilities to both stop criminals in their tracks as well as to augment his day-to-day life and gather evidence for the crime lab. His S.T.A.R. Labs friends Cisco, Caitlin, and Harrison Wells assisted him in these endeavors, granting him ideas and tactical advice that he could use to bring down criminals like Captain Cold and Heat Wave.

It turns out, however, that Wells had a secret: he was the Reverse Flash, the yellow streak that was capable of keeping up with Barry, and was using Barry's connection to the Speed Force to recharge his own powers and let him return to the future. Barry was able to stop him, but the process created a wormhole above the city that Barry was last seen rushing to stop.

Power Stunts:
  • Energy Control (3): Fire/Heat. Area Effect (LBT). Limitation (–2, Nullify only). Barry is able to spin his arms so quickly that he can put out fires at will.
  • Intangibility (5): Barry is able to run so fast, his molecules are able to vibrate apart and allow him to pass through solid objects. This has only been used once, but may become part of his Power Set later on down the line (as the Vibrate modifier on speed).
  • Time Travel (10): By spending a Benny (in addition to the Benny he has to spend for the Power Stunt), and making a successful Spirit roll at –2, Barry can pop forwards or back to any point in time. This is a power not normally allowed for normal characters, but it is present in an NPC named Fugue in the Super Powers Companion 2nd edition Villains Supplement, on page 15.
And that's all that I have for him right now. I'll probably catch up to the show later on and add in some more levels, but I've really gotta try and focus on the above-mentioned characters. Leave questions and comments and nerd rage below, as always.
—DoctorBoson

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Wade Wilson—Deadpool

Yeah, it's still a super hero, but it's topical this time. Deadpool was a massive success and a great apology for the crap we got in X-Men Origins.

Part of me considered writing this post in first person for a fourth wall gag, but I don't think it'd come across all too well.


Name: Wade Wilson
Race: Human
Experience: 100 (Legendary)
Power Level: Street Fighter with Super Karma (35 PP)
Agility d12; Smarts d8; Spirit d8; Strength d10; Vigor d8
Pace 6; Parry 8; Charisma –2; Toughness 6
Hindrances: Delusional (m—4th Wall Breaker), Overconfident, Ugly, Vengeful (M).
Edges: Arcane Background (Super Powers), Luck, Acrobat, Fast Healer, Harder to Kill, Strong Willed, Commando, Marksman, Elan, Two-Fisted, Dodge, Frenzy, Quick Draw.
Skills: Climbing d4, Fighting d10, Intimidation d6, Notice d6, Shooting d12+1, Stealth d8, Streetwise d6, Taunt d10, Throwing d12.
Inventory: Katana ×2 (Str+d6, +d10 on a Raise), Desert Eagle ×2 (15/30/60, 2d8, AP 2, Semi-Auto, 7 Shots). As an aside, I use these katana stats because it's more accurate to the actual capabilities of the weapon; you can use the stats out of the book if you want (Str+d6+2, AP 2).
Powers:
  • Ageless (1): Enhanced healing factor.
  • Immune to Poison/Disease (2): Enhanced healing factor.
  • Leaping (1): Level 1. Leaps 2" vertically, 4" horizontally.
  • Regeneration (12): Level 5, rolls to heal every round. Recovery, Regrowth. Limitation (–1, Permanent Injuries heal at Level 2).
  • Speed (4): Pace 12. Catch and Throw.
  • Super Attribute (4): Agility +1, Strength +1.
  • Super Edge (8): Acrobat, Fast Healer, Harder to Kill.
  • Super Skill (3): Shooting +2, Throwing +1.
Wade Wilson was an ex-spec ops dishonorable discharge turned hired gun. He was good at his job, but was known for having a bit of a soft spot and always, always joking around. After meeting the love of his life, though, he was diagnosed with terminal cancer.

Since treatments couldn't help, he turned to a shady program that triggered mutant powers in people, hoping that they might be able to cure him. The program turned out to be privately funded and inhumane, and after an ungodly amount of torture and stress, they triggered a mutation in Wade that increased his strength, coordination, accuracy, and gave his cells the ability to heal from anything. Anything. Unfortunately, this had the rather nasty side-effect of distorting his flesh, making him look like a monster.

Wade managed to escape, destroying the facility, and went after the man that ruined his face. This year-long hunt for Francis pushed his skills to the limit, getting him to acquire a costume and lots and lots of guns—he just keeps on forgetting them. He acquired his personal motto (maximum effort) and went on a spree, killing more than 40 men in his quest for vengeance.

He's also notable for being completely and utterly aware of his existence within the big screen, spending a large portion of his movie speaking directly to the audience (and, if he ever shows up in your game world, is probably going to talk directly to your players.
—DoctorBoson

Monday, December 28, 2015

Savage DCEU—Yes, I'm doing this too

Yes, it's been a long time since I've posted something here. Yes, I'm spending too much time making superheroes. Yes, I am working on more characters for this Savage Everything blog. No, they are not ready yet.

I am, again, putting forward a new dump for Savaged supers, but in this particular case, I'm trying to put my foot in the door to this new Cinematic Universe before it takes off (something I dearly wish I had done back when the MCU had first started). For now, all we really have to work with is Man of Steel, meaning Superman, Zod, Lois Lane, and maybe some other extras across the movie, but once Batman v Superman lands, DC is going to start getting some really good representation on my Savaging blogs.

You can find the blog here, and I hope that this universe takes off. Gives me more material to work with.

For the record, yes, I am working on more characters. We have Katniss, Captain Jack Sparrow, and Indiana Jones himself in the works for you guys, and you'll be seeing them drop in here as soon as they've been completed to a reasonable degree (they all have multiple movies, so it takes a fair amount of time to actually get them figured out). Stay tuned!

Monday, August 24, 2015

Savage MCU—A new dump for Marvel Supers!

Also known as "Dear God I have a problem somebody stop me."

I've heard some whispers that people saw this as a sort of super heroes compendium, which was not my intent when I began this. I think I just got carried away with Marvel's Cinematic Universe and all of the cool shit that they've been doing and dumping most of them here. Instead, I'm going to dump all of those guys over on this new and improved Marvel blog.

This is a rare post with no actual characters included; just shameless self-promotion.

Oh yeah, and I'm not going to be removing the posts with Marvel characters already on here. I will, however, probably shorten them significantly and just link over to their pages on the other blog as they go up.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

James Howlett — The Wolverine

This character really has needed to be updated and refined for a good long while; so long, honestly, that I'm just going to create an entirely new post for the guy. The original iteration that I had posted here was something that I had whipped up fairly quickly by simply looking over what he was attributed in the comics, and as I've stated before, the movies (even the bad ones) are still my main source for Savaging.

Wolverine is now done after a good deal of time watching through all the X-Men movies from back in 2000 to the newest Days of Future Past. It rounds out Wolverine a lot more reasonably as a character and puts him right around where he should be as a mutant.


Name: James Howlett
Race: Human
Experience: 90 (Legendary)
Agility d8; Smarts d6; Spirit d6; Strength d12+1; Vigor d10
Pace 6; Parry 7; Charisma –4; Toughness 10
Hindrances: Can't Swim, Heroic, Mean, Outsider, Overconfident
Edges: Arcane Background (Super Powers), Harder to Kill, Brawler, Brave, Nerves of Steel, Two-Fisted, Command, First Strike, Frenzy, Counterattack, Dodge, Killer Instinct.
Skills: Climbing d8, Driving d6, Fighting d10, Intimidation d8, Notice d6, Shooting d6, Stealth d6, Survival d6, Throwing d6, Tracking d4.
Inventory: Dog Tags, X-Men Suit.
Super Powers:
  • Ageless (1): Regeneration heals as fast as he ages.
  • Animal Control (1): Limitation (–2, reads primary emotions only).
  • Attack, Melee (7): Damage Str+d6, AP 6, Heavy Weapon, Lethal, Multiple Attacks. (Adamantium claws.)
  • Heightened Senses (3): Super Hearing, Super Smell, Tracking.
  • Immune to Disease (1): Wolverine's regeneration doesn't allow him to get sick.
  • Regeneration (11): Level 5, Recovery.
  • Resistance (2): Cold, Psionics.
  • Super Attributes (4): Strength +2.
  • Super Edge (3): Brawler, Hard to Kill. Limitation (–1, Hard to Kill negated if Incapacitated by an adamantium weapon).
  • Toughness +3 (2): Limitation (–1, negated by adamantium weapons). (Adamantium skeleton.)

Wolverine is a Street Fighter hero with Super Karma. Born in the 1800s and involved in nearly every major conflict since the Civil War, this mutant was born with the power to regenerate from almost any wound incredibly quickly, as well as deploy special bone claws from his forearms (3 on each hand). Years of fighting have made him a good shot and a fearsome melee combatant.

This makes James a nearly perfect soldier. So much so, in fact, that he was selected for participation in the Weapon X program, which bonded his skeleton with adamantium. This extremely rare metal made his bones effectively indestructible, his claws razor sharp, and adding a hundred or so pounds of weight to the man's anatomy (Can't Swim).

After taking an adamantium bullet to the head, Wolverine's memory of the Weapon X program and all that came before it was lost. Now going by the name Logan, he encountered the X-Men, a group of mutant individuals using their powers to fight for peace and equality for mutants, as well as fending off the villainous Magneto's attempts to make mutants the dominant species on the planet.

Before the fusing of the adamantium to his skeleton, his Powers were as follows (no Super Karma):
Super Powers:
  • Ageless (1): Regeneration heals as fast as he ages.
  • Animal Control (1): Limitation (–2, reads primary emotions only).
  • Attack, Melee (4): Damage Str+d6, AP 2, Lethal, Multiple Attacks. (Bone claws.)
  • Heightened Senses (3): Super Hearing, Super Smell, Tracking.
  • Immune to Disease (1): Wolverine's regeneration doesn't allow him to get sick.
  • Regeneration (10): Level 5.
  •  Resistance (2): Cold, Psionics.
  • Super Attributes (6): Strength +3.
  • Super Edge (2): Hard to Kill.
There you have it: an updated, polished, and all around better Wolverine. Leave questions, comments, and pleas for Fox to sell the rights back to Marvel below.
—DoctorBoson

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Matthew Murdock—Daredevil

Important edit: I've gone back and rebuilt Daredevil from the bottom up, slightly modifying his powers to make better represent his abilities (which, unfortunately, includes scrapping his baton swinging thing out for more super skills :(. Sorry, he never uses it in the show). The definitive Daredevil profile will be hosted there and I'll leave this up for folks that want to see an older iteration of the character.

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One last Marvel hero in preparation for Ant-Man! Sorry to people that were hoping to see Vision or Scarlet Witch hit the list first, but I haven't seen enough use or variety of either of their powers or skills to confidently build either of them yet (though I have some preliminaries set up already—Vision is really scary). This is through the end of Season 1 of Marvel's Daredevil on Netflix.



Name: Matthew Murdock
Race: Human
Experience: 89 (Legendary)
Agility d12; Smarts d8; Spirit d8; Strength d6; Vigor d8
Pace 6; Parry 8; Charisma 2; Toughness 10 (4)
Hindrances: Blind, Heroic, Poverty, Vow—no killing (minor)
Edges: Arcane Background (Super Powers), Alertness, Brave, Fast Healer, Improved First Strike, Martial Artist, Acrobat, Charismatic, Improved Nerves of Steel, Counterattack, Improved Frenzy, Elan
Skills: Climbing d8, Fighting d10, Intimidation d8, Investigation d4, Healing d6, Knowledge (Law) d8, Notice d8, Persuasion d8, Stealth d6, Throwing d10, Tracking d4
Inventory: Daredevil Armor (Armor +4, Armor +2 against a Raise), Daredevil Batons (melee attack, ranged attack, swinging)
Super Powers:
  • Awareness (3): Heightened senses.
  • Attack, Melee (2): Str+d6, Multiple Attacks. Device (–2, Batons)
  • Attack, Melee (2): Str+d6, Reach 3. Device (–2, Batons), Limitation (–1, cannot use his other melee attack or his ranged attack).
  • Attack, Ranged (1): Range 3/6/12, Str+d6, Thrown. Device (–2, Batons)
  • Danger Sense (2): Heightened Senses.
  • Heightened Senses (5): Super Hearing, Super Smell, Super Taste, Super Touch, Tracking. Spatial Senses. Limitation (–2, if this power is negated, all non-Device powers are negated as well).
  • Super Attribute (6): Agility +3. (Exceptional equilibrium.)
  • Super Edges (2): First Strike.
  • Super Skills (7): Climbing +1, Fighting +2, Throwing +3, Tracking +1. (Heightened senses training.)
  • Uncanny Reflexes (4): –2 to hit. (Heightened senses and enhanced balance.)
  • Swinging (1): Device (–2, Batons).

Matthew Murdock is a Street Fighter with Super Karma (and a hell of a Hindrance for it, too; Blind basically eats up three Power Points just to get Alertness to offset it).

The son of a boxer, Matt's heroic spirit cost him his vision when he was nine, saving a man from a car accident and having chemicals splashed into his eyes for the effort. His father was shot and killed after refusing to give up a fight so Matt could receive the money from the rigged match. Soon after, Matt was approached by Stick, a blind master of stick fighting and general badassery. The old coot left soon after, but not before training Matt to be a hell of a fighting machine.

More recently, Matt graduated from law school with his friend Foggy Nelson. They now own a law firm in Hell's Kitchen, New York, but by night Matt works to clean up his city's streets by beating the living sh*t out of any criminals he can track down. This has gotten him in over his head against Wilson Fisk, one of the most powerful mob bosses in the country, though following a series of loose ends and broken teeth has led to Fisk being behind bars. For now. It is a comic-book show, after all.

Matt has impeccable balance and is an expert combatant, taking on more than a dozen men at a time and coming out on top, albeit with a fair number of cuts and bruises for it. Stick taught him a meditative technique to help him heal more quickly (Fast Healer). Despite his blindness, he can move and fight like a man with perfect vision due to his unnaturally powerful senses ("seeing" the world as a painting of fire); in fact, these senses are so strong that he can feel the words on a page, or hear the heartbeat of people he's speaking with. Even given the badass that he is, he is an extremely charming and persuasive individual that refuses to kill if he can ever avoid it.

I've upgraded his batons, likely to the ones he'll have in Season 2 (and the ones he has in the comics, where he can use the to swing and such), simply to keep a coherent hero, instead of 31 PP now and 35 later on.

There's my best build of Daredevil—the man without fear (notably doesn't posess Fearless, though; I'm not convinced any normal human can have that power). Leave questions, comments, and Season 2 hype below!
—DoctorBoson

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Lara Croft—Tomb Raider

One facet of Savage Worlds is that it handles pulp fantastically well; so much so that being able to play as an "Indiana Jones" or a "Han Solo" is a large draw towards the system. I'd personally argue that it handles non-magical high fantasy characters just fine as well, but pulp is the genre that the game is largely constructed around, and it's high time to get a few pulp characters in the listing. First off is Lara from the rebooted games (2013).


Name: Lara Croft
Race: Human
Experience: 60 (Heroic)
Agility d8; Smarts d8; Spirit d6; Strength d6; Vigor d8
Pace 6; Parry 6; Charisma 2; Toughness 6
Hindrances: Curious, Loyal, Pacifist (m)
Edges: Attractive, Luck, Marksman, Dodge, Extraction, Counterattack, Level Headed
Skills: Climbing d6, Fighting d8, Healing d4, Investigation d6, Knowledge (Asian History) d8, Notice d6, Persuasion d4, Repair d6, Shooting d8, Surival d6, Swimming d6, Throwing d4, Tracking d4
Inventory: Bow (2d6, 12/24/48), 9mm Pistol (2d6, AP 1, 12/24/48, Semi-Auto), Quiver, Climbing Axe (Str+d6, Climbing +2, Improvised Weapon), Torch (w/Lighter), Two-Way Radio, Rope (20'), Ascender, Jade Pendant

Lara Croft is a modern adventurer/explorer. Her parents were killed in an archaeological accident (what?) when she was six, leaving her a reasonably large life insurance policy, though she opted to pay her way through college by taking multiple jobs. She is a kind soul; loyal to the end and avoiding violence whenever given the opportunity. She is also insatiably curious, reading books and learning about cultures until it no longer satisfies her, driving her to explore these ruins herself.

As a younger girl, Lara took gymnastics and archery, and has limited experience in first aid due to her time as a barmaid. She is very resourceful and highly intelligent, able to tinker and put together simple devices to aid her if need be. Her time with her surrogate father Ross helped teach her how to fight and hunt, helping her immensely in those first few hours on the island. Lara is also an expert in Asian history and legends, being her major in college.

After graduating, she left upon the Endurance to find the lost kingdom of Yamatai. This prompted her first adventure ever, forcing her to learn how to fight and keep a cool head to survive and save her crewmates. This girl made more Soak rolls in a couple days than some of my players have made over the course of a couple months. Maybe I'm just a nice GM like that.

This adventure—showing her a glimpse of the supernatural and that not all legends are fiction—now drives her to new adventures and more bizarre horizons. Only the future can really tell what's in store for Lara in her next adventure.

There's Lara Croft. No, she doesn't have Two-Fisted (yet) since this is the reboot, but I'll be keeping a close eye on this series and keep her updated to the best of my ability. Leave questions, comments, and reboot hate down below.
—DoctorBoson

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Kenzo Tenma—Neurosurgeon

Now, normally, the rule of thumb is that anime is off limits when it comes to Savaging. Monster is the exception that makes the rule. It's one of my favorite shows and it was ripe for a Savaging.


Name: Kenzo Tenma
Race: Human
Experience: 65 (Legendary)
Agility d6; Smarts d10; Spirit d8; Strength d6; Vigor d6
Pace 6; Parry 4; Charisma 0; Toughness 5
Hindrances: Code of Honor, Death Wish (m—Kill Johann), Heroic, Pacifist (m), Wanted (M)
Edges: Rich, Doctor, Common Bond, Quick Draw, Level Headed, Elan, Scholar (Medicine)
Skills: Fighting d4, Healing d12, Intimidation d4, Investigation d8, Knowledge (Medicine) d10, Notice d6, Persuasion d6, Shooting d6, Stealth d6, Streetwise d6
Inventory: Taurus 845 (2d6+1, AP 1, 12/24/48, Semi-Auto)

Kenzo Tenma is a brilliant Japanese neurosurgeon that moved to Germany after reading a paper by a Doctor Heinemann, the director of a hospital in Munich, and began to work. His talent rocketed him to the top of the hospital's politics, but Tenma's idealism prevented him from really participating in the director's game. When he realized what was happening, he disobeyed an order from the director, operating on a boy with a gunshot wound to the head and was thoroughly ruined afterwards.

That is, until the murders of the three individuals that had made Tenma's life hell. Years later, this cold case came back to life and Tenma was framed, prompting him to run and end the man that had framed him and killed those four.

Over the course of his four year journey, the good Doctor learned how to wield a gun, navigate the streets of Germany undetected, and otherwise avoid capture and prepare for his final goal, but his heroism and call for peace and forgiveness never wavered in all that time.

Tenma has an Edge from Realms of Cthulhu (Doctor) that effectively functions as the Healer Edge from the core rules, as a Professional Edge makes more sense than the Weird Edge.

This is one of the few anime that has a full, vibrant, and easily Savageable cast, and it's good to get a character below Legendary in here now and again. Leave questions, comments, and Monster love below.
—DoctorBoson

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Tony Stark's Hall of Armors

UPDATE: Goddamn, there's so many of these things. I have some updated ones listed over here for your viewing pleasure and just general shits and giggles. As usual, this post is gonna stay up for posterity.

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This will be a post solely dedicated to all of Stark's now-obsolete armors, just for the sake of posterity.



Iron Man Mk. I (35 PP)
From: Iron Man
  • Armor +6 (5): Heavy Armor, Partial Protection (–1), Device (–1, power armor).
  • Attack, Melee (4): Damage Str+2d6, Heavy Weapon. Contingent on armor.
  • Mini-Rockets (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, AP 6, MBT, Heavy Weapon, Lethal, Limitation (–2, only 2 shots). Contingent on armor.
  • Flamethrower (4): Range Cone Template, Damage 2d10, RoF 1, Enhanced Damage, Lethal. Contingent on armor.
  • Flamethrower (4): Range Cone Template, Damage 2d10, RoF 1, Enhanced Damage, Lethal. Contingent on armor.
  • Flight (4): Pace ×4, Climb 0, –1 to hit while flying. Contingent on armor. Slow to Activate.
  • Growth (1): Size +1 (+1 Size, Strength, and Toughness). Monster. Contingent on armor.
  • Super Attribute (5): Strength +3. Contingent on armor
  • Super Edge (1): Two-Fisted. Contingent on armor.
  • Super Skills (1): Piloting +1, Shooting +1. Contingent on armor.


Iron Man Mk. II (45 PP)
From: Iron Man, Iron Man 2
  • Armor +12 (8): Heavy Armor, Device (–1, power armor), Slow to Activate.
  • Attack, Melee (6): Damage Str+2d6, Heavy Weapon, Multiple Attacks, Contingent on armor.
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Flight (18): Sonic Speed, Climb 0, –6 to hit while flying. Contingent on armor, Switchable (Primary with repulsor beamrepulsor beam, and combat flight as a set, and repulsor beam, attack, melee, and combat flight as a set). 
  • Combat Flight (3): Pace 12, Climb 0. Contingent on armor.
  • Heightened Senses (1): Eagle Eyes, Low Light Vision, Contingent on armor.
  • Super Attribute (16): Strength +7, Vigor +2. Contingent on armor
  • Super Edge (1): Nerves of Steel. Contingent on armor.
  • Super Skills (1): Notice +1, Piloting +1. Contingent on armor.


Iron Man Mk. III (70 PP)
From: Iron Man
  • Armor +12 (8): Heavy Armor, Device (–1, power armor), Slow to Activate.
  • Attack, Melee (6): Damage Str+2d6, Heavy Weapon, Multiple Attacks, Contingent on armor.
  • Anti-Infantry Darts (20): Range 12/24/48, Damage 3d6, RoF 5, Lethal, Contingent on armor. Switchable (Primary with anti-tank missile, attack, melee, and unibeam).
  • Anti-Tank Missile (14): Range 12/24/48, Damage 5d6, RoF 1, AP 4, MBT, Focus, Heavy Weapon, Lethal. Contingent on armor.
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Unibeam (14): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d10, RoF 1, AP 4, Focus, Heavy Weapon, Contingent on armor. Limitation (–1, Focus only).
  • Doesn't Breathe (1): Contingent on armor. (Sealed suit).
  • Flight (19): Sonic Speed, Climb 4, –6 to hit while flying. Contingent on armor, Switchable (Primary with repulsor beamrepulsor beam, and combat flight as a set). 
  • Combat Flight (5): Pace 24, Climb 0. Contingent on armor.
  • Heightened Senses (1): Eagle Eyes, Low Light Vision, Contingent on armor.
  • Resistance (3): Air, Cold, Heat, Radiation, Contingent on armor.
  • Super Attribute (16): Strength +7, Vigor +2. Contingent on armor
  • Super Edge (1): Nerves of Steel. Contingent on armor.
  • Super Skills (1): Notice +1, Shooting +1. Contingent on armor.


Iron Man Mk. IV (70 PP)
From: Iron Man 2
  • Armor +12 (8): Heavy Armor, Device (–1, power armor), Slow to Activate.
  • Attack, Melee (2): Damage Str+d6, Heavy Weapon, Contingent on armor.
  • Anti-Infantry Darts (18): Range 12/24/48, Damage 3d6, RoF 5, Lethal, Contingent on armor. Switchable (Primary with anti-tank missile and unibeam).
  • Anti-Tank Missile (12): Range 12/24/48, Damage 5d6, RoF 1, AP 4, MBT, Focus, Heavy Weapon, Lethal. Contingent on armor.
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Unibeam (14): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d10, RoF 1, AP 4, Focus, Heavy Weapon, Contingent on armor. Limitation (–1, Focus only).
  • Doesn't Breathe (1): Contingent on armor. (Sealed suit).
  • Flight (19): Sonic Speed, Climb 4, –6 to hit while flying. Contingent on armor, Switchable (Primary with repulsor beamrepulsor beam, and combat flight as a set). 
  • Combat Flight (5): Pace 24, Climb 0. Contingent on armor.
  • Heightened Senses (1): Eagle Eyes, Low Light Vision, Contingent on armor.
  • Resistance (3): Air, Cold, Heat, Radiation, Contingent on armor.
  • Super Attribute (16): Strength +7, Vigor +2. Contingent on armor
  • Super Edge (1): Nerves of Steel. Contingent on armor.
  • Super Skills (1): Notice +1, Shooting +1. Contingent on armor.


Iron Man Mk. V (35 PP)
From: Iron Man 2
  • Armor +8 (7): Heavy Armor, Device (–1, power armor), Slow to Activate.
  • Attack, Melee (2): Damage Str+d6, Heavy Weapon, Contingent on armor.
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Heightened Senses (1): Eagle Eyes, Low Light Vision, Contingent on armor.
  • Super Attribute (13): Strength +7, Vigor +2. Contingent on armor
  • Super Edge (1): Nerves of Steel. Contingent on armor.


Iron Man Mk. VI (70 PP)
From: Iron Man 2, The Avengers
  • Armor +12 (8): Heavy Armor, Device (–1, power armor), Slow to Activate.
  • Attack, Melee (4): Damage Str+d6, Heavy Weapon, Multiple Attacks. Contingent on armor.
  • Anti-Infantry Darts (18): Range 12/24/48, Damage 3d6, RoF 5, Lethal, Contingent on armor. Switchable (Primary with anti-tank missile and unibeam).
  • Anti-Tank Missile (12): Range 12/24/48, Damage 5d6, RoF 1, AP 4, MBT, Focus, Heavy Weapon, Lethal. Contingent on armor.
  • Mini-Rockets (14): Range 12/24/48, Damage 3d6, AP 6, RoF 3, MBT, Heavy Weapon, Lethal, Contingent on armor.
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Doesn't Breathe (1): Contingent on armor. (Sealed suit).
  • Flight (19): Sonic Speed, Climb 4, –6 to hit while flying. Contingent on armor, Switchable (Primary with repulsor beamrepulsor beam, and combat flight as a set). 
  • Combat Flight (5): Pace 24, Climb 0. Contingent on armor.
  • Heightened Senses (1): Eagle Eyes, Low Light Vision, Contingent on armor.
  • Resistance (3): Air, Cold, Heat, Radiation, Contingent on armor.
  • Super Attribute (16): Strength +7, Vigor +2. Contingent on armor
  • Super Edge (1): Nerves of Steel. Contingent on armor.
  • Super Skills (1): Notice +1, Shooting +1. Contingent on armor.
Power Stunts:
  • Explode (8): Damage 5d8, Heavy Weapon. Device (–1, Laser System). Power Stunt on Anti-Tank Missile (experimental weapon system). Iron Man 2.
  • Absorption (7): Reflection, Transference. Contingent on armor. Power Stunt on Armor (energy capacitors). The Avengers.
  • Unibeam (14): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d10, RoF 1, AP 4, Focus, Heavy Weapon, Contingent on armor. Limitation (–1, Focus only). Power Stunt on Repulsor Beams ×2 (overcharged armor systems). The Avengers.


Iron Man Mk. VII (85 PP)
From: The Avengers
  • Armor +14 (9): Heavy Armor, Device (–1, power armor), Slow to Activate.
  • Attack, Melee (2): Damage Str+d6, Heavy Weapon, Contingent on armor.
  • Anti-Infantry Darts (14): Range 12/24/48, Damage 3d6, RoF 5, Lethal, Contingent on armor
  • Anti-Tank Missile (14): Range 12/24/48, Damage 5d6, RoF 1, AP 4, MBT, Focus, Heavy Weapon, Lethal. Contingent on armor.
  • Mini-Rockets (20): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, AP 6, RoF 3, MBT, Heavy Weapon, Lethal, Contingent on armor. Switchable (Primary with anti-infantry darts and anti-tank missile).
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Tri-Laser System (8): Range 12/24/48, Damage 3d6, RoF 1, AP 10, Heavy Weapon, Lethal. Contingent on armor.
  • Doesn't Breathe (1): Contingent on armor. (Sealed suit).
  • Flight (23): Super Sonic Speed, Climb 2, –8 to hit while flying. Contingent on armor, Switchable (Primary with repulsor beamrepulsor beam, and combat flight as a set, and repulsor beam, tri-laser system, and combat flight 2 as a set; active with repulsor beam). 
  • Combat Flight (13): Pace 192, Climb 4, –4 to hit while flying. Contingent on armor.
  • Combat Flight 2 (11): Pace 192, Climb 0, –4 to hit while flying. Contingent on armor.
  • Heightened Senses (1): Eagle Eyes, Low Light Vision, Contingent on armor.
  • Resistance (3): Air, Cold, Heat, Radiation, Contingent on armor.
  • Super Attribute (18): Strength +8, Vigor +2. Contingent on armor
  • Super Edge (1): Nerves of Steel. Contingent on armor.
  • Super Skills (1): Notice +1, Shooting +1. Contingent on armor.


Iron Man Mk. XLII (60 PP)
From: Iron Man 3
  • Armor +14 (9): Heavy Armor, Device (–1, power armor), Slow to Activate.
  • Attack, Melee (2): Damage Str+d6, Heavy Weapon, Contingent on armor.
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Doesn't Breathe (1): Contingent on armor. (Sealed suit).
  • Duplication (2): Level 1, No Tell, Sturdy. Device (–1, remote headest), Limitation (–2, Stark loses all powers while active). (Remote control of the suit).
  • Flight (18): Sonic Speed, Climb 4, –6 to hit while flying. Contingent on armor, Switchable (Primary with repulsor beamrepulsor beam, and combat flight as a set; active with repulsor beam). 
  • Combat Flight (10): Pace 192, Climb 2, –4 to hit while flying. Device (–1, boots and gauntlets).
  • Heightened Senses (1): Eagle Eyes, Low Light Vision, Contingent on armor.
  • Resistance (3): Air, Cold, Heat, Radiation, Contingent on armor.
  • Super Attribute (16): Strength +7, Vigor +2. Contingent on armor
  • Super Edge (1): Nerves of Steel. Contingent on armor.
  • Super Skills (1): Notice +1, Shooting +1. Contingent on armor.

The Mk. XLII's duplication has a custom modifier that doubles the total cost to allow duplicates to have 3 Wound levels. This does not allow them to roll a Wild Die and are considered Extras in every other respect.


Iron Man Mk. XLIII (85 PP)
From: Age of Ultron
  • Armor +14 (9): Heavy Armor, Device (–1, power armor), Slow to Activate.
  • Attack, Melee (6): Damage Str+2d6, Heavy Weapon, Multiple Attacks, Contingent on armor.
  • Anti-Infantry Darts (15): Range 12/24/48, Damage 3d6, RoF 5, Contingent on armor
  • Anti-Tank Missile (16): Range 12/24/48, Damage 6d6, RoF 1, AP 4, MBT, Focus, Heavy Weapon, Lethal. Contingent on armor.
  • Mini-Rockets (22): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, AP 6, RoF 3, MBT, Heavy Weapon, Lethal, Contingent on armor. Switchable (Primary with anti-infantry darts, anti-tank missile, and attack, melee, duplication, and heightened senses (infravision & spatial sense) as a set).
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Repulsor Beam (6): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, RoF 1, Heavy Weapon, Device (–1, repulsor gauntlet).
  • Tri-Laser System (8): Range 12/24/48, Damage 3d6, RoF 1, AP 10, Heavy Weapon, Lethal. Contingent on armor.
  • Doesn't Breathe (1): Contingent on armor. (Sealed suit).
  • Duplication (1): Level 1, No Tell. Device (–1, remote headest), Limitation (–2, Stark loses all powers while active). (Sentry Mode).
  • Flight (23): Super Sonic Speed, Climb 2, –8 to hit while flying. Contingent on armor, Switchable (Primary with repulsor beamrepulsor beam, and combat flight as a set, and repulsor beam, tri-laser system, and combat flight 2 as a set; active with repulsor beam). 
  • Combat Flight (13): Pace 192, Climb 4, –4 to hit while flying. Contingent on armor.
  • Combat Flight 2 (11): Pace 192, Climb 0, –4 to hit while flying. Contingent on armor.
  • Heightened Senses (1): Eagle Eyes, Low Light Vision, Contingent on armor.
  • Heightened Senses (3): Infravision, Spatial Sense.
  • Resistance (3): Air, Cold, Heat, Radiation, Contingent on armor.
  • Super Attribute (18): Strength +8, Vigor +2. Contingent on armor
  • Super Edge (1): Nerves of Steel. Contingent on armor.
  • Super Skills (1): Notice +1, Shooting +1. Contingent on armor.


Iron Man Mk. XLIV Veronica Protocol/Hulk Buster (85 PP)
From: Avengers: Age of Ultron
  • Armor +20 (14): Hardy, Heavy Armor, Device (–1, power armor), Slow to Activate, Limitation (–1, Requires another suit to interface with).
  • Attack, Melee (4): Damage Str+d6, Heavy Weapon, Multiple Attacks. Contingent on armor.
  • Repulsor Blast (10): Range 12/24/48, Damage 6d6, Heavy Weapon. Contingent on armor.
  • Mini-Rockets (18): Range 12/24/48, Damage 4d6, AP 6, RoF 3, MBT, Heavy Weapon, Lethal, Contingent on armor. Switchable (Primary with repulsor beam and flight).
  • Doesn't Breathe (1): Sealed Suit.
  • Flight (5): Pace 24, Climb 0, –1 to hit while flying. Contingent on armor.
  • Growth (9): Size +4 (+4 Size, Strength, and Toughness). Monster. Contingent on armor.
  • Heightened Senses (1): Eagle Eyes, Low Light Vision. Contingent on armor.
  • Regeneration (8): Level 5, Regrowth. Device (–1, Victoria sentry), Limitation (–1, armor only), Limitation (–2, regrowth only).
  • Stun (2): Strong. Contingent on armor. (Gas spray.)
  • Super Attribute (20): Strength +8, Vigor +2. Not Today (Strength). Contingent on armor
  • Super Edge (7): Improved Frenzy, Nerves of Steel. Contingent on armor.
  • Super Skills (1): Fighting +1, Shooting +1. Contingent on armor.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Clark Kent—Superman

Hey, look at that, I've redone Superman on his own DC blog too. I'm leaving this post available for folks to see Superman at a different power level, but his definitive stats from the DC Cinematic Universe are located here. He's had his experienced reduced very slightly (as he has nearly no combat experience or training), but subsequently has had his actual powers increased significantly, with higher strength, durability, range, and speed. Truly, he is a god among men.

Maybe we should have him and Thor fight to see who comes out on top.

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Yup. I've got a few more characters up my sleeve, I'm taking a swing at him. This could either go really, really well or really, really poorly. Just for the sake of sanity, I'm going to be working with the Man of Steel Superman and nothing more—no other movies or comics or TV shows or anything. He's bullshitty enough as it is.


Name: Kal-El/Clark Kent
Race: Kryptonian
Experience: 40 (Veteran)
Agility d8; Smarts d8; Spirit d8; Strength d12+8; Vigor d10
Pace 6; Parry 7; Charisma 4; Toughness 26 (10)
Hindrances: Heroic, Loyal, Pacifist (m), Power Negation (Kryponite)
Edges: Arcane Background (Super Powers), Attractive, Brawny, Charismatic, Take the Hit, Elan.
Skills: Climbing d6, Fighting d10, Intimidation d6, Notice d8, Persuasion d4, Shooting d8, Stealth d4, Streetwise d4, Swimming d8
Inventory: Costume
Super Powers:
  • Armor +10 (5): Extremely hard skin.
  • Attack, Melee (7): Damage Str+2d6, Heavy Weapon, Multiple Attacks.
  • Attack, Ranged (18): Range 12/24/48, Damage 5d6, RoF 2, AP 6, Heavy Weapon, Lethal, Switchable (primary with heightened senses and regeneration as a set and attack, melee and extra action as a set). (Heat Vision).
  • Doesn't Breathe (2): Kryptonian Powers.
  • Extra Action (3): One extra action per round
  • Flight (19): Super Sonic Speed, Climb 2, –8 to hit while flying. 
  • Heightened Senses (5): Eagle Eyes, Super Hearing, Super Sight, Spatial Sense (x-ray vision).
  • Regeneration (9): Level 4, roll to heal every minute. Recovery.
  • Resistance (4): Air, Cold, Heat, Radiation.
  • Super Attributes (26): Agility +1, Strength +10, Vigor +2.
  • Toughness +8 (11): Hardy.

Kal-El, known under the alias of Clark Kent on earth, is the lone survivor of the planet Krypton, which was destroyed in a planetary catastrophe years ago. Once he was recovered near a farm in Kansas, he was raised as a normal child, learning how to control his incredible abilities over his life. Today, he wears his iconic blue and red suit, donning the title of Superman (a Cosmic level hero with Super Karma).

We all know his powers. He hits hard, he flies fast, he has heat vision, and he's almost invincible. He does not, however, have any real form of martial training, instead relying on raw speed and strength to carry him (admittedly quite well) through a fight. After humanity's first contact with aliens, he took up a job at the Daily Bugle as a reporter.

There's nothing else really special here to note. He's straight out of the book with all of his powers. He does have some form of regeneration, and although it's not explicitly stated it is shown, being that a few hours after his Kansas battle he is on his feet and shrugged the beating off from earlier.

The Man of Steel is here. And I'm really, really hoping that he doesn't have any new powers Dawn of Justice because I'm really gonna have to strain to keep him rules-legal if they do. Leave questions, comments, and Superman hate below.
—DoctorBoson

Monday, May 4, 2015

Age of Ultron—Patch Notes

After watching the new Avengers film, I felt it was apt to update the entries to the Avengers that I've already put out on the blog. For those that want to see the updates and know why I chose to do what I have without having to hunt through the entries by memory, I am listing everything below for simple access and review.

Note: AGE OF ULTRON SPOILERS BELOW

Bruce Banner/Hulk
Bruce Banner has had to deal with a lot, recently... primarily having to go Code Green in a series of raids on HYDRA bases with the rest of the Avengers. The big guy has taken a series of nerfs because I may have overbuilt him on my first go, but he has a much easier time ending his rampage due to Black Widow's influence on him, and is gaining much more control over this form. Banner is no longer actively Wanted by the U.S. Military, and has become even further proficient in his scientific fields. Bruce is acknowledged as being "unparalleled" in bio-mechanics, and has thus lost his chemical knowledge in favor of biological.

Banner
Knowledge (Chemistry) changed into Knowledge (Biology).
Knowledge (Biology) increased to d10 from d8.
Knowledge (Computers) increased to d8 from d6.
Wanted bought off.

Hulk
Attack, Melee changed to no longer include AP 2.
Improved Frenzy removed.
Leaping increased to Level 5 from Level 4.
Regeneration increased to Level 3 from Level 2.
Smarts increased to d6 from d4.
Strength reduced to d12+10 from d12+12.
Super Strength reduced to +8 from +9.


Captain America
Steve isn’t really doing too much new in this film. I’m back and forth on the power changes, since he doesn’t always use the Shield, but the other powers aren’t used all too much either. That said, he still does a lot of fun stuff between Thor and Cap’s shield.

Dynamic Duo (Thor) added.
Immune to Disease removed.
Multiple Attacks (Attack, Melee modifier) added.
Protector 2 changed to Protector 1 (Deflection modifier).


Iron Man
Stark has been one of the most active members of the Avengers, and even though he has highly focused on his ranged capabilities, with beams and missiles and darts, his hand-to-hand capabilities have improved; so much so that he is able to hold his own directly against the Hulk, with the assistance of his new Hulk Buster armor. I'm also including stats for the Mk. I Armor from the first movie for posterity.

Added stats for the Mk. I Armor.
Added stats for the Victoria Protocol (Hulk Buster).
First Strike added.


Black Widow
Agent Romanoff has not changed a whole lot from her other portrayals. She is a much more proficient driver than previously, and now has electrical batons.

Driving increased to d8.
Attack, melee added (×2).
Speed removed.


Hawkeye
This is Hawkeye’s movie. He’s built into a real, feeling character that the audience can really care about. We also get to see a slightly more extensive use of some of his powers, since he’s actually doing stuff this movie. I’ve had to completely rebuild him with everything we have now.

First Strike added.
Ensnare removed.
Extraction removed.
Heroic added.
Improved Trademark Weapon removed.
Overconfident removed.
Repair d4 added.
Strong (Stun modifier) added.
Super Sight (Heightened Senses modifier) removed.
Super Skill (Throwing +2) added.
Taunt d6 added.
Throwing d8 added.


Thor
The God of thunder has had a few tweaks to make him even more powerful, making use of more powers through Switchable; he now has direct Energy Control (as we see him transfer energy into the pod) and can supercharge his hammer with lightning for more power. He has also become an even more proficient fighter.

Attack, melee (Str+3d6) added.
Attack, ranged (3d10) made Switchable with energy control and with attack, melee (Str+3d6).
Energy control added.
Improved First Strike added.
Hardy removed.
Written Word (Speak Language modifier) added.

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Thor—God of Thunder

Important edit: over at Savage MCU I've rebuilt Thor from the ground up. His higher XP more accounts for his absurd age and battlefield experience, and his powers themselves have gotten a substantial boost to fall in line with other Asgardians as a baseline and far surpass them when necessary. The definitive Thor profile will be hosted there and I'll leave this post up for the folks that want to see this older iteration.

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We're looking at our final Avenger before the official release of tomorrow's movie.  We're finally gonna look at Thor Odinson.

Name: Thor Odinson
Race: Asgardian
Experience: 150 (Legendary)
Agility d10; Smarts d6; Spirit d8; Strength d12+8; Vigor d12
Pace 6; Parry 8; Charisma 4; Toughness 24 (8)
Hindrances: Arrogant, Code of Honor, Heroic, Loyal
Edges: Arcane Background (Super Powers), Attractive, Brawny, Noble, Improved Sweep, Improved First Strike, Improved Frenzy, Command, Trademark Weapon (Mjolnir), Take the Hit, Dodge, Counterattack, Nerves of Steel
Skills: Fighting d12, Intimidation d6, Knowledge (Battle) d4, Notice d6, Persuasion d4, Riding d4, Shooting d8, Stealth d4, Throwing d10
Inventory: Asgardian Armor, Mjolnir (Spirit roll to return).
Super Powers:
  • Armor +8 (2): Partial Protection (–1), Device (–1).
  • Attack, Melee (6): Damage Str+d6, AP 2, Heavy Weapon, Multiple Attacks. Switchable (as Mjolnir throw as a set, with Mjolnir and flight as a set). 
  • Mjolnir (10): Damage Str+3d6, AP 2, Heavy Weapon, Multiple Attacks, One Arm. Device (–1, Mjolnir). Switchable (as flight as a set, with attack, melee and Mjolnir throw).
  • Charged Mjolnir (11): Damage Str+5d6, AP 2, Focus, Heavy Weapon, One Arm. Device (–1, Mjolnir), Slow to Activate. Switchable (as energy control, deflection as a set, with ranged attack, storm, and whirlwind as a set).
  • Attack, Ranged (14): Range 24/48/96 or Cone Template, Damage 3d10, AP 2, RoF 1, MBT, Heavy Weapon, Lethal. (Lightning blast.) Switchable (as storm and whirlwind as a set, primary with charged Mjolnir, energy control, and deflection as a set).
  • Mjolnir Throw (17): Range 24/48/96, Damage 6d6, AP 2, RoF 3, Heavy Weapon. Device (–1), Limitation (–1, must be thrown in a straight line). Switchable (as attack, melee as a set, with Mjolnir and flight as a set). (Mjolnir throw.)
  • Deflection (1): –3 to hit with ranged attacks. Device (–1, Mjolnir), Limitation (–1, Energy only). Switchable (as energy controlcharged Mjolnir as a set, with ranged attack, storm, whirlwind).
  • Energy Control (7): Electricity. Selective. Switchable (as charged Mjolnir, deflection as a set, with ranged attack, storm, whirlwind).
  • Flight (16): Sonic Speed, –6 to hit while flying. Device (–1, Mjolnir). Switchable (as Mjolnir as a set, primary with Mjolnir throw and attack, melee).
  • Regeneration (4): Level 2, rolls to heal every hour.
  • Resistance (1): Electricity. (The god of thunder ignores such petty things.)
  • Speak Language (2): Written Word. Thor possesses the all-tongue, giving him the ability to speak with any of his subjects across the nine realms.
  • Storm (5): Lightning Strike. Device (–1, Mjolnir). Switchable (With ranged attack and whirlwind as a set, primary with charged Mjolnir, energy control, and deflection as a set).
  • Super Attributes (18): Strength +7, Vigor +2.
  • Toughness +7 (10): Hardy. Thor has extremely thick and hardened skin.
  • Whirlwind (3): Twister. Device (–1, Mjolnir). Switchable (With ranged attack and storm as a set, primary with charged Mjolnir, energy control, and deflection as a set).
Note: Mjolnir is considered a –1 Device because it can be summoned by Thor with a successful Spirit roll from any distance, thought it might take some time depending on the circumstances. 

Thor is a Cosmic level hero with Super Karma, coming in as a true god among men. He has a heightened physiology that, combined with his armor, provides him with a level of nigh-invincibility, with a regeneration factor and powerful skin, but more importantly, Thor has access to Mjolnir, the most powerful weapon in the nine realms. It allows him to fly at extreme speeds, deflect energy blasts, and control the weather. It also hits like a large truck.

Thor is the son of Odin, the king of Asgard. As the prince of all the known worlds, he had developed an arrogance at his position that began to endanger the peace of Asgard and endanger his friends. It became such a powerful force that Odin was forced to banish Thor for a short time to force him to learn his place among his subjects (the humans). Even without his powers, Thor was one of the strongest men alive and was extremely tough.

Thor has been trained since birth in combat; while he isn't as skilled as Black Widow or Captain America, he is extremely capable. In particular, his hammer can be spun at high speeds around himself to strike anything around him. After the invasion of New York and the incident of London, Thor has appeared to take up residence on Earth with Jane Foster.

This is our final Avenger; by all accounts, we'll be getting a few more tomorrow, but for now I think I'm going to take a break from Savaging. Between the Fellowship and the Avengers, I may need to start looking for more good material and get more research done. Leave questions, comments, and Marvel love below.
—DoctorBoson