Tuesday, November 23, 2004

Union Jack

Union Jack

These Statistics Reflect Union Jack as of issue one of the vampire hunting limited series.

Security Level: Veteran (45 Points)

Race: Human

Attributes: Agility d12, Smarts d8, Spirit D8, Strength d6, Vigor d10

Skills: Climbing d8, Fighting d10, Guts d8, Investigation d8, Knowledge (Vampires) d8, Notice d6, Shooting d10, Stealth d8, Throwing d10, Survival d6, Tracking d6

Charisma: +0, Pace: 6, Parry: 7, Toughness: 7/9/11 (0/2/4)

Hinderances: Heroic (Major), Loyal (Minor), Enemy (Major) Vampires, particularly Baron Blood, Vow (Minor) Destroy all Undead

Edges: Arcane Background (Super Powers) [Super Soldier Legacy], Power Points, Acrobat, Fleet Footed, Two-Fisted, Dodge, Combat Reflexes, Fast Healer,

Super Powers: [Super Soldier Legacy: Ageless (1 pp); Lair (1 pp); Super-Attributes (3 pp) (Agility +1, Vigor +2); Super-Edges (6 pp) Fleet Footed, Two-Fisted, Dodge; Super-Skills (4 pp).]

Equipment: Flak Vest, Knife (silvered) d6+1, Wooden Stake d6+1, .44 1911A (silver bullets) 2d6+1.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

good job...This is the version of Union Jack I like the best..Closer to "The Invaders" 1.0 version and not the super powered armored muscley guy that was part of "Knights Of The Pendragon"...Though the John Byrne re-design that was in his run of the Namor series was pretty cool too...but hands down the classic Frank Robbins version is still the best