Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Meet Team C: Captain Avalanche

A veteran of Pershing's expedition against Pancho Villa and the First World War, Captain Freemont was an active Treasury Agent until the end of Prohibition, but has been desperate and down and out since loosing that job.   What made him such an effective soldier and agent, was his remarkable gift on delivering a devastating sonic punch, knocking a whole parcel of enemies to the ground at once.   This was a gift from the ghost of Davey Crockett to young Hank Freemont during the Villista expedition.

Captain Hank Freemont (alias Captain Avalanche)

Human Male - Seasoned (20 xp)

Agility d8, Smarts d6, Spirit d8, Strength d6, Vigor d8
Pace: 6, Parry: 6?, Sanity: 6, Toughness: 6
Climbing d4, Driving d4, Fighting d8, Intimidation d4, Notice d4, Persuasion d4, Piloting d4, Shooting d8, Stealth d6, Streetwise d4, Survival d4, Swimming d4, Taunt d4, Throwing d4, Tracking d4, Super Power (Pummel) d6.

Edges: Arcane Background (Super Powers), Hard to Kill
Hindrances: Enemy (Minor), Heroic (Major), Loyal (Minor)
Arcane Background: Super Powers
Power Points: 20
Powers: Pummel (Sound)


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    1. Yep, I just didn't take any 4s

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  2. The character generator appears to give me the appropriate Parry, but I've noticed that it is a little sketchy on other Web browsers. I'm using Chrome. Time to get with the times and stop using Internet Explorer, my friend!

    1. I use Firefox at home, but at work too much is explorer dependent that I am in the habit of using it there.

  3. One more thing I noticed. The "Pummel" power has a "seasoned" requirement, but you took it before you were seasoned. The character generator happily allows you to do this I believe, but you'll see that it tells you that you took it while you were still a "novice".

    Are we ruling that we may start our new characters with both "novice" and "seasoned" feats and powers? I'm all for saying "yes" to this new development.

  4. I don't see why not, I don't exactly know why pummel wasn't novice anyway, it's less effective than stun, I think. I was just hoping that the program let me take it at novice because it knew some errata I didn't.

  5. Cool. So we're allowing seasoned feats and powers for the 20XP.