I've actually had the image, the text, and the stats since Monday. I'm just now getting around to bringing them all together in one place. This guy is a Novice level character, and pretty straight forward. He flies around, hurts people, and breaks things. Leveled up, I'd probably throw some more damage and modifiers into his attack, primarily.
Agility d8, Smarts d4, Spirit d4, Strength d8, Vigor d6
Charisma 0, Pace 6, Parry 6,Toughness 5
Driving d4, Fighting d8, Intimidation d4, Notice d6, Piloting d8, Shooting d8, Stealth d6, Taunt d4
Gloator (Major), Vengeful, Greedy
Arcane Background (Superpowers), Deadshot, Power
Armor 6 (requires activation)
Attack (ranged) AE 1, Knockback
Small-time thug Bruno Maltese was one of several
criminals involved in a raid on an experimental technology lab. The job
was to smash the place up and engage in a little good-natured arson to
teach the squints what happens if you don't pay your protection money.
was merily smashing his way through a robotic assembly station when he
found the suit - an advanced prototype power armor built around a unique
microreactor. He decided to take it as a souvenier. And he really hit
the jackpot when it turned out the damn thing worked. The suit was
made out of light-weight, very strong ceramic and carbon-fiber
materials, and was a platform for a unique vibration weapon. It could
project waves of force or tear up the ground.
decided to go into business for himself as an enforcer for hire.
Mostly, he still does contract work for his old boss, but he'll hire out
to anyone who needs people hurt and stuff broken. With the suit, Bruno
could be a major threat, but he still has the mentality of a small-time
thug. Left to his own devices, he'd knock over banks or something, and
swiftly end up in Dankwell. As it is, he frequently has to work for
employers who have the means to repair his suit and recharge its power
source. What loot he doesn't waste on booze and hookers generally gets
sunk into black-market technology. But he still dreams of the big score
that will set him up for life.
He absolutely hates the name "Rattletrap," but can't decide on another one.