"You know I've always wished I could fly? I can lift a drilling rig up over my head, I can take a howitzer to the face without a scratch, but this....this must be fun."
Alex "Juggernaut" DuVay
PL: 10 (150)
STR 34 DEX 14 CON 34 INT 10 WIS 14 CHA 12
+6 init, +8/6 ATK, +8 DEF (+2 dodge, +3 flat-footed)
+12 DMG (unarmed)
TOU +12 FORT +12 REF +4 WILL +6
knowledge: streetwise +6
sense motive +6
assessment, attack focus: melee 2, diehard, dodge 2, improved initiative, improved grab, improved grapple, improved initiative, improved overrun, improved pin, interpose, power attack
enhanced STR +16 (16)
enhanced CON +14 (14)
leaping +4 (4)
growth +4 (feat: innate, extra: continuous +1, flaw: permanent -1) (13)
immunity +4 (suffocation, fatigue, sleep) (4)
impervios TOU +10 (10)
superstrength +7 (feats: groundstrike, thunderclap) (15)
+2 DMG/-2 ATK
+2 TOU/-2 DEF
enemy (Great Destroyer, the G'Tach)
responsibility (Southside [turf], emerging metas, centurion legacy)
rivalry (Lieutenant Thunder)
abilities 20 + combat 24 + saves 6 + skills 9/36 + feats 14 + powers 77 = 150 pts
Due to his involvement and good role-playing, I give you the upgraded stats of ToV player Juggy #3, a guy I'd be glad to have at the gaming table no matter the game. So, Juggy, for all you do, this build's for you.
Alexander DuVay was born in 1983 in a small town in Kansas, to a normal, everyday woman named Jenifer Eraslin. Alexander was just like every other child; he ran, he played, he went to school. He was normal in every way except one.
Alexanders father was a supervillain, known as The Great Destroyer. His father had many powers, most of them related to energy control, but his most formidable power was his mind--and the incredible intellect that went with it. Alex was born during a senseless tryst, when The Great Destroyer was still but a simple man, named Michael DuVay, an interdimensional mechanics engineer, prior to his ascent to villainy. When Michael--then known as The Great Destroyer--found out that his "youthful indiscretions" had resulted in a child, he came to Kansas and destroyed Jenifers home, kidnapping young Alex at the age of 5 as well as coldly murdering the young childs mother. The authorities, of course, where aware of this, and with the help of legendary superhero Centurion, himself intrigued by rumors he had heard of Michael DuVay's powers, tracked The Great Destroyer to his lair, hidden in a frozen valley in the Rocky Mountains.
Exactly what happened next is not known to anybody...except for Alex, and he has only vague memories and flashes, like snapshots in his mind. What is known is that The Great Destroyer was working on some kind of device, and when they attacked, a terrible malfunction occurred. The entire valley was filled with crackling red energy, and when it was over with the valley--as well as several of the surrounding mountains--were annihilated, leaving only a huge, blackened crater in the ground.
In the center of that crater was Alex, crackling with the same energy that had blasted the valley, unconscious and curled in a fetal position. Centurion had survived the explosion as well--the only known being to have done so other than Alex himself--and was the person who discovered Alex there. Taking pity on the young boy, Centurion picked him up and transported him personally to the Albright Institute, where Alex would spend the next 15 years.
It was found that the red energy infused his entire body, through every cell, every bone, every muscle, every neuron. Alex exhibited *no* ability whatsoever to control this energy, in any way shape or form, and so a special suit was built to contain it. More importantly, it was discovered that this unknown energy somehow interacted with the very basic building blocks of his body's matter, reinforcing it to an as yet unknown degree, resulting in his incredible strength and durability. This energy is also the reason his hair has turned brilliant red; his hair, being translucent as most human hair is, reflects the color of the energy within it.
Many years and more than a few test's later, the energy was eventually identified. It was all explained to Alex in what he considers the second most important event in his life (after the events described above); Centurion himself explained it to Alex personally, in the second and last meeting the two ever had (although the first that Alex actually remembers). It is Omegan energy, the same energy contained within the whirling chaotic hellhole known as the Terminus, and the very same energy wielded by Omega himself. Exactly what this portends for young Alex is not yet known, although the possibilities haunt Alex every waking moment.
As to how this energy got into him...and how he came to survive that explosion....Alex does not know, although he does remember in some deep place inside. He can tell when he wakes up screaming at night.