CAPTAIN JAMES HOOK
: 7 (120 power points)
Max Attack: 8 / Max Save DC: 6
Max Defense: 7 / Max Toughness: 7
: STR: 16 (+3) DEX: 12 (+1) CON: 16 (+3) INT: 16 (+3) WIS: 14 (+2) CHA: 18 (+4)
: Intimidate 10 (+14), Knowledge [Art] 4 (+7), Knowledge [History] 4 (+7), Perform [Keyboards] 10 (+14), Sense Motive 8 (+10)
: Accurate Attack, All-out Attack, Attack Specialization 2 [Swords], Defensive Attack, Defensive Roll 3, Dodge Focus 3, Environmental Adaptation [Sailing ships], Equipment 2, Favored Environment 2, Improved Block 2, Master Plan, Minions 8 [Pirates], Move-by Action, Power Attack, Quick Draw, Sidekick 5 [Smee], Stunning Attack, Takedown Attack
Hook – Strike 3 (E: Penetrating; PF: Mighty, Improved Critical 2, Improved Block, Weapon Break)
-- Equipment --
Cutlass – Strike 3 (PF: Mighty, Improved Critical)
Flinktlock Pistol – Blast 4 (DB: Reduced Range -2, Powerloss [One Use] -5)
: Attack 4 (+6 swords), Defense +6 (+2 flat-footed), Initiative +2
: Toughness +6 (+3 flat-footed), Fortitude +10, Reflex +7, Will +6
Disability: One hand [Uncommon, Minor] -1
Phobia (Crocodile), Enemy (Peter Pan)
Abilities 34 + Skills 9 (36 ranks) + Feats 37 + Powers 11 + Combat 14 + Saves 16 – Drawbacks -1 = 120
I admit once again that I'm being inspired by Artisan's pirates. I'm going for a more story authentic Hook, rather than trying to fit him into the fictional Caribbean that Jack Sparrow lives in.
Hook is a decent swordsman, well more than decent really. On board a ship he's approaching master level skill with a blade, and with his feats he can certainly get there.
I was going to make his hook a power, until I realized it actually cost more to make it a hard to lose device. I could make it easy to lose, but I figure Pete would have disarmed (pirate pun!) if it were possible. As for how I envision it being used, Hook will prepare a normal block and smash the crap out of his opponent's weapon with the hook in turn. A few ranks of Improved Crit go a long way to making a mutinous crewman's cutlass all but useless.
Once again DeviantArt answers my call when I need a neat picture. This time its spaztic de wo drew Hook.