James 'Sherlock' Dolan
occupation: student (high school senior)
ht: 5' 6"
'hero' name: Analysis
Str: 0, Sta: 0, Agi: 0, Dex: 0, Ftg: 1, Int: 6, Awe: 5, Pre: 0
Skill Mastery: Investigation
Skill Mastery: Perception
Speed of Thought
Close Combat: TaeKwonDo +2 (+3)
Expertise: Current Events +2 (+8)
Expertise: Eidetic Memory (+6)
Insight +8 (+13)
Investigation +7 (+13)
Perception +8 (+13)
Stealth +3 (+3)
Technology +2 (+8)
all powers are from the talents guide.
At a Glance: rapid vision1. 1pp
Perfect Pitch: analytical auditory. 1pp
Refined Palate: acute taste. 1pp
Sensitive Smell: acute olfactory. 1pp
Situational Awareness: danger sense, visual. 1pp
Striking Power: str-based damage 1. 1pp
Unarmed +3 (dc16)
Motivation: Easily bored. James needs interesting problems to solve or he goes into a depressive state.
Age: James is legally a minor.
Relationships: James is part of a particularly normal family. Although they don't understand him
they love and want the best for them. James feels the same towards them.
Good Guy: James holds to a strong moral code of right and wrong.
Distractable: James suffers from add (he refuses meds because they make him feel dull), he becomes bored easily and will actively seek distraction when bored.
James Dolan, teasingly nick-named 'Sherlock' by his sister, is a prodigy. Testing out with one of the highest iq's ever recorded, he has particular strengths in pattern-recognition and problem-solving modes of thought. He is also constantly on the edge of flunking out of any school he attends (and there have been many).
Although brilliant, he is a classic underacheiver primarily due to an extremely low boredom
threshhold. Math, science, engineering - all of them boring. Too easy or too routine.
About the only thing he does find interesting is crime. Oh, not the mouthbreathers who knock off convenience stores or their like.
Big crime. The mob: finding and tracking their patterns, the movement of 'invisible' money, the corners and closets they hide in. Supervillains: the way they think, how they choose their targets, their strengths and weaknessess. Plots and conspiracies: tracking down the evidence to prove or disprove the urban legends.
Over the past few months, he has begun sending files to the D.A.. Files containing evidence, video-clips and emails, papertrails and patterns of behavior. Though not publicly acknowledged, his files have been used to solve several high-profile crimes, to convict a number of sophisticated criminals and to save an innocent man from a murder conviction.
The district attorney's office is trying to find him, but all they have are a handful of throwaway email addresses and the signature: Analysis...