Real Name: John 'Jack' Dawson
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 160 lbs
Attributes - 84pp
Str: 6, Sta: 6, Agi: 10, Dex: 2, Ftg : 10, Int: 2, Awa: 4, Pre: 2
Advantages - 6pp
Favored Environment: Flying
Jack of All Trades
Skills - 13pp
Acrobatics - (+10)
Athletics +4 (+10)
Close Combat - (+10)
Deception: +4 (+6) (+8 with attractive bonus)
Expertise: Streetwise +3 (+5)
Expertise: Burglar +3 (+5)
Insight +1 (+5)
Intimidation - (+2)
Investigation +3 (+5)
Perception +4 (+8)
Persuasion - (+2) (+4 with attractive bonus)
Ranged Combat - (+2)
Sleight of Hand +1 (+3)
Stealth - (+10)
Technology +3 (+5)
Treatment - (+2)
Vehicles - (+2)
Defenses - 6pp
Powers - 11pp
Wings- Flight 5 (60 mph/900' per rd), innate
Enhanced Vision - Senses 4 (vision: distance sense, extended2. low-light), innate
Unarmed +10, close 6 (DC 21)
Motivation: Thrill-Seeker. Jack loves the excitement and thrill of being a super.
Criminal History: Jack is a convicted felon.
Power Complications: Wings. Jack has a large pair of feathered wings. They're extremely noticeable.
Quirk: Bad attitude. Jack has a serious problem with authority.
Robin Hood mentality: Jack gave the majority of his spoils to charities, particularly ones dealing with children.
Protective of Children: Having grown up in foster homes and institutions, Jack is extremely fond of children and will not allow anyone to harm them.
Jack never really knew his parents. They were killed when he was only 3 years old. With no other close family, at least none who were willing to take responsibility for the toddler, Jack was placed in the foster care system.
Some of the families he was placed with were warm and caring, but the majority were, at best, neglectful and, at worst, openly abusive. Gifted with extraordinary strength and an instinctive fighting ability, Jack was able to keep himself safe. It was not long before he was protecting his 'brothers' and 'sisters' as well.
Then, when Jack was 15, he grew wings.
Jack opted himself out of the system. With his new ability to fly, he quickly became a successful burglar, keeping
only enough of his spoils to support himself. The vast majority of what he stole went to shelters and clinics and other organizations that supported and protected the poor, especially children.
Everything changed when Jack involved himself in tracking down a serial killer who preyed on children. Jack managed to track the killer down and subdue him, but too late to save the man's last victim. Rather than risk the
man going free, Jack turned himself in to the police and gave a full confession. His testimony was invaluable in
convicting the killer, but Jack ended up in prison, too.
The judge and prosecutor were sympathetic. Despite confessing to multiple counts of grand theft and breaking and enterting, Jack's recent act of heroism and the fact that his crimes were nonviolent were taken into account. Jack's sentences were to run concurrently, he would be in prison for five years, less time off for good behavior.
Jack did his time quietly, the other prisoners respecting him for taking down a child molester and killer. Jack was out in 4 years and will spend the next 6 years on probation.
It was worth it...