DEATHSTROKE, THE TERMINATOR (Slade Wilson)- circa 1980s Titans
PL 12 (228)
ST 18/26 (+4/+8) DEX 20/26 (+5/+8) CON 20/26 (+5/+8) INT 16 (+3) WIS 20 (+5) CHA 16 (+3)
Acrobatics 8 (+17)
Bluff 10 (+13)
Computers 4 (+7)
Diplomacy 5 (+8)
Drive 3 (+12)
Gather Information 7 (+10)
Intimidate 10 (+13)
Investigate 4 (+9)
Knowledge (Current Events) 8 (+11)
Knowledge (Tactics) 8 (+11)
Knowledge (Streetwise) 7 (+10)
Language (Several) 4
Notice 9 (+14)
Pilot 1 (+10)
Profession (Soldier) 10 (+13)
Search 6 (+11)
Sense Motive 8 (+13)
Stealth 4 (+13)
Survival 4 (+9)
Accurate Attack, Acrobatic Bluff, All-Out Attack, Ambidexterity, Assessment, Beginner's Luck, Benefit (Wealth), Blind-Fight, Chokehold, Connected, Contacts, Defensive Attack, Dodge Focus 2, Elusive Target, Equipment 5, Fearless, Improved Aim, Improved Critical (Unarmed), Improved Critical 2 (Staff), Improved Critical (Guns), Improved Disarm, Improved Grab, Instant Up, Jack-of-All-Trades, Power Attack, Precise Shot, Prone Fighting, Quick Draw, Takedown Attack 2, Track, Well-Informed
Enhanced Strength 8 
Enhanced Dexterity 6 
Enhanced Constitution 6 
Regeneration 4 (Feats: Diehard, Endurance) (Recovery Bonus +1, Bruised 1, Stunned 1, Unconscious 1) 
"90% of Brain Used"
Quickness 4 (Flaws: Limited- Mental Tasks Only) 
Enhanced Attack Bonus 3 
Enhanced Defense Bonus 3 
Enhanced Reflex Save 3 
Super-Senses 3 (Ultrahearing, Extended Sight, Scent) 
Enhanced Feats 8 (Defensive Roll 2, Dodge Focus, Evasion, Improved Initiative 2, Seize Initiative, Uncanny Dodge) 
"Deathstroke Costume" Device 1 (hard to lose) 
Impervious Toughness 5 (5)
"Blaster Staff" Device 3 (easy to lose) 
Blast 8 (Feats: Split Attack 2) (Drawbacks: -2 Range) (15)
AP: Strike 3 (Feats: Mighty, Extended Reach 2)
Toughness +8 (+10 D.Roll), Fortitude +8, Reflex +9 (+12), Will +10
Attack +11 (+14 Enhanced), Damage +4 (+8 Blast, Enhanced, +10 Staff), Defense +8 (+11 Enhanced, +14 Dodge), Initiative +5 (+16)
Guilt (Ravager's Death & Jericho's Muteness)
Reputation (Icky Icky Pedophile)
Reputation (World's Deadliest Assassin)
Abilities: 50 /Skills: 120--30 / Feats: 38 / Powers: 67 / Saves: 5 /Combat: 38 (228)
-Picking the 'super builds' for my big "Hundred" builds can be tough. I need someone suitably cool and important, and not 'just' a favourite of mine. I mean, Donna Troy's one of my favorite comic book characters ever, but she's not really "500-worthy". Most people'd likely go "WTF?" if I used her for that number. But the decision was easy when I looked at my "Titans List" of remaining guys to build. And lo, just like my #400 took place around the Acolytes Builds, and I used Magneto, here's one of the elite villains of Titans history (probably THE elite villain, as Trigon only ever showed up like three times), Deathstroke, the Terminator.
-Slade's got a long and storied history for a guy who started as a mastermind villain in a brand-new teen hero book designed to be DC's answer to the X-Men's success in the late 70s. Hell, he got the kind of start that would likely fail if tried today, where a 'lesser' version of himself went up against the Titans first, only to die from his own stupidity, necessitating Slade taking the lesser one (his son Grant)'s place. But the way he did it, by getting a spy put onto the team (good ol' Terra), SLEEPING WITH HER (even though she was fifteen, sixteen, tops), then taking the Titans out in their homes when they least expected it, sealed the deal, making him a legendary villain. Of course, they did the standard 'he's not so bad after all' thing, as without a mercenary contract out on the Titans, he had no reason to hate them, and actually had a bunch of relatively polite conversations with Changeling about Terra and their relationship and stuff like that.
-He even got a fairly long-running solo series in the 90s, which of course is almost completely forgotten today, as are most 90s solo runs of non-major characters. I think it's only remaining link to nowadays is Rose Wilson, aka Ravager II. But he got a MAJOR boost to the big leagues thanks to his run in the Secret Society's inner circle and a vendetta against Green Arrow (lousy Ollie, stealing the Titans' best villain... well, I guess he still menaces them too...).
-Ooh, funny story about his name, too. Sounds clumsy, don't it? And in the cartoon he's just "Slade". Well, he WAS just "The Terminator" for YEARS from his first apperanace on, but then a little movie came out by the same name, which ended up being a whole hell of a lot more famous than a villain in a comic series. Suddenly, this "Deathstroke" name gets added onto it. And then the Titans cartoon can't use THAT name either, because of the word "Death" in it, so he just goes by his real name. Bizarre stuff, the kind of thing that only happens in comic books and pro wrestling.
-And yeah, Deathstroke's a savage monster in combat. +14 to Attack and Defense (though it's the chemical enhancements that do it) make him a nasty bugger, even though he "only" does +10 damage normally. But his Combat Feats are so extensive he can modify all his caps at will, he's got Improved Critical on all his major attacks, he can Quick Draw anything, fight from a prone position, he's as good at range as he is in close, his Reflexes are off the charts ("90%" of his brain is used, based off of that Old Wive's Tale of most people only using 10%), AND he's a major Skillmonkey to boot!
-Note that his Regeneration isn't as good as it would get in his solo series yet (where it's basically Resurrection and +4 to heal almost every category, costing another 10-15 pp), and that even though he's only got one eye, it doesn't affect any of his stats adversely enough to count as a Drawback.