DEATHWING

REAL NAME: Unknown
ALIASES: Richard Grayson
FORMER ALIASES: Nightwing, Robin (1)
OCCUPATION: Sociopath
BASE OF OPERATIONS: In Hyper-Suspended Animation Chamber at S.T.A.R. Labs (San
Francisco)
HEIGHT: 5’10”
WEIGHT: 175 pounds
EYES: Blue
HAIR: Black
RACE: Human
TECH LEVEL: Modern (1)

In a conceivable future where Batman died, the shield-carrying Nightwing fought in a worldwide civil war against Lord Chaos, assisted by a protégé named Redwing and the Team Titans. This Richard Grayson was romantically involved with the shape-shifting Mirage, a member of this future team, though he still longed for his long missing paramour, Starfire. Nightwing arrived from the future in pursuit of Lord Chaos with the intent of also finding his teammates who had been sent on a mission to kill Donna Troy to prevent the birth of this tyrant. Wandering the streets, Richard was attacked by a corrupted version of Raven who planted into him a Trigon-seed that took a hold and debased his soul with a new dark personality. The debauched hero-turned-villain assumed a vile new identity and changed his name to Deathwing and pledged his allegiance to Dark Raven and the Children of Trigon in order to help hunt down and destroy the Titans. During the next few months, the future alternate timelines began collapsing down upon themselves, erasing members of the Team Titans from existence due to Extant’s time-crisis altering of reality. Deathwing remained in this timeline because he had originated from this existence. It was learned that this Richard had been implanted with false memories by the Time
Trapper and turned into a “sleeper agent” who would fight the villainous Monarch in the coming Zero Hour event. Deathwing began to stalk the tormented Mirage on several occasions. One of those times, the sociopath ran across his former lover and had his way with her. Months later after kidnapping Mirage during his plans to kill her, Richard learned that she was pregnant with their child. Deathwing doted on her in his own sick manner yet paused because he became possessive of his unborn son.
Mirage escaped with the assistance of the Titans while Deathwing was captured. He was placed into suspended hyper-animation chamber at S.T.A.R. Labs in San Francisco with the hope that a cure could be found for his demonic affliction.

Reflexes 5D: Acrobatics 16D, athletics 8D, boating 6D (speedboats, submarines+ 1D each), brawling 8D, climbing 9D, dodge 15D, driving 7D (Nightbird +1D), escape artist 1OD, martial arts 12D (all maneuvers +2D each), melee weapons 6D (escrima sticks +2D), piloting 6D (TJet +1D), riding 6D, sneak 10D
Coordination 4D: Catch 5D, lockpicking 6D, marksmanship 5D, missile weapons
6D, sleight of hand 6D, thievery 8D, thrown weapons 8D (Batarangs, shield,
shuriken +2D each)
Physique 4D (6D): Leap 10D (12D), lifting 5D (7D), resistance 6D (8D), running 6D (8D)
Knowledge 3D: Computer operations 4D, criminology 7D, demolitions 4D, languages 4D, medicine 5D (first aid +1D), navigation 5D, research 6D, security 6D
Perception 3D: Engineering 4D, hide 7D, search 7D, shadowing 8D, streetwise 7D (Gotham City +1D), surveillance 6D, survival 5D (urban +2D), tracking 5D
Presence 2D: Bluff 4D, charm 4D, command 4D, disguise 5D, interrogation 9D, intimidation 10D, persuasion 3D, willpower 8D

ADVANTAGES/DISADVANTAGES: Acute Balance -2D, Ally (Lazarium) -2D, Ally (Dark Raven) -6D, Attractive Appearance -2D, Charismatic -3D, Contact (Judge and Jury) -2D, Intimidating Grin -2D, Observant -2D, Tainted – 3D, Enemy (Titans) +3D, Obsessive Tendencies +2D, Psychological Disorder +4D, Secret Identity +3D

SPEED: 30
PDV: 6
UNARMED BDV: 4D/1D
P/L BONUS: +3
HERO POINTS: 4
VILLAIN POINTS: 18
CHARACTER POINTS: 34
BODY POINTS: 38

POWERS: Superattributes: Physique 2D (limitations: Bound to Dark Raven via the Trigon Soul Seed)

EQUIPMENT: Knife (BDV 2D), Shield (BDV 5D; AV 22 [when used to block] against physical and energy attacks; Body Points 100).

Published by Barry Reese

Professional author that has worked for publishers as diverse as Marvel Comics, Moonstone Books, Wild Cat Books, Airship 27 and Pro Se Press!

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