Real Name: Dr. Otto Octavius
Base of Operations: New York City
Marital Status: Single
Advantages: Allies (Sinister Six, Dr. Octopus II), Leadership Ability, Mechanical Aptitude, Observant, Preparedness, Technologically Advanced
Disadvantages: Delusions of Grandeur, Enemy (Spider-Man), Psychological Problem (arachnophobia, dissociative disorder – both cured currently), Obsessive Tendencies
Reflexes: 2D Brawling 4D (9D with tentacles), climbing 3D (6D when using tentacles), dodge 4D
Coordination: 2D Marksmanship 3D
Physique: 2D Lifting 10D (with tentacles only), running 5D (with tentacles only)
Knowledge: 5D Computer Ops: 8D, forgery: 6D, languages: 6D, navigation: 7D, research: 9D, scholar: 9D (nuclear physics 12D), science: 9D (Nuclear physics 12D), security: 7D
Perception: 4D Invent: 12D, engineering: 13D, repair: 12D (mechanical arms 14D), survival: 6D, surveillance 5D, tracking 5D
Presence: 3D Bluff: 5D, charm: 4D, command: 8D, interrogation: 8D, intimidation: 9D, persuasion: 4D, willpower: 6D
PDV : 2
Unarmed BDV : 3D (5D with tentacles)
P/l Bonus : + 1 (+ 5 with tentacles)
Villain Points : 20
Body Points : 28
Character Points: 200
Powers: Telekinesis (limitation: Only allows Dr. Octopus to control his mechanical arms) 10D
Equipment: Mechanical Arms x4; Dr. Octopus is so skilled with the use of his mechanical arms that he can attack once with each and suffer no penalties in combat. Each arm has 45 body points and can do 5Dx2 damage. Enhancement Modifiers: +3D to running, +8D to lifting, +5D to brawling; Elasticity (stretching only) 6D; Air Manipulation 3D (Dr. Octopus can generate a small whirlwind by spinning the tentacles)
In the past, Dr. Octopus has used a variety of equipment and weapons, as well as a set of Adamantium tentacles.
History : From http://www.marvel.com
Once he was Otto Octavius — a brilliant and respected nuclear physicist, inventor and lecturer. Frustrated by the limitations of the human body, Octavius designed and built a set of robotic arms to assist him in his research. Unfortunately, the world can only guess at the scientific heights to which this genius would have ascended. A freak laboratory accident exposed Octavius to intense radioactivity, grafting the mechanical appendages to his body and granting him complete telepathic control over the artificial limbs.
But the mishap altered Octavius’ mind, as well, transforming him from a timid researcher into a criminally insane megalomaniac. He adopted the nom du crime Dr. Octopus, a barb once hurled his way by callous co-workers. Abandoning the pursuit of scientific excellence and his hopes to further the field of atomic research, Octavius turned instead to a life of crime — seeking to amass wealth and power, and exterminate his arachnid-like arch-nemesis: the wisecracking, web-slinging super hero known as Spider-Man.
Through the years, Dr. Octopus has proven to be one of Spider-Man’s most formidable foes; their battles have been among the web-slinger’s most brutal, testing the limits of Peter Parker’s amazing abilities. Early incarceration was unable to stifle Doc Ock’s twisted genius: When his arms were removed, he displayed the ability to control them telepathically over vast distances. Doc Ock has overcome acute arachnophobia, a disassociative disorder and a brief bout with death to plague the wall-crawler. Once, he even saved Spider-Man’s life so he could someday be the one to kill him.