Real Name: Logan
Base of Operations: New York / Global
Race: Mutant (Homo Superior)

Advantages: Allies (X-Men), Acute Balance, Acute Sense of Direction, Acute Senses, Contact (Nick Fury), Courage, Intimidating Grin, Observant, Speed Draw (Claws)
Disadvantages: Berserker Rages, Delusions of Grandeur, Enemies (Magneto, Deadpool, numerous others), Hides Emotions, Shady Background, Sword Enemy (Sabretooth), Unattractive Appearance

Reflexes: 5D (7D) Brawling 8D (10D), Dodge 6D (8D), Martial Arts 6D (8D), Melee Weapons 6D (8D) [Swords +1D], Sneak 8D (10D)
Coordination: 4D Catch 5D, Lockpicking 5D, Marksmanship 6D, Thievery 6D
Physique: 5D Leap 6D, Lifting 6D, Resistance 8D, Running 6D
Knowledge: 3D Computer Ops 5D, Demolitions 4D, Languages 5D, Navigation 6D, Security 5D
Perception: 5D Hide 8D, Repair 6D, Search 8D, Shadowing 10D, Streetwise 8D, Surveillance 8D, Survival 12D, Tracking 12D
Presence: 3D Charm 4D, Command 4D, Interrogation 5D, Intimidation 8D, Willpower 12D

PDV: 3 (4)
Unarmed BDV : 4D (5D)
P/l Bonus : + 3
Hero Points: 26
Body Points : 44
Character Points: 210

Powers: Immunity [Linked to Healing] 12D, Longevity [Linked to Healing] 1D, Natural Weapons (Claws) 2D [Adamantium Coating +3D], Supersenses (Hearing, Smell) 1D, Healing [Mastery*, Self Only] 14D, Invulnerability (Bones) 5D [Adamantium Coating +10D]
*Wolverine spends neither a character point nor an action to heal

History: Until his first recorded encounter with the green-skinned behemoth called the Hulk as an agent of Canada’s Department H, Wolverine’s past remains shrouded in mystery. Due to extensive memory implants, even his own recollections are suspect: Was he a samurai in Japan? A mercenary operative for the Central Intelligence Agency? A “wild man” living off the Canadian wilderness? At least one of Logan’s earlier memories — meeting Captain America, the star-spangled Super-Soldier, during World War II — has been verified as true. It’s possible his healing factor affords him an extended life span and has granted him the physical condition of a man in his prime, despite his age.

Some time after World War II, Logan was drafted into the Canadian government’s Weapon X project by a group of scientists who had been hired to perfect and implement a technique that would graft the indestructible metal Adamantium to human bone cells. The Adamantium was bonded with Logan’s skeleton during a procedure he survived thanks only to his accelerated healing factor; he was indoctrinated into the program as an assassin, codename Wolverine.

Following Wolverine’s encounter with the Hulk, Canada’s Department H conscripted him to lead Alpha Flight, a team of superhuman government agents. Wolverine aided in the initial phases of the team’s creation, but left Department H at the request of the telepathic Professor Charles Xavier to help rescue the original X-Men from the clutches of the island-being known as Krakoa.

Wolverine remained with the X-Men, standing in defence of a world on the brink of genetic war, partly because he had fallen for telekinetic teammate Jean Grey. Following an encounter with the mutant assassin Omega Red, Logan began to question his memories. However, all efforts to discover his true identity and past proved fruitless.

During one of the many clashes between the mutant terrorist Magneto and the X-Men, the Master of Magnetism tore the Adamantium from Wolverine’s body. Logan’s extensive injuries shorted out his healing factor for a time, and he learned the claws he believed had been a product of the Weapon X program were in fact a natural mutation. Wolverine’s actual claws are bones, part of his skeletal structure. Over the years since, Wolverine’s skeleton has once again been bonded with Adamantium.

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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