Real Name: Peter Cannon
Base of Operations: London
Marital Status: Single
Race: Human
Tech Level: Modern (1)

Advantages: Acute Balance, Courage, Observant
Disadvantages: Sworn Enemy (Evila), Hides Emotions, Secret Identity

Reflexes: 4D Acrobatics 6D, brawling 5D, climbing 5D, dodge 6D, martial arts 7D
Coordination: 3D Catch 5D, marksmanship 4D, sleight of hand 4D, thievery 5D
Physique: 4D Leaping 5D, lifting 6D, resistance 5D, running 6D, swimming 5D
Knowledge: 4D Arcane knowledge 7D, criminology 6D, languages 6D, medicine (first aid) 5D, scholar 7D, science 5D
Perception: 3D Artist (writer) 5D
Presence: 3D Charm 4D, intimidation 4D, willpower 8D

Speed: 30
PDV: 3D (6D when using speed manipulation)
Unarmed BDV: 3D / 1D
P/l Bonus: + 3
Hero Points: 10
Body Points: 40
Character Points: 60

Powers: Speed Manipulation 3D; Illusion 1D; Mind Control 1D; Telepathy 1D; Telekinesis 1D; Gift 5D (Enhancements : Mastery [self-only], Multiple Targets [multiple abilities]; Example : Thunderbolt could elect to add +1D to his Reflexes, +1D to his Physique and + 3D to his Speed Manipulation. All bonuses would show up in the round after he has declared the use of Gift. Limitation : Thunderbolt may not use Gift to augment his mental powers [Mind Control, Illusion, Telepathy, Telekinesis])
Note : Thanks go to the guys at West End Games, who helped come up with the novel use of Gift.

History: Peter Cannon was trained in Tibet by an ancient order dedicated to physical and mental perfection. For a time he was believed to be the Chosen One of this order, but this turned out to be false. Cannon moved to New York City and adopted the identity of Thunderbolt some time ago. After nearly dying on one of his early missions, Cannon went into semi-retirement before returning to public life while living in London.

Able to tap into the 90% of the human mind that the rest of us never use, Cannon is able to augment his physical abilities for brief periods of time to superhuman levels. His superior mental fortitude also gives him low-level mental abilities.

Rather than tip his hand and reveal the exact extent of his abilities, Cannon chose to have the world see Thunderbolt as just another speedster. He primarily focused his will into his running speed while in public, correctly assuming that his opponents would underestimate him.

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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