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Marvel Super Heroes

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The Bionic Woman
Fighting:Good (10)
The Bionic Woman
Agility:Typical (6)
Strength:Excellent (20)
Endurance:Incredible (40)
Reason:Typical (6)
Intuition:Excellent (20)
Psyche:Typical (6)
Health:76
Karma:32
Resources:Good (10)
Popularity:5
Physical Description:
Height: 5' 6" Hair: Sandy Blonde
Weight: 160 lbs. (due
to added bionics)
Eyes: Blue
Powers/Equipment:
CYBERNETIC BODY PARTS:
Jaime Sommers has high-tech prosthetic replacements for her left arm, both legs, and her right ear. The limbs are not as flexible as her original body parts, which accounts for her Typical Agility rating. Among the special abilities granted by her artificial organs are:
ENHANCED STRENGTH:
The machinery in her left arm allows Sommers to lift up to 800 lbs.; while her arm is as strong as that of Steve Austin's, she does not have the added reinforcements to her spinal column to support the greater weight.

HYPER-RUNNING:
Sommers can run at Good speeds (60 m.p.h.) for extended periods; because her legs do not require oxygen, her endurance is greatly enhanced.

HYPER-SENSITIVE HEARING:
Jaime Sommer's right ear can hear extremely faint sounds, and sounds beyond the frequencies of usual human hearing.

Talents:
Tennis * Teaching
Contacts:
The Office of Special Operations
Background:
Jaime Sommers, who was Steve Austin's longtime girlfriend, was horribly injured in a sky-diving accident. Austin arranged for the Office of Special Operations to perform the same life-saving bionic implantation procedure that had saved his own life. She recieved artificial legs, an arm, and an ear; and, of course, there were some strings attached.

After surviving her first undercover mission, Jaime was plagued by a series of malfunctions in her prosthetics. An examination revealed that her body was rejecting her bionics, and her life was in danger. Before they could be removed, Jaime seemingly died of a blood clot in the brain. However, she was saved at the last minute by an untested cryogenic technique. While her life had been saved, Jaime Sommers suffered some brain damage, and did not remember her past life at all.

With time, therapy, and an increasing number of missions for the Office of Special Operations completed, Jaime's memory has mostly returned. However, there are still significant gaps, which appear from time to time. When Jaime is confronted by past memories that have not been recovered, the experience is usually accompanied by severe headaches.

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