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Marvel Super Heroes

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Fury
Fighting:Excellent (20)
Fury
Agility:Remarkable (30)
Strength:Remarkable (30)
Endurance:Excellent (20)
Reason:Good (10)
Intuition:Excellent (20)
Psyche:Excellent (20)
Health:100
Karma:50
Resources:Excellent (20)
Popularity:20
Physical Description:
Height: 5' 7" Hair: Blonde
Weight: 120 lbs. Eyes: Blue
Powers/Equipment:
ENHANCED STRENGTH:
Lyta's Remarkable strength allows her to lift approximately 1 ton.

HYPER-RUNNING:
Lyta can run at Good speed, or about 60 mph, for an extended amount of time.

BODY ARMOR:
Lyta's flesh is denser than that of an average human, giving her Excellent protection from physical attacks.

Talents:
Martial Arts B * Wrestling * Gymnastics
Typing * Roping * History
Contacts:
Inifinity Inc. * The Justice Society of America
Background:
The only daughter of the Golden-Age Wonder Woman and no-retired Air Force General Steve Trevor, Lyta Trevor was raised amidst a unique mixture of typical American and ancient Amazon cultures. Her summers were spent on Paradise Island with her semi-retired mother, learning the skills of an Amazon, though her thoughts did not turn to crimefighting until she met the contemporary Wonder Woman during her last year of high school.

After her freshman year at Georgetown University, Lyta insisted she was ready to take her mother's place as a super-hero, but Diana was adamant that Lyta first finish her college education. The fiery tempered young woman was offered a choice between transferring to the University of Southern California or spending the next several years in intensive training on Paradise Island. Lyta opted for USC, where she was reunited with her childhood friend Hector Hall, son of the original Hawkman. The romantic relationship that blossomed between them has recently led to their engagement.

Still determined to become the next generation of super-heroes, Lyta and Hector adopted the secret identities of Fury and the Silver Scarab respectively and, along with several other super-powered sons and daughters of the Golden-Age heroes, attempted to join the Justice Society of America. When they were rejected for membership in the JSA, they decided to form their own organization, Infinity, Inc. and set out to prove themselves to their parents.

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