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Marvel Super Heroes

Heroicus Personae

The Grim Ghost
Fighting:Good (10)
The Grim Ghost
Agility:Good (10)
Strength:Typical (6)
Endurance:Good (10)
Reason:Good (10)
Intuition:Remarkable (30)
Psyche:Excellent (20)
Resources:Remarkable (30)
Physical Description:
Height: 6' 3" Hair: Black
Weight: 160 lbs. Eyes: Blue
The Grim Ghost carries a pair of magically-enhanced pistols, which appear identical to those he armed himself with in the mid-eighteenth century. But whenever fired, the pistols are magically reloaded. In addition, the pistols have an effective range of 10 areas, and do Good (10) damage.

The Grim Ghost can magically affect any projectile aimed at him, whether it be a bullet, arrow, etc., turning it into harmless matter, such as a flower, confetti, smoke, etc.

The Grim Ghost can withstand up to Monsterous physical damage, before his body starts to disintegrate. If more than 50% of his body is destroyed, Dunsinane is returned temporarily to Hell, where he will recieve a new body, and awaken back in his house.

The Grim Ghost can magically force any being to sleep for 1-10 turns, assuming the target possesses a soul. Once asleep, Dunsinane may opt to transport the target soul to Hell for Satan's approval. If he decides not to do so, the target will awaken normally.

The Grim Ghost's steed can fly at Incredible speed, or at about 300 mph, with unlimited range. Wind and cold affect neither the horse nor Dunsinane himself.

The Grim Ghost is able to determine the nature of any magical beings or artifacts in his presence.

Marksman (flintlock pistols) * Horsemanship
In 1743, the firearms business was soft, so Matthew Dunsinane disguised himself as the Grim Ghost and prowled the backroads of colonial America, stealing from the rich and keeping it. Robbing the coach of Lord Braddock, the rogue is invited by Braddock's beautiful wife Sarah to try and "rob" her some night. Taking her up on the offer, the Grim Ghost snuck into the Braddock mansion to find Sarah waiting -- along with a clutch of Redcoats. Tried and hanged, Dunsinane ended up in Hell, where Satan invited him to either burn for eternity or return to earth and collect the souls of evildoers while disguised as the Grim Ghost. The devil explained his offer: "You have style, my boy! Most of the people we get down here are rather on the crude side." Accepting the earthbound position, Dunsinane was sent to the twentieth century ("lots of evil happening there," noted Satan), where he settled into his colonial manor house and was provided with a jet-black steed capable of flight. In addition to using his powers to send people to perdition, the Grim Ghost has the ability to turn bullets into flowers, confetti, and the like. However, even if struck by gunfire, the Grim Ghost cannot be harmed.

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