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Marvel Super Heroes

Heroicus Personae

Lancelot Strong (the Shield)
Fighting:Excellent (20)
Lancelot Strong
Agility:Excellent (20)
Strength:Excellent (20)
Endurance:Good (10)
Reason:Typical (6)
Intuition:Good (10)
Psyche:Typical (6)
Resources:Good (10)
Physical Description:
Height: 6' 0" Hair: Black
Weight: 190 lbs. Eyes: Blue
The Shield has hyper-speed at Amazing level, meaning that he can move or perform tasks at a rate of 50 times that of a normal human. This speed is sufficient to dodge bullets after they have been fired.

The Shield can adapt to survive temperatures with Remarkable ability; this ranges from the cold of -30°F to the heat of a burning warehouse.

The Shield's perception of light reaches into the ultra-violet and infra-red ranges; this has the practical effect of allowing him to see in the dark.

The Shield can generate bolts of electricity which can do Excellent damage at a range of 3 areas.

The Shield can leap with Monstrous ability, which will cover 100' of horizontal distance.

The Shield can hold his breath for up to 10 minutes, meaning he can spend extended periods underwater or in an airless environment.

Driving (trucks & tanks) * Marksmanship (rifle)
Martial Arts B & C
The Mighty Crusaders * The U.S. Army
Lancelot Strong was born Roger Fleming, the son of Cooper City scientist Malcolm Fleming. Fleming's career was devoted to tapping the latent powers of the human brain, to make men "more than mere men." Testing his theories on his son, Malcolm kept the boy in a germ-free environment within a huge bubble, at the same time feeding him micro-electrical stimuli through a specially designed helmet.

When fellow scientists threatened to bring Malcolm up on charges of mistreating his child, the scientist drove off with his son. But they were pursued by communists who wanted Fleming's secrets; trying to elude them, Fleming drove off a cliff.

The child survived and was found by Fairfield County farmers Abel and Martha Strong. They raised him as their own and, years later, when he returned to the overgrown wreckage of his father's van, Lancelot found a notebook which explained powers he never realized he had. He also found a costume which his father intended him to wear when, according to the a notebook, he "protects all mankind from the forces that would cause it harm."

Drafted into the army, Lancelot became a career soldier. Assigned to the tank division at Fort Patton, he was later transferred to Fort Sherman in the Midwest, where he worked his way up to captain.

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