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Heroicus Personae

The Man from Atlantis
Fighting:Typical (6)
The Man from Atlantis
Agility:Good (10)
Strength:Excellent (20)
Endurance:Excellent (20)
Reason:Typical (6)
Intuition:Good (10)
Psyche:Typical (6)
Health:56
Karma:22
Resources:Poor (4)
Popularity:0
Physical Description:
Height: 5' 11" Hair: Black
Weight: 175 lbs. Eyes: Blue
Powers/Equipment:
WATER BREATHING:
Mark Harris has gills in his neck to extract oxygen from the water. He is able to breathe air for up to 12 hours at a time, but must return to an underwater environment after that time.

WATER FREEDOM:
Harris is adapted for movement in the water, possessing webbed hands and feet. He can move as easily in water as normal humans do on land. However, due to these adaptations, he has a +2CS to Strength and Endurance on land, and a -2CS to Agility.

ENHANCED SIGHT:
Harris' eyes are abnormally sensitive to light -- he can see in almost total darkness, but must wear special dark lenses to avoid being blinded in regular daylight.

THE CETACEAN:
Mark Harris has access to a mobile underwater laboratory. The stats are as follows:

The Cetacean
Type

Sub
Cost

Am (50)
Control

Gd (10)
Speed

Pr (4)
Body

Rm (30)
Protection

Ex (20)

The Cetacean does not carry missles or weaponry of any kind. Rather, it is an ocean-going laboratory for conducting tests and surveys, and is equipped with scientific equipment of all kinds.

Talents:
Oceanography * Navigation
Contacts:
Foundation for Oceanic Research
Background:
Mark Harris was found washed ashore on a Califomia beach, unconscious and with a bump on his head. However, lacking lungs and sporting a pair of gills in his throat -- not to mention webbed fingers and toes -- it was obvious to oceanographer Dr. Elizabeth Merrill that he was not quite human.

Taking him from the hospital where he'd been brought, and submerging him in the ocean, the woman revived the fish-man only to discover that he had lost his memory. Making occasional forays into the ocean, he eventually learned little more than that he is the last survivor of the underwater civilization of Atlantis.

With nowhere else to go, he stayed at the institute, working with Dr. Merrill and the crew of the subsea ship The Cetacean to learn more about the oceans and to fight crime on the high seas -- crimes which included the kidnapping of a mermaid, hi-tech underwater gear going mad, and the nefarious doings of the evil Mr. Schubert.

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