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Marvel Super Heroes

Heroicus Personae

Owlman
Fighting:Remarkable (30)
Owlman
Agility:Excellent (20)
Strength:Good (10)
Endurance:Good (10)
Reason:Incredible (40)
Intuition:Monstrous (75)
Psyche:Monstrous (75)
Health:70
Karma:190
Resources:0
Popularity:0 (-50 on Earth-3)
Physical Description:
Height: 6' 0" Hair: Black
Weight: 200 Eyes: Blue
Powers/Equipment:
HYPNOTIC CONTROL:
Owlman can implant a post-hypnotic suggestion of Remarkable intensity by holding a target's gaze and gesturing for 3-5 seconds.

RESISTANCE TO DOMINATION:
Owlman has Unearthly resistance to all psyche-based forms of attack; this does not include emotion-based or magical attacks.

LINGUISTICS:
Owlman has a power-rank of Good in Linguistics, meaning that he can fully communicate in up to 10 languages at a time. He currently knows English, Spanish, Arabic, French, Mandarin, Cantonese, Russian, & Hindi; he can learn up to two more languages with no great effort. If he attempts to learn any beyond that, he must forfeit the knowledge of some of those he has already mastered.

Talents:
Psychiatry * Law Enforcement * Martial Arts B & E
Marksmanship (Guns) * Acrobatics * Criminology
Business/Finance * Logic & Probability * Poker
Contacts:
The Crime Syndicate of America * Per Degaton * The Weaponers of Qward
Background:
Dr. Thomas Wayne took his family into Gotham City for a movie, and was afterwards approached by the police. Dr. Wayne was wanted for questioning about suspicious activities -- he had been practicing as a doctor for members of the Gotham City underworld, who could not legally obtain medical care. He refused to accompany the police, and the officer drew his revolver and called for backup. Moments before the other officers arrived, a young hoodlum named Joe Chill exited a nearby alleyway. He recognized Dr. Wayne as a past ally, and attempted to help him. There was a shootout between Joe Chill and five policemen -- three of the policemen were killed at the scene and the other two mortally wounded, before they shot Joe Chill. Three non-combatants were caught in the crossfire -- Dr. Thomas Wayne, his wife Martha, and their eldest son Bruce. The only survivor was seven-year-old Robert Wayne.

Young Wayne blamed the police for the death of his parents, and considered Joe Chill the hero of the tragedy. Late one night, he knelt by the graves of his family and vowed that he would not rest until he had become the kind of man who would have won the shootout, thus saving innocent lives. Robert Wayne dedicated his life and inheritance to following in Joe Chill's footsteps, and beyond -- he would become the ultimate wise-guy street criminal.

Robert Wayne tirelessly trained: athletics, marksmanship, and study were the order of the day, every day. He learned the law, detective techniques, and police procedures so that he could better outwit the authorities. His wealth allowed him travel to the dirty underbelly of several world regions, the better to learn the down-and-dirty secrets of his calling. At one point, Wayne underwent training in east-Indian hypnosis rituals, and developed the power to control the actions of others.

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