Real name: Logan Other known aliases: Patch, Weapon X, Runt, Death IV. Occupation: Hero and adventurer. Current group affiliation: X-Men Past group affiliations: Alpha Flight, Secret Wars Heroes, Weapon X program, ally of the Fantastic Four. Major enemies: Magneto, Sabretooth, Sentinels, Shadow King. First appearance: Incredible Hulk #181 Origin: Unrevealed Description: Wolverine is a muscular and rough looking man standing 5'3'' tall and weighing 195 lbs. He has black hair and brown eyes.
20 STR 10
20 DEX 30
23 CON 26
12 BODY 4
13 INT 3
14 EGO 8
20 PRE 10
10 COM 0
10 PD 6
10 ED 5
4 SPD 10
10 REC 2
46 END 0
34 STUN 0
Characteristics Cost: 114
Powers and Skills
4 4/4 Damage Resistance
9 +3 Enhanced PER,with all senses
48 2D6 HKA,vs physical defense,No Knockback(-1/4),0 END(+1/2),
3 Life Support,immune to disease
2 Life Support,immune to aging,Ages slowly.(-1/2)
5 8 Mental Defense
10 1 BODY Regen
4 8" Running 2
10 Tracking Scent
3 Acrobatics 13-
3 Animal Handler 11-
3 Climbing 13-
4 Fast Strike
1 Lang: Japanese
8 1 Levels,all combat
4 Martial Block
5 Off Strike
3 Streetwise 13-
3 Survival 11-
3 Tracking 12-
Powers Cost: 136
Base Points: 100
5 Distinctive,"Feral runt with funky hair style.",easily
5 Distinctive,"Sets off metal detectors.",easily concealable,
10 Distinctive,"Mutant",easily concealable,major
10 Enraged,"If his friends are injured.",common,occur 11-,
25 Hunted,"by various villains.",as powerful,non-combat
10 Psych Lim,"Wants to know about his past.",common,moderate
15 Psych Lim,"Protective of his teammates.",common,strong
15 Psych Lim,"Violent temper.",common,strong
5 Psych Lim,"Crude manners.",uncommon,moderate
15 Psych Lim,"In love with Jean/whoever.",common,strong
15 Rep,"The best there is at what he does.",occur 11-,extreme
5 Rivalry,"with Gambit or Cyclops.",professional
10 Watched,"by Professor X.",as powerful,non-combat influence,
Disadvantages Total: 150
Experience Spent: 0
Total Points: 250
Explanation of the conversion:
History: A star member of the X-Men, whose long, checkered, and mostly forgotten past remains a mystery to him. He is known to have teamed up with Captain America once briefly during World War II in saving the girl who would one day become the Black Widow. Although the Captain thought they worked well together, Logan didn't want a sidekick.
Wolverine's confusion is compounded by his recent discovery that many of his memories were artificially implanted. It is believed that Logan served as an agent of the Canadian government, when his mutant abilities were discovered, he was put though a series of procedures that bonded the unbreakable metal adamantium to his skeleton. Perhaps his most remarkable feature, and certainly his trademark, are the retractable adamantium claws!
As Weapon X he joined Weapon Alpha and Puck in combating the cosmic menace of Chinook (Alpha Flight Flashback #1).
As Weapon X, he worked for the Canadian government. They sent him against the Hulk (Incredible Hulk #181).
Following Wolverine's encounter with the Hulk, Canada's Department H conscripted him to lead Alpha Flight, a team of superhuman government agents. Wolverine aided in the initial phases of the team's creation and briefly served as field leader. On their first field mission against Egghead they lost team member Saint Elmo (Alpha Flight Special #1).
Wolverine left Department H at the request of the telepathic Professor Charles Xavier to help rescue the original X-Men from the clutches of the island-being known as Krakoa, although new Canadian hero team Alpha Flight wasn't very happy about his decision.
Wolverine remained with the X-Men, standing in defense of a world on the brink of genetic war, partly because he had fallen for telekinetic teammate Marvel Girl.
Once it was established that Bruce Banner's mind was in control of the Hulk's body, the Hulk was treated to a celebration in New York City where he received a presidential pardon from Ronald Reagan, the key to the city, and praise from a number of superheroes, including Wolverine (Incredible Hulk #279).
Wolverine worried about the disappearance of Colossus II when Colossus II was invited to take on the Champion of the Universe in a fighting contest at Madison Square Garden (Marvel Two-In-One Annual #7).
Wolverine was among the super heroes transported to the Battleworld by the Beyonder during the Secret Wars.
When the Fantastic Four went missing and believed possibly dead, Wolverine teamed up with the Hulk, Ghost Rider II and Spider-Man in forming a group to look for them.
Following an encounter with the mutant assassin Omega Red, Logan began to question his memories. However, all efforts to discover his true identity and past proved fruitless.
During one of the many clashes between the mutant terrorist Magneto and the X-Men, the Master of Magnetism tore the adamantium from Wolverine's body. Logan's extensive injuries shorted out his healing factor for a time, and
he learned the claws he believed had been a product of the Weapon X program were in fact a natural mutation. Wolverine's actual claws are bones, part of his skeletal structure.
Still without his adamantium, Logan was kidnapped by the would-be conqueror Apocalypse, perhaps the world's first mutant, and forced to fight the savage assassin Sabretooth for the mantle of the Horseman Death. Viewing himself as a more merciful candidate than his fellow mutant, Logan fought hard to win the battle. As a result, his skeleton again was laced with adamantium. Under the control of Apocalypse, Wolverine fought the X-Men ferociously in his Death persona. But with the help of his teammates, he eventually broke free from Apocalypse's control.
He was among the heroes incapacitated by Graviton when he attempted to take over the Earth once again (Thunderbolts #57).
Professor X, the Beast, Wolverine, Phoenix IV and Cyclops have re-opened Xavier's school, now called Xavier's Institute of Higher Learning, to the mutant population at large, training and educating new students to help them cope with their powers. Summers now helps to educate and train dozens of young mutants, many severely disfigured or requiring specialized training and technology.
Note: The character of Wolverine appeared in the X-Men film, the X-Men and X-Men:
Evolution television series.
Trivia: In the alternate future depicted in What If II #114 Logan married and had a daughter with follow X-Man Storm and named her Kendall Logan. This daughter became the hero known as Torrent, having her mother's control over weather as well as his father's feral abilities. In the M2 series of comics Wolverine and Electra had a daughter named Rina Logan, who became the super heroine called Wild Thing. In the alternate future that the Guardians of the Galaxy come from his great-great-granddaughter is the evil mutant queen called Rancor.
Powers: Wolverine possesses heightened senses, making him capable of seeing things at a maximum distance greater than that of a normal human. His hearing is enhanced in a similar manner, and he is able to recognize people and objects by scent, even if that person or object is hidden. Logan can use these enhanced senses to track anyone, with an impressive degree of success. He possesses retractable claws that are housed in his forearms. At will, Wolverine can release these claws through his skin between the knuckles on each hand. Lastly, Wolverine possesses an accelerated healing factor based on his physiology. While most normal humans heal injuries over a long period of time, Wolverine's healing factor speeds up that natural process. Wolverine ages at a very slow rate.
Wolverine's skeleton has been bonded with the indestructible metal adamantium. His claws are also covered with this metal and are razor sharp.
Links to other Wolverine pages:
Character created by Marvel Comics.
Champions rules conversion by Mathew R. Ignash - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Updated - May, 2003