OOC: New character approved.
IC: Daxer Phyrus
Location: Hospital Foyer
"Who's talking hostage situation? I had something else in mind. Hold on..." Daxer linked in to the hero comms; "Hey, Zib, can you tell me the status of a 'Jimmy Abacus'? We might need his help over here. You might need to search in the hidden directory, considering his current... line of work."
OOC: Making a new character
Name: Jimmy Abacus
Powers and Abilities:
Technopathy - Can access the hard code of any machine in close proximity to him. The closer he is to said machinery, the stronger his access to its code. He can then re-write, inspect, or even erase the code of the machine, something he has become quite proficient at through the years.
Speed and agility - Jimmy is very quick and agile, and is capable of dodging most attacks, which is very useful for someone with no real offensive capabilities.
Quick mind - Jimmy's processing power has been greatly increased to allow him to think faster, which comes to use when trying to tamper with something's code.
Gear: Jimmy has a hacking kit which allows him to get direct access to any machinery when his powers prove to not be enough on their own. He can also use this kit to link directly to the hero-net, which gives him greater processing capabilities, allowing him to hack and process code faster than normal. He also has a simple multi-setting energy pistol, and a mandatory field kit used for self repair or repair of other field operatives.
Appearance: Jimmy is a bit shorter than other heroes, and very much so thinner, but this is a useful feature that allows him access to places bigger heroes normally wouldn't be able to access. His armour is a metallic black, with green light lines forming cyber patterns all over his body. He can shut the lights off when he needs to be stealthy. His eyes are a bright green.
Bio: Jimmy is currently a black-ops operative. He is undoubtedly one of the calmest heroes around, and is able to keep a level head in the most stressful of situations; something that comes to use when for example he's hacking a bomb's timer and there's only a few seconds left until it detonates. He is always calculating the best way to approach situations, and his enhanced processing power means he can do this very quickly, assessing situations from every angle and taking every variable into account before drawing a conclusion.
GM NPC ZIB
"Jimmy Abacus? You're asking for a black ops Hero - I thought you guys already had Striker down there. He's charged and ready to go, but not sure what you would need him for right off hand. "
GM NPC HEALER BOT
The bot tried to move off of Daxer Phyrus' line of fire. Slowly. It did not like being targeted, and was programmed to avoid being attacked.
GM NPC EVIL BRAINS
The evil brains began their work of dissembling Splint's hero pod and a few other wrecked ones nearby, building something that looked a little bit like a Hero dropship. Time was of the essence, after all.
Some brains included some parts from the cannon nearby, through. While this craft might not be the most stable one in existance, it would have some form of energy weaponry.
GM NPC DUMACC
"NOOOOOOOO! Robots, take them down!
GM IC ???
Punch robot in the face.
Four robots on the floor in pieces.
Didn't hesitate for a minute before punching out one of four robots surrounding Katherine. It went down.
Saw all three robots turn and try to go down the stairs. Heard Sarcen and Phyrus' conversation. Heard Dumacc's order. Punched out another robot. Watched the other two go down the stairs.
Looked at Katherine. Looked tired. Didn't exactly have to change forms to do that. He was going to need more mass soon. More energy.
His plans would have to change soon, as well. Karter and his minions were losing, it seemed, although the tide could turn otherwise at any second. But if the Heroes found Project Sunstorm...and they figured out that his little project wasn't tied to Karter's and Dumacc's little puppet show, although, given all the precautions, might take awhile...then he needed to be off planet with his hand over the button.
But why not sit here in this tower and enjoy reports of his enemies' demise for just a little bit longer? After all, half the fun of killing was knowing just who you were putting a miserable end too, hmm.
Edited by fishers64, Sep 16 2015 - 10:11 AM.