Name: Anthony Fitzgerald A.K.A. “Bony Tony”
OOC: Police Tactical Assault/SWAT
Occupation: Security Contractor
HP – 21
SDC – 39
Intelligence Quotient – 11
Mental Endurance – 13
Mental Acuity – 11
Physical Strength – 15
Physical Prowess – 22
Physical Endurance – 18
Physical Beauty – 15
Speed – 30
Aerobic Athletics: +1 to disarm, +1 to pull punch, +2d4 SDC and +2 to kicking damage. Sense
of Balance (30% + 5% per level of experience)
Athletics: +1 to parry and dodge, +1 to roll with impact/punch/fall, +1 to PS, +1d6 to Speed,
and +1d8 to SDC
Forced March: +2 to PE, +1d4 to Speed, +2d6 to SDC
Hand to Hand (Commando): Start with 4 attacks/actions per melee round, WP Paired weapons, Body Flip/Throw, Body Block/Tackle, and +2 to save vs Horror Factor.
+1 on initiative, +1 to strike, +2 to parry and dodge, +3 to roll with punch/fall/impact, and
+3 to pull punch.
Physical Endurance Bonus: +6% save vs coma/death, +2 save vs magic/poison.
Physical Prowess Bonus: +4 to parry, dodge, and strike bonus
Running: +1 to PE, +4d4 to Speed, and +1d6 to SDC
Special Aptitude Bonus: Quick Reflexes (+1 action per melee and +1 to dodge)
Special OCC Bonus: +2 to strike with modern weapons/guns, +1 to pull punch and +1 to roll
Actions Per Melee Round 5
Roll with Impact +5
Base Strike +5
Strike (Guns) +7
Strike (Handguns, Rifles, Shotguns, and Heavy Weapons) +8
- Strike and parry simultaneously. In other words those skilled in WP paired weapons can
often perform two actions for every one melee attack/action.
- Twin, simultaneous strikes agaist same target. Both weapons hit at once but it is
considered ONE melee attack/action (roll only once to strike). The defender under attack
can only try to parry one of the two weapons coming for him for his defensive parry. The
other will strike unless he too is using two weapons or a weapon and a shield and has
the WP paired weapons skill to try and block both simultaneous attacks.
- Strike two different targets (or strike one and parry other incoming attack),
simultaneously; both must be within reach.
- Parry two different attackers, one with each hand.
- Can fire a traditional two-handed weapon one handed without penalty (normally the shooter loses all strike bonuses.
- Can shoot over his shoulder by holding up a mirror and using the reflection to aim. Reduce the bonus to strike by half.
- Accurately shoot while riding a horse or moving vehicle (normally a wild shot), but strike bonuses are half and a “Called Shot” is impossible.
- Shoot accurately while standing on head or hanging upside down; all bonuses are applicable at full.
- Dodge, roll or somersault and come up shooting (normally a wild shot), no bonuses or penalties, straight roll of the dice.
- Ricochet shot, the shooter can bounce bullets, arrows, slings and other fired projectiles off of one surface and angle the shot in such a way that the prokectile ricochets and bounces off and hits a different/second target. Inflicts only one point of damage to the first surface and full damage to the second. Reduce bonuses to strike by half.
9mm 15/15 + 1 round
.45 15/15 + 1 round
Tony is a guy and he likes doing stuff, stuff with things involved. He was in the regular police for a little while but due to the constraints of the law and minimal pay he moved into the realm of private security, which while there wasn’t a whole lot of glory involved it was much more lucrative. A number of years back the United States Geological Survey needed a replacement on their security team, it seems that the last guy fell in bad with some bad people and ended up dead in a chinatown whorehouse. He didn’t mind the work, the people were nice enough and all he had to do was glare menacingly at anybody trying to touch the equipment. The USGS, instead of deciding to hire someone full-time to put Tony on retainer from the Security Company. Them bureaucratic types love filling out paperwork.
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