The Fist, and Foot, of God
Bless This House (-1)
Guide My Hand (-1)
Holy Touch (-1)
Redirected Force (-1)
Conviction: Superb (4)
Might: Great (3)
Endurance: Good (2)
Discipline: Fair (2)
Contacts: Average (1)
Presence: Average (1)
Weapons: Average (+1)
High Concept: The Fist, and Foot, of God
Trouble: Questionably Just Wrath
Phase One: Zach was well behaved in school, until he interacted with, and fought with, other kids. He took Kempo for years to help control his temper, but understood the various methods of punching other kids in the face better than how to talk to them.
Phase One Aspect: Fist + Classmates = Friends?
Phase Two: Growing up, Zach’s parents were only religious during major holidays. Zach’s attendance at Sunday school was cut short when the teacher reported his “conversations” with people that weren’t there. Years later, during Zach’s freshman year at OSU, the visions came back, telling him he needed to “wash the unclean.” Zach struggled to juggle his studies, the onerous quarter system, and the visions he never knew were or were not real.
Phase Two Aspect: Part-time Mystic
Phase Three “Necking on the Oval”: While walking back to his dorm from a night class, Zach sees a girl from Inorganic Chem making out with someone on a park bench. The old voices in his said kept telling him to smite the guy she was with, but Zach assumed that just stemmed from jealousy. Zach ignores them, until he sees the blood pouring from her neck and the fangs on her attacker. Zach rushed in to attack her assailant, but was left reconsidering the reality of the voices, his own strength, and how the hell he was going to finish his Late Antiquity Term Paper by the midnight deadline.
Phase Three Aspect: You’re only Crazy if the Voices aren’t Real
Phase Four, Richard’s “Trial By Fire”: Heeding the guidance of the Voice, Zach follows a group of Red Court Vampires to an ambush. They attack a pair of men who seemed to step out of nowhere and start throwing fire around. Out of nowhere a horse charges in and starts kicking in vampire heads. Zach doesn’t need the voice to tell him to lend some RCV whoopass; this is his kind of music.
Phase Four Aspect: I’m Here to Kick Ass and…Well…Kick Ass