|Qualities||Weapon- and Motorcycle-freak(mild Addiction)|
|Cyberware||Wired Reflexes 1, Muscle Replacement 1, Cybereyes(2) /w SL LL, FC, VM), Datajack, right Cyberhand /w Str+Ag 3 Enhancement|
|Attributes||B4 A4 R4 S4 C3 I3 L3 W4 Edg2 Ess1,92 Init 8 IP2|
|Skills||Armorer 4, Automotive Mechanics 3, Automatics 4, Pistols 3, Unarmed Combat 4, Intimidation 4, Survival 5, Pilot Groundcraft(Bikes) 2, Negotiation(Bargaining) 3|
|Languages||English N, Spanish 3, Russian 2, Cantonese(City) 1|
|Knowledge||Trideo Pirates 4, Current Events 3|
|Interests||Action Sims 2, SOTA Firearms 4, Hot Bikes 3|
|Gear||Ingram Warrior 10 (with root wood grips), HK MP5K, AK-97 Carbine, Ares Viper Slivergun, Survival Knife, Survival Kit, Tag Eraser, Lined Coat 6/4 (black), Black Sunglasses(3)(VE1 LL IL), Sony Emperor (3/3/2/3) /w Sim-Module, Suzuki Mirage, Yamaha Growler|
While she looks like a grease monkey in her blue overall during work hours, she changes the second she drops the tools and slips into a black leather catsuit, black sunglasses and black leather boots. She looks too cool to be a Scrapper. You know when you watch her grease back her black hair, she’s starting to look like a movie character.
She doesn’t drive a crossbike but prefers the Suzuki Mirage racing machine and has an ongoing relationship with Blaster, a ganger from the 405 Hellhounds. Nobody asks questions about it but she is without any doubt the best equipped character in the Nest.
Not just her clothings and her bike but also her automatic weapon, an AK carbine, and everything about her screams that she doesn’t come from the streets but that she is an ex-runner or something else. Someone who doesn’t belong to the Nest. But maybe she is just born with style and is fucking with the prejudice that a mechanic is boring. Maybe she’s just a damn geek girl.
Kerry lost her right hand when the Kabuki Ronin revenged themselves on the Scrappers for stealing their bike. She has since replaced it with a cyberhand that actually gives her greater strength and dexterity than she had before.
Stares at you
“Don’t touch my bike.”