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Wade Wilson [public]


Afilliations Solo D10 Buddy D8 Team D6

Distinctions Completely Unpredictable
The Merc with a Mouth
Totally Insane
4D+1 PP or 8D

Enhanced Reflexes D8 Enhanced Strength D8
Godlike Stamina D12 Psychic Resistance D12
SFX: Breaking the Fourth Wall. When one of your opportunities is activated to add ad6 to the doom pool, replace it with a d4. Spend 1 PP to do this to an existing d6 in the doom pool.
SFX: Immunity. Spend 1 PP to ignore telepathy or mind control.
SFX: Healing Factor. Spend 1 PP to recover your physical stress and step back your physical trauma by –1.
Unstable: Mutant. Step up mental stress to gain 1 PP.

Teleport D10 Weapon D8
SFX: Unnecessary Sales-Boosting Violence. Against a single target, step up or double a Toys for Boys die. Remove the highest rolling die and use three dice for your total.
SFX: They Can Cut Through A Tank...Honest! Step back the highest die in your attack action pool to add a d6 and step up physical stress inflicted.
SFX: I Can Use Two At Once! On your next action or reaction, replace a Weapon die with 2d6. 
Limit: Gear Shutdown a Toys for Boys power to gain 1 PP. Take an action vs. the doom pool to recover.

Specialties Acrobatics Expert D8 Covert Master D10
Psych Expert D8 Combat Master D10
Menace Expert D8

Milestone Mysterious Past
1 XP when you reference a past connection with another character, real or imagined.
3 XP when you put another character at serious risk in order to explore your past connection with that character.
10 XP when you discover a significant fact about your past and have a serious emotional or mental breakthrough, or you discover a significant fact about your past and decide it isn’t a big deal at all because mental breakthroughs are hard work.

Milestone Go Straight
1 XP when you pull your punches to keep from hurting a target.
3 XP when you betray someone or maim a target.
10 XP when you put your life on the line to protect someone, or you commit a villainous act that gets you kicked off the team.

The Weapon X program altered mercenary Wade Wilson, heightening his physical abilities and giving him a healing factor similar to Wolverine. This made him an effective operative, but side effects from his transformation disfigured him and unbalanced his mind. As Deadpool, Wade became a government operative and later a killer for hire.

<unauthorized user edit>: I’m also the lost son of the Asgardian trickster god Loki. Why doesn’t anyone mention that?

Deadpool worked as a mercenary and assassinfor years, alternating between trying to recover hislost past and ignoring it entirely. Over time, Wilson has become less of a villain and more of an adventurer for hire—albeit a very unorthodox and unstable one. He has fought both with and against various heroes and villains, most notably Cable, Wolverine, and Agent X.

Wilson switches allegiances frequently, even in the middle of a fight. He also talks constantly, cracking jokes and making odd references. He frequently talks to an unseen “audience” as though he’s a fictional character. Underneath this behavior is a deeply scarred man unsure of what is real and what is an elaborate delusion caused by his superhuman abilities.

<unauthorized user edit>: Okay, I suppose that’s fair. But hey, it keeps things interesting, right, folks?

Abilities & Resources
Deadpool’s healing factor allows him to recover from dismemberment, even decapitation, if the severed pieces are reattached. This power also greatly increases his lifespan and resistance to drugs and disease. Rampant and unrestrained cell growth causes his cerebral tissues to recover quickly from psychological trauma and renders him incredibly resistant to psychic powers such as mind control and telepathy. Wilson’s physical abilities are also augmented, him increased strength and agility.

In addition to his powers, Deadpool is a highly trained soldier, assassin, and covert operative. He is particularly adept with bladed weapons and firearms, and fights so unpredictably that even skilled tacticians have a hard time following his moves. He also possesses various pieces of advanced technology, most notably a teleportation device. He has used an image inducer in the past to conceal his scarred features and appear normal.

<unauthorized user edit>: I also make a great tiramisu and knit cunning wool hats.

Deadpool has worked with numerous heroes and villains, from Cable to Taskmaster. Due to his personality problems and insanity, it’s hard to consider most of these people allies much less friends, though he might call on some of them for help in a pinch. In addition to temporary partnerships, Deadpool has a couple of close confidants, most notably his manager Sandi Brandenburg and the troubled genius known as Weasel.

<unauthorized user edit>: I’m also multilingual and once shot a man in Reno just…because someone paid me. Please don’t play me as if I’m an idiot. That’ll really annoy me. Toodles!

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