Marvel Point Zero
The Sentinel of Liberty!
Affiliations: Solo d6, Buddy d8, Team d10
Distinctions: Lead by Example, Man out of Time, Sentinel of Liberty
Super-Soldier Program: Enhanced Durability d8, Enhanced Reflexes d8, Enhanced Stamina d8, Enhanced Strength d8
- SFX: Immunity. Spend 1 PP to ignore stress, trauma, or complications from poison,
disease, or fatigue.
- SFX: Last-Ditch Effort. Step up or double any Super-Soldier Program die on your
next roll, or spend 1 PP to do both, then shutdown that power. Recover power
by activating an opportunity or during a Transition Scene.
- SFX: Second Wind. Before you make an action including a Super-Soldier Program
power, you may move your physical stress die to the doom pool and step up the
Super-Soldier Program power by +1 for this action.
- Limit: Patriot. Earn 1 PP if you step up emotional stress inflicted by government forces
or popular opinion by +1.
Vibranium-Alloy Shield: Godlike Durability d12, Weapon d8
- SFX: Area Attack. Target multiple opponents. For every additional target, add d6 to
your pool and keep +1 effect die.
- SFX: Ricochet. Step up or double Weapon die against a single target. Remove highestrolling
die and add an additional die to your total.
- Limit: Gear. Shutdown Vibranium-Alloy Shield and gain 1 PP. Take an action vs. the
doom pool to recover gear.
Specialties: Acrobatic Master d8, Combat Master d10, Covert Expert d8, Psych Expert d8, Vehicles Expert d8
[You may convert Expert d8 to 2d6, or Master d10 to 2d8 or 3d6]
- 1 xp when you give an order to an ally.
- 3 xp when you take advice from an ally or utilize an ally-created asset to stress out a villain.
- 10 xp when you either create a new branch of the Avengers and select a leader for the team or step away from the Avengers, choosing an ally to take over as leader.
- 1 xp when you say something about how America has changed.
- 3 xp when you take stress attempting to change America for the greater.
- 10 xp when you either take a prominent position in the American government or military or set the Captain America mantle aside, declaring someone else more fit for the job of fighting for America while wearing and being the nation’s flag.
Born in the early 20th Century in New York City to poor Irish parents, Steve Rogers grew up sickly. Despite his heartfelt desire to aid his country in its struggle against the Axis powers, his frailties disqualified him from active military service. However, his unyielding determination and moral character resulted in his being chosen for the top-secret Operation: Rebirth project. Dr. Abraham Erskine’s Super-Soldier process transformed Rogers into a peerless physical specimen—a success that would never be reproduced thereafter, due to Erskine’s subsequent murder at the hands of a Nazi spy. Trained and equipped as a spy-busting propaganda asset to counterbalance Germany’s Red Skull, Rogers became Captain America. Accompanied by his partner Bucky Barnes, Captain America fought alongside the Sub-Mariner and the original Human Torch as a member of the Invaders.
While trying to stop a rocket weapon of Baron Zemo’s, Barnes apparently died and Rogers was lost
to the icy waters of the North Atlantic. The Super- Soldier formula put Rogers into a state of suspended animation, while the world thought him dead for decades. Eventually discovered and revived by the Avengers in more recent times, Captain America has had to adapt to a world half a century different than the one that shaped him.