Marvel Point Zero
Now you see her... now you don't!
Affiliations: Solo d6, Buddy d8, Team d10
Distinctions: Compassionate, Implaccable Will, Soul of the Team
Force Projection: Flight d6, Force Blast d10, Godlike Durability d12, Invisibility d12
- SFX: Area Attack. Target multiple opponents. For every additional target, add d6 to
your pool and keep +1 effect die.
- SFX: Force Constructs. When using Force Projection to create assets, add d6 and step
up effect die by +1.
- SFX: Multipower. Use two or more Force Projection powers in your dice pool, at –1
step for each additional power.
- SFX: Reactive Power. Spend 1 PP to add a Force Projection power to another character’s
dice pool before they roll a reaction. If that character takes physical stress,
take d6 mental stress.
- SFX: Force of Will. When using Godlike Durability in your dice pool, redirect physical
stress to mental stress at no cost. Redirect effect dice targeting your Force
Projection assets to yourself as mental stress. Spend 1 PP to step back either
redirected stress by –1.
- Limit: Conscious Activation. While stressed out, asleep, or unconscious, shutdown Force
Projection. Recover Force Projection when you recover that stress or wake up.
If you take mental trauma, shutdown Force Projection until you recover that
Specialties: Cosmic Expert d8, Covert Expert d8, Psych Master d10, Science Expert d8
- 1 XP when you stand up to another hero.
- 3 XP when you prove one of your decisions was best for your team.
- 10 XP when you stress out the last foe in an Action Scene, or another character acknowledges
your assistance was essential in saving the day.
- 1 XP when you first use your Reactive Power SFX in a Scene.
- 3 XP when you help another hero recover stress inflicted in a Scene in which you were
- 10 XP when you either accept membership on a team that includes a hero you have
helped recover or turn down an offer of membership unless that hero is excluded.
The children of a successful Long Island physician, Susan Storm and her brother Johnny lost their
parents to a car accident. Their mother died from her crash injuries, and their father spiraled into guiltfed self-destruction after failing to save his wife. Moving to California to live with her aunt, Sue met Reed Richards when he stayed as one of her aunt’s boarders. She would meet him again years later and start a relationship with him. That relationship was strong enough that she was able to convince Richards to allow her and her brother on board on the fateful spaceflight that gave all of them superhuman abilities.
As a member of the Fantastic Four, Sue initially proved a convenient hostage or stumbling block.
Over time, as her powers and confidence grew, that changed dramatically. By the time Susan
Storm became a happily married Susan Richards and mother to young son Franklin, she was a
vital member of the team. After an emotionally grueling experience under Psycho-Man’s control, a newly confident Sue, now aware that the extent of her powers was much greater than previously thought, changed her codename from “Invisible Girl” to “Invisible Woman.”
Susan is the mother of two extraordinary children, Franklin and Valeria. She is unique among her peers for the additional distinction of juggling active motherhood alongside her responsibilities as a costumed hero.