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Hero Name: Blackout
Real Name: Matty Morrican, Jr.
Man (or Boy, really… He’s pretty small, and I imagine he’s a bit younger than the others) White Scrawny Body Hand-me-down Clothing No Costume
LINEAGE: Type of Villain: Master Thief Relationship: Sadly Opposed Parent’s Abilities: Powerful allies, Arsenal of weapons and gadgets, Supremely honed skills My Abilities: A powerful weapon or gadget (the Blackout Program), Mastery of a single skillset (Actor)
Changed Sides When you mislead or trick anenemy by pretending to be on their side, roll + Danger. On a hit, they buy your charade for now. On a 7-9, choose 1. On a 10+, choose 2. • You avoid having to provide concrete evidence • You create an opportunity • You expose a weakness or flaw On a miss, someone else watching comes to theworst possible conclusion and acts on it.
White Lies When you comfort or support someone by telling them lies they want to hear, roll + Savior instead of + Mundane. On a hit, if they open up to you, take Influence over them.
- When you share a triumphant celebration with someone, ask them if you have earned their respect. If you have, take Influence over them and mark potential. If you have not, give them Influence over you and mark potential.
- When you share a vulnerability or weakness with someone, ask them if they would defend you against those who mistrust you. If they say yes, clear a condition and shift Savior up and any other Label down. If they say no, mark a condition and shift Danger up and any other Label down.
Measure and Knight have Influence over Blackout. Blackout has Influence over Lev the Enforcer and Measure.
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Moment of Truth
- People have always tried to define you by your lineage. As if from the moment you were born, you were meant to be some villain to be defeated. But...they’re right, aren’t they? That darkness is in you. So right here, right now, you’re not fighting it—you’re embracing it. Both hero and villain, and greater besides. You’re overcoming impossible odds in ways no hero would approve of, and no villain could comprehend. Of course, after seeing what you can really do when you embrace the whole of yourself, the rest of the world isn’t going to forget who you really are...