Analogy

A super-genius power-mimic... and classic awkward teenager

Description:

Name: Jonathon Alexander Williams/Franklin Ash
Height: 5’9 (Analogy/Jonathon)/ 5’11 (Franklin)
Weight: 150 (Jonathon)/ 155 (Franklin)/ 160 (Analogy)
Eye Color: Hazel (Jonathon)/ Emerald Blue (Franklin)/ Emerald Green (Analogy)
Hair: Wild, shoulder length, and unkept even when tamed, dusty brown (Jonathon)/ Short, well kept, with a small spit curl, and black (Franklin)/ Middle parted comes down to eyebrow length, and black (Analogy)

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ATTRIBUTES

  • Strength: 0 (10)
  • Stamina: 4
    – Toughness: 4 (16)
    – Fortitude: 4
  • Agility: 0
    – Dodge: 0
  • Dexterity: -1
    – Ranged Attacks: -1
  • Fighting: 0 (8)
    – Parry: 0 (8)
    – Unarmed: 0 (14)
  • Intellect: 12
  • Awareness: 12
    – Will: 16
  • Presence: -1

SKILLS

- Deception: Takes 10 (vocal/sound mimicry 20)
- Expertise (Strategy): 2 (19)
- Expertise (Trivia): 2 (19) Can take ten
- Insight: 2 (14)
- Investigation: 4 (16)
- Perception: 6 (18)
- Technology: 8 (20/25) Can take ten; can take twenty with use of a hero point
- Treatment: 2 (14/19)
- Vehicles: Takes 10

ADVANTAGES

- Animal Empathy
- Assessment
- Benefit: Wealth: 4, Cipher: 2, Alternate Identity
- Diehard
- Eidetic Memory
- Equipment: 4
- Favored Environment: Desert
- Fearless
- Improvised Tools
- Inventor
- Skill Mastery (Deception)
- Skill Mastery (Tech)
- Skill Mastery (Trivia)
- Skill Mastery (Vehicles)
- Ultimate Effort (Tech)
- Well Informed

POWERS

  • Copycat Absorption – 20 (100 power points) variable to mimic others traits, move action, continuous; is limited by perception check {DC 25}, can be resisted by will {DC 30}, mental abilities, skills, advantages, and powers must be activated, generates minor nuisance with personality voices, and must be within close proximity:
    Currently is mimicing: (65 out of 65 points)
    Atomic Skull:: close attack advantage +4, and athletics skill +2.
    Cheetah: strength +7, close attack advantage +1, and speed +8 movement.
    Right of Way: fighting +5, close attack +1.
    Manchester Black: telekinetic strike +6.
    Alagon Gorton: Str +3, Fght +3, Interpose, Power Attack.
  • Fairy Tail Evolution – Diehard, Life Support Immunity, Sleep Immunity, Physical Quickness (6; completes day long task in 30 minutes), Regeneration (5; toughness penalties are removed every other round at one point), Temporal Inertia, Vocal Mimicry
  • God’s Fruit Mind – Assessment, Eidetic Memory, Mental Quickness (10; completes day long tasks in 4 minutes), Tech Mastery, Ultimate Effort (Tech)
  • Kinetic Adaptation (dynamic array)- Absorption of kinetic energy (10 dmg) generates stamina and fades (1 pt/round), grants physical protection (toughness +8)
CONTACTS

- The Goddamn Batman
- Boston PD: Lt. Scratchy McIrish (cause I can’t remember his actual name)
- The Minutemen
- Mayor Michael Godfrey
- [unofficially] Cheetah
- Doom x 1
- Jane Mossman

EQUIPMENT
- Headquarters Array -
  • Equivalence Base: a huge hidden high tech base just outside downtown Northwest Boston.
  • Analogous Suit (Mark I): provides protection +2, with wide array utility belt, and high tech helmet.
  • Analogous Suit (Mark II): protection +4, high tech perception/audio Helmet/Cowl System, “power” knuckles (Str +4 dmg), wide array utility Belt, quick change: seems to come from the upper dermis layer through the pores like liquid.
  • Osaka Glide (modded Honda CVR)
- Minutemen Array -
Motivations:
  • Justice against those who would seek to do others great harm.
  • Responsibility to live up to the high standards left behind by his now deceased parents (a golden standard to essentially be a paragon for humanity)
Complications:
  • His personality is slightly malleable because of “The Voices” that he hears when he is in solitude and within his dreams (including daydreams)
  • Is currently a College Student at MIT
  • Has a rivalry with Paragons because they represent the buffoonery of costumed heroes, and the falsehoods generally associated with the examples of humanity. No one is infallible, especially not the Big Blue Boy Scout
  • His true identity is a secret, and he hides his new identity while being Analogy. There is also the fact of his parent’s death. Some of his extended family believes, since he was the only survivor of his family’s death, that he is somehow partially responsible.
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Bio:

Version 1

Part 1: The Basics

1. What is your full name? Jonathon Alexander Williams
2. Where and when were you born? Roanoke, Virginia; November 15, 1996 (a strong sixteen)
3. Do you have any siblings? Had, a brother and a sister.
4. Where do you live now, and with whom? Outside a random desert town in Nevada. My friends the flora and fauna. Occasionally a hulking green man, but he likes to be left alone. Learned that the hard way…
5. Write a full physical description of yourself: I am rather ordinary. A solid 5’9 feet and 150 pounds on a good day. Dusty brown hair that is in need of a haircut, and even when maintained still has a wild look to it. My eyes are hazel and shimmer and reflect the colors around me. I prefer functional clothes to help offset the environment around me.
6. Do you have any allergies, diseases, or other physical weaknesses? I used to have asthma, but that all washed away on my tenth birthday. Man was that week a surprise. Some allergies remain, but they’re more a nuisance than a hindrance.
7. What does your voice sound like? A deep, suave, baritone that can drop the girl’s panties quicker than you can say, “What was that noise?” I wish, some guys have all the luck. Mine’s got a slight distinction of some American accent that is awash in pre-pubescence.
8. What do you have in your pockets? Gum, a pocket-watch, and some kicking ray-bans..from the 1980s.
9. Do you have any quirks, strange mannerisms, annoying habits, or other defining characteristics? The voices, is what I call them. Flecks of personality that I pick up from other peeps. I probably do things without even noticing, but because of the voices those quirks are “normal”.

Part 2: Past Influences

10. What do you consider the most important event of your life so far? The week of my tenth birthday, without a doubt. Imagine ‘Through the Looking Glass’ meets ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’…yeah.
11. Who has had the most influence on you? My parents.
12. What do you consider your greatest achievement? Surviving the desert.
13. What is your greatest regret? Not being able to save them.
14. When was the time you were the most frightened? Watching my family die, and being utterly helpless.
15. If you could change one thing from your past, what would it be, and why? Being able to save my family, isn’t that pretty obvious?

Part 3: Beliefs And Opinions

16. Are you basically optimistic or pessimistic? I try to be optimistic, but there is something to be said for being a realist.
17. What is your greatest fear? In your opinion, what is the most evil thing any human being could do? Letting other children suffer the same fate I did. To take loving parents away from a child.
18. What do you believe makes a successful life? Connections, powerful ones.
19. How honest are you about your thoughts and feelings? Is there anything you absolutely refuse to do under any circumstances? Why do you refuse to do it? I haven’t been around people much since the incident, so had to make up friends (which considering ‘the voices’ wasn’t as difficult as you’d imagine), and of course the flora and fauna make for excellent companions.
20. Who or what, if anything, would you die for (or otherwise go to extremes for?) Myself, I would like to say the children, but when it actually came down to it, I’m not sure.

Part 4: Relationships with Others

23. In general, how do you treat others? Does your treatment of them change depending on how well you know them, and if so, how? Treat them as they would treat another. You can tell a lot about someone by the way they treat others. Respect them if they respect the balance of life. If not, they’re not worth the time, or a psychopath.
24. Who is the person you respect the most, and why? Both of my parents, they’re the reason I am trying to be the best that I can be. Not to steal a phrase.
25. Who are your friends? Do you have a best friend? Describe these people: There’s little Johnny he’s bright, optimistic and naïve. There’s Abigail she’s considerate and wise but can be a little pessimistic. And then there’s John and Margaret, they’re paragons of humility and resourcefulness to be capable of living in this world and raise three children.
26. How close are you to your family? Who would you turn to if you were in desperate need of help? I was close, but now I’m an outsider. It was my fault.
27. Who is the person you despise the most, and why? The Doctor. That son of a bitch needs to have his head examined, in more ways than one.
28. Do you tend to argue with people, or avoid conflict? They can try, to argue.
29. Do you tend to take on leadership roles in social situations? Not unless there is food, or a family in danger. Otherwise I’ve got things to do, and people to not see.
30. Do you care what others think of you? The desert doesn’t care.

Part 5: Likes and Dislikes

32. What is/are your favorite hobbies and pastimes? I love watching movies.
33. What is your most treasured possession? Without a doubt the watch. It’s an heirloom.
34. What is your favorite color? The amber hues of the desert sun setting.
35. What is your favorite food? Free, if I have to go ethnicity: “Mexican”.
36. What, if anything, do you like to read? Is it a book, with words?
37. Do you smoke, drink, or use drugs? If so, why? Do you want to quit? My time in ‘Wunderland’, or whatever it was really called, brought out some: terrifying and amazing in varying degrees. There really isn’t a need for drugs after seeing that, or all the drugs in the world. I’m currently in the all-set department.
38. What makes you laugh? Life and all its actors.
39. What, if anything, shocks or offends you? The brutality and inefficiency of man.
40. How do you deal with stress? Fairly well, I guess? I’m not out blowing people’s heads off.
41. Are you spontaneous, or do you always need to have a plan? There is a time and place for spontaneity, but it’s best to have a plan.

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Version 2

Part 1: The Basics

1. What is your full name? Franklin Ash
2. Where and when were you born? Carson City, Nevada, October 27, 1993
3. Do you have any siblings? One, Johnny Ash, we’re somewhat estranged in recent years. He’s off doing his own things, having completed his degree with the online university. The birth certificate says he’s younger, but he is wise beyond his years.
4. Where do you live now, and with whom? I currently reside in my dormitory at MIT. I share a room with a pleasant fellow, who seems more intent on going to parties than class. I respect, and envy him for his ability to pass his courses with the social life he holds down.
5. Write a full physical description of yourself: My mother says, “I’m handsome”, but we all know that means I’m possibly above average. I have no illusions, I’m not Justin Beiber, thank god. A solid 5’11 feet and 155 pounds. I dress in a professional manner as befit someone who is trying to succeed in this world. My black hair is well kept and short, my eyes are considered an emerald blue.
6. Do you have any allergies, diseases, or other physical weaknesses? I used to have asthma, but that all washed away on my tenth birthday. It simply seemed to vanish. Thank god for modern medicine.
7. What does your voice sound like? I would imagine my voice sounds distinctly American to some, especially those outside of the United States, but to those within its borders it no doubt sounds simply plain.
8. What do you have in your pockets? Gum, a pocket-watch, a smartphone, and my billfold.
9. Do you have any quirks, strange mannerisms, annoying habits, or other defining characteristics? I’ve overheard some people mention that I’m odd for preferring the company of books to the life of parties. It feels rather forced to be in such a demanding social setting, perhaps I should get out to one of these parties I keep hearing about.

Part 2: Past Influences

16. What do you consider the most important event of your life so far? The week of my tenth birthday. Despite being only ten years old I realized my purpose in life was to help other people ‘less fortunate’ than me, and some of the least fortunate people are orphans.
17. Who has had the most influence on you? My parents, my father’s dead, but my mother is survived by my brother and myself.
18. What do you consider your greatest achievement? Being able to provide for my life giver.
19. What is your greatest regret? Not having been able to do it sooner. My father vanished into the desert, and my brother is on a half-cocked notion to try and find him. That leaves the company to me, my mother was unable to takeover due to mental stress, and my brother did not want the responsibility. If our money could’ve been used more wisely, perhaps Dad would still be with us.
20. When was the time you were the most frightened? I don’t think I’ve ever truly been frightened, but perhaps my first asthma attack. Again thank god for my mother.
21. If you could change one thing from your past, what would it be, and why? Helping my Dad sooner. Perhaps if I would have noticed the signs sooner, we could’ve prevented his ‘disappearance’.

Part 3: Beliefs and Opinions

21. Are you basically optimistic or pessimistic? I’m fairly optimistic, but sometimes the real smacks you in the face and you’re left with no choice.
22. What is your greatest fear? In your opinion, what is the most evil thing any human being could do? Leaving a child behind. Not in the sense of Education, although that’s up there, but creating orphans is so vile.
23. What do you believe makes a successful life? A nice suit, good looks, and connections. It’s all about who you know.
24. How honest are you about your thoughts and feelings? Is there anything you absolutely refuse to do under any circumstances? Why do you refuse to do it? I’m not around very many people to discuss these matters. Most things are better left alone to deal with internally, but then that was how my Dad was and look where it got him. Given the status of my family, I’m not allowed to fail. Which in some minds would be too great a responsibility, and of course it isn’t as melodramatic as the initial thought of failing. I simply cannot dip too far below the line of success, or else those who rely and count on me will fall too.
25. Who or what, if anything, would you die for (or otherwise go to extremes for?) Die? I would like to say my Mother, but when it actually came down to it, I’m not sure I could. If I could I would try to save us both, if I died trying to save my Mother I would imagine she would not be far behind.

Part 4: Relationships with Others

31. In general, how do you treat others? Does your treatment of them change depending on how well you know them, and if so, how? Treat them as they would treat another. You can tell a lot about someone by the way they treat others. Respect them if they respect the balance of life. If not, they’re not worth the time, or a psychopath.
32. Who is the person you respect the most, and why? I should say ‘My parents’, but I think my brother. Who despite his youth, he’s attempting a suicidal mission to find our Dad. Most people would look at that and find only folly, but there is a certain moxie that I cannot ignore. Not to mention, that if anyone can do it, it would be him.
33. Who are your friends? Do you have a best friend? Describe these people. Johnny is probably my best friend. Despite the two of us having moved apart in these last few years. There’s Wes, the guy from Economics 404, don’t ask me why, but he’s always gone out of his way to interact with me. It feels fairly genuine. Of course, there’s Kat Thompson, who I would like to be more friends. We’ve had four classes together, and she’s as bright as anyone can be: socially, mentally, and personality-wise, but I kind of doubt she even knows I exist.
34. How close are you to your family? Who would you turn to if you were in desperate need of help? My mother and I are pretty close, but with my work load and her distress over Johnny’s move into the desert and her husband disappearing.
35. Who is the person you despise the most, and why? The man who did this to my Dad. He needs to have his head examined. A low-life not really worth my breath, but I can’t help but want to see him pay.
36. Do you tend to argue with people, or avoid conflict? I’m not one for debates, but most people tend to lose when discussing their points with me.
37. Do you tend to take on leadership roles in social situations? I guess it would depend on the social situation. Most times no, but at the Orphanage I guess the kids look to me as a leader. I also had to take charge in the family business.
38. Do you care what others think of you? That I’m an introvert and a nerdy bookworm. Most of my fellow classmates don’t realize my financial prowess and clout. Which I’m thankful for.

Part 5: Likes and Dislikes

42. What is/are your favorite hobbies and pastimes? I really enjoy a good game of chess. To take in a dramatic thriller, either in film or literature format. Nothing works for me though, like taking a long run.
43. What is your most treasured possession? Without a doubt the watch. It’s an heirloom.
44. What is your favorite color? The amber hues of the desert sun setting.
45. What is your favorite food? If I have to go ethnicity: “Mexican”.
46. What, if anything, do you like to read? Despite my double major, I always find time for a personal read.
47. Do you smoke, drink, or use drugs? If so, why? Do you want to quit? Some people use adderall as a ‘study aid’, but I prefer the run.
48. What makes you laugh? Life is fairly astounding. I can’t believe I was once an asthmatic, and now I look forward to marathons.
49. What, if anything, shocks or offends you? The brutality of man.
50. How do you deal with stress? Again, I’m not really allowed to realize the reality of these situations. I kind of have to turn off the stress, which is likely why I go for, and enjoy, long runs.
51. Are you spontaneous, or do you always need to have a plan? Spontaneity is partly what got my father where he is, I’ve found that plans work far better.

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