Name: Scott Lang
Experience: 45 (Veteran)
Power Level: Pulp Hero (15 PP)
Agility d8; Smarts d8; Spirit d6; Strength d6; Vigor d6
Pace 6; Parry 5; Charisma 0; Toughness 5
Hindrances: Heroic, Loyal, Pacifist (m), Poverty.
Edges: Arcane Background (Super Powers), Luck, Scholar (Electronics), Scavenger, Thief, Dodge.
Skills: Climbing d6, Fighting d6, Investigation d6, Knowledge (Computers) d6, Knowledge (Electronics) d8, Lockpicking d6, Notice d8, Persuasion d4, Repair d8, Stealth d8, Throwing d4.
Inventory: Ant-Man Suit, Particle Disks (×5 Growth, ×5 Shrink).
- Animal Control (1): Telepathic Link. Device (–1, earpiece or Helmet), Limitation (–2, ants only).
- Attack, Melee (1): Damage Str+d6, Lethal, Multiple Attacks. Contingent on shrink, Limitation (–1, does not affect characters smaller than Size –2).
- Doesn't Breathe (1): Device (–1, Helmet).
- Shrink (9): Size –4, –4 to hit. Density, Quick Change, Tiny. Device (–1, Ant-Man Suit).
- Super Edge (3): The Best There Is (shrink), Ultimate Power (shrink), Device (–1, Ant-Man Suit).
He spent 5 years in jail, but when he got out he swore that he would only work legitimate jobs to make up for his time away. This, however, didn't work out well at all, and after being banned from seeing his daughter until he could make up for the child support he hadn't been able to pay, he decided to hit the house of a rich old man named Hank Pym.
Hank Pym planted an old super hero suit to see if Scott would be able to steal it away, but after realizing what the suit actually did—shrink him down to just over the size of an ant—Scott tried to return the suit, but was caught due to Hank's daughter, Hope. Eventually, they convinced him to attempt a heist on Cross Technologies—formerly Pym Technologies—to keep the Yellow Jacket suit from falling into the wrong hands, and Scott learned to use the suit and communicate with ants.
After fighting Falcon for a missing piece of tech, and learning how to use Pym's Particle Disks, the heist was a success. The Pym Tech building was destroyed with the Cross Particle and designs for the Yellow Jacket still inside.
Scott has since kept in touch with Pym, is likely involved with Hope, and is being sought after by the Avengers after his encounter with Falcon. And he's able to see his daughter on a regular basis again. All around happy endings.
The Particle Disks work to either Shrink something down to fit in the palm of your hand (Size –3 or –4 for just about anything), or make them grow to be the same size to normal humans as they were to an Ant-Man sized person. These disks do not stack on the same object. Yeah, it's not really something that makes a lot of sense but really, why would it? Shit's weird.