Sunday, May 22, 2016

T'Challa—Black Panther

Arguably one of the highlights of Civil War, Black Panther is a serious badass. I've had a couple people ask for this, so here we are!

My primary concern with this is that, since T'Challa only had a supporting role in Civil War, I'm probably going to have to recompile him when his film comes out. On the bright side, that's not for another two years, so I have plenty of time until then to finish other heroes.

Serious spoilers below. Also, if you're reading this blog and haven't seen Civil War yet, go do that. Seriously, good movie.

Name: T'Challa
Race: Human
Experience: 60 (Heroic)
Power Level: Heavy Hitter (60 PP)
Agility d12; Smarts d10; Spirit d8; Strength d12+2; Vigor d8
Pace 6; Parry 10; Charisma 2; Toughness 21 (12)
Hindrances: Loyal, Overconfident, Ruthless (m), Vengeful (M).
Edges: Arcane Background (Super Powers), Alertness, Brave, Noble, Filthy Rich, Combat Reflexes, Counterattack, Improved Dodge, Improved Martial Artist, Killer Instinct, Two-Fisted, Acrobat, Level Headed, Traceur, Frenzy.
Skills: Fighting d12+2, Intimidation d10, Notice d8, Persuasion d6, Piloting d8, Stealth d10.
Inventory: Panther Habit.
Powers:
  • Armor +12 (12): Hardy, Heavy Armor. Device (–1, Vibranium Panther Habit).
  • Attack, Melee (8): Damage Str+d6, AP 6, Climb, Heavy Weapon, Multiple Attacks. Device (–1, Panther Habit). (Vibranium Claws.)
  • Leaping (1): Can leap 2" vertically or 4" horizontally.
  • Speed (4): Pace 24, –1 to hit.
  • Super Attribute (18): Agility +3, Smarts +1, Strength +4, Vigor +1.
  • Super Edge (12): Combat Reflexes, Counterattack, Dodge, Killer Instinct, Martial Artist, Two-Fisted.
  • Super Skill (2): Fighting +2.
  • Toughness +3: Enhanced physiology. 
T'Challa was born as the crown prince of Wakanda, the isolationist and highly advanced country in Africa, and the world's source of vibranium. At some point, T'Challa had taken on the mantle of the Black Panther—protector of the Wakandan tribe.

After the events in Lagos involving the adventures. When the U.N. introduced the Sokovia Accords, his father, king T'Chaka, jumped at the chance of improving foreign relations and signed the accords. During the signing conference, T'Chaka was killed in a terrorist attack apparently perpetrated by the Winter Soldier. Consumed by vengeance, T'Challa donned his uniform and relentlessly pursued Bucky, and was it not for the interference of Captain America.

After his opposition was arrested, Bucky somehow escaped custody, and T'Challa attempted to stop him without his suit. Unfortunately, Bucky got away, apparently taken by Captain America. Later that day, T'Challa was approached by Natasha Romanoff, offering to help him track down the Winter Soldier if he assisted Tony Stark in making sure Captain America didn't escape. This encounter came to a head in a fight at the Leipzig airport. Unfortunately, near the end, Black Panther was held back by Romanoff as Cap and Bucky escaped in an Avengers quinjet.

T'Challa then tailed Stark, realizing that he may continue to pursue Cap, and consequently Bucky. Arriving at a hidden Siberian base, he followed Stark inside until they reached a large chamber, and overheard Helmut Zemo confess to framing Bucky for his crimes. Realizing that his vengeance almost led to the death of an innocent man, T'Challa prevented Zemo's suicide and captured him. Shortly after, he granted Cap and Bucky sanctuary in Wakanda, and possibly the rest of the Secret Avengers as well.
—DoctorBoson

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