Mutants and Masterminds
Dreadstar is our melee galactic cop!
Power Level: 10; Power Points Spent: 150/150
STRENGTH +9 28
DEXTERITY +4 18
CONSTITUTION +4 18
INTELLIGENCE +0 10
WISDOM +1 12
CHARISMA +1 12
Galactic Justice! (Cosmic Energy Control 8), +7 (DC 23)
- Crit 20, Range Incr 80ft.
Unarmed Attack, +7 (DC 24) – Bludgeon, Crit 20
SIZE: MEDIUM KNOCKBACK -9
DEFENSE 12] 17
ATTACK BONUS +7 RANGED
ATTACK BONUS +7
Flight 6 (13 PP)
Speed: 500 mph, 4400 ft./rnd; Subtle (subtle) (Move – Personal – Sustained)
Galactic Justice! (Cosmic Energy Control 8) (16 PP)
DC 23 (Standard – Ranged, 80ft. – Instant)
Infravision (Super-Senses 2) (2 PP)
Acute: Infravision, Infravision (Free – Personal – Permanent)
Personal shield (Force Field 5) (10 PP)
9, Cone: 90 ft., DC 19)
(Reaction – Personal – Continuous)
Strength of the Titans (Enhanced Strength 8) (8 PP)
2 at range) on checks to trip an
opponent (normally or using a power) and they do not get the opportunity to
Move-by Action You can split your move both before and after a standard
Flight 6 – Speed: 500 mph, 4400 ft./rnd
Jumping – Running jump: 19 ft.; standing jump: 9 ft.; high jump: 4 ft.
Throwing Distance – Throw 2.4k lbs 5 ft.; throw 100 lbs 100 ft.; throw 10 lbs
Dreadstar is a brand new recruit into the galactic police force. He was assigned to Earth for his first assignment to prevent the super humans from destroying the Earth. He was told Earth was a primitive society and it’s apparent in his initial appearance. He has a strong sense of duty and is dying to distinguish himself to get a more impressive assignment. His appearance clearly marks him as alien and he’s a bit standoffish with many humans until he’s sure how they’ll react to him. Dreadstar’s name is not his real name, he hasn’t said what it is, but galactic police often choose a work name to make them more intimidating. Dreadstar chose a job at a local Gap. The manager is terrified of him and is afraid to say no, or interfere so Dreadstar does the job and keeps quiet unless he has to fight crime. Dreadstar became amused by the “film noire” version of police officers and detectives on Earth and the Gap pays little enough for him to afford a cruddy apartment to amuse himself living out that kind of detective’s life. Dreadstar MUST report to his superior Quazar. Quazar is determined to be tough on Dreadstar simply because it amuses him to have one so young snap to. Dreadstar LOVES cephalopods and considers them an excellent delicacy because of the texture. Otherwise Earth food is bland and without flavor. Dreadstar cooperates with the local police whenever asked and so long as it does not interfere with galactic law (feel free to make something up). Dreadstar acts a bit like Morbo from Futurama.