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Miss Universe: A Four-Color Superhero (for Wild Talents)


Miss Universe was a normal college student on a weekend camping trip when she was imbued with cosmic energy by an exploding comet. She can channel the energy that exists between universes, but her powers rely totally on her force of will. When she is totally demoralized, she loses all of her supernatural abilities.

Miss Universe can fly at over 150 miles per hour, ignore most normal gunfire, and lift 320 tons.


Archetype: Cosmic (10 pts)

Source: Conduit
Permissions: Super
Intrinsics: No Willpower No Way

Stats (104 pts)

Body 3D (8D)
Coordination 3D
Sense 3D
Mind 3D
Command 3D
Charm 4D
Base Will 10

Motivations

Loyalty to the innocent (3)
Passion for justice (3)
Passion to protect the Earth (4)

Skills (38 pts)

Brawl 4D, Dodge 2D, Leadership 3D, Perception 3D, Stability 5D, Stealth 2D

Powers (248 pts)

Extra Tough 2HD (20 pts)

Flight 7D (28 pts)

Incredible Strength! 5D (40 pts)
Hyperstat (Body) (+4), Booster +2, No Upward Limit (+2)

Invulnerability 4HD (160 pts)

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