Monday, December 3, 2012
3rd Villain of Christmas: Hexidecimal
This one's for Tim Brannon, who's a big fan of the girl-witch genre.
Hexidecimal (Julia Zegarra)
Creative use of powers
Machine Control d10
Mystic Blast d8
SFX: Multipower, as MHR
SFX: Area Attack, as MHR
SFX: Machines run wild. When using TECHNO-MAGIC to create a complication, add a d6 and step up the effect die.
Mystic Resistance d8
Superhuman Durability d8
Mystic Senses d8
Limit: Gear, as MHR
Mystic Expert d8
Tech Expert d8
History and Powers
Julia was a rebellious teenage hacker who enjoyed sabotaging computer systems and causing havoc. One day she was approached by a mysterious figure calling himself "Gancanagh." He offered to give her wondrous powers in return for binding herself to him forever. Julia at first thought this was a hoax, but after an exhibition of Gancanagh's power agreed. Julia arrogantly believed that, after attaining this power, she would be able to contrive a means of getting out of the pact. Gancanagh embued Julia's talent with computers and electronics to magical abilities.
Julia, how calling herself Hexidecimal, can frequently be found launching elaborate schemes to increase her techno-magical power or to further her anarchistic tendencies. On occasion she has teamed up with Mandlebrot, but his own powers often counteract her own. She has sometimes teamed up with others who have received power from Gancanagh, such as Hysteria.
Eventually, Hexidecimal will conceive of a plan to free her from Gancanagh's pact. Whether she succeeds will have yet to be seen.
As Hexidecimal, Julia tends to wear dramatic, "goth" clothing with bizarre accouterments made of combinations of technology and magical fetishes.
Quote: "Once I've configured this entire network, it will serve as a summoning circle to a demon that I alone shall command!"
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