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23rd Villain of Christmas(ish): Hunter's Moon

I've told myself: no other blogging until this gets done!

Hunter's Moon (Unknown)

Solo: d8
Buddy: d4
Team: d6

Searching for a challenge
Woman of Mystery
Martial Arts Master

Power Sets

Enhanced Reflexes d8
Enhanced Stamina d8
SFX: Multiattack, as MHR

Weapon d8
SFX: Lethal precision.  Step back the highest die in your attack action pool to add a d6 and step up physical stress inflicted.
Limit: Gear, as MHR  

Acrobatics Expert
Combat Master
Covert Master
Crime Expert
Menace Expert
Psych Expert

Powers and History

Little is known about the Asian woman calling herself "Hunter's Moon," except what she has occasionally revealed to her opponents during combat.  She claims to have been trained in the martial arts by a secret sect of warrior monks, and is now traveling the world looking for suitable opponents against which to try her skill.  She has sought out both heroes and villains, and has gained the enmity of both, including Raven and Brawl.

But about a year ago Hunter's Moon was sought out by Codex to join the Dead Man's Hand, a group dedicated to killing the worst supervillains.  Promised the chance to pose her skill against some of the deadliest beings on the planey, Hunter's Moon agreed, and became Codex's teammate and covert action specialist.  The two have worked steadily together since.

Hunter's Moon's costume consists of a light blue bodysuit with yellow trim.  She carries a crossed pair of swords upon her back.


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