Weird War II, Project: Monster Mash
Agility d6, Smarts d10, Spirit d8, Strength d4, Vigor d6
Skills: Boating d4, Fighting d6, Guts d6, Know: Demolitions d8+2, Know: Occult d8+2, Know: Science & Engineering d8, Notice d8, Shooting d6, Repair d10, Throwing d4, Weird Science d10
Pace: 6; Parry: 5; Toughness: 7/11(2/4)
Hindrances: Overconfident (Major), Outsider: Chinese (Minor),
Edges: AB: Super Powers (Weird Scientist), McGyver, Scholar (Demolitions, Occult)
Twin-Barreled Flamethrower (Rng: 3/6/12 Dmg 3d6 RoF: 1-2 Shots: 30 Note: Heavy Weapon, two-fisted weapon), Flack Jacket (Armor: 2/4)
Invent (30 PP): 15 PP to build devices
Polymorphic Mutator Device (Ensnare (3), Ranged (+ 2) Stronger (+ 3), Vigor or Spirit -4 recovery: This bulky device causes any living creature to change into another form another animal.
Pyro-Deflection Belt (Damage Field (3) Deflection (2-4)): This belt forms a field of super heated fire (plasma) around the wearer melting incoming bullets and other projectiles before they can hit. Additionally, anyone standing next to the wearer is exposed to 2d6 fire/heat damage.
Teleport Gauntlet (Teleport (3), Rapid Teleport (+ 3)): Allows the wearer to Teleport up to 12" as many as three times in a single action.
Growing up Chan was the son to a respected Chinese Wu Gen (sorcerer) who moved to the United States as his father was say, “differing opinion of the state of the world.” Chan was first in his family to be born in their new home and his father knew this would mark the point of a great change within the Cheng family. Despite this realization, Chan’s father Shen, forced the boy to study the ways of the Wu Gen. This only drove the boy and later young man to the western world’s science.
Chan soon became an expert and master of the sciences focused mostly in biology and physics. Despite being of Chinese descent and having overall strange notions to the working of reality according to his peers, Chan earned a double doctorate. A clear indication of the man’s intellectual brilliance and dedication.
Chan continued his work creating new inventions and relationships between in the world of biophysics and biochemistry as well as explosives. Overtime his colleagues became to notice his strange obsession with defining the world of ‘magic’ in terms of science. Chan believed than what his father called magic was simply a superstitious understanding of an application of science. It was from these studies than Chan entered the world of weird science.