Golden Age Bucky

Captain America's Sidekick

Description:

Val Char Cost
13 STR 3
18 DEX 24
20 CON 20
15 BODY 10
10 INT 0
15 EGO 10
10 PRE 0
12 COM 1
8 PD 5
8 ED 4
4 SPD 12
10 REC 6
40 END 0
50 STUN 18

Characteristic Rolls: STR: 12-, DEX: 13-, CON: 13-, INT: 11-, EGO: 12-, PER: 11-
Run: 6/8", Swim: 2", Jump: 3", Lift: 151½kg

Cost Powers END/Roll
4 Running (+2", 8", NC: 16"); Non-Combat Multiplier: ×2, +0; Has Turn
Mode: No, +0 1

Cost Skills, Talents, Perks Roll
20 Comic Book Martial Arts
(4) Punch (OCV 0, DCV 2, 4½d6)
(5) Kick (OCV -2, DCV +1, 6½d6)
(4) Block (OCV +2, DCV +2)
(3) Throw (OCV +0, DCV +1, 2½d6
v/5)
(4) Dodge (OCV -, DCV +5)
3 Acrobatics 13

6 Resistance (6 to EGO Rolls)
2 Small Arms
3 Acting 11-
3 Breakfall 13-
3 Climbing 13-
6 +2 Levels w/DCV
10 +2 Levels w/HTH Combat
3 Concealment 11-
3 Stealth 13-
3 Streetwise 11-
3 Survival 11-
3 Teamwork 13-
2 TF: Small Ground Vehicles
2 WF: Small Arms
6 Combat Skill: +3/
3 Combat Luck
3 +2 Lightning Reflexes

100+ Disadvantages
5 Distinctive Features; Concealibility: Easily, 5; Reaction: Noticed and Recognizable, +0 Kid
35 Hunted: Various enemies (14-); Capabilities: As Powerful, 10;
Non-combat Influence: Extensive, +5; Geographical Area: Unlimited, 0; Actions: Hunting, ×1; Punishment: Harsh, 0
5 Watched: U.S. government. (8
); Capabilities: More Powerful, 15; Non-combat Influence: Extensive, +5; Geographical Area: Unlimited, -0; Actions: Only Watching, ×½; Punishment: Harsh, 0
20 Psych. Lim.: Honorable (Common, Total)
15 Pysch. Lim.: Hero worships Captain America (Common, Strong)
15 Overconfidence (Very Common, Moderate)
15 Secret Identity
5 1d6 Unluck

OCV: 6; DCV: 6; ECV: 5; Mental Def.: 0; Phases: 3, 6, 9, 12
PD/rPD: 8/0; ED/rED: 8/0

COSTS: Char.: 108 Disad.: 115
Powers: + 93 Base: + 100
Total: = 201 Total: = 215

Height: 6’, Weight: 180 lbs, Sex: Male, Age: 17, Race: Human

Appearance: Brown Hair, blue eyes, wears a red and blue uniform with a
black domino mask.

Bio:

James Buchanan Barnes, named after the 15th President of the United States), was born in Shelbyville, Indiana in 1925. He is an orphan, the son of a soldier killed in training at U.S. Army Camp Lehigh in Virginia just before the United States’ entry into World War II. As a result, he is unofficially adopted by the camp as a mascot. Nicknamed “Bucky,” he takes to wearing a uniform and becoming savvy with the ins and outs of military life, even though he is a teenager. It was at Lehigh that he meets and befriends Private Steven Rogers, who by all appearances is the clumsiest soldier in the camp. This was at the same time that reports of the then-mysterious Captain America begin to appear in news magazines, and Barnes eagerly devours the accounts of this new hero.
In 1940, Bucky accidentally walked in on Rogers changing into his uniform, thus discovering his friend was Captain America and insisted that he join him. He underwent extensive training and was assigned to be Captain America’s partner. The military justified putting a 15-year-old in harm’s way by using him as a symbol to rally the youth of America (as revealed in Captain America vol. 5 # 12, Dec 2005). They fight the Red Skull together, and Captain America accepts Bucky as his partner. Together, Captain America and Bucky fight Nazis both at home and abroad, as a duo and as part of the superhero team known as the Invaders, fighting Master Man in their first mission.

Golden Age Bucky

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