Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Psi Wars: Lady Leylana Grey 2.0

Let's see how Lady Grey fares with her upgrade

Lady Leylana Grey, Aristocratic Spy, 250 points

Drawn into Darkness by Tara Phillips

Attributes

ST 10 [0]
DX 14 [80]
IQ 14 [80]
HT 11 [10]

Secondary Characteristics

Dmg 1d-2/1d; BL 20 lbs; HP 10 [0]; Will 14 [0]; Per 15 [5]; FP 11 [0]; Basic Speed 6.0 [-5]; Basic Move 6 [0]

Advantages

Beautiful [12]
Combat Reflexes [15]
Craftiness +1 [5]
High Heeled Heroine [1]
Honest Face [1]
Impersonator +2 [10]
Luck [15]
Sartorial Integrity [1]
Title [1]
Wealth (Comfortable) [10] 

Disadvantages

Duty (Intelligence Agency, 9 or less, Extremely Hazarouds) [-10]
Jealousy [-10]
Overconfidence (12 or less) [-5]
Secret (Is a spy) [-20]
Sense of Duty (Team) [-5]

Skills

Acting IQ+4** [4]-18
Beam Weapons (Pistol) DX [1]-14
Body Language Per+1* [1]-16
Computer Operation IQ+1 [2]-15
Current Affairs (High Society) IQ+1 [2]-15
Current Affairs (Politics) IQ [1]-14
Holdout IQ+2* [4]-16
Intelligence Analysis (H) IQ+1 [8]-15
Judo DX-1 [2]-13
Karate DX-1 [2]-13
Lip-Reading Per-1 [1]-14
Observation (A) Per+1 [4]-16
Pickpocket (H) DX [4]-14
Pilot (Contragravity) DX [2]-14
Savoir-Faire (High Society) IQ+3* [2]-17
Search (A) Per+1 [4]-16
Sex-Appeal HT+5* [4]-16
Sleight of Hand DX-2 [1]-12
Stealth DX+3* [8]-17
Streetwise IQ+1* [1]-15
Vacc Suit DX-1 [1]-13

Gear

Formal Dress and fab shoes: $1500, 2 lbs
Blaster Pistol: 3d(5) Acc 5, 1.6 lbs, RoF 3, Bulk -2, rcl 1, $2200
Tiny wrist-mounted radio: 5 mile range, $50, 0.05 lbs

Notes

No Encumbrance
Dodge: 10, Parry (Judo) 10.

In a lot of ways, Leylana has changed the least.  We've managed to tag her, officially, as noble, but she's lost her Security Clearance: Clearly the intelligence agency sees her as an asset rather than agent, even if she disagrees.  Thus, she walks the line between a genuine spy and a politician.  A friend of mine looked at her and said "She's like Princess Leia meets James Bond," which was what I was going for.

She remains primarily a non-combat character, but she feels more effective at combat: Faster, a better shot, and vastly more stealthy.  For her spy-skills, I originally chose Impersonator over Craftiness because she felt like the sort of spy who get her intel straight from you, rather than going behind your back.  She's a master networker, and in her element in almost any social situation.

And, of course, I chose the aristocratic lens.
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