Megalithmegalith

aka Joe Majurac

Prowess 5
Coordination 6
Strength 7
Intellect 5
Awareness 5
Willpower 5

Stamina 12

Powers
*Poison/Disease Resistance 8
*Regeneration 2
*Leaping 3
*Damage Resistance 6
*Telepathy 3
*Telekinesis 3

Specialties
Athletics (Master +3 bonus), Linguistics (Expert +2 bonus), Martial Arts (+1 bonus)

Qualities
*Photographic Memory
*Mind/Body Link
*Just a kid at heart

Background

Joe Majurac was a gifted young student and athlete who aspired to one day become an Olympic champion. When his family farm was threatened with foreclosure, Joe eagerly accepted an offer of sponsorship by an unheard-of German corporation. Unaware of their sinister motives for him, Joe allowed the company to train him at their state-of-the-art facility in Germany. Joe drove himself to become the best at multiple athletic events, unknowingly achieving a “mind/body link” that allowed him to surpass normal human ability. When his trainers continued to push him towards an unseen goal, and contact with his parents became difficult, Joe began to suspect his benefactors and confronted them. Their response was to threaten his parents, thus driving Joe to break out of the compound and return home. Finding his family farm destroyed and his parents missing, Joe became the costumed hero Megalith in order to find them. His search often led him to fight alongside the Revengers, a team of other heroes.

Megalith is basically the Superman of the Continuity universe but he’s so good-natured and naïve that he’s easily taken advantage of. In terms of his powers, he was one of the best athletes in the world before mastering the Mind/Body Link so I gave him a Mastery in Athletics. With that, he’s able to perform some seriously superhuman effects.

Several years after becoming a superhero, Joe met someone else that had mastered the Mind/Body Link. This person taught him how to tap into his mental abilities but they are still unrefined – eventually his telepathy and telekinesis might become more powerful. Given his youth, his physical attributes might grow, as well.

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