AYZA
Lehadi Tchomogo
 
Cost

Characteristic

Value Roll Notes
20 STR 30 15- Lift: 1600kg; 6d6; [3]

30 DEX 20 13- OCV: 7    DCV: 7
30 CON 25 14-
30 BODY 25 14-
0 INT 10 11- PER Roll 11-
2 EGO 11 11- ECV: 4
5 PRE 15 12- PRE Attack: 3d6
3 COM 15 12-
0 PD 6   Total: 18 PD (12 rPD)
1 ED 6   Total: 18 ED (12 rED)
10 SPD 4   Mental Defense: 0
0 REC 11   Phases: 3, 6, 9, 12
2 END 54   Running: 12" / 24"
1 STUN 54   Swimming: 2" / 4"
 

Cost

Powers

END

19 Africa Won't Let Him Be Harmed: Life Support (Immunity: All terrestrial diseases and biowarfare agents; Immunity: All terrestrial poisons and chemical warfare agents; Safe in Intense Cold; Safe in Intense Heat) (24 Active Points); Only When On African Soil (-) 0
97 Cannot Be Killed On African Soil: Healing 12 BODY, Can Heal Limbs, Resurrection, Reduced Endurance (0END; +), Persistent (+) (290 Active Points); Extra Time (Regeneration-Only) 1 Turn (Post-Segment 12) (-1), Self Only (-), Only When On African Soil (-) 0
29 Fast Healing: Armor (12 PD/12 ED) (36 Active Points); Only When On African Soil (-) 0
18 Long Distance Runner: Running +6" (12" total), Reduced Endurance (0END; +) (18 Active Points) 0
 

Cost

Talents

2

Never Lost In The Country: Bump Of Direction (3 Active Points); Only When On African Soil (-)

Cost

Perks

4

Mentor: Contact: Heart Of Africa (Good Relationship) 11-

Cost

Martial Arts
Maneuver Phase OCV DCV Notes
11 Hand to Hand Combat Training
Fast Strike +2 +0 8d6 Strike
Strike +0 +2 8d6 Strike
Takedown +1 +1 6d6 Strike; Target Falls

Cost

Skills

6

+2 with Hand to Hand Combat Training

2

Area Knowledge: Western Africa 11-

2

Animal Handler (Bovines) 12-

3

Breakfall 13-

3

Climbing 13-

0

Everyman Skills

Area Knowledge: Porto-Novo, Benin 11-

Acting 8-

Climbing 8-

Concealment 8-

Conversation 8-

Deduction 8-

Professional Skill: Livestock Trader 11-

Paramedics 8-

Persuasion 8-

Shadowing 8-

Stealth 8-

Transport Familiarity: Small Motorized Ground Vehicles

3

Knowledge Skill: Cattle 12-

2

Knowledge Skill: Rada Pantheon Of Spirits 11-

1

Knowledge Skill: Vodun 8-

8

Linguist

Language: English (fluent conversation)

Language: Fon (completely fluent)

Language: French (completely fluent)

Language: Yoruba (idiomatic)

2

Navigation (Land) 11-

-4

Rada Team Package

Area Knowledge: Benin 11-

Knowledge Skill: Rada Team 11-

Monitored: Rada Pantheon 8-

Paramedics 11-

Rada Communicator Earpiece: High Range Radio Perception (Radio Group) (12 Active Points); IIF (-1/4)

Social Limitation: Famous

Transport Familiarity: Rada Jet

Teamwork 13-

3

Stealth 13-

1

Survival (Desert) 8-

1

Tracking 8-

3

Trading 12-
200+ Disadvantages

20

Dependence: Africa -10 Active Points from STR, CON, BODY and Healing (Very Common, 1 Hour)

20

Hunted: Sons Of Set 8-

15

Monitored: Government Of Benin 8-

5

Monitored: Parents 11-

15

Physical Limitation: Weird Biochemistry Requires Specialist Medical Care

20

Psychological Limitation: Code Against Killing

15

Psychological Limitation: Naive

15

Psychological Limitation: Takes The World's Troubles On His Shoulders

5

Social Limitation: Minor

15

Social Limitation: Public Identity

5

Vulnerability: 1 x Effect Life-Draining Powers
0 Experience Points
 
Characteristics Cost 134 Base Points 200
Powers Cost 163 Disadvantages 150
Talents Cost 2 Experience Points 0
Perks Cost 4 Total Points 350
Martial Arts Cost 11
Skills Cost 36
Total Cost 350
 
Concept Patriot Hair Colour Black
Nationality Beninese Eye Colour Brown
Place of Birth Porto-Novo, Benin Height 1.68 m / 5' 6"
Date of Birth June 30, 1990 Weight 70kg / 154 lbs
 
Background

The shaman took Lehadi from his dead mother two hours after his birth. He had been sent to the small apartment by spirits and local animals, all of which seemed to believe the child was destined for greatness. The shaman became the boy's father for a while, feeding him and keeping him safe from the world, and all the while Lehadi learned about the animals and vodun.

When he was twelve, Lehadi and the shaman returned to Porto-Novo where he was introduced to the authorities, the police. The shaman was very old and he wanted Lehadi to be looked after, although Lehadi had no idea his visit to the capital would be the last time he would see his 'grand father'. The police chief wasn't sure what to do with the boy, but knew the shaman by reputation and trusted his judgement. The chief's wife convinced him to take Lehadi in as their own child and the chief reluctantly agreed.

Lehadi took their family name, Tchomogo, and enrolled in school where he did well enough but grew restless in the classrooms. He was used to living free and working with the cattle. He started to miss classes and explore the port city, enjoying the salt in the air and the movement at the wharfs. One day he entertained the idea of sailing away with one of the huge tankers which moored in the bay. He snuck on board and waited for the ship to leave, but as he waited he began to feel a weakness wash over him. Within a few hours he was passed out with exhaustion.

They found him in Marseilles. Doctors took a week to bring him out of a coma, and by then specialists had been called in, including the esteemed Dr Saul Numen who deduced that Lehadi was an uberhuman. Numen took the boy to Vienna where his condition deteriorated. It looked as if he would die, and the Numens took him home to Benin where they expected him to last no more than a few days.

As soon as the plane carrying Lehadi touched the tarmac the boy seemed to recover, and within a few hours he was fully recovered, perhaps even more healthy than he had been previously. Numen conducted further tests and brought in The Heart Of Africa who suggested that Lehadi's life was bound to the African continent and that he actually drew strength from its very soil.

Lehadi joined the Heart Of Africa's entourage and worked with her for a year as she helped communities across Africa. He then returned to Benin and was approached by the rada spirit, Yemanja, who had gathered together a team of superheroes to safeguard Benin's immediate future. The Sons of Set launched an attack on Porto-Novo, as predicted by the spirit, and her Rada team were able to stop them.

Lehadi became Ayza, the Protector.

Personality
Lehadi is young and idealistic, and after spending a large amount of time with the Heart of Africa, he now feels the weight of the world on his shoulders. He knows he has a big destiny in front of him and feels the need to embrace it fully now, rather than grow into it. At sixteen he is still young, but manages to inspire the people of Benin and his team mates as well.  Only time will tell if he can survive the pressure.
Quote
"I can do it, just give me a little more time, okay?"
Powers

Ayza has become intrinsically linked to Africa, the symbiotic relationship granting him limited immortality and enhanced physical attributes. He has begun training with the other members of Rada in hand to hand combat and these fighting skills complement his impressive durability and allow him to be more effective in combat than he was originally. Presumably he will improve his strength and speed as he grows older.

Appearance

Lehadi is a muscular youth although he does very little weight training - it seems to be a natural part of his ubergene.  His team mates have suggested that he might want to start training so that his strength can increase, although he is currently resistant.  He prefers to spend time with people rather than with gyms and weight rooms. He keeps his hair very short and wears black shorts and an armoured golden vest with a lion's head. Although it is public knowledge that Ayza is Lehadi Tchomogo, he also wears a black domino mask. When not in costume, Lehadi wears casual attire, usually displaying a well known sporting brand. He hardly ever wears shoes, enjoying the touch of Africa's soil and the sustenance he receives from the connection.