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Harry March


Value Roll Notes
5 STR 15/45 12-/18- Lift: 200kg/12tons; 3d6/9d6; [1/4]

30 DEX 20 13- OCV: 7    DCV: 7
20 CON 20 13-
10 BODY 15 12-
8 INT 18 13- PER Roll 13-/15-
6 EGO 13 12- ECV: 4
5 PRE 15 12- PRE Attack: 3d6
3 COM 15 12-
5 PD 8   Total: 19 PD (11 rPD)
4 ED 8   Total: 19 ED (11 rED)
10 SPD 4   Mental Defense: 0
6 REC 10   Phases: 3, 6, 9, 12
5 END 50   Running: 20" / 160"
12 STUN 45   Leaping: 24" Fwd / 12" Up




15 Strong Legs: Elemental Control, 30-point powers
16 1) Leaps Like A Hare: Leaping +15" (24" Forward, 12" Upward) (Accurate, x4 Noncombat), Reduced Endurance (END; +) (31 Active Points) 1
32 2) Runs Like A Hare: Running +14" (20" total), x8 Noncombat, Reduced Endurance (END; +) (47 Active Points) 2
7 3) Strong Legs: +30 STR (30 Active Points); No Figured Characteristics (-), Only With Legs (-) 3
10 4) Two-Footed Kick I: Hand-To-Hand Attack +4d6, Double Knockback (+) (35 Active Points); Hand-To-Hand Attack (-), Only With Legs (-) 3
13 5) Two-Footed Kick II: 45 Strength, Double Knockback (+) (34 Active Points); Only With Legs (-) 3
12 Tough: Armor (4 PD/4 ED) 0
4 Sharp Ears I: +2 PER with Hearing Group 0
3 Sharp Ears II: Ultrasonic Perception (Hearing Group) 0
12 Body Armour: Armor (7 PD/7 ED) (21 Active Points); OIF (-), Real Armor (-) 0
10 Communicator: High Range Radio Perception (Radio Group), Concealed (-1 with High Range Radio Perception PER Rolls) (13 Active Points); IIF (-) 0




Run Like A Rabbit!: Lightning Reflexes: +10 DEX to act first with Leaping (Escape)




+4 with Two-Footed Kick


Area Knowledge: Argus City, New Jersey 8-


Breakfall 15-


Bureaucratics 12-


Contortionist 8-


Conversation 12-


Cryptography 13-


Deduction 13-


Everyman Skills

Area Knowledge: Richmond, Virginia 11-

Acting 8-

Climbing 8-

Concealment 8-

Conversation 8-

Deduction 8-

Language: English (idiomatic)

Professional Skill: Poet 11-

Paramedics 8-

Persuasion 8-

Shadowing 8-

Stealth 8-

Transport Familiarity: Small Motorized Ground Vehicles


High Society 12-


Language: French (completely fluent)


Language: Italian (fluent conversation)


Lockpicking 13-


Oratory 12-


Professional Skill: Teacher 13-


Paramedics 13-


Persuasion 12-



KS: American History 11-

KS: American Poetry 13-

KS: Etiquette 14-

KS: European History 13-

KS: Known Uberhumans 11-

KS: Literature 14-

KS: The Works Of Jane Austen 14-


Seduction 8-


Shadowing 13-


Stealth 13-
200+ Disadvantages


Hunted: Law Enforcement Agencies 8-


Hunted: Owl Man 8-


Normal Characteristic Maxima


Physical Limitation: Weird Biochemistry Requires Specialist Medical Care


Psychological Limitation: Considers Himself More Intelligent Than Everyone Else


Psychological Limitation: Maudlin Drunk


Psychological Limitation: Obsessed With Collecting Rare Books


Psychological Limitation: Will Not Kill


Quirk: Considers Himself A Gentleman


Quirk: Hates Sports


Quirk: Jane Austen Fan


Quirk: Prefers To Discuss Philosophy Than Fight


Quirk: Won't Fight Women Unless He Is Really Really Pushed (And Then He Will Only Attempt To Flee Rather Than Cause Injury)


Social Limitation: Secret Identity


Social Limitation: Seen As A Snob


Unluck: 1d6
0 Experience Points
Characteristics Cost 129 Base Points 200
Powers Cost 134 Disadvantages 150
Talents Cost 10 Experience Points 0
Perks Cost 0 Total Points 350
Martial Arts Cost 0
Skills Cost 77
Total Cost 350
Concept Brick Hair Colour Brown
Nationality American Eye Colour Brown
Place of Birth Richmond, Virginia, USA Height 1.8m
Date of Birth August 16, 1971 Weight 80kg

Harry March had always been more comfortable with his head hidden inside a book. He drifted through life from mundane teaching job to mundane teaching job, never really connecting with anything outside of books. And then he found a copy of Alice In Wonderland in a second hand book shop. Sure, he'd read it before, but this time a man claiming to be the Mad Hatter had knocked on his front door just as he came to part in the book where Alice comes across the Tea Party. Harry opened the door and was almost bowled down.

The Mad Hatter explained that he had been stalking Harry for months and that Harry was, in fact, an uber - just like the Hatter. It was just that Harry was so introverted and shy that he'd never noticed the power which lay in his feet. The Mad Hatter lifted Harry's legs up, and knocked him over. Harry's feet had always been a little on the large side, but the Hatter demonstrated Harry's other abilities. With a little tickle to the sole of Harry's feet, the Mad Hatter was slammed right through Harry's living room wall and into the front yard.

Harry had super strength... in his feet.

It was an unusual gift but one that Harry really wasn't willing to explore. He closed the door on the Hatter. But he hadn't counted on the crazy man's persistence. Nearly six months later, Harry agreed to try out his powers just so that he could get the Hatter out of his living room. The two men went down the street and before Harry knew what was happening, the Mad Hatter was holding up a bank.

He hated to admit it, but Harry enjoyed the thrill of robbing the bank and the subsequent chase through the streets.

When he got home again he had decided to give this Mad Hatter thing a go. It was certainly better than checking in with work every day, and he could wear a mask to hide his identity (even though no one really noticed him at work anyway apart from the kids who thought he was nerd). The two men became the founding members of Wonderland, and although March Hare has his days when everything is a bore and not worth pursuing, he has been a stalwart member of the team ever since.

March Hare is a thinker, but has a very physical power set. His brain is smart enough, but it is his feet that pack the power. He complains that his life has sometimes devolved into an endless smash-and-grab routine and tries to make time for in-depth philosophical conversations (which tend to occur at inopportune moments such as mid-way through a heist).

He is a lonely man with a romantic imagination. He clings to the idea that he is a gentleman and that women respect a thinking man, but he has never been lucky with women or love. The more he tries to be charming the more embarrassing things seem to get for him.
"It seems that everyone wearing tights and a mask has to hit each other these day. Was there ever a time when such matters could be resolved over a nice cup of tea and civilised debate?"

The March Hare's feet are incredibly strong. They can deliver quite a thumping, often sending opponents flying into the next room (or even down to the next city block). He is reluctant to use his powers, however, and this can make him appear a little on the useless side. It often works the other way, though, as opponents are often caught off guard by the ferocity of his kicks. It usually only takes one hit to lay down an opponent.


Harry March should have been born in the 19th century. He has a definite Victorian air to him, with his pony tail and his outdated fashion sense. He always wears gloves, in or out of his villain role, but certainly cuts loose with the 19th century fashion when he steps out as March Hare. As March Hare he wears a maroon velvet coat over a green silk vest, white shirt and purple tie. He wears doe skin pants and leather boots. He also wears a small black leather domino mask and ties his hair back in a pony tail.