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Pao-Pei Hajah Negeri Binte Seri


Value Roll Notes
40 STR 50 19- Lift: 25tons; 10d6; [5]

39 DEX 23 14- OCV: 8   DCV: 8
26 CON 23 14-
8 BODY 14 12-
8 INT 18 13- PER Roll 13-
8 EGO 14 12- ECV: 5
5 PRE 15 12- PRE Attack: 3d6
1 COM 12 11-
0 PD 10   Total: 30 PD (20 rPD)
3 ED 8   Total: 18 ED (10 rED)
17 SPD 5   Mental Defense: 0
0 REC 15   Phases: 3, 5, 8, 10, 12
2 END 50   Running: 6" / 12"
1 STUN 52   Leaping: 17" (fwd) / 8" (up)




40 Super Breath: Multipower, 80-point reserve, (80 Active Points); all slots Requires A Strength Tricks Skill Roll (-), Extra Time (Full Phase, -)
4u 1) Blast: Energy Blast 8d6, Reduced Endurance (END; +), Double Knockback (+3/4) (80 Active Points) 3
4u 2) Extinguish Fires: Dispel Fire Powers 8d6, Reduced Endurance (END; +), All Fire Powers Simultaneously (+2) (78 Active Points) 3
4u 3) Part The Mist: Dispel Gas, Smoke or Mist Powers 8d6, Reduced Endurance (END; +), All Smoke, Gas and Mist Powers Simultaneously (+2) (78 Active Points) 3
12 Bounds Across The City: Leaping +7" (17" forward, 8" upward) (Accurate) 1
1 Holding Her Considerable Breath: Life Support (Extended Breathing (1 END per Minute)) 0
5 Resilient: Power Defense (5 points) 0
45 Tough: Armor (20 PD/10 ED) 0


Martial Arts
Maneuver Phase OCV DCV Notes
20 Hand to Hand Combat Training
Block 1/2 +2 +2 Block, Abort
Disarm 1/2 -1 +1 Disarm; 60 STR to Disarm
Grab 1/2 -1 -1 Grab Two Limbs, 60 STR for holding on
Kick 1/2 -2 +1 14d6 Strike
Strike 1/2 +0 +2 12d6 Strike




+2 with Hand to Hand Combat Training


Breakfall 14-


Bureaucratics 12-


Disguise 13-


Everyman Skills

Area Knowledge: Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei 11-

Acting 8-

Climbing 8-

Concealment 8-

Conversation 8-

Deduction 8-

Language: Malay (idiomatic)

Professional Skill: Journalist 11-

Paramedics 8-

Persuasion 8-

Shadowing 8-

Stealth 8-

Transport Familiarity: Small Motorized Ground Vehicles


Language: English (completely fluent)


Language: Mandarin Chinese (completely fluent)


Language: Tagalog (fluent conversation)


Lockpicking 14-


PS: Photographer 13-


Paramedics 13-


Power: Strength Tricks 19-



Knowledge Skill: Brunei Police Force 13-

Knowledge Skill: Evol Khan 11-

Knowledge Skill: Law 13-

Knowledge Skill: Politics of Brunei 13-

Knowledge Skill: The Media 14-


Security Systems 13-


Shadowing 13-


Stealth 14-
200+ Disadvantages


Dependent NPC: Lieutenant Tajuddin Negeri (Husband, Police Officer) 11- (Unaware of character's adventuring career/Secret ID)


Hunted: Brunei Police 8- (Mild)


Hunted: Evol Khan 8-


Physical Limitation: Weird Biochemistry Requires Specialist Medical Care


Psychological Limitation: Avoids The Media


Psychological Limitation: Code Against Killing


Psychological Limitation: Risk Taker


Reputation: Daring Vigilante Who Never Gets Credit For The Good Deeds She Does, 11-


Social Limitation: Married


Social Limitation: Secret Identity
0 Experience Points
Characteristics Cost 158 Base Points 200
Powers Cost 115 Disadvantages 150
Talents Cost 0 Experience Points 0
Perks Cost 0 Total Points 350
Martial Arts Cost 20
Skills Cost 57
Total Cost 350
Concept Brick Hair Colour Black, wears a White Wig
Nationality Bruneian Eye Colour Brown
Place of Birth Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Height 1.8m / 5' 11"
Date of Birth September 24, 1979 Weight 82kg / 181 lbs

Pao-Pei was a frustrated journalist. Although she would never seek to discredit the government of Brunei she did feel constrained by only been allowed to report the mundane and 'whitewashed' news. There were never any breaking news stories and everything was so muted. Her frustration grew so that even her husband became aware of it, but he warned her not to endanger her career by doing anything 'outrageous'. Pao-Pei agreed and kept everything bottled up. She continued working as best she could and never spoke again of her discomfort with her husband. He was a police officer, after all, and lived an exciting life. She was left to typing press releases.

Her frustration was buried but over the months of trying to conceal it from everyone, Pao-Pei had a rather unusual reaction. Her denial led to the triggering of her ubergene, which manifested itself as uberhuman strength. She literally punched a hole in the wall of her small office at the newspaper, which she hurriedly covered with a wall calendar.

Over the next few days she accidentally broke the front door to their house, the breakfast table and a half dozen pairs of pants.

At first she was embarrassed and knew she would be discovered at any moment, but her husband seemed to be too caught up with his work and Pao-Pei eventually relaxed. She found that she was very strong and that she could even harness the strength of her lungs to literally blow things away. There were few superheroes in south-east Asia apart from government groups, terrorists and those further north in China and Japan, so Pao-Pei was unsure of what to do or how to go about becoming a hero.

She contacted Atomic Girl who was a famous heroine who had gained her superpowers from the Second World War, and the two women met several times over the course of the following two months. Atomic Girl invited Pao-Pei, who was now calling herself Luwalhati, to join the Singapore Samurai. Pao-Pei was torn between fully giving herself over to the life of a super hero and the loyalty to her husband. She declined.

Unfortunately, her decline raised alarm bells in Singapore. The benefactor of the Singapore Samurai, Evol Khan, interpreted Pao-Pei's refusal to join the team as an indication that she knew about his illicit affairs. Khan decided to eradicate her.

Luwalhati became embroiled in a manufactured turf war on the streets of Bandar Seri Begawan. Khan had hired hundreds of disgruntled men from across Malaysia to infiltrate Brunei and cause mayhem. The police were unable to contain the riots and it took Luwalkati's appearance to shift the tide against Khan's men - which was exactly what he had planned.

When she showed herself, Khan sent in Kali and Kage Mushi from Dirty Deeds. Luwalhati was inexperienced and unable to defend herself properly. She was beaten across the city which caused a lot of property destruction (the beginning of her reputation as a public menace). It was only the intervention of the Singapore Samurai which saved her and the city.

Since that first public appearance Luwalhati has had a cat-and-mouse relationship with the police who want to unmask her. She has become a symbol of chaos and the government is not comfortable with that. She has also come to realise that not all is well in Singapore, even though Atomic Girl and her team have created a kind of utopia there. She suspects Khan is behind a vast criminal empire and is trying to expose him, while also acting as Brunei's only superhero.

Luwalhati is an extrovert who always puts on a show for her audience, speaking loudly and showing off to whoever will watch her. This is a deliberate act by Pao-Pei, who is naturally much more restrained and compliant. She enjoys life but has felt constrained by Brunei society and her husband's view of what women should and should not be allowed to do. She loves Tajuddin, but he also annoys her sometimes. By having two identities she is able to keep her life stable as well as have fun on the side.

Luwalhati has come into contact with the police on many occasions but has never been held long enough for them to work out who she really is. She has found it interesting that her husband, who is a Lieutenant in the police force, has shown an attraction to Luwalhati. They have even shared a kiss or two which has made Tajuddin question his live with Pao-Pei. She knows that he really wants to take risks and have a fun life too, but she can't make him break society's influence on him. While Tajuddin is torn between love and lust for Pao-Pei and Luwalhati, Pao-Pei is having the best of both worlds.
"You and I have so much in common... like this fist... and this one... oh, and my foot too."

Luwalhati has uberhuman strength which allows her to lift in excess of 25 tons. She is athletic and enjoys leaping around which gives her the feeling of flying (something she really wishes she could do). She has become famous for her 'super-breath' which can knock over her opponents, dissipate fire and gas, and comes from her super-strong lungs.


Luwalhati is known for her long white hair which is usually tied back into two pony tails. This is a wig, of course, but serves to help divert attention away from her real identity as a newspaper journalist. Even her husband seems unable to recognise her on the rare occasions they have met in the course of a police investigation (which usually manifests itself as the police trying to apprehend Luwalhati for questioning). Her costume is a black body glove suit which has fiery orange-red bands across her upper legs and arms as well as across her back.

Out of costume Pao-Pei goes out of her way to conceal her figure and wears loose-fitting clothing. She has maintained her two separate identities by acting extraverted as Luwalhati and compliant as Pao-Pei.