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Value Roll Notes
-2 STR 8 11- Lift: 75.8kg; 1d6; [1]

-6 DEX 8 11- OCV: 3   DCV: 3
0 CON 10 11-
-4 BODY 8 11-
8 INT 18 13- PER Roll 13-
6 EGO 13 12- ECV: 4
0 PRE 10 11- PRE Attack: 2d6
0 COM 10 11-
0 PD 2   Total: 2/16 PD (0/14 rPD)
0 ED 2   Total: 2/12 ED (0/10 rED)
2 SPD 2   Mental Defense: 0
0 REC 4   Phases: 6, 12
0 END 20   Running: 6" / 12"
1 STUN 18   Swimming: 2" / 4"




20 Solid-Light Force Generator: Elemental Control, 60-point powers, (30 Active Points); all slots OIF: Amulet Power Conduits or Frames (-)
48 1) Solid-Light Force Elephants: Telekinesis (50 STR), Reduced Endurance (END; +), Area Of Effect (One Hex; +), Selective (+) (150 Active Points); Extra Time (1 Turn (Post-Segment 12), Only to Activate, -3/4), Limited Range 10" (-) 6
11 2) Solid-Light Force Structures: Force Wall (8 PD/8 ED; 10" long and 3" tall) (62 Active Points); Extra Time (1 Turn (Post-Segment 12), Only to Activate, -3/4), No Range (-), Restricted Shape: Cubicle (-) 6
20 Personal Field Generator: Force Field (14 PD/10 ED), 8 Continuing Charges lasting 1 Minute each (+) (30 Active Points); IIF (Focus: Wrist Watch Activation; -), Visible: Obvious Visual (Light), Audio and Radio (Crackling Static) (-) 0
16 Power Source: Endurance Reserve (120 END, 10 REC) Reserve: (22 Active Points); OIF (-) REC: (10 Active Points); IIF (-) 0




Clever With Numbers: Lightning Calculator




Shared Patent Holder: Contact: Director, The Assembly (Good Relationship) 8-


United Nations' Engineer: Contact: United Nations, Organization Contact (x3) (18 Active Points) 8-


Doctor: Education: PhD in Electrical Engineering




+1 Overall


Area Knowledge: East Timor 8-


Bribery 8-


Bureaucratics 11-


Computer Programming 8-


Demolitions 13-


Electronics 13-


Everyman Skills

Area Knowledge: Vijayawada, India 11-

Acting 8-

Climbing 8-

Concealment 8-

Conversation 8-

Deduction 8-

Language: Hindustani (idiomatic)

Professional Skill: Inventor 11-

Paramedics 8-

Persuasion 8-

Shadowing 8-

Stealth 8-

Transport Familiarity: Small Motorized Ground Vehicles


Language: Arabic (fluent conversation)


Language: English (idiomatic)


Mechanics 13-


Professional Skill: Engineer 14-



Knowledge Skill: International Engineering Firms 11-

Knowledge Skill: The Assembly 11-

Knowledge Skill: United Nations 13-

Knowledge Skill: United Nations Relief Missions 13-



Science Skill: Building Engineering 13-

Science Skill: Electrical Engineering 14-

Science Skill: Mathematics 13-

Science Skill: Mechanical Engineering 13-

Science Skill: Physics 11-


Security Systems 13-


Systems Operation 13-


Transport Familiarity: Agricultural & Construction Vehicles, Large Motorized Ground Vehicles
150+ Disadvantages


Hunted: Marauding Tide 8-


Monitored: The Assembly 8-


Normal Characteristic Maxima


Social Limitation: Seen As A Tool Of The United Nations
11 Experience Points
Characteristics Cost 5 Base Points 150
Powers Cost 115 Disadvantages 50
Talents Cost 3 Experience Points 11
Perks Cost 23 Total Points 211
Martial Arts Cost 0
Skills Cost 65
Total Cost 211
Concept Energy Blaster / Gadgeteer Hair Colour Grey
Nationality Indian Eye Colour Brown
Place of Birth Vijayawada, India Height 1.72m / 5' 8"
Date of Birth October 5, 1951 Weight 85kg / 187 lbs

Satish Ranganathan worked with Rajendra Jaishankar on the development and stabilization of solid-light. Ranganathan hoped to utilize the discovery to help rebuild devastated communities such as those affected by earthquake. Jaishankar, on the other hand, had grand visions of becoming a super hero. While Jaishankar had a very short career as a hero, being killed within a few weeks of unveiling his discovery, the scientist's friend, Hari Chakraborti had more success, modifying the solid-light projectors and becoming the Indian hero, Director: the first person to join The Assembly after its formation.

Ranganathan was worried about the Director's use of the solid-light projectors and hastily left India during the incursion and subsequent control of Pakistan. While not officially in exile, Ranganathan refused to assist the Indian government in mass-producing the solid-light projectors. He remained out of the country, gaining work in Indonesia and later with the United Nations based in Belgium. His relationship with the Director has improved since the initial conflict in Pakistan and he and Chakraborti have collaborated on various enhancements to the projectors, as well as other independent projects.

Ranganathan was sent to Africa to assist with relief efforts in Somalia, and then transferred to Dili, East Timor where he currently works to assist the Timorese establish and enhance their infrastructure. The Indian government has shown renewed interest in Ranganathan's technology and have suggested he return to his homeland and join the Assembly. He fears that they will not be satisfied with his refusal for very much longer and hopes to be transferred back to Europe soon.

Dr Ranganathan is an erudite man who has grown weary of politics although he still involves himself in the constant political bickering of local places as part of a United Nations delegation. He genuinely wants to help people recover from disaster and can sometimes get impatient if his efforts are hindered by bureaucracy. He has grown more nervous and agitated since the Indian Government has renewed its calls for him to return to his country. He believes India has fallen into very dark times and never wants to step foot on her soil again, or at least not until the Assembly and the government has been held to account for the crimes it has committed.
"It will hold, yes, yes, of course it will. What you see there is not just light - it is solid-light."

Ranganathan is a gifted engineer who has patented the solid-light projectors: technology which is able to produce a hard-energy which would seem impossible. The light is able to support great weights, and his 'solid light elephants' are able to lift 50 tons. The 'elephants' are projected from large power generators but seemingly move independently within a 20m radius. They are able to move and manipulate the area under the guidance of Ranganathan. He has also constructed power frames which allow the solid-light to be used for semi-permanent structures.


Ranganathan is a tired-looking man in his fifties who is rather overweight and seems like he carries the world's problems on his shoulders. He hardly smiles and has not laughed in years, although he would argue that he enjoys his time surveying the land.