Heng Shan
Heng Shan
Cost Characteristic Value Roll Notes
15 STR 70 23- Lift: 409.6tons; HTH: 14d6; END: [6]
30 DEX 20 13- OCV: 7  DCV: 1
26 CON 23 14-
2 BODY 20 13-
-2 INT 8 11- PER Roll: 11-/13-
-4 EGO 8 11- ECV: 3; Mental Defense: 0
0 PRE 25 14- PRE Attack: 5d6
-2 COM 6 10-
16 PD 30   Total: 30 PD (30 rPD)
25 ED 39   Total: 39 ED (30 rED)
20 SPD 5   Phases: 3, 5, 8, 10, 12
0 REC 19   Running: 18" / 72"
2 END 50   Swimming: 2" / 4"
2 STUN 70  
Heng Shan | Summary
Real Name: Heng Shan Hair Color: Bald
Concept: Brick Eye Color: Black
Affiliation: Black Lotus Society Height & Weight: 52' (16 m) / 56 tons (51 kilotons)
Played By: NPC Nationality: Chinese
Created By: Noah Thorp Place of Birth: Unknown
GM: NPC Date of Birth: Unknown
Cost Powers END
Huge Size Package
45 1) Greater Strength: +45 STR 4
18 2) Greater Mass: +9 BODY
18 3) Heavy: Knockback Resistance -9"
15 4) More Impressive: +15 PRE
9 5) Tougher: +9 ED
-15 6) Physical Limitation: Huge (16 m tall, 8 m wide, 51, 092 kg, -6 DCV, +6 PER Rolls to perceive character)
15 Walking Mountain: Elemental Control, 30-point powers
24 1) Reach: Stretching 4", Inherent (+1/4), Reduced Endurance (0 END; +1/2), Persistent (+1/2) (45 Active Points); no Noncombat Stretching (-1/4)
15 2) Long Legs: Running +12" (18" total), x4 Noncombat (29 Active Points) 3
20 3) Gigantic Fists: Upto 70 STR, Area Of Effect (up to One Hex; +1/2) (35 Active Points) 3
15 4) Gigantic Physique: Damage Resistance (30 PD/30 ED) (30 Active Points)
15 5) Gigantic Toughness: (Total: 30 Active Cost, 30 Real Cost) Energy Damage Reduction, Resistant, 25% (Real Cost: 15) plus Mental Damage Reduction, 25% (Real Cost: 15)
4 Gigantic Eyes I: +2 PER with Sight Group
5 Gigantic Eyes II: Nightvision
Cost Skills
3 Climbing 13-
0 Everyman Skills
AK: Shanxi Provence, China 11-
Acting 8-
Climbing 8-
Concealment 8-
Conversation 8-
Deduction 8-
Language: Mandarin (Idiomatic, native accent)
[Notes: Native Language]
PS: Bandit 11-
Paramedics 8-
Persuasion 8-
Shadowing 8-
Stealth 8-
2 KS: Chinese Philosophy 11-
2 Language: English (basic conversation)
2 Navigation (Land) 11-
3 Streetwise 14-
2 Survival (Mountain) 11-
3 Tracking 11-
200+ Disadvantages
20 Distinctive Features: Giant
20 Hunted: Gang of Five 8-
20 Hunted: The Immortals 8-
15 Physical Limitation: Dyslexia
15 Psychological Limitation: Explosive Temper
10 Psychological Limitation: Follower
20 Psychological Limitation: Thinks He's Invulnerable
15 Reputation: Destructive, Super-Strong Man, 11- (Extreme)
15 Social Limitation: Permanent Identity
0 Experience Points
Heng Shan | Points Summary
Characteristics Cost: 130 Base Points: 200
Powers Cost: 203 Disadvantages: 150
Talents Cost: 0 Total Experience: 0
Perks Cost: 0 Spent Experience: 0
Martial Arts Cost: 0 Unspent Experience: 0
Skills Cost: 17 Total Points: 350

Heng Shan doesnít know who his parents were. He was abandoned at the Heng Zong monastery in Shanxi Provence. The monks didnít quite know what to do with the baby they named Heng Shan or Permanent Mountain. The main reason the monks were so confused was because the baby was the size of horse. However, the monks took pity on Heng Shan; theyíd never turn away an infant.

As the boy grew older, he grew bigger and bigger. Soon he was as tall as a house, and had to live outside of the monastery. The monks tried their best to educate Heng Shan, but little success. At the time the monks knew nothing about dyslexia, and Heng Shan often grew very frustrated with learning.

A touring magistrate, happened upon the Heng Zong Monastery and upon seeing the gigantic Heng Shan, reported him to the Immortals. Soon Rat and a few Rong Yu Jing Wei showed up at the monastery to take Heng Shan in for testing and assignment . Things quickly went down hill from there. While Rat had the best intentions with dealing with Heng Shan, it was Heng Shanís explosive temper, and Ratís inflexibility that spelled disaster.

A shouting match erupted between Rat and Heng Shan, while the Rong Yu Jing Wei watched with much embarrassment. One of the Ron Yu Jin Wei tried to interfere, but Heng Shan batted the uber soldier away. Then it was off with the kids gloves. Fists flew, and even with Heng Shanís super-human strength, he wasnít much of a challenge for Rat and the Rong Yu Jing Wei.

Heng Shan was taken to Camp Zero, a secret reeducation facility ran by the Chinese government. Due to his immense size; Heng Shan had achieved his full growth of sixteen meters by this time, it proved difficult to house the giant. Again Heng Shan proved difficult to train, because of his dyslexia, but Rat was determined to conquer him.

However, Rat never got his chance to mold Heng Shan into a more loyal Uber, because General Cho made a raid on Camp Zero looking for those who would aid in his Black Lotus Society. Unfortunately for General Cho, Heng Shan was the only Uber that he was able to liberate from the camp.

Since leaving Camp Zero, Heng Shan has kept close to General Cho. Heng Shan doesnít see that he has much choice, but to follow the cyborg. He certainly doesnít want to go back to Camp Zero. If Heng Shan had his choice, heíd retire back to the Heng Zong Monastery. Itís not likely that Heng Shan will ever get his wish.


Heng Shan has always had a temper. Heís never been able to control it much. The monks were constantly working with him on it, but it was difficult for Heng Shan. His learning disabilities coupled with the fact that he was just so big made things difficult for him. His usual was to deal with the stresses of his life was to explode with anger. His internment at Camp Zero didnít help the situation in the least. If nothing else, Heng Shan get angrier even faster. While Heng Shan isnít a berserker, while in a rage, Heng Shan has been known to cause a lot of destruction. Being able to throw tanks around like skipping stones has made a lot of people think that Heng Shan is very much a destructive force of nature, not that Heng Shan thinks much of what people think of him. Heng Shan spends little time thinking.

Heng Shan has spent so little of his life on his own. Before becoming interned at Camp Zero, the monks at the monastery were always giving him directions, which Heng Shan followed religiously. Things were just as bad at Camp Zero, except Heng Shan didnít like those giving him the orders. However, due to his upbringing, Heng Shan followed their instructions as well. Now that Heng Shan has been freed he has found someone else to follow.

Heng Shan is a big giant of an Uber. He thinks that nothing can harm him. Sure he got beaten by a bunch of Rong Yu Jing Wei, but in his book they didnít fight fair. Otherwise, Heng Shan likes to take as much as a foe can dish out, and then shrug off the attack as if he were bothered by gnats. This is also when Heng Shan shows his foes what itís like to be hit by a mountain.


"Clever talk and a pretentious manner are seldom compatible with the benevolent. Um...me mean, Me Smash!"


Heng Shan is a giant Uber. As such heís super-humanly strong, and resilient. His resilience is so great that lethal attacks against him often fail to cause him any damage whatsoever. Due to his stature, Heng Shanís fists are the size of car, and he wields them as weapons. Few are able to stand up from the blows of Heng Shanís fists. His legs and arms are proportional to his body, allowing Heng Shan to strike foes with his gigantic fists over a distance, and to lope along on mile long strides.

Due to also his immense size, Heng Shanís eyes allows him to perceive things that others might miss. Heng Shan weighs as much as a sperm whale, most foes are unable to lift him, let alone knock him down or back.


Heng Shen is a giant, standing almost sixteen meters tall, and weighing several tons. He is quite ugly, one of his eyes is larger than the other, and what hair covers him, isnít on his head. Otherwise Heng Shen is a hairy man who is slightly bandy-legged.

Clothing has always been a problem of Heng Shen. He can never find anything in size, and being on the run from the Chinese government has denied him the special materials that most Ubers seem to always wear. Instead Heng Shen is forced to wear a kilt made from a variety of materials. Otherwise, Heng Shen doesnít wear that much of clothing. On his feet he wears sandals made from straw. On his wrists he wears huge black leather bracers studded with brass buttons.