Inmaculada Ayotunde Ndidi
Cost Characteristic Value Roll Notes
-2 STR 8 11- Lift: 75.8kg; HTH: 1 1/2d6; END: [1]
9 DEX 13 12- OCV: 4  DCV: 4
0 CON 10 11-
-4 BODY 8 11-
8 INT 18 13- PER Roll: 13-
0 EGO 10 11- ECV: 3; Mental Defense: 4
3 PRE 13 12- PRE Attack: 2 1/2d6
0 COM 10 11-
2 PD 4   Total: 10 PD (6 rPD) +3 Combat Luck
2 ED 4   Total: 10 ED (6 rED) +3 Combat Luck
7 SPD 3   Phases: 4, 8, 12
0 REC 4   Running: 6" / 12"
0 END 20   Swimming: 2" / 4"
0 STUN 17  
Inmaculada Ayotunde Ndidi | Summary
Real Name: N/A Hair Color: Reddish-Brown
Concept: Skilled Normal (Mystic Bloodline) Eye Color: Brown
Affiliation: Justicia Height & Weight: 5' 6" (1.68 m) / 119 lbs (54.00 kg)
Played By: NPC Date of Birth: August 25, 1964
Created By: Ben Langdon Place of Birth: Luba, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea
Cost Powers END
2 Strong Willed: Mental Defense (4 points total)
20 Automatic Rifle: Killing Attack - Ranged 2d6, Autofire (3 shots; +1/4), 32 Charges (+1/4) (45 Active Points); OAF (-1), Real Weapon (-1/4)
10 Light Body Armour: Armor (6 PD/6 ED) (18 Active Points); OIF (-1/2), Real Armor (-1/4)
Cost Talents
6 You Make Your Own Luck...: Combat Luck (3 PD/3 ED)
27 ... But It's Good To Have Someone Watching Over You: Danger Sense (immediate vicinity, out of combat, Function as a Sense) 13-
5 Magic Bloodline: Magesight
Cost Perquisites
4 Slaver: Contact: Unassigned Underworld Contact (Contact has: useful Skills or resources, Good relationship with Contact) 11-
Cost Skills
2 +1 with Automatic Rifle
3 Acting 12-
3 Bribery 12-
3 Bureaucratics 12-
0 Everyman Skills
AK: Luba, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea 11-
Acting 8-
Climbing 8-
Concealment 8-
Conversation 8-
Deduction 8-
PS: Slaver 11-
Paramedics 8-
Persuasion 8-
Shadowing 8-
Stealth 8-
TF: Small Motorized Ground Vehicles
2 Forgery (Documents) 13-
3 KS: The African Slave Trade 13-
2 KS: Witch Doctor 11-
9 Linguist
Language: Bubi (fluent conversation) (2 Active Points)
Language: English (fluent conversation) (2 Active Points)
Language: Fang (idiomatic)
Language: French (completely fluent) (3 Active Points)
Language: Spanish (completely fluent) (3 Active Points)
3 Lockpicking 12-
1 PS: Rebel Leader 8-
3 Persuasion 12-
3 Security Systems 13-
3 Sleight Of Hand 12-
3 Stealth 12-
3 Streetwise 12-
2 Survival (Urban) 13-
3 Tactics 13-
3 Trading 12-
2 WF: Small Arms
100+ Disadvantages
10 Hunted: Witch Doctor 8- (Mo Pow, NCI, Watching)
20 Normal Characteristic Maxima
15 Psychological Limitation: Looks After Herself Above All Else (Common, Strong)
5 Reputation: Slaver, 8-
5 Experience Points
Inmaculada Ayotunde Ndidi | Points Summary
Characteristics Cost: 25 Base Points: 100
Powers Cost: 32 Disadvantages: 50
Talents Cost: 38 Total Experience: 5
Perks Cost: 4 Spent Experience: 5
Martial Arts Cost: 0 Unspent Experience: 0
Skills Cost: 56 Total Points: 155

Inmaculada always viewed people as expendable, especially the itinerants who moved in and out of the port city of Luba where she made her home. It wasn't that she felt superior to them, but she knew that everyone had a price - herself included. While many refused to acknowledge life as a commodity, Immaculada managed to profit from her quick thinking and hard heart.

She was sold, along with her two sisters, at the age of nine. She was forced into servitude and worked her way through two households before manipulating her way out of slavery. She gained power over other servants in her house and managed to blackmail the master, forcing him to turn her out into the streets along with two other servant girls.

Inmaculada didn't wait for the taste of freedom. She took the two girls who had been 'discarded' along with her and sold them to a brothel in the northern city of Malabo, taking the money and setting herself up as an employment agent. She knew that it was a front for slavery, and so did the clients who were steadily swayed by her low prices and quick delivery times.

Inmaculada Ayotunde Ndidi became the premier slave agent in Luba. She quickly made alliances with the powerful houses in the capital Malabo and they allowed her to operate her smaller business once she agreed to pay them handsome bribes.

Equatorial Guinea is a strictly cash society. Since the country’s first elected President, Francisco Marcias Nguema, assumed the title of President-for-Life after Spanish control, he began a reign of terror that led to the death or exile of one-third of all Equatoguineans. The end of Marcias' reign led to other rulers and other regimes, and although democracy was nominally introduced to the country, the power of connections is still rampant.

In 2003 a coup was attempted, allegedly backed by Spain, Britain and various African countries, and while the coup failed, it was quickly followed by a second coup attempt backed by the Witch Doctor of Azambia who employed the armies of Iron Maiden. The Witch Doctor's attack was quick and unexpected, taking Equatorial Guinea, Spain and Britain by surprise - enough so that the president was removed within a few hours, never to be seen again.

The Witch Doctor organised elections with the assistance of the hordes of Iron Maidens. Results were widely held to be corrupted but no country felt strong enough to oppose the Witch Doctor. The African Union reluctantly accepted the new leader, Nicolas Kobina Ebo, and the country quickly resumed its economic and social stability. Azambia provided vast amounts of financial aid and Equatorial Guinea seemed to be better off than it ever had been.

Inmaculada found herself in an awkward situation.

While she normally would have applauded the application of might to make right, she quickly discovered that the various slave agents were being systematically erased. Her contacts disappeared. The industry was shaken, but new people began to take the place of the older slavers. The new people were government agents, directly related to President Ebo. Knowing that she would be on the list, Inmaculada went to ground, fleeing to the mainland where she found herself organising resistance to the Azambian-backed regime.

She does not know why the Witch Doctor has established a puppet regime in Equatorial Guinea, but she does know that he is attempting to gain control of a major portion of Africa's slave trade. Beginning life as a slave and then turning the tables and becoming a slaver herself, Inmaculada has found herself in the unlikely role of rebel leader, heading the small but violent organisation known as Justicia.



Inmaculada is ruthless. She places a value on everyone she meets; sometimes as an unconscious reaction but mostly as a deliberate judgement which she then uses to base her relationship on. If she values someone poorly, then she will have very little to do with them, unless she can use them as a pawn. She will always look after her own welfare above all others. In her present situation she finds the threat of her own arrest and probably execution is enough of an impetus to organise Justicia. She would prefer to live below the radar, living off the profits of her agency work - but since that is not possible she has found other ways to accrue power and influence. As the Witch Doctor is her enemy, she has now found that his enemies have become potential allies.



"Everyone can be bought, but not everyone has the capital for a successful purchase."



Inmaculada appears to be a regular woman who has made something of her life despite being sold into slavery at a young age; but she is the descendant in a line of magically sensitive women. She is a survivor, almost as if some thing is watching over her.



A buxom woman in her forties, Inmaculada looks like a woman who would be comfortable behind a desk (which is exactly the type of life she believes she should be involved in), but she has found herself thrust into the role of a rebel - an anti-government agent. She usually wears camouflaged clothing and carries an automatic rifle. Her hair is regularly dyed a reddish-brown and even though she attempts to convey an image of hard-lined vigilante, she still comes across as a 'bureaucrat-in-rebel's-clothing'.