Yurodvi
Mikhail Romanov Rasputin, AKA Captain Mikhail Ivan Pichugin
 
Cost

Characteristic

Value Roll Notes
13 STR 23 14- Lift: 606.3kg; Dice: HTH Damage 4 1/2d6 END [2]

Yurodvi

39 DEX 23 14- OCV 8 DCV 8
6 CON 23 14-
2 BODY 11 11-
13 INT 23 14- PER Roll 14-
8 EGO 14 12- ECV: 5
8 PRE 18 13- PRE Attack: 3 1/2d6
-1 COM 8 11-
5 PD 10/22   10/22 PD (0/12 rPD)
5 ED 10/22   10/22 ED (0/12 rED)
7 SPD 4   Mental Defense: 12
0 REC 10   Phases: 3, 6, 9, 12
7 END 60   Running: 7" (14" NC)
0 STUN 35   Swimming: 2" (4" NC)
 

Cost

Powers

END

99 Mage's Spells: Variable Power Pool (Magic Pool), 70 base + 29 control cost, Powers Can Be Changed As A Half-Phase Action (+1/2), No Skill Roll Required (+1) (157 Active Points); Only Spells on the List (-1/2), Spells Can Only Be Added To The List With A Spell Research Roll (-1/2), Spells Only (-1/4), Variable Limitations (requires -1/2 worth of Limitations; -1/4); all slots Restrainable (-1/2)
0 1) Aspect of the Vodianoi: (Total: 46 Active Cost, 22 Real Cost) Armor (3 PD/3 ED) (9 Active Points); IAF (Fish Scales; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) (Real Cost: 4) plus Life Support (Expanded Breathing: Underwater; Safe in Intense Cold) (7 Active Points); IAF (Fish Scales; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) (Real Cost: 3) plus Killing Attack - Hand-To-Hand 2d6 (3d6+1 w/STR) (vs. PD) (30 Active Points); IAF (Fish Scales; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) (Real Cost: 15) Real Cost: 22 3
0 2) Ascent Into Babel: Universal Translator 19- (25 Active Points); Costs Endurance (-1/2), Concentration, Must Concentrate throughout use of Constant Power (1/2 DCV; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 10 2
0 3) Astral Journey: Desolidification (affected by Mental), Difficult To Dispel (x2 Active Points; +1/4), 1 Continuing Fuel Charge lasting 1 Day (+1/2) (70 Active Points); Extra Time (1 Minute, Only to Activate, Character May Take No Other Actions, -1), Must Leave Body Behind (-1), Restrainable (-1/2), Concentration (1/2 DCV; -1/4) Real Cost: 19 [1 cc]
0 4) Baba Yaga's Iron Teeth: Killing Attack - Hand-To-Hand 2d6 (2 1/2d6 w/STR) (vs. PD), Armor Piercing (+1/2), Penetrating (+1/2) (60 Active Points); IAF (Sliver of Iron; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), No Knockback (-1/4) Real Cost: 27 6
0 5) Beregovoi's Beast Sense: Clairsentience (Sight, Smell/Taste And Hearing Groups) (40 Active Points); Only Through The Sense of Animals (-3/4), Concentration, Must Concentrate throughout use of Constant Power (1/2 DCV; -1/2), IAF (Piece of Bearskin; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 12 4
0 6) Bone Armor of Lin Chun: Armor (10 PD/10 ED) (30 Active Points); IAF (Piece of Bone; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Costs Endurance (Only Costs END to Activate; -1/4) Real Cost: 13 3
0 7) Breath of Mother Russia: Healing BODY 5d6, Trigger at Zero Stun or Body (Activating the Trigger requires a Zero Phase Action, Trigger requires a Turn or more to reset; +1/4) (62 Active Points); Increased Endurance Cost (x2 END; -1/2), IAF (Pinch of Russian Soil; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Extra Time (Full Phase, Only to Activate, -1/4), Will Not Activate Until Target Touches Ground (-1/4), Activation Roll 15- (-1/4), Only When In Contact With The Ground (-1/4) Real Cost: 18 12
0 8) Bukosky's Greater Gate: Teleportation 4", x2 Increased Mass, Costs END Only To Activate (+1/4), Trigger (Activating the Trigger requires a Zero Phase Action, Trigger requires a Turn or more to reset; +1/4), Area Of Effect (One Hex; +1/2), Continuous (+1), Variable Advantage (Megascale, Useable As An Attack, AP, and Invisible Power Effects) (+1 Advantages; Limited Group of Advantages; +1 3/4) (62 Active Points); Gate (-1/2), Extra Time (Full Phase, -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 25 6
0 9) Bukosky's Safe Orientation: Clairsentience (Mystic Group), MegaScale (1" = 100,000 km; +1 1/2) (50 Active Points); Only to Perceive Safe Teleportation Destinations (-1), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 20 5
0 10) Cardinal Lazarev's Holy Light: Killing Attack - Ranged 4 1/2d6 (vs. ED) (70 Active Points); Only vs. Undead or Demonic Opponents (-1/2), IAF (Cross; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), No Knockback (-1/4) Real Cost: 25 7
0 11) Caressing Vapors of Chaos: Killing Attack - Ranged 1d6 (vs. ED), Penetrating (+1/2), Uncontrolled (+1/2), Area Of Effect (18" Line; +1), Continuous (+1) (60 Active Points); No Range (-1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 30 6
0 12) Curse of the Incas I: Major Transform 4 1/2d6 (Flesh into Gold, Time) (70 Active Points); IAF (Sliver of Gold; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 35 7
0 13) Curse of the Incas II: Major Transform 2d6+1 (Flesh into Gold, Time), Continuous (+1) (70 Active Points); IAF (Sliver of Gold; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 35 7
0 14) Draw Energy from the Earth I: Aid END 6d6, Can Add Maximum Of 56 Points (70 Active Points); Extra Time (Full Phase, -1/2), Self Only (-1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Only When In Contact With The Ground (-1/4), Concentration (1/2 DCV; -1/4) Real Cost: 23 0
0 15) Draw Energy from the Earth II: Aid 5d6, Can Add Maximum Of 42 Points, any magical power one at a time (+1/4) (70 Active Points); Extra Time (Full Phase, -1/2), Self Only (-1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Only When In Contact With The Ground (-1/4), Concentration (1/2 DCV; -1/4) Real Cost: 23 0
0 16) Fireball: Killing Attack - Ranged 2d6 (vs. ED), Area Of Effect (6" Radius; +1 1/4) (67 Active Points); IAF (Piece of Flint; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 33 7
0 17) Flight of the Firebird: Flight 13" (26 Active Points); IAF (Red Feather; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 13 3
0 18) Form of the Fantom: Desolidification (affected by Magic), Costs END Only To Activate (+1/4) (50 Active Points); Restrainable (-1/2), Increased Endurance Cost (x2 END; -1/4), Extra Time (Full Phase, Only to Activate, -1/4) Real Cost: 25 8
0 19) Gaze Through the Planes: Clairsentience (Sight And Hearing Groups), Mobile Perception Point (can move up to 6" per Phase), Transdimensional (Any Dimension; +1) (70 Active Points); Concentration, Must Concentrate throughout use of Constant Power (1/2 DCV; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Visible (-1/4) Real Cost: 31 7
0 20) Gift of the Russian Heart: Life Support (Safe in Intense Cold) (2 Active Points); Restrainable (-1/2), Costs Endurance (Only Costs END to Activate; -1/4), Concentration (1/2 DCV; -1/4) Real Cost: 1 1
0 21) Gremlins of Chernobyl: Dispel 18d6, Any Technology, One at a Time (+1/4) (67 Active Points); IAF (Gear from a Broken Watch; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 33 7
0 22) Grigor's Skeletal Rending: Killing Attack - Ranged 1d6 (vs. PD), +2 Increased STUN Multiplier (+1/2), No Normal Defense (defense is Power Defense or having no skeletal structure; +1), Does BODY (+1), Continuous (+1) (67 Active Points); OAF (Amulet Made of Twisted or Warped Bones; -1), Restrainable (-1/2), Limited Range (30"; -1/4) Real Cost: 24 7
0 23) Hellfire: Energy Blast 14d6 (vs. ED) (70 Active Points); Side Effects (Blast Hits Yurodvi Instead; -1), IAF (Charcoal; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Activation Roll 15- (-1/4) Real Cost: 21 7
0 24) Iron Curtain: Muscles of Iron: +25 STR, Reduced Endurance (1/2 END; +1/4) (31 Active Points); No Figured Characteristics (-1/2), IAF (Piece of Iron; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Extra Time (Full Phase, Only to Activate, -1/4) Real Cost: 11 1
0 25) Iron Curtain: Skin of Iron: Armor (12 PD/12 ED) (36 Active Points); IAF (Piece of Iron; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Extra Time (Full Phase, Only to Activate, -1/4), Costs Endurance (Only Costs END to Activate; -1/4) Real Cost: 14 4
0 26) Iron Curtain: Shape of Iron: Shape Shift (Sight and Touch Groups), Cellular, Costs END Only To Change Shape (+1/4) (29 Active Points); IAF (Piece of Iron; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Extra Time (Full Phase, Only to Activate, -1/4) Real Cost: 13 2
0 27) Iron Curtain: Weight of Iron: Density Increase (1,500 kg mass, +20 STR, +4 PD/ED, -4" KB), Reduced Endurance (1/2 END; +1/4) (25 Active Points); IAF (Piece of Iron; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Extra Time (Full Phase, Only to Activate, -1/4) Real Cost: 11 1
0 28) Lunging Shadow Demons: Killing Attack - Ranged 3d6 (vs. ED), Armor Piercing (+1/2) (67 Active Points); IAF (Piece of Black Cloth; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 33 7
0 29) Maskhadov's Magical Manipulations I: Telekinesis (30 STR), Variable Special Effects (Any SFX; +1/2) (67 Active Points); IAF (Magical Stones; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 33 7
0 30) Maskhadov's Magical Manipulations II: Telekinesis (18 STR), Affects Porous, Fine Manipulation, Variable Special Effects (Any SFX; +1/2) (70 Active Points); IAF (Magical Stones; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 35 7
0 31) Mortar and Pestle of Baba Yaga: Flight 5", Usable Simultaneously (up to 4 people at once; +3/4), MegaScale (1" = 100 km; +3/4), Can Be Scaled Down 1" = 1km (+1/4) (27 Active Points); OAF (A Mortar and Pestle; -1), Restrainable (-1/2), Physical Manifestation (-1/4) Real Cost: 10 3
0 32) Nikolaevsky's Precise Movements: +6 with All Combat (48 Active Points); Costs Endurance (-1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 24 5
0 33) Nose of the Bear: (Total: 15 Active Cost, 6 Real Cost) Tracking with Normal Smell (5 Active Points); IAF (Piece of Bearskin; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) (Real Cost: 2) plus +5 PER with Normal Smell (5 Active Points); IAF (Piece of Bearskin; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) (Real Cost: 2) plus Discriminatory with Normal Smell (5 Active Points); IAF (Piece of Bearskin; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) (Real Cost: 2) Real Cost: 6 0
0 34) Ofonasev's Magical Disruption: Dispel 18d6, Any Magic, One at a Time (+1/4) (67 Active Points); IAF (Chunk of Cold Iron; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 33 7
0 35) Oita's Writhing Tentacles: Entangle 6d6, 8 DEF (70 Active Points); IAF (Dried Octopus Tentacle; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Range Based On Strength (-1/4) Real Cost: 31 7
0 36) Pierce the Veil: Telepathy 10d6 (Human and Additional Class of Minds: Alien classes of minds) (60 Active Points); Extra Time (Full Phase, -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Concentration (1/2 DCV; -1/4) Real Cost: 27 6
0 37) Pudovkin's Call to Nature: Summon 150-point One Animal, Devoted (+3/4) (52 Active Points); Arrives Under Own Power (-1/2), Summoned Being Must Inhabit Locale (-1/2), IAF (Bit of Fur; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 17 5
0 38) Rozhestvensky's Giant Form I: Growth (+40 STR, +8 BODY, +8 STUN, -8" KB, 24,320 kg, -4 DCV, +4 PER Rolls to perceive character, 8 m tall, 4 m wide), Costs END Only To Activate (+1/4) (50 Active Points); Increased Endurance Cost (x3 END; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Extra Time (Full Phase, Only to Activate, -1/4) Real Cost: 22 12
0 39) Rozhestvensky's Giant Form II: Growth (+55 STR, +11 BODY, +11 STUN, -11" KB, 194,560 kg, -6 DCV, +6 PER Rolls to perceive character, 16 m tall, 8 m wide), Costs END Only To Activate (+1/4) (69 Active Points); Increased Endurance Cost (x3 END; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Extra Time (Full Phase, Only to Activate, -1/4) Real Cost: 31 15
0 40) Sharivker's Wondrous Wards: Life Support (Safe in High Pressure; Safe in High Radiation; Safe in Intense Cold; Safe in Intense Heat; Safe in Low Pressure/Vacuum; Self-Contained Breathing), Usable Simultaneously (up to 16 people at once; +1 1/4) (43 Active Points); Costs Endurance (-1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 21 4
0 41) Siberian Hailstorm: Energy Blast 6d6 (vs. PD), Indirect (Always from above; +1/4), Area Of Effect (4" Radius; +1) (67 Active Points); IAF (Glass Marbles; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 33 7
0 42) Speaking the Language of the Dead: Retrocognitive Clairsentience (Sight Group) (40 Active Points); Retrocognition Only (-1), Requires a Dead Body (-1), Only to Learn Things the Body Knew--Descriptions Only (-1), Extra Time (1 Minute, to cast, -3/4), Concentration, throughout (1/2 DCV; -1/2), Vague and Unclear (-1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 6 4
0 43) Stench of the Damned: Energy Blast 4d6 (vs. ED), Personal Immunity (+1/4), No Normal Defense (Self-Contained Breathing or No Sense of Smell; +1), Area Of Effect (5" Radius; +1) (65 Active Points); IAF (Piece of Dead Flesh; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Not in a Strong Wind (-1/4), Inaccurate 1/2 OCV (-1/4), Limited Range (-1/4) Real Cost: 24 6
0 44) Step Between the Planes: Extra-Dimensional Movement (Any Dimension, Any Location), x4 Increased Weight, Safe Blind Travel (+1/4) (69 Active Points); Extra Time (1 Minute, Character May Take No Other Actions, -1 3/4), Increased Endurance Cost (x2 END; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 18 14
0 45) Sudnik's Thorny Wall I: Force Wall (6 PD/6 ED; 5" long and 2" tall), Uncontrolled (lasts until hacked down or dies; +1/2) (60 Active Points); IAF (Thorn; -1/2), Extra Time (Full Phase, -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Limited Range (30"; -1/4) Real Cost: 22 6
0 46) Sudnik's Thorny Wall II: Killing Attack - Ranged 1d6 (vs. PD), Limited Range (30"; +1/4), Armor Piercing (+1/2), Damage Shield (+1/2), Reduced Endurance (0 END; +1/2), Uncontrolled (lasts until hacked down or dies; +1/2), Continuous (+1) (64 Active Points); IAF (Thorn; -1/2), Extra Time (Full Phase, -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 26 0
0 47) Sword of the Cossacks' Hearts: Killing Attack - Hand-To-Hand 3d6 (4d6 w/STR) (vs. PD), Armor Piercing (+1/2) (67 Active Points); IAF (Sliver of Steel; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Physical Manifestation (-1/4) Real Cost: 30 7
0 48) Tie Off Mana: Dispel END Battery 23d6+1 (70 Active Points); Only vs. Magical END Batteries (-1), Increased Endurance Cost (x2 END; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 23 14
0 49) Tolstoy's Lament: Mind Control 14d6 (70 Active Points); Eye Contact Required (-1/2), Only To Alter/Inflict Emotional States (-1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Does Not Provide Mental Awareness (-1/4) Real Cost: 25 7
0 50) Uprooting Force of Kozmin the Mad: Dispel Knockback Resistance 11 1/2d6, Does Knockback (+1/4), Double Knockback (+3/4) (69 Active Points); Side Effects (Targets Yurodvi Instead; -1), Activation Roll 14- (-1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 23 7
0 51) Vlad's Vampiric Hand: Transfer 4d6 (BODY to BODY) (60 Active Points); Increased Endurance Cost (x2 END; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Concentration (1/2 DCV; -1/4) Real Cost: 27 12
0 52) Voice of Rasputin I: +30 PRE (30 Active Points); Costs Endurance (-1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 15 3
0 53) Voice of Rasputin II: Mind Control 9d6, Invisible Power Effects (Fully Invisible; +1/2) (67 Active Points); Restrainable (-1/2), Does Not Provide Mental Awareness (-1/4), Extra Time (Full Phase, Only to Activate, -1/4) Real Cost: 33 7
0 54) Wail of the Rusalka I: Ego Attack 5 1/2d6, Does Knockback (+1/4) (69 Active Points); Side Effects (Yurodvi Suffers the Damage Instead; -1), Activation Roll 14- (-1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 23 7
0 55) Wail of the Rusalka II: Energy Blast 7d6 (vs. ED), No Normal Defense ([Standard]; Hearing Flash Defense or Deafness; +1) (70 Active Points); Side Effects (Yurodvi Suffers the Damage Instead; -1), Activation Roll 14- (-1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 23 7
0 56) Wail of the Rusalka III: Mind Control 14d6 (70 Active Points); Fear Only (-1), Side Effects (Yurodive Suffers a 14d6 Flash vs. Hearing; -1), Activation Roll 14- (-1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Does Not Provide Mental Awareness (-1/4) Real Cost: 16 7
0 57) Water into Vodka: Minor Transform 3d6 (Water into Vodka) (30 Active Points); Limited Target ([Limited]; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 15 3
0 58) Weight of a Thousand Fairies: Suppress: Flight or Gliding 8d6, One Power At A Time (+1/4) (50 Active Points); IAF (Fairy Dust; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 25 5
0 59) Winds of Chaos: Energy Blast 9d6+1 (vs. ED), Variable Special Effects (Any SFX; +1/2) (70 Active Points); Side Effects (Blast Hits Yurodvi Instead; -1), IAF (Butterfly Wing; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2), Activation Roll 15- (-1/4) Real Cost: 21 7
0 60) Yurodvi's Energy Leeching I: Transfer 4d6 (END to END), Can Transfer Maximum Of 44 Points (70 Active Points); IAF (Human Hair; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 35 7
0 61) Yurodvi's Energy Leeching II: Transfer 1d6 (END to END), Can Transfer Maximum Of 44 Points, Area Of Effect (3" Radius; +1) (68 Active Points); IAF (Human Hair; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 34 7
0 62) Yurodvi's Energy Leeching III: Drain END 7d6 (70 Active Points); IAF (Human Hair; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 35 7
0 63) Yurodvi's Energy Leeching IV: Drain END 3d6, Personal Immunity (+1/4), Area Of Effect (4" Radius; +1) (67 Active Points); IAF (Human Hair; -1/2), Restrainable (-1/2) Real Cost: 33 7
15 Mage's Protections: Elemental Control, 30-point powers
15 1) Wards of the Master: Force Field (12 PD/12 ED), Reduced Endurance (1/2 END; +1/4) (30 Active Points) 1
8 2) Wards Esoteric: Force Field (12 Mental Defense/12 Power Defense/6 Flash Defense: Sight Group) (30 Active Points); Activation Roll 14- (-1/2), Extra Time (Extra Segment, Only to Activate, -1/4) 3
10 The Rasputin Legacy I: Elemental Control, 20-point powers
3 1) Heals Beyond His Enemies' Expectations: Healing 1d6, Reduced Endurance (0 END; +1/2), Persistent (+1/2) (20 Active Points); Extra Time (5 Minutes, -2), Self Only (-1/2) 0
10 2) Tough as a Mule: +10 CON (20 Active Points)
2 3) Incredible Extrication: Desolidification (40 Active Points); Side Effects, Side Effect occurs automatically whenever Power is used (Yurodvi Takes 2d6 STUN; -8 1/2), Increased Endurance Cost (x5 END; -2), Does Not Protect Against Damage (-1), Activation Roll 13- (-3/4), Only to Escape from Grabs and Bonds (-3/4), Extra Time (Full Phase, -1/2) 20
7 The Rasputin Legacy II: Life Support (Immunity: All terrestrial poisons and chemical warfare agents) (10 Active Points); Requires A CON Roll (-1/2) 0
9 Shielded from the Stars: Invisibility to Mystic Group , Inherent (+1/4), Reduced Endurance (0 END; +1/2), Persistent (+1/2) (22 Active Points); From Precognition Only (-1), Always On (-1/2) 0
2 The Rasputin Legacy III: Life Support (Longevity: 400 Years) 0
2 Long Legs: Running +1" (7" total) 1
11 Magesight: Detect A Class Of Things 14- (no Sense Group), Discriminatory, Range, Sense (17 Active Points); Sense Affected As More Than One Sense [Normal Sight] (-1/2) 0
 

Cost

Perks

4

Contact: Baba Yaga (Contact has very useful Skills or resources) 11-

2

Deep Cover: Mikhail Ivan Pichugin

Cost

Skills

3

Analyze: Magic 14-

3

Cryptography 14-

3

Deduction 14-

0

Everyman Skills

AK: Fyodorovsky Village, Russia 11-

Climbing 8-

Concealment 8-

Deduction 8-

Language: Russian (idiomatic)

Paramedics 8-

PS: Mystic 11-

Shadowing 8-

Stealth 8-

TF: Small Motorized Ground Vehicles

3

High Society 13-

3

Language: English (completely fluent)

3

Navigation (Astral, Dimensional) 14-

3

Oratory 13-

-6

Russian Dawn Package

Fringe Benefit: Federal Police Powers

Fringe Benefit: Military Rank (Captain)

Team Communicator

Social Limitation: Subject To Orders

3

Spell Research 14-

21

Scholar

KS: Cosmic Entities (INT-based) 14-

KS: Known Superhuman Criminals (INT-based) 14-

KS: Mystical Dimensions (INT-based) 14-

KS: Mystical Locations (INT-based) 14-

KS: Occult Lore (INT-based) 14-

KS: Powerful Mages (INT-based) 14-

KS: Russian FSB (INT-based) 14-

KS: Russian Folklore (INT-based) 14-

KS: The Mystic World (INT-based) 14-
200+ Disadvantages

5

Distinctive Features: Tall, Bearded Mystic (Easily Concealed; Noticed and Recognizable; Detectable By Commonly-Used Senses)

15

Hunted: Oktober 8- (Mo Pow, Harshly Punish)

15

Hunted: Rasputin 8- (Mo Pow, Harshly Punish)

20

Hunted: Russian Organizatsiya 8- (Mo Pow, NCI, Harshly Punish)

10

Psychological Limitation: Conceited (Common, Moderate)

10

Psychological Limitation: Keeps His Heritage a Secret (Uncommon, Strong)

15

Psychological Limitation: Mysterious and Enigmatic (Common, Strong)

15

Psychological Limitation: Reluctant to Kill (Common, Strong)

10

Rivalry: Professional (Ganesh; Rival is More Powerful; Seek to Outdo, Embarrass, or Humiliate Rival; Rival Aware of Rivalry)

15

Social Limitation: Creepy (Very Frequently, Minor)

15

Social Limitation: Public Identity: Captain Mikhail Ivan Pichugin (Frequently, Major)

5

Social Limitation: Reared Under Unusual Circumstances (Occasionally, Minor)
0 Experience Points
 
Characteristics Cost 112 Base Points 200
Powers Cost 193 Disadvantages 150
Talents Cost 0 Experience Points 0
Perks Cost 6 Total Points 350
Martial Arts Cost 0
Skills Cost 39
Total Cost 350
 
Concept Mystic Hair Colour Black
Nationality Russian Eye Colour Brown
Place of Birth Fyodorovsky Village, Russia Height 2.03 m/6' 8"
Date of Birth December 25, 1916 Weight 95.00 kg/209 lbs
 
Background

July 18, 1918
The young woman stumbling through the forests was pale and cold. She wore a simple brown peasant’s dress, but carried herself, though dying, with a certain poise and aristocratic air. Certainly, her eyes were proud and alert, and she seemed not to let the blood running down her side or her bare feet distract her from her purpose. She was weighted down with a heavy pack strapped to her back. It seemed to squirm as she moved, but to the casual observer, that might have seemed like a trick of the light.

After more than two hours of moving through the dark woods, she came finally to a structure. In her dazed fever, she thought for a moment that it was a pair of trees. Then she gazed more closely at the two supports that held it aloft. They looked like chicken legs. Drawing her eyes upward, she saw that it was a small hut, the barest light escaping from the drapes on its windows. It smelled of stew and something fetid and dark. The feet on the chicken legs looked like they’d been dipped in blood. The young woman sighed in resignation. “Baba Yaga,” she said quietly. “I should have known.”

When the hut remained unmoving, and with no stairs present to lift her to its door some fifteen feet in the air, she finally resorted to tossing pebbles at the door and the window.

After a long minute, the door opened, revealing a horrible looking crone with wrinkles that seemed to run deeper than the bone. Her hair was white and stark, sticking out at angles. Her eyes were pale and rheumy. She peered down at the girl for a moment, then made a gesture with her gnarled hand. The hut’s chicken legs bent low until the hut’s floor touched the earth. The smell of stew grew stronger, and the girl felt a surge of hunger. The crone shuffled toward her. “What do you want,” the old woman said, her voice querulous and high-pitched.

The young woman stood up straight despite the pain in her side. As she did so, she felt something break loose and fresh blood ran down her abdomen. She ignored it. “I am Anastasia Romanov,” she said proudly.

The crone—Baba Yaga—nodded her head. Wisps of white hair dangled from her chin like a sparse beard. “Da,” she said. “I know.” She stretched out her arm, suddenly seeming much taller than Anastasia had previously suspected. She pressed the back of her clawlike hand against the young woman’s forehead, then made a soft whistling sound. “There is nothing I can do for you,” she said. “You will be dead within the hour.”

“Da,” Anastasia replied, her voice mocking the old witch’s. “I know.” If the death sentence disturbed her, she refused to allow that to show. Instead, she bent and removed the squirming pack from her back. She withdrew a small boy, perhaps 18 months old, dressed in a simple brown tunic. He was even paler than she was, with shockingly dark black hair and prominent eyebrows. His brown eyes were alert and intent, and he stared at Baba Yaga without reaction. He didn’t make the slightest noise.

The old woman started, her crusty eyes widening, the air hissing from her mouth, whistling through a gap where she missing a tooth. “What is this? The stars did not proclaim this. He is hidden from me.”

Anastasia smiled triumphantly. “This is my son,” she said with fierce pride. “His name is Mikhail Romanov… Rasputin.”

Baba Yaga was clearly deeply troubled, but she looked at the boy in a cunning, knowing manner that Anastasia knew was feigned. “Ah,” the old woman said, “so that is it.” She tore her eyes away from the boy’s reluctantly. “And what is it you wish of me?”

Anastasia’s shoulders slumped a bit. She could feel the life ebbing from her. With tears in her eyes, she set the boy on the ground, where he stood and clung to her bloody leg. She stroked his hair and her tears dropped upon his head like rain. “I need someone to protect him,” she said. “You are all I have.”

The old woman opened her mouth, then closed it, then opened it again. When she spoke, her voice was almost kindly. “Come inside,” she said, gesturing at the open door to her hut. “We have much to discuss while we have time.”

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Mikhail Romanov Rasputin, the last child of the Romanov dynasty, the son of the mystic Grigori Effimovich Rasputin, the pupil and foster child of the witch Baba Yaga has spent much of his life defending Russia from secret. An opponent of Communism for obvious reasons, he realized early in his life—after a disastrous attempt to assassinate Stalin in 1930—that no matter how his magical powers grew, he would be unable to change the government in his nation. Instead, he confined himself to more attainable goals. In 1943, under the superhero persona of Fantom that he established during the Second World War, he drove the German mystic Der Zauberer out of Russia. In 1952, when a representative of the elder gods crashed a meteor filled with magical spores in Siberia, he cured the citizens possessed by the spores and destroyed the meteor. In 1962, he saved the life of an American spy, allowing the man to escape with valuable intelligence that would embarrass the Soviet leadership. During the 1960s, he used his spells to create a Soviet superhero persona to defend his nation against supercriminals, turning his skin to iron and calling himself Iron Curtain. Although he has retained the necessary spells, he eventually abandoned the role as too limiting and too much of a help to the Soviet regime. These are mere examples of the work that the man performed in secrecy, all the while continuing his mystical training.

After the Soviet regime fell, Rasputin—who had at that point adopted the alias of Mikhail Ivan Pichugin to protect his identity—began to operate a little more in the open, though he was still spoken of only in whispers, as the “mad wizard” or “ghost” who called himself Yurodvi. Still, when the organization called the Russian Dawn formed, Yurodvi was one of the first people recruited to be a member of the team, lending his mystical might and knowledge to the vital defense of Russia.

Personality
As befits the son of Rasputin, raised by the witch Baba Yaga, Yurodvi is a spooky man, unskilled in social niceties. He is brash, opinionated, outspoken, and independent, though he is attempting to learn to work better with others. He is often convinced of his own superiority, especially in mystical matters, and feels that most other magicians are his inferiors. When they exceed his raw power, he believes that their spells are not particularly nuanced or skilled. Years of hiding from the Communists and protecting the secrets of his own origins have made him reluctant to reveal any more information than he needs to.

On the positive side, Yurodvi is quite brave, loyal to the good of Russia and the friends he makes, meticulous in the work that he does, and a professional.
Quote
“I have fought the ice ghosts of Nazi soldiers frozen on the steppes. I’ve shared tea with devils in Hell. I’ve been impaled by Stalin’s personal bodyguard and exorcised the kostchtchie possessing premier Andropov. Why is it that you think that you can frighten me?”
Powers

In addition to being a physically powerful man, Mikhail possesses some of his father’s indomitability, healing from damage quickly and being immune to most poisons. He is a master mage with a wide variety of spells. He learned many of these directly from Baba Yaga, and his spells have a “Russian flavor” as a result, but he also has studied the spells of mages all over the world. In keeping with his reputation and image as a “fantom” or ghost, he particularly favors spells and effects that have a ghostly or frightening theme.

Because of his heritage and mystical powers, Mikhail’s aging process has been retarded. He is much younger and fitter than his age would indicate.

The Limitations listed for the various Powers in Yurodvi's Variable Power Pool represent the default Limitations he uses for them; he might alter these slightly depending on circumstances, as per the Variable Limitations on the control cost of the pool.

Appearance

Mikhail is a huge man, more than two meters tall (6’ 8”). He is broad-chested and quite strong. He has very pale skin, somewhat mottled from scars he has suffered over the years, and strikingly dark hair and beard. As Yurodvi, Mikhail favors simple brown “peasant” clothing and workboots, with a heavy coat and belt, each of which contains many pockets. As he casts some of his spells, Yurodvi appears even more ghostlike—his skin becomes nearly transparent, his fingernails seem to grow, and his eyes turn red and begin to glow. He appears much younger than his 88 years; although he appeared to be in his mid-thirties by the time he was 21, he has aged little since.