This character sheet is for Wild Cards.
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BlaiseBlaise is Doctor Tachyon's grandson. He is a human/Takisian hybrid with very potent mind control powers and a very nasty personality.
Dr.TachyonHis real name is Tisianne brant T'sara sek Halima sek Ragnar sek Omian, an alien prince from the Takisian race. His people created the Wild Card virus. Tachyon tried to prevent the virus from being tested on Earth, but failed. Feeling extremely guilty, he devoted his life to help the victims of the virus.The series has Loads and Loads of Characters; amongst all of them, Dr. Tachyon is arguably the main protagonist.
Jube the WalrusA humanoid walrus that owns a newspaper stand in Jokertown. Everybody likes old, harmless Jube. No one knows that he isn't a joker, or even human. Jube is actually an alien spy, studying Earth for the Network, an alien The Federation.
The AstronomerThe main antagonist of the first trilogy of novels, the Astronomer is an insanely powerful Evil Sorcerer that is also the leader of his own dark cult. He is a bad guy's bad guy. Just count the number of "evil" tropes.
BagabondA bag lady with the power to communicate with and control animals. Her best friends are two alley cats.
Black EagleEarl Sanderson, a powerful black ace from the 1940s and important figure in the civil rights movement. He was a member of the Exotics for Democracy. Capable of flight and generating force fields.
Black ShadowA grim vigilante with darkness-based powers. Black Shadows uses a variety of disguises and identities to better fight evil.
Captain TripsMark Meadows, a hippie with the power to transform himself into several different superheroic alter egos, that he calls his "friends." He is also a genius biochemist. For his various alter-egos, see The Radical, Jumpin' Jack Flash, Moonchild, Cosmic Traveler, Starshine, Aquarius, and Monster.
CarnifexBilly Ray, a Justice Department agent who is stronger, faster, and tougher than a normal human. He also can heal very quick. Carnifex is a ferocious fighter that loves action and mayhem a little too much.
Cordelia ChaisonA Cajun girl with the power to shut down a person's respiratory and circulatory systems. She is the niece of Sewer Jack Robicheaux. Works as a young exec for Global Fun & Games.
DemiseDemise is James Spector, a failed accountant that was killed by the virus and later came back to life. He gained the power to kill with a look (and he's pretty much unkillable too). Unhinged by his experiences, he became a hitman.
FadeoutPhilip Cunningham, a high-ranking criminal in the Shadow Fist Society. He can become invisible at will.
FortunatoA half-black, half-Japanese pimp with the power of tantric magic. One of the protagonists in the first trilogy of novels.
Golden BoyGolden Boy is Jack Braun, a WWII veteran and has-been actor with the power of superstrength, invulnerability, and eternal youth. He was a member of the superteam Exotics for Democracy in the 1940s, but has more or less retired from superheroics after being pressured into testifying against his friends in the paranoid political climate of 1950.
The Great and Powerful TurtleTom Tudbury, a nerd from New Jersey who also happens to be the world's most powerful telekinetic. His powers don't work when he is feeling threatened, so he fights crime inside a floating metal shell.
The Hero TwinsA pair of modern day Mayans living in Guatemala that become re-incarnations of the ancient legendary brothers, Hunapu and Xbalanque. They lead a resistance movement to recreate a Mayan regime.
Jumpin' Jack FlashOne of Captain Trips's alter-egos, probably the most well-known of them in the original novels, since he is a ladies' man and a showoff. Flash has fire powers and a personality to match.
Mackie MesserA young, mentally disturbed German hunchback with the power to vibrate his own body out of phase with the physical universe. In doing so, he can walk through walls and use his hands as buzzsaw weapons.
Mister NobodyJerry Strauss, a man capable of changing his appearance at will. He's a big movie fan, and specializes in transforming into famous actors and actresses.
Modular ManA super-sophisticated android created by Mad Scientist Maxim Travnicek. Mod Man is mostly a nice guy, but forced to follow the orders of his sociopathic creator. He fights crime as a superhero as a ploy from Travnicek to gain publicity and wealth.
MoonchildOne of Captain Trips's alter-egos. She is a beautiful Korean woman with superhuman martial arts prowess.
PolyakovRussian ace with the power of pyrokinesis. Used to be a bigwig in the Soviet secret service.
PopinjayJay Ackroyd, a private detective with the power of teleporting any object he can point his finger at to any place he has ever been. Also known for his sense of humour. Hates firearms.
PuppetmanSenator Gregg Hartmann, seemingly a liberal, idealistic politician that fights for the rights of Wild Carders. He's secretely Puppetman, a manipulative emotional vampire.
RouletteA high-class prostitute that can kill men by having sex with them. She is an agent of the Astronomer.
Sewer JackJack Robicheaux, a Cajun transit worker with the power to transform himself into a big alligator.
The SleeperCroyd Crenson, a man that changes his appearance and powers every time he falls asleep. Works as an ace for hire.
Ti MaliceA hideously atrophied joker-ace with the power to possess people by attaching itself to their necks. Its victims (called "mounts") become completely addicted to Ti Malice's kiss.
VeronicaA former prostitute of Fortunato's, Veronica has the power to make any man weak and helpless. Seriously.
Water LilyJane Dow, a young woman with the power to control water. Born in a small town, she comes to New York City in 1986, and gets involved in the ace scene.
Hiram WorchesterHiram is the owner of the Aces High restaurant, the chicest meeting place for aces in the 1970s and 1980s. He is a powerful ace himself, with mastery over gravity. He had a short superhero career as Fatman.
WraithJennifer Maloy, meek librarian by day, daring jewel thief by night. She can become insubstantial at will.
Reverend Leo BarnettA Fundamentalist Christian preacher that gains fame by taking a anti-Wild Cards stance. Later he goes into politics.
JetboyBobby Tomlin, an heroic fighter pilot from World War II, tried to stop the release of the Wild Card virus.
Sara MorgensternStar reporter from the Washington Post, specialized in Wild Cards issues. Has a vendetta with Senator Gregg Hartmann.
Rosemary MuldoonReal name Rosa-Maria Gambione, a Mafia princess that became stranged from her family, changed her name and became a New York district attorney. Later tried to become a leader in the Mafia, playing both sides.
YeomanDaniel Brennan, a Vietnam Vet that swore revenge on crime boss Kien Phuc. He is a zen archer with Improbable Aiming Skills.
BloatJoker leader in the Jumper books. Bloat is an immobile, gigantic montain of pale flesh, with the head and shoulders of a teen boy perched atop it. He has extraordinarily potent Psychic Powers. His home base is the Rox, formerly known as Ellis Island.
BludgeonGigantic joker bruiser with superstrength and a club-like right arm. Works as muscle for the mobs.
ChrysalisChrysalis is the owner of the Crystal Palace nightclub in Jokertown, and is the unofficial queen of the Joker underworld, brokering information to all parties. Her skin is invisible, her organs and skeleton exposed for all to see.
Xavier DesmondThe so-called Mayor of Jokertown, Desmond has an elephant trunk where his nose should be. He is the founder and leader of the Jokers' Anti-Defamation League and a major champion of joker's rights.
PeregrineThe host of a Good Morning America style TV show. Peregrine is a superheroine who is technically considered a Joker but has kept her natural beauty. She has big, bird-like wings and is capable of flight. This leads many to consider her an Ace.
The OddityThe Oddity is actually three people permanently merged into one monstrous, constantly shifting, painful whole. They're superhumanly strong and tough and act as a vigilante in Jokertown.
QuasimanHunchbacked joker-ace with the powers of superstrength, precognition and teleportation. He's a friend of Father Squid, and handyman of the Church of Jesus Christ Joker.
Father SquidPriest of the Church of Jesus Christ Joker. A former Catholic priest who created a unique version of Christianity especially for Jokers.