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A towering, vicious duke with formidable magical and physical power.
[i] My TV set hums as I wait for John Walsh to tell me whom to kill. My room is barren, nothing but a TV set, a hot plate and my chain. I must keep my chain clean. Every drop of blood left on it brings the Bad Guys into my inner sanctum. I canít have that.
The episode finishes, and I wrap my face. I canít let the Bad Guys see my face, or they might take it. Only the eyes may show, and only when I say. Moments later I am on my bike. I know who the Bad Guys are and where to find them.
After a day of looking, I find the Bad Guy. It should take longer. It would take longer, if people cared. They donít care; they donít want to see the Bad Guys caught, so even the easy ones get away. No one cares, except for me. The owner at a hotel he was staying at tells me which room he was in. John Walsh is hiding in his TV, though only I can see him. John Walsh tells me where he went, whispering so that they will not know heís in the TV when his show isnít on, and I go to find him.
I find the Bad Guy. He shoots me, I think; Iím not sure until later. I approach him, and I see him shaking in fear. I look him in the eye, and I show him my soul, and he throws his gun at me and tries to run away. I wrap the chain around his neck, and he is quickly dead.
But it is not enough. I see that his soul remains, a twisting mass of crimes and sin. It still lives on, still taints the earth, tethered to his unhallowed remains. For hours on end I beat the remains, screaming, until his soul dissipates. Exhausted, I clean my body and my chain and my clothes in a river, and I head home.
My TV set hums as I wait for John Walsh to tell me whom to kill. [/i]
Obsession: Doing the work of John Walsh.
Rage: The Vigilante is completely obsessed. If youíve committed any sort of crime that he knows of youíre in for a painful pummeling at best.
Fear: Uncertainty. He knows what he must do. He knows his place, and he knows that Americaís Most Wanted will never lead him astray.
Noble: The Innocent. If Youíve never committed an atrocity to The Vigilanteís knowledge, he will give his last breath to save you.
Body: (Enormous) 80
Pursuit (general athletics) (25%) Distribute Justice (struggle) (60%) Large And Hard To Move (25%)
Speed: (Ponderous) 50
Firearms (35%), Dodge (15%) Initiative (15%) Drive (30%)
Mind (Predatory Cunning) 40
Highschool Dropout (15%), Track (35%), Notice (20%) Conceal (15%)
b]Soul[/b] (Intense) 70
See Their Souls (aura sight) (30%) Videomancy (Americaís Most Wanted) (45%) Avatar: The Executioner(53%) Charm (15%) Lie (15%) Commanding Presence (30%)
Possessions: Chain (+3 damage), Motorcycle, 10-gauge magnum shotgun, one change of clothes, bandages, first-aid kit, TV set, hot plate
Holy shit. This is the kind of thing that makes you realise just how scary vidiots can be.
Cal_Lous | profile | Jun 22, 06 | 4:45 pm
Actually, I took the character from a short story I wrote, and that's exactly how it ended. Glad y'all liked it.
And yes, he is a very simple character. He mostly came about when I was thinking of possible authorities for the Executioner to answer to, while also thinking of odd avatar-adept combos.
I just saw this. awesome. love it. new take on old school, interesting character, excecutioner: everything on the killing-you shopping list
ervae | profile | Jul 17, 06 | 1:23 pm
I love it, man.
Michael Keenan | profile | Dec 19, 08 | 6:57 am
It's nice, I'll have to use this, as my PC have set up an occult bounty hunting service...
Cobra's_fang | profile | Aug 12, 09 | 2:47 am