Crossfire

F
Gd 10
A
Ex 20
S
Gd 10
E
Gd 10
R
Ty 6
I
Ex 20
P
Gd 10
Res
Gd 10
Pop
Sh 0

Health:
Karma:
50
36

Origin:

Like military men and women that comprise the GI Joe team, Crossfire is a completely normal human. While highly skilled, he lacks metahuman abilities of any sort, be they from freakish happenstance, physical mutation, a mystical background, or anything else.

Known Powers:

(none)

Limitations / Enhancements:

(none)

Equipment:

Knife: stored in a boot sheath when not in use, this utility blade is made from Incredible (40) m.s. metals. It can either be used to cut through materials of up to like m.s., assuming enough time at hand, or can be used to inflict Edged Attack damage in melee combat.

Machine Gun: his primary martial implement, Crossifre may fire a single round from this weapon to inflict Typical (6) Shooting damage, a three-round burst to inflict Good (10) Shooting damage, or fire it continuously to inflict Excellent (20) Shooting damage.

Sidearm: his backup piece, in case his machine gun is taken out, this standard semi-automatic handgun can inflict some damage as well. It can either discharge one round, inflicting Typical (6) Shooting damage, or a three-round burst, inflicting Good (10) Shooting damage.

Quirks:

(none)

Talents:

Guns: it may go without saying, but Crossfire's quite handy with firearms. Whether it be a standard, semi-automatic, or fully automatic rifle or pistol, or even an oddball projectile weapon like a shotgun, Crossfire can wield any firearms in combat at his Agility rank +1 CS.

Martial Arts type B: while he's a gunner, and a rather good one at that, Crossfire has been trained in unarmed fighting techniques as well. In melee combat, Crossfire can resolve unarmed attacks (punch, knee drop, elbow smash, etc.) at if his Fighting was +1 CS in rank.

Military / United States: the source for most of his skills, this 'background' talent represents Crossfire's intensive military training. It allows for his instinctual knowledge of military protocols and procedures, and accounts for a large number of his Military contacts.

Repair / Tinkering: ever since he was a wee youth, Crossfire was always taking things apart, hoping to see what makes them tick. As such, Crossfire receives a +1 CS on any Reason FEAT called for whenever he's repairing and/or modifying existing electromechanical items.

Contacts:

Though he's one of their newer members, Crossfire is nonetheless a part of the GI Joe team, and can easily rely upon members of that organization for assistance in a pinch. Furthermore, Crossfire has numerous additional military contacts, who have yet to be detailed.

Costume:

Crossfire wears a conventional uniform while working with the Joes, which consists of a camouflage green, long-sleeved shirt, as well as a camouflage green pair of trousers. Further, he wears a brown leather belt, brown leather boots, and two ammo belts strapped over his shoulders.

Personality:

Bill has always been inquisitive, forever trying to find the wheres and whys behind something, whether it be a machine gun or an automobile engine. Enamored with the military lifestyle since he was a child, he applies his skills to the martial world, and enjoys helping America with them.

Real Name: Bill White, grade E-7
Occupation: machine gunner
Legal Status: citizen of the United States with no known criminal record
Marital Status: single
Alias(es), if any: none
Group Affiliation: GI Joe

Height: 6'
Hair: brown
Eyes: brown
Weight: 170 lbs
Other Distinguishing Characteristics: none

Story:

As a child, Crossfire was more fascinated with how his toys worked than with actually playing with them. For instance, he took his toy guns apart to tinker with their innards rather than play 'war', and his front room was a menagerie of parts and pieces come Christmas morning.

When he was eight, Crossfire journeyed to Fort Bragg to visit an uncle, and he was forever changed. You see, he witnessed the grunts chopping down trees with their big ol' Quad-50 cannons, and he was hooked; Crossfire found that he loved the military, and almost everything about it.

On this trip, the young Crossfire was befriended by the Base Command's Sergeant Major, who taught him various military tricks, like how to disassemble and reassemble most small arms. With all this stuff swimming in his head, it was inevitable that Crossfire would enlist in the Army.

And he did, too. Armed with his mechanical skills and an indefatigable enthusiasm, Crossfire couldn't help but excel, and the Army decided he'd be a great machine gunner. Specializing in the operation of heavy weapons, Crossfire was right at home, and truly loved his job.

His joy at work enhances his performance, as his concentration is absolute, which gained him the notice of a GI Joe recruiter. Now that he's participating in the never-ending war against Cobra, Crossfire has truly come into his own, for Cobra will always have more goons to ventilate!

Extra Goodies:

Crossfire Universal Heroes Text File Download

GI Joe directories featuring a version of Crossfire:

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