Though he has the ability to keep up with Snake-Eyes himself, Wong is but a normal human, and lacks special powers altogether. What he has in the fight against evil, though, is a can-do attitude and the ability to stick to his guns no matter how difficult the situation!
Hindrances / Augmentations:
Assault Rifle (a): though not his favorite, regulations usually requires Wong to carry this weapon. It can discharge one round to inflict his Agility +4 in damage, a short burst of such to inflict his Agility +5 in damage, or be fired continuously to inflict his Agility +6 in damage.
Knife (s): a must for any serious combatant, Wong carries a blade with him at all times. His knife is made from m.s. 12 materials, and can be used to either cut through items of up to the same m.s., given enough time, or to inflict +2 slashing damage in melee.
Revolver (a): though he carries other armaments, Wong considers this his primary piece. He can fire one round with this old-style weapon at a time, each of which inflicts his Agility +5 in damage, and can fire six rounds before he must reload this weapon.
Boxing (s): though he's an expert with his revolver, Wong can easily defend himself without weapons - he can fight anywhere, at any time. As a result, he may divide his pre-card play action score between two separate attacks, the second of which he may attempt as a contingent action.
Guns (a): naturally, Wong knows his way around most firearms, whether built by a Warsaw Pact nation or anyone else. When firing a standard, semi-automatic, or fully automatic rifle or pistol, Wong may do so at one difficulty level lower than is usually required.
Languages / Chinese, English, and Russian (i): though a Chinese national, Wong has mastered English and Russian in addition to his mother tongue. He may fluently read, write, and speak in any of these three languages, a skill that has served him well as a Chinese soldier.
Military / China (w): the source of all his marketable skills, Wong can thank the Chinese military for his many curious aptitudes. He can easily fight in most modern combat units, and knows the ins and outs of the Chinese command structure and its procedures well.
Two Guns (a): though he occasionally only carries one, Wong has taught himself the fine art of gunslinging. As such, he can divide his pre-card play action score between two revolver attacks, the second of which he may attempt as a contingent action.
As at least an associate of the Oktober Guard, Wong can consider the team reliable as far as contacts are concerned. Furthermore, Wong possesses numerous contacts within the Chinese military, and can probably consider Snake-Eyes a good buddy after their adventure together.
Adventurer, with a secondary calling of Soldier: sure, Wong's a dedicated soldier, and supports his country whole-heartedly. However, he loves cowboys and the whole idea behind their rugged individualism, and lives his life out as one at every opportunity.
Wong dresses like a former Union soldier. He wears a Navy blue jacket decorated with gold buttons, trim, and livery, Navy blue trousers, black leather boots adorned with steel spurs, a black leather belt, a khakis gun belt and holster, and a khakis cowboy hat.
Wong has embraced various cultural aspects of the American cowboy, both in his dress and his demeanor. This doesn't stop the man from being a professional, however, and he can function within a combat unit instinctually - despite his curiously strong individuality.
Real Name: unrevealed
Legal Status: citizen of China with no known criminal record
Marital Status: unrevealed
Alias(es), if any: none
Group Affiliation: the Oktober Guard
Height: 5' 6"
Weight: 180 lbs
Other Distinguishing Characteristics: Wong looks portly under his field uniform, but don't let that fool you. The man is cut.
While his identity and history are currently unknown, the Oktober Guard operative known as Wong was assigned to work with the group by his superior officers. Though China isn't a Warsaw Pact nation, and not on the best of terms with the USSR, they enjoyed 'observer' status for a time.
Thus, Wong came to occasionally work with the Guard when performing missions that were of benefit to both nations. This worked out great for China, as it didn't have a team like the Guard or GI Joe, and at the same time it got an unrepentant individualist out of their military's hair.
Since such cooperation wasn't always viable, Wong didn't always work with the Guard. However, when he did he gave his assignments his all, and often found himself fighting alongside both the Oktober Guard and the GI Joe team when Cobra's shenanigans endangered the entire world.
On one such occasion, Cobra forces posed as UFOs in an attempt to blackmail the world's governments into surrender. When lazy play-acting by its Commander's hired goons tipped both teams off to a feeble facade, Wong joined Snake-Eyes to get to the bottom of this matter.
Though initially captured by Zartan and his Dreadnoks, Wong and Snake-Eyes managed to escape and take over their supposed 'alien' aircraft, and used it to destroy the other, manned by Cobra Commander himself! This just left Wong and company to clean up Cobra's mess in Moscow.
Wong's further actions alongside the Oktober Guard have yet to be revealed.
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