Sedara Bakut

Strength
6d
Agility
3d
Intellect
4b
Willpower
4c

Hand Size:
Edge:
3 (17)
1

Origin:

Sedara is a paranormal, a sort of altered human who gained her powers during the White Event, an incident that set her world apart from our more conventional reality. Her powers are psionic in nature, and surprisingly offensive in function.

Powers:

Natural Psionics (Psimotive Powers):

Portal (a) (i): a variant of the standard version of the power, Sedara can use this art to make portals to any location she's ever been to, with intensity 13 ability. This power isn't limited by the standard teleportational ranges at all.

Interestingly, if a telepath shares a location they have in mind with Sedara, she can also make a portal to that location, as well. She attempts cardplay to accomplish this at an increased difficulty, but this advantage extends Sedara's already potent range considerably.

Dimensional Displacement (a) (i): Sedara also has a specialized form of this art that allows her to produce two-dimensional 'blades' of energy, blades that she can use to inflict intensity 8 Armor Ignoring slashing damage with each extremely lethal strike.

Hindrances / Augmentations:

(none)

Equipment:

Sedara typically carries several pistols and knives on her person at all times. She has that offensive Dimensional Displacement ability, but she carries these things on her person just in case her powers fail her. You never know, after all.

Skills:

Computers (i): after joining Psi-Force / the Medusa Web, Sedara was presumably trained in advanced computer operations by the Medusa Web. She can program, hack, and to some extent, design computer systems.

Detective / Espionage (i): Sedara also picked up this skill after hooking up with Psi-Force and the Medusa Web. It details her training in surveillance techniques, spotting minor details about a subject, and of course, detecting whether or not she's being followed.

Languages / Dari and English (i): out of necessity, Sedara has learned to speak English in addition to her native tongue. This was so that she could communicate with the American mercenaries that were aiding the Mujahedin efforts.

Guns (a): another talent gained during her time as a Mujahedin rebel, this skill demonstrates Sedara's ability to use most firearms with remarkable skill. In fact, she makes attacks with such weapons at one difficulty level lower than is normally necessary.

Military (w): though she grew up in a paramilitary environment, Sedara didn't receive proper military training until she hooked up with the Medusa Web, such as deciphering military plans, leading a body of troops, and otherwise functioning in a militaristic setting (like the Medusa Web).

Skill / Knives (s): an experienced freedom fighter, Sedara knows how to use a knife with competence; after all, what else do you have when you've run out of bullets? She performs actions with a knife at one difficulty level lower than is usually required.

Survival (w): living on the run for years, hiding out from Soviet forces intent on eliminating her and her kin, Sedara has learned to subsist off the land. She can gather suitable food and drinking water despite her surroundings, no matter how hostile they may be.

Contacts:

As a member of Psi-Force, Sedara can probably rely on any team member for whatever help she could need. The Medusa Web should also be considered a reliable contact, as they went to great lengths to recruit the Psi-Force, and would not like to lose them.

Calling:

Soldier, later Repentant: originally happy to be a soldier of the Mujahedin, Sedara has come to regret the constant death that she has perpetrated in order to free her nation. She is now attempting to wash her hands of that excessive violence.

Mind you, it is implied that Sedara didn't quite succeed at this in the last issue of Psi-Force.

Costume:

While active with Psi-Force, Sedara usually didn't wear a specific uniform to speak of, but usually sticks to a common theme. Said theme includes a pair of black pants, a black leather jacket with stylized red hawk on front, a black hood, and gray gloves.

Personality:

Little is truly known about the personality of the Afghan rebel known as Sedara Bakut. However, she was shown to be a rather brave and honorable warrior, fighting for what she believed in no matter how rough the battle before her may be.

Real Name: Sedara Bakut
Occupation: vigilante, former freedom fighter
Legal Status: Afghanistani citizen wanted by most authorities
Marital Status: single
Alias(es), if any: none
Group Affiliation: Psi-Force, the Medusa Web

Height: 5' 6"
Hair: black
Eyes: brown
Weight: 105 lbs.
Other Distinguishing Characteristics: none

Story:

Sedara Bakut was a member of the Mujahedin freedom fighters, a small army dedicated to removing the Soviets that had conquered their land from it. She fought with them for several years, at a very young age, watching most of her relatives die, one by one.

She was present on a fateful mission to destroy a Soviet arms shipment to Iran, when it was ambushed -- a traitor in their camp had revealed the group's plan. Most of the freedom fighters died, but Sedara managed to transport the survivors to safety.

Later, she returned to the Soviet base holding the arms in order to learn who the traitor was, when she encountered Psi-Force. They were also there to destroy those arms, as well as to recruit Sedara into Psi-Force on the behalf of the Medusa Web, if possible.

Sedara joined up with the vigilantes, helping them destroy the place, and took them back to their camp, where Psi-Force helped to identify the traitor in their group: Sedara's own father. After killing him, Sedara decided she'd had enough of war, and left the country with Psi-Force.

Sedara remained with Psi-Force for some time afterward, helping them to make the world a better place, and furthering the Medusa Web's goals.

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