Miss Anne Pollicino is a normal human. She has no impressive powers or strange and wonderful knowledge that allows her to cast spells or use psionics. However, she does have access to Project: Spitfire's MAX technology, even if she hasn't used it herself. Yet.
Hindrances / Augmentations:
Dulled Sense / Vision: Anne can barely see without her blue, square-framed glasses. Should she lose them somehow (as they do present an appealing target in a fight) her Strength and Agility scores should be considered zero for the purposes of combat.
Laboratory (i): Anne is a techie that works for Project: Spitfire, and as such, she has complete access to Jenny Swensen's MAX technology. She could conceivably build herself a MAX suit all her own, should she have such an inclination - and the requisite funding.
Computers (i): in addition to her ability to build and repair computer equipment, Anne is a master programmer and mathematician, having built powerful event outcome prediction programs. She may attempt computer based actions at a reduced difficulty.
Detective / Espionage (i): a CIA spook, Anne knows her way around the ol' cloak and dagger, even if only academically speaking. Actions she attempts in this area ought to be resolved at one difficulty lower than is normally required, since she at least does her homework.
Electronics (i): in addition to her impressive programming credentials, Anne is also quite the competent electronic technician. She should receive a reduced difficulty on any action required when designing, building, or repairing electronic devices or circuits.
Engineering (i): Anne's no slouch where mechanics are concerned. She is well-versed in the creation of mechanical devices on top of her skills with electronics and computers, and should receive a reduced difficulty when applying this knowledge to their design, repair or construction.
Guns (a): as a card-carrying member of the CIA, even if she never actually flashes such identification, Anne can wield most firearms with competence. She should do so at a reduced difficulty, whether brandishing standard, semi-automatic, or fully automatic rifles or pistols.
Law Enforcement (w): as part of the Central Intelligence Agency, Anne has to know the laws and how to enforce them. She may make related actions at a reduced difficulty. Furthermore, this skill grants her the ability to legally use guns as well.
A member of Project: Spitfire, Anne can rely upon that organization for aid should she find herself in trouble (their techie supply is dwindling). Since the Project is an arm of the CIA, she could possibly get help from that group as well, if it weren't too much of a hassle for them.
Explorer: Anne digs technology.
She loves tearing into a device and seeing how it ticks, especially if she's never seen such a device before. Furthermore, she loves building new applications for existing technologies, a trait that has helped her to create all kinds of new accessories for Jenny Swensen's MAX armor.
While at work, Anne tends to wear a big white lab coat, most often over the conventional, professional-looking clothes. If she's doing something in the 'office', she'll usually ditch the lab coat and let her business attire speak for itself.
Miss Anne Pollicino (known to everybody as just Miss Pollicino) comes across as an eager beaver, a lady who goes out of her way to do her job well. That may be because she's just really good at it, but she seems to actually enjoy what she does.
And since she works for the CIA, that's not always the nicest of work.
Real Name: Anne Pollicino
Occupation: CIA operative, Project: Spitfire techie
Legal Status: American citizen with no known criminal record
Marital Status: single
Alias(es), if any: none
Group Affiliation: the CIA, Project: Spitfire
Height: 5' 7"
Weight: 125 lbs.
Other Distinguishing Characteristics: her blue, square-framed glasses.
The personal background of Miss Anne Pollicino is virtually unknown, other than the 'Miss' part. It is known that she is a member of the Central Intelligence Agency, working for them in the capacity of a techie. She was so good, in fact, that she got pulled into Project: Spitfire by Edmund Roth, an old associate that needed her expertise when getting the group started.
She was integral to the first mission the Project undertook, which involved the disruption of the Soviet MAX tests in Afghanistan. She was absorbing all the intelligence on the mission, and doing success projections based on the info she was getting from Roth. Of course, the mission succeeded, and Miss Pollicino was retained to help the Project out on further operations.
For instance, she put the Mark 3 MAX suit back together after it got trashed in battle with Nicaraguan soldiers, during a mission to determine whether or not the Central American country was utilizing MAX technology. Later, after this operation, she was helping Jenny Swensen to better utilize her Spitfire suit, by assisting in her training maneuvers.
In addition to this, Miss Pollicino acts as a sort of tactical liaison in all of the Project's missions, whether Jenny Swensen, Jake Travest, or anybody else is wearing the armor. Though the current status of the Project is unknown, it is assumed that Pollicino is still working for them, if not actually wearing the suit on missions. After all, both Jenny and Jake are out of the picture.
After all, the Project seems to enjoy putting their most talented technicians in the line of fire.
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