(Leonard Louis)
Val Char Base Cost Pts. Roll Notes
13 STR 10 ×1 12- 150 kg; 3d6
13 DEX 10 ×3 12- OCV: 4 / DCV: 4
13 CON 10 ×2 12-
13 BODY 10 ×2 12-
15 INT 10 ×1 12- PER Roll: 12-
13 EGO 10 ×2 12- ECV: 4
13 PRE 10 ×1 12- PRE Attack: 3d6
14 COM 10 ×½ 12-
PD (STR/5) ×1 Total: 3 PD / 0 rPD
ED (CON/5) ×1 Total: 3 ED / 0 rED
SPD (1+DEX/10) 2.3 ×10 Phases: 4, 8, 12
10 REC (STR/5+CON/5) ×2
40 END (CON×2) 26 ×½
27 STUN (BODY+STR/2+CON/2) 27 ×1
Total 63
Pts. Power/Talent/Skill/Perk Roll
Anti-Gravity Mutant Powers
120 Anti-Gravity Multipower, 120 Active Points
12 1m) Anti-Gravity Blast – 12d6 Energy Blast vs. physical defenses, ½ END cost (+¼), double knockback (+¾) [6]
14 2m) Anti-Gravity Repellent Shield –
Missile Deflection vs. any ranged physical attack, +10 to roll
15 rPD / 0 rED Force Field, protects carried items, linked to Missile Deflection (-½)
3d6 Energy Blast, damage shield (+½), linked to Missile Deflection (-½)
21 3m) Anti-Gravity Flight – 20″ Flight, ×4 Noncombat Velocity, Usable underwater (+½), ½ END cost (+¼) [6]
18 4m) Anti-Gravity Field – 40 STR Telekinesis, affects porous, ½ END cost (+¼) [5]
10 5m) Gravity Free Zone – Change Environment to negate gravitational pull, -3 to DEX and related skill rolls, 32″ radius, ½ END cost (+¼) [3]
27 Gravity Sense – Spatial Awareness, 360°
Special Equipment
10 X-Men CommLink – Mind Link, up to 32 people, invisible to Radio sense group (+¼), others must buy this power too (-1), OIF (-½), independent (-2)
Background Skills
Breakfall 8-
Bureaucratics 8-
Climbing 8-
Concealment 8-
Conversation 12-
Deduction 8-
Oratory 12-
Paramedic 8-
Shadowing 8-
Stealth 8-
Transport FAM w/automobiles
AK: New York 8-
PS: Teacher 12-
KS: American History 12-
KS: World History 12-
247 Skill Total
63 Char Cost
310 Grand Total
Disadvantage Pts.
Distinctive Features: Shows up on mutant-detectors (not concealable, detectable by unusual senses, extreme reaction) 15
Hunted by Various Mutant Haters (as powerful, 14-) 20
Normal Characteristic Maxima 20
Physical Limitation: Myopic (frequently, slightly) 10
Psychological Limitation: Fears his powers (very common, moderate) 15
Psychological Limitation: Naive (common, strong) 15
Social Limitation: Secret ID (frequently, major) 15
Total 110

expel ik-spel’ -v.t.
to drive or force out or away; discharge or eject.

(Random House Dictionary)

Leonard was a mild mannered history teacher at one of the local junior-highs. He dedicated his life to his work, trying not only to teach his students, but also to educate them. There is a saying that if there is such a thing as fate, it rolls dice. In Leonard’s case, they must have been loaded.
It was a perfect sunny summer day and Leonard was taking his class on field trip to Washington D.C., to see a little part of history. Unfortunately for them, they were randomly selected by the mutant criminal Fire-Reign as his hostages. Leonard was horrified. The only thing he could think of was trying to get this criminal away from his students. He got him away. Forty feet, right into a solid brick wall. Fire-Reign was severely injured and later died of his injuries in the hospital. Leonard’s new found powers had just saved the day.
The school board didn’t see it the same way. Maybe it was because of the blatant display of violence in front of the students, or maybe it was just because he was a mutant. The reason doesn’t really matter. He was fired.
Alone, confused and frightened, he found his way to the Unlikely X-Men and to his chance of making a difference in this world.

Leonard is a conformist. He believes in the system and however corny it may sound, in The American Dream.
Ever since he discovered his powers, he has actually been afraid of them, afraid of what he is becoming, and afraid of what he might do, by accident or by lack of proper attention, but more than anything, he’s afraid of no longer being “one of the guys”, of being different.

Leonard is quite an ordinary looking bloke, standing 1.70m tall and weighing 65 kg. He is no athlete, but he keeps his body in good shape. His brown hair is cut in a conservative hair-cut and he hides his brown eyes behind a pair of glasses.
He dresses as a conservative, respectable school teacher, usually preferring brown and gray suits.
When donning the identity of X-Pel, Leonard wears a black and blue body-suit, complete with boots and gloves. He also wears a helmet complete with a visor which in fact holds a pair of lenses that act as glasses and help him overcome his myopia.

Leonard has the mutant power to create and manipulate anti-gravitons – particles that are identical to gravitons in every way possible, except for the fact that they create a repelling force instead of a pulling force.
He can use this control of anti-gravity to lift and move objects at a distance, including himself. He can fire concentrated beams of anti-gravity that cause enormous amounts of damage, and he can surround himself with a field of anti-gravity that will repel any physical attack before reaching him.
In addition, Leonard can sense the gravitational flux caused by objects around him, making it virtually impossible to sneak up on him.

Despite his fear and refusal to use his powers, Leonard may very well be one of the most powerful mutants to ever walk the Earth. But it will take lots of training and the proper guidance for him to realize and fulfill his potential.