Val	CHA	Cost	Roll	Notes
15	STR	5	12-	Lift 200 kg; 3d6 HTH Damage [3]
16	DEX	12	12-
16	CON	6	12-
18	INT	8	13-	PER Roll 13-/15-
15	EGO	5	12-
15	PRE	5	12-	PRE Attack:  3d6

6	OCV	15	
5	DCV	10	
3	OMCV	0	
4	DMCV	3	
3	SPD	10		Phases:  4, 8, 12

6	PD	4		Total:  6 PD (0 rPD)
5	ED	3		Total:  5 ED (0 rED)
6	REC	2
30	END	2
12	BODY	2
30	STUN	5		Total Characteristics Cost:  97

Movement:	Running:	14m/28m
		Leaping:	4m/8m
		Swimming:	4m/8m

Cost	Powers & Skills
10	Double Tap:  Autofire (2 shots; +¼) for up to 60 Active Points of RKA, Both Shots Must Be At Same 
	Target (-0); OIF (handguns of opportunity; -½)
11	Cinematic Toughness:  Physical Damage Reduction, 50%; STUN Only (-½), Must Be Aware Of Attack (-¼)
2	Chases Cars:  Running +2m (14m total), END 1
4	Working The Pedals:  Aid  Running 2d6, Trigger (Activating the Trigger requires a Zero Phase Action, 
	Trigger requires a Turn or more to reset; +¼); Only Works On Vehicle The Character Is Currently 
	Driving (-1), 4 Charges (-1), Requires A Roll (Combat Driving; -½), Costs Endurance (-½), END 1
2	Observant:  +2 PER with Normal Sight

	Martial Arts:  Kapour
	Maneuver	OCV	DCV	Effect
5	Backhand/Elbow	+1	+3	3d6 Strike
5	Circular Arm Block
			+1	+3	Block, Abort
4	Counterstrike	+2	+2	5d6 Strike, Must Follow Block
4	Disarm		-1	+1	Disarm; 25 STR to Disarm
4	Forearm Block	+2	+2	Block, Abort
3	Grab		-1	-1	Grab Two Limbs, 25 STR for holding on
5	Joint Break	-1	-2	Grab One Limb; HKA 1d6 +1 , Disable
4	Joint Lock/Throw
			+1	+0	Grab One Limb; 1d6 NND; Target Falls
5	Kick		-2	+1	7d6 Strike
4	Low Blow	-1	+1	2d6 NND
5	Takeaway	+0	+0	Grab Weapon, 25 STR to take weapon away
4	Strike		+0	+2	5d6 Strike
3	Takedown	+1	+1	3d6 Strike; Target Falls
3	Weapon Element:  Blades, Clubs, Handguns (pistol butt)

2	"Mr. Allen":  Deep Cover
1	Fringe Benefit:  International Driver's License
1	Fringe Benefit:  Passport
3	Well-Connected
4	1)  Contact:  Bernie (Contact has very useful Skills or resources, Good relationship with Contact) 11-
4	2)  Contact:  Casey (Contact has very useful Skills or resources, Good relationship with Contact) 11-
2	3)  Contact:  Giles, proprietor of the Hotel Camelia (Contact has useful Skills or resources, 
	Contact limited by identity, Good relationship with Contact) 11-
6	4)  Contact:  Jean-Claude Pitrel, director of internal security (Contact has access to major 
	institutions, Contact has extremely useful Skills or resources, Contact has significant Contacts 
	of his own) 11-
4	5)  Contact:  Sam (Contact has very useful Skills or resources, Good relationship with Contact) 11-
2	6)  Contact:  Sheerah (Contact has useful Skills or resources, Good relationship with Contact) 8-

20	+2 with All Attacks
8	Accurate:  +4 vs. Hit Locations with Handguns

3	"I'm Here To See Your Boss":  Acting 12-
3	Breakfall 12-
3	Bugging 13-
3	"There Are Certain Areas In Paris You Should Avoid.":  CK: Paris 13-
3	Climbing 12-
7	Combat Driving 14-
3	Conversation 12-
3	Criminology 13-
3	Electronics 13-
1	Forgery (Identity Cards) 8-
2	Gambling (Poker) 13-
3	"Wake Up! I Need You To Be Focused.":  Interrogation 12-
3	KS: The Espionage World 13-
3	"I Know About The World, Sweetie.":  KS: The Military/Mercenary/Terrorist World 13-
0	Language:  English (idiomatic; literate)
4	Language:  French (completely fluent; literate)
3	Lockpicking 12-
3	Paramedics 13-
3	Preventer Of Bad Things Happening:  PS: Tradecraft 13-
3	"I'm Very Good At Being Invisible":  Shadowing 13-
3	Sleight Of Hand 12-
2	"Fluids And Medication To Counteract The Drugs":  SS:  Pharmacology 11-
3	Streetwise 12-
3	Systems Operation 13-
3	Tactics 13-
4	WF:  Small Arms, Blades, Clubs, Garrote

Total Powers & Skill Cost:  221
Total Cost:  318

275+	Matching Complications
10	DNPC:  Kim Miles Infrequently (Normal)
20	Psychological Complication:  "I Will Tear Down The Eiffel Tower If I Have To [to find my 
	daughter]" (Common; Total)
10	Psychological Complication:  "Mr Attention To Detail"/Meticulous (Common; Strong)
43	Experience Points

Total Complications Points:  318
Bryan Mills from Taken

Background/History: A former CIA field agent, Bryan Mill’s dedicated service to his country cost him his wife Lenore, who divorced him after spending far too many evenings alone wondering if the next knock on the door would be someone telling her Bryan would never be coming back. After retiring from active service, Bryan decided to try renewing his relationship with his daughter Kim, an effort made rather difficult due to the wealth of Lenore’s new husband, Stuart. Still, he does what he can, and hopes to parley a favor from pop-star Sheerah into a audition for Kim, who wants to become a singer herself.

Personality/Motivation: Having seen the world’s seamy underbelly, Bryan has no illusions about how dangerous it can be. Not even Paris is a “safe” place in his eyes, especially not for a 17 year-old American girl traveling abroad for the first time in her life. At the same time, this has made him highly overprotective, at least in the eyes of his ex-wife Lenore, who warns him that not letting go of Kim will mean he’ll lose her forever. So he assents to allowing Kim to travel to Paris, but only after setting up certain conditions—call him upon landing and each night, and always carry with her the cell phone Bryan has supplied.

As Kim means the world to Bryan, he will stop at nothing to get her back once she’s been kidnapped by Albanian slavers. He states as such to Jean-Claude Pitrel, threatening to topple Eiffel Tower if thats what it takes. Fortunately for Kim, Bryan hasn’t let any of his old skills decay. It’s a mark of his preparedness that he keeps a suitcase, complete with multiple passports, money, and recording equipment packed, just in case. Curiously, when confronted with the extent of the Albanian crime ring, Bryan seems unconcerned, ignoring all of the other victims unless they can direct him to his daughter. While he shows some sadness and concern at the death of Kim’s friend Amanda, the fate of the rest of the kidnapped women doesn’t seem to concern him.

Quote: “I don't know who you are. I don't know what you want. If you are looking for ransom, I can tell you I don't have money. But what I do have are a very particular set of skills; skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like you. If you let my daughter go now, that'll be the end of it. I will not look for you, I will not pursue you. But if you don't, I will look for you, I will find you, and I will kill you.”

Powers/Tactics: His time as a CIA field agent has made Bryan a highly dangerous man to cross. As his quote promises, he does find the men responsible for kidnapping his daughter and he does kill them. However, he doesn’t randomly smash his way across Paris till he finds that he wants. He starts by using his numerous Contacts built up over his career, learning about his enemy while he examines the crime scene for clues. Once pointed in the right direction, he works his way up the food chain, using a combination of subterfuge, surveillance, and brutal violence to accomplish his goals.

When involved in a fight Bryan will usually Block, then respond quickly with a Counterstrike. If his foe is staggered, he’ll use precision strikes (knife hands to the throat, strikes to the groin, kicks to the knee) to put his foe down and out. An armed opponent will be quickly Disarmed, either through strikes to the weapon arm, or through more brutal methods involving joint breaking techniques. If armed himself, Bryan aims to kill as quickly as possible, using his Double Tap technique to put down most men with a quick burst of gunfire. At the same time, Bryan attempt to maximize his attack my aiming for vital areas—such as the head, neck, or center of the chest.

Appearance: Bryan Mills stands 6’4” with a lean muscular build. His dark hair is kept short and he tends to dress in “business casual” attire.

Designer's Notes: Bryan Mills is the central figure of the European active movie Taken. The character sheet is based directly on what he’s seen to do in the unrated extended edition, with several of his quotes used to illustrate his various skills. In truth, the character sheet is incomplete, as it doesn’t really take in to account the rest of his presumed skills. That said, Bryan is still quite an effective character, although GM’s might want to give him some levels with Interactive Skills as well as some defensive Presence.

Bryan’s martial arts are rather extensive, based as they are on things he was seen to do during the movie. The style, “Kapour” is supposed to be the name of the style according to a Liam Neeson interview. It might also be Krav Maga, Nagasu Do, Wing Chun, or something else. Odds are, its a synthesis of various styles, blended together to look good on film. Game Masters might want to remove similar maneuvers and should also keep in mind individual maneuvers might actually represent various similar techniques (this is very true of the Strike).

Bryan Mill's Hero Designer File

(Bryan Mills created by Luc Besson and Robert Mark Kamen, character sheet created by Michael Surbrook.)

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