Val	CHA	Cost	Roll	Notes
30	STR	20	15-	Lift 1600 kg; 6d6 HTH Damage [3]
17	DEX	21	12-	OCV: 6/DCV: 6
15	CON	10	12-
12	BODY	4	11-
12	INT	2	11-	PER Roll 11-
12	EGO	4	11-	ECV: 4
10	PRE	0	11-	PRE Attack: 2d6
12	COM	1	11-

6	PD	0		Total: 6 PD
4	ED	1		Total: 4 ED
3	SPD	3		Phases: 4, 8, 12
9	REC	0
30	END	0
35	STUN	0		Total Characteristics Cost:  66

Movement:	Flight:		10"/40"
		Running:	6"/12"
		Swimming:	2"/4"
		Teleport:	10"/320"

Cost	Powers & Skills
24	Puma Claws:  HKA 2D6 (4d6 w/STR), Only in Hero (-1/4)
24	Puma Flight:  Flight 10", x4 NCM, Only in Hero (-1/4), END 2
48	Puma Teleport:  Teleport 10", x32 NCM, 0 END (+1/2), Only in Hero (-1/4)
5	Puma Belt:  Instant Change into costume
10	Puma Sense:  Danger Sense 11-

10	Puma Sense: Danger Sense 11-
3	Simulate Death

40	Follower: Big Aztec Guy (200 points)

3	AK: Funky 80's London 12-
3	Breakfall 13-
3	Climbing 13-
0	English (Native)
2	PS: Archeologist 11-
2	SC: Archeology 11-
3	Shadowing 11-
3	Stealth 13-
1	TF: Car

174	Total Powers & Skills Cost
240	Total Character Cost

100+	Disadvantages
5	Distinctive Features: Gormless moron with 80's hair (EC)
20	DNPC: Bad Guy's Girlfriend Whose Name I've Forgotten, But Was A Generic Girlfriend (Normal, 14-)
15	Hunted: KOBRAS or other inane villain (AsPow) 11-
20	Psychological Limitation:  Totally Clueless; lost without help (VC)
15	Psychological Limitation:  In love With Bad Guy's Girlfriend Whose Name I've Forgotten, But Was 
	A Generic Girlfriend (C, S)
15	Psychological Limitation:  Good guy; tries to avoid killing or doing even moderately nasty things (C, S)
15	Secret ID: Tony Farmer, inept archaeologist
35	Pumaman Bonus
240	Total Disadvantage Points

Background/History: Tony Farmer was a perfectly ordinary American archeology expert with two dead parents who was living in London until one day a Really Big Aztec Guy threw him out a third story window. Surprisingly enough, this didn't kill him. This was because Tony was actually the legendary Pumaman.

The Big Aztec Guy took him aside, destroyed his Volkswagen and threw him off a roof to illustrate the full story. Centuries ago, a race of aliens who traveled in a very big Disco Ball came to Earth. They gave special powers to one man, making him a "god amongst mortals". Then, they left. Generations descendants of this man passed on the powers of this man, creating the legendary line of the Pumaman. Eventually, the line reached the current generation in the form of Tony Farmer. And for centuries, these men have been guided by the Big Aztec Guys.

Once transformed into the Pumaman, Tony wages the war for truth, justice and the Big Aztec Way, by basically being hopelessly inept.

Personality/Motivation: Being honest, Tony/Pumaman is stumbling and inept and really doesn't have a clue. He falls in love with the villain's girl, wanders into blatantly obvious traps and gets mind-controlled, shot, beat up and left for dead quite often. In fact, if not for the Big Aztec Guy, he'd be quite useless.

Powers/Tactics: As the Pumaman, Tony has some powers. Not much, but some. His most notable power is his ability to fly (If you can call it that). This basically involves leaping into the air, draping his cape limply over one shoulder and letting grainy footage of the London skyline play in the background. Truth being told, he flies like a moron.

When Puma Flight isn't good enough for him, Pumaman can also Puma-Teleport. The Teleport seems to have no limit on it's range. However, Pumaman can only teleport to any location he is able to concentrate on. (And for someone with a mind like Tony's, this is a considerable weakness.) Having the Big Aztec Guy around often helps him concentrate.

Aside form that, he has other Puma Powers - he has Puma Strength that allows him to throw cars and Puma Claws that allow him to rip them open. Being honest, the ability to turn his cape into a poncho is probably his most impressive power. Either that, or the Big Aztec Guy.

Aside from his stunning mind, Pumaman's biggest weakness is his vulnerability. Despite all his Puma Powers, he is no tougher than a normal human; meaning that a bullet shot is probably fatal.

Appearance: Tony is a very unimpressive figure, standing 6 feet tall at most (Probably less) and being a touch on the scrawny side. You wouldn't spot him in a crowd, save for his bad 80's hair.

As the Pumaman, he looks basically the same save for his costume. He wears black pants and shirt, with a golden Aztec-styled snarling Puma on the chest and a massive golden Puma Belt around his waist. The costume is topped off with a black cape that turns into a poncho. Thrilling.

Designer's Notes: Pumaman may have other powers, but none were seen in the movie.

The Big Aztec Guy has no super powers as such (save for his ability to be seemingly everywhere) but is very strong and tough (Can rip apart a Volkswagen beetle with his bare hands - Oh wow. REAL tough guy). I have no idea how many points he's worth, but figure it to be at least equal to Pumaman.

(Pumaman created by someone who's not me. Sheet created by Alex Fauth.)

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