Val	Char	Cost	Roll	Notes
60+15	STR	50	21-/24-	Lift 102.4 tons/819.2 tons; 12d6/15d6 HTH Damage [6/7]
10	DEX	0	11-
40	CON	30	17-
6	INT	-4	10-	PER Roll 10-
20	EGO	10	13-
30	PRE	20	15-	PRE Attack:  6d6

8	OCV	25	
4	DCV	5	
3	OMCV	0	
4	DMCV	3	
4	SPD	20		Phases:  3, 6, 9, 12

35	PD	18		Total:  35 PD (15 rPD)
30	ED	13		Total:  30 ED (15 rED)
20	REC	16
80	END	12
30	BODY	20
100	STUN	40		Total Characteristic Cost:  278

Movement:	Running:  12m/24m 
		Leaping:  20m/80m
		Swimming:  4m/8m

Cost	Powers
	Rage-Fueled Strength, all slots Only When Angry (-¼)	
12	1)  The Angrier Hulk Is, The Stronger Hulk Is!:  +15 STR, END 1
15	2)  Hulk Is The Strongest!:  +30 STR; Not To Inflict Damage (-½), Only To Succeed On Feats Of 
	Strength (-¼)	END 3
	Gamma-Irradiated Body	
8	1)  Dense Flesh:  Life Support  (Safe in High Radiation; Safe in Intense Cold; Safe in Intense Heat; 
	Safe in Low Pressure/Vacuum)	
32	2)  Instant Healing:  Regeneration (2 BODY per Turn)	
45	3)  Radiation-Hardened Flesh:  Resistant Protection (15 PD/15 ED)	
18	4)  Superstrong Legs:  Leaping +16m (20m forward, 10m upward) (Accurate, x4 Noncombat), END 2
5	5)  Superstrong Legs:  MegaScale (1m = 10 km; +1 ¼) for up to 4m of Leaping, END 1
44	Gamma-Strength Tricks:  Multipower, 55-point reserve, all slots Only When Angry (-¼)	
1f	1)  Gimme Something To Smash!:  HKA 1d6 (5d6/6d6 w/STR), END 1
2f	2)  Shockwave Clap:  Area Of Effect (6m Radius Explosion; +¼), Hole In The Middle (fixed size; +¼) 
	for 75 Strength, Double Knockback (+½); Increased Endurance Cost (x4 END; -1 ½), END 20
3f	3)  The Big Wrapup:  Entangle 5d6, 6 PD/5 ED; OIF (Materials of opportunity; -½), END 5
3f	4)  Terrain Hurling:  Blast 11d6; OIF (Materials of opportunity; -½)	END 5
10	Puny Banner:  Multiform (50 Character Points in the most expensive form)	 

5	Avengers Communicator Card:  Radio Perception/Transmission (Radio Group); OAF (Card; -1)	

3	Avengers Membership:  Access to SHIELD & other restricted organizations
10	Bruce Banner's Inner Voice:  Contact (Contact has very useful Skills or resources, Very Good 
	relationship with Contact) 15-

3	Climbing 11-
11	Power:  Superstrength 15-
8	Survival (Arctic/Subarctic, Desert) 12-
2	WF:  Common Melee Weapons

Total Powers & Skill Cost:  240
Total Cost:  518

500+	Matching Complications
5	Accidental Change:  Bruce Banner: when unconscious or happy 8- (Uncommon)
15	Hunted:  Enemies of the Avengers Frequently (As Pow; Harshly Punish)
15	Hunted:  Hulkbusters/US Military Frequently (Less Pow; NCI; Limited Geographical Area; PC has a 
	Public ID or is otherwise very easy to find; Harshly Punish)
20	Negative Reputation:  Monstrous force of Destruction, Very Frequently (Extreme)
10	Psychological Complication:  Dislikes being dismissed/thought of as a Monster (Common; Moderate)
10	Psychological Complication:  Bruce Banner's conscience/Doesn't want innocents hurt (Uncommon; Strong)
18	Experience Points

Total Complications Points:  518

Background/History: Irradiated with Gamma energy, Dr Bruce Banner was transformed into the unstoppable Hulk. Perceived as a monster by the US government a special detachment of the US Army was assigned to track him down. This detachment was outfitted with special weapons by Stark Industries and dubbed “The Hulkbusters”. Banner worked hard to keep people safe from the Hulk. He went on the lam, living for months in backwoods areas and avoiding anything that might make him angry.

Personality/Motivation: Hulk is a simple man with a very short temper, he mostly just wants to be left alone. This extends to his mental battle with Bruce Banner. The two spent a long time at war with each other over possession of their shared body, but the situation has recently improved. The Hulk and Dr. Banner have come to an accord: Hulk gets to "stay out" all the time without Banner contesting him. In return, he uses his power to save lives and help people. The Hulk can hear and see a manifestation of Bruce Banner's personality buried within him. This manifestation does what it can to make sure that the Hulk stays with the Avengers and doesn't cause more damage than necessary. The two are able to talk normally even if "Banner" isn't really there.

The Hulk doesn't have many ambitions beyond sitting around Avengers Mansion watching TV. He has been hunted by enough people sure that he was a bestial monster that he assumes that is what everyone thinks of him. As he dislikes being dismissed or insulted, this leaves him constantly grumpy. Hulk enjoys the battles the Avengers involve him but constantly wonders if they are just using him. The fact that he has come to blows with more than one team member in the past doesn't help this paranoia. Were it not for his arrangement with Banner he would probably have wandered out into the wilderness to be alone long ago.

Quote: "What do you think Hulk?" "Don't care, only came in case Hawkeye started a fight."

Powers/Tactics: The Hulk is a straightforward combatant. He wades into the thick of it and pounds things until they stop moving. Smashing one opponent into another is the limit of his tactical thought.

Appearance: The Hulk is a massive wall of green muscle, almost as wide as he is tall and with a brutish look on his face. As Banner he is a slim, underfed looking man that has obviously been on the run for some time.

Designer's Notes: The classic "comic book" Hulk has strength that ramps up as he becomes more and more angry. The Avengers: EMH doesn't show this level of subtlety. He is either enraged or not. As such, The Hulk's has numerous abilities bought "only when enraged". The Hulk can generally be considered "enraged" when he takes signifigent damage, when insulted, or when others he cares about are injured.

The Hulk's strength has been set in relation to the rest of the Avengers and the enemies he battles. However, he repeatedly out-muscles any challenge in front of him, even overpowering Gravitron's powers, hordes of Trolls, and Kang's far-future technology. His "Hulk is the Strongest" power is intended to give him the Str he needs to out-muscle anything that tries to contain him or hold him back even if his normal "combat strength" wouldn't be enough to do so.

The Hulk's regeneration does not come up often as he rarely takes Body during the series. On the few occasions he does his wounds are seen to fade to nothing in seconds, explaining the high level of regeneration.

His Multiform is rarely used, but the psychic link between the Hulk and Bruce Banner allows him to ask questions and get Banner's insight. This is reflected as a contact perk.

The Hulk

The Hulk's Hero Designer FileCharacter by Marvel Comics. Character Writeup by Matthew B.

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