Val	Char	Cost	Roll	Notes
10	STR	0	11-	Lift 100 kg; 2d6 HTH Damage [1]
11	DEX	3	11-	OCV:  4/DCV:  4
18	CON	16	13-
15	BODY	10	12-
10	INT	0	11-	PER Roll:  11-
11	EGO	2	11-	ECV:  4
15	PRE	5	13-	PRE Attack:  3d6
14	COM	2	13-

4	PD	2		Total:  12 PD (8 rPD)
4	ED	0		Total:  30 ED (26 rED)
3	SPD	9		Phases:  4, 8, 12
36	END
30	STUN	1		Total Characteristic Cost:  50

Movement:	Running:	6”/12”
		Leaping:	2”/4”
		Swimming:	2”/4”

Cost    Powers & Skills
16	Sticky Syrup:  Entangle 8d6; No Defense (-1½), END 4
34	Glass Body:  Armor (8 PD/26 ED); Ablative (from STUN, -½)
28	Glass Body:  RKA 1d6, Continuous (+1), Damage Shield (+½), Explosion (+½), Personal 
	Immunity (+¼), Reduced Endurance (0 END, +½); No Range (-½), Linked to Ablative Armor (-½)

3	Contact: NAACP: National Association for the Advancement of Condiment People 8-
6	Contact: National Organization for Woman 11-

1	Bureaucratics 8-
3	Conversation 12-
3	High Society 12-
2	KS: Pancakes/Waffles 11-
2	KS: Women’s Rights 11-
2	PS: Cooking 11-

Total Powers & Skill Cost:  90
Total Cost:  150

100+   Disadvantages
15	Psychological Limitation:  Fear of Heights (Uncommon, Total)
10	Psychological Limitation:  Southern Manners (Common, Moderate)
15	Susceptibility:  2d6 from Taking BODY from Physical Attacks (Common)
10	Vulnerability:  2x BODY from Sonic Attacks (Uncommon)

Total Disadvantage Points:  150

Background/Personality: Mrs. Butterworth came to the forefront of the American media in a 1959 controversy. She was a black woman spokesperson for syrup, dressed up in slave regalia. The black community was outraged at her sellout status as a figurehead for The Man. Despite all the negative press, she stuck through the trying times of breakfast integration, and through her persistence and sweet spirit, she gradually won over many of her detractors, who now wouldn’t think of eating a pancake without her.

She has also become something of an icon for the American working woman, a sort of food-based Rosa Parks, paving the way for Little Debbie and Dolly Madison. Overcoming the odds, Mrs. Butterworth has shone as a champion for breakfast women’s rights, never compromising her integrity for popular opinion. For a brief time, she considered changing her title to Ms., since there is no Mr. Butterworth, but market research showed that sales would have plummeted, so she kept her misnomer title, since breakfast goodness is more important to her than a social message.

Quote: “Nothin’ helps a flapjack go down better than a sweet little dab of Mrs. Butterworth’s syrup. Here, have some, sugar.”

Tactics/Powers: Mrs. Butterworth is an animated jar of syrup. Since her body is made of glass (tough glass, but still), any attacks that are strong enough to crack her outer shell will injure both her attacker and herself, as shards break off.

She can throw globs of sticky syrup at opponents, slowing them down as they try to wade through the ooze.

Roleplaying Notes: Nell Carter meets Oprah.

7-Up Spot | California Raisin | Cap’n Crunch | Count Chocula | Hawaiian Punch | Jolly Green Giant | Keebler Elf | Lucky the Leprechaun | M&M | Mr. Peanut | Mrs. Butterworth’s | Pillsbury Doughboy | Quisp | Sonny the Cuckoo Bird | Sugar Bear | Tony the Tiger | Toucan Sam | Trix Rabbit

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