Val	Char	Cost	Roll	Notes
28	STR	18	15-	Lift 1250 kg; 5½d6 HTH Damage [3]
17	DEX	21	12-	OCV:  6/DCV:  6
18	CON	16	13-
15	BODY	10	12-
13	INT	3	12-	PER Roll:  12-(14-)
12	EGO	4	11-	ECV:  4
23	PRE	13	14-	PRE Attack:  4½d6
14	COM	2	12-

10	PD	4		Total:  12 PD (2 rPD)
8	ED	4		Total:  10 ED (2 rED)
3	SPD	3		Phases:  4, 8, 12
10	REC
36	END
40	STUN	2		Total Characteristic Cost:  100

Movement:	Running:	9”/18”
		Leaping:	5½”/11”
		Swimming:	2”/4”

Cost    Powers & Skills
12	Claws:  HKA 1d6 (2x1d6 with STR); Reduced Penetration (-¼), END 3
6	Tough Hide:  Armor (2 PD/2 ED)
6	Fast:  Running +3” (9” Total), END 1
4	Strong Nose:  +2 Smell

5	Wealthy

3	Perfect Pitch

3	Animal Handler 11- 
3	Conversation 14-
3	Paramedic 12-
3	Persuasion 14-
2	PS: Actor 11-

Total Powers & Skill Cost:  50
Total Cost:  150

100+   Disadvantages
5	Distinctive Features:  Jazzy way of speaking (Easily Concealable)
5	DNPC:  Sugar Frog 11- (Slightly Less Pow, Useful)
15	Psychological Limitation:  Code Against Killing (Common, Strong)
10	Psychological Limitation:  Cool and Cheery (Common, Moderate)
15	Psychological Limitation:  Loves Children (Common, Strong)

Total Disadvantage Points:  150

Background/Personality: He’s weathered many storms in his years as a hero and cereal spokesbear and in all that time, he’s never managed to lose his cheery disposition. He’s survived the public outcry against sugar that made him an outcast and turned his beloved Sugar Pops to Super Golden Pops – no trace of his beloved sugar anywhere. He has managed to clear his name from several unfounded mauling rumors, and he’s done it all while sleeping 6 months out of the year.

When Sugar Bear was first was approached by Tony the Tiger to move into the Honeycomb Hideout and join this team back in the ’50s, he didn’t need to be asked twice. Having always wanted to make it in show business as a singer, the chance to be in the spotlight really appealed to Sugar Bear. He’s grown less interested in the limelight and will disappear for long periods of time when hibernating.

Personality: Sugar Bear’s personality is always cool. He stays cheery and whistles and sings as he goes about his business. He never loses his pleasant disposition. However, inside he’s always scheming using his powerful mind to augment his powerful bear body.

Only Tony the Tiger has been around longer than Sugar Bear and he prides himself on his good relationships with all his fellow cereal heroes. His communication with Sugar Frog made them a particularly effective duo.

Quote: “Can’t stop eating my sugar… er, Golden Pops.”

Tactics/Powers: He’s a bear. In a world full of parrots and frogs and bees, he’s a powerful opponent, if a bit lumbering. He always stays cool, and will never seriously rake an opponent. He truly is a gentle creature and would never dream of hurting a foe if he can avoid it. It is in pressure situations when Sugar Bear really shines.

Roleplaying Notes: Brad Pitt meets Captain Kangaroo.

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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