Val Char Cost Roll Notes 30 STR 20 15- Lift 1600 kg; 6d6 HTH Damage  21 DEX 33 13- OCV: 7/DCV: 7 20 CON 20 13- 15 BODY 10 12- 18 INT 8 13- PER Roll: 13- 14 EGO 8 12- ECV: 5 25 PRE 15 14- PRE Attack: 5d6 16 COM 3 12- 8 PD 2 Total: 8-PD (4 rPD) 8 ED 4 Total: 8-ED (4 rED) 3 SPD -1 Phases: 4, 8, 12 10 REC 40 END 40 STUN 0 Total Characteristic Cost: 97 Movement: Running: 6”/12” Leaping: 6”/12” Swimming: 2”/4” Cost Powers & Skills 4 Tough Tiger Hide: Damage Resistance (4 PD/4 ED) 30 Supercharged Stripes: 3d6 Succor (All Physical Powers at Once, +2); Incantations Throughout (-½), END 6 Perks 5 Wealth Skills 3 Acrobatics 13- 3 High Society 14- 3 Oratory 14- 3 Persuasion 14- Total Powers & Skill Cost: 52 Total Cost: 150 100+ Disadvantages 5 Hunted: Tabloid Press 11- (Less Pow, NCI, Mild, Watching) 15 Psychological Limitation: Code Against Killing (Common, Strong) 10 Psychological Limitation: Protects All Children (Uncommon, Strong) 10 Psychological Limitation: Puts Teammates’ Needs Ahead of His Own (Common, Moderate) 10 Psychological Limitation: Very Concerned that Everyone Work Out (Common, Moderate) Total Disadvantage Points: 150
Background/Personality: Tony first came to public consciousness as a member of a cast of jungle animals on Frosted Flakes boxes. Unlike the other animals, there was a star quality to Tony, and it wasn’t long before the others were displaced. Later, Tony appeared in commercials with his son, Tony Jr., teaching the value of Frosted Flakes for breakfast. Eventually, Tony Jr. became the spokesperson of Kellogg’s Frosted Wheat Cereal, for a while in the 1970s, before breaking Tony’s heart by renouncing children’s cereals and becoming a fitness guru. Eventually, Tony’s family was shoved into the background as he made a greater effort to keep his private life private. After a tearful reunion with his son Tony Jr., Tony began to push for children to become involved in athletics and physical exercise. He became a fitness freak himself and became a much buffer tiger.
Tony has a certain sparkle. He makes others around him be at their best and as a result, along with Cap’n Crunch, is as well respected a cereal icon as there is. Tony is friendly and cordial and genuinely likes both children and his fellow icons. As an elder statesman he will often let the younger cereal spokespeople stay in the forefront.
Quote: “Show ’em you’re a tiger, show ’em what you can do. We need you to be at your best here, son.”
Tactics/Powers: While he’s a powerful tiger, perfectly capable of pouncing on and mauling his opponents, Tony is much happier to help others achieve through his aid abilities. He will do whatever he can to help his friends and teammates, whether that means taking an active part, or simply waiting back and cheering them on.
Roleplaying Notes: Tony Robbins meets Sean Connery.