Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Homebrew Supers: Amon the Mummy

Amon the Mummy 
M&M Stats
PL: 14 (210 pp)

ABILITIES: STR: 16 (+3) DEX: 10 (0) CON: 10 (0) INT: 18 (+4) WIS: 24 (+7) CHA: 14 (+2)

SKILLS: Bluff (+2), Climb (+3), Concentration 8 (+15), Diplomacy (+2), Disguise 4 (+6), Gather Info (+2), Handle Animal (+2), Intimidate 9 (+11), Arcane Lore 17 (+21), History 12 (+16), Theology and Philosophy 12 (+16), Notice (+7), Search (+4), Sense Motive (+7), Sleight of Hand 2 (+2), Survival (+7), Swim (+3)

FEATS: Quick Change (2), Ritualist

POWERS: *Force Field [18] (Impervious [8]), *Flight [2], *Super-Senses (Danger Sense, Mystic Awareness) [2], *Immunity (Life Support) [9], *Magic [18], (Alternate Power) Mystic Blast [18], (Alternate Power) Mystic (Alternate Power) Binding [18], (Alternate Power) Death Touch (Disease Extra) [9], (Alternate Power) Invisibility (Total Concealment) [2], (Alternate Power) Pain [3], (Alternate Power) Possession [6], (Alternate Power) Paralyze [9], (Alternate Power) Summon Minion (Zombies) [9], (Alternate Power) Teleport (Accurate Extra) [9], (Alternate Power) Nullify (All effects at once) [6], *Immortality [1], *Immutable [1]

COMBAT: Attack 10 [Mystic Blast 18] Defense 20 (15 flat-footed) Init 0

SAVES: Toughness 18 (18 flat-footed) Fortitude 8 Reflex 8 Will 15

Abilities 32 + Skills 16 (64 ranks) + Feats 3 + Powers 95 + Combat 40 + Saves 24 – Drawbacks 0 = 210 / 210

Real Name: Amon
Age: Approximately 4600 years old
Height: 5’8”
Weight: 110 lbs.
Hair: Black
Eyes: Red
Nationality: None, he died during the rule of Djoser during the 3rd Egyptian Dynasty.
Ethnicity: Egyptian

Amon was a necromancer that threatened to plunge all of Egypt into darkness during the rule of the Pharaoh, Djoser. His fearsome army of fanatic cultists and undead were repelled by Djoser’s army as well as the magic of Imhotep in the 11th hour. After his defeat, Amon was hunted down and sealed alive in a sarcophagus and buried deep within a cave the mouth of which was then covered to keep Amon's followers from ever finding him. Imhotep cast wards on the sarcophagus expecting them to hold Amon for eternity. For as brilliant as Imhotep was, he was terribly wrong in this case.

Amon was a follower of Anubis. It was Anubis that gave Amon the spells needed to raise his army of the dead. It would be Anubis that would allow Amon to “live” past his death. As Amon took in his last, stale, breath Anubis granted him everlasting life as one of the undead. Amon lie in wait for thousands of years to be freed, allowing his hatred to seethe until his already black heart became even more vile and putrid.

It wasn't until the fall of 2003 that Amon would once again walk the Earth. An archaeological team stumbled upon the cave and Amon's resting place. As the poor souls opened the sarcophagus, they broke the mystic wards that had held for over 4600 years. Amon burst forth from his prison and slew everyone save one man, who he coerced into telling him all that he knew of the world.

Amon immediately went in search of his spellbooks, which he discovered were being held in the Luxor Museum. Many innocent people died that day, but Amon was repelled by a young White Mage.

Over the years Amon has fought many of the Earth’s mightiest super-heroes and has narrowly escaped total destruction too many times than he cares to admit. He has regained much of his former magical might, and is now content to bide his time and gather his forces until he can properly strike. Oh yes, the world will know the wrath of Amon, especially Imhotep’s little whelp of a mage…

Amon's natural form is that of a desiccated corpse wrapped in funerary bandages. He wears black robes trimmed with red symbols of dark import. His magic allows him to change his appearance to that of a handsome, well-dressed Egyptian man of about 35 – 40, however, which is how he travels among the living most times. His magic may change his appearance, but it cannot mask the feeling of cold and fear that most people fear when being around him.

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