Val CHA Cost Roll Notes 23 STR 13 14- Lift 606.3 kg; 4 1/2d6 HTH Damage  26 DEX 48 14- OCV: 9/DCV: 9 21 CON 22 13- 13 BODY 6 12- 20 INT 10 13- PER Roll 13- 22 EGO 24 13- ECV: 7 23 PRE 13 14- PRE Attack: 4 1/2d6 22 COM 6 13- 12 PD 7 Total: 12 PD (0 rPD) 12 ED 8 Total: 12 ED (0 rED) 6 SPD 24 Phases: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 9 REC 0 42 END 0 40 STUN 4 Total Characteristic Cost: 185 Movement: Running: 8"/16" Leaping: 6"/12" Swimming: 2"/4" Cost Powers & Skills Martial Art: Wing Chun Kung Fu Maneuver OCV DCV Damage 4 Block +2 +2 Block, Abort 5 Deflecting Punch +1 +3 Block, Abort 5 Drunken Monkey Roll -- +4 Dodge All Attacks, Abort; FMove 3 Footsweep +2 -1 7 1/2d6 Strike, Target Falls 3 Hair Throw +0 +2 8 1/2d6 Strike; Target Falls; Must Follow Grab 5 Kick -2 +1 10 1/2d6 Strike 4 Monkey Grab/Punch +0 +2 8 1/2d6 Strike 4 Stepping Front Kick +2 +0 8 1/2d6 Strike 3 Throw +0 +1 6 1/2d6 +v/5, Target Falls 8 +2 HTH Damage Classes (already added in) 70 Wing Chun Kung Fu Techniques: Multipower, 70-point reserve 5u 1) Dragon Kick: HA +6d6; Hand-To-Hand Attack (-1/2) plus EB 8d6; Linked (HA; -1/4), No Knockback (-1/4), END 7 2u 2) Double Hit Kick: HA +8d6; Hand-To-Hand Attack (-1/2), Reduced Penetration (-1/4), Separate Attack Rolls Required (-1/4), END 4 2u 3) Rekka Ken: HA +5d6, Autofire (3 shots; +1/4), Reduced Endurance (1/2 END; +1/2); Hand-To-Hand Attack (-1/2), All Shots Must Be Versus The Same Target (-1/4), END 1 9 Punch Defense: Physical Damage Reduction, 50%; Only Works Against Punches (-1/2), STUN Only (-1/2), Must Be Aware Of Attack (-1/4) 2 Springing About: Leaping +2" (6 1/2" forward, 3" upward), END 1 4 Fast On His Feet: Running +2" (8" total), END 1 Perks 1 Fringe Benefit: Black Belt Talents 16 Combat Sense 14- 27 Danger Sense (immediate vicinity, out of combat, Function as a Sense) 13- Skills 20 +4 with HTH Combat 3 Acrobatics 14- 3 Acting 14- 5 Analyze: Style 14- 3 Breakfall 14- 4 KS: Kung Fu 14- 3 KS: Mysterious and Strange Lore 13- 3 KS: Street Fighting Arenas 13- 3 KS: The Martial World 13- 0 Language: Cantonese (idiomatic; literate) 4 Language: English (completely fluent; literate) 3 Paramedics 13- 3 Stealth 14- 3 Streetwise 14- 1 Survival (Urban) 8- Total Powers & Skill Cost: 243 Total Cost: 428 200+ Disadvantages 10 Distinctive Features: Style (Not Concealable; Noticed and Recognizable; Detectable By Large Group) 5 Hunted: Other Martial Artists Of Note 11- (As Pow, Watching) 15 Psychological Limitation: Extreme Self-Confidence And Arrogance (Common, Strong) 10 Psychological Limitation: Obsessed With Physical Training (Common, Moderate) 10 Reputation: Well-known world warrior, 11- 15 Social Limitation: Famous (Frequently, Major) 163 Experience Points Total Disadvantage Points: 428
Background/History: Growing up in Hong Kong, Fei Long became an avid fan and admirer of martial arts films. Sneaking out of the house, he found employment with an aged sifu (teacher), who taught the young boy Wing Chun kung fu in exchange for doing odd jobs and the like. The boy quickly mastered the art, and following the death of his teacher, left Hong Kong, journeying to mainland China to seek further instruction.
Once in China, the younger Fei Long studied at several Shaolin temples, learning various forms of dragon, snake, and tiger-styled kung fu. After several years, however, Fei Long wished to be free of the restrictive life of the temples, and returned to Hong Kong.
Once back in his native city, Fei Long became an actor, starring in the martial arts movies he enjoyed so much as a child. He quickly rose to prominence in the industry, but also became frustrated with the rampant greed and corruption. Leaving the film studio, he then graduated to fighting tournaments, and eventually found his way into the Street Fighter circuit. Here he has found a home, and has quickly risen to the top ranks.
Personality/Motivation: Due to his skill, Fei Long is a very confident fighter. He is so self-confident, in fact, that one could almost call him arrogant. Fei Long believes his martial skill is the best there is, and as of yet he's not been proven wrong. In addition, Fei Long likes to train constantly, and when he's not sparring, he's working out. For him, physical conditioning is almost an obsession.
Quote: “Don't hesitate! That is the key to victory!”
“Learn to block, or you will feast upon the flavor of defeat!”
“Remembering why you lost is more important than winning...”
“Your best move... is the move that you regret not doing!”
Powers/Tactics: Wing Chun is an aggressive form of kung fu, and Fei Long is no exception. He will close with is target quickly, using a combination of quick strikes and footsweeps to set up his opponent for the Rekka Ken or his Dragon Kick.
Fei Long's Rekka Ken is a rapid series of short punches, launched very quickly. The Double Hit kick is simply a quick pair of kicks. The Dragon Kick is a powerful circular kick, which trails chi energy, it is Fei Long's signature technique and so far has been unduplicated.
Appearance: Fei Long is fairly short, standing about 5'6" or so, with a lean and well-defined build. When fighting, he dresses in a pair of lose black silk pants, white socks, and slippers, leaving his chest exposed. His hair is fairly short, and his face is rather narrow.
Designer's Notes: Until the appearance of Forrest Law in the Tekken 3 video game, Fei Long was the Bruce Lee homage character. Tekken however, not only introduced a Bruce Lee look-a-like, they also featured a Jackie Chan homage! (And Forrest Law is Bruce right down to the yellow "Game of Death" motorcycle jumpsuit!)
This character sheet is adapted from the Street Fighter game originally published by White Wolf. Characteristics have been derived using the conversion notes given in The Ultimate Mentalist. Skills have been derived from skills and skill descriptions given in the White Wolf RPG. The values for skills were derived from the idea that 1 dot = 8-, 2 dots = 11-, and each additional dot as a +1 to the roll. Other skills, powers and disadvantages are taken from material given in the RPG sourcebooks.
(Fei Long created by Capcom, character sheet created by Michael Surbrook)
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