Dex: 6 Str: 4 Body: 10/5
Int: 6 Will: 24 Mind: 8
Infl: 5 Aura: 6 Spirit: 6
Initiative: 19 Hero Points: 125
Martial Artist: 5
Advantages: Buddy (Doiby Dickles); Connections: Broadcasting Industry (High), Infinity Inc. (High), Justice Society of America (High)
Drawbacks: Secret Identity
Alter Ego: Alan Scott
Motivation: Responsibility of Power
Occupation: Broadcasting Executive
POWER RING [Body: 24, Spirit: 24, Animate Objects: 15, Dispersal: 10, Flight: 15, Force Manipulation: 24, Omni-Power: 12, Sealed Systems: 15, Skin Armor: 4] Bonuses: All of the Ring's Powers are magical in nature. Limitations: Animate objects can only be used on metal and metallic objects. Ring loses 1 AP of Force Manipulation and Omni-Power for each AP of Skin Armor activated. Ring is useless against wood and wooden objects. Ring's Body and Spirit are 12 when not being worn. Ring must be recharged every 24 hours using the Mystical Lantern.
Mystical Lantern [Body: 20, Spirit 20, Energy Absorption: 15, Invisibility: 15, R#: 2] Limitations: Power Battery can only be used to charge the user Ring for 24 hours. Invisibility only works on Battery, functions per user's will.
Source: World at War Sourcebook, page 53-54; 2nd Ed. Background/Roster Book, page 34
Rogues: Gambler, Harlequin, Solomon Grundy, Sportsmaster
Supporting Cast: Doiby Dickles, Moly Maynne
Ed's Notes: The WaW sourcebook (which would be GL in the 1940's) only gives him 85 Hero Points, and (obviously) does not include the Connection to Infinity Inc., who did not exist yet. Likewise, the BG/R book didn't include the Buddy Advantage. (First of all, that didn't exist in the early books of the 2nd edition. Second, Doiby Dickles is very likely long dead by the modern era. Lol) Otherwise the two characters are the same.
|First Appearance: All-American Comics #16 (July 1940)|