Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman   
Dex:  13   Str:  16   Body:   13
Int:   9   Will: 12   Mind:   10
Infl: 10   Aura:  9   Spirit: 10
Initiative: 36  Hero Points: 150

Directional Hearing: 4
Flight: 14
Running: 7
Swimming: 6
Telescopic Vision: 3


Acrobatics: 11
Animal Handling: 8
Charisma (Persuasion): 12
Martial Artist: 12
Military Science (Tracking): 10
Weaponry: 13

Advantages:  Area Knowledge (Themyscira); Attractive; Buddy (Julia Kapatelis); Connections: Gods of Olympus (Low), Justice League International (High), Superman (High), Themyscira (High), United Nations (Low), U.S. Army (Low); Iron nerves; Lightning Reflexes; Scholar (ancient Greek and Themysciran languages, Greek Mythology)

Drawbacks: Public Identity; Miscellaneous: Diana still does fully comprehend the world outside Paradise Island; Diana's RV drops to 4 against Killing Combat, but she may use Martial Artist to augment it as normal.

Alter Ego: Princess Diana of Themyscira

Motivation: Upholding the Good
Occupation: Warrior Princess, Ambassador
Wealth: 5


Lasso of Truth [Str: 15, Body: 35, Animal Control:15, Control: 15] Limitation: Control can only be used to make ensnared target tell the truth; Animal Control can only ward off or corral beasts.

BRACELETS [Body: 30]

SANDALS OF HERMES [Str 8, Body: 8, Teleportation: 23] Limitation: Sandals can only Teleport to and from Paradise Island.

Tiara [Body: 12, EV: 7, Gliding: 1] Limitation: Wonder Woman automatically enters Killing Combat if she throws her razor-sharp tiara at a living target.

Source: 3rd Edition Rulebook, page 165; Who's Who 3rd Edition

Rogues Gallery
Supporting Cast
Also see: 2nd Edition, Golden Age
affiliation(s): Justice League of America

Ed's Notes: This version is basically identical to the 2nd Edition.  I would change her Justice League Connection to the Justice League of America (High), and it seems appropriate to add:

Advantages:  Sidekick (Wonder Girl)

And... 3rd Edition lowered the Control on her Lasso, but I'm assuming that's a typo. Control of 5 would be next to useless against anyone other than thugs and Supporting Cast. And the Lasso's Power should be POWERFUL. 

First Appearance: All Star Comics #8 (December-January 1941)
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