Dex:   6   Str:   4   Body:    5
Int:   7   Will:  9   Mind:    8
Infl:  4   Aura:  5   Spirit:  5
Initiative: 19  Hero Points:  75

Awareness: 10
Chameleon: 15
Dispersal: 20
Energy Blast: 15
Flight: 30
Invisibility: 15
Postcognition: 50
Precognition: 50
Self-Link (Time Travel): 50

Gadgetry: 5
Scientist: 6

Bonuises: Self-Link (Time Travel) represents Waverider's nature as a being composes of tachyons. This allow his to survive indefinitely in any environment, including space, and is immune to gas and poison attacks. He can add his AP's of Time Travel to his RV against any time-based attack.

Limitations: Power Restrictions: Awareness only detects disturbances in the Timestream; Cannot take other people or objects with him when he Time Travels; Post- and Precognition can only be used to view the past and future "histories" of other people, and Waverider must make physical contact with his target to use them.

Advantages: Connections: The Linear Men (High), Justice League America (Low), Superman (Low); Iron Nerves; Lightning Reflexes; Scholar (quantum physics, super-heroes)

Drawbacks: Exile (voluntary, from his own time); Guilt; Married

Alter Ego: Matthew Ryder
Motivation: Responsibility of Power
Occupation: Guardian of the Timestream
Wealth: n/a

'Linear Men' Bracelet [Body: 5, Suspension: 20, Time Travel :60, R#: 2] Bonuses: Allows instant communication with other bracelet wearers, even across time and space; Suspension can be used on others, including people and objects and can stop time altogether: Resolve as an attack against target's Int/Mind. If RAP's exceed the target's Mind, the they are in stasis for as long as he likes. Otherwise RAP equal the number of phases the target is held before they break free.

Source: Who's Who, 3rd Edition

Ed's Notes: Honestly this guy might be the biggest bad-ass in the entire DCU. Why?  For one, he was the only one to permanently destroy Doomsday, by transporting him to just a few seconds before the end of time itself. Daaaaaamn!

First Appearance: Armageddon 2001 #1 (May, 1991)

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