Mr. Freeze

Mr. Freeze
Dex:   5   Str:   3   Body:    5
Int:   7   Will:  6   Mind:    6
Infl:  5   Aura:  4   Spirit:  5
Initiative: 17  Hero Points:  65

Cold Immunity: 10

Gadgetry: 10
Scientist: 6
Thief: 6
Vehicles: 5
Weaponry: 8

Advantages: Connections: Gotham Underworld (Low); Leadership; Scholar (cryogenics)

Drawbacks: Fatal Vulnerability to temperatures above freezing.

Alter Ego: Victor Fries
Motivation: Psychopath
Occupation: Professional Criminal
Wealth: 8


CONTAINMENT SUIT [Str: 7, Body: 7, Ice Production: 17] Limitation: Weaponry skill must be used as AV of attacks using Ice Production; Bonus: Ice Production can be "pushed" like a Power. If it fails, however, it needs to be repaired per it being from a gadget.


Freeze Pistol [Body: 6, Ice Production: 13, R#: 2]

GIANT FREEZING RAY [Body: 7, Ice Production: 20, Running: 7, R#: 4]

Source: Whos' Who, 3rd Edition; Batman Sourcebook, page
also see: 2nd Edition
Foe of: Batman

Ed's Notes: For years this guy was a second rate punk, a lesser-version of Captain Cold. That all changed in 1992 with his introduction to Batman: The Animated Series.  In his first episode, they created a back story that ranks among the best of ALL TIME.  It was... stunningly good. It was (unfortunately) the entire reason that Freeze was chosen to be one of the two feature villains  in the fourth Batman installment, played by Arnold Schwarzenegger, which... well SUCKED. HARD. It ranks as one of the WORST of all time. But that episode of Batman TAS from 25 years ago was enough to forever cement Freeze as one of the better Batman villains of all time.

Also... He's been a bit buffed up already since second edition, but I think the new suit goes too far. If I were to use him, at least at first, he would use the original suit and pistol. Later, maybe, the mobile Freeze Ray, and maybe only as a shocker appearance, finally, the big suit.

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