Dex:   8   Str:   4   Body:    5
Int:   6   Will:  7   Mind:    7
Infl:  8   Aura:  8   Spirit:  8
Initiative: 26  Hero Points:  75

Skills: *linked
Artist (actor): 6
Martial Artist: 8*
Medicine: 9
Thief: 6
Vehicles: 6
Weaponry 8*

Advantages: Connections: Batman (High), Brotherhood of the Demon (High), Terrorists/Mercenaries (High); Iron Nerves; Lightning Reflexes; Rich Family (Ra's al Ghul); Scholar (medicine)

Drawbacks: Serious Irrational Attraction to Batman and to following her father's wishes.

Alter Ego: Talia al Ghul
Motivation: Thrill Seeker
Occupation: n/a
Wealth: 10


Crossbow [Body: 4, EV: 5, R#: 2] Miscellaneous Drawback: One phase (0 AP's) must be spent reloading after each time it is fired.

Source: Batman Sourcebook, pages 75-76

Foe of: Batman
also see: Ra's al Ghul, Ubu

Ed's Notes: An interesting and conflicted character that could make for a very interesting anti-hero PC.  Her Drawback seals it: She's fine when her father's wishes are "marry Batman," or "bear him a son." What is she supposed to do when he father's wishes are "kill Batman" or "leave him in the desert to die?"  And really, she's not a "foe" of Batman, so much as an unreliable ally. (Which can be even more dangerous at times!) But The Dark Knight Rises portrayed her very differently than the comics did.

As an aside... One of these days I want to run a campaign where Maxima, Star Sapphire and Talia team up and come into town set on marrying Superman, Green Lantern and Batman and won't take "no" for an answer. What's more... I'm not sure who the PC's would even BE in that scenario... the Girls, or the Guys! (Perhaps depends on the gender of the PC's. Lol)

First Appearance: Detective Comics #411 (May, 1971)

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