Dex:  11   Str:   5   Body:    6
Int:  13   Will: 10   Mind:    9
Infl:  6   Aura:  7   Spirit:  5
Initiative: 34  Hero Points:  65

Recall: 20

Acrobatics: 7
Charisma: 7
Detective: 8
Gadgetry: 15
Martial Artist: 10
Medicine: 13
Scientist: 15
Thief: 7
Vehicles: 7

Advantages: Connections: Universities (High), Wall Street (High); Genius; Expansive Headquarters (Karnac); Leadership; Lightning Reflexes; Pet (Bubastis); Popularity; Scholar (pop culture, psychology, politics, physics)

Drawbacks: Public Identity (1975-present); Secret Identity (prior to 1975); Minor Irrational Attraction to knowledge and "doing the impossible" 

Alter Ego: Adrian Veidt

Motivation: Responsibility of Power
Occupation: Businessman
Wealth: 20


TV MONITOR BANK [Body: 6, Precognition: 20] Miscellaneous Drawback: The monitors are immobile.

Source: 2nd Edition Background/Roster Book ,page 73; Watchmen Sourcebook, Page 110

Ed's Notes: So... Was he RIGHT? Was he a GOOD GUY? Or the worst bad guy prior to Avengers: Infinity War?! 😬

Explanation needed on the TV Monitors... Ozymandius can use them to simulate Precognition: He can accurately predict the future by studying current trends. I wish that the had statted out more of Karnac than just the TV Sets, but they didn't, even in the WM Sourcebook.

BTW... Why do none of these guys have Advantage: Connection: Watchmen(High)?

First Appearance: Watchmen #1 (September, 1986)


  1. You have Ozymandias and Karnak both spelled wrong. Also, the reason no one has a “Connection: Watchmen” is because there is no group with that name in the comics. It’s an allusion to the line “ Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?” from Juvenal’s Satires, which can be translated as “Who watched the watchmen?” — it’s a warning (and sometimes condemnation) of superhero vigilantes.

  2. That should be “watches,” not “watched.”