Dex: 7 Str: 5 Body: 12/4
Int: 8 Will: 21 Mind: 8
Infl: 6 Aura: 5 Spirit: 12
Initiative: 21 Hero Points: 50
Artist (Painter): 6
Charisma (Persuasion): 6
Advantages: Connections: Justice League America (High), New Titans (Low), Sentinel (Low); Iron Nerves
Alter Ego: Kyle Rayner
Motivation: Responsibility of Power
POWER RING [Body: 21, Int: 10, Comprehend Languages: 20, Flight: 40, Force Manipulation: 21, Invulnerability: 18, Life Sense: 40, Omni-Power: 10, Recall: 20, Regeneration: 4, Sealed Systems: 16, Skin Armor: 4, Spirit Travel: 50, R#: 3*] Limitations: Life Sense can only detect other Green Lanterns. Ring loses 1 AP of Force Manipulation and Omni-Power for each AP of Skin Armor activated. The Ring's Body is only 6 when not being worn. Note: If the Ring fails it's reliability roll, it must be touched against the Power Battery to reactivate it.
Power Battery [Body: 25, Energy Absorption: 18, Invisibility: 15, R#: 2] Limitations: Power Battery can only be used to charge the user Ring for 24 hours. Invisibility only works on Battery, functions per user's will.
Justice League Signal Device [Body: 4, Radio Communications: 25]
Ed's Notes: 1993 was a busy year for DC, and the 3rd Edition only did a good job covering the Death of Superman, as they included Doomsday and the four Substitutes from Reign of the Superman. They did NOT cover Knightfall at all but I've added Bane and Azrael myself. (Not Batman II though!) And finally, the last piece of the '93 puzzle, Kyle Rayner, who took on the mantle of Green Lantern following the events of the Emerald Twilight storyline. This writeup has him pretty much benchmarked with John Stewart, just with a slightly lower Will. I could see lowering his Dex and Spirit a smidge (to 5 and 8 respectively?) but that's because I really only read his story at the very beginning. No doubt he came into his own later on, so this adaptation is perfectly fine as well. And I believe I've take it straight-up, with no changes. But the link is above. (He's Green Lantern V on that page.) There is another writeup that I like however, and I may look at trying to blend the two, or just change over to that one. We'll see.
And, as with most of the Green Lanterns in the game, he does NOT have:
Advantages: Connection: Green Lantern Corps (High)
...which is weird, but consistent. (Plus Hal kind of killed them all by the time Kyle was active. I really thought he was going to be OK, once he found out that Carol Survived, but every man has his breaking point and they just HAD to fuck with him.)
|First Appearance: Green Lantern Vol 3 #48 (January, 1994)|