Int: 4 Will: 4 Mind: 5
Infl: 4 Aura: 4 Spirit: 3
Initiative: 13 Hero Points: 25
Military Science: 5
Thief (Stealth): 4
Vehicles (Land, Sea): 5
Weaponry (Firearms): 8
Advantages: Connection: Underworld (Low); Scholar (firearms lore)
Drawbacks: Serious Irrational Attraction to Gunbunny
Alter Ego: Liam Hawkleigh
COSTUME [Body: 7] Limitation: Only effective against bullets and blades.
VISOR [Body: 4, Radio Communications: 5, Shade: 2]
.45 ACP Pistols (x2) [Body: 4, EV: 4, Range: 5, Ammo: 8, R#: 2]
High-Powered Sniper Rifle [Body: 4, EV: 7, Range: 9, Telescopic Vision: 4, Ammo: 6, R#: 2]
Combat Knife [Body: 5, EV: 3]
Anti-Material Rifle [Body: 4, EV: 8, Range: 11, Telescopic Vision: 5, Ammo: 11, R#: 2] Limitation: Is extremely heavy (30 lbs) and requires a tripod stand, which takes time to set up and is not mobile.
MAC-10 Submachine Guns (x2) [Body: 4, AV: 5, EV: 5, Range: 5, Ammo: 06, R#: 3]
M16-A3 [Body: 4, AV: 5, EV: 8, Range: 8, Ammo: 6, Telescopic vision: 02, R#02]
Source: Adapted from Writeups.com
foe of: Batman (II)
Ed's Notes: If you need a Sniper or Hitman that's a bit more disposable than say, Deadshot, Gunhawk is a good choice. He's about as good as Deadshot is with a gun, worse in literally any other way, but very well equipped, for any given situation. His Pistols and Knife are basically always on his person. The Sniper Rifle is for... well, sniper jobs, the Anti-Material Gun for heavier work, the MAC-10's for when its up close and personal and the M-16 for the rare battlefield assignment.
|First Appearance Detective Comics #674 (May, 1994)|