Lady Cop

Lady Cop
Dex:   4   Str:   2   Body:    3
Int:   4   Will:  4   Mind:    3
Infl:  4   Aura:  4   Spirit:  4
Initiative: 16  Hero Points:  15

Detective: 5
Martial Artist: 4
Medicine (First Aid): 3
Vehicles (Land): 4
Weaponry (Melee, Firearms): 3

Advantages: Area knowledge (her beat); Connection: Police Department (High), Street (Low); Lightning Reflexes; Sharp Eye

Drawbacks: Miscellaneous: Woman, ahead of her time. (Functions pretty much as the Age (Young) Drawback, denoting social pressure and lack of credibility due to her unusual profession.)

Alter Ego: Liza Warner
Motivation: Upholding the Good
Occupation: Police Officer
Wealth: 4


Hand Cuffs [Str: 6, Body: 6]

Nightstick [Body: 5, EV: 3, R#: 5]

.38 revolver [Body: 4, EV: 03, Range: 4, Ammo: 6, R#03]

Source: Adapted from, 3rd Edition Rulebook, page 123

Ed's Notes: Good lord. How frickin' backwards was the world that a story about a WOMAN who was a COP would be SO RADICAL as deserve it's own comic book title?! And THAT'S IT. That was the entire sell! Hey, Marv... I got this crazy idea... What if we did a comic book about a cop... Just an ordinary cop, not a super cop... But the HOOK is? The cop... is... a... WOMAN! OHMYFUCKINGODTHATSHITBALLSAMAZING!

Lol. Yeah. Wow.

BUT... I decided to include her here, so that if the GM needs a competent, ethical police officer, who's maybe looking to help out and is getting frustrated with the office politics of her department, and maybe is NOT being taken seriously, because, while it's not necessarily deserving of an entire comic book title, sexism IS still a thing... She might make a really interesting supporting character to add. And since DC never really developed her, she's still generic enough to be able to be dropped into pretty much any campaign. In any case, I could see using her, so her she is.

As usual, I lopped off a lot of Blood of Heroes / House rules stuff from the Writeups entry, and her gear comes either from the 3rd Ed Rulebook, or, in the case of the hand cuffs, from other characters who have similar gear.

First appearance: 1st Issue Special #4 (July, 1975)

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