General

General
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Dex:   2   Str:   1   Body:    2
Int:   5   Will:  5   Mind:    3
Infl:  6   Aura:  3   Spirit:  5
Initiative: 13  Hero Points:  10

Skills:
Charisma (Persuasion): 6
Military Science: 5
Weaponry (Firearms): 4

Advantages: Scholar (Military history, military literature, military equipment, world defense almanac, military-themed toys and games, military tactics)

Drawbacks: Age (Young); Miscellaneous: body mass is 1 AP.

Alter Ego: Ulysses Hadrian Armstrong
Motivation: Power Lust
Occupation: Schoolchild
Wealth: 1

Equipment:

Numerous Costumes [Body: 1] Always dressed in the fashion of a historic soldier or officer.

.45 Pistol [Body: 4, EV: 4, Ammo: 7, Range: 5, R#: 2] Note: Usually carries this, even if it's not appropriate to the period he's dressed for.



Source: Adapted from Writeups.org

foe of: Batman and Robin



Ed's Notes: This is a early version of the character. I was actually looking for the original version of Anarky on Writeups when I found this one. I was never a HUGE fan of the little brat, but I do remember his early appearances, so I figured I bring him over.  I've read that more recently he's grown and taken the mantle of Anarchy... *sigh* DC has done this a LOT lately - taking an established character, retiring them somehow, and then letting another established character take their place - and I'm not a huge fan of the practice. Strikes me as lazy writing. Or maybe I'm just being curmudgeonly. In any case, for now, THIS is the only version of the General I plan to include and if I can find one, I will include the original Anarky as well. Not really a fan of the combined version.


First Appearance: Detective Comics #654 (December, 1992)


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