Libra II

Libra II
Dex:   8   Str:   5   Body:    6
Int:   7   Will:  7   Mind:    6
Infl:  6   Aura:  6   Spirit:  6
Initiative: 23  Hero Points:  75

Powers: *adapted
Adaptation: 40
Energy Absorption: 12*
Neutralize: 10
Illusion: 7*
Teleportation: 20*

Acrobatics: 7
Charisma: 7
Gadgetry: 4
Martial Artist: 7
Military Science: 4
Scientist: 7
Vehicles: 7
Weaponry: 5

Bonuses: Can Adapt Attributes as well as Powers and Skills

Limitations: Miscellaneous: Does not have to Adapt Powers as their full AP values; if Adapting a Power, she may Adapt the Power as a reduced level or reduce the level of one of her other Adapted Powers, at her choice.

Advantages: Area Knowledge (Moscow); Attractive; Connection: Dominators (High), Soviet Russian Space Force (High); Leadership; Scholar (physics, astronomy, chess)

Drawbacks: Serious Irrational Attractiuon to the idea of balance and order; Minor Psychological Instability: obsessive/compulsive behavior 

Alter Ego: Sonya Malnikov
Motivation: Power Lust
Occupation: Former Soviet Russian Cosmonaut
Wealth: 4

LIBRA SUIT [Body: 3, Cold Immunity: 2, Energy Absorption: 3, Flame Immunity: 2, Chameleon: 12, Skin Armor: 2]

Fake Energy Transmortifier [Body: 4] Limitation: Has no powers whatsoever. Used as part of her impersonation of the original Libra. She pretends that it is the source of her powers. If it is taken away from her, however, she does not hesitate to abandon this fiction.

2nd Edition World in the Balance Module, page 20
foe of: Justice League International
Affiliation(s): Injustice Gang International

Ed's Notes: I'm not sure why (or HOW) that Limitation is in fact a Limitation!

Let's get something out of the way up front: There was never a Libra II in the comics! Lol. This character, along with the Injustice Gang International, was created for the 2nd Edition World in the Balance Module. She has Powers vaguely similar to the original Libra... Though not permanent and draining as his were! And she's legit topped out at 40 AP's (39 of are accounted for above, assume the attributes are inherently hers.) So to even use the power, she'd have to reduce or give up something she already has. While she ends up being a bit less of a threat than the original Libra, if you've already run him? And players had to spend Hero Points to recover lost Power AP's? Watch the shit themselves when the see his successor, dressed the same, and apparently with the same Powers... I mean... No, she's a fake. And her Transmortifier is a fake. Lol. But they don't have to know that right up front! Lol. And with Adaptation, she can make a pretty flexible villain to challenge mid-level PC's.

First Appearance: 2nd Edition World in the Balance Module (1992)

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