Black Hood

Black Hood
Dex:   5   Str:   4   Body:    4
Int:   4   Will:  8   Mind:    9
Infl:  6   Aura:  6   Spirit:  6
Initiative:19/22 Hero Points:100

Gadgetry: 6
Martial Artist: 7
Military Science: 6
Weaponry: 7

Advantages: Lightning Reflexes; Scholar (execution and torture)

Drawbacks: Catastrophic Irrational Attraction to "Do Good"; Minor Psychological Instability

Alter Ego: Wayne Simondson
Motivation: Seeking Justice
Occupation: Former Restaurant Owner; Vigilante
Wealth: 2

Black Hood Mystic Linked* [lnt: 7, Will: 10l Limitations: The Hood heightens these Attributes only in that it allows the Black Hood to think more clearly and more quickly and to know instinctively how to make the best use of his abilities. 

BSA Double-Edged Throwing Knife [Body: 5, EV: 3] 

Electronic Eavesdropping Equipment [Body: 1, Telepathy: 6] 

First Aid Kit German Heckler [Body: 4, EV 5, Ammo: 8, Range: 4, R#: 2]

Glass Cutter [Body: 1, EV: 3] 

Grappling Hook and Line [Str: 7, Body: 8] 

Koch VP070 Automatic Pistol [Body: 4, AV/EV: 5, Ammo: 10, Range: 4, R#: 2] 

Soviet AK-47 Kalashnikov Assault Rifle [Body: 4, EV: 5, Ammo: 12, Range: 6, R#: 2]

Source: DC Heroes Newsletter, Q2 1992

Ed's Notes: Not exactly a DC character, but they owned !mpact Comics, and Mayfair did up some of these guys in their newsletter, so here you go! This guys kinda like Batman, only... dark. Lol

First Appearance: Black Hood #1 (December, 1991)


  1. Was his electronic eavesdropping equipment magically empowered like his hood? Without any limitations, he could use the Telepathy power to initiate mind-to-mind combat. That's a scary thing for a wiretap to be able to do...

    1. Lol. Right?! The Newsletter write-ups always did tend to be a bot... rough. And the were under 2nd Edition Rules so there no "Radio Communications" Power. I would assume it's under the standard, "only represents range" Limitations. But in light of your comment, I went back and double-checked. And... No, no limitations! Lol