Tempest (Kalos Universe)

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Tempest

Incarnation of a weather deity

Tempest
Alvin Craney


Quotation   "Awful lot of weather we've been having here lately."
First Appearance   Legacies #4
Real Name   Alvin Craney
Identity   Public ID
Player   Sean Weir
Team Affiliation   Legacy
Base Of Operations   Select a region...
Range Of Operations   Select a region...

Appearance

Gender   Male Age   27
Height   5' 4” Hair   Brown
Weight   110 Eyes   Brown

Vaguely South American, dorky.

Abilities

Prowess
Coordination
Strength
Intellect
Awareness
Willpower

Stamina: 7
Determination: 2

Power Points Spent: 55
Unspent Experience: 0

Powers

Flight
Weather Control (EC)
Attacking, Creating, Defending
Telekinesis
Wind Control
Life Support
Cold, Heat
Aura
Team Experience Point Donation

Specialities

  • Aerial Combat Specialty (+1)
  • Pop Culture Specialty (+1)

Aspects

Qualities

  • Motivation: Guardian
  • Motivation: Responsibility of power


Challenges

  • Social: Socially awkward, can be temperamental
  • Personal: Filled with self-doubt


Summary

Abilities 23 + Powers 31 + Specialties 1 = 55 / 55

Background

Alvin Craney was a clerk at the Phoenix Airport weather monitoring station when (in Legacies Issue #4, "Storm Front") Paragon killed Thunderbird. When Thunderbird died, an enormous storm-eagle appeared in the sky and Thunderbird's powers were passed to Alvin.

Alvin was raised in Phoenix by Carmen, his grandmother. He lives alone in a small apartment with his cat, Mr. Salad. Carmen watches Mr. Salad when Alvin is away.

Personality

Alvin is dorky, socially awkward, is a bit naive and speaks with a lisp like Sid from Ice Age. He's filled with self-doubt about his role in the whole mess—partially because he's never been good at anything in his whole life, and partly because he doesn't really understand his own powers. He can be temperamental and unwilling to cooperate with people if he thinks they are ignoring him or are condescending.

Tactics

Alvin usually makes up his tactics as he goes along, responding to whatever has happened just before his turn in combat. However, he can follow instructions. He doesn't have enough presence of mind to consider collateral damage, but he certainly wouldn't want to hurt anyone other than the bad guys.