Abilities x + Skills x (x ranks) + Feats x + Powers x + Combat x + Saves x + - Drawbacks x =
Gather Information 4
Knowledge: Civics 4
Knolwege: Curent Events 4
Knowledge: Streetwise 4
Knowledge: Popular Culture 4
Knowledge: Theology/Philosophy 2
Perform: Dance 4
Perform: Percussion Instruments 12
Perform: Sing 4
Profession: Musician 6
Sense Motive 6
Attack Specialization: Ranged Vibration PulsesX3
Attack Focus: Melee X6
Dodge Focus X5
4 Blind Sight, Auditory
24 World-Drumming Multipower:
Piercing Strike + Trip 8
1 Alt Power: Blast + Trip 8
1 Alt Power: Piercing Blast +Trip 6
1 Alt Power: Cone Area Trip 8
1 Alt Power: Cone Area Blast + Trip 6
1 Alt Power: Illusion, Auditory
5 Super Speed 1 with Area Attack
Grand Total: 120
-2 maximum saving throws/+2 Maximum defense.
"You ever read the comics? Spider man had a creed. Hhe got it from his uncle Ben. I have one too. I got it from the hood I grew up in. "No one ever made the world a better place by waiting for someone else to do it."
Henry McCray was born in the Mondomwin district of Baltimore. A traditional black ghetto and a rough one at that, he had a head start over other kids in his neighborhood.
His family business—a soul food restaurant called McCray’s place—was right across the street from the community college. Both his parents were graduates. Students and even professors came in to eat, study, and watch kung fu flicks at all hours. Talking with them, his vocabulary got a head start. Rapping with them, his lyrics got ahead of his age group. A gym teacher made certain he didn’t hurt himself trying to emulate the kung fu movies.
Henry always heard his life to the beat of drums. As a baby, he did what any baby would in the kitchen, but as a toddler—instead of stop—he learned rhythm and meter. With wooden spoons he brought music from every surface he found. In elementary school, he explained too a fed up disciplinarian, ‘I like to find out what vibrations sound good and what don’t.” A science teacher overheard this and explained that he had largely intuited an understanding of how sound travels through matter.
In junior high he became a drummer in a garage band and marched in the high school band. In ninth grade, he started suffering periods of fever that came and went. When they were worst—when he felt he was burning up—he would drum as if he could drum the pain out of him, and soon the fever would break, though it seemed whatever he was drumming on was ringing.
Then came the day in junior college that a fever hit him in class. He was supposed to go too the nurse, but instead found himself drumming his way out the door and up the street. The faster he moved, he found, the less the heat built. Then he found himself surrounded by a posse that liked to rough him up for his stuff.
Instinctively it all clicked. He drummed the ground and the gang was knocked from their feat. He sent the vibrations from his body through the drumsticks to knock the gangers back down as fast as they got up ‘til they stayed down, and the fever broke.