Pizza Delivery Boy
After stumbling across the Supernatural by accident, Adam seems to want to get involved, more out of boredom out of the mundane.
Running in the '90s
Adam likes things fast. His car is a powerhouse and he tends to enjoy pushing its limits in city limits (when traffic allows). He has a few speeding tickets along the way, and tends to be a bit more eager to run into danger than most, relying on his boxing skill to take care of his problems.
Don't Stop The Music
As a young kid, he was often considered a coward and fearful of the world. Until he signed up for boxing, he gained a newfound confidence in himself. After that, he began to take life in a new direction and started living.
West End Guy
Born and raised in the Upper End of NYC, he knows how to handle the finer points of his life. His parents being something to do busybodies, they had high hopes for him in his academic career until he took a more athletic aspect. Still, he's been plenty resourceful and knows the ropes if he has to use them.
How he got involved with all this involved meeting a girl outside of a old abandoned sewer. Curious, he followed her down to the an old subway station and witnessing an attempt to cross over to the Nevernever, (though he doesn't have the slightest clue as to what he witnessed). Ever since then, he continues to bug the girl to learn more about all this, promising to keep his mouth shut if she continues to sate his curiosity.
Help Me To Say Goodbye
Delivered a pizza one night to a strange drunk and after a few minutes of dealing with whatever issues he was feeling, he offered me a $50 tip for hearing him out and told me to spend it on my girlfriend since she wasn't going to be around long after that. 2 weeks later, he found her sleeping with one of his friends. He's on the long road of recovery to trust another woman again like that, but he's making his way down it nonetheless.
Back on the Rocks
Alertness, Athletics, Endurance, Resources
Burglary, Contacts, Conviction, Presence, Rapport, Scholarship, Stealth
Stunts & Powers
+2 Pure Mortal
Increase your starting refresh by 2 before taking any mortal stunts.
You’re fast on your feet and have been in enough fistfights to know how to make yourself a hard target. You may use Fists to dodge attacks instead of Athletics, in all the circumstances where Athletics might apply (page 121).
-1 Lethal Weapon
Your hands are lethal weapons. When using Fists to strike an unarmored opponent you are considered to have Weapon:2 and against opponents with Armor:1, your Fists attacks are Weapon:1. There is no benefit against more heavily armored opponents.
-1 Too Fast to Hit
When making a full defense (page 199), gain an additional +1 to the roll (for a total of +3) if you also take a supplemental action to move one zone. You do not take the usual –1 penalty for the supplemental action.
-1 Shake the Tail
When you are the one being followed in a car-chase, you have a real talent for sudden turns and daring maneuvers to shake off your pursuers. Gain a +2 to Driving in such a case.
-1 Tough Stuff
The stuff of blunt trauma—fists, sticks, and stones—pose little trouble for you. Against such things, you have a natural Armor:1 (which stacks with other forms of protection). This does not apply to things like blades, bullets, and burns, but it makes you a beast in a burly brawl.
-1 Quick Eye
When examining a location for clues, your eye is quick to pick out the visual details. Your first Investigation roll to determine deeper details about a scene is two time increments (page 315) faster than usual.
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