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Belinda Ursula Garrett ("Bug")

"A tough operator from the streets", played by Christina.

BUG
Name:Belinda Ursula Garrett
Race:Human
Player:Christina Helberg

Description

age: 25

ht: 6' 0"

wt: 155 lbs

Rugged looking with well defined features. medium/large build, brown hair, hazel eyes. attire includes old combat boots, torn bdus, and sleeveless tops. often wears shades.

Attributes
12ST
16DX
10IQ
13HT
11Will
11Fright Check
13Fatigue
12Hit Points
7.25Speed
7Move
11Vision
11Hearing
11Taste/Smell
0Swim
0PD
0DR
8Dodge
1Parry
1Block

Advantages
5Alertness
15Combat Reflexes
20Eye- Night Sight
5Eye- Optic Readout
10High Pain Threshold
58Limb- Arm (right), DX 15 (+15), ST 20 (+43)
1Limb- Hidden Compartment
10Neuro- Chip (incapacity override)
5Neuro- Chip Slot
2Reputation (gang members) (+2), Frequency: Sometimes (10 or less) (*1/2), People: Large class (*1/2)
4Strong Will
20Weapon- Claws (right knuckles)

Disadvantages
-10Bad Temper
-10Bloodlust
-5Code of Honor (loyal to friends)
-10Color Blindness
-20Fear of Insects (entomophobia, severe)
-10Poverty: Struggling (x1/2)

Quirks
-1Bites her nails
-1Cracks knuckles
-1Doesn't like modern weapons
-1Feminist
-1Fidgets a lot

Skills
148.0Area Knowledge
161.0Brawling
150.5Climbing
2016.0Crossbow
128.0Detect Lies
151.0Driving (Car)
102.0Electronics Operation (Security)
130.5Escape
160.5Fast-Draw (Claws)
182.0Fast-Draw (Crossbow)
171.0Fast-Draw (Gyroc)
160.5Fast-Draw (Knife)
101.0First Aid
171.0Guns (Gyroc)
161.0Jumping
161.0Knife
161.0Knife Throwing
102.0Lockpicking
164.0Pickpocket
101.0Savoir-Faire (Gang)
156.0Shadowing
172.0Speed-Load (Crossbow)
161.0Speed-Load (Gyroc)
162.0Stealth
138.0Streetwise

Points
150Attributes
155Advantages
-65Disadvantages
-5Quirks
72Skills
307Total


GURPS(R) Character Assistant 2.11b7 Copyright 1995-1997 Armin D. Sykes. All Rights Reserved.
GURPS is a registered trademark of Steve Jackson Games Incorporated, used by permission. All rights reserved.
It's not the critic who counts. It's not the man who points out where the grown man stumbles, or how the doer of deeds could have done them better; the credit belongs to the man who actually is in the arena, who strives valiantly, who errs and comes up short again and again, who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, and spends himself in a worthy cause, who, if he wins, knows the triumph of high achievement, but who, if he fails, fails while doing so greatly, so that his place will never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat.
-- Theodore Roosevelt