Identity: Christopher Powell
Regeneration: While in the Darkhawk personae, he can heal up to 40 points by changing back to Chris Powell for at least 1 turn.
Enhanced Vision: He has Good range vision and can reduce range by up to 4 areas when firing his grapple. He also has Remarkable intensity infra-red vision in darkness.
Claws: Good edged damage
True Flight: Good air speed.
Darkforce Blast or Shield: From his chest he can do one of the following each turn but not both:
Remarkable Force, 2 area
Create a shield gives Remarkable protection vs physical or energy attacks, from the front only.
Alter Ego: Chris Powell’s normal stats:
Grappling Hook: Amazing material
Excellent climbing speed. It has a 2 area range
Fires with Remarkable accuracy from the right forearm.
The grapple can also make attacks to grab or grapple an Agility FEAT.
Blunt Weapons, Grapple Marksman
Spider-Man, Moon Knight, New Warriors
Dargin Bokk was an intergalactic crimelord, who sought to improve his agents so they would become expandable, but able to come back (Invulnerability). He thus went on a quest for independant scientists, whose inventions could be combined to create super-agents. One scientist had a means to store consciousnesses, another a teleportational system which could substitute a being for another, a Terran built sophisticated androids, another scientist worked on telepathy, another on the techno-virus, and the last one had managed to access a pocket dimension called null-space.
Five androids, each with an amulet allowing to telepathically control it, were designed. However, most of the scientists had been coerced by Bokk, and they rebelled using the Darkhawk bodies. Bokk killed one of the Darkhawk’s and took over it, becoming Evilhawk. One of the ‘hawks fused with Bokk’s starship, and another had his body stolen by Portal. The two remaining ones projected their consciousness on Earth, and became mysterious Darkhawk supporting characters.
One of the amulets ended up in the hands of Chris Powell, a young New Yorker. He became a vigilante after he discovered his father, a cop, was on the take from a local crimelord, and made himself powerful enemies.