Halflife

Halflife
Unknown

Fighting Good
Agility Good
Strength Excellent
Endurance Remarkable
Reason Good
Intuition Typical
Psyche Good

Health 70
Karma 26
Resources Feeble
Popularity -5

Powers

Bio-physical Control-Aging: Halflife can age any organic being or material half way through its normal lifespan, with Amazing ability by touch alone. Each touch requires a check against her fighting ability and causes one rank lose from each of the targets physical abilities (including a decrease in health). If the victim’s Health drops to 0, they have died of old age.
Body Resistance: Halflife possesses the equivalent of Good body armor.
Limitation

If Halflife is knocked unconscious any victim who has not already died will regain full abilities and Health. Armor provides no protection against Halflife’s special touch, although Force Fields will. Halflife can not affect inorganic materials or beings, including energy beings such as Wonder Man or artificial constructs like the Vision.

Talents

Meditation

Contacts

Graviton

History

Little is known of the history of the woman called “Halflife,” or how she obtained her bizarre powers. It is known that she is an alien from a previously unencountered race of beings. It is unlikely that her power is natural, as she has claimed that she used it to kill every other being on her native planet.

Halflife was eventually contacted by the villain Graviton, who sought to bring together a group of allies based on the “fundamental forces” of the universe. Halflife exemplified the “weak force,” the attraction between matter and anti-matter. She somehow came to Earth where she entered into an alliance with Graviton, Zzzax, and the alien known as Quantum.

Although Zzzax was defeated, the other three “Fundamental Forces” were able to temporarily defeat the hero team Avengers’ West Coast contingent. However, the Avenger Tigra managed to escape and, disguised as one of Graviton’s guards, convinced Halflife that Quantum was preparing to kill her. Halflife’s ability to strip life proved a stalemate against Quantum’s super-strength and ability to recreate himself. Attempting to break up the fight between the two, Graviton applied his own power and the resulting cataclysm caused Halflife’s power to seemingly burn out. Graviton’s powers failed and the chunk of earth the Fundamental Forces had been using as a headquarters flew off into space, with Halflife still on it. Her final fate is still unknown.

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