Identity: Peter Parker
Fighting: Incredible
Agility: Amazing
Strength: Incredible
Endurance: Incredible
Reason: Excellent
Intuition: Good
Psyche: Incredible

Health: 170
Karma: 70
Resources: Typical
Popularity: 30


  • Spider Sense: Amazing. Buzzing, cannot be blindsided and may make defensive actions if he makes a successful power FEAT. Intuition remains same in battle. If sense is nullified, Intuition is as listed and all Agility FEATs are at -1cs.
  • Spiderclimb: Amazing.
  • Hyper-Leaping: Amazing.
  • Balance: Spider-Man’s balance allows him to walk a tightrope automatically and a slack tightrope with a green Agility FEAT. His sense of balance helps him fall up to 3 stories (30 feet) without receiving damage, provided he lands on his feet (Green Agility FEAT). He can prevent damage from a longer fall by grabbing and swinging off protrusions in the fall’s path every 3 stories (flagpole, lampposts, etc.) or using his Web-Shooters, as long as he keeps making Green Agility FEATs


Photography, Chemistry, Physics, Computers, Martial Arts A, B, Acrobatics, Tumbling


Mary Jane Watson, Carlie Cooper, May Parker, The Avengers, The Future Foundation, Shang-Chi


  • Unstable Molecule Suit: Spider-Man’s suit is made up of Unstable Molecule, which allows him to do the following:
    • Shape-Changing: Ty ability to change the suit’s appearance.
    • Web-Shooters: Shoots up to 7 areas, In material strength in round it was fired. Mn in next round. Used for transportation (3 areas a round) and restraining. Each Web-Shooter holds 10 Web-Cartridges. Each Web-Cartridge has approximately 100 uses until it runs empty. The following can made with his web:
      • Voice Command: Spider-Man is able to control his Web-Shooters through vocal commands.
      • Web Shield: In material strength in round it was created. Monstrous in next round.
      • Web Parachute
      • Web Hand-Glider: Ty air speed
      • Web Missile: Ex blunt attack at 3 areas
      • Blinding: Am, once the web is removed, the victim is able to see again.
      • Web Slingshot: Able to launch himself over great distances. 1 round to make the slingshot and “prep himself for launch”, launch himself up to 10 areas the next round.
  • Utility Belt: Spider-Man wears a Utility Belt underneath his costume, he uses this to carry the following:
    • Spider-Signal: Gd illumination
    • Extra Web Cartridges: The Utility Belt holds 30 extra cartridges. Peter switches these into his Web-Shooters when he runs out of webbing.
    • Camera: Gd material, uses to take pictures for the Daily Bugle
  • Spider-Tracer: Amazing Tracking up to 1 mile


Amazing Fantasy Vol.1: 15 page 12 panel 4

Orphaned as a baby when his parents were killed overseas in a plane crash as U.S. government spies, only child Peter Parker was raised by his elderly Uncle Ben and Aunt May. Academically gifted, Peter displayed an uncanny affinity for science that was nothing short of genius. Socially, however, he was painfully shy and the target of much cruelty by his peers at Midtown High School. Attending a public science exhibit when Peter was 15-years old, he was bitten on the hand by a radioactive spider accidentally irradiated by a particle beam, empowering Peter with the arachnid’s proportional strength and agility, and the ability to cling to almost any surface.

Most incredibly, he had gained a sixth sense that provided him with early warning of impending danger. Disguised, Peter tested his new-found abilities defeating professional wrestler Crusher Hogan in the ring, and earning some cash. Using his scientific prowess, he constructed a pair of artificial web-shooters that attached to his wrists. With an agent, a costume, and a new name, Spider-Man became an overnight sensation on television. Unconcerned with the rest of the world, he vowed to use his powers only to take care of himself and his aunt and uncle. After his first TV special ended, he allowed a burglar that he could have easily restrained to run past him and escape. A few days later, Peter returned home to find his beloved Uncle Ben had been shot and killed. When Spider-Man confronted the killer hiding in the old Acme Warehouse at the waterfront, he discovered to his horror that his uncle’s murderer was the burglar he apathetically allowed to pass. Consumed with guilt, he became aware at last that with great power comes great responsibility, just as his beloved uncle had once said.

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