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30 Characters: #1 – Drift

November 1, 2011

Luscious Malcom spent most of a decade in the service as a paratrooper before he was invited to join a secret governmental agency, known only as Program 402, which is tasked with protecting the United States from a more advanced type of criminal.  Through the agency, Luscious underwent some experimental testing. As a result he has heightened senses of taste and smell, extraordinary physical prowess plus the ability to glide.  In addition he was given the ability to emit a very low lever electrical field which has many unique uses including jamming electrical signals, boosting range on cell phones, it is technically the source of his ability to glide and adding just a little more ZAP into a right cross.  Unfortunately…the testing also caused his body to grow an over abundance of hair that grows at an alarming rate.  Luscious has adopted the code name Drift and now is a full time agent based at Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue, Nebraska with Program 402.

* This character was created as part of the 30 Characters challenge. To see HUNDREDS of new characters daily throughout the month of November please visit and search twitter for #30characters

**this character’s powers were rolled at random from the Heroes Unlimited RPG system. His rolls resulted in the following:

Education Level: 3 years of college
Power Category: Experiment – Chem & Rad – experiment that can not be replicated
# of Powers – 5 minor
Side Effect: Super Hairy
Experiment Sponsor: Military
Status with Sponsor: Allowed to leave peacefullyPowers:
Extraordinary physical prowess
Heightened Sense of Taste
Energy Expulsion: Electrical Field
Flight: Glide
Heightened Sense of Smell
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