Victoria Marie Young
Gunslinging Ex-Cop Artist
Victoria Marie Young
Born: December 2, 1910
Buffalo, New York
Occupation: Secret Service Agent
Known Aliases: “Pretty Miss Marie” (Stage Name)
|Nightsdeep Status: Homewrecker|
|Life is supposed to be beautiful|
|Selfless to a fault|
|Distance is a lie (Space)|
|Ex-cop from New York City|
She has exhibited these abilities:
Uncanny Accuracy. Once per conflict, stack an additional free invoke on an advantage you’ve created to represent the time you take to aim or line up a shot (like In My Sights).
Tracker. +2 to Investigate rolls made to analyse or follow a person or creature’s physical trail.
Good Cop. Kindness is more effective when given a basis for comparison. +2 to Rapport when creating advantages to assist someone who has the Bad Cop stunt.
Useful Little Things. Use a fate point. You can declare that you have something useful within your pocket dimension. You can then remove that item from any container within reach. When you say that you have something, the GM would likely agree.
Spatial Warping. +2 to Space Foci when creating an advantage involving gravity on a zone. This affects everyone in the zone but her.
BAMF! +2 to Space Foci when teleporting herself to a location within her sight.
Smooth Over. You’re adept at stepping into a bad situation and dialing it down to something more reasonable. So long as you are not the direct reason someone is upset, your attempts to calm them down using your Rapport receive a +2 bonus.
Blink. You may use Space foci in place of athletics when dodging melee attacks.
Kinetic Sniper Rifle
Function: long range kinetic energy weapon
Flaw: That thing is huge!
Called Shot. During a Shoot attack, spend a fate point and declare a specific condition you want to inflict on a target, like Shot in the Hand. If you succeed, you place that as a situation aspect on them in addition to hitting them for stress.
Sniper. Once per scene, you may make an attack with Shoot from up to ten zones away, provided you have a sniper rifle and scope.
Weird Sword from Terra
Function: Recurved elven blade
Flaw: Pretty to look at, not so great to use
My Dad’s Old Revolver
Function: Small old service revolver
Flaw: Limited Ammo
|Physical 2||Mental 3|
|1 out of 1|
Victoria Young was born in Buffalo, NY to a young native British couple (Edward and Mary Young). Victoria’s mother (Mary Young) died during labor, leaving Edward to raise Victoria alone. Victoria’s father is a theater producer in New York City and her mother was his main actress prior to her death. Victoria grew up always on the road but she had always held dreams of becoming a detective.
Growing up in the backstage of her father’s productions, she became a natural in all things of the arts. A dancer, sculptor, painter, actress, and decent singer; she excelled in her father’s productions fairly quickly. She often stole the show with her beauty and charm. A blonde haired and hazel eyed beauty, she clearly had a successful future in theater. Her love of mysteries and guns however, caused her to join the police academy at the age of nineteen rather than continuing her successful career as an actress.
Victoria Young caught the attention of the Secret Service at a young age. It is unknown actually how long Victoria had been experimenting with her abilities but there are reasons to believe she has had knowledge of them for a very long time. The shows her father and her produced often had the performance of unbelievable acts. For example, one such act had a 10 year old Victoria opening a prop door and allowing the entire cast on stage. The door was in center stage yet, the actors seemed to come through the door without going in the other side. Her father brushed off these acts as “special effects” and “simple stage illusions”.
Watchers attempted to pay close attention to Victoria’s “illusions” but, found that her father worked very hard to cover them up. Even going so far as to have alternate means to perform similar feats without the use of an ability. After a year of service to the New York City police department, the Secret Service approached Victoria Young and offered her a world of mysteries.