Vance Astro (Justice)
Leader of The New Warriors
Health: 56 Karma: 60
Resources: In Pop: 5
Telekinesis: In, Allows Justice to do things as if he had a strength equal to his power rank. In rank has In range and the following power stunts. He can increase his rank to Mn for short periods at a great cost. For every shift above In abilities, he raises it he must loose 1 health point every turn. He must also roll an Endurance FEAT or be stunned. He can also do multiple power stunts in a turn but will loose 1 health point per power stunt over the first every turn.
-Levitate: Gd airspeed, May carry 5 other passengers
-Psychokinetic Blast: In Force, 3 areas
-Force Field: For himself and others with In protection.
Talents: Computers, Space Exploration, History: (Heroes/Villains)
Contacts: Avengers, New Warriors, Thing
Name: Vance Astrovik
Age: 23 (Should be 17 Hyperbolic Time Chamber)
Marital Status: Single
Vance Astrovik was a normal teen who found himself secretly protected by the Guardians of the Galaxy, a group of superheroes from an alternate future who feared Vance was a target of the villainous Korvac. Upon meeting Vance Astro, the Guardian who happened to be an alternate-future version of himself, Vance experienced a mental shock that caused his mutant powers to emerge.
Vance had often been abused by his father throughout his childhood, but his powers led to more abuse from his father, a violent anti-mutant bigot. Vance soon ran away from home and eventually ended up adventuring alongside the Thing, who was taking a leave of absence from the Fantastic Four. Calling himself Marvel Boy, Astrovik joined the Thing as a member of the Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation before finally parting ways.
Vance, as Marvel Boy, later tried to join the Avengers, but was told by his hero, Captain America, that he needed more experience. Feeling rejected and embarrassed, Vance was then approached by Professor Xavier to go to Cork.
Vance is a young mutant at the Xavier Academy in Cork. He was sent there with the rest of the New Mutants to study in a safer environment where they would not have to worry about missions and could focus on developing there powers. His goal is to one day be an Avenger. Vance has a good mind for tactics and, with the proper training, could be a fine leader. He has developed his abilities and is now living restlessly on an island in the Atlantic with many of the other students. He left not long after and joined the New Warriors.