X-Men: Omega Point
Genius Billionaire Playboy Philanthropist
- Genius Billionaire Playboy Philanthropist
- Cutting Edge Tech
- Hardheaded Futurist
- Cybernetic Senses
- Superhuman Durability
- Superhuman Strength
- Enhanced Reflexes
- SFX:Boost. Shutdown highest-rated Weapons Platform or Powered Armor power to step up another Powered Armor power by +1. Recover power by activating an opportunity or at the end of an action scene.
- Limit:Power Surge. Shutdown highest-rated power to add a die to the doom pool. Activate an opportunity to recover.
- Supersonic Flight
- SFX:Area Attack. Target multiple opponents. For every additional target, add d6 to your pool and keep +1 effect die.
- SFX:EMP. Target multiple tech-based opponents. Add a d6 or step up the lowest die in the doom pool by +1 for each target and add them to a dice pool including Repulsors. Return added dice to doom pool and shutdown Weapons Platform. Recover power by activating an opportunity or at the end of an action scene.
- SFX:Unibeam. Step up or double Repulsors on your next roll, or spend a die from the doom pool to do both, then shutdown Repulsors. Recover power by activating an opportunity or at the end of an action scene.
- Limit:Charged System. Shutdown highest-rated power and add a die to the doom pool. Recover power by activating an opportunity or at the end of an action scene.
- Business Master
- Science Expert
- Tech Master
- Vehicle Expert
Tony Stark is the CEO and President of Stark Enterprises, one of the United States’ top weapons manufacturers, founded by his father, Howard Stark, during World War II. Like his father, Tony is a genius inventor, though his inventions have generally been too expensive for the military to deploy in force.
While demonstrating new Stark Industries technology in Vietnam in 1963, Tony Stark was captured by Viet Cong. He was imprisoned with Nobel-prize winning physicist Ho Yinsen, with whom he was expected to build weapons for their captors. Secretly they built the first “Iron Man” suit for Tony Stark, which he used to escape, though Yinsen died during the attempt.
Despite pressure from the Pentagon, Stark has refused to disclose the technology behind his Iron Man suit. Stark makes no secret of his identity as Iron Man. With his suit, he has intervened time and again in international affairs and war zones. His supporters say that he has helped save lives and avert conflict around the world. His detractors say that his independence makes him a chaotic force that destabilizes world affairs, and that by holding such power personally, he presents a threat to democracy itself.
With the end of the war in Vietnam and the global focus on the “mutant problem,” Stark has turned his attention to the topic du jour as well. In a recent interview, he told Time magazine:
Mutants are our children, our siblings, our neighbors. That’s who these bigots are talking about when they start talking about going after “them.” We don’t need to “go after” them. We need to help them.