Second printing of the cover to Detective Comics #818. Art
by Simone Bianchi. All characters pictured are and © of DC Comics.
All rights reserved.
Attorney Harvey Dent (a friend of Bruce Wayne’s), until his latent multiple
personality disorder fully took hold when half his face was horrifically scarred,
and he became obsessed with committing crimes themed around duality and opposites
with all major decisions being determined by a two-headed coin.
Darkwind of the Dicefreaks forums.
190 VP (20d8+80)
defense, +2 Dexterity), touch 16, flat footed 14
strike +22 melee (1d8 + 5) or gun +17 ranged (2d6)
strike +22/+17/+12 melee (1d8 + 5) or guns +17/+17/+12/+12/+7 ranged (2d6)
Ref +8, Will +11
Dexterity 14, Constitution 18, Intelligence 18, Wisdom 21, Charisma 20
+30, Diplomacy +20, Disguise
+15 (+17 acting), Gamble +28, Gather
Information +18, Hide +7, Intimidate
+36, Investigate +25, Knowledge (behavioral sciences) +19, Knowledge (civics)
+29, Knowledge (streetwise) +19, Knowledge (theology) +15, Listen
+25, Move Silently +12, Profession
(district attorney) +30, Research +21, Sense
Motive +25, Slight of Hand +12, Spot
Deformity (face), Improved
Two Weapon fighting, Power
weapon fighting, Willing Deformity
(unique) or with gang (20 average thugs and 2 gangleaders)
Harvey suffers from an
extreme form of bipolar syndrome, also known as manic depression. It is severe
enough that his two phases are actually separate personalities. Harvey may also
suffer from multiple personality disorder. In any event, the symptoms of his
disorder go far beyond normal medical explanations.
Harvey rolls 2d20 and takes
the better of his rolls for any save, attack roll, or check.
Harvey must flip his coin
before making any major decisions. He must abide by the coin’s choice or become
immediately exhausted. If exhausted in this fashion, he also begins taking the
lower of the two d20 rolls as mentioned above, rather than the higher. Harvey
must make and abide by two consecutive future decisions of the coin in order
to remove this penalty.
Harvey is usually armed
with a pair of handguns and sometimes an automatic rifle.
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