Silent Jim

Gunslinger, Omnidimensional Engima, Brotherhood Agent


Agility: d10
Strength: d6
Vitality: d6
Alertness: d8
Intelligence: d10
Willpower: d8

Life Points: 14
Initiative: d10+d8
Endurance: d6+d8
Resistance: d6+d6

Athletics d4
Covert d6
- Stealth d10
Discipline d6
- Concentration d10
Guns d6
- Submachine Guns d10
- Pistols d12
Influence d6
Intimidation d12
Knowledge d4
Perception d6
Unarmed Combat d6

Dead Inside d6
Duty (Brotherhood) d12
Exists Outside of Time d8
Fluid Character HIstory d8
Mystic Vortex d6
Rival (Jim) d10
Second Sight d4
Shadow d10
Signature Item (Shades) d2
Spooky Mystique d6

Portal Pockets Trench Coat
Twin Pair of Silver Plated 1911 Pistols (d6W, ranged increment 50ft), shotgun (d10W, ranged increment 60ft), Black Fedora and Shades.


The trenchcoat. The fedora. The ever-present shades. Silent Jim was more archetype than man. No one’s really sure how he joined the Brotherhood. St. Peter has a vague recollection of Jim coming highly recommended, but gun to his head, he couldn’t tell you by whom. Officially, the Brotherhood considered Silent Jim a Chronomancer—a mystical manipulator of the flow of time. It fits…kinda…but there’s more to Jim than could fit in any one category.

Most agents didn’t like working with Jim, citing “an eerie, otherworldly presence” and “the ever present sense of impending doom.” But Gabriel was different. He and Jim struck up an instant camaraderie, like they’d known each other for years. Fighting side by side in Alpha One, they were an unstoppable team.

And then something bad happened.

Silent Jim was counted among the dead following the Vancouver Disaster. At their memorial service, his name, and those of the others who fell that day, were etched into the Xi Wall. It’s an honor reserved for only the greatest heroes who have died in service to the Brotherhood.

He’s earned it.

Silent Jim

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