Force Field: Rm (30).
Kinetic Bolt: Rm (30).
Telekinesis: In (40).
True Flight: Gd (10).
Wayne Pullman was born and raised in a suburb outside of New York City, and had a
relatively happy life. His parents were well adjusted, and although not wealthy, provided
Wayne with a good education. Wayne went to Empire State University where he studied
computer science, concentrating on web and Internet design. However, Wayne's school held a
sinister secret. The Hellgate Society had been using the school to test a new brainwashing
device on the students. Masking the operation as dream & sleep research, they tested
the device on several dozen students. However all failed to respond in the manner expected
of the device. The device hadn't failed. It just didn't do what it was designed to do.
Wayne had signed up for the research, and had taken several treatments. The device slowly,
very slowly modified his genetic structure, and imbued him with telekinetic powers. The
device's incubation period was so long (several years), that it's effects were never
realized. The Hellgate Society got frustrated after a few months of no results, and
eventually disbanded the operation and pulled it's resources from the college. Wayne
graduated college, moved into his own place within the city, and began to do freelance
webpage designing. Business within the city was good, but competition was fierce. Wayne
managed to hold his own, enough to keep himself supplied in computer hardware, software,
and other electronic equipment. A couple of years after Wayne graduated college, his
telekinetic powers emerged. He took some time to get them under control, and practiced
constantly with his powers. Wayne has perfected throwing bolts of telekinetic energy, and
a projecting fields of telekinetic energy that serve as force fields. He's a little
fearful with lifting himself, so he's extremely careful when trying to fly. He's clocked
other objects at 300 miles an hour, but hasn't flown himself more than 120. Wayne had
decided to use is power for helping others whenever he could. He would try to stop crimes
in progress whenever he found them, or heard about them. He didn't patrol his neighborhood
like other heroes, but did what he could. After a few months of being shot at, and being
beaten by a few supervillains, Wayne is not as naive as he was when he started, but still
he continues to fight crime. He feels it's the right thing to do. New York is his home,
and feels it's worth fighting for.