Parker, Peter, Benjamin (not available for adoption)
H: 5“ 10‘ | W: 158 lbs.
Blue and Red costume with a spider logo on front and back of chest.
G - General. Suitable For Members Of All Ages; No Maiming, Mutitilating, Or Other Possible Traumatic Situations. Prior Explicit Player Consent Required Before Event Inclusion.
Date Of Birth:
0 / 0 / 0 (2 / 17 - )
Place Of Birth:
Forest Hills, New York
GRD 12 - Senior
Mutation - Genetic: Induced
Modify existing current technology
Professional employment, middle class
Repair, install and troubleshoot current technology
Danger Sense: Spider-Man can sense moments before a dangerous situation is about to occur, and usually from what direction such danger will come. Spider-Man can sense danger both to himself and those close by him to a limited range. Peter calls it his "spider-sense", and alerts him when danger is near, though he does not always know the specifics of the danger. Additionally, this sense may warn when others are lying to them if such lies would endanger the Spider-Man.
Super Human Regeneration
Chemical Engineering: Engineering dealing with the industrial application of chemistry and development of new chemical technology.
Polymers: Deals with only chemical elements found occuring in natural substances.
Photography: Peter is an accomplished photographer with both capturing images and reproduction in the studio both chemically or electronically on the computer.
Computer Science: Peter is advanced in computer programming and systems engineering.
Balance: Spider-Man can run across ropes or rails, stand on top of posts, effortlessly climb ropes and can easily recover from being thrown. Movement is unhindered while doing these things.
Combat Reflexes: (#15)
Spider-Man can react to threats almost instantly, meaning that he is very difficult to surprise and is extremely effective in close-range hand-to-hand combat
Noble: Spider-Man will never let anything bad happen to anyone and begrudges even hurting his enemies.
MORAL CODE: No matter what, Spider-Man will not kill or more importantly, allow someone else to kill or be killed by there actions or lack there of regardless of the situation or mitigating circumstances. Likewise, and to a lesser degree, they will not permit others to be harmed and try to minimize property damage where possible. Saving lives takes precedence over all, even over catching the bad guys. Needless to say there are times when this code causes problems.
SECRET IDENTITY: The world does not know that Spider-Man is, was or even suspects that he is actually Spider-Man. Of all the secrets he possesses, this is likely their most guarded, and while some people may know about their secret identity as Spider-Man, by and large their identity as he is an indisputable secret. When dealing with normal society Spider-Man may have to go to great lengths to maintain their double-life.
Basic web-shooters: The web-shooters shoot sticky ropes of webbing which he uses to swing from building to building. They are a pair of special wrist devices of Peter's own design that contain a material that mixes with air to a web-like material. They can be used in many different ways by varying the pressure and adjusting the nozzles of the spinnerets. They can take the form of strong thin lines, as fine quick spreading lines, or as a thick adhesive liquid. Spider-Man can either use the webbing as web-gloves to protect his hands, as a Web-Parachute, an air-proof Web-Dome, a Web-Shield that offers protection from bullets and energy blasts, as small "web-bullets" that bounce off opponents, use the webbing to ensnare an opponent, tie opponents up with a rope and hang them upside down from vertical poles, pulling his foes towards him, or shoot them in any direction he chooses Spider-Man's primary means of transportation is by the use of his webbing to swing around the city. He shoots a strand of webbing to a high location, like the edge of a building, and pushes his body towards any direction he chooses while holding on to the web, allowing him to traverse at an accelerated speed. This artificial webbing lasts for an hour before fading away.
Utility Belt: Spider-Man wears a belt under his costume that contains a built-in Spider-Signal. He uses it as either an unconventional light source or as a way to intimidate lesser villains. The belt also contains spare web cartridges, tracers, the camera and his mask when not in costume.
Camera: Spider-Man possesses a small electronic camera. It takes photos whenever movement is made in front of it. He would place the camera in a certain spot and springs into action in front of it, allowing him to take photos of himself. As Spider-Man he uses the camera to capture his heroic exploits to then sell the photos or video to the Daily Bugle.
Spider-Tracer: The Spider-Tracer is a typical tracker that is shaped liked a spider and is aerodynamic for flight. The tracers are very small so it will not be noticed when attached to a person. The tracers contain a special radio frequency that his Spider-Sense can detect. He usually uses the tracers to track objects or people via his Spider-Sense within a 100-mile radius. Spider-Man fires the tracers at high velocity using his web-shooters and he has them coated with webbing in order for them to be firmly attached to their target. Since Peter lost his Spider-Sense, the use of the Spider-Tracers is rendered obsolete since he can only track them using his enhanced senses.
Peter Parker is funded by Tony Stark through a fake apprenticeship. Tony granted him money as an educational grant. Tony goes over the upgrades and modifications of the suit.
Blue and Red costume with a spider logo on front and back of chest.
Peter Parker has a specially designed costume of high density polycarbonic fiber with porous properties that enable Peter to cling to walls and enhances his eye sight with various light filters. It has a lot of functions build in within it, but it is currently locked away from him.
Happy Hogan - Contact to Stark
Richard Parker (father, deceased)
Mary Parker (mother, deceased)
Benjamin Parker (uncle, deceased)
May Parker (aunt)
Will Fitzpatrick (grandfather)
Dr. Octopus, Green Gobllin and Vulture
Peter Parker was orphaned as a baby when his parents were killed overseas in a plane crash as U.S. government spies, only child Peter Parker was raised by his Uncle Ben and Aunt May. Academically gifted, Peter displayed an uncanny affinity for science that was nothing short of genius. Socially, however, he was painfully shy and the target of much cruelty by his peers at Midtown High School. Attending a public science exhibit when Peter was 15-years old, he was bitten on the hand by a radioactive spider accidentally irradiated by a particle beam, empowering Peter with the arachnid's proportional strength and agility, and the ability to cling to almost any surface.
Most incredibly, he had gained a sixth sense that provided him with early warning of impending danger. Disguised, Peter tested his new-found abilities defeating professional wrestler Crusher Hogan in the ring, and earning some cash. Using his scientific prowess, he constructed a pair of artificial web-shooters that attached to his wrists. With an agent, a costume, and a new name, Spider-Man became an overnight sensation on television. Unconcerned with the rest of the world, he vowed to use his powers only to take care of himself and his aunt and uncle. After his first TV special ended, he allowed a burglar that he could have easily restrained to run past him and escape. A few days later, Peter returned home to find his beloved Uncle Ben had been shot and killed. When Spider-Man confronted the killer hiding in the old Acme Warehouse at the waterfront, he discovered to his horror that his uncle's murderer was the burglar he apathetically allowed to pass. Consumed with guilt, he became aware at last that with great power comes great responsibility, just as his beloved uncle had once said.
To help his Aunt May with finances, Peter took a freelance job at the Daily Bugle selling pictures of himself as Spider-Man to publisher J. Jonah Jameson. Despite Spider-Man rescuing his son, astronaut John Jameson, from a malfunctioning space capsule, Jonah used his newspaper to publicly condemn Spider-Man as a vigilante.
At school, his popularity was no greater, as "Puny Parker" frequently clashed with bully Flash Thompson and his followers. Flash's girlfriend, Liz Allan, often complicated matters, harboring a crush on "Petey" and making Flash jealous.
After defeating the Green Goblin and Dr. Octopus, his name came within the world as Spider-Man. The Avengers's member Tony Stark or Iron-Man took an interest in him and recruited him for a fight. He gave him a better suit and fought the Avengers. After the experience, he was brought back home and had contact with Stark ever since. He was allowed in a few small missions, as long as the Avengers were an overkill. Finally he was given a new suit. It was a suit which had many upgrades, but he didn't know he was placed on training wheels.