David Kessler

Name: David Kessler
Category: Werewolf
Age: Early 20s
Size: Average human / When in wolf shape: Height - 40 inches in shoulder; Weight - 200 lb
Origin: America
Habitat: London, one-bedroom London flats, London Zoo, Piccadilly Circus
General Description: American student bitten by an English werewolf. Turns into a wolf during the full moon. Has absolutely no control over this ability and in fact has no memory of his werewolf activities once back in human shape. Struggles with serious psychological problems, stimulated by the feeling of guilt, visions of decomposing bodies of his victims, and disturbing visits from his dead friend Jack Goodman.
Friends, Associates, and Sidekicks: Jack Goodman, Nurse Alex Price
Sworn Enemy: Himself
Special Powers: Turns into a wolf every full-moon, gaining super-human strength and agility
Weapon(s) of choice: Powerful and extremely sharp fangs
Weaknesses: Hot British nurses in general, and Nurse Alex Price in particular, suicidal tendencies, vulnerability to ordinary weapons (such as firearms)
Hobbies: Stealing balloons from British children
Pet Peeves: Full moon, bad porn movies, Nazi Demons, Jack Goodman
Best Line(s):
1) Relax? I'm a fucking werewolf!
2) Queen Elizabeth is a man! Prince Charles is a pervert! Winston Churchill was full of shit! Shakespeare's French!
Total Estimated Power Rating: 10
3 Intellect Points + 3 Base Physical Strength Points + 2 Additional Physical Strength Points for when in Wolf Shape + 1 Shock Point + 1 Point for Basic Shape-Shifting Ability
Power Rating Estimate Notes: Both Physical and Intellectual estimates are based exclusively on David’s wolf shape. When in human shape he is absolutely average, harmless, and according to English nurses - very attractive,...and a little bit sad.
Although David possesses super human strength, his vulnerability to ordinary weapons would make him an easy target even for a drunken British redneck. However, he is virtually invulnerable in hand-to-hand combat against humans.
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Movie(s) and or Book(s) featuring the character:
- An American Werewolf in London (1981)

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