Category: Human, Hitman
Age: Unknown (Late 30s – Early 40s)
Size: Average overweight human.
Origin: Unknown (possibly Sardinia)
General Description: Not much is known about this high profile hitman. He first came into light when he was with the resistance during the WWII in Greece and later in Italy. It was then when he started his professional hitman career. A true professional with nearly 100% success rate, Mr. Teddy Bear charges anywhere between 100,000 and 200,000 British pounds per killing (20% up front, 80% upon the proof of death.) The body of the only customer known to welsh on him was dropped from a helicopter onto the exhibition square at the opening of the trade festival in Zagreb.
Friends, Associates, and Sidekicks: None. Mr. Teddy Bear works alone
Sworn Enemies: John Steed, Cathy Gale
Special Powers: Expert technical skills and brilliant criminal intellect
Weapon(s) of choice: Mr. Teddy Bear is extremely creative in his choice of weapons – from microphones wired to deliver several thousand volts of electricity, to tiny time activated devices contained inside the pills and scheduled to release cyanide at the preset time of his choosing, to replacing faux grenade cigarette lighters with live grenades.
Hobbies: Spending money. Playing with stuffed animals.
Pet Peeves: Lying to (or killing) ladies.
1) I killed my first man when I was 16 years old. There was no doubt about him. He died and he deserved to die. The issues were clear. These days there is getting more and more doubt.
2) I wouldn’t dream of submitting you to the indignity of a search. Mrs. Gale, might I have your gun.
3) I am willing to retire but not to commit suicide.
4) Only an animal fights to the death. I have no wish to be carried out of here on a stretcher – I prefer to walk.
Total Estimated Power Rating: 12
7 Intellect Points + 3 Base Physical Strength Points + 2 Weapon Points for various villainous devices at his disposal
Power Rating Estimate Notes: Unlike most guns for hire, Mr. Teddy Bear prefers killing his victims remotely – using electricity, poisons, explosives, etc. He also enjoys making a show out of his crimes – some of his jobs took place in public or even during live television broadcasts. In a one-on-one combat his physical powers are quite unremarkable, however locating him may prove to be quite a challenge. His love for cheap, flashy effects and pathos filled speeches is his major weakness. Mr. Teddy Bear often feels invulnerable and superior to his adversaries, thus he is prone to underestimating his opponents – a flaw that is often fatal in the cat-and-mouse business of high-profile assassinations.
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Movie(s) and or Book(s) featuring the character:
- Mr. Teddy Bear (The Avengers (TV-Series) Season 2 (1962))