Category: Human, Survivor
Age: Late teens (exact age unknown)
Habitat: Hull house
General Description: A sweet all American girl next door, who is not afraid to use an improvised flamethrower when cornered by the demonic beings. Definitely someone you’d want to have on your side when partying in the Hull House.
Friends, Associates, and Sidekicks: Rodger... not a very useful friend, but can lend a hand or serve as a cushion at times.
Sworn Enemies: Suzanne, Angela, Stooge
Special Powers: Unwavering optimism
Weapons of Choice: Improvised flamethrower
Weaknesses: Limited physical power
Pet Peeves: Climbing on barbed wire
Best Lines: - It smells like roses
Total Estimated Power Rating: 7
3 Intellect Points + 2 Base Physical Strength Points + 1 Weapon Points for the Flamethrower + 1 Additional Point for the Cojones Factor
Power Level: Medium. She might seem fragile and fearful, but Judy is capable of defending herself and others even against greater odds, especially when cornered.
Identification: While most of us agree that Judy’s most memorable feature is her personality, her little brother insists that the easiest way to identify her is by her big cha-chas. Disturbing…
How to Recruit: Ask her out on a date. All-American girls never refuse a polite date invitation. As long as you are an All-American boy of course.
How to Stay on Her Good Side: Don’t try to kill her. You don’t even need to be helpful – she’ll like you anyway just because you are not a monster.
What to Look Out For: Judy is not going to demonstrate her inner strength until cornered. If you attempt to protect her, she would fall apart and become a screaming dead weight waiting for a big strong man (or woman) to rescue her. Don’t let her go girly on you like that. Start crying and whining until her self-defense mechanism kicks in and she finally takes charge.
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Movies and Books Featuring the Character:
- Night of the Demons (1988)