Slade Wilson

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Slade Wilson (Scenesys ID: 685)
Profile
Name: Slade Joseph Wilson
Superalias: Deathstroke the Terminator
Gender: Male
Species: Metahuman
Occupation: Assassin
Citizenship: American
Residence: New York
Education: US Army
Theme: DC (VFC)
Groups:
Details
Apparent Age: 52 Actual Age: 52
Date of Birth 13 Feb 1968 Played By Esai Morales
Height: 6'4" Weight: 225 lb
Hair Color: White Eye Color: Blue
Twitter:
Theme Song: Johnny Cash, "I Hung My Head"


Character Info

Profile

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Slade Wilson, aka Deathstroke the Terminator, is among the world's most infamous mercenaries and assassins. He's known for completing every contract he's ever accepted except one--and he'll do anything he needs to in order to get the job done.

Timeline

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Timeline:
1968: Slade is born.
1985: Slade enlists in the US Army at age 17, where he quickly excels in nearly every endeavor to which Uncle Sam sets him.
1990: Slade is recruited to the top-secret military Team 7.
1992: Slade marries a military instructor and has two sons with her.
1996: Learning that his best friend has been taken prisoner in Somalia, Slade dons a mask and rescues him, becoming 'Deathstroke the Terminator'.
2000: Slade leaves military service and becomes a freelance assassin and mercenary, embarking on countless operations for a wide variety of unscrupulous clients.
2011: After his son was killed trying to complete a contract from HIVE to kill the Teen Titans, Deathstroke nearly succeeds in fulfilling Grant's contract before his other son sabotaged his efforts.
2014: Deathstroke learns of daughter's existence but rejects incorporating her into his life.
2017: Changing his mind, Deathstroke injects his daughter with an ability-enhancing serum & sets to training her to become an assassin like himself.

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Personality

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Bastard:
Slade is, above all else, a bastard. He's going to get his job done via whatever methods it takes, and the collateral damage inflicted on those around him--more psychological and emotional than physical--isn't even an afterthought for him.

Code of Honor:
While he's a wily and goal-oriented mercenary, Slade nonetheless doesn't actually try to kill or maim those who aren't part of a given contract unless it's necessary. He views his work as being limited in focus and scope, and there's no reason for him to exert himself beyond the parameters of any given operation.

Deceptive:
Slade is an untrustworthy figure, in no small part because he's working plans within plans to achieve his goals however he can. While he's recognized by those who know him as a devious individual, he can still manage to surprise, deceive, and double-cross them through the subtle art of duplicity.

Family Failure:
Slade wants to be a good husband and father, but he's incapable of being that person. Instead, every effort he takes to be a good parent is undermined by his inherent bastardness, his having been honed long since to serve as a brutal and deadly weapon.

Character Sheet

Powers

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Accelerated Healing:
As a corollary to his enhanced physique, Slade's body heals at an accelerated pace, allowing him to recuperate from all manner of injuries much more quickly than would a normal human. Torn muscles can be repaired in hours, and bullet wounds or broken limbs in a matter of days.

Enhanced Physique:
As a result of an experimental serum, Slade's physique has been improved dramatically in a number of ways, from his strength to his endurance to his speed and agility to mental processing & capacity. In essence, Slade operates at the very peak of human physical ability.

Skills

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Deception:
Slade can, and does, lie with ease and frequency--to the extent that, unless one is predisposed to believe he's always lying, it can be nearly impossible to identify when Slade is providing half-truths or full-blown lies.

Firearms:
Just as he is a highly skilled martial artist, so too is Slade a well-trained marksman, whether from long-distance sniping to heavy artillery use to NATO small arms.

Martial Arts:
Slade is an expert in a range of close-quarters combat, including a number of formal martial arts disciplines (including kung fu, krav maga, and judo) to mixed martial arts styles and improvised techniques. While he's not necessarily the best in any of these individually, he ranks among the most fearsome practitioners in the world for his use of such variety in equally skilled manners.

Melee Weapons:
Slade is a superb combatant with a wide array of melee weapons, but he is particularly skilled with swords, knives, and staves. This includes excellent accuracy with throwing knives as well. Even outside those specific weapons, his superhuman capabilities, instincts, and experience make him quite dangerous with just about any common melee weapon, including improvised varieties.

Stealth:
Deathstroke is a disciplined stealth operative who can not only infiltrate highly secure and heavily protected areas but can do so without his presence being noticed. He's not necessarily a ninja, but compared to most, Slade is an incredibly sneaky individual.

Strategy:
Slade is an incredibly skilled strategist and tactician, able to outmaneuver and outplan most opponents with relative ease. Further, his experiences and training, combined with his enhanced physique (including improved mental acumen), allow Slade to improvise and change approaches on the fly in a variety of efficient ways.

Resources

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Arsenal:
Deathstroke has an extensive arsenal of weaponry from around the world, which he regularly maintains and restocks. This arsenal includes a wide range of conventional firearms and melee weapons but also some atypical and unique equipment, from lasers to EMP grenades to his signature sword and custom-built pole weapon (both of which are outlined in their own entries).

Deathstroke:
Slade has a custom-made sword, named 'Deathstroke,' which is forged from Promethium and that, because of its composition, is capable of redistributing energy absorbed from attacks that it intercepts.

Energy Lance:
Deathstroke frequently makes use of a telescoping pole weapon that is activated by Slade's biometrics. It can fire energy blasts, conventional bullets, and a kind of concussive grapeshot.

Ikon Suit:
Deathstroke's outfit, a prototype 'gravity sheathe' suit lined with Promethium, is designed to absorb focused energy from most attacks that increases the suit's (and thus the wearer's) resistance to damage temporarily. However, attacks that aren't so focused and thus distribute impact across the suit, are able to drain the suit's reserves and leave the wearer more vulnerable. The suit also contains a number of miniaturized computer and communication systems.

Mercenary Networks:
Years of completing contracts efficiently and successfully has allowed Slade to cultivate extensive professional networks (albeit of criminal organizations, government operatives and diplomats, fellow mercenaries, fences, and so on). While none of them is trustworthy, per se, Slade knows how to work contacts in these networks to obtain crucial information, find work, and so on.

Safehouses:
Slade has places he can live and lie low scattered all around the world. Most major cities and perennial 'hotspots' have at least one. They can range from hidden bunkers, to a simple room with a cot, toilet, sink, and weapons lockers, to luxury homes filled with amenities. All of them contain varying degrees of weaponry, currency (usually local and neighboring countries), first-aid supplies, fake IDs/documentaion, and non-perishable food, and are protected by strong security systems (sometimes the security system is worth more than the room itself).

Wealth:
Slade Wilson is possibly the most highly paid mercenary in the world, and he's very good at his job. He has assets available that easily put him on par with multi-millionaires though nowhere near a billionaire.

Wintergreen:
Slade's right-hand man is an old military friend who's spent the last several decades assisting Deathstroke with his contract work. If there's any person who Slade might "trust"--in the sense that he's open with the man about his devious machinations. Slade understands that, when push comes to shove, Wintergreen will protect himself and work in Slade's best interests even if it doesn't seem like it, making Wintergreen the best ally Deathstroke could ever have.

Weaknesses

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Family:
While Slade has innumerable enemies, perhaps his most dangerous foes are those closest to him, those he cares--or at least believes he cares--about the most: his ex-wife and children. While Slade rarely lets his guard down, it is for his family that he's most likely to be vulnerable ... and they know this, just as do many of his other enemies (who might look to hurt Slade through injury to his family).

Loads of Enemies:
As Deathstroke, Slade has spent decades cultivating a nearly countless number of enemies, from family members of his victims out for revenge to costumed heroes in pursuit of justice for some past act of his. The range of angered foes also makes it unlikely that Slade can reach out for any strong alliance with others, since it's probable that he's screwed them over in some way in the past.

Monoscopic Vision:
While he deals with it much more effectively than most with the same condition, Slade does only have one eye and thus lacks depth perception--which can, from time to time, compromise his ability to engage his surroundings in the most effective manner possible (judging distance, targeting something with hand-eye coordination, and so on).

Public Identity:
Deathstroke's identity is public knowledge, and given his reputation as a merciless assassin, he can expect to have authorities of all stripes on his tail whenever he shows his face in public.

Role-Play

Logs

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Slade Wilson has 27 finished logs.

Title Date Scene Summary
Murderer's Row March 13th, 2021 A variety of badasses beat a variety of lame-asses on live streaming television
Thursday Night at the Wilsons March 12th, 2021 Slade and Rose Wilson catch up a bit and talk ninjas.
The day after March 5th, 2021 Terrible, terrible things have been done
Deadly Dockyard Damage January 17th, 2021 Slade ensures an accident on a Moroccan party Yacht for Carmine Falcone after the owners refuse to play ball.
Not doing too badly! October 17th, 2020 Slade comes by with a new training session. Worst part doesn't seem to be the high altitude. It's the 'getting up at 0230' part.
Return to Lian Yu September 13th, 2020 Team Arrow made a statement, Lian Yu is theirs. Whitehall lost his newest, shiniest base. The island has swallowed it back up.
Wintergreen, At Your Service September 2nd, 2020 Thea Queen meets the informative Mr. William Wintergreen, and one way or another gets a taste of what she's in for training with the Terminator.
Day One - Orientation August 29th, 2020 Slade Wilson finds a recovered Thea, and lays down some of the ground rules and curriculum for his training.
It Came From the Deep: Fish & Ships August 28th, 2020 Spoiler and some sea monsters crash Cheetah's auction!
A Bit of Hellish Socializing August 22nd, 2020 Four Inner Circle Members Walk Into A Bar....
Taking That First Step August 20th, 2020 Thea Queen makes a potentially dangerous choice.
Not The Friendliest of Reunions August 17th, 2020 Oliver Queen and Slade Wilson enjoy a tense conversation.
Hellfire Purgatory Teen Club Grand Opening August 15th, 2020 The grand opening is a hit! Drinking, dancing, socializing, loads of fun... oh, and a cameo by a very annoyed one-eyed security goon.
...said the fly to the spider. August 14th, 2020 Spiders eat flies, even when they're invited guests.
A Woman Sconed August 13th, 2020 The misspelling is intentional....
Seven Deadly Sins Ball August 12th, 2020 Surprisingly devoid of any real scandal
The Inner Circle Meets August 12th, 2020 The Inner Circle gathers and plots.
Have We Met August 6th, 2020 Two infamous villains unknowingly encounter each other in the VIP Lounge of the Hellfire Club.
Just Another Day At Coffee of Doom August 5th, 2020 A goddess and a world-class assassin walk into a coffee shop...surprisingly revealing conversation ensues.
Sorry, Wrong Address August 4th, 2020 The Black Cat crosses the path of Deathstroke, and luck is not on her side.
Stopping a Bullet August 3rd, 2020 A fight with DEATHSTROKE! And it totally does not go as the Outsiders planned, at all...
Par Excellence July 30th, 2020 A perfectly nice date, RUINED by Slade Wilson. He's the ruiner of all nice things.
The Wrong Place at the Wrong Time July 21st, 2020 Slade Wilson completes a job in Starling City, Thea Queen crosses his path. It doesn't end well for her.
Mojo's Arcade Legend: Twisted Treeline June 30th, 2020 No description
Side notes June 29th, 2020 Slade offers an ear and some advice that is taken.
Hellfire Masquerade: The Public House June 11th, 2020 Young folks socialize while old mercs gather in the Public House during the Hellfire Club Masquerade.
Does This Blouse Also Come in Slade March 23rd, 2020 Slade Wilson follows Vanessa out of the Queen estate, and questions her on who she is and why she's in Oliver's life.

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