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Mary Jane Watson

Mary Jane Watson
Promotional artwork of Marvel Comics character for Heroes Convention 2007; art by Adam Hughes.

Born and raised in Queens, New York, Mary Jane Watson grew up in a troubled household, with an alcoholic father and an absent mother. Despite her difficult upbringing, Mary Jane was a bright and ambitious young woman who dreamed of becoming an actress. Her charisma and beauty were undeniable, and she quickly became a popular figure in the New York social scene.

In high school, Mary Jane met Peter Parker, and the two struck up a friendship that eventually blossomed into a romance. However, their relationship was always complicated, with Peter constantly struggling to balance his responsibilities as Spider-Man with his personal life.

Mary Jane was a fiercely independent and determined woman who pursued her dreams relentlessly. Despite the setbacks she faced as an actress, including rejection and the exploitative nature of the entertainment industry, she never lost sight of her goals. She was also a loyal and caring friend, often providing support and comfort to Peter during his darkest moments.

As a character, Mary Jane was complex and nuanced, with a depth and authenticity that made her relatable to readers. Her struggles with addiction, anxiety, and self-doubt were portrayed with sensitivity and realism, and her journey towards self-acceptance and self-discovery was inspiring to many.

Throughout her various storylines, Mary Jane has been portrayed as someone who is driven by a desire to achieve her goals and to make a difference in the world. She has also been depicted as someone who is fiercely loyal to her friends and loved ones, and who will stop at nothing to protect them.

In summary, Mary Jane Watson is a character who has stood the test of time and remains one of the most beloved characters in the Spider-Man universe. Her complexity, depth, and authenticity have made her an inspiration to many, and her journey towards self-discovery and self-acceptance continues to resonate with readers and viewers alike.

Originally Posted by Bane of the Dicefreaks forums.

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Mary-Jane Watson-Parker 
Medium Human 
Wounds13 WP Vitality 28 VP (8d6+8 )
Speed30 ft.
AC13 (+2 Dexterity, +1 defense), touch 13, flat footed 10
Base Attack/Grapple+6/+7
Attack.45 Derringer +8 ranged (2d6) or Unarmed Strike +6 (1d4+1)
Full Attack.45 Derringer +8 ranged (2d6) or Unarmed Strike +6 (1d4+1)
Space/Reach5 ft. /5 ft.
Special AttacksNone
Special QualitiesNone
SavesFort +5, Ref +6, Will +6
AbilitiesStrength 13, Dexterity 15, Constitution 13, Intelligence 14, Wisdom 15, Charisma 20
SkillsBluff +13, Computer Use +6, Diplomacy +19, Drive +6, Gather Information +10, Intimidate +10, Knowledge (current events) +10, Perform (actor) +19, Perform (runway) +19, Sense Motive +7, Swim +5
FeatsCombat Expertise, Defensive Martial Arts, Skill Focus (Perform-actor), Skill Focus (Perform-model)
Climate/TerrainStark Tower, New York City
OrganizationSolitary (unique); or pair (Spider-Man); or group (New Avengers)
Challenge Rating4
AlignmentNeutral Good

Mary Jane Watson’s Possessions .45 Derringer

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