Plasma Star

Plasma Star

Real Name: Chet Richman
Sex: Male
Weight: 195 lbs
Height: 6’1″

F) Good 10
A) Excellent 20
S) Excellent 20
E) Good  10
R) Remarkable 30
I) Good 10
P) Incredible 40

Health: 54
Karma: 80
Resources: Excellent 20
Pop: 0

Known Powers:

  • Mental Powers – PsyScreen (Amazing 50)
  • Matter Control – Water Control (Feeble 2)
  • Energy Control – Light Manipulation (Excellent 20)
  • Ranged Attack – Projectiles (Remarkable 30)


  • Business
  • Computers
  • Law
  • Electronics


None of yet.


Chet Richman, the Director of Project Velocity at Soft Core Goods, has an interesting reputation. Some might say that he’s a rising star within the company, but others might argue that he’s more of a “do nothing middle manager” who pretends to work. Regardless of what people think, one thing is for sure: Chet has a secret identity that’s far more exciting than his day job.

When Chet transforms into his superhero persona, Plasma Star, he becomes a completely different person. He’s loud, outgoing, and always eager to be in the spotlight. He’s not necessarily the leader of his team, but he’s certainly the face of the group. He loves to take selfies as a superhero and post them on Instagram to show off his heroic exploits.

But Plasma Star isn’t all talk and no action. He has a powerful set of abilities that make him a formidable superhero. His power of light manipulation allows him to control light in all its forms, making him a versatile and agile fighter. He can also project small bolts of plasma from his hands, which pack a serious punch.

Despite his flashy personality, Plasma Star takes his role as a superhero seriously. He’s always on the lookout for ways to make a positive impact on the world, whether it’s by stopping bank robbers or saving people from burning buildings. And he’s certainly a valuable asset, using his powers and charisma to help his fellow superheroes succeed.

But Chet’s dual identity isn’t without its challenges. He struggles to balance his duties as a director and a superhero, often finding himself torn between two worlds. He also worries about the potential consequences of his secret identity being revealed, as it could put both his job and his superhero career in jeopardy.

Despite these challenges, Chet remains committed to his role as Plasma Star. He knows that being a superhero is more than just a fun hobby—it’s a responsibility to use his powers for good and make a positive impact on the world. And as he continues to navigate the complexities of his dual identity, he’ll learn that sometimes, being a hero means making sacrifices and putting others before yourself.