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• Basic Information •Name: Enrico Pucci
• Appearance Information •Pucci is a dark-skinned man of above average height with a slim but fit build.
Pucci has very short white hair arranged in a peculiar manner; strands of hair join to his eyebrows, forming a five-pointed star on his forehead and his right sideburn join with it. His hair possesses three shaved lines going from his left temple to the base of his skull. Three dreadlocks thread through the holes of his collar.
Pucci's irises are a solid color incomplete disk, missing a circular section either on the left or the right side.
Pucci wore a slim, black gown, in the style of a priest's vestment. A gold cross is printed on top, spanning his chest and running his length, with two golden double crosses at the wrists of his sleeves. The gown was accompanied with an $800 pair of pants and some loafers. He also wore a belt over his gown.
Following the League of Villains’ attack on Hollywood BLVD, Pucci replaced his gown with a satin turtleneck that splits to either side and around at just above the waist underneath a colored dark-blue coat. He wears the segmented D4C beneath his clothing, and a metal golden crucifix around his neck.
Weight: 213 lbs
Eye Color: Brown
• Historical Information •Place of Birth: America
Ethnicity or Nationality: Italian-American/African-American
Pucci was born with a disfigured left foot, though this apparently did not hinder his ability to walk. Having descended from an influential Italian family, he grew up with a wealthy upbringing and was well-liked by everyone. Raised as a Roman Catholic, he was already on the path of priesthood at the age of fifteen, an action allowed by his parents due to his family's religious history. As a result, Pucci neglected the awakening of his Quirk, finding that his faith in God was more important. One day while sweeping the floors, he stumbled upon 's feet underneath a table. Curious, he conversed with DIO, and though he was alarmed when DIO grasped his twisted foot, he didn't think it was anything special. It wasn't until Pucci removed his shoe that he noticed his foot had been healed.
Around the same time, a woman, in tears, came to the confessional booth, pleading to be heard. Choosing to listen in the absent priest's place, he heard how this woman had switched her with another family's . When he asked what the family name was, he was shocked to discover it was Pucci. Not long afterward, his sister, , fell in love with a part-time worker named . The man his sister was dating was actually his thought-to-be-dead twin brother. Despite his discovery, Pucci is unable to tell anyone due to his priestly obligation to preserve the privacy of confessions.
In order to protect his sister from knowing of the incest, Pucci secretly hired a P.I. group to force Wes and Perla to break up. However, he was unaware that the P.I. group held the beliefs of the , who discovered that Wes' presumed father was an African American and proceeded to lynch Wes. Wes was shot and hung from a noose over a cliff while Perla was beaten. The morning afterward, Pucci discovered Perla's corpse from her suicide and cradled her body in sadness. Distraught over his sister's death, Pucci withdrew deeper into his faith, and became a religious fanatic.
Eventually, Pucci traveled overseas and spent a year with DIO, enamored with him since the day that he had healed his foot. It was during this time that Pucci discovered DIO was also a Quirk user. Hearing DIO's thoughts on the world and his own goal to "achieve Heaven," Pucci's fanaticism escalated to the point that he began to view the presence of Quirks as the start of mankind's withdrawal from God. He affirmed his life goal of forcing humanity to look towards Heaven once more. Hearing of DIO's eventual demise, Pucci set back to America and became a priest, an action that was ultimately his first step in his plan to achieve Heaven.
Pucci initially struggled with his newfound duties, particularly daunted at the prospect of taking even a sinner’s life. The
priest found solace by focusing on the greater good of purging the world of sinners, and plunged himself into the underworld. Pucci eventually found himself associated with a mysterious doctor known as Vegapunk and adopted a career as the priest stationed at Green Dolphin Street Prison. Pucci used his new position to kidnap and traffic Quirk users assigned to death row to Vegapunk for experimentation. This arrangement, however, soon proved itself a dead end.
Frustrated by his lack of progress, Pucci decided to venture deeper into the criminal underworld. He initially carried out a crude plan to simply kill criminals during street fights in the lawless Fisherman’s Wharf, and eventually found himself in a short-lived alliance with the demonic criminal known as Minerva.
Pucci’s frustrations reached a boiling point during the League of Villains’ attack on Hollywood Boulevard. Shot and arrested following a short bout of dominance on the League, Pucci became acquainted with the hero Artillery and discovered she was once a follower of DIO. Artillery freed Pucci with the intent of observing his methods, but found them reprehensible. The two parted ways amidst the chaos, the hero shaken by Pucci’s revelations of DIO’s apparent cruelty.
• Status Information
• Quirk Section •Quirk: Thunderbolt
Quirk Type: Mutant(Manipulative)
Quirk Description: The user possesses a mutation that spurs the formation of a unique type of blood cell that produces and harnesses bioelectrical energy. The user is capable of releasing this electricity from the body to form attacks, defend, or offer supplementary/supportive usages.
• Attribute Section •Total Attribute Points: 15/15
Total Attribute Points Spent: 15/15
• Trait Section •
Total Trait Points Spent: 32
Persona(s): Lunatic and Intuitive
☼ STANDARD DECK ☼
Total Battle Cards: 10
3 Attack Cards | 3 Block Cards | 3 Dodge Cards | 3 Support Cards