Real name: Shayera Hol Other known aliases: Sharon Hall Occupation: Hero and detective. Current group affiliation: Justice League. Past group affiliations: Major enemies: First appearance: Secret Origins Part 1 Origin: Description: Shayera is an attractive Thanagarian woman with red hair.
25 STR 15
23 DEX 39
20 CON 20
13 BODY 6
18 INT 8
18 EGO 16
20 PRE 10
18 COM 4
10 PD 5
9 ED 5
4 SPD 7
9 REC 0
40 END 0
36 STUN 0
Characteristics Cost: 135
Powers and Skills
6 +2 Enhanced PER,with all senses
24 12" Flight,x4 Non-Combat,Restrainable(-1/2),1/2 END(+1/4) 1
10 2D6 Luck
12 16 Mental Defense
6 +4 Telescopic Sense,Sight Group
3 Acrobatics 14-
3 Criminology 13-
3 Federal Police Powers
1 License for Profession
5 Lang: English,native accent,literacy
0 Lang: Thanagar,native
3 Persuasion 13-
3 PS: Detective 13-,(INT based)
3 Streetwise 13-
1 TF,Small Spaceships
2 WF,Common Melee
8 4/4 Armor,"Protective costume.",OIF(-1/2)
15 2D6 HKA,"Mace",vs physical defense,OAF(-1) 3
2 Radio XMIT/REC,"League communicator.",OAF(-1)
Powers Cost: 110
Base Points: 100
15 DNPC,"Innocents in danger.",normal,appear 11-
10 Distinctive,"Wings",easily concealable,major
20 Hunted,"by various villains.",as powerful,non-combat
15 Psych Lim,"In love with Jon Stewart.",common,strong
15 Psych Lim,"Curious and analytical.",very common,moderate
15 Psych Lim,"Woman of action.",common,strong
15 Psych Lim,"Code vs. killing.",common,strong
15 Rep,"High flying heroine.",occur 14-
5 Rivalry,"with other heroines.",professional
15 Secret ID,"Sharon Hall"
5 Watched,"by the U.S. government.",as powerful,non-combat
Disadvantages Total: 145
Experience Spent: 0
Total Points: 245
Explanation of the conversion: I might take the time to expand her mace into a weapon multipower.
History: Shayera Hol was a military officer on her native planet of Tanagar. She was sent to Earth as an advanced
scout for her military to judge their military abilities.
Upon arrivial she made up a cover story that she was an undercover detective on her native planet of Thanagar. She claimed
pursuing some criminals who were trafficking in forbidden technology, she was zapped by a dimensional transport beam. Her
molecular structure was ripped apart and sent halfway across the galaxy. When she awoke, she found herself on an uncharted
planet called Earth. Using her survival training, she adopted a human identity and learned to blend in with the native
Shayera developed a strong bond with the people of Earth. As
Hawkgirl, she uses her Thanagarian powers to serve and protect her adopted home.
As a trained detective she has phenomenal powers of observation, deeply impressive to Batman. A great team player, the
others consider Hawkgirl one of the guys, making it easy to forget that she comes from another world. Despite her pleasant
and unassuming personality, she is a fierce combatant. She can strike with a sudden ferocity surprising to her closest
When aliens who had taken over Mars attempted to invade Earth, Hawkgirl was among the heroes telepathically contacted by
the Jhon Jhones to stop them. Afterwards she was a founding member of the Justice League.
After the Thanagarian military attempted to invade Earth in as a staging ground in their war Shayera betrayed the
Justice League. When she learned they Thanagarians were going to destroy the Earth, she changed loyalities again,
unable to let Earth be destroyed.
After defeating the Thanagarian invasion, she left the Justice League (Starscrossed).
She stayed at the tower of Doctor Fate for some time, but after she assisted the League in defeating Solomon Grundy
Trivia: In the Batman Beyond future, Hawkgirl and Green Lantern had a son, who became the Justice League
Powers: Hawkgirl has mild superhuman strength and agility as well as functioning feathered wings which allow her to
fly. Like all her race she is unusually resistant to mind reading.
Hawkgirl wears a protective costume and carries a charged mace into combat.
Links to other Hawkgirl pages:
Character created by DC Comics.
Champions rules conversion by Mathew R. Ignash - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Updated - November, 2005