SOMBRA (Olivia Colomar)
Super-Hacker, Bad Girl, Manipulator
Latina, Big Butt, Bad Girl
Talon, Los Muertos (gang)
PL 10 (178)
Acrobatics 8 (+13)
Athletics 12 (+13)
Deception 8 (+11)
Expertise (Computers) 12 (+16)
Insight 5 (+8)
Intimidation 2 (+5)
Investigation 10 (+13)
Perception 9 (+12)
Ranged Combat (Machine Pistol) 1 (+11)
Sleight of Hand 5 (+12)
Stealth 8 (+13)
Technology 6 (+10)
Benefit (Cipher), Daze (Deception), Equipment 4 (Machine Pistol, Translocator), Evasion, Hide in Plain Sight, Improved Initiative 2, Power Attack, Ranged Attack 3, Uncanny Dodge, Well-Informed
"Cybernetics In Spine" Communication 1 (Technology) 
"Opportunist" Senses 3 (Detect Injured Enemies- Ranged, Accurate) 
"Hack" (Flaws: Removable) 
"Hacks Foes" Affliction 10 (Toughness; Impaired/Disabled/Transformed to Powerless) (Extras: Ranged, Cumulative) (30) -- (34 points)
- AE: "Hacks First Aid Kits" Affliction 10 (Tech Skill of Creator; Impaired/Disabled/Controlled) (Extras: Affects Objects Only +0, Cumulative) (Flaws: Limited to Machines) (10)
- AE: "Translocator" Teleport 2 (Extras: Accurate) (Flaws: Limited to Translocator's Location) (4)
- AE: "Thermocoptic Camo" Concealment (Visuals) 2 (Flaws: Limited to When Not Attacking or Being Struck) Linked to Speed 2 (8 mph) (4)
- AE: "EMP" Affliction 10 (Toughness; Impaired/Disabled/Transformed to Powerless) (Extras: Area- 30ft. Burst, Selective, Cumulative) (Flaws: Unreliable- 5/day) (30)
"Machine Pistol" Blast 5 (Extras: Multiattack) (15)
Unarmed +10 (+1 Damage, DC 16)
Hack +10 (+10 Ranged Affliction, DC 20)
EMP +10 Area (+10 Affliction, DC 20)
Machine Pistol +11 (+5 Ranged Damage, DC 20)
Dodge +13 (DC 23), Parry +11 (DC 21), Toughness +3, Fortitude +5, Will +6
Power Loss (Ammo)- All ammunition has the potential to run out, and must be recharged.
Motivation (Greed & Power)- Sombra knows that above all, knowledge is power.
Motivation (Solving Mysteries & Surpassing Locks)- This is an addictive behavior for her.
Enemy (Katya Volskaya)- Sombra is blackmailing Katya in order to have a powerful "friend". As Katya is the most powerful woman in Russia, this can have some negative repurcussions.
Secret (Identity)- Sombra once discovered a global conspiracy- unfortunately, it had also seen her. She was forced to erase her identity and take on the name of "Sombra" instead. Powerful enemies are still out looking for her.
Power Loss (Hacking)- Sombra cannot hack certain movement abilities, like the Wall Runs of some characters, or Pharah's Hover. It cannot interrupt certain active powers once they start, nor affect Symmetra's constructs.
Abilities: 70 / Skills: 86--43 / Advantages: 16 / Powers: 35 / Defenses: 14 (178)
-Sombra is the very first New Character introduced to Overwatch
after its successful launch. Fans were excited to see a newbie, but a bit taken aback when she looked SO similar to the Brazilian Laura Matsuda from the Street Fighter
franchise- the skin tones are very similar, and the "half-shaved, half-long" hair really made Sombra appear to be a knock-off. Sombra, however, is much more "pink", with the short part of her hair being very bright. The character moved from a "Female Ninja" to a Mexican stealth assassin ("Sombra" means "Shadow" in Spanish), to a less-boring, more cyberpunky "Agile Hacker" who messes with people by touch.
-Sombra is a hacker, which, in a High-Tech world like Overwatch
's, is a very powerful thing indeed. An obsessive troublemaker, safe-cracker and mystery-solver, she's ideal for the job, and her lack of morals makes her highly dangerous. In a six-minute video, Sombra purposefully buggers a mission alongside Reaper & Widowmaker, solely so that she can blackmail Katya Volskaya ("the most POWERFUL woman in Russia- I've always WANTED a friend like that!") into doing the occasional favor for her. Orphaned years ago in Mexico following the Omnic Crisis, she's had to make her own way, and rarely made friends- only pawns. After a powerful global conspiracy discovered her (immediately after she had discovered it), she had to erase her identity and become a more-secretive hacker, thus bringing her into business with Talon. She appears more as a shit-disturber than a REALLY evil villain, though- appearing to have fun with her work. The potential of her past being discovered is apparently quite scary for her, however- she is NOT impressed that Zarya apparently knows her real name.
-Sombra is believed to be a "collective" of hackers, not just one. However, Mrs. Volskaya had sent Zarya after her, aiming to eliminate her "friend" as a threat, and revealed that she knew Sombra's real name. Zarya defeated Sombra, but was forced to abandon the base with her ally (but not before Sombra revealed Katya's secrets to her).
-Sombra is a speedy, "infiltrator" type of character, able to go invisible and sneak behind enemy lines and "Hack" them (for balance reasons, she becomes visible when doing so). "Hacking" in Overwatch
terms is shutting off their powers for six seconds- an eternity in an FPS game. In M&M terms you have to kejigger it to make it more of a standard Affliction- I didn't want to have a "time limit" on how long it worked for- Affliction is tricky enough to get to work without a time issue as well. I couldn't go with Fortitude for the save, as it also works on Omnics, and I figured I'd make it 8 ranks and Cumulative, as opposed to what it is in the game. Really, in the game itself, it ALWAYS works- M&M has no mechanic for "Always Works", nor should it. She can Hack First Aid Kits, which I used as a general "Affect Technology" thing (in a Video Short, she Hacks a Mech in order to force it to grab her and stop her fall).
-Sombra can either Hack at range- her standard ability- or hit her "Ultimate"- a wide-range EMP Burst that will take out the powers of anyone in range. This is, naturally, QUITE devastasting to many characters, particularly the defensive Tanks or the Healers, and makes Sombra a great "assist" character. Just don't use her as a frontline fighter- she doesn't have the hitting power or the health for it. Her "Translocator" lets her jump to a nearby location quickly- wherever she tosses her little Translocator device. Like most powers in Overwatch
, it doesn't last long or go far.
Comic Book-izing Sombra: Her "Hack" power would actually be a fun thing for a comic book villain- I can imagine her being much the same way. The "Translocator" would probably have much more range on it, though.