Origin: Transformed
Real Name: Drake Carruthers
First Appearance: Eidolons! Comics #13 [Sigil Publications January 2013]


Prowess 4 {Fair}
Coordination 6 {Great}
Strength 6 {Great}
Intellect 3 {Average}
Awareness 5 {Good}
Willpower 4 {Fair}

Stamina 10
Determination 1


Acrobatics Expert


Servant ["Commotions"] 10 {Supreme}
      Sensory Link


Prowess 4 {Fair}
Coordination 6 {Great}
Strength 4 {Fair}
      Claws 2 {Poor}
      Damage Resistance 6 {Great}
      Super-Speed 2 {Poor}
Additional Servants 16


. "If we get together we'll be causing a commotion!" 
. Motivation: Have fun and help his friend while trying to regain his former life.
. Monstrous appearance. 

Points: 68


Drake Carruthers was Tristan Osiris (Nemesis) best friend. Or rather say, he's still Tristan's best friend. And he happened to be in Tristan's house when The One arrived. Bathed by the same interdimensional energies which granted his friend with amazing powers, Drake developed powers of his own. Unfortunately, he also got an unwelcome physical transformation: his body is now fully covered in white fur and his eyes are completely yellow, with no discernible pupils or irises. Fangs protrude from his lips, adding a bestial semblance to his former handsome face.

Along with his physical transformation, his coordination, reaction time, agility and strength was augmented tenfold. More importantly, he can now create miniature/childlike duplicates of himself capable of independent thought, feeling, and action, although they are telepathically linked and remain in existence for as long as he wills them to; his phenomenal physical attributes of strength, stamina, agility, coordination are also shared by his "Commotions", as he calls them. They also have nails which are actual short, hardened retractable razor sharp claws, very similar to a cat's. The maximum number of "Commotions" (as Bedlam call them) have been seventeen at one given time.

Still struggling with his awkward appearance, Bedlam, as Drake calls himself now, embarked on several adventures, almost always helping his friend Tristan.

To create Bedlam, I had to ask for help of Steve Kenson, who kindly replied to my inquiries about Servant power. Character created according to rules presented in ICONS Great Power book.


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