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Bow Sparrow

Bow Sparrow

F) Rm30
A) Ex20
S) Ex20
E) In40
R) Gd10
I) Ex20
P) Rm30

Health: 110 Karma: 60
Resources: Ty Pop: 10

Known Powers:

Bow: 3 arrows/round at 7 areas range.
Arrows: Bow has the following types of arrows that he uses in combat:
-Regular: Gd Edge
-Cable: 2 areas long, In material
-Explosive: Am damage to 1 area

Talents: Marksmanship, Martial Arts A, B, E, Leadership

Contacts: Rob O' The Hedge, Mercian Freedom Fighters


At some point in his life, Bow became a member of Rob o' the Hedge's Crazy Kritter Freedom Fighters, defending the Kingdom of Mercia from various threats. Before that he had been a woodsman loyal to his king and country, to the point that he became acting leader of the Freedom Fighters when Rob departed with his wife Mari-An and son Jon. Bow eventually came to fear that they had perished, but remained determined to continue the fight against the Eggman Empire, particularly the Mercia Dark Egg Legion. He met Mighty the Armadillo and Ray the Flying Squirrel when they came to Mercia looking for Mighty's long-lost sister, and Bow sorrowfully explained that the previous king had both punished Mighty's parents for their thievery and exiled Mighty after he attempted to free them. Though he offered his own life to make up for all that the Armadillo had suffered, Mighty was quick to forgive the past-while catching Bow in a crushing hug-and he and Ray even joined the Freedom Fighters in defending Deerwood Forest from the Legion's efforts to burn it down. After the battle, Bow encouraged the pair to take advantage of the distraction to invade Snottingham Castle so that they could use the Eggnet to discover the whereabouts of Mighty's sister.

When Vector the Crocodile, Espio the Chameleon, and Charmy Bee of the Chaotix came to Mercia looking for their missing teammates, Bow and his teammates came to their aid as they battled members of the Dark Egg Legion. After introducing themselves and explaining Rob's absence, the Freedom Fighters learned of the trio's purpose. Taking them back to their base in Hideaway, they explained-partly in speech, partly in song despite the efforts of Thorn the Lop to dissuade them-the events that had transpired when Mighty and Ray had arrived. Bow admitted that they had assumed that the pair had met with success in their mission, and feared that he'd let them become prisoners of Lord Hood, the Legion's Grandmaster. The two groups resolved to infiltrate the castle and free Hood's prisoners, an endeavor that the Freedom Fighters had been planning previously but lacked the manpower to accomplish. Together, they subdued a number of guards and entered through a secret passage, Bow using an arrow to provide a line that would allow most of the team to cross the moat. He then expressed his wishes that the rest of the mission would run smoothly, unaware that Lord Hood was already aware of their intrusion.