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Warmaker in armor over a white background


Elvis Westbury


  • Real Name: Elvis Westbury
  • Marital Status: Single
  • Known Relatives: None
  • Group Affiliation: Former SOCOM member
  • Base Of Operations: Golden City
  • Height: 7’5” Weight: 360lbs
  • Eyes: Very dark blue Hair: Black

Powers and Abilities

Warmaker is a redoubtable brick, actually able to engage beings such as Grace or Titan in hand-to-hand combat. He’s also a weapons expert, a fearsome hand-to-hand combatant and a ruthless tactician.

His armor pieces (mostly the forearm and shoulder pieces) can somehow morph into a seemingly unlimited array of weapons such as mini-howitzers, gattling guns, missile launchers, etc. of considerable power. The metal seems somehow fluid when Warmaker morphes a weapon into existence.


At one time Warmaker was a super soldier for the US government, but he left them due to various differences, including a growing distaste for wetwork. The situation rapidly went south, and he single-handedly forced his way into the White House, holding the President and a tour group hostage. Grace teleported in and defeated him, and had no choice but to imprison him in her town, Golden City.

However, Grace had a plan, and allowed Warmaker to free himself (a fact known only to Madison). He rampaged in Golden City and fought the Agents of Change, a battle that saw the accidental death of Rhapsody. The people of Golden City had already a strong anti-Washington stance, and seeing their city damaged by the US Army’s trash gave Grace the last straw she needed to declare Golden City’s independence from the US.

Warmaker joined the Agents of Change after some discussion with Grace, and fought with them against the US invasion on Golden City. However, when Grace disappeared during a battle with the power-mad Titan, he decided that his deal with Grace was over and that he should leave Golden City, that had been plunged into turmoil due to Grace’s absence.

Madison convinced him of working along with the Agents to save Golden City, but when Law arrived and reported the death of Grace, he decided to leave Golden City and find her, convinced she wasn’t dead. Law sent a woman who could change her apparent age to seduce him, and he was discredited with a carefully orchestrated child abuse scandal. He joined Grace again when Law died.


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Arrogant, amoral, aggressive brick. He has a military mindset, but whereas Mecha is of the “duty first” school of military thought, Warmaker is more in the “it takes what it takes to reach the objectives” vein, and will not invest himself above and beyond orders.

He tends to be quite bullheaded (especially since he’s pretty much invulnerable, having demonstrated and ability to survive a FAE charge at close range).

In private, he’s a simple, rough guy who likes beer, pool and hanging around – at least, when he does not catch a sight of himself in the mirror and feels anger at what the Army turned him into. Although he hid it well, he admired Grace and was devastated when she was reported dead.


“Better learn to pay attention, little girl… attitude costs.”

“Weaponry back on line and fully functional. You ready to crawl and beg yet ?”

DC Universe History

Warmaker is a brutal, efficient and powerful military agent that can be used anywhere.


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Dex: 08 Str: 13 Bod: 15 Motivation: Mercenary
Int: 05 Wil: 06 Min: 04 Occupation: Renegade soldier
Inf: 05 Aur: 03 Spi: 05 Resources {or Wealth}: 008
Init: 020 HP: 050

Powers: Density increase: 01, Jumping: 05, Sealed systems: 05

Bonuses and Limitations: Density increase is Always On (-1) and already factored in.

Skills: Martial artist: 09, Military science: 05, Vehicles (land, sea): 04, Weaponry (firearms, exotics): 09

Advantages: Iron Nerves. When he became an Agent of Change add Credentials (Golden City, Medium)

Connections: Agents of Change (Low)

Drawbacks: Distinct Appearance

Equipment: WARMAKER ARMOUR [BODY 10, Projectile weapons: 12, Bonus : Can trade 1 AP of Projectile weapon for the Autofire or Scattershot Advantage ; can trade APs of Projectile weapons for APs of Area of Effect (Projectile weapons)]

By Sébastien Andrivet

Source of Character: Dark Horse’s CGW

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