mmm.... short-haired hotty....
LADY JAYE (Alison R. Hart-Burnett)
Military Specialty: Counter-Intelligence, Personnel Clerk, Armament Repairs
Role: The Chick, Team Mom (in cartoon), Action Girl, Flirty Chick, Master of Disguise
Group Affiliations: G.I. Joe
PL 8 (131)
STRENGTH 1 STAMINA 3 AGILITY 4
FIGHTING 6 DEXTERITY 2
INTELLIGENCE 3 AWARENESS 3 PRESENCE 3
Acrobatics 2 (+6)
Athletics 4 (+5)
Close Combat (Unarmed) 3 (+9)
Deception 8 (+11, +13 Attractive)
Expertise (Soldier) 9 (+12)
Insight 4 (+7)
Intimidation 2 (+7)
Investigation 8 (+11)
Perception 8 (+11)
Persuasion 5 (+8, +10 Attractive)
Ranged Combat (Javelins) 2 (+12)
Stealth 4 (+8)
Technology 3 (+6)
Treatment 1 (+4)
Vehicles 5 (+7)
Attractive, Benefit (G.I. Joe Team), Equipment 5, Fast Grab, Improved Aim, Improved Critical 2 (Rifle, Javelin), Languages 2 (Several), Precise Attack (Ranged/Cover), Quick Draw, Ranged Attack 8, Set-Up, Skill Mastery (Deception), Teamwork, Ultimate Soldier Skill, Ultimate Deception
25 points' worth of Arsenal Equipment (usually uses Javelins)
"Javelin Toss" Strength-Damage +2 (Extras: Ranged 5) (Diminished Range -1) (6)
"Exploding Javelin" Blast 6 (Extras: Area- 15ft. Burst +1/2) (Diminished Range -1) (14)
"Net Javelin" Snare 4 (Diminished Range -1) (11)
Unarmed +12 (+2 Damage, DC 17)
Weapons +10 (+5-6 Ranged Damage, DC 20-21)
Javelins +12 (+3 Damage, DC 18)
Dodge +11 (DC 21), Parry +10 (DC 20), Toughness +3 (+4 Kevlar), Fortitude +6, Will +8
Responsibilty (G.I. Joe/The U.S. Government)
Relationship (Flint)- In every continuity, Lady Jaye & Flint are a pair. They're exceptionally flirty and goofy about it, with the Lady often teasing poor Flint, who's forced to get all jealous whenever he thinks she's paying too much attention to another guy.
Total: Abilities: 50 / Skills: 68--34 / Advantages: 28 / Powers: 0 / Defenses: 19 (131)
-Lady Jaye... this is odd. I remember not liking her on the original cartoon, and I thought Scarlett was way hotter. She's just more feminine (long hair, ponytail, skin-tight uniform, girlier weapon), and had red hair (which I was major into as a pre-pubescent kid for some reason). But looking at the cartoon NOW? Oh, my. Lady Jaye was SMOKING. Slightly-messy short hair, an Audio-Erotica-designed raspy voice, a flirty attitude with Flint (compared to Duke & Scarlett, who were basically like watching your grandparents flirt), and the army-regulation cleavage. The show's creators recognized this as well, as Lady Jaye surprisingly delivered just as much Fanservice as The Baroness (and keep in mind The Baroness once spent a whole episode in a bikini, and two others in giga-cleavage dresses) -- she was forced to hang over a pit while wearing a pink nightie, she wore skimpy dresses, she implied she had a dream where she sang... well it was like "that doesn't sound so bad." *cue sexiest voice ever* "I don't know, I wasn't exactly wearing military regulation *blush*". Lady Jaye was totally hot. 'Nuff said.
-Her best moment in the comics is when the Joes invade a refueling plane to take out some terrorists (they're planning on flying the plane into something... this was 1988, mind you). Their biggest threat is a suicide bomber with his finger on a release-trigger -- if he lets go of the trigger, it goes boom (and the plane is now in flight), so they can't just shoot him). The solution? Lady Jaye hits him with a taser, siezing up his muscles so he CAN'T release the trigger, and then blows the door off the plane with a satchel-charge, sending the poor bastard flying OUT THE DOOR, at which point his finger finally comes off the trigger in mid-air. G.I. Joe Special Missions was an awesome side-series that way.
-Otherwise, she wasn't in the comics much. And her original name was going to be "Lady Shae", and did have a "faint Gaelic lilt" to her speech, having studied in Ireland or something.
-Lady Jaye is sort of an Elite Joe, but a bit weaker (unlike Scarlett, she didn't kick a lot of melee ass, even in the comics) and packing different weapons- her famous Javelins. She's an elite Counter-Intelligence/Disguise artist, as the cartoon was FULL of instances where *whoosh!* the hair & false-face falls away, revealing LADY JAYE was secretly there the whole time (a similar thing occured with The Baroness & Zarana). Her Filecards showcase her Disguise powers- rather than using fakery and make-up (like her cartoon self), she was all about ACTING and playing the part like a method-actor would. Not that her comic self ever did this. In general, Lady Jaye's kinda like Scarlett, but lesser across the board, if not for Deception.