Peter Pan

A boy who has wonderful adventures and never grows up



Origin: Peter’s parents lost him when he was a baby, and he was rescued by a fairy. The fairy in question, Tinkerbell, took him to Neverland, where Peter would never grow up.

  • Tinkerbell
  • The Boy Who Never Grows Up

Tribulation: Peter loved Neverland, and explored its every corner. He gathered other Lost Boys, and fought with indians and pirates. He always kept his spirit, though the pirates began driving all others out of Neverland.

  • Think Happy Thoughts
  • Pan’s Sword

Legend: With the aid of the Darling children, recruited from London, Peter drove the pirates out of Neverland, finally defeating Captain James Hook in an epic sword duel.

  • Second Star to the Right and Straight on ’til Morning
  • Neverland Champion

Mistress Victory’s attitude and skill prove that parents aren’t everything, and that you can still have fun when you’re doing the right thing.

  • Good Form
  • “Have at thee!”

Now aligned with the Society, Peter flies with them on grand adventures, returning to Neverland in between missions to check on Tiger Lily and the Lost Boys.

  • An Awfully Big Adventure
  • My Shadow Sticks


Superb Athletics
Great Resolve Weapons
Good Alertness Empathy Rapport
Endurance Leadership Stealth Survival
Burglary Fists Intimidation Investigation Might


Weapon of Destiny (Pan’s Sword, Craftsmanship and Rugged)
Endless Summer (Marathon Training)
Track the Soul
Tinkerbell (Contact; Sidekick and Aide; Keeping Up, Independent, and Scope advances)


Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust: Peter can use Athletics to fly as long as he has Tinkerbell and can think happy thoughts.
Goodbye Means Going Away, Going Away Means Forgetting: Peter’s childlike mind will all too often forget things that have happened to him, the good and the bad.


Peter Pan

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