Fate Points: 10
Refresh Rate: 10
Mild Consequence
Moderate Consequence
Severe Consequence


(Superb(+5) Pilot
(Great(+4) Rapport Guns
(Good(+3) Engineering Deceit Gambling
(Fair(+2) Weapons Resources Fists Contacting
(Average(+1) Leadership Alertness Endurance Intimidation Resolve


  • Flying Ace(Pilot)
    • Use Pilot for attacking, rather than guns.
  • Personal Plane(Pilot)
    • When flying his plane, Blake Jackson gets a +1 on rolls involving it. Additionally, once a session, he can spend a fate point to say that he added some special gadget to it, within reason.
  • Prototype Plane(Pilot)
    • Remember the 'within reason' part of the last stunt? FUCK THAT. In addition, you have three extra gadgets that are preset before the session.
  • One Shot Left(Guns)
    • At any time, Blake Jackson can declare that this next shot is his last shot. No extra ammo, no holdout guns, no more ammo unless he takes an action to get more, which might not always be possible. He can make a single gun roll at +3.
  • Five Minute Friend(Rapport)
    • For a fate point, Blake Jackson can make a friend anywhere with 5 minutes of conversation.
Prototype Plane: X-51 (Plane) Speed: Fair Stress Cap: 3
Scene Gadget: 1/scene, 1 Fate Point
Fixed Gadget 1: Uses Weird Science
Fixed Gadget 2: Speculative Science
Fixed Gadget 3: Armed


  • Childhood
    • Lucky Coat
    • Dead Aim
  • Great War
    • Cocky
    • "Come on baby, hold together"
  • Pulp Novel
    • Bourbon-swilling Drunk
    • Flew through a storm
  • Guest Star
    • "He'll be here."
    • Shipment en route
  • Guest Star
    • Smooth Landing
    • "Trust is a tough thing to come by these days."


Phase One (childhood (1900-1914))

Events: Born and raised in Oregon, Blake learned to love the open sky at an early age. His father was a farmer and his mother was a school teacher. Dad taught him to shoot, and his mom gave him a leather bomber jacket that saved his life when he almost got bitten by a snake.

First Aspect: Lucky Coat
Second Aspect: Dead Aim

Phase Two (The Great War (1914-1918) and Entry into the Club)

Your Patron in the Century Club:
Events: Blake wanted to join the military as soon as the war started, but since the US wasn't flying over in Europe, he had to turn to other avenues. He joined up with the American Volunteers flying with the French, and shot down 4 enemy planes on his first flight out, one short of what he need to be an Ace. Later that day, he took his plane back out alone and got his last kill. He made it a habit after every mission to go out again if he hadn't scored at least 5 kills.

First Aspect: "Come on baby, hold together" - Custom plane
Second Aspect: Cocky

Phase Three (Your Novel!)

Title of your Novel: Blake Jackson and the Sky Pirates of Germany!!
Guest Stars: The Morcant twins, The Good Professor George Grant
Events: In the skies over Germany, a pirate zeppelin has just stolen the entire vault of the German National Bank in a daring raid. Little do they know that in addition to gold, the vault contains a deadly weather controlling machine, and when it is accidentally set off during the celebration, Blake Jackson may be the only man capable of keeping all of northern Germany from becoming a flooded, lightning scarred wasteland. On his first attack against the pirate zeppelin, Blake is nearly shot from the sky by lightning! But with a little help from his friends Katherine and Theresa Morcant, who use strange and unheard of sciences to coat his plane in a non conductive armor plating, he is able to fly his way onto the zeppelin. After a pitched battle in the cockpit with the pirate captain, Blake saves the day! Suddenly, the weather machine goes haywire, causing torrential floods and threatening to destroy the zeppelin! At the last minute, from far off India, Professor Grant wires Blake the info he needs to disable the machine and save the day.

First Aspect: Bourbon-swilling Drunk
Second Aspect: Flew through a storm

Phase Four (Other Adventures)

Guest Star In…: The Morcant Twins vs. the Ferrous Freaks from Finland
Events: An army of metal men pour out of the North and threaten to destroy London! As the metal army marches on London, Blake Jackson arrives just in time with a shipment of scientific equipment the twins need to stop them! Frantically, Firo attempts to hold off the invading freaks while the wily twins work out a solution! Without being distracted by the robots and with the shipment of parts, they were able to build the Double-Reverse Gravimotron to overload the Robot army's Processors.

First Aspect: "He'll be here"
Second Aspect: Shipment on Route.

Phase Five (Other Adventures)

Guest Star In…: Everett Mann vs… the Man With No Name?!
Events: Everett Mann is said to have no true name, for he has dozens of identities and hundreds of false faces. But when his own plots begin to work against him, has the Man With No Name found himself in a web even he can't weave his way out of? Danger awaits at every turn as Everett hunts for the culprit—but could he be the one responsible? Faced with a mysterious enemy who can see through his masks and stays one step ahead, the Man With No Name has to fool even himself to lead his nemesis into a trap! When a mysterious stranger hires Blake to fly an experimental plane out into the desert, Blake goes along at first. But he soon realizes that things aren’t what they seem, and has to steal the prototype from his employer and deliver into the right hands: Everett Mann’s …but does he have the right Everett? Firo returns the favour he owes Mann, revealing the true puppeteer behind this plot, and fights side by side with Everett in the final showdown!

First Aspect: Smooth Landing
Second Aspect: "Trust is a tough thing to come by these days"

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