After yesterday's character, I should probably move on from ersatz versions of well-known heroes. Today's is a little too good...and close to the archetype...to pass up, though.
Ten years ago, George Davis's brother was stabbed to death for a diamond he possessed. This senseless act of violence motivated George to take on a persona that would be the bane of criminals everywhere...
And so, we have a dark-clad hero, driven by revenge and operating at the peak of human physical condition...the Black Lion!
Like the Arrow, I don't imagine the Black Lion hails from Dogwood City. He's from a bigger town, probably in the northeast, that's riddled with crime and corruption. How about...Empire City. You can find out more about him in his Public Domain Super Heroes wiki entry and his first appearance in Wonderworld Comics #21. (Please see the GRIND if my rules notations need better explanation.)
The Black Lion
Real name: George Davis
9 Hero Dice
Lion-arang (ranged) +9 (1D damage)
2 fists (melee) +9 (1D damage)
Whenever the Black Lion hits with either his fist or a lion-arang, the defending character must make a successful saving throw or drop his or her weapon.
The Black Lion is always prepared. A player may propose a reasonable (at the referee's discretion) tool that the Black Lion might use to deal with a specific situation encountered. With a successful saving throw, the Black Lion has that tool with him. It probably has "lion" somewhere in its name.