An elite AIM agent with cybernetic powers
Norbert Ebersol is a skinny bald man with a sinister-looking goatee. He isn’t particularly physically imposing out of his costume. His usual outfit is a red-and-black bodysuit topped with clunky-looking technological armor and a heavy-seeming backpack full of mechanical and electronic gear. One of his arms is either cybernetic or sheathed in robotic armor, and he wears a digital scanner over one eye.
Norbert Ebersol was a child prodigy with such great mechanical aptitude that he took apart and repaired an alarm clock at age 3. By 10, he had built a small electric automobile; by 13, a relatively complex robotic arm—both from readily available spare parts.
Dropping out of high school due to lack of interest, Ebersol was fired from a number of jobs because of his air of superiority and unorthodox approach to simple tasks. Seeking a challenge, he turned to the planning and execution of technologically assisted crimes. He found that such activities not only stimulated his intellect, but provided him with new raw materials to create even more advanced technological devices. From there, it was only a brief jump to become a permanent member of Advanced Idea Mechanics, an international criminal group based around science and technology.
Fixer has a mental link with a backpack full of versatile tools and cybernetic gear he calls the Tech-Pack as well as a slew of advanced combat weaponry. His usual weapon is an electrical pistol that can paralyze organic targets and shut down technological gear, such as power armor. He often uses his Tech-Pack to reconfigure useful gear on the fly.