|Real Name||Hiram Worchester|
|Wild Card Traits||Gravity manipulation|
|Place of Birth||Boston, USA|
|Citizenship||Citizen of the United States|
|Event Participant||1987 WHO Tour|
|Base of Operations||Aces High, New York City|
|Allies||Dr. Tachyon, Peregrine|
|First Appearance||Wild Cards|
|Creator||George R.R. Martin|
Hiram Worchester is a restaurateur ace with the ability to manipulate gravity.
Hiram Worchester attempted, at an early point in his career, to take the costumed hero approach to being an ace. He flew through the sky, lighter than air under the alias, "Fatman", although his secret identity was very quickly discovered, as there are few people in New York City as obese as Hiram Worchester.
Since giving up on costumed heroism, Hiram went back to his other passion in life, food. He opened up his world famous restaurant Aces High, located on the top of The Empire State building. Hiram delights in famous aces visiting his restaurant, and every September 14th Hiram opens his restaurant for a Wild Card Day Aces Only dinner to celebrate.
Wild Card Traits Edit
Hiram Worchester can see and manipulate gravity, changing the force of gravity on an object and making it either as light or as heavy as he wants. He constantly uses his power on himself, and so, even though he's obese, wears a constant 30 pounds.
Hiram has a small crutch to his ace. Though he knows it's all in his head, Hiram has to make a fist in order to use his power
Hiram is a portly man with a bald head and neatly trimmed beard. He is an impeccable dresser and makes public appearances in the finest of suits.
Generally a kind and friendly man, Hiram at his worst is usually only disapproving. He is very fond of aces and goes out of his way to meet new aces to his restaurant. He does have a rare capacity for rage when his staff or people he cares about are threatened, although will attempt to use his formidable power to restrain, rather than harm, an aggressor.
- Maintains an extensive coin collection.
- Although Hiram won't grant jokers the same level of privilege that he extends to aces, he is quite charitable when it comes to jokers and offers them aid discretely.