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Post by Sidious » Tue Aug 28, 2018 5:22 pm

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Carnage

F IN(40)
A IN(40)
S MN(75)
E AM(50)
R GD(10)
I RM(30)
P TY(6)

Health: 205
Karma: 46
Resources: TY(6)
Popularity: -30

BACKGROUND
Real Name: Cletus Kasady
Occupation: Mass Murderer, serial killer, criminal, former vigilante, psychiatric patient
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States with a criminal record
Identity: Public
Other Known Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Brooklyn, New York City, New York
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Unnamed grandmother (deceased); Roscoe Kasady (father, deceased); Louise Kasady (mother, deceased)
Base of Operations: Mobile; for-merly Ryker's Island, New York; Ravencroft Institute, New York; St. Estes Home for Boys, Brooklyn, New York City, New York
Past Group Affiliations: Formerly Astonishing Avengers, The Hive, partner of Shriek and Venom
Present Group Affiliation:

KNOWN POWERS:
Symbiote: All of Carnage's powers come from an alien symbiote that is psionically bound to Cletus. The symbiote is Venom's offspring, but it has different powers.
  • Costume Mimicry: It can change its shape and color at Kasady's desire, dressing him in any style necessary.
  • Independent Being: Characters adjacent to Carnage may try to target the symbiote at -4CS.
    • The costume has Remark-able (30) resistance to physical attacks.
    • It has 25 points of Health and recovers 6 points of Health every round it's injured.
    • If the symbiote goes below 0 Health, it becomes "un-conscious" for 1-10 hours.
    • The bond with Kasady is of Amazing (50) strength. Any damage taken to the bond is taken by Kasady, not the symbiote.
  • The alien symbiote provides Kasady with the following powers:
    • Webbing: The webbing used by Carnage is made of a renewable material generated by the symbiote. Carnage can fire Amazing (50) strength webbing that sticks to material with Incredible (40) strength. As long as the webbing is in contact with Carnage, he can manipulate it as if it were part of his body. Once separated from Carnage, the webbing dissolves in 5-50 minutes. The symbiote can provide enough webbing for an attack every third round. (While swinging, the webbing is reabsorbed, therefore providing an unlimited amount of webbing for traveling.) If the taxed beyond this limit, the costume takes Good (10) damage.
    • Claws: Carnage has claws that are Excellent (20) material strength and inflict up to Monstrous (75) edged damage.
    • Spider Sense Immunity: The symbiote cancels Spider-Man's Combat Sense completely. This allows Carnage to blindside Spider-Man as well as making Spider-Man -2CS on Dodge and Evade maneuvers.
    • Body Armor: Carnage's symbiote blunts damage to Kasady. It provides Typical (6) protection against blunt physical damage.
    • Object Creation: Carnage is able to form small objects from the symbiote's substance and use these as hurled weapons up to three areas away. The objects disintegrate after 1-6 rounds after being separated from Carnage. The damage is weapon-specific.
    • Elongation: Carnage can stretch his body at the Excellent (20) rank.
WEAKNESS: The symbiote is vulnerable to certain forms of attack. When attacked with sonics, it suffers +3CS of damage and when confronted with fire, it suffer + 1CS damage.

TALENTS: none

CONTACTS: none

HISTORY
Cletus Kasady had a troubled child-hood. He killed his grandmother by pushing her down a flight of stairs, and tortured his mother's dog, Fifi. Afterward, his father killed his mother, and received no defense from Kasady during his trial. As an orphan, Kasady was sent to the St. Estes Home for Boys, where his antisocial behavior made him the target of abuse from both the other orphans and the staff. Kasady gained revenge by murdering the disciplinarian administration, pushing a girl who refused a date with him in front of a bus and burning down the orphanage.

Homicidal maniac Cletus Kasady was serving eleven consecutive terms at Ryker's Island when an opportunity for early parole presented itself in the form of his new cell mate: Eddie Brock, human host to a symbiotic costume once worn by Peter Parker. Monster and man had merged to become the villainous Venom, but Brock was sepa-rated from the alien during a battle with the webslinger. While Brock waited for the symbiote to spring him from prison, Kasady entertained him with his homicidal phi-losophy on life: even the average person can commit murder, if only he has the courage. Brock was dis-gusted by Kasady's worldview and quickly developed an antagonistic relationship with his cellmate, brutally beating him on multiple occa-sions.

As anticipated, the Venom symbiote attempted to free Brock by inciting a destructive jailbreak. Unknown to its human host, the alien was pregnant and gave birth during the disastrous rescue. Left behind in the midst of the riot that ensued, the symbiote's spawn bonded with Kasady. Em-powered far beyond the levels of Spider-Man and Venom, he made good his escape - intent on using his new-found power to disseminate his lethal doctrine and as Carnage, his first victim Gunther Stein was chosen from a telephone book.

Embarking on a citywide killing spree, Carnage was confronted by Spider-Man. However, the wall-crawler's amazing arachnid-like abilities were insufficient to subdue the thrice-strong serial killer. Spider-Man was forced to enlist the aid of the Fantastic Four. He also sought the assistance of another, more dangerous ally: Venom, his hated foe. But the villain despised its off-spring even more, and agreed to help. Facing the combined might of Spider-Man, Venom and the Fantastic Four, Carnage was captured and imprisoned first at the Vault and then Ravencroft Institute.

Perhaps due in part to his insanity, Carnage's strength and abilities far exceed those of his predecessors, Venom and Spider-Man. Once, he even dispatched his symbiote through a phone line by reducing the alien to its cellular level. When an army of symbiotes invaded Earth, Carnage learned to feed on other aliens to increase his own mass. However formidable, almost all his bloodthirsty endeavors have culminated with his return to the Ravencroft Institute, where the search continues for a cure to his homicidal tendencies.

A doctor at the facility, hoping to find a "cure" for his madness, drew blood from Kasady -- unwittingly enabling Kasady to transform into Carnage -- who went on to recruit an army of psychopathic supervillains including Shriek, Demogoblin, Carrion, and Doppelganger to take over New York City. Using Shriek's "psychic channel" powers, he also drove ordinary New Yorkers to at-tack one another. Carnage and his "family" were ultimately driven back by Spider-Man, Venom and a number of other superheroes and anti-heroes, with Carnage and Shriek being remanded to Ravencroft.

Venom eventually reabsorbed the Carnage Symbiote into his own body. Without the Symbiote, Kasady attempted to re-assume the Carnage persona by costuming himself in red paint and continuing his killing sprees, claiming that he still possessed at least some of Carnage's strength and convinced that he only needed to kill Spider-Man and Venom to regain his Symbiote, but Spider-Man nevertheless easily defeated him in a fight. Kasady, however, eventually found another Symbiote who had been kept sealed in the Negative Zone, and bonded with it to form the second Carnage.

After a battle with Venom, Carnage, was about to give birth to another symbiote, he was threatened by its existence and attempted to destroy it. However, Venom wanted to raise and train the new symbiote as an ally and partner. Weakened by the actual birthing, Carnage was unable to kill the newborn, supplanting it in Patrick Mulligan, a New York City cop. Venom named the new symbiote Toxin, after himself. Fearing that Toxin would grow to become some-one like Spider-Man, Venom made a temporary alliance with Carnage to kill his "grandson", but in the end they were defeated by the combined efforts of Spider-Man, Toxin and Black Cat.

Carnage met his fate when the Sen-try ripped Carnage in half and flung him into low Earth orbit. According to Iron Man's computer, Kasady may not have been inside the symbiote when the Sentry ripped it apart.

However, it was later discovered that Kasady was in fact within the symbiote when the incident occurred, but both survived it because the symbiote put them into a dormant state. Orbiting Earth, Carnage's body crashed into a satellite and was found by Michael Hall, the satellite's owner and a competitor of Tony Stark, who then proceeded to retrieve it from space. Hall then separated Kasady from the symbiote and, using its proper-ties, created prosthetic limbs and exosuits which responded in the same ways as a symbiote.

Dr. Tanis Nieves was outfitted with one of these prosthetic arms after she was caught in an attack by Doppelganger.

When near the red symbiote, her arm went wild and forced her to kill several scientists before she was forcefully bonded to it, becoming the new Carnage. After the symbiote used Tanis to break into a Hall Corporation facility, it left her behind and re-bonded with Kasady, who was kept locked there after his body was repaired using Hall's prosthetic.

Carnage battled Iron Man and Spider-Man, discovering that his symbiote had developed the ability to produce and control offshoots of itself as a result of Hall's experimentation. Using this power, Carnage killed and assimilated the "symbiotes" of Hall's super-guards to be-come "Mass Carnage". Meanwhile, Nieves' prosthesis was revealed to be a new spawn of Carnage, which turned her into a new symbiote called Scorn. Scorn forced Shriek to use her sonic attack on Mass Car-nage, who was revealed to be a construct made of Hall's super-guards, the real Carnage having escaped with Doppelganger.

Directed by his symbiote, Cletus arrived in Doverton, Colorado and took over their population by con-trolling them with offshoots of his symbiote, proclaiming this city the new capital of a new symbiote sovereign state. Part of the Avengers, along with the Thing, arrived to stop him, but were possessed by the symbiote's copies, letting Spider-Man the only hero standing. Spidey managed to get out from there with the help of the resistance of non-infected citizens.

When the Mercury Team, along with Scorn, attacked the zone in search of Carnage, Spider-Man and the resistance appeared to help them. Venom appeared just in time to save Spider-Man's life from Cletus, but when Scorn used a sonic weapon to sever the bond between Cletus and Carnage, she also affected Venom.

Leaving Cletus against an invalid Flash Thompson, the two rogue symbiotes started fighting using animals. The Avengers and Scorn managed to weak Carnage's and destroy Cletus's cybernetic legs using a sonic weapon, while a gorilla with Venom's took it back to Flash; when both of them were fighting. The Carnage symbiote was captured by Scorn, while Cletus was taken into custody in a Quinjet.

Cletus was put into custody in the Thunderbolts Mountain and his symbiote was seemingly destroyed. He was contacted by beings of the Microverse, who managed to see inside his mind and offer him a treat; they would give him the Microverse to get a whole new uni-verse to kill in exchange for his services. The symbiote regenerated due to having integrated itself into him at a cellular level, letting him become Carnage once more. Escaping, Carnage traveled to the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Texas and used a new technology to escape to the Microverse, even after Scarlet Spider tried to stop him.

He betrayed his allies, who wanted to bring him to their master, Marquis Radu, in order to create a symbiotic army; and killed most of them while Venom and Scarlet Spider followed him to the Microverse. After dealing with the Scarlet Spider, Carnage was taken prisoner along with Venom, who was captured along his allies, the Enigma Force, by Marquis Radu's army.

The symbiotes of Venom and Carnage were replicated and hybridized to create the powerful army which would destroy the Microverse. Cletus managed to take control over the symbiotic army and used it to escape to the regular uni-verse, where he was finally defeat-ed by the combined efforts of Venom and Scarlet Spider, who used a special weapon given to them by the Enigma Force. After being stung by the Scarlet Spider, Cletus cured his wounds, but was left in a catatonic state, meaning that the symbiote was now in full control of his body, although it was put into custody once more and sedated.

Carnage was freed from imprisonment by The Wizard, who, still thinking Cletus was in control of the symbiote, wanted to make him part of his newest Frightful Four. How-ever, Carnage was unaffected by The Wizard's powers and attacked him. Before Carnage was able to finish him off, Klaw was able to stop Carnage and save The Wizard.

After realizing that Carnage could not be affected by his powers, and could not be separated from his host by traditional means since the Symbiote was embedded in Cletus' blood, The Wizard began transfer-ring Carnage to a new host by transfusing Cletus' blood into Karl Malus. Later, The Wizard blew up his secret base, with Kasady still inside, apparently killed.

However, Cletus survived the explosion, with some major skin burns, and was recovered by Superior Spider-Man's Spiderlings. When the Carnage symbiote bonded to The Wizard, Otto decided he could use the symbiote's preference for Cletus in order to make it abandon The Wizard, by taking Kasady to the scene, and contain the alien before it could merge with its original host.

When the mission failed, and Cletus became Carnage once more as the Spiderlings failed to contain the symbiote. Carnage rampaged through the scene until Klaw, whose sonic body had been dispersed, managed to redirect lightning to Carnage and separate him from Kasady. Both beings were taken separately to custody. Unknown to Spider-Man, the symbiote's rebonding with Kasady fixed the villain's brain, who was now no longer lobotomized.

Cletus became a model prisoner, for which he was transferred to Kramer Penitentiary. He was fatally wounded by a fellow inmate, who was paid by Dr. Jenner, Cletus' psychologist who wanted to be-come Carnage's new host. Kasady was suffocated to death with a pillow by Jenner in Kramer's infirmary. When the Carnage symbiote escaped containment and returned to Cletus, it refused Jenner's offer to become its new host, and bonded and reanimated Cletus, becoming Carnage once more and killing the entire staff and prisoners to send the message to the world that "Carnage was back."

Cletus decided to go 'back to basics' and went on a seemingly random killing spree with no reason or patterns to his victims. However Deadpool was able to find a pat-tern in Carnage's madness and continually found him much to Cletus's frustration.

Playing mind games with Carnage, Deadpool was able to put doubt in Cletus in the existence of chaos and that all his actions were being controlled by an outside force. This came to a head when Carnage almost killed Shriek, and he placed himself in an unlocked jail cell to wait until his mind was clear of doubt again.

When the Red Onslaught was unleashed, Magneto recruited numerous villains to stop the madman's Stark Sentinels. He approached Carnage in his self-confinement, and convinced Cletus to join him as there would be nothing more chaotic than him saving the world. Noticing Deadpool was part of Magneto's team, Carnage joined intending to exact revenge, but following the inversion spell which changed the moral axis of those in the island, and they parted amicably.

After the inversion, Cletus returned to New York, stopping a robbery and apprehending the Squid with zero fatalities. Even though the spell brought out a desire to do good, his sociopath tendencies made it hard for him to behave like a hero, causing him to brutalize criminals and still be treated as a villain. After saving reporter Alice Gleason from a new Sin-Eater, whom Kasady seemingly killed, he kidnapped her to teach him how to be a real hero. Alice agreed to help him be good as long as he promised not to hurt her, which he accepted. They headed to a church for Cletus to confess his sins but he attacked a tomb digger thinking he was robbing from the graves. Alice instead recorded his confession in her phone and secretly sent it to her boss. He later stopped a bank robbery but tried to burn the bank to stop future robberies. He fled as the police arrived but Alice fell and was kidnapped by the Sin-Eater while Carnage was surrounded by the police. Despite being shot down by two missiles, Carnage located the Sin-Eater and rescued Alice. Sin-Eater feed on Carnage's sins, growing into a giant while Cletus feels the burden on his conscience being relieved. Carnage defeated him by overloading him with a last sin: that he loved all the destruction he caused, and the Sin-Eater dwindles into a shriveled corpse that disintegrates. Feeling reborn, Carnage thanks the Sin-Eater's corpse for absolving his sins before having his head shot off by Alice. Regenerating, Carnage asked why she betrayed him, and Alice admitted that she had lied to him about being a good person and had only been using him for personal gain, screaming at the newly arrived po-lice to open fire. Carnage misinterpreted her betrayal as a warning that falling in love was dangerous, and reaffirmed his desire to become a superhero while escaping.

Cletus was later reunited with the other inverted villains to form the Astonishing Avengers in order to stop the inverted heroes. Before the later-known "Battle of Manhattan," Carnage acted as the face of the Astonishing Avengers, dubbing them the "Axis of Evil", and had them take all of the blame for the actions of the inverted heroes in order to protect the reputations of the X-Men, Avengers, and Inhumans in the aftermath at the expense of the newly achieved heroic reputations of himself and Hobgoblin. The Astonishing Avengers fought the inverted X-Men in Manhattan, who were trying to detonate a gene bomb which would've killed everyone in the planet who wasn't a mutant. As the time was running out and there were no options left, while the Avengers were distracting the X-Men, Carnage decided to sacrifice himself and use the symbiote to wrap around the bomb and contain the explosion, seemingly killing him. Before his death, Cletus asked Spider-Man to build an extravagant memorial for him. His death was seemingly confirmed when Wasp found the remains of the Carnage symbiote around the area where the bomb had been. After Kasady's apparent death and in the aftermath of the battle itself, Peter Parker was seen building the memorial as he had promised.

However, Cletus was somehow able to cheat death again, though he lost the lower half of his body in the process, and went to Carefree, Arizona, to pay a visit to a new friend he made during the time he was inverted, a friend he was willing to "help", Sam Alexander aka Nova. Cletus left a message signaling his return in the form of murdering a random bystander who he had asked where to find the boy as proof that he was reverted to his natural moral axis.

After learning that Sam's moth-er worked at a local diner, Cletus took her hostage there in order to get his attention, but, tired of waiting, Cletus decided to kill her. Nova arrived before he could do so and took him away from the diner to an empty area in order not to hurt any-one. While fighting, Nova tried to convince him that he wasn't Sam Alexander, but the maniac didn't believe him. After being wounded by the Nova Force, Cletus fled to let his symbiote heal him as the police arrived. In the next day, already healed from his burns, Cletus at-tacked Sam again, this time at his school. While attacking Sam, Carnage saw Nova flying around the area, thus making it impossible for the boy to be Nova (unbeknownst to him, that was Sam's mother wearing his helmet). Enraged, Carnage followed the false Nova, but lost sight of her. He then started to at-tack innocent people to try and get Nova's attention, which he got. A new battle ensued between them.

Carnage was taken by Nova to the sky and then punched into the parking lot below, the impact setting off the cars' alarms, dizzying Cletus and his symbiote. Cletus was then threw by Nova, who had already realized Carnage's weakness to high sounds, into an Anthrax (a heavy metal band which Cletus was a fan of) show nearby. As the symbiote screamed in pain, Cletus fled to the road, but was attacked by Nova again. He threw a car at Nova, who caught it midair, and took advantage of it to punch him. As he was about to finish his opponent off, Carnage was hit by a truck. He was then tied in metal plates by Nova, and left by his symbiote as he revealed he wanted to kill Nova be-cause he wanted to erase any memory of his good deeds from the time he had his moral axis inverted from anyone who remembered it. He was left by Sam in Ryker's Is-land.

Having escaped from Rykers, Carnage was lured to Grey Ridge Mine in West Virginia by the FBI upon learning its chief of security, Manuela Calderon, was the sole survivor of Kasady's first mass murder. A task force that included FBI agent Clarie Dixon, Army soldier John Jameson (aka Man-Wolf) and Eddie Brock (the latest host of the Toxin symbiote) attempted to capture Carnage, but the plan fell apart when Carnage and several FBI agents fell through a fracture into a played-out section of the mine, an occurrence set up by the owner of the mine, Barry Gleason, who turned out to be a member of the occult group known as the Darkholders. Gleason lured Carnage deeper into the mine until he reached a secret temple, where Gleason and the Darkholders at-tempted to sacrifice Carnage in a ritual that involved the Darkhold, a book of ancient times that made reference to Carnage as the "Red Slayer." The ritual resulted in the unexpected enhancement of Carnage's powers, prompting Kasady to take the Darkhold with him when he slip away from the FBI's task force.

Carnage would soon make his way to an uncharted island where he could unlock the Darkhold's powers. On his way there, he hijacked a freighter a group of Darkholders planned to use to bring Carnage to said island, and learned in the process the Darkhold's connection to Elder God Chthon. The FBI's task force followed him to the ship, now joined by Darkhold expert Victoria Montesi, and tried to stop him. Carnage used the Darkhold on Claire Dixon, turning her into his own symbiote-possessed puppet named Raze. In an attempt to de-stroy Carnage, Raze and the Darkhold, the task force blew up the freighter. Carnage survived, and was found adrift at sea by young sailor Jubulile van Scotter. Carnage infected Jubulile with a symbiote, which created a psychic connection between the two, but she managed to escape and was later found by the anti-Carnage task force.

Once he reached the island and reunited with Raze, Carnage delved deeper into its territory until he found the chthonic temple and the altar. He performed a ritual that summoned Chthon to the world with the intention to destroy it. Kasady attempted to have Chthon reward him with more power, but failed. Having tracked down Carnage to the island and subsequently the temple, the task force confronted him. Chthon was confonted by Jubulile, who was empowered by her symbiote, the Toxin symbiote absorbed from Brock, and the Raze symbiote absorbed from Dixon. Jubulile was given more power when Montesi took the Darkhold from Carnage and fed her psychic energies from all over the world, allowing her to become powerful enough to banish Chthon. Montesi also used the Darkhold on Carnage, casting a spell that stripped Kasady of his symbiote and reshaped into a cage that detained him. The members of the task force later parted ways, with Calderon and Jameson deciding to deliver Kasady to the FBI. Kasady was subsequently stripped of the Carnage symbiote, with it having been kept separate from him at the Lock Box before being stolen and delivered to Norman Osborn.

Kasady was re-incarcerated in Ravencroft, placed in a specialized cell that kept him immobilized and suspended off the ground. When the Poison Hive attacked Earth-616, Kasady was approached by Poisoned incarnations of Morbius, Kraven the Hunter, and Lady Deathstrike, who mocked how pathetic he was without the Carnage symbiote or his legs. Pleased that Kasady's insatiable bloodlust was intact, the Poisons brought him on board their flagship and offered him the chance to become Carnage again if he allied with them. Kasady - unaware that the Poisons intended to consume him before he became a threat and use the ensuing Poison Carnage as a weapon of mass destruction - eagerly accepted believing they would return his beloved symbiote to him. He was instead used as a test subject and forcibly bonded a new symbiote that the remnants of the Carnage symbiote in his blood attempted to reject, causing him excruciating pain in the process.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: New Builds

Post by Sidious » Tue Aug 28, 2018 5:30 pm

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Charlie-27

F: EX(20)
A: GD(10)
S: IN(40)
E: IN(40)
R: GD(10)
I: GD(10)
P: TY(6)

Health: 110
Karma: 26
Resources: EX (20)
Popularity: 100

BACKGROUND
Real Name: Charlie-27
Occupation: Former soldier, now adventurer
Legal Status: Legal citizen of Earth Colony on Jupiter
Identity: Public, not known to the general populace of 21st century Earth.
Other Known Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Galileo City, Jupiter
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Charlie-26 (father, deceased), Mabel-17 (mother. deceased)
Base of Operations: formerly the spaceship Captain America II, located in an alternate future, 3015 A.D.
Past Group Affiliations: Guardians of the Galaxy
Present Group Affiliation:

KNOWN POWERS:
Body Resistance: Charlie-27’s dense flesh provides him with Re-markable (30) protection against physical and energy attacks.

EQUIPMENT:
Energy Cannon:
  • Charlie-27 has recently come into possession of a large energy weap-on that can do Monstrous (75) energy damage, with a five-area range. It takes a Strength of at least Remarkable (30) rank to wield the gun.
TALENTS: As a former soldier, Charlie-27 has the Guns, Blunt Weapons, Sharp Weapons, Martial Arts: B, Wrestling, Military, and First Aid talents. Charlie-27 has also trained in Zero-G Combat.

CONTACTS: Charlie-27 is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he has some influence in the Jovian military. In the 20th century he can depend on help from the Avengers.

HISTORY
Charlie-27 was a soldier and space militia pilot, genetically engineered to live in Jupiter's gravity, born in Galileo City, Jupiter. As such, he had eleven times the muscle mass of a normal human. He was also a Captain in the United Lands of Earth Space Militia.

In 3007 A.D., the alien Badoon invaded the solar system, performing various acts of genocide. Charlie was the only survivor of his world due to being on a long-term space mission. He joined forces with Martinex, Yondu, and Vance Astro to form the Guardians of the Galaxy, a band of freedom fighters. In 3014 A.D., he teamed with the time-traveling Thing, Captain America, and Sharon Carter to retake New York City from Badoon forces. He later time-traveled to the 20th Century, and met the Defenders. He returned to 3015 A.D. with Star-hawk and the Defenders to defeat a Badoon invasion force.

After the final defeat of the Badoon, Charlie-27 found himself unable to fit in with postwar civilian life. He departed Earth on a space mission with his fellow teammates and met Nikki, who joined the Guardians of the Galaxy. He then visited the Asylum planet. Charlie helped defeat the Topographical Man and was present when the Guardians learned how the Silver Surfer re-pulsed the original Badoon invasion attempt of Earth in the 20th Century. He met Aleta and learned the origin of Starhawk. He battled the Reavers of Arcturus. Charlie then discovered the space station Drydock, which the Guardians used as a base of operations for a time.

Charlie later teamed with the time-traveling Thor to battle Korvac and his minions. With the Guardians of the Galaxy, Charlie-27 traveled to the present, in pursuit of Korvac. He met the Avengers, and saved the life of a young Vance Astrovik. Charlie assisted the Avengers in battling Korvac. He attended an Avengers membership meeting, but wound up parting company with the Avengers. Charlie attempted to prevent the meeting of Vance Astro's 20th and 31st Century selves, and battled the Thing to do so. With the Guardians, he then returned to the 31st Century.

Charlie and the Guardians then went on a quest to find the lost shield of Captain America. He battled Taserface and the Stark. He encountered Firelord and defeated the Stark. He battled the superhuman team known as Force. He en-countered Malevolence. He located Haven, a lost colony of Earth founded by mutants. He battled Rancor and her lieutenants.

Charlie once had a romantic relationship with fellow Guardian Nikki, but the two broke it off. They still remain friends.

Though from the future, Charlie-27 manages to become involved in the Infinity War. He and his team save Avengers Mansion from an invasion by the Masters of Evil. Then both teams save each other from waves of evil doubles based on both teams.

Rita DeMara once earned his friendship by performing an impromptu surgery with her stings on a massive internal bloodclot, saving his life.

As with the rest of the team, Charlie's last appearance is on a mysterious planet as the team had be-come lost in space and time.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: New Builds

Post by Sidious » Tue Aug 28, 2018 5:38 pm

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Clayface

F EX(20)
A EX(20)
S RM(30)
E RM(30)
R GD(10)
I GD(10)
P TY(6)

Health: 100
Karma: 26
Resources: PR (4)
Popularity: -20

BACKGROUND
Real Name: Basil Karlo
Occupation: Actor
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States with a criminal record
Identity: Public
Other Known Aliases: Matt Hagan
Place of Birth: United States
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: Vincent Karlo (father), Clownface (corrupted por-tion), Katherine Karlo (ex-wife), Katherine Karlo (daughter)
Base of Operations: Gotham City
Past Group Affiliations: Batman Family, formerly Secret Society, Gotham Knights
Present Group Affiliation:

KNOWN POWERS:
Clay-like body: Karlo’s body pro-vides him with Remarkable (30) resistance to physical damage, and Good (10) resistance to energy damage.

Shapechang: Am/50
  • Size Alteration: Karlo may change his size up to Amazing (50) rank.
  • Density Control: Clayface can harden his form to Incredible (40) density of to Feebl (2) rank.
  • Power Replication: Clayface can mimic someone down to their DNA gaining up to Incredible (40) rank in their powers.
TALENTS: Actor; Persuasion

CONTACTS: Gotham Knights

HISTORY
Basil Karlo is Clayface, a former criminal in Gotham City with the power to change his clay-body to become anyone or anything. He formerly acted as an enemy of Batman but now works alongside him as one of his allies.

Basil Karlo, before becoming the monster he would be famous for being, worked as a mediocre actor who was once told by his casting director that he wasn't good enough to get a substantial role. Looking for an edge, Karlo turned to the crime boss Penguin for help. The Penguin offered Basil a hunk of mystical clay, which he claimed would solve Karlo's acting problems, in ex-change for the actor's services as a henchman. Basil agreed and was given his unique powers when the clay leaped on him, entered his blood-stream, and rewrote the fabric of his body.

With this shape-changing ability, Karlo was able to achieve success in his acting career. As he got better in his acting, the clay inside him evolved as well. He gained the new ability to copy the DNA of anyone he touched and file it away in his memory, to be retrieved at any time. Outside of his acting, Karlo was employed by The Penguin, keeping to their deal, and initially loathed the criminal activities he was forced to do. However, he eventually grew to embrace it overtime. The actor lost sight of who he really was until he became nothing more than a mass of violence and rage; it became harder to hold his human shape. Before long, Karlo's temper de-stroyed his career after he assaulted a director who berated him for ad-libbing on set. With no one willing to hire him and thus becoming a "nobody," Karlo became fully committed to a life of crime as "Clayface".

During Batman's second year as a vigilante, the Joker and the Riddler went to war with one another over the right to kill Batman in what would be known as "the War of Jokes and Riddles". Both villains recruited all the criminals they could, and Clayface decided to join the Riddler's army. For weeks the fighting raged on until Riddler's army, with the aid of Batman himself, successfully cornered Joker. Clay-face and the rest of Riddler's army was then double-crossed by Bat-man, who had them all incapacitated and arrested.

In wake of Damian Wayne's death, Clayface imitated Bruce Wayne, having mutated to the point that, with a single fiber of DNA, the criminal could impersonate anyone down to their genetic code. Wanting to exploit Wayne's connection to Batman Incorporated, Clayface framed Wayne for robbing a bank and then, later, made an attempt on his life at Wayne Enterprises, only to be subdued by Batman in a specifically anti-Clayface batsuit. Trap-ping the impostor in a glass container that would only open to the DNA code of the one person he couldn't be anymore - Basil Karlo, Batman left Clayface to the police.

On the night that the Crime Syndicate arrived to Earth and announced that the Justice League was dead, Clayface was about to rob a bank with a group of ordinary thugs but lashed out and killed them all because they wouldn't listen to him.

Discovering that the Syndicate's Secret Society was recruiting, Clay-face destroyed what he thought was a rebel camp in order to get the Society's attention. To his surprise, the rebel camp was organized by the Society in order to trap would-be heroes; Clayface ruined their plan. Calling him an idiot, Karlo lashed out and blew up the remaining portion of the camp.

With no Batman to stop them, the freaks of Arkham Asylum carved up Gotham City and agreed to split it among themselves. Clayface was given a portion of the city that he marked as his own by drowning in clay. However, the peace between the villains was not kept very long when Bane recruited the prisoners of Blackgate Penitentiary to challenge the Arkhamites, under Scare-crow's leadership, for control of Gotham, in what would later be called the "Arkham War".

During the course of the war, Clay-face and Mister Freeze attempted to recruit the Rogues, who had been misplaced in Gotham in their rebellion against the Syndicate. However, the Rogues denied their invitation, spurring a three-way battle between the Arkhamites, the Rogues, and Black Mask's False Face Society.

In the end, the Arkhamites were defeated by Bane, who declared himself the winner of the Arkham War.

After the Justice League's return and the fall of the Crime Syndicate, Clayface attempted to escape Go-tham as repairs began underway. As he tried to leave, Karlo was abducted by a group of cultists, freezing him and then using a portion of his magical clay body as part of their ritual to revive Morgaine le Fey. Succeeding in bringing back the witch from the dead, Clayface was left partially destroyed and without his memory. Luckily, he was rescued by Ragman, being brought back to the hero's apartment and plopped into his bathtub. After learning of his criminal past, a still amnesia-stricken Clayface joined Batwoman and her ragtag team of Unknowns in their fight against Morgaine Le Fey.

Despite their efforts though, their mission failed, since Le Fey had successfully used a satellite to project her magic into turning Gotham into a medieval version of itself called New Camelot. Not giving up, Clayface and the Unknowns made one final move against the enchantress, successfully trapping her in-side a magic stone and breaking the spell, returning Gotham to its normal twenty-first century version.

Wanting to avoid going back to crime, Clayface, accompanied by his new friend Ragman, tried to set Karlo up with a new civilian identity.

However, his work as a hero was short lived. His memory returned, and Clayface was returned to his cell at the new Arkham Manor. When Joker returned to Gotham with an endgame for Batman in mind, every criminal in the asylum was freed and poisoned with Joker Venom. Only Clayface and a handful of other criminals who had already gained an immunity to chemicals escaped the asylum un-Jokerized, having realized the clown had gone too far with this latest plan. Escaping into the city, having plunged into chaos, Clay-face and the other Arkhamites met up with Batman and agreed to help him take down the Joker.

With Batman and the Joker apparently killed in their last battle with one another, life went on, and Clay-face continued his criminal ambitions. Karlo sent his daughter Katherine to Gotham Academy to spy on his old acting-rival-now-teacher Simon Trent so he could get his revenge on him for stealing his roles and his wife. Before Clayface could make his final move on Trent, he was stopped by the students of Gotham Academy, forcing Karlo to flee.

After breaking out of Arkham to see the re-release of the last film he appeared in before his transformation into Clayface, "The Metamorphosis", Karlo was come upon by Batman and Batwoman. Batman offered Clayface the opportunity to join a team he was assembling, as Batman believed that Karlo could truly make a change in his life if only given the opportunity. Tired of his life as a criminal, Clayface took Batman's offer and joined the team, along with several other vigilantes.

Clayface, along with the rest of the team, were called in by Batman to evacuate neighborhoods at risk of flooding during an intense hurri-cane. Clayface split himself into the form of hundreds of police officers to front the evacuation.

During Hugo Strange's attack on Batman and Gotham City, Karlo split himself even further in order to evacuate not just the at risk neighborhoods, but the entire city.

Basil was later forced to absorb a large amount of his protoplasmic matter. This had the side effects of increasing his size and causing him to rampage out of control. Orphan who had developed a friendship with Basil, risked her life to deliver a concentrated formula to him that would allow him to regain control of his form and sanity.

Clayface struggled for control while the formula was wearing off quickly. Batwoman, realizing that Basil would soon lose control again and the team would be unable to stop him, shot Clayface in the head with a special sniper rifle killing him instantly.

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Congorilla

F RM(30)
A IN(40)
S RM(30)
E IN(40)
R EX(20)
I RM(30)
P EX(20)

Health: 140
Karma: 70
Resources: FE (2)
Popularity: 20

BACKGROUND
Real Name: William "Bill" Glenmor-gan
Occupation: Adventurer
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States.
Identity: Public
Other Known Aliases: None
Place of Birth: United States
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: Congo, Africa
Past Group Affiliations: Justice League of America
Present Group Affiliation:

KNOWN POWERS:
Body of the Golden Gorilla: Bill cur-rently inhabits the body of the leg-endary Golden Gorilla.
  • Regeneration: In/40; Congo-rilla's healing abilities are in-credibly powerful and his body heals itself almost instantly after receiving damage.
  • Resistance – aging: Un/100; according to legends, the Golden Gorilla is Immortal.
  • Scent: Am/50; he was able to follow the scent trail of a per-son through continents and even know if a person is lying by the smell exhaled by it in the middle of a lie.
  • Senses: Congorilla has all senses superior than a normal gorillas.
  • Skin Armor: Gd/10
Growth – atomic gain: Un/100; Congorilla is able to grow to 50’ in height.
  • Hyper-Strength: Congorilla gains +1cs in strength per 2 levels of growth activated. At his maximum height he possess Sh X/150 strength. This also increases his health.
  • Damage Resistance: His resistance to damage increases as well. +1cs/2 levels of Growth to a maximum of Mn/75.
EQUIPMENT:
Formerly Mind Transferal Ring: Congo Bill received a ring with the image of a Gorilla. The ring gave him, the ability to switch bodies with the legendary Golden Gorilla and that he would have total control over it, but he could only stay out of his own body, for at least an hour or switch would be permanent. After the death of his original body, Con-go Bill lives permanently inside of the Golden Gorilla, no longer need-ing to use the ring.

TALENTS: Acrobatics; Detective / Espionage; Marksman; Martial Arts: A, C, E; Military, Thief, Vehicles, Weapons Master, Tracking

CONTACTS: The Forgotten He-roes, Justice League of America, Starman 3

HISTORY
William Congo Bill Glenmorgan was born 1898, the son of a Scottish gamekeeper. At one point he was a member of the IRA [Irish Republic Army] and during World War I [1914-1918] he served as a solider in The Battle of the Somme in France in 1916 and also the Battle of Flander's Field in Passendale, Belgium in 1917. He worked his way up as a spy in Austria. Spying on the [Prussia] German Army and plans on the war ended in 1918. At first, merely an adventurer and soldier of fortune, the man known only as Congo Bill soon came to appreciate the native beauty of Africa and her creatures, becoming a noted naturalist and trapper, and refusing to kill any animal unless left no oth-er choice. His honesty, integrity, and courage made Congo Bill a legend among the many tribes of the jungle and the African authorities, and there was almost nowhere he was not welcome.

While working for a time as a special investigator and troubleshooter for the world wide insurance company, Congo Bill came into contact with Janu, the Jungle boy, actually the orphaned son of a famous guide, now living wild in the jungle. For the next several years Congo Bill served as guardian and father figure to young Janu, until the boy left for America to receive a proper education.

Sometime later, Congo Bill attempt-ed to save the life of Chief Kawolo, an old friend and tribal witch doctor, who had fallen off a cliff. Despite Bill's best efforts, the old man knew he was dying and bequeathed Bill a final gift, an ornate ring carved with the image of a Gorilla. By rubbing this ring, the dying man explained, Bill would be able to trade identities for one hour with Kawolo's tribal god, a golden gorilla. To humor the old man, Bill accepted the ring, believing the story to be silly superstition, until an avalanche trapped him in a cave and he had no other hope of freeing himself except to rub the ring. Instantly, Bill found his mind in the body of the golden gorilla, while the gorilla's mind inhabited his body. Now a unique hybrid of man and beast, Bill freed his body from the cave and carved a new legend across Africa over the next several years as the remarkable man-ape called Congorilla.

Finally, Janu, now college educated, returned to Africa and convinced Congo Bill that industry was the hope of Africa's future. Retiring from the brush, Bill and Janu opened a small industrial firm that soon became a large conglomerate with Bill as it's president and Janu as vice president. Though financial-ly successful, Bill found little satisfaction in the world of business, and when the world was threatened with extinction, Bill once more became Congorilla, joining a number of other "Forgotten" heroes and Super-man to save humanity from destruction. Congo Bill and Congorilla can speak English, French, and German and other languages. In 1992 Janu took control over the power of Con-gorilla and Congo Bill had to fight his son to the death. Grief stricken and badly injured, Congo Bill took refuge to recover from his wounds. As a result of the battle, he became blind in his left eye making it hard for him to see. Congo Bill kept out of the public eye after his son's death for seven years until 1999.

Bill had been living with a troop of gorillas in the Congo for many years but they are brutally murdered by hunters and poachers. He was left badly beaten. His human body later died from the injuries and his mind was left permanently in the body of the Golden Gorilla. Congo Bill was 111 years old when he died. He then set out in search of justice. On his search he met Mikaal Thomas (the 3rd Starman) on Blackhawk Island who was on his own mission for justice. The two became fast friends and continued their journey together before joining with Green Arrow's Justice League. After Prometheus attacked the team and destroyed Star City the team dis-banded and Congorilla and Mik returned to Blackhawk Island.

On Blackhawk Island, Congorilla and Mik were attacked by the New Gods Chair and a mysterious wom-an who appears to be amazonian. They were almost defeated before the newly formed Justice League of America led by Green Lantern, Donna Troy and Dick Grayson came to their aid. Recovering from their wounds, Congorilla and Mik joined the team of heroes in fending off their attackers. After the battle was over Donna Troy invited the pair back to the JLA Satellite where, after most of the new team left, Congorilla and Mik (now calling himself Starman again) joined Bat-man and Donna Troy as the four core members of the new Justice League of America.

As the team became more used to one another and went on missions, Bill realized that he enjoys fighting with them and found a new reason and purpose for continuing his al-ready very long life. Most recently he has shown previously unused abilities and also proved his worth by taking blows from Etrigan the Demon. Bill is also helping the The Justice League with the Justice Society America to find Alan Scott the Green Lantern with his daughter Jade to stop the mind control power in Green Lantern ring. Bill and Jessie Quick went to Japan to solve the missing part of the puzzle of the whereabouts of Green Lantern. Bill told Jessie Quick that he knew her father Johnny Quick and they did a documentary about Africa in 1953 for a short time. Bill told Jessie Quick that he will tell her the story later when they get their job done. Congorilla was also seen helping Nevada by stopping a water dam from erupting but Supergirl knocked Congorilla to the ground and the dam burst. Supergirl was mind-controlled by Alan Scott's [Green Lantern] power to knock out Congo-rilla. Congorilla recovered from his blackout and was seen helping Power Girl and Supergirl in a battle to stop Alan Scott's mind control power from taking over the world. When the battle ended, the Justice League and the JSA got back to their normal life and Alan Scott was back to normal as a Green Lantern. Congorilla asked Donna Troy where Supergirl was and Donna said that she is back in Metropolis protecting the city from Superman's absence.

Later, Congorilla went to New York City's Manhattan Park on his day off and was seen leaping and climbing and Bill says "I love life." Congorilla did not show up for the roll call at the watchtower in space. Congorilla was seen in an Opal City bar where people in the bar where scared of the gorilla. Bill told a detective that he was looking for his friend Star-man and that he was in danger for his life. Congorilla helped out Superman and his cousins, Power Girl and Superboy, as the Justice League of America and the JSA were fighting off a green meteor before it struck Washington, DC. Congorilla saw Superman and he left the team on their own to push the green rock back away from Earth. Congo Bill's spirit told Congorilla to find his friend Starman and told Congorilla that something is not right at all. Congorilla, Animal Man, Starman and Rex the Wonder Dog were seen in Washington, DC to stop CSA. They got there in time to help out Superman and the JLA with the Teen Titans and the JSA. After the fight ended, Congorilla said "bravo to you my friends, I'm so relieved and so very proud of you all LADIES, GENTLEMEN I Give You the JUSTICE LEAGUE of AMERICA." Congorilla was also seen helping Green Lantern Jade with the war on Eclipso with the JLA. Congorilla was seen helping his team when he got the emergency call from Donna Troy. He brought his friends Animal Man, Tasmanian Devil, Cyborg and other former members of the JLA to take down Eclipso's shadow army, but Animal Man became mind con-trolled by Eclipso to attack the Jus-tice League of America. Batman, Starman, Cyborg, Donny Troy, Congorilla and the Blue Lantern all huddled together and moved out to attack. Bill told Animal Man to fight it off and told Mik to wake up. The team was saved for now by Green Lantern's son Obsidian and they got the JLA members off the mind con-trol power. After all the events of fighting Eclipso and the members and past members of the JLA got off the mind control power and defeated Eclipso. In the Last issue of JLA the team broke up and left for reasons. Congo Bill - Congorilla left the team to help his home of Africa and that they have a African Bat-man to protect Africa. Congorilla said good bye to all his JLA friends and did his World War I salute in the telporter and he telported away to home.

Congorilla was also seen helping the Justice League of America solve the clues to what happened to Batman in the timeline. Batman returned to the present time over-whelmed by the Omega energy due to Darkseid's plan. Congorilla and the JLA fought Batman so he could gain control over the powers of the Omega energy. Congorilla said to Batman that he was very sorry to have to do this. The Justice League of America got the Omega virus out of his system and healed him back to normal.

Congorilla and Starman teamed up. The two heroes traveled the globe to find out what the Omega Force was doing to Earth. It is a flashback of the aftermath of a battle in the Gorilla City war. Congorilla and Starman talked about what they did to help in the battle with Congorilla's gorilla friend helping fight the other gorilla's in Africa. They journeyed to Houston, Texas' space station to pick up Rex the Wonder Dog be-cause they needed him. They then left for San Diego, California to look for Buddy Baker (Animal Man). Buddy told Bill that he had new powers and abilities and it would take time to adjust to them. Rex the wonder dog barked at Buddy to tell him to put his costume on and get to work. They went to Africa to see Congorilla's friend and Congorilla brought his team to fight the other gorillas. Congo Bill said to Congorilla that a battlefield brings back memories to him for the battle at Flanders Field and the Battle of the Somme (World War I) when he was a solider in the war. Near the end of the fight in Gorilla City, Congo Bill and Congorilla saw Tasmanian Devil from Australia helping out the team fighting the last gorilla soldiers in battle. In the aftermath of the Gorilla City War the six heroes got together and talked. Congorilla brought back Tasmanian Devil to his human form and Animal Man told him to go back to Australia to see his family and because they missed him. Hugh Harkins teleport-ed home to Australia and told them that he will keep in touch by the comlink radio they have. Congorilla told Starman that they were just friends and nothing else. The team then teleported to Washington, DC to help the Justice League of America get rid of the green wall and to save the teammates inside.

Congorilla and Starman were playing chess at the end of the Brightest Day event. He told Starman that chess is a game of war with two people. When they noticed some-thing black leaking Congorilla saw that it was tar and that the Justice League Watchtower had been breached by by an old member of the Justice League, Firestorm. He told Congorilla and Starman that he needed help and that he was going to save the world from the Black Lanterns power. Congorilla and the JLA and also the JSA were there to help Firestorm with his power problem and to stop it from erupting a nuclear bomb. Later, Congorilla was with the Justice League of America along with the Teen Titans and the JSA cleaning up the beach in Florida in the aftermath of the Aquawar battle.

The Doom Patrol was forced off its island headquarters by supervillains. The Doom Patrol split up and tried to join other superheros teams but it didn't work as planned. Robotman went to see Congorilla be-cause he wanted to be part of the Justice League of America. He was told to leave the Hall of Justice by Congorilla after he called him a monkey and hurt his feelings. Robotman tried to apologize saying that it came out wrong but Congorilla still wanted him to leave. Robot-man then left to look for his Doom Patrol friends.

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Post by Sidious » Wed Aug 29, 2018 12:55 pm

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Cythonna

F AM(50)
A EX(20)
S SHY(200)
E SHZ(500)
R IN(40)
I UN(100)
P SHX(150)

Health: 770
Karma: 290
Resources: UN (100)
Popularity: -40

BACKGROUND
Real Name: Cythonna
Occupation: Goddess
Legal Status: Existence is un-known to the general population of Earth
Identity: No Dual Identity
Other Known Aliases: Goddess of Ice
Place of Birth: Unknown
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: Mobile
Past Group Affiliations: former Kryptonian God
Present Group Affiliation:

KNOWN POWERS:
Invulnerabilities:
  • Body Resistance: Monstrous (75). Cythonna’s icy body protects her from blunt, edged, shooting, energy, and force attacks.
  • Regeneration: Amazing (50). Cythonna recovers from injury 50 times faster than a normal being. In addition, when she is injured, the wound takes the form of shattered ice chips which she can reassemble.
  • Resistance to Cold: Class 3000, there are few things colder than Cythonna.
  • Aging, Disease, Toxins, and Radiation: CL 1000
  • Immortality: Class 1000.Cythonna is immortal and does not die if reduced to 0 Health and Shift 0 Endurance. Even if her body is destroyed or completely atomized, she can use her life­ force to draw it back together again. A spiritual attack of unbelievable intensity might destroy her life essence.
Morph: Un/100, Cythonna was able to manipulate her appearance. Changing from a beautiful icy wom-an to a horrific demon made of ice.

Cold Generation: Shift X (150).Cythonna can radiate intense cold from her body.
  • Resistance to Heat: Amazing (50).Cythonna’s frigid aura tends to overpower heat at-tacks directed at her.
  • Freezing Touch: Shift Z (500). Cythonna can cause anything she touches, even the air, to freeze solid.
Flight: CL 1000, Cythonna is capa-ble of covering vast distances in little time.

TALENTS: History

CONTACTS: None

HISTORY
Cythonna was among the first gods of Krypton at the beginning of time. Unlike some of her brethren, Cythonna was an evil entity that hailed from the furthest regions of frozen blackness, bearing a hatred for all that was warm and full of light. She, alone of all the gods, could not bear any children but birthed only monsters made of ice and rime. Thus, she brought not only cold but fear, despair, and death.

At the time of her arrival to Krypton, Cythonna spoke to the sun god Rao and yearned to making him her mate. However, Rao saw through her heart and learned that she knew nothing of love and that she only sought to mate with him in order to birth monsters that would corrupt the world of the light and thus rejected her. This infuriated Cythonna and incited a war between her and Rao, known as the Wars of Ice and Fire. While Cythonna was strong, the powers of the gods of dawn were new. They never fought in anger before. Ultimately, Cythonna was defeated and the Kryptonian gods passed judgement upon her; although the gods were incapable of killing her, it was Rao who decided to exile Cythonna by banishing her into the frozen void beyond the borders of existence. There she remained in the great darkness of the void where she gathered the souls of the unforgiving dead and vowed that if the power of the gods ever weakened, then she would return to get vengeance and finish the war.

Though the war had ended, the scars from the Wars of Ice and Fire remained on Krypton's surface where they never truly healed. The Kryptonians grew to become an emotionless people due to Cythonna's bitterness. Years following Krypton's destruction, Cythonna soon broke free of her prison and believed that she had won the war upon examining what remained of Krypton. However, she soon sensed a trace of life-force tied directly to Rao himself. Angered by this, Cythonna decided to find and eliminate the last remnant of Rao. Her mission led her to Earth, where she appeared at the Daily Planet and killing a woman, attracting the attention of Superman, whom was the individual that she was looking for. Cythonna fought Superman, but was surprised by the Man of Steel's powers. After managing to best Superman, she proclaimed him as her mate and told him to meet him over Earth. Cythonna's appearance also attracted the attention of Lex Luthor, who offered an alliance with her but only to be rejected.

Superman later investigated Cythonna's claims and acknowledge the threat she would pose to Earth. On the way to meet her, Superman was given a Kryptonite-based weapon by Luthor to help him beat the goddess. When Superman confronted Cythonna, the goddess kissed Superman but immediately realized that he is merely a mortal and not a god. Cythonna dropped all pretense to have Superman for herself and resume her goal of killing the last Kryptonian. Cythonna had the wining advantage over Superman, but only a combination of events led to Cythonna's defeat, which Superman lured her to Earth's sun where he was rejuvenated while the sun itself, being the universal opposite of Cythonna, weakened her to closely matching her strength to Superman. Cythonna, however, was still strong enough by revealing her true monstrous form and physically assaulted Superman, until Superman threw a grenade of Kryptonite at Cythonna. Weakened from her exposure to the substance, Cythonna was then dragged by the sun's gravity and become entrapped inside the sun's core.

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Post by Sidious » Wed Aug 29, 2018 1:08 pm

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Darkseid's Servants of Darkness

Group Background:
In the 30th century, records of Apokolips and its ruler, Darkseid, are all but non-existent. It is not known how Darkseid was defeated for the final time. He was awakened when Legionnaires Mon-El and Shadow Lass landed on the ruins of Apokolips. Darkseid immediately set out to spread darkness across the universe.

Creating servants, Darkseid, had them bring mystical objects to him for their energies. He then sought out the energies of powered individuals such as the phony Time Trapper, Mordru, and the White Witch. Finally, he sapped the energies of Zerox itself.

Darkseid was eventually driven back but not captured. In the process large parts of the UP were devastated by four billion Daxamites under Darkseid's mental domination. Departing, he left a curse of darkness, growing from within, a curse he later fulfilled by stealing Graym's twin without his parents' knowledge and transforming him into the monstrosity known as Validus.

Darkseid's servants are twisted mockeries of powered beings from the 20th century, their DNA structures reversed and transposed into non-organic humanoid forms. Each has no will but to serve its creator

Members: Kalibak, Oan, Orion, Shadow Woman, Superman

KALIBAK
STATISTICS
F IN(40)
A EX(20)
S MN(75)
E MN(75)
R TY(6)
I IN(40)
P IN(40)

Health: 210
Karma: 86
Resources: NA
Popularity: -30

KNOWN POWERS:
Body Resistance: Am/50
Flight: Ex/20
Life Support: Mn/75

EQUIPMENT:
Pseudo-Beta Club:
  • Material Strength: Mn/75
  • Blunt Damage: Un/100
  • Energy Blast: Am/50
HISTORY
A mockery of Darkseid's older son, "Kalibak" is possessed of limited intelligence. It was destroyed by an accidentally flied blast from the "Orion" mockery.

OAN
STATISTICS
F RM(30)
A IN(40)
S IN(40)
E MN(75)
R IN(40)
I IN(40)
P AM(50)

Health: 185
Karma: 130
Resources: NA
Popularity: -40

KNOWN POWERS:
Body Resistance: Am/50

Resistance - Toxins, Aging, Dis-ease: CL 1000

Life Support: Mn/75

Flight: CL 3000

Energy Manipulation - Green Plasma: CL 1000

HISTORY
A mockery of one of the Guardians of the Universe, possibly based on the mortal guardian who lived on Earth for a time during the 20th century. It was destroyed by a yellow antimatter burst from Wildfire.

ORION
STATISTICS
F IN(40)
A IN(40)
S IN(40)
E MN(75)
R RM(30)
I IN(40)
P IN(40)

Health: 195
Karma: 110
Resources: NA
Popularity: -30

KNOWN POWERS:
Body Resistance: In/40
Life Support: Mn/75

EQUIPMENT:
Pseudo-Astro Harness:
  • Material Strength: Un/100
  • Flight: Mn/75 in atmosphere, CL 3000 in space.
  • Energy Blast: Mn/75
HISTORY
A mockery of Darkseid's younger and favorite son, Orion. As in this incarnation, Orion was incapable of rebellion or even independent thought. The only mockery weaker than the original, it was eventually turned against its "father" by the resurrected shade of Darkseid's nemesis, Highfather, and Darkseid was forced to destroy it.

SHADOW WOMAN
STATISTICS
F RM(30)
A IN(40)
S IN(40)
E AM(50)
R TY(6)
I IN(40)
P IN(40)

Health: 160
Karma: 86
Resources: NA
Popularity: -20

KNOWN POWERS:
Darkforce Manipulation: In/40
  • Energy Solidification – darkforce: in/40
  • Thermal Vision: In/40
Flight: In/40

Life Support: Mn/75

HISTORY
A mockery of Lydea Mallor, Shadow Woman was one of the early members of her family to be champion of Talok VIII and wield shadow powers. She was apparently the weak-est of the Servants and was readily defeated on several occasions.

SUPERMAN
STATISTICS
F RM(30)
A IN(40)
S UN(100)
E UN(100)
R IN(40)
I AM(50)
P IN(40)

Health: 270
Karma: 130
Resources: NA
Popularity: -40

KNOWN POWERS:
Body Resistance: Mn/75

Resistance - Cold, Radiation, Tox-ins & Disease: CL 1000

Life Support: CL 1000

Heat Vision: Am/50

Hyper-Breath: Mn/75

Hyper-speed: In/40

Flight: ShX/150

WEAKNESS:
Green Kryptonite: causes his body's cells to deteriorate, similar to radiation poisoning in a human being. Exposure to Green Kryptonite causes “Superman” to lose all his powers at -1CS per round. He also loses 1 rank of Strength and Endurance (with its loss of Health) per round until death occurs at Shift-0 Endurance. Removal of the Green Kryptonite enables “Superman”'s body to regain lost ranks at a rate of one per round.

HISTORY
A mockery of the 20th century's greatest hero, this was Darkeid's mightiest servant. It was defeated when it was exposed to Kryptonite.

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Post by Sidious » Wed Aug 29, 2018 1:17 pm

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Deathbolt

F RM(30)
A RM(30)
S GD(10)
E EX(20)
R TY(6)
I GD(10)
P GD(10)

Health: 90
Karma: 60
Resources: EX (20)
Popularity: -6

BACKGROUND
Real Name: Jake Simmons
Occupation: Criminal
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States with a criminal record
Identity: Secret
Other Known Aliases: None
Place of Birth: United States
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: New York City
Past Group Affiliations: Minion of the Ultra-Humanite
Present Group Affiliation:

KNOWN POWERS:
Electrical Generation: In/40; Deathbolt's body functions as a living electromagnetic battery. He can absorb, channel, and redirect electricity for offensive attack.
  • Electrical Absorption: In/40

TALENTS: Pilot – air, ground; Thief

CONTACTS: Crime, Ultra-Humanite

HISTORY
Wanted for murder, Jake Simmons fled from police on an airplane, through the middle of a storm. His plane was hit by a lightning bolt and then crashed into a meteor crater in Arizona. Found by the Ultra-Humanite, Simmons is used as a guinea pig for him that puts an electrical room in the battery. As a result, his body turned into a living battery, dubbed "Deathbolt," he became an ally of Ultra-Humanite, until his defeat to the All-Star Squadron.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: New Builds

Post by Sidious » Wed Aug 29, 2018 1:40 pm

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Desaad

F GD(10)
A EX(20)
S RM(30)
E RM(30)
R IN(40)
I RM(30)
P AM(50)

Health: 90
Karma: 120
Resources: CL 1000
Popularity: -50

BACKGROUND
Real Name: Unknown
Occupation: Minion of Darkseid
Legal Status: Citizen of Apokolips
Identity: No dual identity
Other Known Aliases: DeSaad
Place of Birth: Apokolips
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: Apokolips
Past Group Affiliations: Darkseid’s Elite
Present Group Affiliation:

KNOWN POWERS:
New God Physiology: The beings of Apokolips call themselves Gods and live outside of normal time and space. These New Gods have evolved due to taking up the powers of other gods and through the use of the Source, believed to be one of the ultimate foundations of the Universal Expression of Energy, along with their superior technology, into beings of genetic stability and evolutionary perfection
  • Body Resistance: Ex/20 resistance to physical and energy attacks.
  • Immortality: CL 1000 resistance to aging and may be resurrected from the dead by Apokoliptian technology.
  • Life Support: CL 1000, New Gods do not need food, air, or water to survive.
Psionics: Desaad possess a num-ber of psionic powers:
  • Illusionary Shapechanging: AM/50; DeSaad may psionical-ly alter perceptions around him to create the illusion that he has changed his shape to something else.
  • Hyper Strength: Am/50; De-saad can gain power from those in pain.
  • Mind Control: Am/50; Desaad can control the minds of others.
TALENTS: Engineering; Apokoliptian Science; Torture; Biology

CONTACTS: Apokolips, Darkseid’s Elite

HISTORY
Desaad is a henchman of the over-lord of Apokolips, Darkseid, who is infamous for his sadism as he draws power from others' agony. He became Darkseid's Interrogator and aided Steppenwolf in his attack on Earth-2. When Darkseid's forces attacked, Desaad tortured Super-man, planning to use his DNA to create more powerful Parademons. However, the invasion failed, leaving Desaad lost on Earth, where he used his advanced technology and mind control powers to spread despair.

When Mister Terrific was exiled to Earth-2 in a quantum-tunneling mishap, Desaad stole his identity, and clashed with his girlfriend, Power Girl and her companion Huntress, while he tried to find his way back to Apokolips and his master.

Desaad was then summoned to take part in the second invasion of Earth-2. Working from a secret lair beneath Geneva, he turned Huntress into a warped Fury called Famine and created a new breed of warriors that helped Darkseid Conquer Earth-2: Protofuries.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: New Builds

Post by Sidious » Wed Aug 29, 2018 3:10 pm

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The Destroyer II

F RM(30)
A EX(20)
S EX(20)
E RM(30)
R GD(10)
I EX(20)
P EX(20)

Health: 100
Karma: 50
Resources: RM (30)
Popularity: 5 / 20 during WWII

BACKGROUND
Real Name: Roger Aubrey
Occupation: Retired, formerly V-Battalion leader, adventurer, free-dom fighter
Legal Status: Citizen og the United Kingdom with no criminal record.
Identity: Secret
Other Known Aliases: The Mighty Destroyer, Dyna-Mite
Place of Birth: London, England
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Brian Falsworth (lover, deceased)
Base of Operations: Symkaria; formerly Mobile
Past Group Affiliations: Head of the Penance Council of the V-Battalion, Invaders; formerly Cru-saders
Present Group Affiliation:

KNOWN POWERS:
Super Soldier Serum: Aubry possessed various superhuman attributes as a result of ingesting a derivative of the Super-Soldier Serum that would be used on Steve Rogers.
  • Speed: Poor (4), He can move at speeds equal to that of the absolute finest human athlete, capable of running at a sustained 30 mph (48 kph)
  • Healing: Excellent (20), His healing speed and efficiency is at the highest limits of human potential, which means he can heal faster than most humans.
  • Resistance – aging, disease, poison: Remarkable (30), Aubrey cannot become intoxicated by alcohol, drugs, or impurities in the air, and is thus immune to terrestrial diseases.

TALENTS: Guns; Languages: English (base), German; Martial Arts: A, B, C, E; Wrestling

CONTACTS: Invaders

HISTORY
Accompanying his friend Brian Falsworth to Nazi Germany just prior to the outbreak of World War II, Roger Aubrey became a captive of the Reich upon war breaking out.

He was subjected to experiments conducted by Colonel Dietrich, and was shrunk to a height of 12 inches. Brainwashed, he returned to the U.K. as Dyna-Mite to become a member of the Crusaders, a group of Allied superheroes who each unwittingly owed their powers to the Nazis. Unknown to the team, their ally Alfie was a German agent, and the group had been formed with the intention of discrediting the Invaders and assassinating King George VI. After encountering the Invaders, Alfie's villainy was exposed by Roger and the evil plan was thwarted.

Colonel Dietrich was subsequently captured and forced to reverse the process which shrank Roger; Aubrey then took on the new identity of the Destroyer (recently abandoned by Brian Falsworth), and went behind enemy lines to continue the fight.

At some point, he was exposed to the variant of the Super-Soldier Serum which had enhanced Brian's physical prowess, which would retard his own aging and keep him fighting fit for decades after the end of the war.

Once the war ended, Roger joined Brian and several other heroes in secretly forming a covert group, the V-Battalion, dedicated to preventing anyone like Hitler from ever again threatening the peace of the world. When Brian died in a car crash in 1953, Roger offered to take on the identity as a tribute to his lover, but was denied by Brian's father Montgomery. Instead he soldiered on as the Destroyer, leading the V-Battalion into the 21st century. He was forced to re-evaluate his aggressive position after being temporarily killed, and handed over the Battalion's leadership to the more moral hands of Jim Hammond (the Human Torch).

When the Thin Man revived the Invaders, Roger became wary of his true goals and began to investigate. He called on the group for assistance against the forces of Baroness Blood, during which fight he came to accept Joseph Chapman as a worthy Union Jack successor to Brian. Following this, Roger and his ally Hammond confronted the Thin Man and effectively deposed him as leader of the Invaders.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: New Builds

Post by Sidious » Wed Aug 29, 2018 3:32 pm

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Doctor Octopus II

F RM(30)
A AM(50)
S IN(40)
E IN(40)
R EX(20)
I TY(6)
P EX(20)

Health: 160
Karma: 46
Resources: EX (20)
Popularity: -5

BACKGROUND
Real Name: Otto Gunther Octavius
Occupation: Scientist, criminal mastermind, atomic researcher consultant
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States with a criminal record, pre-sumed deceased.
Identity: Public
Other Known Aliases: Spiderman
Place of Birth: Schenectady, New York
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Torbert Theadore Octavius (father, deceased); Mary Lavinia Octavius (mother, deceased); Karl Octavius (uncle); Elias Hargrove (cousin); Thomas Hargrove (cousin)
Base of Operations: Formerly Hudson River, New York; Sims Tower, Times Square, Manhattan, New York City, New York, Earth-3145; Central Park, Manhattan, New York City, New York, Earth-13; Spider-Island Two, New York City, New York; Horizon Labs, New York City ,New York; Beneath Battery Park, New York City, New York
Past Group Affiliations: formerly Thunderbolts Army; Sinister Six (leader), Masters of Evil V (leader), Legion Accursed; former partner of Green Goblin; frequently headed his own gang of hired thugs. As Otto Octavius: Atomic Research Center
Present Group Affiliation:

KNOWN POWERS:
Wall-Crawling: Octopus can adhere to vertical and upside-down surfaces with Amazing (50) ability.

Spider-Sense: Octopus has a Combat Sense of Amazing (50) at all times. This spider sense determines potentially dangerous situations and warns the hero by a mental “buzzing.” The Intensity of the buzzing is determined by the rank of the potential danger. Octopus cannot be blindsided while this form of Com-bat Sense is in effect, and may per-form defensive actions if he makes a successful Intuition FEAT roll. If this sense is denied him, then his Intuition is as listed, and all Agility FEATs are at -1CS for success.

EQUIPMENT:
Superior Costume: An updated ver-sion of the Superior SpiderMan costume that features sharp talons on the hands and feet, as well as enhanced lenses in the mask with HUD and tracking abilities.
  • Body Armor: Ex/20 vs blunt force trauma
  • Senses – infra-vision: Ex/20
  • Talons: In/40 edged, may be used to inject subject with nanites or drugs.
Tentacles: Doctor Octopus can mentally control a harness with four tentacles worn at his waist. This device is made of titanium steel (Amazing material strength) and the tentacles end in pincers made of Remarkable strength material.

Doc Ock can use his tentacles in combat in a number of ways.
  • He may make up to four multiple attacks on a successful Fighting FEAT.
  • He may engage in blunt attack, wrestling, or a combination of those attack forms.
  • He may attack non-adjacent foes up to one area away.
  • A single tentacle has Remark-able Strength.
  • Multiple tentacles used to at-tack have Incredible Strength.
  • Multiple attacks are resolved on a single die roll, but are at +1CS for each arm used.
  • If Doc Ock uses two of his arms for bracing, his Endurance to avoid Stuns and Slams is +2CS.
Doc Ock’s arms may be used to carry him up to 4 areas/round, and may rise above 2-story buildings. Punching handholds in buildings lets him move vertically 3 stories per round

Ock is in constant mental contact with his tentacles, and may command them from great distances (a range of 900 miles has been reported). He has tactile sensation through these arms, and, if the arms are damaged, must make an Endurance FEAT or pass out for 1-10 rounds. The arms do not have to be attached to receive mental commands.

TALENTS: Mechanics, Robotics, Radiation, Engineering, Re-pair/Tinkering

CONTACTS:

HISTORY
During the battle against the Inheritors, upon discovering he was fated to die once he returned to his prop-er place in the past of his timeline, Otto Octavius (who had managed to cheat death by switching bodies with Peter Parker, a.k.a. Spider-Man) used the technology he had acquired in 2099 to house a copy of his consciousness inside his gaunt-lets and programmed Anna's A.I. to enter sleep mode for one hundred days.

One hundred days later, when Parker Industries collapsed, Anna's A.I. reactivated and activated Otto's back-up consciousness, who then proceed to merge the gauntlets into an Octobot, its mission being to regain control over Peter Parker's body, which he considered to be perfect. Fearing Parker would cast him out of his body again, Otto decided to house himself inside the Living Brain instead, and to wait for the right time to act. Over the next several months, Otto worked for Peter Parker while plotting against him and his company whenever he had the chance.

When Parker decided to take a look at the Living Brain to see if there was any problem with it, Otto asked him how his former self's mind had been erased, and went on a ram-page after being told that he had sacrificed himself in order to give Peter full control over his own body to defeat the Goblin King, forcing Peter to shut the Living Brain down. However, Otto managed to activate the robot's self-destruction and escape through his Octobot body.

As he believed Peter's body had somehow damaged his former self's mind, Otto gave up the idea of stealing it again and decided to get his biological body back by cloning and perfecting it, using New U Technologies' cloning procedure to do so. But when arrived at Potter's Field Cemetery to acquire the genetic material he needed from his corpse, Otto found out it had been stolen, which led him to investigate the graves of other criminals related to Spider-Man, such as the Spider-Slayer, and discover that the corps-es had also been stolen.

Accessing the web, Otto discovered New U Technologies was behind the disappearance of the bodies, as he had suspected, and secretly arranged for his former self's body to be delivered to New U Headquarters, where it was cloned. As the consciousness inhabiting Doctor Octopus' body at the time of its death was that of Spider-Man, a copy of Peter Parker's consciousness was created along the cloned body, forcing Otto to fight and kill it in order to take control over the new body. Once he emerged from the vat the clone was inside, Otto had his tentacles returned to him by the Jackal, who was secretly the owner of New U Technologies, and be-came Doctor Octopus once again. Doctor Octopus later allied himself with the Jackal to help him solve the problem in his cloning process in exchange for the pills that would prevent his body from breaking down.

When Peter Parker infiltrated New U Headquarters as Spider-Man to uncover the truth behind its cloning procedure, Doctor Octopus am-bushed him. Otto explained that he was a duplicate of the original's conscience created when he found out that he would lose Spider-Man's body to Peter Parker, and had been controlling the Living Brain. Having insulated himself from Spider-Man's new webbing types, Otto easily defeated Spider-Man but was stopped from finishing him off by the arrival of the Jackal, who forced him to stand down.

When Spectro infiltrated New U in order to help his girlfriend Silk uncover what was going on, he was captured by Doctor Octopus, who conducted an experiment on him and implanted his ghost into a clone body.

Using the Jackal's cloning technology, Otto began to work on a project he termed the "Proto Clone", splicing his own genetic material with Spider-Man's to create a hybrid body to transfer his conscience into. Jackal attempted to get him to put the project on hold so that they could relocate to a new location after Spider-Man and Spider-Gwen infiltrated the facility; but Otto refused, suggesting the Jackal just kill and resurrect them.

Following the capture of Kaine, Otto began to work with the Lizard to ensure the Proto Clone would not succumb to the cellular degeneration that the other New U clones and Kaine suffered from, dismissing Connors' suggestion of a possible cure. Puzzling over Kaine's resilience in comparison to himself or Electro, he recognized Kaine's inter-dimensional transporter from his time in the Spider-Army, but was interrupted when Anna Maria was brought in. To Otto's dismay she was disgusted and enraged with him, making him wonder if she would have preferred if he had come back in a cloned body of Spider-Man. Realizing that the New U facility's shielding was slowing the clones' degeneration by blocking out certain frequencies, Otto and Anna Maria theorized that they could isolate the signals to either stop or accelerate the degenerative process.

The Jackal interrupted their re-search, and Otto explained that they had managed to isolate a frequency that accelerated the degeneration. However, when the Jackal insulted Anna Maria's height, Otto attacked him and discovered that the Jackal was a Spider-Clone. Furious at having been tricked, Otto broadcast the signal to trigger the clones' degeneration. When the Jackal started to broadcast the signal worldwide, Otto continued to fight him even as their bodies began to break down. When Spider-Man arrived, he and Anna began work on isolating the signal to counteract the degeneration while Otto kept the Jackal (unmasked as Ben Reilly) occupied. Otto asked why Spider-Man would trust him, causing Peter to respond that he had been inside Otto's head and knew he was not all-bad. When the counter-signal was broadcast, Otto shattered Ben's Webware, telling him they'd die together.

Realizing the Proto Clone was immune to the degeneration, Ben at-tempted to transfer his mind into it only to be electrocuted - a precaution that Otto had put in place. Otto transferred his consciousness into the Proto Clone, leaving his cloned body to decay into dust.

Later, Otto hitched a ride to one of his old bases only to learn it had been appropriated by Hydra in his absence. Furious over this and Peter's mismanagement of Parker Industries, Otto easily defeated the intruders but was approached by Arnim Zola, who offered an alliance in order to take down Parker Indus-tries. Accepting to gain access to Hydra's manpower and resources, Otto constructed new and upgraded tentacles as well as a new suit patterned after his Superior Spider-Man costume, re-branding himself as the Superior Octopus.

Shortly before Hydra launched its plan of conquest of the United States, the Superior Octopus ar-ranged a meeting with Spider-Man where he revealed his new identity to him and tried to convince him to relinquish control of Parker Indus-tries. When Peter Parker refused the deal, the Superior Octopus had Hydra agents blow up the London branch of Parker Industries. Superior Octopus made plans to also destroy the Shanghai branch of Parker Industries, but Octavius was ultimately foiled when Peter had those at Shanghai destroy everything in the building, obliterating the Web-ware technology and ultimately taking down Parker Industries itself. Octavius used an EMP to destroy the Spider-Armor MK IV, only to be confronted with Spider-Man in his original costume. Spider-Man turned the tables on Octavius and short-circuited his tentacles, forcing him to retreat, losing his arms and mask in the process.

By the time Hydra had risen to power, the Superior Octopus be-came a member of Hydra's own Avengers. Otto was present during the final battle between Hydra and the resistance in Washington, D.C., but fell when his fellow teammate Odinson turned against Hydra's Avengers.

After Norman Osborn became the Red Goblin by bonding with the Carnage symbiote, he infected his grandson Normie Osborn with it and sent him to kill May Reilly in order to emotionally hurt Spider-Man. Octo-pus still possessed Parker's memories, and they motivated him to pro-tect May from Normie. He was aid-ed by J. Jonah Jameson with a remotely-piloted Spider-Slayer, though Jameson initially thought Octopus was a partner of Osborn. When Osborn arrived to retrieve Normie, he took both Octopus and the Spider-Slayer out and attempt-ed to kill May with a barrage of darts, but Octopus jumped in front of them. After being healed by Agent Anti-Venom, Octopus assumed the alias of Elliot Tolliver and went on to work for Horizon University, where Anna Marconi (who noticed something familiar about him) was also working. With its technology, Otto intended to reclaim his title as the Superior Spider-Man.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: New Builds

Post by Sidious » Wed Aug 29, 2018 3:59 pm

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Doctor Strange

F GD(10)
A EX(20)
S TY(6)
E RM(30)
R GD(10)
I MN(75)
P MN(75)

Health: 66
Karma: 160
Resources: GD (10)
Popularity: 0

BACKGROUND
Real Name: Stephen Vincent Strange
Occupation: Sorcerer Supreme, adventurer, occult consultant; formerly veterinarian, physician, world-renowned neurosurgeon
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States with no criminal record
Identity: No Dual Identity
Other Known Aliases: Strange, Master of the Mystic Arts, Master of Black Magic, Stephen Sanders, Captain Universe, Vincent Stevens, Sorcerer Supreme, Red Rajah, Sherlock, Steverino, Doc Dollars, the Eye, Black Priest, Sheriff Strange
Place of Birth: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Marital Status: Seperated
Known Relatives: Eugene Strange (father, deceased); Beverly Strange (mother, deceased); Victor Strange (Khiron, brother, apparently deceased); Donna Strange (sister, deceased); Clea (wife, estranged); Sofia Strange (daughter);
Umar (mother-in-law); Orini (father-in-law); Dormammu (uncle-in-law);
Base of Operations: Sanctum Sanctorum, 177A Bleecker Street, Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City, New York; formerly Ancient One's palace, Kamar-Taj, Himalayas, Mountain Range, Tibet, China
Past Group Affiliations: Formerly Black Priests (leader), Illuminati, Avengers of the Supernatural, Defenders, New Avengers, Midnight Sons, The Order, Secret Defenders, Ancient One's disciple, The Mighty; former mentor of Casey Kinmont, Jack Holyoak, Topaz, Augustyne Phyffe, Kyllian Kell (Wildpride), Rintrah, Clea
Present Group Affiliation:

KNOWN POWERS:
Sorcery: Doctor Strange is the Sorcerer Supreme of the Earth Dimension. He may use any listed Power as a spell. He uses these abilities at the Amazing (50) level, unless otherwise noted as Power stunts. If he casts a spell outside of his established power stunts, he must pay a cost in Karma equal to the rank of the effect he wishes to simulate. In addition, Doctor Strange regularly uses the following spells:
  • Alteration - Appearance: A mi-nor illusion of Amazing (50) In-tensity that changes the Doc-tor’s appearance and that of his companions, usually hiding their costumes.
  • Astral Projection: Unearthly (100) ability.
  • Levitation: Incredible (40) ability.
  • Mystic Shield: Amazing (50) intensity.
  • Telepathy: Unearthly (100) ability.
  • Conjure: A specialized Teleport of Amazing (50) intensity that brings the item, character, or being to the caster. The being in question may make a Psyche FEAT to avoid the conjuration
  • Eldritch Beams/Bolts: As Force or Energy of Amazing (50) power and range
  • Dimensional Aperture: Creates an opening into, and permits passage to and from, another stated dimension, with Monstrous (75) ability, Requires a FEAT roll only for unfriendly or hostile dimensions or unwilling travelers
  • Mists of Morpheus: Generates vapors of Monstrous (75) Intensity, which induce sleep in those failing an Endurance FEAT in two areas. Strange is unaffected, unless he chooses to undergo the mists, in which case he sleeps deeply for 1 -10 hours but heals as it three days have passed under full hospital rest
  • Spell of Silence: Prevents subject of spell from speaking of certain matters or subjects. Only characters of Amazing (50) or greater Psyche may receive a FEAT roll to avoid its effects
Equipment:
Cloak of Levitation: A magical device presented to Dr, Strange by his mentor and later destroyed and reconstructed, the Cloak permits Flight of Shift X (150) Speed (a small spell allows the doctor to breathe at this speed), The Cloak may be commanded to perform discrete actions, and in combat it has In-credible material strength and may act as if it possesses Incredible Strength.

Eye of Agamotto: An occult object contained within an amulet worn by the Doctor and controlled by a psy-chic link. The Eye has several func-tions:
  • Serves as a combination of all Detection Powers with Class 1000 ability, and in addition reveals illusions, enchantments, and disguises
  • Provides a +2CS on all Mental Powers used by the Doctor
  • Places one unconscious target in same area in suspended animation (no actions or loss of Health) with Monstrous (75) ability
  • Opens a Dimensional Aperture with Unearthly ability
Orb of Agamotto: Another powerful mystic artifact, the Orb has Class 3000 Magic Detection (as the Power), and may be used to view any place known to the user.

TALENTS: Medicine; Occult & Mythological Lore; Martial Arts: A, E

CONTACTS:

HISTORY
Stephen Strange was born to Eu-gene and Beverly Strange in November 1930 while the couple was vacationing in Philadelphia. In 1932 Stephen's sister Donna was born at the family's Nebraska farm. Know-ing that Strange was destined to become the next Sorcerer Supreme, a resentful apprentice sorcerer, Karl Mordo, beset the child with demons from the age of eight through to adulthood, as he was jealous that a kid would be better than him. Ultimately Strange was rescued by Mordo's master, the Ancient One, mystic protector of the Earth-realm as the then-current Sorcerer Supreme. A year or two after this torment began, Stephen's brother, Victor, was born. At age eleven Strange aided an injured Donna, an experience which ultimately fostered an interest in medicine. Strange entered New York College as a pre-med student directly out of high school. Later, while home on vacation for his nine-teenth birthday, Strange was swimming with Donna when she suffered a cramp. After a frantic search, Stephen found her already drowned. The experience left him with a sense of personal failure that eroded his medical idealism.

Stephen earned his medical degree at Columbia University in record time and entered a five-year residency at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, where his rapid success made him arrogant. Stephen's mother Beverly died near the end of his residency, and work became more and more impersonal for the bereaved surgeon. Strange's talent remained, however, and he became a wealthy and celebrated neurosurgeon before he turned thirty.

Egotistical and greedy, cold and callous, Strange's interest in his patients generally began and ended at his bill. The exception was Madeleine Revell, an injured United Nations translator whom he saved and fell in love with. Following a whirl-wind romance and proposal, she left him due to his increasingly materialistic nature.

Two years after his mother's death, Strange's father, Eugene also fell ill. Already crippled by grief over his mother's death (though he would never admit it), Stephen was unable to face any more tragedy and re-fused to visit Eugene's deathbed. A few days later, an outraged Victor confronted Stephen in his apartment over his apparent lack of grief. Following the confrontation, Victor rushed from the apartment and into the path of an oncoming car. Victor died, and a guilt-wracked Stephen placed Victor's body in cold storage, half-hoping that future breakthroughs could revive him.

Around 1963, Strange was involved in a debilitating car accident. Dr. Nicodemus West, a brilliant surgeon in his own right, was an admirer of Dr. Stephen Strange agreed to do the surgery. Though he was able to save Strange, the nerves in his hands were severely damaged. Dr. Strange, with his surgical career over and too vain to accept positions as a consultant or assistant, soon exhausted his fortune following every rumored treatment, no matter how ineffective. In a matter of months, the once wealthy surgeon became a derelict, and resort-ed to performing a number of shady medical procedures to survive (and pay his growing bar tabs). Strange's guilt over the mistakes of his early life would come to weigh heavily upon him over the years, and his recollections of the time could not always be trusted.

After hearing rumors of the mystical Ancient One, Strange pawned his last possessions for a ticket to the East. Strange found the Ancient One's Tibetan palace, but the aged sorcerer refused to cure him, in-stead offering to teach him in mysticism. Strange refused, but couldn't leave immediately due to a sudden blizzard. While staying for the duration of the storm, Strange witnessed the Ancient One's apprentice, Baron Mordo, secretly attack the teacher with mystically summoned skeletons, which the old man easily dispelled. Strange, his skepticism eroding, confronted Mordo about the treachery but Mordo responded with restraining spells that kept Strange from warning the Ancient One or attacking Mordo physically. Amazed by these displays of magic, Strange underwent a change of heart. Deciding that the only way to stop Mordo was to learn magic him-self in order to challenge Mordo on his terms, Strange accepted the Ancient One's offer. Pleased by Strange's acceptance for unselfish reasons, the Ancient One removed the mystic restraints, explaining that he was well aware of Mordo's treachery but preferred to keep Mordo close by in order to control and possibly change him.

The Ancient One had known of Strange and his potential to serve as the Sorcerer Supreme prior to even Strange’s first encounter with him. He regarded his hidden prowess so highly that he rejected Daimon Hellstrom for Strange as his pupil. The Ancient One had planned to make Dr. Strange his successor for a long time.

Strange spent years under the Ancient One's tutelage, learning to tap the innate mystic powers of himself and the world around him, as well as how to invoke the powers of Principalities, powerful beings such as Dormammu, Satannish, and the Vishanti, who resided in their own mystic realms. A few years after Strange's arrival, Mordo left the Ancient One's palace to seek great-er power. The two rivals would clash often in the future. It was during this time that Strange passed a test against Death itself. As a re-ward, Strange was given ageless life and an ankh-shaped mark on his forehead that would only appear when his life was in dire jeopardy. The Ancient One himself had attained near-immortality by passing this test over 600 years earlier.

During his early years as a student of the mystic arts, Strange be-friended many sorcerers around the world, including Lord Julian Phyffe and Sir Clive Bentley of Great Britain]; Cardinal Alfeo Spinosa and Count Tancredo Carezzi of Italy; Omar Karindu, Rama Kaliph, and Turhan Barim of the Middle East; Wai Chee Yee and Sen-Yu of Asia; and Aleister Kane, Kenneth Ward, and Frank Brukner of America. Strange also found allies among more of earth's heroes, aiding the Black Fox in at least two adventures, while other adventurers, such as Immortalis and Terror, Inc., regarded him with skepticism.

Strange studied magic under the Ancient One for seven years and returned to the United States in the 1970s. Strange became a mystic consultant, establishing his Sanc-tum Sanctorum in New York's Greenwich Village. He was attend-ed by Wong, latest in a centuries-old bloodline that had served the Ancient One, and who had become both Strange's servant and his friend. During this time Strange fought the demonic entities such as the Possessors, Aggamon, the House of Shadows Zota, the Bottle Imp, and KhLΘG. Strange also fought the otherworldly Nightmare, who fed upon dreaming humanity's terror and became one of Strange's most bitter enemies. The mysterious doctor's reputation grew, and Strange even became an occasion-al consultant to local and federal authorities.

When the debut of the Fantastic Four heralded the dawn of the Heroic Age, Strange initially remained aloof from New York's superhero community, fighting his battles against Nightmare and Baron Mordo in secrecy. At one point Loki, the Asgardian god of trickery manipulated Strange into attacking his heroic foster brother, Thor. The treachery was soon exposed, how-ever, and Strange turned against Loki. Thor would later, in the guise of Dr. Donald Blake save Strange's life by operating on him after another battle with Mordo. Soon after, a clash with Mordo led Strange to ally with the young Spider-Man, who helped Strange rescue several people from a mystic dimension. The experience proved so traumatic that Spider-Man asked Strange to remove their memories of the event, though this caused them to forget Spider-Man's heroism as well. Impressed by the young hero's bravery and altruism, Strange came to regard him as a friend, and the two have teamed up many times over the years.

The Dread Dormammu, sensing his old adversary the Ancient One's declining power, threatened to invade the Earth-Realm and sent a messenger ahead of him. Upon learning of Dormammu's intent, the Ancient One sent Strange to the Dark Dimension to do battle with the evil foe. While there, Strange was approached by Clea, a novice mystic and, though few knew it at the time, daughter of Dormammu's sister Umar. Clea feared that if Dormammu fell as ruler of the Dark Dimension, the dimensional barriers would weaken and the realm would be ravaged by the Mindless Ones. Clea thus sought to prevent the duel, but Strange would not yield. Dormammu easily outmatched Strange, but in the process lost just enough of his energies that the Mindless Ones were able to invade. Seeking to save the Dark Dimension's denizens, Strange lent Dormammu enough power to create a new barrier. Enraged by his own weakness, Dormammu felt honor-bound to spare Strange, who in turn bargained with him to spare both the Earth-Realm and the attractive Clea. The vengeful Dormammu never forgot the humiliation, how-ever, and became one of Strange's most implacable enemies.

Shortly after, Strange joined several superheroes in a battle against the powerful mutate Sundown. Now more involved with the superhero community, he became a special consultant to prominent super-teams such as the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, and the Avengers. Months after attending the wedding of Reed and Sue Richards, Strange was reunited with his own love, Clea, who came to live with him in New York.

Later, Strange was exiled to a hos-tile dimension by Asmodeus, who took the doctor's form in an attempt to catch the Ancient One by surprise. Prevented from returning to the Earth-Realm by metaphysical law so long as Asmodeus occupied his form, Strange adopted a new form with a full-face mask (perhaps emulating his superhero allies). After defeating Asmodeus, Strange retained the new appearance to preserve his anonymity. After carelessly revealing his name during a battle with Nightmare, the cosmic Eternity, whom Strange was aiding at the time, agreed to return Strange's anonymity by altering all relevant earthly documents and memories bearing the name “Stephen Strange” to “Stephen Sanders.”

Strange next resisted the invading Undying Ones, a race of demons that had once dominated the Earth, and were led by the infernal Name-less One. To face the onslaught, Strange manipulated Prince Namor of Atlantis and the monstrous Hulk into aiding him. With the Undying Ones defeated, Strange seemed to believe the world safe from further incursion. Strange was troubled by his arrogant exploitation of Namor and the Hulk, however, and decided to forego magic and return to medicine as a consultant, selflessly per-forming the duties he once thought were beneath him.

Strange's return to medicine lasted only a few weeks. After Baron Mor-do tried to kill him, Strange returned to sorcery and defeated Mordo with the help of the Ancient One. The Ancient One, for reasons of his own, reversed Eternity's spell, re-storing the name "Stephen Strange" to the world's records and memories. Shortly thereafter, the Name-less One returned and Strange donned his (non-masked) robes to confront the threat alongside Namor and the Hulk. Becoming friends despite their differences], the three were soon joined by the alien Silver Surfer to form the core of the Defenders, a loose-knit "non-team" that would reunite sporadically to meet threats against the Earth.

Following the Kree-Skrull War, a number of Earth's most powerful heroes -- Doctor Strange, Black Bolt, Professor X, Iron Man, Mister Fantastic, and Namor -- formed the Illuminati, a secretive group of Earth's most influential heroes that would meet only a few times, and only to tackle events of extraordinary importance. While certain Illuminati members were unable to attend certain gatherings (such as Xavier and Iron Man), Strange at-tended all known meetings, adding the viewpoint and perspective his decades of battling mystic evil had brought him.

The Illuminati inadvertently precipitated an invasion of Earth by the shapeshifting, alien Skrull race by attacking the homeworld after delivering a warning not to endanger their planet again. This led to their capture, experimentation, and analysis, which enabled the Skrulls to eventually perform enough reverse biological engineering and cloning to gather the resources required to launch a covert invasion.

Strange came under attack by servants of the Old One Shuma-Gorath, a vast extra-dimensional entity who had ruled on Earth millennia ago, but was banished in the Hyborian era. Shuma-Gorath sought to return to the mind of the Ancient One himself, and Strange entered his mentor's mind to con-front the creature. After fighting a losing battle, the Ancient One him-self asked Strange to slay him ra-ther than allow Shuma-Gorath pas-sage to Earth. The Ancient One's physical death made him one with Eternity, and Strange inherited the mantle of Sorcerer Supreme, guardian of the entire universe. Seeking solace from his new burdens, Strange attempted to use his power to revive his brother Victor using spells from the Book of the Vishanti; unfortunately, Strange did not realize he had read the Vampiric Verses, imbuing Victor with the potential for resurrection as a vampire. Thinking the spells had failed, Strange left his brother's body in cold storage.

Strange continued his adventures with the Defenders, and over the months the informal team's ranks included beings such as the As-gardian Valkyrie, Brunnhilde, the winged millionaire Nighthawk, the happy-go-lucky Hellcat and others. Though this pitted Strange against less magical foes (such as the mu-tant Magneto, the alien Nebulon, the subversive Sons of the Serpent, and the bizarre Headmen), the camaraderie of the team and the love of Clea gave Strange a welcome change from his customary solitude.

Later, however, Strange felt that his magical powers had become se-verely diminished. This allowed Strange to become possessed by the spirit of the Star of Capistan, transforming him into the Red Ra-jah. As the Rajah, Strange tried to link the consciousnesses of all the people of New York City with his own to create a type of utopian so-ciety. Eventually, Strange's team-mates in the Defenders were able to free him from the effects of the Star, which Strange promptly de-stroyed. As a result of this, Strange felt it necessary to take a leave from the Defenders in order to renew his commitment to the mystic arts in order to keep his powers at their peak. The Defenders continued on without him and later Strange would rejoin the group when they required his assistance.

At one point, the trans-temporal sorcerers called the Creators ma-nipulated the Ancient One's spirit into offering Strange a chance to become one with the universe. When Strange rejected the offer he was stripped of the mantle and power of Sorcerer Supreme. Strange soon joined battle with the Creators, defeating their ally, the In-Betweener, and thwarting their re-ality-reshaping plans. After their deception was revealed, the An-cient One restored Strange's title; who, if anyone, assumed the title in the meantime is unknown. Though Strange's adventure took mere days from his perspective, weeks passed on Earth.

Months later, the mysterious alien Tribunals perpetrated a hoax that convinced the four founding De-fenders that their alliance would eventually cause a cosmic tragedy, and the group was disbanded. It would be some time before the hoax was exposed. Strange soon lent aid to BorderLine Investigative Services (actually a band of vam-pire hunters) in confronting Dracula. At one point, Strange cast the Dar-khold's famed Montesi Formula, a spell which destroyed all vampires within the Earth-Realm. The cryo-genically stored body of Victor Strange, however, was passed over because it had been enchanted with the powers of the Book of the Vishanti. With the book ultimately being a tome of protection (even when applied to vampires), Victor's body survived.

Meanwhile, in the Dark Dimension, Clea had returned to lead the rebel-lion against its current ruler Umar, whom she learned was her mother. Clea overthrew Umar and took the throne with Strange's help, but her responsibilities as ruler of the Dark Dimension and his as Sorcerer Su-preme of the Earth-Realm meant the two would be forced to sepa-rate. Upon returning to Earth, how-ever, Strange's role as Sorcerer Supreme was challenged by the covetous alien Urthona. At one point, the struggle against Urthona forced Strange to destroy his own collection of talismans, tomes, and artifacts to prevent Urthona from taking control of them. (It was later revealed that Agamotto, one of three Vishanti, had intervened, se-questering the collection away at the moment Strange seemed to destroy them).

With the artifacts removed, the bar-riers between dimensions they had established weakened, and the Earth was assaulted by a number of once-pacified mystic threats. Strange met the threats with the extradimensional novice mystic Rintrah, and was eventually joined by Kaluu, an old rival of the Ancient One and master of life-draining black magic. Weakened by the loss of his artifacts, Strange reluctantly accepted Kaluu's offer to teach him the black arts. These skills served Strange well when confronted with the return of Shuma-Gorath, whom Strange fought on one of his home planes. The power required to de-feat Shuma-Gorath corrupted Strange, to the point where he merged with the evil demon-god. After inducing the merged creature to commit suicide, both Shuma-Gorath and Strange's own ego were destroyed. Kaluu guided Strange's spirit back to Earth, slowly restoring Strange's ego as he burnt off the taint of Shuma-Gorath's evil. Though this ultimately allowed the demon to reform in his home di-mension, it had, at the very least, been prevented from returning to Earth. Shortly thereafter, Strange returned to the Dark Dimension and married Clea, who came to live with him on Earth. Strange took Rintrah as his new apprentice, and an ap-parition of Agamotto restored Strange's seemingly lost collection. With the collection restored, Earth seemed to return to the status quo.

Strange assisted the X-Men (at the behest of fellow Illuminati member and longtime friend Professor X) when Margali Szardos, Sorceress Supreme and adoptive mother to Nightcrawler, believed Wagner had been guilty of cold-blooded murder and thus magically separated his soul from his body into her own dimension. Strange determined that Nightcrawler was actually human, that a hostile yet not malevolent mystic force was responsible for his body's "death". Strange was taken along with the X-Men to Margali's realm of "Hell" where Kurt's inno-cence was proved and they were allowed to return to Earth on good terms. However, Strange was shocked when the Eye of Agamotto was used by Margali, who told him enigmatically that he had not been the Eye's first custodian, nor would he be the last, ending with Strange determined to find out more about the potent yet mysterious sorcer-ess.

It was at this point, however, that Victor Strange's body finally rose as a vampire, and ultimately fell under the sway of sorceress Marie LaVeau. LaVeau tried to coerce Strange into again reciting the Vampiric Verses, thereby nullifying the Montesi Formula, but Strange instead banished the page contain-ing the Vampiric Verses page from the Earth-Realm. Nonetheless, LaVeau was able to use Victor as a template to duplicate the spell, mak-ing it possible for long-destroyed vampires to reappear.

Strange and Clea were soon drawn back to the Dark Dimension, as both Dormammu and Umar sought to reclaim the throne. Umar ulti-mately won, leaving Clea exiled on Earth. While Clea sought allies to mount an offensive, Strange and others were drawn up in the fight with an Infinity Gauntlet-wielding Thanos of Titan. The death-worshiping Thanos used the Gaunt-let's immensely powerful Infinity Gems to eradicate half of the uni-verse's population before the he-roes defeated him and used the same power to undo the damage.

However, attempts to claim Strange's position of Sorcerer Su-preme were not to end, even years after he had attained, lost and again won back his station. Ian McNee attempted to challenge Strange for the role, having trained himself for ten years, and apparently killed Strange; however, further killings due to others challenging McNee, in turn, convinced him that killing was the curse of the Sorcerer Supreme. However, Strange had not been killed and no one had really died from the battles. Nicodemus, too, tried to seize Strange's title, winning it briefly, but the strain and pressure of such power and responsibility quickly overwhelmed him.

Strange soon formed alliances with other supernatural heroes, manipu-lating the formation of the Midnight Sons, a loose group including his vampire hunter allies, as well as Morbius, Ghost Rider, and Blaze among others. These warriors were actually the last in a long line of Midnight Sons, destined to confront the demonic scourges of Zarathos and Lilith. He also briefly tutored the young sorcerer Augustyne Phyffe, who ultimately chose to abandon sorcery.


After sharing leadership of Earth's heroes against the Magus during the Infinity War, Strange teamed with Namor, the Hulk, and the Silver Surfer to battle Shanzar, the invad-ing Sorcerer Supreme of another dimension.

Meanwhile, the Principalities of var-ious mystic realms began summon-ing their devotees to serve them in the War of the Seven Spheres, a war between opposing magical enti-ties expected to last five thousand years. When the Vishanti sought to enlist Strange, he refused, unwilling to abandon his earthly duties. Una-ble to resist them if called, Strange instead renounced the use of their powers, stripping him of much of his power.

Strange was then attacked by an even more powerful Dormammu, who had manipulated Clea into de-posing of Umar so that he could again rule the Dark Dimension. With the help of the Hulk, the Silver Surf-er, and Ghost Rider, Strange was able to repel the dark lord, but he continued to rule the Dark Dimen-sion, and Clea remained there to again lead the resistance. Strange soon after began recruiting Secret Defenders, ad hoc teams assem-bled to meet periodic threats to the Earth that he could not handle alone. Strange also sought the aid of Immortalis in curing his brother Victor, but was refused because no permanent cure was known. After Rintrah was slain while destroying a dangerous talisman, Strange placed his body in stasis pending a poten-tial revival, and took Kyllian Kell, heir to ancient Celtic magic, as his new apprentice.

Strange was at one time abducted by the Goddess, who collected thir-ty-three of the most "spiritually-attuned" heroes in the universe to aid her in her Infinity Crusade, an attempt to purge the universe of evil. Mesmerized by the Goddess, Strange joined her crusade, and while his physical form served her, he sent his astral form to keep tabs on his brother. By this time Victor Strange had adopted the identity "Khiron", a costumed hero and deadly vigilante. After realizing how violent he had become, Khiron chose to take his own life. After breaking free of the Goddess, Strange again fought Urthona, who had grown even more powerful by serving in the War of the Seven Spheres.

While tutoring his new, impatient apprentice, Kyllian was pulled into another dimension by a talisman. When Strange managed to find him, Kyllian refused to go; preferring to remain with Iskelior, a woman he met there. The bickering sorcerers were interrupted by the ancient sor-ceress Lilith, who began tearing down the mystical barrier to allow her demonic offspring, the Lilin, passage to Earth. Kyllian remained behind to seal the dimensional tear, and Strange returned to Earth, promising to rescue Kyllian later. Joining the Midnight Sons, Strange confronted Lilith and her Lilin. At one point the Midnight Sons were menaced by a bloodlusting Morbius, while Wong's betrothed, Imei, was dying from the poisoned kiss of the Lilin Sister Nil. Strange chose to subdue Morbius' bloodlust, saving the most people possible, but allow-ing Imei to die. Furious, Wong left Strange, and would even try to kill him on later occasions. Eventually, the Midnight Sons were victorious, and the Lilin were sealed back away in another dimension. In the meantime, Kyllian was rescued by Modred the Mystic, and returned to Earth in the form of Wildpride, now more in control of his "animal mag-ick," and bearing a grudge against the master he felt abandoned him.

Strange was later part of an international coalition of heroes opposing the techno-magical Mys-Tech, and was one of the six beings who stabilized the unraveling reality created by the clandestine group's "Un-Earth," a mystical replica they planned to use to control the real Earth.

Strange again had to defend his title as Sorcerer Supreme, this time from Salome, a winged member of the mysterious Blood race and allegedly the first Earth-born Sorcerer Supreme over 20,000 years ago. Salome easily reclaimed the mantle from a weakened Strange, and began gathering followers to help her rule the Earth. Unable to stand against Salome, Strange secluded himself in a pocket dimension, taking Sister Nil (the last of the Lilin remaining in the Earth realm) to record his actions and act as his assistant. From that dimension, he dispatched two magical constructs based upon himself to tend to his earthly affairs. The first, Vincent Stevens, became a cunning businessman, and built a fortune with which to develop so-called "technomagick." The other was a being called Strange, a masked figure who fought alongside the Midnight Sons and gathered artifacts for Strange to use against Salome. Strange also left the leadership of the Secret Defenders to Doctor Druid, another of the Ancient One's pupils. Though Doctor Druid served as best he could, he was ultimately unable to lead the group.

Possessing only a few of his artifacts and mystically poisoned by Salome's dance, Dr. Strange realized that he would have to focus on developing his weakest discipline, elemental magic, in order to reclaim the mantle of Sorcerer Supreme. Dr. Strange had barely finished enhancing his sorcery when Stevens and Strange rebelled against him. Stevens was apparently destroyed in the resulting conflict, and Strange went to the Dark Dimension, where he merged with the rebellion's Nobel as Paradox. Meanwhile, Salome had enlisted Wong against his old master, claiming to have bound Imei's soul to the demon Xaos, and promising a full resurrection in exchange for his service. Later, Strange would show Wong that Salome had been deceiving them and that Imei was truly dead. Wong gained some closure when Strange took him to visit her in the afterlife, and the two eventually reconciled. This time, however, Wong joined Strange as an equal partner, and in many ways a broth-er, not a servant. Wong still referred to Strange as "Master" from time to time because "old habits are hard to break."

After defeating Salome, Dr. Strange temporarily assumed a younger, more violent persona as he began to track down and terminate the illegal operations established by Stevens. Dr. Strange was still cleaning up after Stevens when he was again summoned by the Vishanti to serve in the War of the Seven Spheres; unwilling to lose any more of his already diminished power, this time Strange complied. Although from his perspective Strange spent 5,000 years fighting for the Vishanti against their enemies, the Trinity of Ashes, only a few months passed on Earth by the time he returned. Strange's memories of the war were suppressed, and he returned to his more mature, bearded appearance. Exhausted from the war, Strange turned to the use of unpredictable Catastrophe Magic to increase his power. He later claimed to have supplemented it with so-called Chaos Magic, though still later he would claim that there was no such thing. In any event, Strange eventually regained the patronage of the Principalities, and his power was restored to their height.

The Dread Dormammu returned to attack Strange at this point, using the mutant Jonathon White and Strange's ally Topaz against him. Strange drove off his old foe and magically guided another surgeon to save Topaz from Dormammu's attack. Strange then faced the re-turn of his old enemy Yandroth, the techno-mage. Strange, Namor, Hulk, the Surfer united to oppose Yandroth's attacks on the Earth, but the four began to quarrel among themselves. Yandroth seemed to perish in the final conflict, and as a final curse, used Earth's magical energy to bind the Defenders together, forcing them to reunite against all future threats to Earth, regardless of their other concerns. Other former Defenders came to their aid at times, and though irked by the cause, was nonetheless touched to see the team reunited. The curse magnified the egos of the cursed quartet, however, until they became mentally unstable. They then became the Order, seeking to end all threats to the Earth by taking control of it. Other heroes, including Clea, fought them, and the energies unleashed by the battle were harnessed to resurrect and further em-power Yandroth. Coming to their senses, the Defenders stopped fighting, and Yandroth was reduced back to his human form, defeated, and imprisoned.

Shaken by the ordeal, Strange cut himself off from the superhero community. Strange made the idealistic mystic Topaz his fifth known disciple but kept her at an emotional distance. When the power of the Kale family Book of Shadows unleashed the Hellphyr, a monster that attacked mystics, Topaz joined Jennifer Kale and Satana in meeting the threat. She ultimately decided to leave Strange's side to join the other two in guarding the tome.

Afterwards, Strange recruited the mutant Dead Girl to help him investigate the Pitiful One's attempt to resurrect a number of hell-bound villains. During this time, he came into conflict with the spirit of his old master, the Ancient One, who had apparently been relegated to a level of Hell for petty misuses of his power. Strange was able to neutralize the threat, and was merciful to his old master. While Strange enjoyed a brief flirtation with Dead Girl, Wong grew concerned over the Doctor's health, particularly his failing memory.

When the Scarlet Witch suffered a catastrophic mental break-down Doctor Strange used the Eye of Agamotto to stop her with a memory so terrible she collapsed from it, and ended the chaos she was inadvertently causing. The frail Wanda was taken to Genosha by her grieving father, Magneto. Desperate, Magneto enlisted the aid of his old friend and enemy, Professor Charles Xavier, to help his mentally unstable daughter. Xavier, in turn, summoned Doctor Strange. Even their combined efforts were not enough to help her. They attempted to mend her shattered psyche and minimize the damage done by her reality-altering powers, but were largely unsuccessful in their endeavor. Strange, having done all he could for Wanda, told the assembled Avengers and X-Men that together, he, Xavier and Emma Frost could shield the heroes from Wanda’s power and went with the Avengers and X-Men to find Wan-da. Due to the interference of her brother, Quicksilver, they failed, resulting in the warping of reality known as "the House of M."

After Emma Frost and Layla Miller joined forces to unlock his memories, Strange went with the heroes to Genosha to force Wanda to put the world back. Wanda changed the world back to its original form, but in the process depowered 90% of the entire mutant population. Surviving mutants and ex-mutants referred to this as "M-Day: The worst day in mutant history." Strange was unable to break the successfully wrought spell or even find Wanda with his powers afterward. Later, a troubled Strange claimed that, as his job was to prevent something exactly like the House of M and its aftermath, he had "failed completely".

In a meeting of the Illuminati, Strange vehemently opposed the proposed Superhuman Registration Act, calling the actions it entailed "disgusting," and simply a means to give into people's fear and ignorance which would lead fellow he-roes to fight to the death for their rights to oppose registration. He informed Iron Man and Mister Fantastic that they were never to call on him again before magically departing.

Sometime later, while having had friends on both sides of the war, Strange went into seclusion in the Arctic, fasting and meditating non-stop for forty days. As Sorcerer Supreme he could not take sides in the matter, for his given duties did not include influencing the evolution of the superhuman role in society, especially since there was no clear right or wrong. He prayed for an outcome that would benefit mankind and spill the least amount of blood. He later regretted his lack of involvement in the Civil War. After the conclusion of the War, Strange was granted immunity to registration, yet the immunity did not extend to him openly breaking the Act with others.

Following the Civil War, Doctor Strange housed the outlaw renegade Avengers in his Sanctum Sanctorum, which had an illusion cast on it to appear abandoned and deteriorated. He aided the team on their missions such as disabling the Mighty Avengers with mental illusions, teleporting them away from Elektra to the Silver Samurai while in Japan, freeing Maya Lopez from the Hand's magic and defeating their ninja, saving their Ultron-virus infected plane, and casting a series of spells helping to calm the panicking people in Manhattan after being cured by Iron Man from a Venom Symbiote Virus.

When Spider-Man came to seek his magical expertise in healing Aunt May, Strange tried to help Peter Parker by using the Hands of Death to send him around the entire world to consult others, but told Peter that even his magic couldn't help May now, or at least he was unable to use it to help her. He also continued to fulfill his duties as Sorcerer Supreme, such as aiding the new roster of the Fantastic Four from preventing Eternity's death.

Dr. Strange was among the members of the Illuminati who, alarmed at the continuing destruction caused by the Hulk, agreed to exile the Hulk into space. When the Hulk returned to Earth seeking vengeance, mistakenly believing them responsible for the explosion that killed millions on the planet Sakaar, Strange declined Iron Man's request to use magic to again banish the Hulk, arguing the Hulk would simply return again. He instead offered Iron Man the aid of the New Avengers to evacuate and help defend New York, which Stark gladly accepted.

Strange entered the Hulk’s mind, reminding them of their history and friendship, as well as insisting the bomb was not planted by the Illuminati. Just as the Hulk reverted to his Bruce Banner form, and a sympathetic Strange presented himself in a physical form, Banner turned back into the Hulk and crushed Strange’s hands. Strange's crushed hands limited his magic abilities.

Strange invoked the power of Zom to battle the Hulk, drinking Zom's soul to become a semi-demonic version of himself with spiked mac-es for hands. However, the unfamiliar use of such vast dark magic weakened his control over his new powers, which caused Strange to almost kill civilians. The shaken Strange was overpowered by the Hulk, implanted with an Obedience Disk, and forced to first fight a giant, tentacled monster in the Madison Square Garden with the rest of the fallen heroes. He was then forced to battle the other Illuminati members, facing off against Black Bolt (actual-ly a Skrull impostor) and attempted but failed to use what remained of his magic to stop him. The Sentry arrived in time to save the Illuminati, and Strange was freed, though his mind, body, and soul were all evidently scarred by this incident.

The disturbed Iron Man, having received the Skrull Elektra's corpse, summoned the other five Illuminati members to discuss the Skrull threat. The Illuminati were caught by surprise when the Black Bolt attending the meeting revealed himself to be a Skrull and attacked. Strange teleported the four of them out of there. The five Illuminati members then each went his own separate way, realizing that they had lost far more than just a world: they had lost their ability to trust. The Illuminati was essentially no more.

Before the Skrull invasion was fully underway, Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum had been invaded by the crime syndicate of the super-villain the Hood, prompting Strange to use of darker magic than normal. This lapse prompted him to temporarily depart this plane to heal him-self and to reflect on his worthiness to be Earth's Sorcerer Supreme. Strange had lost both his mastery of the Mystic Arts and the Sanctum Sanctorum.

Doctor Strange returned to Greenwich Village once more to combat a stampede from the Dream Realm, though he himself admitted he was in no shape to do battle with the beasts unleashed, due to his hands still being broken and his mystical energies at an all-time low. Daimon Hellstrom used hellfire to destroy Nightmare’s beasts.

A Doctor Strange from an earlier time period appeared (wearing the dark masked costume he had worn long ago to conceal his identity) with the other three original Defenders to engage his longtime rival Mordo, allied with Terrax, Tiger Shark and Red Hulk. Two of the Elders of the Universe, the Grandmaster and the Collector had made a bet involving the teams of the original Defenders, for the Grandmaster, clashing with the newly formed team of Offenders, for the Collector. Strange had to work with his allies to fend off the sinister foursome if he was to the save the life of Clea. Though Strange was eventually slain by the Red Hulk, Galactus defeated the Red Hulk and the Collector decided to undo the deaths brought about.

Doctor Strange was met by Thor, who told him of his need to heal Mjolnir. Strange summoned magics to pass through Thor, carrying away the Odinpower from him, and deposited it in Mjolnir. When it was done, the hammer was whole once more.

Strange contacted Wiccan to find out if he was the one destined to be the next Sorcerer Supreme. He offered to make Wiccan his apprentice. After the Hood's demonic form approached them, Strange con-fronted Parker. The Hood was act-ing on the orders of the Dread Dormammu to slay Strange, and thus claim Strange's former role of Sorcerer Supreme. Dormammu had bestowed upon him the ability to locate Strange if Strange utilized magic. Strange teleported himself and Wiccan away reaching the New Avengers and pleading for their aid.

Strange and the New Avengers joined forces to combat the Hood and Dormammu. They followed the Eye of Agamotto to New Orleans to contact Daimon Hellstrom before the Hood could destroy him to pre-vent him from possibly rising to Strange's lost role. They struggled against the might of Dormammu, until Brother Voodoo, having been granted the power and gifts of the office of Sorcerer Supreme by the Eye of Agamotto and the Ancient One's spirit, intervened and con-fronted Dormammu himself, passing the initiation and dispelling him. Though Strange did not escape the battle entirely unscathed, he retained the power to manipulate magic (though to a far lesser extent) while he was apparently redeemed in his own eyes somewhat to ob-serve the new Doctor Voodoo battle supernatural menaces.

When Agamotto was cast out of the Vishanti and had most of his powers stripped from him, he attacked the New Avengers in order to re-claim the Eye of Agamotto from Doctor Voodoo as it was the only artifact that could defeat him. Jericho used the Eye to defeat Agamot-to, but the Eye was destroyed and his life was lost in the process. Doc-tor Strange rejoined the New Avengers. He remained with them through the events of Fear Itself and the return of Norman Osborn's Dark Avengers. He stood with the Avengers against the X-Men when the Phoenix Force returned to Earth, serving ably even without the full array of powers he had previously commanded. Daniel Drumm, who had vowed revenge on Strange for the death of his brother, at-tacked the New Avengers shortly after Avengers vs. X-Men, when the team was distracted by Luke Cage's announcement that he and his wife were stepping down. Drumm used his abilities to possess others to sow chaos, implicating Strange in the murders of Victoria Hand and Daimon Hellstrom. He eventually possessed the Avengers and New Avengers, using their abilities in his attempt to kill Strange. Stephen had to appeal to dark magic to defeat Drumm and save his friends. After-ward, the Ancient One appeared on the battlefield and commended Strange for saving the others with-out harming them, for using dark magic without losing control, and for continuing to act as hero and defender of the world. He restored Strange to his former position as Sorcerer Supreme and gave him the artifacts of the office, the Eye of Agamotto and the Cloak of Levitation, once again.

Shortly after becoming Sorcerer Supreme again, Strange was called upon for a meeting of the Illuminati once again. The Black Panther had experienced an event known as an "incursion" in which two universes collide with each other with each universes Earth as the point of impact, and had called on the Illuminati to try and find a solution to the problem. Another incursion followed shortly after, and the Illuminati decided to assemble the Infinity Gauntlet to stop it, and Stephen supplied his gem. Captain America wielded the Gauntlet and managed to avert the incursion, but the Gauntlet was destroyed in the process. Due to his unwillingness to do whatever it took to stop the incursions, such as considering the destruction of another world to save their own, Captain America was voted out of the Illuminati and Stephen erased his memories of it.

When Thanos sent off his Cull Obsidian to Earth to target each of the Illuminati's members, Ebony Maw approached Doctor Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum to find what his leader sought. Ebony Maw was able to influence Doctor Strange into telling him what he wanted. The villain also used the Doctor to launch an attack on New York, forcing him to summon Shuma-Gorath from the ground.

When each member of the Illuminati dispersed and searched for Thanos' Inhuman son it was the Doctor who found him. However, Maw wiped Strange's mind of his findings and kept his location to himself. The search was interrupted by another incursion and Strange and the rest of the Illuminati traveled to the other universe, where they encountered the Builders of that universe, who revealed to Stephen and the Illuminati that his memories and mind had been manipulated. Upon re-turning, Stephen joined the Illuminati in liberating their headquarters at the Necropolis from Thanos' forces.

Tired of watching others make choices while he did nothing, Dr. Strange resolved to use the full resources at his disposal as Sorcerer Supreme to find a way to stop the Incursions. Calling on the power of a tome of the darkest of black magics; the Blood Bible, Stephen traveled to the Sinner's Market in the mystic dimension, the Lost Lands, on a quest to find power. He was led to the Resolute Throne, where he sought to make a deal. The Throne deals in degrees of godhood, with a fifth of a man's soul buying him a fifth of the power of a god. There, Stephen made a deal to sell the entirety of his soul.

Shortly after the actions of the Illminati were made public, Stephen Strange left Earth-616 and joined the cause of the Black Priests, having mastered the way in which they manifest their power to distort reality. He and the other Black Priests were encountered by Sunspot's Avengers in their way to find the responsible for the decay of the Multiverse, and offered their help to defeat either of the two main players in this "Game of Worlds": Rabum Alal or the Ivory Kings.

While the Multiversal Avengers went to confront the Ivory Kings, Strange went to Earth-1903990 with the Black Priests to utilize a Great Key that activated a doorway to gain access to the Library of Worlds to defeat Rabum Alal. They explored the Library of Worlds and encountered a Black Swan. The Swans were able to set a trap and destroy most of the Black Priests, with the exception of Doctor Strange, who was able to defend himself but was ultimately incapacitated. He was then brought before Rabum Alal, who was revealed to be Doctor Doom of Earth-616.

Doom informed Strange of his origins as Rabum Alal and revealed his ultimate plan to defeat them: the different Molecule Men he had captured. In a last-ditch attempt to save the Multiverse, Doom took Strange and the Molecule Men to confront the Beyonders. He was able to destroy them and harness all of their power using the regular Molecule Man as a conduit. However, Doom's accomplishment cost the death of thousands of universes, leaving only a dozen.

When the Multiverse finally perished in the final incursion between Earth-616 and Earth-1610, Doom used the power of the Beyonders to salvage the remains of several realities and build a patchwork planet named Battleworld, which was ruled under his iron fist, with the help of Doctor Strange, who became Battleworld's sheriff and Doom's right hand, usually acting as Doom's voice in certain matters.

As eight years went by, Doom and Strange managed to twist the memories of their inhabitants, to the point they would no longer remember what had existed before Battle-world. Stephen created his own base, the Isle of Agamotto, a place of remembrance of his lost world. Five years after the creation of Battleworld, Strange found a vessel of unknown origin and kept it in the Isle, fearing something of great consequence was inside it, but not knowing it was the bodies of the few other survivors of Earth-616 in stasis.

With the appearance of a similar vessel from which the survivors of Earth-1610 came out, Strange directed his attention towards the one he kept on his own. Once he opened it, he freed the survivors, among which were Mr. Fantastic and Black Panther. After explaining to the fellow survivors what had transpired while they were in stasis, Strange was summoned to a battle between the villainous survivors from Earth-1610 and the Thor Corps, Battleworld's police force. Doom remained unwilling to take part of the conflict until he saw Mr. Fantastic in the scene, he immediately teleported to Utopolis, and stopped the fray, demanding the newcomers to recognize his authority. To prevent Doom from prejudicial acting upon the interlopers, Stephen used his magic to teleport them away. Following the disappearance of the villains from Earth-1610 and the heroes from Earth-616, Doom confronted Strange for disobeying him and ultimately killed him after Stephen accused him of being afraid of Richards.

Following Doom's fall during which Mr. Fantastic acquired his power and rebuilt the Multiverse, Reed resurrected Doctor Strange, with his memories of Battleworld erased. With a new lease on life, Strange continued protecting the normal world from magical threats. He would soon find himself challenged by the biggest threat to magic yet, the Empirikul, worshipers of science led by the Imperator, a being from another dimension hellbent on destroying magic throughout the different planes of existence of the universe. The effects of the Empirikul's crusade, which consisted of killing Sorcerers Supremes and destroying magic energies, was felt in Strange's dimension in the form of failing spells or magical creatures acting strangely.

The Empirikul eventually arrived at the Earth, attacking several magical landmarks and defeating magic users. Strange himself was defeat-ed, even after channeling all of Earth's magic in an attempt to subdue the Imperator, as a consequence of this, the Earth was depleted of most of its magic. Only the intervention of old sorcerer Monako allowed Strange and his colleagues to escape from being burned alive in the front of the Sanctum Sanctorum.

After traveling around the globe finding objects that contained the last traces of magic, Strange and the other magic users, including the Scarlet Witch, Magik and Doctor Voodoo, Strange returned to the Sanctum Sanctorum, which was still being raided by the Empirikul, to defeat the Imperator. Strange joined forces with the Thing in the Cellar, a magical creature who channeled all of the pain Stephen suffered when using magic and managed to defeat the inquisitors.

Magic eventually started to rekindle. Doctor Strange fostered magic, in the form of the creation of new spells with the help of his most recent ally Zelma Stanton and the maintenance of peace in the magi-cal world, employing more rudimentary techniques and spells.

Believing that Strange wasn't ready for the looming threats that were going to endanger the Earth, Loki targeted Stephen with the objective to prepare him. To this end, he tricked Strange with an elaborate illusion in which the Vishanti bequeathed the mantle of Sorcerer Supreme to the God of Mischief. Stephen handed over to Loki all of his magical possessions, including the Sanctum Sanctorum. With his medical license revoked since he had stopped practicing, Stephen opted to open veterinary clinic. He also acquired a talking basset hound called 'Bats'.

Strange decided to soon oppose Loki after learning his successor was searching for a powerful spell called the Exile of Singhsoon, which Stephen had hidden inside Zelma's soul for safekeeping from anyone, including himself. After a confrontation with Loki resulted in Bats' accidental death, Strange decided to make preparations to for his second fight with Loki. With the Sentry's help, Strange gained power from Yggdrasill, and used it to best Loki. However, Zelma cast a spell that canceled out all forms of magic for a few minutes in an attempt to have them reach a middle ground, but Loki used his natural godly super-human strength to knock Strange out. Strange turned the tables when he unleashed the Void from the depths of the Sanctum Sanctorum.

While possessing Stephen's body, the Void revealed the location of the Exile of Singhsoon. Loki excised it from Zelma and used it to consolidate all of Earth's striving magic into himself. He first separated Stephen from the Void, and then used the power boost to jump-start magic itself all over Earth, so to provide a temporary fix to the Empirikul's ravaging, his true objective behind his search for the spell. Strange and Loki joined forces, and locked the Void back into the Sanctorum. When the dust settled, Loki saw himself forced to reveal his ploy regarding the Vishanti's illusion and the passing of mantle. After disclosing his intentions behind the ploy, Loki relinquished his role as Sorcerer Supreme back to Strange. Before being teleported away, Loki apologized for Bats' death, reveal-ing he had returned to hound as a spectre.

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Post by Sidious » Wed Aug 29, 2018 5:17 pm

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Dove II

F IN(40)
A IN(40)
S GD(10)
E RM(30)
R RM(30)
I IN(40)
P RM(30)

Health: 120
Karma: 100
Resources: TY (6)
Popularity: 20

BACKGROUND
Real Name: Dawn Marie Granger
Occupation: Adventurer, Student
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States
Identity: Secret
Other Known Aliases: None
Place of Birth: London, England
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Holly Granger (sister, deceased), Russ Granger (father), Maire Granger (mother)
Base of Operations: Washington, D.C.
Past Group Affiliations: Hawk and Dove, formerly Titans East
Present Group Affiliation:

KNOWN POWERS:
Avatar of Order: When in the presence of danger, whether to herself or others, Dawn Granger can call out the word "Dove" and be transformed into her Dove form. On high magic worlds she can remain as Dove for extended periods regardless of whether there is any danger present.
  • Danger Sense: Am/50; As Dove, Dawn is hyper-vigilant and aware of her surroundings. This also allows her to see things normally invisible to normal humans (ghosts, energy).
    • Bullet Time: Dawn is able to speed up her perceptions to be able to perceive things very slowly.
  • Flight: Ex/20; Dove was able to hover and fly in the air at will.
  • Flash: Gd/10 intensity light, Dove was able to channel the White Light of Creation
  • Detect Magic: Ty/6; Dove is able to sense magic in a small radius to herself.
  • Regeneration: Ty/6; Dove’s ability to heal was greatly in-creased in her enhanced form.
TALENTS: Acrobatics; Persuasion; Martial Arts: A, B, C, D, E; Stealth

CONTACTS: Hawk, Teen Titans, Lords of Order

HISTORY
During the Crisis, Dawn Granger was in London with her mother. Her mother, a diplomatic courier, was at the American embassy when terrorists took it over, and threatened to blow it up. Unable to get help from the police, who were too busy with the panic caused by the Crisis, Dawn was contacted by voices that offered her the power to deal with the problem herself. She agreed, was transformed into Dove, and easily subdued the terrorists.

While she initially assumed she was one of a number of Doves, she later learned that the other Dove had died during the Crisis, and was concerned that he had died be-cause she had taken his power. She traveled to the memorial service for the fallen heroes, where she managed to identify Hawk in his civilian identity, and followed him to try and discover who he was. She followed him for a while, seeing him become increasingly unstable, but lost him when she had to go into action as Dove.

She eventually tracked him down in Washington, where both she and Hank Hall (Hawk), were students at the Georgetown University. She deduced that the original Dove had been Hank's brother Don. While Dawn became part of Hank's circle of friends, Dove approached Hawk, although he was aggressively opposed to working with her. She helped him against Kestrel, an agent of the Lords of Chaos, who was trying to turn the increasingly erratic Hawk into their agent before the new Dove could act as a calming agent. Dove managed to calm Hawk down before he was completely transformed, and the Lords of Chaos, disappointed by this, destroyed Kestrel for his failure. Hawk accepted Dove as his new partner.

They took part in the resistance to the Invasion, where Dove first came into contact with other members of the superhuman community, then settled down to fighting crime mainly in the Washington area, where they fought such foes as Gauntlet, Azure, the Untouchables, Shell-shock, Copperhead, Sudden Death, the Madmen, Velvet Tiger, and the Female Furies. She also began a relationship with Detective Brian Arsalla, head of the Washington Special Crimes Unit, both as Dove and as Dawn.

They were contacted by Barter, a very old trader, who offered them the identities of the mystic benefac-tors, if they would retrieve an old bible for them. They acquired it, from the Count St. Germaine, an old adversary of Barters, and he met his side of the bargain, by giving them the names of their benefactors, Terataya and T'Charr, Lords of Order and Chaos, respectively. When asked for more information, Barter insisted that a further service would be required for the additional information, and they declined.

Kestrel was recreated, and man-aged to gain possession of Hanks girlfriend Ren, in which it attacked Hawk and Dove, before traveling to another dimension, challenging them to follow. They contacted Barter, who agreed to arrange passage in exchange for the True name of the dimension, which Kestrel had told them. When they arrived on Druspa Tau, Hawk and Dove found their powers increased by the greater amount of magic on the plane, and that their costumes could now be removed. Doves form is faintly avian, constantly emitting a calming light. Dove joined the forc-es of Order, who peacefully ruled the world, while Hawk was convinced to join the forces of Chaos, led by the Lord of Chaos M'Shulla, who were seeking to overthrow Order. The two came into conflict, and battled to a standstill as the forces of Chaos overthrew the existing Order. T'Chaar and Terataya, who had been worshiped on this world, before M'Shulla had used magic to obscure the residents memory of their names, were eventually summoned, and fought M'Shulla. M'Shulla won, and T'Chaar and Terataya retreated to a nearby cave to die, summoning Hawk and Dove to them.

T'Chaar had been a Lord of Chaos, and Terataya a Lord of Order, who had fallen in love and become out-casts from both their houses. They had combined into a unity, to prove the potential of Order and Chaos working together. Their creation of Hawk and Dove had been a part of this experiment, which was to result in a child, who would be extremely powerful, a child of both Order and Chaos. As they died, T'Chaar and Terataya transferred their essences into Hawk and Dove, making the spells that empowered them permanent, and increasing their powers.

Responding to a mysterious mes-sage that her father was in trouble, Dove, along with Hawk and other former members of Titans West, went to his S.T.A.R. Labs work-place, and discovered that re-searchers had opened a portal to a Limbo where dead souls waited before going to the hereafter, and that they had lost a research team inside it. The group went in, and discovered a group of dead villains, including the Iron Major, the Top, and the Icicle, trying to escape. With the help of the reformed Icicle, and General Jeb Stuart, they stopped the villains. Before leaving, Hawk had considered trying to find his brother, and return him to life, but had been convinced that Don was in a better place, and had left nothing undone that he would need to come back for.

Hank was contacted by someone he was convinced was his dead brother, asking his help to return. Hawk agreed, and followed the instructions of his "brother", even stealing a gemstone from a muse-um, and abducting an already dead body from an accident, that of a family friend, Senator Tommy O'Neill. When the ceremony was completed, he discovered that the soul brought back from the dead was that of Roscoe Dillon, The Top, who claimed to the police that Hawk had tried to kill him. Realizing his mistake, Hawk went after O'Neill again, only to be stopped by Dove and Uncle Sam. While Uncle Sam convinced O'Neill to give up his seat in the Senate, Hawk gave himself up to the police. He was released to his parents’ custody until trial, and barred from becoming Hawk.

Shortly before this, they had been visited by the being known as Waverider, and had sensed him reading their futures, although they could not see him or view the futures he saw. He had come from a future time, where the world was under the domination of the hero-turned-dictator Monarch. Waverider had the abilities to travel through time, and to read the futures of others. When reading the futures of Hawk and Dove, he found that in all their futures he could see, they ended up opposing Monarch, and they were the only one so scanned that did survive to oppose him.

Before Hawks trial could take place, while she was camping with Det. Arsalla, both she and Hawk were abducted by Monarch, who had traveled back from the future following Waverider, and Arsalla was killed during her abduction. Mon-arch seemingly executed Dove, and revealed himself to be an older Hank Hall. The younger Hank slew the older, took his armor, and be-came Monarch.

Dove had not actually been killed by Monarch. Mordru had used his magic to make it appear as though she had died. Mordru, a being of energy, needed a body capable of handling the powers of both Order and Chaos, so he drove Hank in-sane, turned him into Extant, then possessed him, and got Dove pregnant. Before Mordru could inhabit the body of their child however, the soul of Hector Hall was drawn to it. Mordru disguised Dove as the comatose Lyta Hall, in an attempt to weaken Hector's psyche, and she was only awakened from this as Mordru gained control of the body again. She helped the JSA defeat Mordru, allowing Hector to regain control of the body, then departed, claiming that there was a new Hawk out there that she needed to find.

After reuniting with her estranged sister Holly, they became the new Hawk and Dove. Soon after, they helped the Teen Titans take down Dr. Light.

Later on, Cyborg formed a new team of Titans with Hawk and Dove on the roster. They were almost immediately attacked by an unknown assailant, and all were gravely injured. However, Hawk and Dove both made full recoveries.

When Nekron attacked and the dead began rising from the grave, Dove's old partner, Hank, returned to life as a zombie. While he could not hurt Dove, he did manage to kill Holly. Dove later found that she was able to emit a mysterious white light from her body that could hurt Nekron's ring-wielders. She went on to be a great asset in taking down Nekron's followers. When Nekron was finally defeated, and the White Light was safe, a small group of heroes and villains were returned to life. Among that group was Hank Hall, who took back up the mantle of Hawk in place of Dawn's sister, Holly.

Since Hank's return from the dead, he has been really aggressive, even for him. This has lead Dove to grow increasingly concerned for him.

Sometime later, Dove and Hawk joined the heroes of Gotham to fight off the Seven Men of Death and they kept them away from getting to their target, Vicki Vale.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: New Builds

Post by Sidious » Wed Aug 29, 2018 5:29 pm

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Drax the Destroyer I

F GD(10)
A EX(20)
S IN(40)
E AM(50)
R EX(20)
I TY(6)
P RM(30)

Health: 120
Karma: 56
Resources: FB (2)
Popularity: 10

BACKGROUND
Real Name: Arthur Sampson Doug-las
Occupation: Guardian of the Pow-er Stone; former real estate agent, agent of Kronos, and bounty hunter.
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States, presumed deceased
Identity: Secret
Other Known Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Burbank, California
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Yvette Steckley Douglas (wife, deceased); Heather Douglas (daughter); Pamela Doug-las (niece); Camille Benally (foster daughter)
Base of Operations: Red Rock, Xitaung; formerly C.I.T.T.; Knowhere; Monster Isle; Titan
Past Group Affiliations: Ally of Eve Bakian; formerly Legion of the Unliving, Infinity Watch, Secret De-fenders, United Front, Selects of the Phalanx, Guardians of the Galaxy, Nova Corps
Present Group Affiliation:

KNOWN POWERS:
Immortality: Drax could not be slain by physical means. However, Drax could be Slammed or Stunned by physical attacks. Drax could be killed only by mental attack.
  • Body Resistance: Amazing (50)
  • Invulnerable - Heat, Cold, Electricity, Radiation, Toxins, And Disease: CL 1000
  • Life Support: Unearthly (100)
  • Recovery: Unearthly (100)
  • Regeneration: Unearthly (100)
Force Blasts: Drax could fire beams of Amazing (50) power and range (Force attack) from his hands.

Flight: Drax could fly at Class 1000 speeds in space but was limited to Shift X (150) speed while in a planet’s atmosphere.

Obsession: When in the presence of his target, Thanos, Drax's mind was consumed by hatred, rage, and a single thought - kill Thanos! In this situation, apply a +1 CS to Drax’s FASE abilities and force blast, as follows:
  • F: Ex A: Rm S: Am E: Mn
  • Health: 175
  • Force Blast: Monstrous (75)
TALENTS: Resist Domination

CONTACTS: Avengers, Eternals of Titan, Moondragon

HISTORY
Real estate agent Arthur Douglas, his wife Yvette, and daughter Heather, were driving across the Mojave Desert from Las Vegas to Los Angeles when a spaceship carrying the mad Titan named Thanos passed overhead on a surveillance mission to Earth. Wishing to keep his existence a secret, Thanos destroyed the automobile in case its passengers had seen his ship, and then landed to make certain they were dead. Satisfied that they were, Thanos left. Unknown to the Titan, his father Mentor had been monitoring his activities on Earth to examine his son's latest handiwork. Mentor discovered that Heather Douglas was still alive, and took her back to Titan to be raised. She later returned to Earth as Moondragon.

Mentor determined that the threat of his son Thanos could no longer be ignored and wanted to create a being of sufficient power to defeat Thanos. Enlisting the aid of his father Kronos, who millennia before had become a discorporate wraith, Mentor had Kronos seize the astral form (living consciousness) of Arthur Douglas before it had completely fled from Douglas's body. Kronos and Mentor then fashioned a humanoid body from the Earth's soil, granted it superhuman powers, and cast Douglas' spirit inside it. Thus they created the being who would become known as Drax the Destroyer.

Mentor blocked all of Drax's memories of his old life, instilling in him monomaniacal hate for Thanos. For years, Drax served as Thanos' nemesis, thwarting certain of the Titanian's plans, but never crushing Thanos himself. One particular battle between them led Drax to be-friend Iron Man of Earth. An ally that he would come into contact with various times over the next few years. Later, Drax battled Thanos in order to stop him from obtaining the Cosmic Cube. He lost to Thanos, and went to the Avengers for help.

Finally, in Thanos' campaign to possess the Cosmic Cube, Drax, in the company of the Avengers, Captain Mar-Vell, and Moondragon, saw Thanos destroyed. Suddenly lacking a reason for existence, Drax wandered space in grim contemplation. A couple of months later, while releasing his anger out on a nearby planet, Drax crossed paths with Captain Marvel. Enraged at Mar-Vell for destroying Thanos himself, Drax battled Captain Marvel until a mental construct of Rick Jones gave him the location of the newly resurrected Thanos.

Once again on a campaign to destroy Thanos, Drax attacked Gamora, an assistant of Thanos at the time, by destroying her space-ship. Gamora escaped, and it was unclear what happened to Drax immediately afterwards, for he was not present when the Avengers, Captain Marvel, Moondragon, Adam Warlock, Spider-Man, and the Thing defeated Thanos when he tried to snuff out the stars using the six Soul Gems.

Travelling through space, Drax came across a space station. He did not sense any life forms on board, but he entered the space station to investigate for clues on Thanos' location. Drax found Thanos, whose body was now turned into solid granite by Adam Warlock. Drax had felt like he had lost all purpose in life once again, for Thanos was once again slayed. Enraged, he quickly assumed that it was Captain Marvel who had slain Thanos. Drax traveled to Earth, and attacked Captain Marvel. The battle carried on for a while, neither party giving up, but it finally ended when the human personification of ISAAC, the network computer which controls/governs over Titan, came to them requesting aid to save Titan from Thanos' remaining forces. Captain Marvel and Drax accepted the request, and traveled to Saturn.

On the way to Titan, Drax reiterated his plans of destroying Captain Marvel after this problem on Titan was resolved. Mere moments after arriving in Titan, Drax and Captain Marvel came across Starfox and Mentor being attacked by giant spiders. They rescued the two, and went off to save the others, passing through a system of underground tunnels, by Mentor's request. Being cosmically aware and having noticed something suspicious, Captain Marvel then accused Eros of being an impostor. To Drax's surprise, both Eros and Mentor were impostors, leading them to the domain of Gaea, the earth god. They let the two impostors free, and made their way through the tunnels, arriving at Gaea's lair. Gaea's forces attacked Drax and Mar-Vell, but they man-aged to overcome them. Defeated, Gaea told Drax and Mar-Vell ISAAC's plan to continue Thanos' schemes.

After which, Drax made a pile of rubble fall on Gaea. Drax and Mar-Vell wandered through the caves, and eventually made it outside, where they met Dionysus, god of wine. Dionysus invited them to have a drink. Drax drank some, and then he was knocked out for the wine was drugged. He woke up a few hours later with Mar-Vell at his side, about to be eaten by huge snakes. They fought off the snakes, but Drax was knocked unconscious again. Drax woke up a few moments later, and Mar-Vell told him that Elysius, the one ISAAC had sent to kill them, had a change of heart, and decided to help them. They took a flying pirate ship to get to ISAAC quicker. They arrived in ISAAC's lair in a couple of hours, and after many obstacles and many of ISAAC's forces, the three man-aged to defeat ISAAC.

However, the battle was not won, for ISAAC had the power to shut off the air supply of Titan, and ISAAC had sent his right hand man, Stellarax, to Earth. Captain Marvel and Drax made the decision to return to Earth first, and then save Titan lat-er. They decided to attack on multiple fronts, Drax would attack Stellarax's spaceship, and Captain Marvel would attack Stellarax him-self down on the surface. While attacking Stellarax's spaceship, Drax came across Rick Jones and his girlfriend, and rescued them from captivity. They saved Earth in the end, and made their way back to Titan to save it from ISAAC.

They made it back to Titan, and even though they faced trouble on Saturn's rings, they managed to get through to face ISAAC and his forces yet again. During the battle, Captain Marvel nearly gave his life defending Drax, and so this prompted Drax to decide not to destroy Captain Marvel anymore. In the end, Captain Marvel saved the day, and the two were celebrated as heroes. Drax decided to travel the stars, and think about how he could be a "creator" instead of a destroyer.

After travelling the stars for a couple of weeks, Drax still hadn't found a purpose for his life. He felt grim, so when he came across a group of creatures that threatened to destroy him if he didn't leave them alone, Drax attacked them, in hopes that they may kill him. On the contrary, the group of creatures sacrificed one of their own to save the collective, by attaching themselves to Drax's head. Drax's daughter, Moondragon, sensed this from her own spaceship, so she went to his location to find Drax unconscious.

With no knowledge of the situation, she decided to go to her friends at the Avengers Mansion. However, only Thor was there at the moment. While they were deciding what to do with him, Drax woke up. Confused, he attacked Thor and Moondragon, but Thor struck Drax with lightning, which made the creature detach itself from Drax's head. Aftewards, Drax and Moondragon decided to travel through space together, and return the creature back to its collective.

Later, the two came upon the planet Ba Banis, a world of humanoid aliens caught in a vast civil war. Moondragon decided to use her mental powers to quell the conflict and then decided to set herself up as the world's goddess. Drax recognized that her ambitions were ignoble and so sent their ship to Earth with a holographic distress message. The Avengers responded and discovered Moondragon's world of mentally enforced tranquility.

Freed by the Avengers from his daughter's mental domination, Drax advanced toward her, seeking to end her menace. In order to stop him, Moondragon mentally forced Drax's life essence to vacate his artificial body. Later, after subduing Moondragon and returning to Earth, the Avengers placed Drax's body inside Sensia and sent it into space programmed to self-destruct. With-out Drax's spirit inside it, Drax's body was destroyed when the Sensia exploded.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: New Builds

Post by Sidious » Wed Aug 29, 2018 6:05 pm

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Drax the Destroyer II

F IN(40)
A RM(30)
S UN(100)
E UN(100)
R FB(2)
I FB(2)
P AM(50)

Health: 270
Karma: 54
Resources: PR (4)
Popularity: 10

BACKGROUND
Real Name: Arthur Sampson Doug-las
Occupation: Guardian of the Power Stone; former real estate agent, agent of Kronos, and bounty hunter.
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States, presumed deceased
Identity: Secret
Other Known Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Burbank, California
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Yvette Steckley Douglas (wife, deceased); Heather Douglas (daughter); Pamela Doug-las (niece); Camille Benally (foster daughter)
Base of Operations: Red Rock, Xitaung; formerly C.I.T.T.; Knowhere; Monster Isle; Titan
Past Group Affiliations: Ally of Eve Bakian; formerly Legion of the Unliving, Infinity Watch, Secret De-fenders, United Front, Selects of the Phalanx, Guardians of the Galaxy, Nova Corps
Present Group Affiliation:

KNOWN POWERS:
Immortality: Drax could not be slain by physical means. However, Drax could be Slammed or Stunned by physical attacks. Drax could be killed only by mental attack.
  • Body Resistance: Monstrous (75)
  • Invulnerable - Heat, Cold, Electricity, Radiation, Toxins, And Disease: CL 1000
  • Life Support: Unearthly (100)
  • Recovery: Unearthly (100)
  • Regeneration: Unearthly (100)
Force Blasts: Drax could fire beams of Amazing (50) power and range (Force attack) from his hands.

Flight: Drax could fly at Class 1000 speeds in space but was limited to Monstrous (75) speed while in a planet’s atmosphere.

EQUIPMENT:
Power Gem: The power gem boosts Drax's statistics to the level listed above. Other powers due to the power gem's presence are quite likely, but as yet unrevealed. His original physical statistics were:
  • F: Gd A: Ex S: In E: Am, Health: 120
TALENTS: Resist Domination

CONTACTS: Adam warlock, Silver Surfer

HISTORY
When Thanos was resurrected by Mistress Death, Kronos chose to re-animate the Destroyer as well to again combat his mad grandson, and granted him with even greater physical power. However, Titan's God did not take the means of Drax's death into account, and the Destroyer's mind retained the dam-age done by Moondragon. Despite this setback, following Thanos' defeat and the subsequent breakup of the Infinity Gauntlet, Drax was chosen by Adam Warlock to safeguard the Power Gem as part of the Infinity Watch. The team, led by Adam Warlock and consisting of Gamora, Pip the Troll and Moondragon, settled in Monster Island, the sovereign nation ruled by the Mole Man. Drax was the most innocent of the group, due to his childlike mentality, and he was very useful to the team as their muscle.

To Drax's rage, Thanos appeared in Monster Isle seeking the Watch's help. Apparently, Warlock's evil side, the Magus, had once again become a threat to the universe. The Watch agreed to help Thanos in order to defend the universe from the Magus and his doppelgängers, and Drax became an instrumental part in helping to stop him. In the end, Magus was banished into Soul World, but Warlock was put into a coma.

Drax spent his time doing playful things on Monster Island. Moondragon would come and talk to him once and while, and ask questions about his past, but Drax didn't know the answers. One day, one of Moondragon's triggered Drax's memory of his death, which caused him to go on a temper tantrum in Nevada. There, he fought with the Hulk briefly before going back home. Soon after that, War-lock woke up from his coma, and Drax joined him and the Watch in battling Mephisto, Count Abyss, and Maxam.

The Infinity Watch was called upon once again to save the universe from a threat known as the Goddess, Warlock's good side. However, Moondragon and Gamora were captured and mentally enslaved by the Goddess, and with Warlock nowhere to be found, Drax and Pip had to seek help from Mr. Fantastic and Earth's heroes. They joined their side, and were forced to fight heroes who were being controlled by the Goddess. Drax fought Thor, but the Goddess was successfully defeated by Warlock and Thanos before one of them could emerge victorious.

Following this, the Watch returned home to Monster Island where they remained in peace for a while. Not long after, it was discovered that Thor had become mentally unstable and had attacked Silver Surfer. Warlock asked the Watch to stay behind while he checked it out, but after quite some time, Pip got impatient and asked Drax to help him defeat Thor. The mere mention of Thor got Drax enraged, so Pip teleported the Watch to Thor's location, where Warlock was nowhere to be seen. Drax and Thor fought, and Thor emerged victorious and even took the Power Gem from Drax. The team eventually caught up with Adam Warlock, who had partnered himself with Silver Surfer and Doc-tor Strange. They all traveled to Asgard to seek aid from Odin, but they were intercepted by trolls and Asgardian warriors. They even had to enlist the help of Thanos to get to Odin, but after all the fighting, Odin cured Thor, and Asgard was indebted to the Watch.

Drax assisted Warlock in many battles. Towards the Watch's final months of operation, he'd engage in battle against the Avengers, Count Abyss' army, and many others, but during the quiet days of the Watch, he'd get very bored, and so he'd attract unwarranted attention by finding his own adventures. His physical power and pure spirit would even get him called upon by Silver Surfer and the Secret Defenders to help them fight their enemies. In Warlock's attempt to help the soul of Firelord, the Watch battled Domitian, and in that battle, Moondragon was almost killed. A blast by the enemy sent her into a coma. After the battle, Drax stayed by her side for days and was acting strangely. It was almost like his childlike brain was maturing.

A few days later, Gamora left the Watch and the Time Gem was granted upon Maxam. Maxam would attack Warlock later, but was saved by a still mentally functional Moondragon. The Infinity Gems later disappeared without any trace or any clue as to who took them. With Gamora, Maxam, and the Infinity Gems gone, the Watch dis-banded. Warlock went off to search for the gems, which left only Drax, Pip and a comatose Moondragon on Earth.

Afterwards, Drax returned to Titan with Moondragon, who successfully petitioned Kronos to restore Drax's mind to its former acuity, at the cost of some physical power. Thus, Drax was restored to his former self.

A short time later, Drax was accused of the murder of Elysius and several other individuals. Warlock, along with Gamora, Pip, and Genis, tracked Drax down and subdued him in time to find that the real culprit was the re-animated corpse of the original Captain Marvel. Using his soul-gem, Warlock traced the being controlling the corpse, a creature within the Negative Zone known as Syphon who was using the Nega-Bands as a conduit. Felled by a backlash of psychic energy, Warlock was unable to stop the transfer of the Nega-Bands to the unconscious Drax, who flew off into space. Warlock then gathered his allies and pursued Drax, finding that Syphon was using Drax and the bands to rip a portal into the Negative Zone, a portal which threatened the structure of the Uni-verse. Summoning all of his strength, Warlock yanked Drax free and removed the Nega-Bands, causing the portal to shrink. But, before the portal could completely close, Syphon yanked Warlock into the negative zone, and in front of the audience of Blastaar and Annihilus, Syphon took Warlocks gem, and used it to re-open the portal. Warlock recovered, and fought back, but without his soul-gem he had little chance of subduing both Blastarr and Annihilus before Syphon was successful. Fortunately, Drax arrived with Pip, Gamora, and Genis (who was once more possessor of the Nega-Bands) in tow. As his friends fought on, Warlock went on to damage Syphon's conqueror wheel, thus closing the portal once more. Syphon attempted to use the soul-gem to kill Warlock, but found his attack turned upon his own soul. He fought back long enough to flee his own body. War-lock again claimed the gem, and along with Drax and his other companions, returned to their Universe.

Drax's condition began to revert. His mass and strength climbed back to previous levels, and his mind became clouded once more. Finally, he sought out Moondragon, which led to an altercation with Genis-Vell, son of Mar-Vell and the new Captain Marvel. In the course of this struggle, Drax was transport-ed to the Microverse with Genis, where he was mistaken for the Hulk, who was at one point married to the previous princess. The new and current princess, Visalia made Drax her new prince, still thinking he was Hulk. When Genis tried to retrieve Drax from the city of Ka'i, the kingdom and Drax attacked him. Genis, with the help of a group of Microverse heroes known as the Microns, was able to eventually snap Drax out of his fake loyalty to Visalia when it was revealed that she was lying about her identity and her love for Drax the entire time. They defeated her in the end, but instead of leaving the Microverse, Drax decided to stay behind be-cause he felt like he was needed there.

Drax joined the Microns for a short time, and in that short time, he was manipulated by the Psycho-Man in order to release Fredd, Genis-Vell's evil twin, clone, future self from an alternate dimension. He fought the Microns for a while, but Genis-Vell defeated Fredd and Psycho-Man, thus releasing Drax from his emotional manipulation. He remained in the Microverse for quite some time after that.

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Drax the Destroyer III

F IN(40)
A RM(30)
S AM(50)
E AM(50)
R EX(20)
I TY(6)
P RM(30)

Health: 170
Karma: 56
Resources: TY (6)
Popularity: 10

BACKGROUND
Real Name: Arthur Sampson Douglas
Occupation: Guardian of the Power Stone; former real estate agent, agent of Kronos, and bounty hunter.
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States, presumed deceased
Identity: Secret
Other Known Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Burbank, California
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Yvette Steckley Douglas (wife, deceased); Heather Douglas (daughter); Pamela Douglas (niece); Camille Benally (foster daughter)
Base of Operations: Red Rock, Xitaung; formerly C.I.T.T.; Knowhere; Monster Isle; Titan
Past Group Affiliations: Ally of Eve Bakian; formerly Legion of the Unliving, Infinity Watch, Secret De-fenders, United Front, Selects of the Phalanx, Guardians of the Galaxy, Nova Corps
Present Group Affiliation:

KNOWN POWERS:
Immortality: Drax could not be slain by physical means. However, Drax could be Slammed or Stunned by physical attacks. Drax could be killed only by mental attack.
  • Body Resistance: Incredible (40)
  • Invulnerable - Heat, Cold, Electricity, Radiation, Toxins, And Disease: CL 1000
  • Life Support: Unearthly (100)
  • Recovery: Unearthly (100)
  • Regeneration: Unearthly (100)
Superhuman Senses: Drax has proven to have a superhuman olfactory senses. This operates at Remarkable (30) level.

Obsession: When in the presence of his target, Thanos, Drax's mind was consumed by hatred, rage, and a single thought - kill Thanos! In this situation, apply a +1 CS to Drax’s FASE abilities as follows:
  • F: Am A: In S: Mn E: Mn Health: 240
EQUIPMENT:
Knives x2:
  • Material Strength: Unearthly (100)
  • Damage: Monstrous (75)
TALENTS: Martial Arts: B; Resist Domination; Weapons Specialist - knives

CONTACTS: Guardians of the Galaxy

HISTORY
Drax was later seen on a prison ship with Paibok, Lunatik, and the Blood Brothers after being accused of murdering 200,000 Skrulls. They were being transported to an inter-galactic prison when the ship crashed on Earth under mysterious circumstances and some prisoners, including Drax, escape. The four reunite after the crash, and the Blood Brothers get into a fight. They fight for some time, and for unknown reasons, Drax's intelligence would increase the more he fought, but if he wasn't fighting, his intelligence would go down. He fought for some time, until his head started hurting. The Blood Brothers, who were losing the fight, decided to go and look for Paibok and Lunatik who wandered into town.

Drax wandered through Alaska and confused a young girl named Cammi for his daughter, Heather. Cammi noticed this, and decided to trick Drax. She said that the Blood Brothers hurt her, so Drax fought them once again. While fighting, he encountered Paibok yet again. Paibok ruthlessly murdered him, by stabbing him through the head. Cammi went up to Paibok, and asked if she could have the body, and he said no. However, she told one of the Blood Brothers that Paibok allowed her to have it, so the Blood Brother carried the body of Drax near a river. Drax's corpse would smoke for hours while Cam-mi watched.

Drax later emerged with a new, slightly smaller body and with a higher intelligence, but still with all the rage and skill of his previous self. Drax said that he and Cammi shared a connection that he could not explain. She said that Drax needed pants, so they brought him into town to get pants. The two would bicker but would remain at each other's side until Drax decided to kill the aliens who attacked him. He went to the area where the aliens made slaves of the townspeople in order to build a rocket ship out of there. He killed Lunatik first, and then one Blood Brother. He encountered Paibok who took Cammi hostage, but decided that fighting him would be a wasted of time. After Drax saved the town from his fellow prisoners, he and Cammi were taken onto another working prison ship.

Surviving Annihilus' attack on the intergalactic prison known as the Kyln, Drax and Cammi teamed up with the last member of the Xandarian Nova Corps, Richard Rider. Together they fought against the advancing Annihilation Wave. Drax taught Nova the power of concentration so that he might contain the entire Nova force. Moreover, Nova asked Drax to teach him an important lesson: How to destroy.

During a doomed battle between the Annihilation Wave and the Unit-ed Front on Daedalus 5, Drax stayed behind to fight off the invaders while Nova and the rest of the group (including Cammi) finished the evacuation. Drax fought his way to one of the Annihilation Wave's ships in his quest for Thanos. He found the Titan at-tempting to release Galactus from his prison on Annihilus' mother ship. Before Thanos could release Galactus using his unique energy signature, Drax broke through Thanos' defensive shield and punched a hole through the Titan's chest. Drax then realized that they could "trick" the security system into shutting off by using the Silver Surfer, which succeeded. Once Galactus was freed, he teleported Moondragon and Drax to a far-off planet to spare them from his wrath on the Annihilation Wave. Afterwards, Moondragon said Drax just "disappeared", heavily implying she was covering for him.

After the events of the Annihilation war, the Kree Empire was invaded and cut off from the rest of the uni-verse by the Phalanx, led by Ultron. Drax was hunted down and captured by former allies Gamora and Richard Rider, who were assimilated into the Phalanx by the trans-mode virus. Drax was likewise infected with the same virus and was dispatched to hunt down Nova, along with Gamora, after Rider re-gained control of his mind thanks to the Nova force inside him. The pair tracked Nova all the way back to the Phalanx's home world of Kvch where they are all cured of the virus by the Technarch mutant Warlock and his ward Tyro.

Armed with the knowledge of how to beat the Phalanx and cure the virus, Nova, Gamora, Drax, War-lock, and Tyro breached the barrier surrounding the Kree Empire and assisted a recently resurrected Ad-am Warlock and the new Quasar (Phyla-Vell) in destroying Ultron. Drax became a member of the newly formed Guardians of the Galaxy, led by Star-Lord and served along-side such characters as Phyla-Vell, Adam Warlock, Rocket Raccoon, and Gamora. He was one of the team's more grim and solitary figures, but was a force of destruction which bailed them out of many predicaments in the team's first few missions.

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