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Offline Sasquatch421

Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #50 on: November 21, 2015, 01:41:05 PM »
I'm currently writing up the Warren's sheet and hopefully should have him finished tonight. After doing some thinking, I would like to do Rina Logan as a second character if it was alright. Possibly age her up a bit, though if a MC2 character doesn't work I might have an alternate in mind...

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Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #51 on: November 21, 2015, 07:07:34 PM »
== Character Bio ==

== Personal Information ==
Legal Name: Scott Summers
Alias: Cyclops
Age: 18
Sexuality: Heterosexual
Part of New York Residing In: Greenwich Village Studio Apartment (and boy does he hate it)

== Physical Description == 
6'0" and physically built, at the peak of youthful pride and ability.

== Persona ==
Originally defeated and upset about what he eventually became, he has learned to accept it and is not the upset with his 'future' self.  Learning what he has about his mentor and father figure Charles Xavier, Scott is in no mood to go back in time and have his mind wiped and repeat the same failure's as his present self.  He'll stay here, and do a better job then the bitter old man he would one day become ever could.           

== Key Skills ==
Cyclops has the power to emit beams of energy from his eyes described as an "optic blast." The beams have the appearance of red light (i.e., electromagnetic radiation in a red wavelength); however, they do not give off heat and instead deliver concussive force without recoil. The beams are tremendously powerful and can be used to rupture steel plates and pulverize rock.  He is able to control the width, height and intensity of the beam allowing to gain either a wider target range, or focus the beam to tightly enough to punch a hole through a coin.  He has great control and accuracy of this and is even able to reflect it off certain objects and surfaces with a very high degree of success.  His spacial awareness is excellent, assisting in this aspect of his fighting, but also in hand to hand as well as flying, and battlefield command.  All fields which Scott excels at and is scene as one the most talented (or dangerous on depending on your point of view) leaders in the world.

Having been trained by the X-men Scott is in peak physical condition and is a rather large threat even without his powers.  A situation he has had to face a few times before and still come out successful.  He is able to survive in harsh conditions, knowing how to keep alive and save despite external factors.

== Advantages ==
Having been trained by the X-men Scott is in peak physical condition and is a rather large threat even without his powers.  A situation he has had to face a few times before and still come out successful.  He is able to survive in harsh conditions, knowing how to keep alive and save despite external factors.

== Disadvantages ==
 Pride is Scott's biggest weakness.  When he thinks an action right, there is nothing in the world that can stop him or change he his mind.  He has more than once come in conflict with very close friends over matters and has been entirely unwilling to back down or comprimse despite all possible negotiation.  Besides that rather large character flaw, Scott is also not perfect, and has made mistakes before that have cost his friends lives.  A lot of these memories haunt him, and it is one of his earliest memories (or rather a series of childhood events) that make he can not open his eyes without his optical blast coming forth.  This a psychosomatic issue, not a physical one, and until Scott comes to terms with all the tragic events in his life, he will never be in full control of his power.  Do to his pride, odds are he will never truly confront his demons.

== Background ==

The path of Scott Summers of this universe seemingly followed the same of his Earth-616 counterpart until the day when Beast from an alternate future traveled to their universe in order to inform them they needed to return with him to the future. Scott and the rest of the X-Men accompanied him to a "future" where Scott had killed Xavier, and Jean was dead (with the school now named after her). The shock of this caused Jean's dormant telepathic powers to surface.  While confronting the "future" Cyclops, Jean read his mind and was incredibly disturbed at what she had seen. This caused her to reject Scott. Under Jean's leadership, the team decided to stay in this time until its problems were resolved.

Cyclops found himself shunned by the X-Men and other students at the school, and constantly under the watchful eye of Wolverine who was considering killing Scott to stop the older Scott from ever killing Xavier. He decided to leave the school and stole Wolverine's motorcycle. Wolverine chased him down to bring him back to the school, but Cyclops evaded him by blasting him away, continuing his escape. He traveled to a bank where he had kept a deposit box, hoping his future self had kept it. Guards at the bank were alerted to his presence, believing him to be his future self, and attempted to arrest him.

Mystique disguised as Wolverine arrived and freed Cyclops, telling him she was an old friend of Professor Xavier, and told him that he alone could stop and kill his future self. She also told him that Wolverine had corrupted the school and was using it to turn the children into killing machines and that he was the only one that could set it back on track. When the real Wolverine arrived, Mystique escaped, but not before urging Cyclops to start keeping a list of mutants and their powers. Cyclops returned to the school with the real Wolverine.

When Cyclops' future self came to the School in order to find recruits for his X-Men, the young Angel left with him, to young Cyclops' dismay.

Cyclops and the other past X-Men were placed under the tutelage of Kitty Pryde, with whom they were to continue their training. Cyclops continued to uncover more and more about his future, including his marriage to Jean. He eventually uncovered the truth about Mystique, and foiled her scheme to buy Madripoor with the other X-Men.

During a mission to subdue a new mutant, Cyclops, the original X-Men and Kitty Pryde came under attack by Sentinels. They were assisted by the arrival of adult Cyclops and his team, and together they defeated the Sentinels. During the battle however, past Cyclops took a hit, and was briefly clinically dead, causing his future self to blink out of existence. After being healed by Triage, Cyclops recovered and his future self returned. Shortly after that, a team of "X-Men" arrived from the future, to tell the X-Men of the present that the past X-Men needed to return to their own time. Jean sensed that these "X-Men" were hiding something, and tried to urge her companions to flee. Cyclops was the only one that trusted her enough to leave, and the two escaped.  After escaping, the two were able to find refuge with adult Cyclops.  The future "X-Men" were revealed to be a future Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, after Magik, past Beast, and past Iceman traveled to their future and brought the real future X-Men back.

In a last attempt to accomplish their goal of re-writing history, the Brotherhood instead transported all of the X-Men to Camp Hammond, the site of the X-Men's very first mission. Here, they were attacked by SHIELD who were revealed to have their own Sentinels. The X-Men beat back the assault, and the future Brotherhood was defeated.

Angry that Wolverine's X-Men didn't trust her, and grateful to Cyclops' X-Men for believing in her, Kitty led the X-Men of the past into joining Cyclops' X-Men.

After Jean Grey was abducted by the Shi'ar to be put on trial for the crimes her future self committed, Scott and the rest of the X-Men, along with the Guardians of the Galaxy, went to Chandilar in order to rescue her.  During this adventure, Scott encountered the father of his future self, Corsair, and decided to leave the X-Men in order to explore space with him once Jean was rescued.

Cyclops starts to doubt his decision to leave Earth, Jean Grey and his X-companions, instead of facing his problems. When he and the Starjammers encounter, and defeat, a hostile Badoon ship, he realizes that what he needs is to be by his father's side. Corsair and Cyclops then take the captured Badoon ship on a discovery journey in space.

After reuniting with the X-Men while investigating the Black Vortex alongside the Guardians of the Galaxy, Scott rejoined them when they returned to Earth.

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Offline Sasquatch421

Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #52 on: November 21, 2015, 11:42:47 PM »

== Character Bio ==

== Personal Information ==
Legal Name: Warren Worthington III
Alias: Angel
Age: 18
Sexuality: Straight
Part of New York Residing In: New Charles Xavier School for Mutants

== Physical Description ==

He stands at 6 foot tall and weighs in at 150 pounds. His body is lean without an ounce of excess body fat due to his mutation. Warren has short blond hair, blue eyes and used to have large wings of white feathers emerging from his back. However with his power-up Warren’s wings are now 16 feet of charged cosmic energy. The colors of these new wings vary for some strange reason.

== Persona == 

Warren Worthington III is someone who embraces the unique aspects of his personality more than most. Growing up in a highly structured, highly ideal world there is often little means of distinguishing one's self from the crowd. Warren from an early age had a need to be more than just another rich boy. He had no clear identity and for that reason, he clashed with the ridged set of rules his parents laid out for him. This gives him a somewhat rebellious and arrogant personality.

But what really helps contrast these traits are the lingering effects his mother's illness had. Beyond the emotional toil he had to endure, he grew close to her and stood by her while she suffered and died at the hands of forces nobody could control. This is an important development for Warren because he comes from a world where he and everybody like him are used to getting what they want no matter what the cost may be. In the case of his mother it didn't matter how rich they were or how many of the best doctors they had working with them. It was not enough to save his mother. In that sense Warren went through a similar experience that Charles Xavier went through when he found that having wealth and influence didn't set him apart from anybody else. It humbled him to a point where he understood that humanity is fragile and it can't always be protected by wealth and prestige.

From here, his powers gave him an opportunity to do more than his money could ever do. He became a hero, saving lives in a way that involved more than just throwing money at the issue. This resonated strongly with him because it is very much a part of his Angel persona. He almost feels obligated to behave in a way that people would associate with real angels. This resonates strongly with him and plays a major role in how he comes to embrace Professor Charles Xavier's ways. As part of the X-men he can do even more. It does not bother him that he is risking his family wealth and the prestigious world that awaits him because to him having an identity is more important. The identity of Angel has become such a big part of his psyche that to not be this way is like being a caged bird. And as evidenced by the rejection of his father's ultimatum, he has made it clear that he will not be caged.

Overall, that touch of arrogance works together with his embracement of his Angel identity to make him dedicated and adamant believer in the X-men. To him being part of the team isn't just a means to express who and what he is. It's a way for him to pursue his own path that is very different from the one his family laid out for him. Because this path is one that he chose on his own, he is much more certain about the direction of his life and can dedicate much more of his energy and passion into being what he wants to be.

== Key Skills ==

Warren is a mutant, granted with the following abilities:

   Aerial Adaptation: Angel's entire anatomy is naturally adapted to flying. His bones are hollow, his body processes food more efficiently than a normal human body and does not store any excess fat, and he possesses a greater proportionate muscle mass than normal. As a result, his strength, speed, agility, flexibility, endurance, reflexes, coordination, balance, eyesight and hearing are at their peak. Elements of his anatomy are comparable to those of birds, especially birds of prey. His eyes can withstand high-speed winds which would damage the average human eye. He can breathe at high velocities or altitudes, and he can cope with the reduced temperatures at high altitudes for prolonged periods of time, giving him a greater-than-normal capacity to endure low temperatures in areas such as the Arctic.

   Wings: Angel possesses the superhuman ability to fly by means of his wings, which span sixteen feet from wingtip to wingtip. Fully feathered like a bird's, the wings have a very flexible skeletal structure, enabling him to press them to the back of his torso and legs with only the slightest bulge visible under his clothing. Angel flies by flapping his wings, as a bird does. The strength in his natural wings can easily break a man's arm or leg, or even put someone through a wall.

      Flight: The Angel's normal cruising speed averages around 70 miles per hour (112 kph), though he is capable of diving swoops that reach up to 180 miles per hour (290 kph). He can fly at 150 miles per hour (240 kph) without the help of a tail wind for up to half an hour at a time before tiring to an appreciable degree. Though he generally flies beneath the height of the clouds ([6,500 feet)(1981 meters)he can reach a height of 10,000 feet (3000 meters)with little effort. With severe strain he can attain the highest recorded altitude of a bird in flight (African geese at 29,000 feet (8840 meters) above sea level), but he could only remain that high for several minutes.

Black Vortex Empowerment: As result of being under the cosmic power of the corrupting Black Vortex Warren gained a whole new list of abilities of a similar yet radicalized variation of his future selves celestial tech powers, growing powerful enough to shatter the Kree home-world's defenses with ease.

   Cosmic Wings: Having been altered by the vortex had infused Warrens wingspan with celestial energies enabling him faster than light travel through space.

      Cosmic Energy: Angel can discharge enough cosmic energy from his wings in order to eviscerate planetary fleets.

   Self-Sustenance: Angel doesn't need to breathe while he's flying through the cosmos in his empowered form.

   Celestial Tech-like Armor: His transformation enables the cladding of otherworldly materials onto himself enabling the better channeling of his new cosmic power.

   Energy Swords: These new powers allows him to conjure a pair of energized blades with which he can apparently cleave through anything.

== Advantages ==

   Expert Combatant: Angel is a skilled combatant, especially in aerial hand-to-hand combat. He is at peak physical strength for his age.

== Disadvantages == 

   He has a weakness for beautiful women.

== Background ==

   The path of Warren Worthington of this universe seemingly followed the same of his Earth-616 counterpart until the day when Beast from an alternate future traveled to their universe in order to inform them they needed to return with him to the future. Despite Warren's reluctance, the team accompanied Beast to a future where Cyclops had killed Charles Xavier, and Jean Grey was dead as well (with the school now named after her). After the team had confronted the future Cyclops and helped save the life of the future Beast, the team (under Jean's leadership) decided to stay. Warren was the most reluctant on this decision, believing it could only lead to disaster (and also didn't want to know anything about his future self). Despite this, he agreed to stay until the problems in the time were solved.

   Later, Warren did meet his future self and was incredibly confused as to how he had become this way (particularly about his metal wings). Meeting his future self, and the fact that no one was willing to explain to him why he had come to be that way, Warren panicked and attempted to return to his time alone. Jean Grey used her powers to alter Warren's emotions and calm him down, to the dismay of the other X-Men.

   Despite this, Warren continued to doubt the mission of his fellow X-Men, and the future School, doubting the truth of future Beast's statements of impending mutant genocide at the hands of future Cyclops. When future Cyclops and his X-Men came to the School to look for recruits, Warren decided join them, telling the others that they were the only ones fighting for mutantkind in this future.

   The rest of the team later joined Cyclops' team as well, following the conflict between Wolverine's X-Men and the future versions of the X-Men and Brotherhood at Cape Citadel.

Black Vortex

   After retrieving the Black Vortex from his father, Mister Knife, Star-Lord and Kitty Pryde gathered both the Guardians of the Galaxy and the X-Men at Spartax to decide what to do with such a powerful item. The heroes were tracked down by Mister Knife's cosmically-empowered Slaughter Lords and overpowered.

   Gamora submitted to the Black Vortex in order to face the Slaughter Lords, and be able to escape to Spartax's moon with her allies. Beast and Angel submitted to the Black Vortex, and accompanied Gamora in a journey to attempt to empower the entire universe. However, at the first planet they stopped they were assaulted by the Accuser Corps, who took the Vortex from them. In retaliation, they attacked Hala. A cosmically-empowered Ronan managed to force them to flee to a distant planet.

   Magik and Rocket Raccoon later tracked them down and talked sense into them, so they could help them fight J'son and his Slaughter Lords. After J'son recovered the Vortex and used its power on Thane to encase the entirety of Spartax in an amber construct, the heroes got the Vortex back and used it on X-Man Kitty Pryde so she could use her now-enhanced phasing powers to phase Spartax through the amber construct and save the planet. Before getting rid of the Vortex, some of the cosmically empowered heroes decided to remove their cosmic powers, Angel wasn't one of them.

 == Character Extras =

= Face Claim: =

Alex Pettyfer
 
Ons: Beautiful Women, people that understand him, romance

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Online Chulanowa

Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #53 on: November 22, 2015, 05:08:09 AM »
You were all warned this might happen.


== Character Bio ==

== Personal Information ==
Legal Name: Rocket.
Alias: ...Yup. Still Rocket.
Age: Stasis cages make that a pretty good question, don't they?
Sexuality: Smoothskin-curious. Also heterosexual.
Part of New York Residing In: Keeps a personal space in the basement of a Brooklyn pizzeria. Otherwise, doesn't much care.

== Physical Description == 
   Rocket Raccoon is, as the name might imply, a raccoon. Mostly. He's furry, has the mask and ears and stripey tail and all that. But he's also four feet tall, more comfortable on two legs, and wears clothing. His face is surprisingly expressive, maybe more than the average earthperson's, with all the added features it has. His physique is lean and agile, but under the clothing are the dense, taut muscles of a wild animal. Said clothes are almost always of a purely practical nature; it's not that Rocket dislikes fancy clothes, it's just that finding them in his size, and then keeping them from catching on fire is something of a hassle. He does have an unhealthy interest in fedoras.

== Persona == 
   About what you would expect of a four-foot cybernetic raccoon with a gun fetish, really. He's seen some of the best and worst things the universe has to offer, and likes to project a rude, antisocial "tough guy" exterior.  There are times it slips though, and you can get a glimpse at a creature that didn't ask for the life it was forced into. Just don't mention it, because really, he's a four-foot raccoon with a gun fetish.

   Rocket deeply, almost desperately values friendship. He's taken a lot of kicks to the muzzle over the years, and anyone who shows loyalty ad friendship all through that sort of thing is someone he values. As for the people doing the kicking, well, they end up missing the offending limb 

   By now Rocket has gotten used to the fact that outside of Halfworld, most of the universe seems to be made of smoothskins, at least when it's not made of horrible bug-people, eldritch tentacle-y abominations, or beigns of infinite energy. Given the options, he'll go with the smoothskins, thanks. it doesn't stop him from taking the occasional (as in, frequent) jabs at his big monkey companions, though.     

== Key Skills ==
• Rocket is a skilled pilot, and can figure out how to fly just about anything, given a few minutes and a little trial and error. If it doesn't fly, he can probably find a way to get it airborne anyway.

• In a similar vein, he's an able mechanic, and is at his best when cobbling improbable things out of unlikely scraps.
He owns all seven seasons of MacGuyver on Blu-Ray.

• Guns? Explosives? Artillery? Oooooh yeeeaaaaahhhh. Though he prefers energy weapons, he's not too shabby un unarmed combat. so long as you consider teeth, claws, and fifty-five pounds of procyon fury as "unarmed." You'll probably live through it, only to die of the shame.

• Despite it all, Rocket possesses a keen and tactical mind which when paired with his no-bullshit attitude and quick wit, make him a competent leader. Probably not any team's first choice, but you' be surprised how often the first choice ends up captured in some deranged parallel dimension. second place is still placing!

== Advantages ==
• Rocket possesses all the attributes and abilities of, well, a raccoon. Keen hearing and smell, with a hyperactive sense of touch. He's also got excellent night vision, and every joint is double. He can climb as fast as he can run, possesses sharp claws and teeth, and his small size and light weight make him quite stealthy, on those rare occasions he wants to be. He is also the state animal of Tennessee.

• In addition, the cybernetics and physical alterations to his body make him stronger than his size would indicate, and vastly more durable than a natural raccoon. It also means he can't get through airport security. He's also slightly magnetic, and erases cassette tapes as a party trick.

• Rocket is able to understand the language of Flora colossus. This has probably been more helpful than he actually thinks it is.

• He's sassy. C'mon, he's a raccoon who shoots things, you have to take what you can get.

• Also fluffy. And with that, this barrel is thoroughly scraped.

== Disadvantages == 
• Rocket's kind of a jerkass. he finds humor in the misfortune of others, especially if he's caused it. He tends to take paths of least resistance, unless resistance lets him tell someone to screw off. It's not that he's unlikable, or doesn't make friends. it's just that the galaxy has spit in his face so often that he's had to erect a crispy crunchy shithead shell around his soft nougat center.

• Rocket pretends to be greedy. This is to cover up the fact that he's a kleptomaniac. Which makes a good excuse for also actually being greedy. See disadvantage #1 if this isn't making sense.

• Rocket has what you might call impulse management issues. Besides the habitual pocketing of shiny things (or things he thinks he can make explode. Ir pawn off to buy either of those) he's also prone to vice. You'd be amazed how much whiskey a raccoon can pack away. You probably won't be surprised to know how little whiskey it takes to turn a 55-pound carnivore with a love of firearms into a real problem. His greed is also countered by a gambling habit.

• He's a small furry mammal that weighs under two stone whio hangs out with people who look like Rob Liefeld designed their physiques. Much like Rodney Dangerfield, he don't get no respect. Also you'd be surprised how many people are more freaked out by a talking raccoon than they are a blue man with no pupils, a tail, and a german accent. Maybe the guns don't help.

• It turns out that being the state animal of Tennessee isn't much of an advantage after all.

== Background ==
   Rocket's origin is on the planet known as halfworld, where hyper-intelligent robots genetically and cybernetically engineered companion animals to be the caretakers of an ancient civilization's planetary insane asylum. The creatures developed their own civilization with an economy centered around making toys in exchange for animal crackers.
   But then things get a little strange.
   Halfworld was shielded from the rest of the galaxy by a force known as the Galacian Wall. It was designed by the aforementioned ancient civilization to keep their lunatics and their pets safe. Out of fuckin' nowhere he comes the Jolly green Giant smashing through that forcefeild (evidently "smash" is his middle and last name.) Naturally seeing the opportunity of a two-ton green monkey with anger management issues, Rocket enlisted the Hulk in a rescue operation to retrieve some hostages and the Gideon Bible.
   What's the Gideon Bible? Don't worry, it's not important.
   And then there was the time that Rocket had to fight off an army of killer robot clowns developed by a mole overlord, resulting in a near death-by-vacuum cleaner. The end result of that was Halfworld's toy moguls turning on Rocket and his friends. Wait, that sounds less threatening than it should. How about the all-controlling economic factions engaged in bloody corporate warfare with each other set their differences aside and put cross hairs on said raccoon and said raccoon's friends? I'll bet you're wondering what kind of mushrooms Bill Mantlo puts on his pizza right about now, huh?
   Since then, Rocket has toured the galaxy both aboard his own ship, and those of others. he's been jailed, hailed, and even de-tailed. Currently he's slumming with some knucklehead smoothskins (and a tree stump) calling themselves the Guardians of the Galaxy. I need a drink.   

 == Character Extras =
Welcome to the internet

   Make that two drinks.

= Face Claim: =
   None. But he needs that guy's eye. no really! it's important to him.
 
Ons:
• Tough chicks.
• Furry chicks.
• Ear-scritchings.
• Guns.
• Competence.
• Busty women who like to hug furry things.
• Hugs, in general.
• Seriously, he could use a hug.
• Cunnilingus. What, is everything a joke to you?

Offs:
• Anyone who insists he's just like some animal from wherever the hell they come from.
• Whining
• Askervarian chicks. even the tough ones. Yeesh!
• Anything that a raccoon or Peter Quill wouldn't do. Use your own imagination people.
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Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #54 on: November 22, 2015, 05:37:26 AM »
Has anyone dropped a claim on Wanda and Gwen yet?

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Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #55 on: November 22, 2015, 02:38:45 PM »
-peers.-  Would Jubilee be a possible option to play?  Her or Red Sonja?

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Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #56 on: November 22, 2015, 02:50:21 PM »
Jubilee Yes....Red Sonja....hmmm I dunno....how would you make it work her been in modern day new York?

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Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #57 on: November 22, 2015, 03:09:58 PM »
Jubilee Yes....Red Sonja....hmmm I dunno....how would you make it work her been in modern day new York?

Time Displacement? Her and Conan had an adventure that ended with Sonja being sucked through an energy vortex and spat out in modern day New York.

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« Reply #58 on: November 22, 2015, 03:13:09 PM »
There's also the reincarnation option.  It's happened before.

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Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #59 on: November 22, 2015, 03:14:30 PM »
Or, just to make things extra amusing, she could take over Mary Jane Watson again, like she's done a couple of times.

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Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #60 on: November 22, 2015, 03:15:21 PM »
Hey Silk, you might want to modify the opening post. Give people popping an accurate summation of who has claimed what.

Unless you guys didn't like my Squirrel Girl in which case:


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Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #61 on: November 22, 2015, 03:46:59 PM »
I want to hate The Squirrel...But I can't!

Damn you awesome Canadian Sci-Fi!

Ya, I just plugged my own country, deals bitches.

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Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #62 on: November 22, 2015, 03:59:17 PM »
I have no problem with Canadian Sci-fi. Honestly, I was just super glad to see David Hewlett in something again, and it was awesome to see Joseph Mallozzi back at work. Dudes were great in Stargate Atlantis. Hewlett especially deserves way more roles.

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Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #63 on: November 22, 2015, 04:16:32 PM »
I'm finally home from Baltimore thank God. I'm gonna start on my apps tonight. Probably have them finished sometime tomorrow or Tuesday. And I think I may have found my Amadeus Cho.



Ryan Potter aka Mike Fukanaga from "Supah Ninjas"

Also yeah he's gonna definitely flirt with SG...like a lot.

Offline SilkNSatanTopic starter

Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #64 on: November 22, 2015, 05:00:52 PM »
Characters who have been claimed are.

AVENGERS:

Cap America Sam Wilson
Iron Man
Thor/Jane
Nova
Hulk/Cho
Black Widow
Winter Solider
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Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #65 on: November 22, 2015, 06:06:14 PM »
I would like to claim The Vision. o7 Will begin working on a bio.

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« Reply #66 on: November 22, 2015, 06:10:19 PM »
Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers)
== Character Bio ==

== Personal Information ==
Legal Name: Carol Susan Jane Danvers
Alias: Captain Marvel
Age: 28
Sexuality: Formerly Heterosexual, now Homosexual (Closeted)
Part of New York Residing In: Avengers Tower

== Physical Description == 

Carol stands at about 5'11" and weighs roughly 165 lbs. She has a strong build, with a noticeable build of muscle. She's clearly a woman that enjoys her strength and fitness. She has features one might call more handsome than beautiful, but she does have her feminine allures and knows how to use them. A flat, tight tones stomach, with long, shapely legs, wide hips beneath a trimmed waist, and a modest bust. She holds herself with a military-trained discipline and posture, with confidence. Blonde hair is cut short, though at times when in her civilian persona she'll wear nearly impossibly detectable hair extensions for, well...The only reasons that matters is she does it because she can.

== Persona ==           

Carol is fiercely independent and self-reliant. She strongly believes that she can do anything she sets her mind to. She is an incredibly confident and strong-willed individual, despite the mental and physical tragedies that have befallen her. She has overcome incredible odds, both personally and professionally. She has a warrior spirit and a raw willpower that, by now, has become nigh-unbreakable. This personality trait has allowed her to endure physical and mental torture and to maintain both sanity and focus under extremely stressful and painful condition.

A warrior at heart, both her human and Kree experiences have shaped her perspectives and her personality. She thinks and responds as a trained soldier and warrior. This plays a strong role in how she reacts in various situations. She can be fierce, ruthless and brutal in battle. She does what needs to be done and this militaristic determination can sometimes come across as cold and callous. She is incredibly assertive, straight-forward and downright bold. Carol entered the military due to her almost obsessive love of airplanes and her dreams of flying. Despite her fierce will power, Carol is haunted and currently overwhelmed by the tragedies that make up her life. From the loss of her emotions and original powers at the hands of Rogue to the death of Mar-vell to her current shame about her alcoholism and status with the Avengers, Carol is wrestling with a lot of demons. She has tried various means of escaping these issues, from her time in space to her drinking and is now realizing that she has only compounded her problems and must start dealing with them.

Carol’s past battle with Rogue left her with a lifetime of memories without any emotional connections to them. She remembers friends, family and lovers but feels nothing for them beyond nostalgia. Carol’s emotional reality began anew after Xavier restored her memories and she finds it difficult and awkward to deal with her own past because of this. This causes Carol to seem distant and even cold with those who she was once very close with.

== Key Skills ==
  • Super Strength: While her strength has fluctuated through her career as a heroine, she's now hit a state where the only direction she can go is up. Recent tests by Avengers scientist Hank Pym have shown that her base strength level is still increasing. Even when not augmented by any additional energy, Carol can now lift 92 tons and strike with a similar level of force, and Pym has theorized that this is likely not her limit.
  • Super Speed: She has the ability move at supersonic speeds, making her literally too fast for the human eye to follow. She can achieve speeds of at least Mach-3 during atmospheric flight and has shown the ability to hit even greater velocities when the need arises.
  • Super Agility: Ms. Marvel possesses great superhuman agility and reflexes to compliment her superhuman speed. She can perform acrobatic feats far beyond that of the finest human athlete and easily evade bullet-speed projectiles.
  • Super Stamina: She can exert herself at maximum effort for up to 24 hours before tiring. During the Skrull Empire's assault on New York, Ms. Marvel single-handedly fought off a massive Skrull invasion force for an entire day without rest, successfully keeping the city out of enemy hands until reinforcements arrived. However, she is capable of channeling absorbed energy to further increase her stamina to higher levels.
  • Flight: As previously mentioned, Captain Marvel can fly at speeds of at least Mach-3 in the atmosphere. She is a highly agile flier and can turn on a dime in midair, even while traveling at great velocity. Since she is also a talented and highly-trained fighter pilot, Carol's advanced knowledge of flight mechanics and aerial combat allows her to easily outmaneuver most opponents in the air.
  • Invulnerability:She is impervious to most forms of damage and can absorb a tremendous amount of punishment without injury. She can survive unharmed in the cold vacuum of space. She is bullet-proof and such attacks merely bounce off her skin on contact. More powerful attacks such as rockets, mortar shells, and bombs are only slightly more effectual, due to the fact that she can absorb their explosive energy. She is unfazed by blows delivered from opponents weaker than her and can withstand blows even by those who are stronger, though continuous and repeated hits by opponents of such great strength can eventually wear her down. She is also impervious to most forms of energy attack, and in fact such attacks can make her stronger (see Energy Absorption, below).
  • Energy Absorption: Captain Marvel has the ability to absorb a wide variety of energy and utilize it to further augment her own super-strength, speed, invulnerability, energy projection, and other powers. This ability was not present before Carol became Binary, and could be an after-effect of having once been Binary (as Binary, Carol could absorb and wield energy equivalent to that of a binary star system). Extremely high-energy attacks may eventually overload Carol's absorbing ability, but she has shown that she can absorb and utilize energy up to the magnitude of a nuclear explosion. Carol has also shown an ability to absorb magical energy (though not without consequence), recently demonstrated when she helped Doctor Strange defeat a formidable magic-wielding villain named Warren Traveler.
  • Energy Projection: She can generate extremely powerful photon blasts, which are roughly equal in force to Iron Man's full-strength repulsor blasts. If she has absorbed a great amount of energy, Carol can generate even stronger energy blasts. Like her energy absorption power, Carol did not originally possess this ability prior to becoming Binary, though it has now become one of her signature powers.
  • Regeneration: In the event that Ms. Marvel suffers an attack that is actually powerful enough to overload both her invulnerability and her energy absorption power, she possesses a super-healing factor and is able to quickly regenerate from almost any injury. Her healing rate is accelerated even further if she is able to absorb and utilize external energy to aid in the process. She has fully recovered from nuclear explosions and attacks of similar magnitude in a matter of hours.
  • Danger Sense: One of Ms. Marvel's original powers was a precognitive sense, called her "seventh sense," which allowed her to subconsciously recognize danger before it occurred. It was this sense that triggered her early transformations from Carol Danvers to Ms. Marvel. Her seventh sense also allowed her to subconsciously predict an opponent's attacks before they made them, greatly enhancing her fighting and tactical prowess in battle. After Carol's original powers were stolen by Rogue, her seventh sense was lost, and because it was a subconscious power, Carol was uncertain whether it had returned even after regaining her powers. Eventually, certain incidents left no doubt that her seventh sense had since been restored.
  • Minor Molecular Control: Ms. Marvel possesses a limited degree of molecular control, which she can use to transform regular clothing into her Ms. Marvel costume and vice versa. This power works almost instantaneously.
  • Cosmic Awareness: As Binary, Carol possessed cosmic awareness, much like that of the Silver Surfer. She could visually perceive all types of energy patterns and was instantly aware of any significant disruptions in space. She seemingly lost her cosmic awareness after losing her Binary powers, though like her other Binary abilities, her cosmic awareness can re-emerge under the right circumstances.

    Apart from her powers, Ms. Marvel possesses many other skills and abilities that she developed on her own. Her advanced military training along with her Kree warrior skills naturally makes her a very dangerous hand-to-hand fighter. When used in combination with her many superhuman powers, she becomes a truly formidable adversary. As a CIA agent, Carol developed highly advanced espionage skills, including infiltration, surveillance, interrogation, and disguise. Traveling around the world as an intelligence agent she learned to speak several other languages, such as German and Japanese, as if they were her first language. After her time in the Air Force she became a renowned fighter pilot in the Marvel Universe, and is also skilled at flying aircraft and spacecraft built by the Kree. Her advanced flying knowledge is used to great effect when fighting enemies in the air.

    Because Carol's genetic structure was merged with Captain Mar-Vell's by the Kree Psyche-Magnitron, she has intimate knowledge of all aspects of the Kree race, including their language, culture, customs, politics, and technology. Though she is virtually half-Kree, she has never been emotionally tied to them, and sometimes has gone against Kree authority on certain matters. During her time as Binary she spent considerable time away from Earth, gathering valuable knowledge on other advanced alien races such as the Brood and the Shi’ar.

    A more artistic ability Carol possesses is her writing talent. She had been a freelance journalist for some time and was also a magazine editor in New York. She is an accomplished author and has published several books, including a popular science-fiction novel based on her deep space adventures with the Starjammers.

    Though it is usually understated in her civilian persona since she shuns glamor in favor of more comfortable clothes, Carol is an extremely attractive woman. Blonde-haired, blue-eyed, and with a curvaceous figure, she conforms to most standards of beauty. She is sometimes drawn as more muscular and solidly built than the thinner bodies of some other heroines, which is befitting of her military background of physical fitness and training. Her beauty combined with her strength, intelligence, and willpower has earned her loyalty and affection from many people in the Marvel Universe (as well as a few crushes), though this same beauty can lead some to underestimate her (to their detriment).
== Advantages ==

She is an expert combatant in hand-to-hand fighting skill, with various forms of military training and learning through experience to back her up. Similar training has also made her a crack shot. She's a skilled and inspiring leader, able to lead teams and develop plans and tactics to account for their strengths and weaknesses. She's also not above using her beauty to her own advantage, and twisting hapless men around her finger, even if events in her life have left her with little desire for anyone with a Y-chromosome in her life. Her rather extensive and varied career has left her with a number of contacts and resources spread through various governmental agencies, from NASA to the CIA to SHIELD, will favors she can call in.

== Disadvantages == 

She can be a bit bull-headed at times, and quick to anger if she thinks someone is treating her poorly just because she is a woman. Her increasing power level can also surprise her sometimes, and it is getting harder and harder for her to adjust properly to a non-hero, civilian life when not out saving the world. She's also a (poorly) recovering alcoholic, and her moods to have a drink strike her more often than she would like, but that is a secret she keeps from mostly everyone around her. She's also, to her own discredit, still relatively hesitant to fully trust her colleagues again, after they turned her back on her and ignored her plight when she was mind-controlled and raped by cosmic entities. It's a sad day, after all, when she would honestly prefer to work with Rogue over many of the other Avengers.

== Background ==

The History of Carol Danvers
Carol Danvers was born in Boston, Massachusetts, as the only girl among three children. Despite the fact that Carol was extremely bright and capable, more so than either of her brothers, her chauvinistic father refused to pay for her to attend college, preferring to spend the money on his sons instead. He insisted that Carol merely find a good husband to take care of her, a sexist notion that the fiercely independent Carol refused to accept.

Carol had always loved the idea of flying, and after she graduated from high school she decided to defy her father's wishes and joined the United States Air Force. She excelled in the Air Force, her skill as a jet fighter pilot so remarkable that her colleagues nicknamed her "Ace," and she quickly rose to the rank of Colonel.

Carol's exemplary performance in the Air Force brought her to the attention of the Central Intelligence Agency, who actively recruited her and trained her to become an elite field agent. As an agent of the CIA, Carol often teamed up with fellow agent Michael Rossi, and the two became romantically involved. She also teamed up with a Canadian agent named Logan (before he became Wolverine) and the two became good friends, saving each others lives during several dangerous missions, and it was even implied that they may have become more than friends at some point.

On one of her most important CIA missions, Carol had to infiltrate Soviet airspace alongside Logan and an American test pilot named Ben Grimm (before he became the Thing and a member of the Fantastic Four). The mission almost failed when they were intercepted by Soviet forces (led by the Black Widow) and forced to the ground. With a good amount of luck, the three managed to escape and succeeded in retrieving the mysterious metal which they had been sent to obtain. In the process, the trio formed a bond that would live on into their super-hero careers.

During what would prove to be her final CIA mission, Carol was captured by the KGB and held in Lubyanka prison, where she endured interrogation and torture. In defiance of government orders, Logan and Michael Rossi infiltrated Russia, broke into Lubyanka, and rescued Carol. The ordeal extinguished Carol's enthusiasm for being a CIA agent, so she decided to resign in order to pursue a different career.

Carol's impressive resume landed her a position as the head of security of NASA headquarters in Cape Canaveral. There she unexpectedly made the acquaintance of the Kree superhero Mar-Vell (known on Earth as Captain Marvel) and hints of a romance developed between the two. Carol's CIA background made her quite unafraid to put herself in potentially dangerous situations, and while on the job she found herself caught in the middle an epic battle between Captain Marvel and his Kree arch-enemy Yon-Rogg. Carol, who until then had always felt herself capable of handling anything, was a mere pawn in the struggle between the two super-powered combatants, and she hated feeling so helpless. During the conflict, Carol was exposed to the explosive radiation of an otherworldly Kree device called the Psyche-Magnitron, which had the power to turn thoughts into reality but whose radiation was lethal to humans. Captain Marvel shielded Carol from the bulk of the radiation with his own body, causing Carol's DNA to absorb much of his own genetic template. Carol's lifelong dreams of flight and her sudden wish to have powers like those of Captain Marvel completed the process, and her DNA was transformed into that of a superhuman member of the Kree race.

The result was that Carol emerged from the explosion with superhuman strength and durability, the ability to fly, fighting skills equal to that of a trained Kree warrior, and a precognitive "seventh sense" that allowed her to sense beforehand when danger or a crisis was about to occur. Carol become the super-heroine known as Ms. Marvel, and her first costume was based on the red-and-blue Kree uniform worn by Captain Marvel. Initially, Carol was not even aware of her superhuman alter-ego: When her seventh sense detected a crisis, she would fall unconscious and transform into Ms. Marvel in a burst of energy. As Ms. Marvel, she had no recollection of being Carol Danvers and was convinced that she had amnesia. In turn, Carol retained no memory of being Ms. Marvel, and believed that she had merely been unconscious during that time. Eventually Carol would discover that she was in fact Ms. Marvel and her two personas became of one mind, allowing Carol to have full control over when she became Ms. Marvel and vice versa.

As Ms. Marvel, Carol quickly gained the reputation of being a formidable super-hero in her own right. She fought and defeated many super-powered villains, including Scorpion, Grotesk, MODOK and AIM, Tiger Shark, Destructor, the Doomsday Man, and others. She also acquired some persistent enemies due to her super-heroics, including the renegade Shi'ar warrior known as Deathbird and the shape-shifting mutant villainess known as Mystique. The latter plotted to destroy Ms. Marvel in secret, which eventually led to Mystique's adopted mutant daughter, Rogue, entering a fateful battle with Carol that would emotionally scar both women forever.

After a battle that briefly reunited Carol with her old flame Captain Marvel, her original Ms. Marvel costume was badly damaged. Carol decided that she had finally come into her own as a superhero, and wanted a new costume that was uniquely hers rather than being a reflection of Captain Marvel's. With some help from her friend Janet Van Dyne (the fashion-conscious super-heroine known as the Wasp), Carol designed a new black one-piece uniform with a gold lightning bolt across the chest, accented by high black boots and gloves. She kept the red scarf as a reminder of her original costume, though she now wore it as a sash tied around her waist. The costume became Ms. Marvel's signature look, and though Carol would set it aside on certain occasions (once when she became Binary, and another time when she changed her code name to Warbird), she has always gone back to this costume.

Respect for Ms. Marvel in the super-hero community grew to the point where she was asked to join the renowned super-team the Avengers, since an opening had became available with the departure of the Scarlet Witch. Carol gratefully accepted, and though the Avengers eventually became the team that she would be most closely associated with throughout her superhero career, her first stint with them would not end well.

Initially Ms. Marvel fit right in with the Avengers and proved to be a valuable team member, helping defeat a number of super-villains, including the Absorbing Man, Chthon, the Grey Gargoyle, the Elements of Doom, and the Taskmaster. She also single-handedly took down the mutant villain Sabretooth after he had escaped from SHIELD custody. During this time she forged friendships with the other Avengers and truly enjoyed becoming part of the team. Little did she know that these would prove to be her final relatively care-free days as a superhero.

The first tragedy struck when Carol's boyfriend and psychiatrist, Dr. Michael Barnett, was found brutally beaten to death in his office and all of his files on Carol Danvers stolen. Barnett had been instrumental in helping Carol come to terms with her dual identity of Ms. Marvel, and the two had grown very close. With the help of her Avengers teammate, Iron Man, Carol was able to determine that Barnett had been murdered by someone posing as Carol herself, and with further detective work, she discovered that the murderer was a mutant shape-shifter known as Mystique. A grief-stricken Carol vowed revenge on Mystique, but was unable to locate her. Mystique then sent her super-powered henchmen Pyro and Avalanche to kill Carol when she was out patrolling as Ms. Marvel. The evil mutants initially took Carol by surprise, but once she realized they had been sent by Mystique, she flew into a rage and defeated them easily.

Carol's quest for revenge on Mystique was put on indefinite hold when she was suddenly hit with a bizarre and completely unexpected condition: In less than a day, she had somehow become several months pregnant. Having not been intimate with anyone for some time, a distraught Carol explained the impossibility of her situation to her Avengers teammates, but was further upset when they merely offered their congratulations as though the pregnancy were normal. Her pregnancy progressed at a pace far faster then normal, and within a few days she had given birth to a baby boy. As he had in Carol's womb, the boy aged at a fantastically accelerated rate, growing to manhood in the course of a single day.

Calling himself Marcus, he revealed to Carol and the other Avengers that he was the son of the time-lord Immortus, and that he had been trapped alone in another dimension called Limbo after his father had disappeared. Marcus claimed that his only means of escape from Limbo was to teleport an Earth woman into Limbo with him and impregnate her with his essence, where he could be "reborn" on Earth after he sent the woman back. After much observation of Earth using his father's technology, he chose Carol for her strength, beauty, and other exemplary qualities, and had teleported her into Limbo and attempted to woo her. But Carol had initially rejected him, so Marcus admitted to using a "subtle boost" from Immortus' mind-controlling technology to make her fall in love with him, after which he coupled with her. He then wiped her mind of the memory and teleported her back to Earth at the exact time she had been abducted, so that no one, not even Carol herself, had known what had happened. The plan had worked, except that Marcus' presence on Earth was now causing unforeseen and dangerous fluctuations in the time stream. The only way to stop these fluctuations from causing irreparable harm to reality would be if Marcus returned to Limbo.

Carol found herself strangely drawn to Marcus despite all of this, and for some reason she could not bear the idea of him returning to Limbo alone. Announcing that she loved Marcus, she agreed to leave Earth to be together with him in Limbo. The Avengers cluelessly took Carol at her word and told her she was free to be with her "new love" with their blessing. Only Iron Man made an attempt to question if Carol really knew what she was doing, but he was told that all was well. Thor used his mystical hammer to open an extra-dimensional portal to Limbo and sent Carol and Marcus on their way.

Marcus now had Carol where he wanted her, but he had made a fatal error in his scheme: He had not made provisions to halt the super-aging of his new body after it reached adulthood. He continued to age at a hyper-accelerated rate and within a matter of hours had died of old age, leaving Carol alone in Limbo. Once Marcus was dead, Carol realized that she had still been under his mind control the entire time and had not been acting of her own free will when she claimed to love him or left Earth with him. Even worse, her own friends and teammates had actually helped Marcus and never once questioned his true nature or motives, despite the fact that he had essentially admitted to using mind control on Carol. With no one to help her, Carol called upon all of her ingenuity and resourcefulness to master the technology Marcus had left behind and eventually succeeded, using it to escape Limbo and return to Earth.

Once back, Carol avoided all contact with the Avengers. Still traumatized by Michael Barnett's death and her subsequent abduction and rape by Marcus Immortus, Carol decided that she simply wanted to start a brand new life, so she left the East Coast entirely and settled in San Francisco.

Unfortunately, Carol's old enemy, Raven Darkholme (Mystique), had not forgotten her vow to destroy Ms. Marvel. Mystique learned from her precognitive partner, Destiny, that Carol had returned to Earth, so she discussed the possibility of Mystique's adopted daughter, Rogue, killing Carol. Rogue was a mutant with the ability to temporarily absorb the mind and powers of whomever she touched, and therefore was Mystique's ultimate weapon.

But Destiny foretold that Ms. Marvel could destroy Rogue, so Mystique vowed to protect Rogue by finding another way to kill Ms. Marvel. As fate would have it, Rogue overheard their conversation and, anxious to prove herself, decided to go fight Ms. Marvel anyway. Rogue ambushed Carol at her San Francisco apartment, where Carol was returning from grocery shopping. Carol fought back furiously, and their battle raged all across the city. Carol fought Rogue so long and hard that Rogue's ability to absorb powers and memories became permanent in this case, rather than temporary. Once Carol was entirely drained she fell into a catatonic state, while Rogue's mind was suddenly assaulted by Carol's personality and emotions competing with her own. Desperately hoping that killing Carol would silence the unwelcome presence inside her head, Rogue threw Carol's lifeless body off the Golden Gate Bridge.

But the epic struggle had drawn the attention of the super-heroine known as Spider-Woman, who arrived just in time to witness its conclusion. Spider-Woman retrieved Carol, who was still barely alive, from the water and immediately brought her to Professor X and the X-Men. They were able to save Carol’s life and Xavier helped her recover her memories, but could not reconnect Carol to any of her past feelings. A distraught Carol realized that she had to go on with her life without her powers or her emotional connection to her memory.

Though Rogue had technically won the battle and now had all of Ms. Marvel's powers at her disposal, Destiny's prediction that Ms. Marvel would destroy Rogue proved true, in the sense that Rogue was never the same person afterward. Carol's competing personality, emotions, and memories inside Rogue's head threatened to drive Rogue insane. Because Carol was now an intimate part of her mind, Rogue also felt catastrophic guilt over what she had done to the other woman. Even her foster mother Mystique did not know what to do, so in desperation Rogue eventually turned to Mystique's enemies, the X-Men, for a solution to her condition. After many years of their help, a fully reformed and repentant Rogue would finally purge the Carol Danvers persona from her mind, but the process would be a long, hard, and often life-threatening road.

While Carol was recovering, Professor X contacted the Avengers and let them know what had happened to her. The Avengers, who had not seen or heard from Carol since she had left Earth with Marcus, came to visit Carol at her bedside, expecting to cheer her up. Instead, Carol angrily told the team off for abandoning her to a man who had mind-controlled her and violated her, even after he had essentially admitted to doing so. The Avengers left the visit hanging their heads, finally aware that they had failed to protect one of their own when she had needed them most.

Carol's recovery time spent with Professor X and the X-Men made her feel like she belonged somewhere again. Her bonding with the team was made even easier by the presence of her old friend Logan, who was now Wolverine and a member of the X-Men. Though Carol's powers were gone, she still had her considerable intellect and fighting experience, so she offered to stay and help the X-Men in any way she could. Serving as the team's ace pilot and intelligence operative, she went on various adventures with the team, including space missions.

On one mission, the knowledge of Xavier's Institute had been compromised, so Carol helped them erase their files from the Pentagon by using her previous affiliation with the military, even going so far as to dust off her old her uniform and rank to aid in the infiltration. While in the Pentagon the team came across Rogue (not yet reformed) and Mystique, who were after the same files. The Ms. Marvel-powered Rogue fought the X-Men while Carol was busy deleting the files. Mystique attempted to kill Carol once and for all, believing that her now-powerless enemy was easy prey. Instead, Carol took down Mystique with sheer anger and old-fashioned fighting skill. Once Mystique lay unconscious at Carol's feet, Carol realized that she could now take her ultimate revenge on her hated enemy, but decided to spare Mystique's life.

On a later mission in space, Carol was kidnapped by the alien race called the Brood, who performed agonizing experiments on her due to her unique genetic configuration. Logan, as he had back in Carol's CIA days, eventually rescued Carol from imprisonment and torture once again. After Carol recovered, she and the X-Men discovered that the Brood's experimentation (however unwelcome) had allowed her to attain nearly godlike power. She now possessed super-strength far greater than before, the ability to survive unharmed in outer space, and the ability to manipulate cosmic energy by tapping into a white hole.

To reflect her new power level, which was the equivalent of a binary star system, Carol adopted the new code name of Binary. She took on a completely new look, wearing a red and white costume with a pair of stars on the chest. When her Binary powers were activated her skin took on a deep red color, her hair transformed into a corona of energy, and the edges of her boots and gloves resembled flame. Since Carol now had the ability to travel the stars entirely on her own, she took a temporary leave from the X-Men to in order to explore her vast new powers before returning to Earth.

When Carol decided to rejoin the X-Men a while later, she came across Rogue, who at that moment was alone inside the X-Men's mansion. Thinking that Rogue was still a villain and had broken into the mansion, Carol immediately attacked, her first blow literally sending Rogue into orbit. Rogue, in possession of Carol's former Ms. Marvel powers and not fully realizing how much more powerful Carol now was, recovered and flew back to continue the fight. Carol's next blow sent Rogue crashing through several hundred yards of landscape. Carol might have gone on to kill Rogue in the unequal struggle, had the other X-Men not intervened and explained that Rogue was trying to reform and had recently joined the team. Carol was shocked. She could not believe that the X-Men, knowing what Rogue had done to her, would embrace her old enemy this way. Carol felt that yet another team she trusted and counted on had betrayed her. Dismayed by these events, Carol cut all ties with the X-Men and left, just as she had previously done when she'd felt betrayed by the Avengers.

Since Carol had no emotional connection with anyone, she decided to not only leave the X-Men, but to leave Earth altogether. While journeying alone through space she met and joined the Starjammers, a group of space pirates. The Starjammers came into conflict with the Shi'ar Empire and Carol defeated her old enemy Deathbird, who had returned to the Shi-ar, and even successfully took on the might of Gladiator and the Shi'ar Imperial Guard. She had now adventured all across the galaxy and had defeated so many powerful adversaries with her vast powers that she began to feel bored and alienated from all other life.

Desperate for a challenge, she later came across Quasar, who was trying to save the Earth from a crisis involving the sun expanding at an unnatural rate, and immediately leaped to his aid. The task proved incredibly dangerous even for a being of Carol's power level, and though she and Quasar ultimately prevailed, Carol was severely injured in the process. Quasar carried her back to Avengers Mansion on Earth and she spent many months recovering there, though she was unable to recover her link to her cosmic Binary powers. The Avengers, still painfully aware of how badly they had failed Carol the last time she was with the team, made every effort to do what they could for her this time around, and Carol decided to forgive them. Even after she had fully recovered, the Avengers invited her to stay. The Starjammers also visited Carol and invited her to join them once more, but it conflicted with her schedule with the Avengers, so she decided to remain on Earth.

Though Carol had lost her cosmic link to her Binary powers, she was able to regain her original Ms. Marvel powers of super-strength, resistance to injury, flight, and enhanced senses. In addition, she now had the ability to manipulate and project energy, which may have been a residual after-effect of her powers as Binary. For her second stint with the Avengers, Carol decided to change her code name to Warbird, though she kept wearing her signature Ms. Marvel costume.

Unfortunately, all of the trauma Carol had been through up until this point – her boyfriend's murder at the hands of Mystique, her abduction and rape by Marcus, the stealing of her powers and memories by Rogue, her capture and torture by the Brood, and gaining and then losing godlike power as Binary – had caught up with her and was taking a heavy toll on her psyche. True to her independent nature, she never spoke of her emotional distress to her friends or teammates, and unwisely turned to alcohol as a means of coping instead. Carol went on Avengers missions while intoxicated and often made simple and inexcusable mistakes. After a couple of near-catastrophes due to Carol's uncontrolled behavior, the Avengers eventually had no choice but to expel her from the team. Iron Man, a former alcoholic himself, then helped Carol overcome her alcoholism and stabilized her powers, and in the process their friendship deepened considerably.

After her recovery, the Avengers invited Carol back again, and she accepted. Later, she voluntarily left the team to join SHIELD and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. During this time, she set aside her Ms. Marvel costume and wore a militaristic-looking uniform with armor plating on the chest and shoulders, a costume which became associated with her Warbird code name. She also employed her expertise with dealing with super-villains to become a parole officer for the new Thunderbolts.

After the Scarlet Witch tragically went insane, she used her vast probability-altering powers to create the House of M – an alternate reality where mutants became the ruling class of humanity, while normal humans became the oppressed class. Earth's heroes were eventually able to reverse what the Scarlet Witch had done and, after reality had reverted back to normal, Carol was among the few heroes who could remember what had happened during her time in the House of M. There, she had truly realized her full potential as Ms. Marvel and had become one of Earth's most renowned and universally admired heroes, essentially becoming that reality's version of Wonder Woman. Inspired by her House of M self, Carol decided to revitalize her superhero career and become the best hero she could be. She quit her Homeland Security job and even turned down an offer to join the New Avengers. Deciding to operate as an independent superhero once again, she changed her code name back to Ms. Marvel and resumed wearing her signature Ms. Marvel costume.

During the Civil War, Ms. Marvel decided to become pro-registration, out of loyalty to the U.S. government and also to her longtime friend Iron Man, who had offered to lead the pro-registration forces. She joined a team to help enforce the Super-Human Registration Act alongside Iron Man. She worked with Wonder Man and Arachne to help train new superheroes while also hunting down anti-registration heroes.

Carol soon learned that Arachne was a double agent who was using her position to secretly feed vital information to the anti-registration forces. Carol felt that she had no choice but to turn Arachne in. As Ms. Marvel, she hunted down Arachne, defeated her in front of Arachne’s own daughter, and took her into custody. The friendship between the two women was destroyed by this encounter, and Carol had considerable regrets afterward. Arachne eventually escaped custody, returned to her daughter, and moved to Canada to become a member of Omega Flight.

Later, Carol paid a visit to a young Hispanic superheroine named Araña to convince her to register. Because Araña idolized Ms. Marvel she was happy to comply, after which Carol trained Araña to be a superhero. Unfortunately, Araña was badly injured during a mission, causing Araña's father to forbid Carol from seeing Araña again.

Rogue later paid Carol an unexpected visit. The animosity between the two women had subsided at this point, since they were now both well aware of each other's impressive super-hero careers and realized that they should be allies. However, Carol's emotional scars ran deep and she still did not fully trust her old adversary. Rogue informed Carol of a problem -- there was now another Carol, a much more belligerent one, that was being detained at the Xavier Institute. This Carol, first encountered by Beast, was an alternate-Earth version of Carol who still called herself Warbird and wore the armor-plated Warbird uniform. It was revealed that on her own Earth, Warbird became a serious alcoholic because of what Rogue did to her, and her world eventually was destroyed while she was incapable of saving it. Warbird would then be tossed to different universes before landing in Marvel's main reality (also known as Earth-616).

After meeting Warbird herself, Carol quickly became disgusted with her alternate-Earth counterpart's uncompromising and hostile attitude. A violent battle between Carol and Warbird soon broke out. Rogue tried to help, but Carol, in the heat of battle subconsciously thinking of the mutant as her old enemy again, lashed out at Rogue and broke her ribs. After Rogue was incapacitated, Warbird informed Carol of her true intentions -- that she had already traveled to many different Earths, killing both the Rogue and Carol of each Earth. Carol, appalled at how evil her alternate-Earth version had become, attacked Warbird again and defeated her. Warbird was taken into custody and imprisoned in a maximum-security facility. Meeting the alternate-Earth Warbird caused Carol to do some serious soul-searching, and she wondered if she ever truly forgave Rogue for what the mutant had done to her years ago.

Ms. Marvel then took on a familiar foe from her past, A.I.M., as M.O.D.O.K.'s son tried to blow up Seattle by using his father as a bomb. Ms. Marvel was caught in the explosion when she attempted to stop it, but completely regenerated from it.

Afterward, it came to Ms. Marvel's attention that super-powered women were disappearing around the world, with colleagues like Tigra , Stature, Dusk, Silverclaw, and even Araña included among the missing. Carol took this personally and began an intense investigation in order to locate and rescue the women. She eventually discovered that they were being held on a remote island and mind-controlled by the Puppet Master in order to build himself a slave army. Ms. Marvel attacked his stronghold, but had to battle and defeat Tigra and the other mind-enslaved women when the Puppet Master ordered them to kill her. After Ms. Marvel dismantled the Puppet Master's operation and freed his captives, he took his own life by blowing himself up. Ms. Marvel realized that she could have stopped him, but was so angered by what he had done that she had allowed the bomb to go off. She regenerated from the explosion and lied to her team about not being able to prevent the Puppet Master's suicide.

The alien being called Cru then appeared at the end of this arc, and revealed that 'she' was the reason that Ms. Marvel was regenerating, because a part of her was inside Ms. Marvel. It actually turned out that the Brood destroyed Cru's home planet, not the other way around. Cru unlocked Ms. Marvel's old Binary powers, giving her a chance to battle and defeat an old enemy, the Brood Queen. The Brood Queen killed Cru, but Ms. Marvel smartly used a bomb to make the Brood Queen explode.

Iron Man asked Ms. Marvel to lead a new government-sanctioned team of Avengers, which she accepted; the two picked a team together. During their first mission, the Mighty Avengers fought the new incarnation of Ultron. Ms. Marvel absorbed energies from Ultron during their battle; after having SHIELD scientists examine the energies, she stopped missiles from hitting New York by diverting them upwards. She then used the energy she absorbed from the missiles to stop the Sentry when he went crazy.

When the Mighty Avengers and SHIELD launched an attack on Doctor Doom, Ms. Marvel was again team leader, along with Iron Man. When the Sentry and Iron Man returned from the past, she flew to them, urging them to take cover before the place exploded. They survived the explosion and continued with the invasion. In the end, they prevailed and Doom was taken into custody.

On a mission to Japan (in which Ms. Marvel did not participate), the Avengers discovered that the assassin known as Elektra had been replaced by an agent of the shape-shifting alien race known as the Skrulls. They soon learned that many more Skrull agents, in disguise as other Earth heroes, were spearheading an imminent invasion of Earth by the Skrull Empire. It was nearly impossible to determine who might be a Skrull, resulting in Earth's heroes, already paranoid from the recent Civil War, viewing each other with great suspicion. Iron Man, as the head of SHIELD, observed secret surveillance footage showing Carol Danvers seemingly being in two different places at the same time. Iron Man told SHIELD Agent Sum that one of the Carols must be a Skrull in disguise, and had surveillance intensified on Ms. Marvel.

Back in New York, Ms. Marvel was still investigating AIM and was unaware that she had fallen under SHIELD scrutiny. She performed a routine check-up which unexpectedly yielded the location of a hidden AIM base. After a suspicious delivery truck with unknown cargo left the base, she decided to follow it rather than attack. It turned out that the truck contained a hostile alien life form, and after she intervened, she discovered that it was a Super-Skrull with the combined powers of several of the X-Men. She battled the Super-Skrull, who teleported away using Nightcrawler's teleportation power after noting that Ms. Marvel "smelled of his true prey," which was enough to help him continue on his "true mission."

Ms. Marvel thought through the people she had seen earlier that day and grew concerned that the Super-Skrull's actual target may have been an associate named William Wagner, with whom she recently had a brief romantic relationship. She urgently called him via cell phone and a surprised-sounding William answered, but before the conversation went anywhere Ms. Marvel heard him scream and drop the phone. She flew at top speed to his apartment, only to find William sprawled dead in the bedroom. As she checked William's body, Agent Sum arrived, armed with a SHIELD weapon designed to take down superhumans and threatening to shoot her if she did not surrender.

Realizing that she had been set up, Ms. Marvel thought fast and managed to escape Agent Sum, but was confronted by more of her own SHIELD colleagues, the super-powered agents Sleepwalker and Machine Man. Unable to convince them of the truth and not wanting to attack her own teammates, she flew away but was followed by Machine Man, who gave her no choice but to turn and fight. Ms. Marvel reluctantly tore Machine Man to pieces, knowing that he could easily reconstruct himself later, but was then attacked by a duplicate Ms. Marvel, resulting in much confusion. The elite SHIELD unit known as Operation: Lightning Storm arrived and, unable to distinguish which Ms. Marvel was Carol Danvers and which was a Skrull agent, apprehended both of them and took them into custody.

Carol (the true Ms. Marvel) was later freed from her cell by Agent Sum, but then her danger sense kicked in and she struck him down, believing him to be a Skrull. When he fell and didn't revert to Skrull form, she thought that she had made a mistake. But at that point the real Agent Sum entered the room, and the fallen "Agent Sum" reverted to his Skrull form -- the same X-Men-powered Super-Skrull that Ms. Marvel had fought earlier. Ms. Marvel, Agent Sum, and other SHIELD agents all attacked the Super-Skrull, eventually knocking him into the area where the second Ms. Marvel was being detained. That "Ms. Marvel" finally reverted to her true Skrull form, and revealed that William Wagner was still alive and that she had merely disguised herself as William's body in Carol's apartment in order to frame Carol. William himself later appeared and revealed that he was actually a Kree agent sent to Earth to investigate the recent activities of the Skrulls, as the two races were long-time mortal enemies.

In the core Secret Invasion storyline, Ms. Marvel flew with the Mighty Avengers to the Savage Land. Iron Man's armor became infected with a Skrull virus, so Ms. Marvel pulled Tony Stark out of the armor and flew him away to the base where the fugitive New Avengers (composed entirely of non-registered heroes) were captured on their first mission. Stark told her to leave and return to the mainland in order to gather the Initiative so they could be ready for the Skrull invasion. However, it was too late and the Initiative was scattered. Ms. Marvel, the only hero left in Manhattan to face the invasion, made the decision that the city would not be taken as long as she was alive.

The battle ensued, and Ms. Marvel fought the entire Skrull invasion force harder than she ever fought a battle in her life. In addition to the countless Skrull soldiers, she had to contend with numerous Super-Skrulls, including an unprecedented giant version that could adopt virtually any power it wanted. Despite the overwhelming odds, Ms. Marvel prevailed, almost single-handedly preventing the Skrulls from taking the city before their ultimate defeat at the hands of Earth's heroes.

Afterward, the government made Tony Stark the scapegoat of the invasion and forced him to step down as head of SHIELD. The organization was re-named HAMMER and restructured from top to bottom. Norman Osborn, a former super-villain who was now seen as a hero after the invasion, was put in charge of both HAMMER and the new government-sanctioned team of Avengers. Osborn issued a warrant for Stark's arrest, forcing Tony into hiding. Osborn then summoned Ms. Marvel to his headquarters in Avengers Tower and gave her an ultimatum: Join his new Avengers team under his command, or be considered a criminal like Stark and placed under arrest. Ms. Marvel, knowing Osborn for what he truly was, rejected the offer and blasted free of the Tower before she could be apprehended. She then joined the renegade New Avengers and was elected the team's second-in-command.

Osborn realized that the fugitive Carol Danvers, like Tony Stark, was very dangerous to his future plans. He recruited the terrorist Ghazi Rashid, an old enemy of Carol's from her CIA days, to kill Ms. Marvel. Osborn used a super-drug known as 'Ascension' to give Rashid superhuman powers formidable enough to succeed in the task. Only a short time later, Ms. Marvel encountered Rashid, who attacked with lethal force. Though she was experiencing power burnout at the time, Ms. Marvel overcame the attack and managed to defeat the villain. In the process, however, she overloaded, and it seemed that the original Ms. Marvel was now dead.

Satisfied that Carol had been eliminated, Osborn hand-picked his own team of Avengers, mostly choosing former Thunderbolts. This team became known as the Dark Avengers, since it was both composed of and led by former super-villains in the guise of heroes. He placed Karla Sofen, formerly the villainess Moonstone, in the guise of Ms. Marvel. A stunning blonde similar in appearance to Carol, Karla was suited in a variation of Carol's original red-and-blue Kree-oriented costume and became the version of Ms. Marvel that was exposed to the public eye. She took on a more brutal role of crime enforcer, killing rather than apprehending dangerous criminals. The public reaction to this new Ms. Marvel was mixed.

Some time after the apparent demise of Carol Danvers, there were various world sightings of several brightly-colored feminine energy beings, seeking special genetically engineered creations of AIM. Wherever the beings appeared, they left death in the wake of their search. While this was happening, Karla Sofen, in the guise of Osborn's Ms. Marvel, used the weapon of an AIM splinter cell against itself. In the process, she rescued an assembly of multiple telepathic genetic fetuses, engineered from both the MODOC and Storyteller protocols. She discovered that both she and the energy beings sought the "babies," and ended up doing battle with one of them.

Later, when Wolverine, Spider-Man, and even Deadpool became involved in the fight for possession of the "babies," it was revealed that these energy beings were actually Carol Danvers herself, split into all of her various Kree energy patterns. After the New Avengers helped her gather enough of the "babies" and put them together, their combined power was used to fuse Carol back into a single being, paving the way for a fateful final encounter between Carol Danvers and Karla Sofen. In the ensuing battle, Carol decisively defeated Karla and reclaimed her rightful name and role as Ms. Marvel.

Ms. Marvel later fought in the climactic struggle against Osborn's Dark Avengers during the Siege of Asgard. She arrived at the battlefield set up on the Asgardian ruins and helped Spider-Man defeat his arch-enemy Venom, who was on Osborn's side of the conflict. But during the fight, Venom's alien symbiote suit latched onto Ms. Marvel and tried to turn her into a brand new host for itself. Spider-Man helped Ms. Marvel free herself from the symbiote, which then re-joined with its human host Mac Gargan. Venom then revealed that while in connection with Ms. Marvel, it had sensed that she harbored a secret affection for Spider-Man. Angered and embarrassed, Ms. Marvel took down Venom herself and flew Spider-Man to the Asgardian battlefield to join with the other heroes. The Siege ended with the total defeat of Osborn's forces thanks to the combined efforts of all of the heroes involved, led by Captain America (Steve Rogers, back from the dead after seemingly being assassinated after the Civil War), Iron Man, and Thor.

The defeat of Osborn and his Dark Avengers ushered in a new era of Marvel history, known as the Heroic Age. The Superhuman Registration Act was repealed, and the original "Big Three" of the Avengers (Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor) decided to establish three separate teams of Avengers in order to better serve and protect the public. Ms. Marvel was once again elected second-in-command of the latest New Avengers team, led by Luke Cage and headquartered in the restored Avengers Mansion. The team's current roster includes Carol's longtime friends Wolverine, Spider-Man, and the Thing.

With the new Marvel event, Ms. Marvel became part of the Secret Avengers and was part of the group who were sent into space to try to stop the Phoenix Force from reaching Earth. Her teammates were Thor, Noh-Varr, War Machine, Captain Britain, Vision and Beast. The first time they went straight up against the Phoenix Force, they failed but the second time, Thor was able to send the Phoenix away for a time. Afterwards, Captain Marvel made his return and Ms. Marvel went with him and Noh-Varr to the Kree Empire. She showed that she is still in love with him and they kissed but also that she does not know he is not the real Captain Marvel.

During a battle with the Absorbing Man, Captain America urged Carol (who was dressed in a new costume) to take on the mantle of Captain Marvel. Hesitant, she decided to initially decline his offer. Whilst pondering her life on the fringes of the Earth's atmosphere, Carol remembered Helen Cobb; a late friend, mentor and fellow pilot who had recently passed away. Helen had emphasized the idea of being the best you could be, and not allowing anything to hold you back. With this in mind, Carol chose to take the mantle of Captain Marvel. Whilst trying to break Helen's previous flight record, Carol encountered engine failure. During her attempt to regain control of the aircraft by utilizing her powers, she lost consciousness. Upon awakening, she found herself to be in a forested area, with no memory of how she got there - or, indeed, whether she managed to avoid crashing the plane (she was unable to find a landing site). She soon encountered enemy forces, who briefly held her prisoner. Before long the enemy forces encountered the all-female Banshee Squadron—a small camaraderie of World War II soldiers—and it became apparent to Carol that she was certainly not in the present day. After escaping back to her own time, Carol was invited by Monica Rambeau, another Avenger who has gone by the name Captain Marvel over the years, to uncover the mystery which surrounded the disappearance of various ships and planes. After finding an underwater graveyard of the missing vehicles, a huge robot emerged from the water, building itself from the wreckage. After a short battle, and with the robot not yet defeated, Carol absorbed Monica in her energized state. Using the excess energy, Carol unleashed a powerful energy blast at the robot, and it was defeated.

Back in New York, Carol went about her daily routine, still tormented with painful headaches. After running a few errands, as dictated by Tony Stark, Carol goes to her doctor's appointment and is told that she has a brain lesion. As a result, she can no longer use her power of flight. (Presumably, the excess air pressure would aggravate the damage caused.) After promptly ignoring the doctor's orders when she confronted the villain Deathbird, and being knocked unconscious as a result, Carol woke up in hospital and was told that if she continues to use her ability to fly she could sustain permanent brain damage, in particular permanent and irreparable long and short term memory loss. Undeterred and eager for a rematch with Deathbird, Carol went in search of the villain, helped by Captain America's upgraded motorbike. The situation is later revealed to have been masterminded by a returned Yon-Rogg, and in the ensuing battle, Carol manages to defeat the villain, but at the cost of her memories.

Following this she enters into a romantic relationship with James Rhodes (although she would later end it without reason, though many would blame a sudden descent back into alcoholism), and later joins the Guardians of the Galaxy. After a time skip, she is also seen heading up the joint S.H.I.E.L.D./Avengers task force aimed at capturing the Illuminati. She operates as the team's field leader while Steve Rogers directs missions from a central command location. During the final Universal Incursion, Carol is one of the few heroes who manages to escape the destruction. As a result, she is one of only a handful of the residents on Doctor Doom's new Battleworld that remember the prior universe.

 
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Re: All-New-All-Differnt-Marvel RPG: Interest check
« Reply #67 on: November 22, 2015, 06:11:50 PM »
Oh god, you kept the creepiest storyline in all of Marvel in there.

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« Reply #68 on: November 22, 2015, 06:18:22 PM »
Eh, I had to, it was on her page :p Gives me a good enough excuse to turn her off of men though.

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« Reply #69 on: November 22, 2015, 06:40:59 PM »
There's been some creepier ones. Fenris for example. The mutant twins who hold hands to use their powers...and they're creepy and blond and fucking each other and finishing each others sentences...sometimes while fucking I assume.

Purple Man while controlling a woman married her, raped her, and then she had his child who grew up to have his exact same powers.

Hmmmm, what else?

There was Old Man Logan, where Bruce Banner finally went crazy after the equivalent of 1,000,000 gamma bombs went off and bombarded him with even more radiation. And started fucking his cousin She-Hulk because she was and I quote: "The only one who could keep the pace!"  And they fucked and had inbred, cannibalistic children and grandchildren. And they ate Wolverine's family. So he killed them all, and after throwing a cow at Logan, Bruce transformed and ate him. Then Logan cut his way out of his body, klling him, and then he took the last remaining Banner child to raise as his own. Half out of kindness, half as a final fuck you to the people who ruined his happiness.

Marvel can get really dark.

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« Reply #70 on: November 22, 2015, 07:04:59 PM »
Honestly, I found the Avengers storyline creepier, largely because of the way it was presented. it was presented as though it wasn't horrifying creepy, and the other Avengers pretty much said it was okay, which is just... screwed up.

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« Reply #71 on: November 22, 2015, 08:00:10 PM »
I would like to claim The Vision. o7 Will begin working on a bio.

Now, I definitely need to produce a Wanda sheet.


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« Reply #72 on: November 22, 2015, 09:16:34 PM »
Oh, by the way! I know Squirrel Girl has been retconned to be technically not a mutant. This is stupid, and will be ignored. I know what Marvel did it (Fox has the right to all movies made involving the mutants of the Marvel Universe. Even though Squirrel Girl has little connection to the X-Men, so long as she is a mutant, no Squirrel Girl Movie. So she's been retconned. They actually make this clear in the comic, with her saying "I am Biologically and Legally distinct from a mutant) but it is still stupid!

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« Reply #73 on: November 22, 2015, 09:19:15 PM »
I think Squirrel Girl and Captain Marvel should meet at some point xD A scene between those two can only end hilariously.

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== Character Bio ==

== Personal Information ==
Legal Name: Mary Jane Watson
Alias: Red Sonja, Crimson She-Devil, Sonja Majeure, Radiant Mistress, Sonjita
Age: 26
Sexuality: Omnisexual
Part of New York Residing In: Brooklyn

== Physical Description == 

Sonja, as she prefers to be called most times, is 5'9" tall with thick, red hair and blue-green eyes.  Typically, she looks like just another normal, if pretty, young girl in her mid-twenties, seemingly unremarkable and likely not terribly strong.  However, when it's time to get down to business, she transforms into a striking, well-muscled warrior woman with flashing blue eyes and a penchant for scale-mail bikinis. 

== Persona ==           

Sonja is all sass, ass and female empowerment.  The lingering aspects of Mary Jane's personality temper her rough edges slightly, and make it easier for her to live in the modern world of New York, without drawing her sword every time someone pisses her off.  She has a close, intimate relationship with beer, and an unapologetic hedonism that make her quite good company in the right circumstances.  She doesn't suffer fools lightly, though, unless she finds them amusing and is always willing to prove to any misogynist that women are just as capable of doing anything a man can do.  Sometimes better.  She' fully invested in the idea that one can be both strong and feminine, and finds those who disagree with this premise limited in their thinking.

Sonja values loyalty and honor.  She believes in defending the weak and innocent from those who would harm them or take advantage of their inability to defend themselves.  She's always eager to pull the rug out from under the corrupt or evil, whether it means defeating them in battle, exposing them for what they truly are, or robbing them blind and distributing their wealth to those more deserving.

== Key Skills ==

  • Peak-Level Athlete: Red Sonja is in peak human physical condition. She is imbued with the maximum strength, speed, endurance, agility, and reflexes that a human female could possess without being considered superhuman.
  • Weapon Master: Red Sonja is a virtually unparalleled sword-master, having fought and defeated countless enemies with her blade.  Though the sword is Sonja’s weapon of choice, she is nearly as proficient with other melee weapons and can gain expertise with unfamiliar ones with minimal training. She is an accomplished archer and demonstrates remarkable accuracy with any distance weapon. Sonja’s mastery of arms includes being able to quickly improvise and construct weapons with any available materials at hand, so that even when seemingly disarmed, she is rarely weaponless.
  • Unarmed Combat: Red Sonja has mastered the martial arts disciplines of her era and is a deadly fighter even without any weapons. She has taken down many enemies larger than herself merely with her fists and feet.
  • Berserker Strength: When greatly angered or outnumbered, Red Sonja can go into a berserker fury, significantly increasing her strength and deadliness in battle. She has single-handedly annihilated waves of armed opponents while in this state, literally becoming a one-woman army.
  • Tracking: Red Sonja has spent much time traveling the diverse and dangerous landscape of the Hyborian age and is a gifted ranger and tracker. She can navigate and survive nearly any form of terrain and hunt down almost any quarry. She is also adept at covering her tracks and leaving little trace of her passing.
  • Stamina: Red Sonja's physical stamina is at peak human level due to rigorous conditioning. She can exert herself at maximum effort for far longer than most humans can endure. Being from the harsh and wintery climate of the Hyrkanian steppes, Red Sonja has built up a high tolerance for adverse environmental conditions and is seemingly impervious to cold, even when clad only in her metal bikini.
  • Stealth: Red Sonja possesses catlike grace and can move about in near-silence in order to avoid detection, making good use of shadows and any other available cover. She is also highly skilled at disguise, camouflage, and infiltration.

== Advantages ==

  • Intelligence:  Red Sonja has a mind for battle tactics, but Mary Jane is highly intelligent in her own right.  While not nearly at the level of Peter, she has more street smarts and common sense than he does.  Her more practical intelligence is coupled with a good mind for science and math, as well as a keen understanding of literature.  While no one will be extolling her brilliance as genius, one might say her knowledge and mental acuity is more well-rounded than most.
  • Socially Skilled:  Mary Jane is good with people.  She genuinely cares about them, and wants to help them.  Where Sonja will fight to save a person's life, Mary Jane's influence leads to the attempt to care for their emotional and mental well-being as well.  She's friendly and empathetic, knowing well the strain of being a normal person suddenly caught up in the lives of super-heroes and super-villains.  She also knows how difficult being the hero can be, and she is always willing to lend an ear or shoulder to those who just need to unburden themselves for a while.
  • Attractive:  It's an unavoidable fact of life that a pretty girl can influence others, even without trying to do so.  Mary Jane is not above using her innocent good-looks to manipulate others, when necessary, and Sonja considers her looks merely another weapon in her arsenal.  If her appearance serves as a distraction in combat, well, then her opponent will learn a valuable lesson about the importance of focus in battle.  How long they will have to appreciate the schooling they've had is debatable, of course.
  • Strong Constitution:  Whether it's poison, rotting food or strong alcohol, Sonja seems to have an iron stomach and indefatigable vigor.  She can get uproariously drunk, and yet never seem to lose her edge or pass out from drink.  She never wakes with a hangover, and, likewise, she never seems to grow ill.  She can drink the entire bar under the table, then polish off several orders of hot wings and wake with the sun the next morning without the slightest ill-effects from the night before.


== Disadvantages ==

  • Stranger in a Strange Land:  Despite the fact that Mary Jane's consciousness has melded with Sonja's, she is still displaced in time and often finds herself confused by the modern world.  Politics, social mores and money seem to be the hardest for her to wrap her mind around.  She has decided that modern politics were designed by madmen, and unless absolutely necessary, she ignores them for the foolishness that they are.  Trying to get along in the modern world, especially in a city like New York, takes a lot more effort, though.  She can't simply ignore the social niceties, or requirements, and laws that govern how we treat one another, or behave in public, but sometimes she finds herself unable to resist the urge to take a swing at someone, or point out the stupidity of modern ideas of impropriety.  She's gotten better, though.  It's been at least a month since she started a fight in a bar, or grabbed a stranger's junk on the train because they thought her ass was a good resting place for their hand.
  • Short Fuse:  Sonja's got a temper.  She's a berserker, after all, a barbarian warrior living in a city where 'Fuck you' is synonymous with 'Good morning'.  Mary Jane's influence has made her slightly less volatile, but she's still what she is and she doesn't think she should have to pretend to be anything else.  At least she stopped carrying her weapons with her all the time, so now the worst she can do in a fight is beat someone bloody and broken.  But, hey, she'll call them an ambulance...most of the time.
  • Dual-Minds:  Sonja and Mary Jane are like two personalities living in a single mind, blended together incompletely, like a marble cake mix.  Most of the time they manage this unconventional living arrangement well, but sometimes there is an inner struggle and this can lead to some pretty interesting situations.  In the heat of battle, Sonja will sometimes feel Mary trying to influence her to be merciful, or Mary will feel Sonja's anger flaring at inopportune times.  If there's time, they typically try to work things out amicably, but if the situation doesn't allow for it, one or the other will exert their will over the other and this can lead to hurt feelings and resentment.  Plus, it just looks weird when she argues with herself.
  • Hedonist:  Sonja fights hard and plays even harder.  She has a taste for alcohol, food and sex, and believes that there is no such thing as too much.  She doesn't believe in moderation or shame, finding both concepts strangely puritanical in modern society, especially one that seems to only pay such ideals lip-service.
== Background ==

Sonjita was the daughter of the chief of a Hyrkanian village. The village was attacked by vicious raiders and Sonjita's family and the rest of the villagers were slaughtered, leaving Sonjita the lone survivor.  She escaped into the wild and relied on her own hunting skills to track down and kill the raiders one by one. She was then captured by slavers and forced to fight for her life in an arena for three years, through which she gained her unrivaled fighting skill and became known by her 'arena' name: "Red Sonja."

After she escaped her chains, freed the other slaves and lead them to slaughter the slavers that had been holding them all captive, she struck out on her own.  She supported herself by serving as a bodyguard, or thief, in between fighting the forces of evil and the corrupt, and defending the innocent and weak from harm.  Almost every story about Red Sonja begins with the line 'She went to a bar/tavern and got drunk', and ends with her kicking ass and not giving a good goddamned about anyone's name.  Her life was fairly simple and she liked it that way.  Then, much to her annoyance, shit went sideways.

Everything seems ordinary in New York City as Spider-Man swings around town and fights a group of bad guys ... all while talking on his cell phone to MJ! At the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Senator Thomas is attending a major art exhibit while struggling with his conscience over some shady dealings with his confidant, Reilly. J Jonah Jameson welcomes the Senator to the exhibit with kind words, hoping to score an interview. Thomas agrees to it, but his eyes are drawn to a unique necklace on display. Though the curator, Professor Jones, protests, Thomas puts on the necklace. This in turn releases the imprisoned spirit of the sorcerer Kulan Gath. Using his vast powers, he reshapes New York City into his own medieval/Hyborian version of itself. Spider-Man seems to be the only one unaffected by the spell.

People are still in need of help, though, so he springs to action to save the commoners. As he does so, Gath wishes Professor Jones to be his scribe. Refusing, Gath kills him and then requests Jameson to take over the duties. Gath then conjures up a sword and tells how Spider-Man and Red Sonja foiled his plans before when they teamed up. This time he wishes to pit them against each other so they will be occupied. He calls forth Mary Jane to claim the sword and become Red Sonja. Spider-Man continues to fight his assailants, who have somehow become goblins in the meantime. Even though he saves the people, they fear Spider-Man as a demon. Getting away, he sees what used to be the Met and a strange glow. He goes to it to investigate and sees Mary Jane climbing the walls to get to the sword on the roof. Confronting her after she grabs it, he is instead faced with Red Sonja.

Red and Spidey fight, until Spidey manages to pin Sonja down long enough to explain the situation to her.  They end up teaming up and manage to defeat Kulan Gath, after which Sonja returns to her own time.  This happens again, with slight variations on the theme, but with the same inevitable outcome.

So, you might ask, how does Sonja become meshed with Mary Jane in this current incarnation?  Well, I'm getting to that.

After her first death, and subsequent reincarnation as a noblewoman, Sonja was once again trained to fight by Osin, her long-time companion.  However, she was once again defeated and killed, at which point her soul found refuge in Mary Jane, drawn by her familiarity with the young woman from their previous encounters.  There was a period of adjustment, of course, wherein Mary Jane and Red Sonja fought for control of the body they now shared.  But, they both began to understand that they needed one another.  Without Sonja, Mary Jane was unable to fight effectively and she found that she enjoyed being a hero.  Sonja, likewise, came to understand that without Mary Jane, she could not survive in the modern world.  So, they came to an understanding between themselves.

Granted, it's not a perfect marriage, and sometimes they grate against one another.  But, that's just par for the course with roommates.  Neither is quite certain why they exist as they do, what allowed Sonja to escape death or what power allows for her spirit to bring about physical changes to Mary Jane's form.  But, Sonja is wary to dig too deeply into matters, afraid of discovering some truth that would make her continued existence an affront to her beliefs and honor.  Mary Jane's curiosity is strong, but she enjoys the advantages of having Red Sonja living within her too much to risk tempting fate.

 == Character Extras =

Theme Song
Magical Girl Transformation


= Face Claim: =

Susan Coffey
 
Ons: See Bibliophilia's O/Os.

Offs: See Bibliophilia's O/Os.