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Offline Latooni Subota

Re: Uncanny Avengers rpg: Intrest check
« Reply #25 on: May 08, 2016, 10:30:50 PM »
Still open? I got some mutants I'd love to play . . . just gotta decide which one. :3

Edit: (Better idea: Symbiote Clone Spider-Gwen. I can make this happen!)
« Last Edit: May 08, 2016, 11:35:21 PM by Latooni Subota »

Offline BlackStone

Re: Uncanny Avengers rpg: Intrest check
« Reply #26 on: May 08, 2016, 11:56:31 PM »
Feel free Latooni, always room for you

Offline Latooni Subota

Re: Uncanny Avengers rpg: Intrest check
« Reply #27 on: May 10, 2016, 12:45:24 AM »
Hero Name: Spider-Girl aka Venom
Legal Name: Gwendolyne Stacy
Origin of Powers: Symbiote
Age: 17 (Apparent)
Sexuality: Bisexual

Description: Gwen Stacy is a lean, athletically built caucasian girl standing at around 5'7" with shoulder length blonde hair and bright blue eyes. She has a definate gymnast's figure with small breasts and a toned bottom, though exhibits unusual strength and reflexes despite her slim body. Her Spider-Girl 'suit' takes a much different style than Spider-Man's, with the lower-half black and slowly leading up to a white upper portion and hood, with the inner material being the only 'web'-like pattern, as well as portions along the underarms. Her 'true' suit is almost entirely black except for the white Venom spider across her chest, though it keeps the few web-styled portions.

Powers: All of Gwen Stacy's powers come from her symbiote body.

Superhuman Strength and Durability: Like Spider-Man, the Venom symbiote has and can grant superhuman strength and durability, able to go toe-to-toe with powerhouses and withstand attacks from everything from small-arms fire and super-powered punches. The exact level of strength and durability can vary though.

Superhuman Stamina: The symbiote can survive underwater or in toxic gasses, filtering breathable air.

Accelerated Healing Factor:
The symbiote is capable of healing injuries faster than normal human healing allows, when in optimal conditions. This means that Gwen theoretically could heal others by merging with them in an emergency situation, at the cost of being unable to act independantly while attached to someone.

Genetic Memory: The symbiote possesses a minor psychic ability, being capable of obtaining information from it's hosts and victims. This is how the sample of the original Venom symbiote was able to become 'Gwen Stacy', by absorbing all of her memories.

Offspring Detection: The symbiote is capable of sensing other symbiotes that it spawned or were spawned from it, though with effort this can be blocked.

Wall-Crawling: By copying Gwen's Peter Parker who originally merged with the symbiote, it has learned to cling to walls.

Webbing Generation: Much like the Wall-Crawling, the symbiote learned to websling by shooting out it's substance in the form of pseudo-webbing at high pressure up to a distance of 70 feet. The webbing is made up of tough, flexible fibers of organic polymers with regenerate swiftly after being 'shed'. It is extraordinarily adhesive, but the adhesiveness diminishes rapidly once abandoned by the living source, dissolving into powder after three hours at most. In addition to creating webbing, the symbiote can use this in the form of tentacles or tendrils to attack or ensnare.

Spider-Sense: The symbiote has an extrasensory ability similar to Spider-Man's spider-sense, though in a less complicated way due to the symbiote being able to perceive and detect danger from all directions and all portions of it's mass. Unlike this world's original Venom though, Gwen is NOT immune to Spider-Man's spider-sense due to her symbiote having never had THIS Peter Parker as a host.

Camouflage: The symbiote can mimic the form of clothing and even other people.

Shapeshifting: The symbiote can shift it's body, stretch, and deform in numerous inhuman ways. It can fit into small areas or expand to a more muscular and hulk-like bulk, and even harden portions of it's mass to be like teeth, claws, or even weapon-like appendages.

Special Skills:
Gwen Stacy is seemingly a normal teenaged girl, but thanks to the genetic memory of her symbiote body she has more advanced intelligence and more varied skills than she originally had. Though nowhere near the match of the older Peter Parker, she's quite intelligent and well-versed in math and the sciences. She also has 'copied' a number of other skills like gymnastics, cooking, a few martial arts, and even things like automotive repair and dance.

Fire: Gwen's symbiote body is critically damaged by extreme heat, frying and breaking up her cellular structure rapidly. Really, fire is the one true way to kill Gwen, leading to her being incredibly hesitant to even approach a lit burner on a stove.

Sonics: Loud noises and certain frequency sounds destablize the symbiote, causing Gwen to lose control of her shapeshifting and 'fall apart' so to speak. Generally this leads to her fleeing and attempting to reform her body, which can take some time depending on the amount of exposure to sonics and for how long she'd been exposed.

Composite Personality: Gwen Stacy is Venom is Peter Parker is John Whitman is Betty Engle . . . While the Gwen Stacy personality is the only complete and whole personality, other aspects of stolen memories can influence her actions. In high-stress situations other memories can suddenly overwhelm Gwen, triggering fight or flight reflexes. This is the reason why she's bisexual (memories and instincts of being attracted to women) why she's wary of roller-coasters (memories of a woman the original Venom of her world devoured being stuck on a broken roller coaster) and other little bits and bobs that can confuse her.

Phenethylamine/Adrenaline Junkie: Symbiotes have a  . . taste for certain chemicals, mostly found in the brains of sentient creatures . . like humans. Gwen supplements this with absurd amounts of chocolate, but sheer adrenaline highs can be downright orgasmic and incredibly distracting.

In one world, the girl known as Gwendolyne Stacy was murdered by the Carnage symbiote, only to be cloned and brought back by Dr. Otto Octavius. In a world slightly to the side, things were different, but no less tragic. Peter Parker's vehement rejection of the symbiote that would be known as Venom had dire consequences. In an attempt to force Peter to realize he needed it, it decided to attack those closest to the young man, killing and devouring students, teachers, neighbors . . . Venom's rampage finally came to an end when it descended upon Gwen Stacy and began to tear her apart.

Spider-Man arrived too late, and did his level best to try and KILL that god-forsaken monster for murdering his girlfriend. Impact webbing, sonics, fire . . he used it all against Venom. In desperation Venom tried to flee, devouring as much of Gwen as possible in order to give itself enough mass to survive the enraged spider, only to be nearly destroyed before SHIELD stopped Spider-Man's wild assault. The symbiote was confiscated and not heard from again, until Dr. Octavius began his project to clone Spider-Man, among other things. The Venom symbiote was reconstituted as part of these experiments, with additional human dna and further tweaks in order to stablize the creature. With the catastrophic damage dealt to it by Spider-Man, the only 'complete' template it had was that of the most-recently and fully devoured Gwendolyne Stacy, leading to her 'rebirth'.

Gwen is under no illusions as to what she is though. She knows that she's effectively a clone, and a monster, and escaped as soon as possible in order to try and rejoin her life only to realize her few living family members and friends had moved on without her. Peter was dating Mary Jane, her mother was long-gone, and Captain Stacy had passed away. With no real time to cope with this, the other escaped clones and experiments encountered Norman Osborne's Sinister Six, the real Spider-Man, and SHIELD forces, leading to a massive melee in downtown New York. By the time it was all over, most of those involved were dead, including the real Peter Parker and his clones . . all except for the symbiote that called herself Gwen Stacy, thanks to her supernatural durability and regeneration.

At the same time the after-affects of Dr. Doom's godhood in the 616 dimension (among others) were felt as a ripple through the multiverse. In most dimensions this didn't do much, but in universe 1612 it had an unusual effect. With the death of so many heroes bound by the Spider Totem and connected to the Web of Life, strands of the Web itself became visible. Rather than stay behind in a world where she was both wanted and she had nobody to care for left, she reached out to that faintly glowing crack in reality, and found herself drawn along the Web of Life and brought to the epicenter of the disturbance, one of the worlds where Doom had temporarily gained and used godlike powers, and both time and space were unstable. With the intention of starting over again, Gwen studied the recent events and the histories of heroes she knew of, and decided to offer herself up to Captain America's New Avengers UNITY team. Even if she was poked and prodded at, and untrusted, at least she'd have a chance to find new people to care for. She didn't expect to see a still-living Peter Parker though . . .

Ons: The numerous memories have given Gwen a wide variety of tastes, but she personally prefers those who are very intelligent, very strong, or very pretty. Superheroes? Definately. She enjoys just about any kink out there other than the few she doesn't enjoy, and has an UNHOLY love for chocolate due to her unique dietary needs.
Offs: Killing, Gore/Vore, Scat, the Green Goblin

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Re: Uncanny Avengers rpg: Intrest check
« Reply #28 on: May 10, 2016, 08:40:15 AM »
Placing my hat in the ring to play Ghost Rider.

Name: George Irons
Alias: Ghost Rider
Age: 29
Sex: Male
Origin of Powers: Ancient Pact between Heaven, and Hell to preserve Earth as a "Neutral Zone" (Betrayed)
Sexual Orientation: Heterosexual (Flexible if a cute enough Trap is involved)

Physical Description:

Ghost Rider:

Super Strength (70 tons)
extreme stamina/endurance (However, requires vast amounts of Food/Water/Sleep to replenish),
Manipulation of Hell Fire. (casting barriers of hell fire, imbuing Vehicles, and equipment with Hell fire to control), 
Penance Stare (Causes the Wicked to experience all the wrong, and pain they inflicted For eternity. Thus trapping them inside their own personal Hell. Leaving the Body in a vegetable like state
Tracking: The Rider can sense, and track the wicked. It is like a calling to the rider

Weakness: Holy (Water, relics, Ground, etc.)

Melee: 100ft heavy Chain,
Firearm: Sawed off shotgun.

Familiar: Motorcycle (Imbued with Hell Fire. Loyal Companion to the Rider, and has limited Sentience. Animal-like intelligence.)


Background: Born of Richard, and Martha Irons in the small Arizona town of Payson. George is the latest inheritor of the title: Ghost Rider. In the Beginning, the First Kingdom of Heaven, and the Second Kingdom of Hell fought for Domination of the Third Kingdom of Man. Yet, The Leaders of Both Heaven, and Hell came to realize that there could never be a victor in their war for there must be a Balance. So the Earth was declared neutral ground. So One Family was chosen to carry the burden of maintaining the balance. They prevent either Heaven, nor Hell from gaining too much power on Earth. So The First Ghost Rider was born. He was to be given the Powers of both Heaven, and Hell. However, on the appointed day. the First Irons was bestowed with the powers of Hell. However, the messenger from Heaven that was gifted with the blessings of Heaven to bestow upon the rider was ambushed and the powers of Heaven were stolen by a female Demon that continues to elude capture to this day. Occacionally, George is seen with a Woman of Angelic Origins.

Through the Centuries, The Irons family have been employed by the Vatican to deal with matters of supernatural incursions that they themselves refused to deal with. Some calling Irons, the Vatican's Attack Dog. Though there is a large segment in the Vatican that sees employing the Ghost Rider as an a front to the All Mighty as the Rider does Battle, and Kill members of the Heavenly host. 

Personality: George is quiet, and reserved as he doesn't want to make ties with anyone. Lest they get dragged into battles beyond their understanding. He is a loner. The Ghost Rider is merciless, and determined. Dogged in its quest to find the Demoness, as well as rid the World of the Wicked, and overly righteous. Knowing Full well that Neither Heaven, or Hell ever really has the best interest of Man at heart.

Allies: The Vatican, Heaven, Hell

Enemies: The Vatican, Heaven, Hell.

Ons: Being Seduced, touching, oral (Giving, receiving) Anal (giving), Strong (muscular too) women, Persistence.
Offs: "Bitchy" Women, Bathroom Play, Rape.
« Last Edit: May 10, 2016, 10:41:38 AM by Mac84 »

Offline VoluptuousVixenTopic starter

Re: Uncanny Avengers rpg: Intrest check
« Reply #29 on: May 13, 2016, 03:47:41 PM »

Hero Name: Scarlet Witch

Legal Name: Wanda Maximoff

Origin of Powers: Inhuman

Age: 30

Sexuality: Hetrosexual

Description (Appearance): Standing at 5'5" and weighing only one hundred and ten pounds, Wanda Maximoff appears as your typical fair-skinned young woman.  Generally, Wanda dresses in dark and red clothing and adds just enough cosmetic around the eye to contrast her eyes.  She wears more gothic and punk type clothes as well as things to represent her gypsy heritage.


Probability – Scarlet Witch’s domain. The extent of her powers, to this day, is still being recorded, but so far: she is able to fire spheres of hex magic (these have varying effects on their target that range from comical to devastating) that are dependent  on her line of sight and vary in strength (depending on her mental state and physical condition). The House of M Incident demonstrated at Scarlet Witch’s powers can become a global phenomenon, capable of disabling the Mutant X-Gene, bring the dead back to life, manifesting as red beams of light, and completely transforming people and matter. This power has been diminished after she banished the Phoenix force with the help of Hope Summers.

Telekinesis – Scarlet Witch can levitate objects and manipulate them. She is also able to make telekinetic forcefields. The extent of her telekinesis is unknown, but she relies mainly on her probability-altering abilities.

Illusions and Constructions – Scarlet Witch is able to warp reality enough to create illusions. This is different from her ability to craft constructions, however, which are physical images capable of anything – she has been known to conjure entire armies to assist her. 
Special Skills and Other:

Wanda can play the piano and is a mistress of the art of chess. Wanda can speak English and Latvian fluently. 

== Disadvantages ==
Being a Witch and being a what she thought was a Mutant are nothing when compared to being the mother of children who turned out to be the shards of Mephisto. Wanda’s greatest weakness is her mental state – she is capable of losing it with the best of them. Even after her *farther* magneto was revealed not to be her farther she still feels a connection to him.

Equipment:  Wanda is an Avenger. After stumbling around with the Mutant population, she finds her home among Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and it is a life defining choice for her. Because of the Avengers, she met the witch who would help her to control her mutation and powers, and eventually, she meets Vision – the android who she would become married to. Their relationship resulted in two children, who were actually shards of a soul belonging to Mephisto – they were reabsorbed into their proper body and the even destroyed Wanda. Although her memories of the even were removed by her mentor, Agatha Harkness, and with her marriage with Vision falling apart, the villain Immortus informed the West Coast Avengers (whom Wanda was the leader of) that he had bent the relationship to break Vision.

Eventually, it came to light that Wanda had been a mother and when seeking the truth, Wanda found it – and murdered her mentor for removing the memories. This was followed by a slew of directed violence towards the Avengers by the Scarlet Witch. The attacks were personal, coming from Wanda’s grief-stricken subconscious and were only ended when she was defeated by Doctor Strange . Moved to Genosha to recover, Wanda is put into a coma while her fate is decided – someone with her power should not be allowed to walk the line between good and evil. Wanda creates a new reality in response to the devastation that follows her brother, Pietro’s, insistence that she make a new reality where her fate isn’t decided by others. Wanda utters three words, warping reality, removing the X-Gene from most mutants.

In exchange for the new reality, Wanda loses all of her memories and falls under the protection of Doctor Doom. After she is rescued, her deeds fall on her shoulders and she attempts to commit suicide – stopped by the reincarnation of her sons. She is convinced to reverse the damage caused by M-Day (her willing away mutants), and even that is met with tragedy – ending in a spell that grants Doctor Doom not only her powers, but the powers of her son, Wiccan. She redeems herself, however, by helping to remove the Phoenix Force from the Earth with the help of the Avengers and the X-Men. 

History: A top-secret program is tasked to replicate the original Weapon X

== Character Extras =]
Played By: silkNsatan
Face Claim: Elisabeth Olsen
Ons:  Vanilla Sex | Foreplay | Slow, Passionate Kissing | Being Teased | Tension | Receiving Massages | Breast Play | Sex outdoors | Being Bitten
Offs:  Anal | Dry Sex | Humiliation | Bondage | Sensory Deprivation | Animals | Toilet | Being Gagged | Being Collared

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Re: Uncanny Avengers rpg: Intrest check
« Reply #30 on: May 16, 2016, 04:52:46 PM »
Hero Name: DarkHawk

Legal Name: Christopher “Chris” Powell

Origin of Powers: Found a mysterious amulet in an abandoned amusement park. Which gave him his powers.

Age: 19

Sexuality: Heterosexual

Description (Appearance): Christopher is like your every day normal teenager, well that is what he likes to think as himself without the alien magical amulet. He is toned from his exercising and has dark brown hair which he trims not to be very long. His height is six feet and he wears neat and ironed long sleeved buttoned up shirts and slacks. Yet he likes to keep things formal, he is caught wearing t-shirts and sweatpants if he assumes he would not have any company in the coming hours.   

Powers: The amulet he found allows him to morph his body from this realm and fuses himself with an extraterrestrial robotic shell called Darkhawk. Chris is able to control this body with his mind. This armored body has enhanced physical abilities including strength and reflexes which is powered by the amulet he wears which also can project energy as a focal point compared to Iron Mans and War Machines laser. His helmet enhances his vision to see at great lengths and has the ability to see with infra-red. There are retractable gliders under his arms which allow him to glide on air currents. Darkhawk has a grappling hook claw-cable on his right arm in shape of a claw. Once he separates himself with the body, it teleports to the other dimension Null Space and it is repaired slowly. 

Special Skills and Other: In his human form he was no superhuman abilities but he has taken some karate and kendo classes. He may not be the most intelligent man, but he isn't stupid and he is trying to comprehend how the armor works with testings and experiments.

Equipment: Ditto as his powers as his equipment is his powers from morphing with his extraterrestrial armored body.

History:  Christopher Powell was born in Queens, New York with a mother who worked in business and a father who was in the police force. After one night sneaking out in the dead of night on a school night he encountered something which would change his life. Chris observed a criminal arrangement in an abandoned amusement park which dealt with some very powerful mafia and his father. His father was accepting a bribe and he couldn’t believe his eyes and he ran away from the act until he stumbled upon a mysterious amulet which gave him the powers of a bizarre alien technology being.
After witnessing that crime and evil doing he allured that this action can occur within anyone, he vowed to use the amulets power as an edge against crime. Soon he was picked up by the avengers after being spotted by their team’s agents.

== Character Extras =
Played By:[/b] Logoff
Face Claim:  Wes Bentley

Ons:  Observing and acting as justice. For sexuality he is pretty submissive and adores being dominated, but he can switch roles if he knows it is consented. Kinks: In general he really just prefers vanilla sex but there might be an acceptation towards other kinks (Just send me a private message about what is going on and I will see if I am willing to do that kink or kink(s) :D )

Offs: Anything that is done in the bathroom stays there, nothing too violent, and he does not like being the one penetrated. Wearing a mask to hide your true intentions from his experience from his most trusted person: his father betraying his oath to protect.

« Last Edit: May 17, 2016, 02:32:36 PM by Logoff »

Offline Sasquatch421

Re: Uncanny Avengers rpg: Intrest check
« Reply #31 on: May 25, 2016, 03:17:44 AM »
Finally done with that second char...

Superhero/villain: Wonder Man
Real Name: Simon Williams
Origin of Powers: Chemical and Ionic Radiation-Induced Mutate
Age: 30
Sexual Orientation: Heterosexual
Appearance: Simon stands at 6’2” and weighs in at 380 pounds with red eyes that are usually covered with sun glasses. His hair is actually grey, but Simon dyes it. Wonder Man's eyes have no irises. His entire eyeball is permeated with shifting spots of energy, presumably the ionic energy that gave him his powers.



   Ionic Energy Form: The tissue and bones of his entire body have been augmented in strength and to a certain extent supplanted by an unknown substance during the "ionic ray" bombardment. Despite Wonder Man's statements that he is composed of "ionic energy," he is actually composed of organic matter that is permeated with this form of energy. Since his last revival, his physiology has changed a great deal and it’s not clear if his external form is ionic energy or flesh. He stated during an incident in which all the living things in New York had been morphed into symbiotes that he was an ion being and not flesh and blood. This was the prime reason he himself had not been infected. He does not house blood in his body and cannot impregnate women.

      Superhuman Strength: Williams possesses vast superhuman strength, the limits of which aren't known, and he is listed above the class 100 limit. His strength extends into his legs, as he is capable of superhuman leaps covering several hundred feet.

      Superhuman Speed: He can run and move at speeds that are beyond the physical limits of the finest human athlete.

      Superhuman Stamina: Williams' ion body grants him unlimited stamina and is therefore immune to fatigue.

      Superhuman Durability: His bodily tissues are much harder and far more resistant to physical injury than the bodily tissues of a normal human. Williams is highly resistant to penetration wounds, even from high caliber machine gun shells. He can also withstand tremendous impact forces, such as falling from great heights or being repeatedly struck by superhumanly strong opponents, without being hurt. Williams is also resistant to extremes in temperature.

      Superhuman Agility and Reflexes: His agility, balance, reflexes and bodily coordination are all enhanced to levels that are beyond the natural physical limits of even the finest human athlete.

      Superhuman Hearing: His hearing has been enhanced to a superhuman degree.

      Energy Vision: Williams can see beyond the usual spectrum visible to the human eye.

      Flight: He originally required the use of a sophisticated and advanced rocket pack attached to his costume to fly. However, following his resurrection and metamorphosis, Williams is now able to fly through the air at great speeds, the exact limit of which isn't known. He could originally fly at subsonic speeds after his metamorphosis. According to his latest official entry in the Handbooks of the Marvel Universe, Williams can fly at speeds in excess of 700 mph.

      Immortality: Williams is functionally immortal. Because of the ionic energy that empowers him, he no longer ages and is immune to disease and infection. This same energy sustains Williams' physical vitality far more efficiently than the biochemical process that sustain ordinary human life. As a result, he no longer requires food, water, or oxygen.

      Ionic Regenerative Healing: Williams' ionic form can heal itself from gunshot wounds, surgery, and even severed limbs. This allowed him to constantly survive death more often. This may be so because he has no bones, blood, or organs, and he is a being of pure ionic energy, allowing him to reform after any injury.

   Energy Manipulation:  In his energy form, Williams learned he had the ability to emit Ion energy blasts of devastating force from his hands and eyes; shown before his death at the hands of the Kree Empire.

   Strength Level: Class 100+. It has been suggested throughout his career that he is almost as strong as the Sentry; it has also been suggested that his strength is equal to that of Thor. For example, originally both were listed as class 95 in the handbook, although this scale is only for comparisons between characters, and not to be taken anywhere near literally.


   Energy Weaponry: As he is an ionic energy being, Williams is susceptible to attacks that disrupt his unique energy pattern. Dispersion would be hazardous, as he might not be able to reform without further assistance from the Scarlet Witch. During the Kang Dynasty however, he was dispersed by one of Kang's weapons and was plenty capable of reforming himself on his own after traveling a great distance to avoid being discovered alive and making a grand escape, so this is unlikely. Williams can however, be rendered unconscious and it is possible for him to be injured.

   Sanity: He has shown some mental breakdowns that lead to him attacking the Avengers multiple times after he began to believe that everything bad was caused by the team.

Special Skills and Other:

   Education: Simon has an advanced degree in Electrical Engineering.

   Actor: He’s a good actor who’s talent’s got him a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. These talents make him adept at under cover work.

   Stuntman: Before acting Simon was an expert stuntman who has worked in many big action movies.

   Expert Combatant: Wonder Man is a skilled unarmed combatant with training from various places. Most of his training was done for his movies, but he has worked to incorporate them into his fighting as well.


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Early Life

Simon Williams was the younger of two sons born to Sanford Williams (an industrialist who founded the highly successful munitions factory called Williams Innovations). When his older brother Eric Williams declined his father's offer to join the family firm, Simon, the more studious, less athletic of the two, readily accepted. When Sanford Williams died, Simon inherited full control over the business, although he was only 22. Under Simon's inexperienced management, Williams Innovations began to lose its competitive edge in the marketplace to such rapidly growing firms as Stark Industries. Desperately, Simon sought his brother's aid, and the elder Williams agreed to offer his advice. Eric suggested to Simon that he embezzle some money from the company in order to invest in some business enterprises Eric had gotten wealthy from, namely the illicit racketeering run by the criminal Maggia families. Desperate to save his father's business, Simon did as his brother suggested. His company’s board of directors discovered his embezzlement and Maggia connection, and Simon Williams was brought to trial.

Masters of Evil

Found guilty and facing a prison sentence, Williams was released when Amora the Enchantress paid his bail and enchanted the authorities. Baron Zemo had read of Williams' case and, intrigued by the newspapers' assertion that he blamed Tony Stark for his downfall, dispatched the Enchantress to recruit Williams for the Masters of Evil. (Zemo believed Stark to be the employer of his enemy Iron Man; in fact, Stark was himself secretly Iron Man). Disoriented by the upheavals in his life, Simon Williams agreed to accompany the Enchantress to Zemo's South American base.

Wonder Man

Williams agreed to become a test subject for Zemo's "ionic ray" treatment, a process that would endow him with superhuman strength and durability. After undergoing the arduous chemical and radiation treatments, Williams emerged with the attributes he was promised. Zemo then gave him a costume, dubbed him Wonder Man, and outlined his plan to use him to defeat his foes the Avengers.

To ensure Wonder Man's cooperation, Zemo told him that a side effect of the treatment that gave him his superhuman powers was that it altered his metabolism so that he would die within the week unless he was given regular treatments of an unspecified antidote. Not wishing to die, Wonder Man agreed to Zemo's plan and in a staged battle with the Masters of Evil, he won the confidence of the Avengers.

The Avengers

When he explained to them that he was dying, the Avengers accepted Wonder Man into their ranks and unsuccessfully tried every means of science known to them to cure him. Soon Wonder Man led the Avengers into an ambush by the Masters of Evil. In the course of the battle, Wonder Man had an attack of conscience and decided that he could not betray the Avengers kindness to him, even if it cost him his life. Deprived of Zemo's life-prolonging treatment, Wonder Man succumbed to the mysterious side effect of his power acquisition. Telling the Avengers that he was glad that his final act was a noble one, Wonder Man fell still, displaying no vital signs.

Although the Avengers assumed that he had died and brought his body back to the United States for identification and burial, Wonder Man had actually gone into a deathlike coma brought on by the still unstable mutagenic changes triggered in his body. Sometime later, Williams' brother Eric, now known as the criminal Grim Reaper, retrieved his younger brother's body. The Reaper wished to use his brother's cryogenically preserved body to bribe the Vision, the android whose artificial brain was cybernetically programmed with the memories and behavior patterns of Simon Williams[3], into betraying the Avengers. The Grim Reaper tried to convince the Vision that his consciousness could be transferred into Wonder Man's body, giving the Vision a more human form. Later, the Reaper claimed that Wonder Man could not be resurrected and offered to have the Vision's consciousness transferred into Captain America's body instead. The Vision pretended to go along with the Reaper's scheme in order to help the Avengers apprehend him.


The Grim Reaper managed to escape after the incident, however, and took with him his brother's seemingly lifeless body. Now obsessed with the idea of reviving his brother by any means whatsoever, the Reaper took Wonder Man's body to New Orleans hoping that the local Houngans (voodoo priests) could resuscitate it. Led by the Black Talon, the leader of their voodoo cult, the Houngans used their magic's to reanimate Wonder Man, but as a mindless zombie. Frustrated by the imperfect result, the Grim Reaper had the Houngans instruct the semi-living being to accuse the Vision of "stealing" his mind. He then packed the body into a large crate and shipped it to Avengers Mansion. When the crate was opened, Wonder Man indeed did as he was bid, but to no real effect.

The Avengers subdued Wonder Man and followed him to New Orleans to investigate what had happened. Curiously, as Wonder Man began moving about again and after having been exposed to the powers of the Living Laser, he began shaking off the effects of both the Houngans' magic and Baron Zemo's detrimental radiation treatment. Within a few days, Wonder Man was conscious and fully functional once again, much to his surprise. The Avengers later examined him and learned that he had simply been in a coma while his body was fully metamorphosed from one of flesh and blood to one of an unspecified superhuman flesh-like substance nourished by ionic energy instead of blood.

Wonder Man suffered considerable psychological trauma adjusting to the change that had come over him as well as his memories of being "dead." During the initial months of adjustment, he resided at Avengers Mansion as a guest and frequently lent his aid to the team. Despite his vast strength and resistance to injury, Wonder Man dreaded the thought of dying and facing oblivion again, and was often overwhelmed by cowardice in life-threatening situations. Finally, while battling the near-omnipotent Korvac, Wonder Man was able to master his fears long enough to live up to his full potential. However, he still felt twinges of the same irrational fear from time to time, Unable to vanquish it completely. He was eventually re-elected to membership in the Avengers, and became close friends with his fellow Avenger the Beast.

The Grim Reaper, learning that his brother was now conscious and no longer zombie-like, stole into Avengers Mansion, subdued the Avengers, and held a mock trial to determine if this Wonder Man truly was his brother. Satisfied that Wonder Man was his brother brought back to full life, the Reaper planned to kill the Vision, whom he saw as an inhuman mockery of his brother. Wonder Man fought his brother to save the Vision and defeated him. The Avengers committed the Grim Reaper to a mental institution but he eventually got free. The Reaper was now convinced that despite the evidence of the trial, Wonder Man could not be his brother for his brother would never lift a hand against him. Thus both the Vision and Wonder Man were mockeries of his brother who must die. The Reaper made another attempt on the two that ended in failure.

Leaving the Avengers

While living at Avengers Mansion, Simon Williams decided to seek employment in order to give himself something useful to do and so he was not financially dependent upon the Avengers. Having no inclination to go back into a business where he had faced his greatest humiliation, he determined to become an actor, since he felt that during much of his time with the Avengers he was only acting at being a hero. His steadiest work was as a strongman on a children's television show. He eventually quit the job and also terminated his Avengers' membership during a major reshuffling of the roster. Unable to get decent acting work, he accepted a job at Cordco Incorporated as a troubleshooter and security consultant. He only lasted there a day before deciding to move on. Heading out to Los Angeles, he decided to exploit his nearly indestructible body by doing stunt work for the movies. He was highly successful at this, and soon began getting acting work as well.

West Coast Avengers

When Hawkeye went to Los Angeles to form the West Coast Avengers, Wonder Man was invited to join the team. Despite certain qualms about living up to the Avengers' standards, he accepted. While helping the team in its struggle to establish its own identity, Wonder Man began to come to terms with himself and his role as a hero. Impressive victories over such foes as Graviton, Ultron, and his brother the Grim Reaper served to bolster his self-esteem, and his stunt work served to remind him just how impervious he was to mortal danger. His turning point came when he went on national television to announce that he was guilty of the embezzlement charge brought against him years ago and that he was sorry about it. Released from the grip of this personal devil of his past, Wonder Man was gratified when the public gave him a vote of confidence for his candid admission. He has also come to regard the Vision as a surrogate "twin brother" due to their psychological similarity.
Simon's confidence continued to increase with each victory. Suffused with ionic energy, he began to feel as if he were immortal, until the explosion of a Kree ion-cannon dispersed his body's ionic energy. But Wonder Man's mind lingered. His love for Wanda Maximoff, the hex-casting heroine called the Scarlet Witch, tied him to the mortal plane. Her love for Simon enabled Wanda to channel the chaos-energies she wields to bring Wonder Man back to life. Feeling unworthy of a second chance due to the mistakes of his past, Simon sought to reclaim his dignity and sense of self-worth. To help those overwhelmed by forces beyond their control, he established Second Chances -- a non-profit foundation funded by the re-release of his movies and videos, plus countless new projects and endorsements. Finally free of his personal demons, Wonder Man became a confident, capable crime fighter and staunch member of the Avengers.

Civil War

After the Superhuman Registration Act was passed, Simon registered and so became an officially sanctioned S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, tasked with hunting down and capturing unregistered superhumans. He followed an Atlantean agent to a warehouse, finding it to be a stockpile for Atlantean weaponry. Shortly after, Simon tried, unsuccessfully, to defend them from an attack by the Green Goblin. After embezzling money from his own charity he was coerced to do even more work for S.H.I.E.L.D., possibly as a way to seek pardon.

Wonder Man was pressured to work for the pro-registration side in the ensuing Civil War drama. In addition to capturing renegade vigilantes and criminals, Wonder Man was instrumental in creating televised messages to educate the public and yet-unregistered superhumans about the specifics of the Registration Act. He was one of the first established heroes assigned to lead the Fifty State Initiative training program for inexperienced hero recruits along with Ms. Marvel and various other former Avengers.

Iron Man and Ms. Marvel recruited him into the Mighty Avengers, a team of registered superhumans. During his time as one of the Mighty Avengers Simon began a romantic relationship with Ms. Marvel; warning her, however, not to use her position as leader of the Avengers to keep him out of potentially dangerous situations just because of their relationship.

Simon participated in all of the group's activities, such as opposing the Mole Man's bio-creations, an Ultron-infected Iron Man, an alien symbiote-mutated New York, arresting Doctor Doom, an attack orchestrated by the Hulk and his Warbound, and opposing a full-scale invasion by the Skrulls.

Dark Reign

Following the events of the Secret Invasion, Norman Osborn created a new team of Avengers, effectively retiring Wonder Man. Wonder Man later appears on television, lamenting his tenure as an Avenger, claiming it was all a waste of time, and that using violence to uphold justice has caused nothing but heartache and death. He ends his speech by sadly admitting that having Osborn in charge is exactly what the country deserves. After this, Wonder Man is imprisoned as a member of the new Lethal Legion.

Wonder Man has been seen alongside his old West Coast Avengers teammates, Ronin, Mockingbird, Tigra and War Machine in battle with a new version of Ultimo. After Siege, Simon was the only former Avenger to refuse Steve Rogers's invite to his Avengers, going so far to say "I hope you change your mind, or I'll have to change it for you." Simon later attacks the newest Avengers team during their first meeting, doing a great deal of damage to the uppermost floors of Stark Tower and destroying Noh-Varr's prototype time travel device before the Avengers can rally themselves and force him to teleport away.

After their first mission together, Bucky and Tony find Simon and attempt to convince Simon to rejoin. Still, he adamantly refuses, but is halted in his rant when Tony points out that Simon's body is becoming unstable and "leaking" his ionic energy. This suggests that Simon's current state may be caused by his body's instability, and not any real mental choice.

The Revengers

Disillusioned with the Avengers after their numerous failings, Simon felt the team was the cause of more harm than good. Organizing a group of lesser-known heroes, he informed them of the failings of the Avengers, and his own views, convincing them the Avengers had to be stopped.

Targeting Avengers Mansion, the group waited until Danielle Cage, daughter of New Avengers members Luke Cage and Jessica Jones, had left the mansion. With the entire roster of New Avengers present, Williams felt it was time to attack, with Atlas leading the charge. Overwhelmed, the New Avengers briefly held their own before being overwhelmed by the Revengers. With that team defeated, Williams set his sights on their next target: Avengers Tower... home of the main Avengers team.

Atlas attacked the Avengers Tower only to get the attention of the team, because they called a press conference at the court, where the Avengers appeared to confront them. After failing at discuss with Wonder Man, Iron Man trapped him in his ionic form in a containment unit. Not willing to fight with too many civilians near, Thor teleported the Revengers to the Citi Field, where they where subdued by both The Avengers and The New Avengers and later imprisoned.

After talking with Beast, and warning them, telling them what he thinks, Simon vanished from his containment unit.

Uncanny Avengers

After redeeming himself by helping the Avengers rescue Wasp from the Microverse, Simon joined the new Avengers Unity Squad, a team with the purpose of unifying mutant and humankind. Simon, upon joining the team, revealed that he had taken up being a pacifist because he believes he cannot solve his problems with his fists.

During a mission with the team involving the Apocalypse Twins, Rogue absorbed the powers of numerous heroes, including Simon. This overload caused Rogue to lose the control over her powers once again, and absorb Simon's essence into her mind, and his powers into her body.

Simon's consciousness was still within Rogue during the attack by the Red Skull while on the island of Genosha. After the Inversion spell done by Wanda and Doctor Doom, the X-Men and Avengers turned against each other, with both sides prepped for war. Simon's essence and abilities were used by Rogue to help the X-Men.

After Rogue was returned to normal and rejoined the Unity Division, Rogue, Simon, and the Unity Division traveled to Counter-Earth in search of Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch. They were captured by the world's citizenry, and Simon was removed from Rogue by the Master Scientist. Simon's spent time away from the Avenger’s pondering everything while being a Roadie for Billy Idol. Coming to a conclusion after rekindling his friendship with Beast, Wonder Man chokes out a rampaging Red Hulk before announcing that He’ll earn his way back.

Simon has also decided to turn away from being a pacifist, instead he’ll do whatever the situation calls for.

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« Reply #32 on: July 24, 2016, 07:18:54 PM »
Superhero/villain: Savage She-Hulk
Real Name: Lyra Walters
Origin of Powers: G-Engineers spliced the Hulk's DNA with Thundra's to create Lyra.

Age: 21
Sexual Orientation: Bisexual (Leaning towards women)
  In human form Lyra is 5’ 10” though changing into Hulk form changes this to 6’ 6” and 220 pounds of pure muscle. Along with the green skin and red hair of course….


   Superhuman Strength: In a completely calm state, Lyra possesses superhuman strength comparable to that of Jennifer Walters the first She-Hulk. It is known that she is able to lift in excess of 100 tons. Lyra's strength has extended into her highly developed leg muscles, enabling her to leap great distances or heights. She is capable of leaping to a height of over 800 feet and a distance of over 1,500 feet in a single bound.

   Superhuman Speed: Due, at least partially, to the great muscular strength and development of her leg muscles, she is capable of running and moving at speeds that are beyond the natural physical limits of the finest human athlete.

   Superhuman Stamina: Lyra's highly advanced musculature produces considerably less fatigue toxins during physical activity than the musculature of an ordinary human. She can exert herself at peak capacity for about 48 hours before fatigue begins to impair her performance.

   Superhuman Durability: Lyra's body is highly resistant to all forms of conventional injury. Her skin is capable of withstanding extreme pressures, temperatures as high as 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit and as low as -195 degrees Fahrenheit, falls from great heights, field-artillery canon shells, and powerful energy blasts without sustaining any injury.

   Superhuman Agility: Lyra's agility, balance and bodily coordination are enhanced to levels that are beyond the natural physical limits of the finest human athlete.

   Regenerative Healing Factor: Despite her body's extremely high resistance to injury, it is possible to injure her. However, she is capable of rapidly regenerating injuries that result in great tissue damage and blood loss within a matter of minutes. However, she is not capable of regenerating missing limbs or organs. Lyra's highly efficient metabolism renders her immune to all drugs and toxins as well as total immunity to all known Earthly diseases.

   Gamma Sight: Lyra also has Gamma Sight which allows her to sense someone's weakness, gives her heightened senses, and allows her to fight in a trance state.

   Her connection with gamma radiation seems to be incredibly deep. Since gamma radiation flows through everything, when she calms herself she can enter a trance-like state in which she perceives everything as a part of her, allowing her to flow easily in combat. In practical application this allows her to see attacks coming, detect weak points and battle more effectively with seemingly no effort.

   Symbiote-blinding Pheromones: In Lyra's time, there is a great "black bloom", which is descended from the Venom symbiote. To counter this, scientists of Lyra's time genetically engineer all girls to emit pheromones, making them invisible to the symbiotes. When Lyra encounters the Mac Gargan Venom in the 616 universe, he cannot see her, and she easily knocks him out. However she can turn this off if she wants to.

Weaknesses: To prevent Lyra from going into a destructive rage like her father, the engineers responsible for her abilities made it so she would get weaker the angrier she gets instead of stronger. After World War Hulks, Bruce Banner created a sort of antidote based on S.P.I.N.-tech for Lyra's anger-driven power drain. The concoction also allowed Lyra to change from Hulk to human form at will.

Raised in a world were all men are the enemies, Lyra is inexperienced in civil interactions with men in the Earth-616 timeline.

Special Skills and Other: Lyra is the chief arms maiden of her tribe and was trained since childhood in the ways of combat. Lyra has been extensively trained in the art of armed and unarmed combat and is considered to be the greatest warrior among her people, specializing in bladed and projectile weaponry.

Lyra is a skilled combat tactician, her powers requiring her to remain level headed at all times she can out-think her opponents even when she is outnumbered and outclassed.

Lyra has better relations with her aunt Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk than her father Bruce Banner/Hulk. With propaganda about She-Hulk in her time making her a role model for young girls. While having a father at all is the reason why her fellow warrior women, (who only have mothers), picked on her when she was young and considered her no better than the men.


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Earth-8009 was in its 23rd Century. It was indicated that there was a mass sterility to the people of this time, and that, at some point in the past, ("Back-in-the-day") Norman Osborn was responsible for selling superhuman powers to anyone willing to buy them. Seemingly a wasteland after the fallout of some super-human disaster, Earth-8009's populace was split into many factions - those of the men, which were numerous, and those of the women. The Overmen of the past were still worshiped by the Tribes of Men, some worshiping Wolverine or Sentry for example, and dressing/arming themselves accordingly, and had sworn death to those who did not believe.

The United Sisterhood Republic (the women of this time) was seemingly more civilized and less tribal. Instead of many tribes, the Sisterhood came together under their common cause and had a capital city in Milago. The Sisterhood was a more organized collection of females that fended off the men's attacks as well as they could, but feared they needed a larger power on their side to tip the scales in their favor.

Thundra traveled to Earth-616 in search of this time's greatest, most powerful hero. She soon came into contact with the Hulk, finding exactly what she needed. After battling for a while, there was a halt and Thundra explained the troubles of her world to Hulk, eventually kissing him (secretly sampling DNA from his saliva). Immediately afterward she was transported back to her Earth. The G-Engineers of her era spliced the Hulk's DNA with her own, and eventually, Lyra was born. Many sisters viewed Lyra as an outcast; as blasphemy to their ideals. In this world, the populace was derived, on both sides, from 'Cradles'; test-tube incubators. Lyra, however, had both a mother and father.

Lyra was gifted with the strength of her parents and trained as an elite warrior for the Sisterhood. Lyra was called by Gynosure to head a secretive mission, one not even her select band of warrior compatriots was aware of. The Sisterhood's Cradle was malfunctioning, causing defective births, and without replacement circuitry it would be the end of the Sister's ability to replenish their numbers, eventually leading to their extinction. Lyra was armed with Boudicca, a wristwatch with an artificial intelligence linked to the Sisterhood/Gynosure at all times, and sent to the Men's Cradle to steal the appropriate parts to repair their own Cradle. When a traitor turned on Lyra, seeking to claim the honor for bringing back the piece, it was destroyed in their fight. Lyra returned to Gynosure to confront her for her treachery but was then sent to the 'Back-in-the-Day' time of Earth-616, to seek out their greatest warrior and breed with him.

Dark Reign

Lyra traveled to Earth-616, still armed with her wrist-worn companion, Boudicca. She had been told to find the greatest hero of men. After a brief battle with A.R.M.O.R. personnel, who had detected her entry into this dimension and a slightly longer tussle with She-Hulk (Jen Walters), Sentry appeared, interrupting the fight with She-Hulk and asked, slightly arrogantly, what it was Lyra sought from he, Earth's mightiest warrior. It was then revealed that Lyra was after none other than Norman Osborn. Osborn appeared (as the Iron Patriot) with his Dark Avengers. Lyra fought Noh-Varr, revealing more of the history of Earth-8009 and the eventual enslavement and subsequent death of the Kree race. Noh-Varr poisoned Lyra and she was captured by the Dark Avengers. Boudicca aided in her release from eventual torture and she soon found her way to Osborn. Lyra found herself disgusted by the idea of allowing the Earth's 'Greatest Monster' to ensure the survival of the future and attempted escape. A short encounter with the entirety of the Dark Avengers found Lyra at the peak of her game for a short time, but she was soon overpowered by the combination of Ares and Ms. Marvel (Karla Sofen). She-Hulk found her and the two were teleported to A.R.M.O.R. headquarters.

During this time, Boudicca had located the manufacturing facility where the Cradle's macroprocessor was originally produced and sent one of the factory's automated robots to bury it for retrieval in the future. After the piece was dug up by the Sisterhood back on Earth-8009, Gynosure wished Lyra to go in peace to find her 'true place'.

In exchange for some of Norman Osborn's stolen secrets (compliments of Boudicca), Director Little Sky gave Lyra a place among the ranks of A.R.M.O.R. rather than deport her to her home universe.

Agent of A.R.M.O.R.

Lyra's first assignment as an agent saw her defending Earth-616 against a small-scale invasion by the Cyber-Sidhe of Earth-010001011 in western Nebraska. Their Ogham Code infected Boudicca, temporarily turning her against Lyra. However, Lyra defeated the Cyber-Sidhe in ritual combat and killed their leader, Phinn Mac Mram.
Lyra continued to have a friendship with Jennifer Walters, who was helping her get to know Earth-616 better. She also became close with Alexander Erde, the A.R.M.O.R. agent she abducted in Central Park the day she first came to this Earth.

A New Gamma Corps

After Jennifer Walters was a week late to visit Lyra in the Hollow, Lyra was concerned for her friend's whereabouts.

But Director Little Sky was not interested in an official investigation of Walters' disappearance. It was not A.R.M.O.R.'s concern. Lyra disobeyed and left in a shock-carrier with Alexander Erde. They were ambushed by a trio of genetically enhanced women, bearing the powers of the Abomination, Zzzax and the Glob respectively, and Lyra had to watch Alex die after promising him she would see him through this safely. The trio of women, Gamma Corps Black, was under the command of General Ryker, who had been released from jail by Norman Osborn shortly after Lyra's encounter with the Director of H.A.M.M.E.R. Inspired by the future that Lyra came from; Osborn had launched a massive genetics-research campaign to harvest and reproduce superhuman powers, and appointed Ryker to head this program. Intending on sending Lyra back in containment to be dissected and her organs harvested for research, Ryker's superhuman minions were surprised by the new She-Hulk, who managed to escape from their custody before she could be transported, though not before killing the Morass and destroying their aircraft, leaving the two survivors trapped with her in Death Valley.

Aberration was the next to fall to Lyra. Injured badly in an explosion, Aberration's genetic modifications went haywire, mutating her further with tumor-like growths and deformities. Lyra finished her off with a street post through the head. Finally, there was only Axon, but Axon threatened to absorb the lives of innocent bystanders if Lyra did not surrender to her. Lyra did so, and Axon began draining her of her gamma-infused life energy. This caused Lyra to appear human, and for Axon to inherit Lyra's anger-related weakness. Lyra exploited this, angering and beating Axon until the weakened madwoman relented. Rather than by Lyra's hands, Axon was eliminated by a spy jet at Ryker's command. Lyra regretted the deaths of her adversaries, because it was not the way in which Jennifer Walters would have done things. She proceeded to the Gamma Base in Death Valley, where she hoped to find clues towards Walters whereabouts. However, she found no sign of the other She-Hulk, but was confronted by an unseen character, offering her a proposal.

Fall of the Hulks

Lyra was seen to be working not only with the Red She-Hulk, but with MODOK as well. Lyra and Red She-Hulk had a small altercation in an undisclosed Intelligencia base before MODOK zapped them both into submission. Lyra then joined the Wizard as a member of the Frightful Four (apparently replacing Thundra) in order to attack the Baxter Building, home of the Fantastic Four. She was able to defeat the Human Torch on her own, although her clothes were burned off in the process. She took a red Fantastic Four uniform and met with the Wizard. The mission was a success and Mr. Fantastic was captured.

Although Lyra joined the team because of her differences with her mother, she still had great respect for Jen Walters. After gaining the trust of the Intelligencia, Lyra came across Jen, who had been missing for some time, aboard the Intelligencia's massive airship, known as the Hellcarrier. Jen seemed to be in some sort of stasis chamber. Days later Lyra returned to the chamber and broke Jennifer free of the chamber that was draining her gamma radiation.

World War Hulks

After saving Jen Walters from the Intelligencia's imprisonment the two got in a small scuffle with the Red She-Hulk, where they tried to sway her to their side. They could see the mental programming of the Red She-Hulk breaking and tried to take advantage of the situation. Red let them fall from the Hellcarrier and into the AIM Hulk's rampage on the Capitol Building. Lyra and Jen fought waves of the Hulk soldiers and escaped into the subway system below. As they cleared themselves from the group of Hulks and set up a game-plan, Lyra remembered a time capsule that survived into her time and left a message to her mother for the future - telling her that she was proud of her and was grateful for all she had done in the future. Red She-Hulk appeared and helped Lyra and Jen Walters fight through the mass of AIM Hulks, breaking through the programming finally.


Lyra was soon assimilated into the Hulk family, even being seen in hiding with them in FL before the events of the Dark Son saga. Jen Walters (She-Hulk) took Lyra under her wing, at the request of Bruce Banner, and moved with her to a lavish apartment in New York City. The apartment had been set up for them by the Olympus Group.  He also gave her a cure to the power drain she get when Lyra gets angry. This also allows her to shift between human and Hulk form, but gives her a younger body.

She-Hulk and Lyra were running missions as part of the post-World War Hulks clean up, tracking down and arresting escaped members of the Intelligencia. Their first capture was the Trapster, whom they found gambling in a casino (using a magnetic ring to cheat) in Las Vegas. Jen and Lyra showed up and attacked him, eventually chasing after him through the city before taking him down.

In New York, Lyra was enrolled into high school under the name 'Lyra Walters', and caught the ire of a classmate, Amelia, by sitting with Amelia's crush, Jake Constantine. Lyra's cover story was that she had been home-schooled and transferred to high school. After her first day, Jen and Lyra went after the Wizard, who had purchased a large yacht and filled it with women in bathing suits. During the fight, Wizard's yacht crashes, allowing them to capture him. Wizard was then brought to a prison within Banner's Death Valley Gamma Base, where the Hulk convinced him to reveal the location of their next target: the Red Ghost.

Back at school, after playing a game of volleyball Lyra goes to the locker room and turns into a Hulk, however Amelia follows her and captures this incident on tape. Lyra is then contacted by Jennifer and they meet up to track down the Red Ghost. While fighting the Red Ghost and his apes, Jennifer is knocked away by one of the apes, leaving Lyra to battle them alone. Amelia is then found on the carrier by one of the apes named Petro. Jennifer returns and saves Amelia from the last remaining ape. Later while at the gamma base Lyra and Amelia talk, Amelia decides that they should be friends and that Lyra should come with her to the school dance. Lyra then goes shopping with Jen for a dress.

Their next target is Klaw. After receiving a message from Bruce, Lyra and Jennifer arrive in Switzerland and break into the base where Mad Thinker is helping Klaw get rid of his powers by transferring them into a creation called Byte. However, the process is stopped when Lyra starts destroying machines before she knows what they are. With Klaw's energy having nowhere else to go, an explosion destroys Mad Thinker's base. Outside the destroyed base, Klaw wakes up and attacks the Hulks with Byte who seems to have retained some of the powers taken from Klaw. The She-Hulks soon overcome and defeat the sound powered duo.

Later on Lyra is at her dance in her human form when Jake asks her to dance. Unfortunately the Wizard has broken out of his prison and goes to Lyra's dance to kill her. However, on seeing a blast coming from the Wizard, Jake steps in front of it to protect the human Lyra. Seeing her date harmed, Lyra begins to fight the Wizard however the fight isn't going so well for her and she is almost killed by Bentley when Jennifer shows up. After the Wizard is defeated everyone at the dance blames Lyra. Amelia even lies saying she hadn't known Lyra was a Hulk. Lyra and Jennifer than leave the dance with Lyra saddened because she had hurt her friends.

Fear Itself

During Fear Itself, Attuma, granted the power of the Worthy, attacked Namor and New Atlantis. Upon seeing Namor being badly beaten by the newly powerful Attuma, Loa saves Namor and brings him to the surface. Two days later, Dr. Strange finds Namor and Loa in a bar on the port after Namor summoned him for help. Namor expresses guilt over not being strong enough to save New Atlantis; Loa reassures him that it wasn't his fault. Strange then uses a spell to call upon more allies to help, which Loa thinks is much cooler than 'Avengers Assemble'. However, later the three wait at a diner for the allies to arrive, Loa expresses that she hates to be a downer but she doesn't think anyone's coming. But Strange then senses a great danger approaching, but the threat is ended with arrival of Lyra who was brought instead of the Hulk due to Strange's imperfect spell. However the moment is interrupted when Loa notices more sea monsters coming to attack the city.
As Loa explains how unsure she is due to the state of their side, Strange merely smiles and tells her it reminds him of old times. Strange then leads this new team of Defenders into battle against the creatures. Loa takes down some of the creatures before even more arrive due to the creatures mass breeding. However, just then, the Silver Surfer arrives, warning them that this threat potentially threatens the cosmos, to which Loa says upon seeing him, 'that is so cool!'

A part of the spell Strange used gave Lyra back her older body, but allows her to still change forms. She remains part of the new Defenders team for awhile until she was contacted to be part of a new team in the need of a Savage She-Hulk…

Equipment: Lyra has been observed fighting with anything from spears and swords to laser rifles. However she will always rely on her fists first…

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