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MARVEL Infinity End: Intrest Check (Need more femmes)
« on: May 09, 2018, 06:43:40 am »




PLOT:
Thanos has taken over the Earth - Behold the Glory of the Mad Titan. The infamous super-villain awakened nearly a decade ago and has been silently waiting for his moment to strike, building an army strong enough to take control of the entire earth. He took his revenge on those who would appose him such as the Guardians of the Galaxy and his daughter Gamora.  The Fantastic Four were the first heroes to appose him.  Now imprisoned Thanos has sucked their collective concionciuness to understand the Earth. The remaining heroes now fight back the Avengers, now stranded in Wakanda face up as the main front. While Black panther wishes to keep is people separate he now realises that his country can no longer distance itself from the rest of the world. Wielding the infinity Gauntlet the Mad Titan is virtually unstoppable. But one stone is missing, the reality stone, which is hidden within the underground lairs of Wakanda. 

The Black Order hit fast and hard - taking out all of the major human, mutant, Inhuman and alien strongholds on the planet. Every center of power and communication was hit first and without warning. Major cities around the world lay crumbling and near-demolished. Supposed 'safe-havens' for mutants and Inhuman and other superhuman groups have been completely annihilated. The Planet is  now scattered, divided, and feels powerless against this unstoppable force. But there are those who would stand against the violent tyrant; against the oppression of force and fear by using their powers to fight back. The Defenders protect New York City and keep its people safe best they can, even uniting with former foes in a deadly alliance.

The remaining Inhumans are based In Los Angles and are trying to keep their lost city of Atalan together against Thanos Attacks. The Xmen are hiding out in Canada at the old weapon X facility whilst trying to reach out to any distressed Mutants. The greater part of Europe is protected by Captain Britain and his MI5 team. The Brotherhood of mutants operates within the Savage Land With Kazar. The Thunderbolts are down under in Australia. Each faction trying to stay together and not get killed as so many other heroes and heroines already have.




     CAST:
          - VoluptiousVixen as Black Widow, Captain Marvel, and Kitty Pryde (Lead GM - All Threads)
                    - Rachel Grey/Phoenix, Professor Xavier, Doctor Doom, Namor, Mr Fantastic, Invisable Woman, Human Torch, Thing
          - Please see the Recruitment Thread if you are interested in joining!

          Key: GM/Co-GM, Male, Female, Transgender Main Villain, Sub Villain, KIA/Deactivated/Non-Playable, (Status Update)




THREAD DIRECTORY

Administrative:

In-Character:





IMPORTANT INFO
     This will be a free-form RP where combat is discussed between players and GMs via PM with the standard restrictions of no god-moding, killing off other player's characters, or significantly affecting another player's character without their consent, etc. Story and plot is the main goal here and everything will revolve around it. (The best RPs have a good story and characters with depth to drive it, the combat and interaction is a by-product of those two main focuses.)

     That is the general gist of it, and the details of the plot will be built as players choose characters to play. Original characters WILL be accepted so long as they are not a close copycat of some pre-created hero/villain.
 
Canon character's that have multiple versions will need to be discussed with the GM's as to which version will be used and their power's/limitations. An important thing to note is that since players may and may OFTEN be engaging each other in combat - try to avoid the high-tier combat characters with ridiculous power (like Galactus and others of that nature). Rachel Grey/Phoenix is not an available character; neither is Professor Xavier. As of now all players will be neutral with an eventual movement towards being a part of the resistance against Thanos and his Black order.
     




GAME REQUIREMENTS:
     - This is a freeform based group game, and a collaborative story.
     - This game is a "Light" category game, so BDSM and NC posters should look elsewhere.
     - Minimum limit of one post per week, anything less requires GM approval.
     - Maximum limit does not exist on posts - so long as you aren't pushing the story past fellow players (GM discretion)
     - Communication with other players concerning IC interactions, and posts that effect others.
     - Communication with GMs on plot-changing events, or anything that breaks/alters the current theme/state of game.
     - Choosing characters is a first-come first-serve basis.
     - Players can play both Canon and Original Characters.
     - Players can play as protagonists regardless of traditional hero/villain choice.
     - Unless GM approved, all characters are part of the Resistance (PM Veluux if interested in playing antagonists)
     - Maximum characters per person is currently set at three - one of which MUST be an OC (Judgement Survivor)
     - If only playing a single character, it is allowed to be a Canon Character of the Marvel Universe.
     - Your character's starting thread location will be chosen for you (PM Veluux to find out what location to plan for)
     - You are not required to read every post in every thread, but it is advised to try to keep up with the larger plot.
     - At the minimum you must at least bookmark the other threads and check post tags for your character.
     - If you are tagging someone from another thread for interaction, PM them first as courtesy.
     - This is a Marvel Universe game, and elements of the story will draw from that universe alone.
     - This is also an 'Alternative Universe' game, meaning canon character's background and history is subject to change.
     - Some of the extremely powerful Canon Characters might also be subject to power/training/equipment modifications.
     - The world is in a state of post-apocalyptic destruction, so keep that in mind when posting.
     - Unless approved by a GM, all long-distance communication (not related to special powers) is prohibited.
     - Unless approved by a GM, all major resources and power/communication/military facilities are villain controlled.
     - Being a part of this game does NOT require an in-depth knowledge of the comic universe.
     - Post length is flexible, but try to maintain the flow of the story and give your fellow players enough meat to work with.
     - If your character is part of an interaction, other players must have a chance to respond (7 days from their last post).
     - All standard courtesies apply.
     - If you know you're going to be away or posting less than normal for whatever reason, communicate it with a GM.
     - Bookmarking all IC Threads and the Main Directory is MANDATORY.




Here's the Character bio template code! PM to Vixen!
Code: [Select]

[floatleft][img height=212 padding=5]  -SQUARE AVATAR URL GOES HERE (approx 200x200)-  [/img][/floatleft]

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[font=georgia][size=20pt][color=orange]     [b]Character's primary codename here (like IRON MAN)[/b][/color][/size][/font]
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       [font=andale mono][size=14pt][b]Real Name:[/b] Your character's real name here.
       [b]Known Aliases:[/b] This is where your character's additional codenames are listed.
       [b]Role:[/b] Scout, Leader, Brawler, etc whatever word or phrase you think describes your combat or group role.[/size][/font]

[hr]

[justify][font=andale mono][size=12pt][b]Powers and Abilities:[/b]
     This is part where you describe specific superhuman powers or skills that your character has been gifted with. Try not to include anything that can be put into the training or equipment category below.

[b]Training and Equipment:[/b]
     This is where you will include anything your character has learned or utilized that is not related to superhuman powers or abilities. It could be schooling, professional training in combat, weapons, etc. Also any equipment your character utilizes that sets you apart from a regular person or enables you to perform superhuman feats.

[b]Background and History:[/b]
      We don't need your full character's history as some of these canon characters have quite a lengthy bio. Just include information that you believe is important to this current plot and theme. Include any events to feel my affect the way your character is acting and behaving in this story, and the most crucial events from their distant past that really makes them who they are. Brief origin backgrounds are welcome here as well.

[floatright][img height=350 padding=10]  -SPLASH ART URL GOES HERE-   [/img][/floatright][font=andale mono][size=12pt][b]Faults and Weaknesses:[/b]
     Here you can list what mental, physical, and emotional flaws your character has, as well as any weaknesses related to their powers.

[b]Current Relations and Activity:[/b]
      Type about who your character has interacted with prior to Apocalypse awakening and what individuals, groups, and organizations they were or are currently associated with. Also discuss any recent activity that has gone on with them since Apocalypse first assault a few days ago.[/size][/font][/justify]
Be sure to complete all areas and include both your main picture and splash art!







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Re: MARVEL Infinity End: Intrest Check
« Reply #1 on: May 09, 2018, 06:49:00 am »
SHADOWCAT
               
                                                                     
CHARACTER NAME: Shadowcat
REAL NAME: Kitty Pryde
AGE: 23, Birthday the 18th of October
SEXUAL ORIENTATION: Hetrosexual
HEIGHT: 5`7
WEIGHT: 127lbs.
AFFILIATION: The X-men (Gold Team Leader), Guardians of the Galaxy (formerly) Excalibur (formerly) S.H.E.I.L.D (formerly)
PLAYED BY: silkNsatan
FACECLAIM: Lyndsey Foncessca

APPERENACE:




HISTORY:

Kitty was born in Deerfield, Illinois. When she was 13 years old, she began getting headaches which were the result of her mutant powers starting to manifest. Both the Hellfire Club and Professor X pursued Kitty to get her to join their cause. Kitty did not like Emma Frost or her attitude which made Kitty feel uncomfortable around her. It was an easy decision for Kitty to go with Xavier and the few X-Men accompanying him. One of the X-Men was Storm, and they quickly became friends.

The X-Men were abruptly attacked by mercenaries sent by Emma Frost. They battled and The X-Men defeated them easily, but Emma used her telepathy to freeze everyone. Kitty was able to slip away during the confusion and contacted Cyclops, Jean Grey, and Nightcrawler. They arrived soon after and Kitty helped them rescue the captured X-Men. Xavier returned Kitty to her parents who were furious that their daughter had been missing for an entire day. When Professor Xavier requested that she be allowed to study at his School For Gifted Youngsters, Kitty's parents refused, and expressed their fear for the danger they felt he represented to their daughter. Jean Grey erased their memories and replaced them with false ones, thus changing their perception of Professor Xavier. Kitty's parents relented, and she was allowed to join the school, becoming the youngest X-Man ever.While in the X-men, Kitty developed a relationship with her (older) team member, Colossus. She also became close friends with his sister Illyana Rasputin. Initially, Kitty was also uncomfortable around mutants with irregular physical features such as Nightcrawler. Eventually she overcame this problem as she got to know him, and the two became close friends. During a mission in space, Kitty befriended an alien dragon named Lockheed. They gained a psychic bond with each other and Lockheed became extremely loyal to Kitty. To this day the two are nearly inseparable.

While dating Colossus Kitty met Douglas Ramsey, a bright young man who shared her love for computers, science fiction, and arcade games. The two seemed an ideal pair; both notably bright (Kitty has been said to possess 'genius-level intelligence', Doug being on par), from similar backgrounds, and close in age.

This was not lost on Colossus, who sometimes wondered if he, a 'simple Russian farm boy', could make Kitty as happy as her new friend seemed to. The White Queen stated that Kitty had feelings for Doug when she tried to persuade the young woman to transfer to Massachusetts Academy. Despite all this, Kitty and Colossus remained close, often going to Salem Center on dates. Colossus, despite having stated that he and Kitty had already talked about having a life together once she was old enough, developed feelings for an alien named Zsaji whom he met during the Secret Wars. At first he thought the feelings were due to the side-effects of her healing powers, but he eventually realized them as genuine emotion. The object of his affections, however, died in battle, a loss that affected the young Russian profoundly. Once back on earth, he confessed to Kitty that he had not been faithful and cheated on her with Zsaji. This ultimately ended their relationship.

When Kitty's father, Carmen Pryde, ran into trouble with the Yakuza, she went to Japan to investigate. She was kidnapped and brainwashed by a ninja Yakuza boss named Ogun. Using a combination of brainwashing and training techniques that bordered on magical, Ogun turned her into an assassin and she single-handedly killed entire groups of ninjas. When he felt she was ready, Ogun ordered her to kill Wolverine. Kitty nearly did kill Wolverine before his friend, Yukio, beat her senseless, allowing Kitty the opportunity to defeat the brainwashing. Kitty realized that she had been turned into a killing machine and tried to run away, however Wolverine stopped her and forced her to confront her issues. Kitty, Wolverine, and Yukio battled Ogun together and defeated him. Defeated and humiliated, Ogun tried to kill her, but impaled himself on Wolverine's claws as he passed through Kitty's phased form. In the end Kitty decided not to kill Ogun which convinced Wolverine that she was herself again.

Together, Kitty and Wolverine helped her father recover, eventually returning to New York City. The two have since developed a big brother/little sister relationship. She also adopted the code name Shadowcat after this event.

During the Mutant Massacre, Kitty was badly injured saving Rogue from Harpoon. Her injury made her unable to un-phase and she was rushed to Muir Island to be treated by Dr. Moira MacTaggert. Moria was able to stop her from losing physical substance which would have made her cease to exist, but was not able to do more. Kitty was still intangible and had to make an extreme effort of concentration to become solid. At first they went to Mr. Fantastic for help, but he declined, claiming that he did not know what he could do for her. The X-Men turned to Doctor Doom, which angered the Fantastic Four. The Fantastic Four then tried to stop Dr. Doom from treating Kitty, believing that Doom had an ulterior motive, and they battled the X-Men. Franklin Richards stopped the two teams from fighting and made everyone come to their senses, in the process bonding considerably with Kitty herself. Reed Richards saw the error of his ways and decided to help the wounded young mutant, saving her life.

During a fight with the Adversary (Kitty was not present due to her injuries from the Mutant Massacre), the X-Men made a sacrificing move to defeat him. This was televised live and it showed the X-Men being killed while defeating the Adversary. They were later resurrected and decided to keep a low profile so they could have the advantage on their enemies. This meant they could not contact friends, family or even Kitty. Thinking her friends had died, Kitty was devastated. She left the X-Men mansion together with her long time teammate Nightcrawler and her pet dragon, Lockheed, and went to Britain. There she helped form the superhero team Excalibur which included new teammates Captain Britain and Meggan.

She and Rachel Summers (an old X-Men teammate) were good friends, however, she was annoyed with her a great deal sometimes as most men they met were only interested in Rachel. Wanting to be like Rachel, Kitty dressed up in one of Rachel's costumes, strapped some high heels on, painted her face and went out on the town.After some time with Excalibur, Kitty learned that the X-men, who she presumed dead, where still alive. While being happier then she had been in a while, she and Nightcrawler choose to remain with Excalibur. A lot of things happened in the life of Kitty after that. Rachel seemingly got lost in the time-stream and was not seen again for a few years. Also a Phalanx-like creature calling itself Douglock surfaced and soon became part of the team. Despite bearing a striking resemblance to her long-dead friend Douglas Ramsey, it was proven that Douglock was an entirely separate entity, a concept which took Kitty a while to fully accept, and eventually the two became close friends as well. Kitty had even met and eventually fell in love with a British special agent named Pete Wisdom, who was himself a mutant. Later, Colossus regained his feelings for Kitty and went of to England to try and get her back. Unfortunately for him, Kitty was in a relationship with Pete Wisdom. Although Colossus was extremely mad at Pete and lashed out at him a number of times, he finally accepted their relationship and joined Excalibur. However, on a mission with S.H.I.E.L.D, Kitty realized that she was strongly attracted to one of the other agents, causing her to seriously re-think her relationship with Wisdom. Upon returning home, the two eventually sat down and discussed their feelings for one another, and decided to stop dating. Not long after, Captain Britain decided to retire from superheroing and married Mega. Excalibur disbanded soon afterwards. Kitty and her friends from Excalibur, Nightcrawler and Colossus joined her back to the United States and back to the X-Men. She ended her relationship with Pete Wisdom from that point on.

After Captain Britain left Excalibur for good, the team was disbanded. Kitty and her friends from Excalibur, Nightcrawler and Colossus joined her back to the United States and back to the X-Men. There Kitty became part of the newest X-Men group where she was re-joyed of seeing her good friend Wolverine and Storm again. Kitty quickly adjusts to the team once more and became a valuable asset. Kitty remained an X-Man for some time, but when Colossus sacrificed his life to host the cure for the Legacy Virus, Kitty was distraught and left the team. She took his ashes back to Russia where he was born and raised and spread them across his family farm. Afterward. she retired from her career as a superhero and attended college in Chicago, working part-time in order to pay for her tuition. It was at this time that she also began to search for her father who she discovered had been in Genosha during the Sentinel attack that completely decimated the island nation's mutant population.

Despite her reservations toward acting like a superhero, the rising anti-mutant sentiment and the threat it posed to her friends and family began to convince Kitty of her responsibility to once again use her powers and knowledge for the greater good. She also found a clip of her father in her messages sent before his death, telling her that he was proud of her and to make him even prouder. She then teamed with her friends, including Karma and Shola Inkosi, and fought back against attacks by Wild Sentinels and the Purity anti-mutant faction.

Kitty was then captured by Reverend William Stryker and his goons who injected her with psychotropic drugs in an attempt to convert her to their cause. She managed to resist them and nearly killed Stryker, but instead allowed him to merge with an A.I. in an attempt to teach him about humanity. Kitty was freed by the X-Men and was influential in helping Storm's team recover Destiny's diaries. She re-joined the Xavier Institute now as a English teacher and started a romance up with Piotr Rasputin/Colossus. However after the Breakworld incident they stopped seeing each other, Kitty was the mentor of the five time displaced original X-men, she briefly dated Iceman before he came out as Homosexual and she spent six months traveling in space with the Guardians Of the Galaxy. She now has returned to Earth more confident and ready to lead the X-men.

POWERS/ABILITIES:

Kitty Pryde has the ability to pass through solid matter by allowing the molecules of her body to travel through the space between the molecules of whatever solid she is traveling through. In A+X she explains she used to hold her breath or she thought she had to but after the initial shock wore off, she can now phase through solid objects while breathing and talking. She can also render other people and objects intangible by touching them. When phasing through extremely dense materials, such as adamantium, Kitty experiences pain and disorientation as well as those with dense metals in their bodies ( Wolverine, X-23, etc.) should she phase through them. For some unknown reason, when Kitty phased through Garokk, it caused him intense pain. The reason for this is unclear. Kitty is capable of phasing any amount of her body through objects as well as humans leaving them unconscious.

Kitty can disrupt electronic devices by passing through them in this manner without harm to herself. When she uses this ability in the opposite direction she can levitate herself by walking on air, as if she were walking up a flight of stairs. In her intangible state she is weak against certain energies, psionic and mystical attacks. While in phase form Kitty has demonstrated a remarkable resistance to psychic probing and psionic attacks, but she can be hurt by the Soul Sword and remains vulnerable to magic-based attacks.

WEAKNESSES:

Kitty sufferd mental torture under the hands of Ogun and never really got over it, she considers him her greatest foe.
She is susceptible to all magical attack and telepathic assaults. Kitty would die for her friends and they are her greatest weakness.
Kitty feels guilty for the death of her farther and thinks she could have saved him If she hadn't been so proud when they fell out.   

PERSONALITY:

A trained dancer and gymnast.
Has a passion for the theatre and music festivals, loves to travel.
She wears her Jewish Star under her uniform.
Kitty was formerly in a serious relationship with Pete Wisdom before he faked his death.
Katherine lost her virginity to Pete Wisdom at age 18.
Kitty never really stopped loving her first boyfriend Piotr Rasputin.
Sees Logan and Ororo as surrogate "parents".
Kitty is also very close with Nightcralwer, Rachel Grey, Illyana Rasputin, Captain Britain and Megan. 

EQUIPMENT:

Kitty dosent really carry around weapons but she is trained in all types of weaponry.

KNOWN ENEMIES: Ogun, Magneto, Nimrod, and others.

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Re: MARVEL Infinity End: Intrest Check
« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2018, 07:04:00 am »
CHARACTER NAME: Black Widow
PLAYED BY: voluptiousvixen
REAL NAME: Natasha Romanov
AGE: 25 (In appearance)
SEXUAL ORIENTATION: HetroSexual
HEIGHT: 5`11
WEIGHT: 127lbs.
AFFILIATION: The Avengers, (Formerly) The Champions, S.H.E.I.L.D, The Red Room unit
APPERANCE




HISTORY:

It was rumored that Natasha Romanova was somehow related to the last ruling czars of Russia, but this was never proven. Nothing else was known about her prior to World War II.

There are varying accounts of Romanova's early life. One account states that Nazis set the building Natasha was living in on fire in Stalingrad, and her mother threw her out the window to a Russian soldier before dying in the fire. The soldier’s name was Ivan Petrovitch, and he watched over Natasha for her entire life, remaining by her side as her chauffeur.

While under Ivan's protection, many adversaries attempted to attack her. Baron von Stucker abducted Natasha and presented her to the Hand in Madripoor. There, she was to become their Master Assassin until Captain America, Logan, and Ivan saved her. As Natasha grew and matured, she proved to be an amazing athlete and scholar, while gaining distinction in the USSR as a ballerina. The Soviet government intelligence (KGB) decided that the skill set of this couple would make them superb special operatives, and split them up while Alexi was away on a mission. Trained as the Red Guardian, Alexi became the Soviet Union’s answer to the United States’ Captain America. Natasha was told that her husband died in an experimental rocket crash, and was drafted into the KGB. She became their best operative from being trained in the infamous Red Room Academy, becoming excellent at fighting and information gathering. During this time she had some training under the Winter Soldier. It was there she was first dubbed the “Black Widow.”

Black Widow was assigned to assist Boris Turgenov in the assassination of Professor Anton Vanko for defecting from their country by infiltrating Stark Industries in America. Tony Stark, the original Iron Man, continually foiled her schemes against Stark Industries. Romanova later met the novice archer Hawkeye and set him against Iron Man, and later helped Hawkeye battle Iron Man. Unfortunately, Hawkeye's association with Russian spies would label him a criminal in his early career. But both eventually came around and became heros. She worked with the Champions of Los Angeles, who disbanded due to bankruptcy, and attempted a partnership with Hercules without success. In time, Black Widow came back to the Avengers and became a co-leader, managing ops at home base while Black Knight lead in the field. When the majority of the Avengers were killed during the Onslaught saga, she was unable to rebuild the team while fighting off lawsuits from the Maria Stark Foundation. She always felt as if the Avengers dissolution was solely her fault.

Natasha, still one of the world’s most sought-after espionage agents alive, was recruited by Iron Man and Ms. Marvel to be on the newest team of Avengers alongside the Sentry, Ares, the Wasp, and Wonder Man. She immediately proved herself in battle against the Mole Man's biological creatures and continued to do so when taking command of SHIELD during the Ultron crisis. After the Siege of Asgard, Black Widow joined Commander Rogers' new Secret Avengers. Time later, when the Stark Tower was rebuilt, she joined the Avengers' main team and even had a room there. She played a vital role in helping Spider-Man defeat the Sinister Six's latest scheme when she, Spider-Man and Silver Sable were the last heroes left standing after the Six defeated the rest of the Avengers (Albeit because she was the closest Avenger to Sable's cloaked plane.

POWERS/ABILITIES:

◾Peak Human Strength: Her physical strength is at the peak level of natural physical limits of a woman of her height, weight and build. She is capable of lifting up to 500 lbs.

◾Peak Human Speed: Her speed is also enhanced to the peak of human capability. Natasha is as fast as a human can be without being classified as superhuman.

◾Peak Human Agility: Natasha's natural agility is heightened to a level greater than that of an Olympic gold medalist. She can coordinate her body with balance, flexibility, and dexterity easily.

◾Peak Human Reflexes: Her reaction time is similarly enhanced and functions with superhuman efficiency and capability.

◾Peak Human Durability: Natasha's bodily tissues have been augmented to the pinnacle of human development. Though she can be injured in the typical ways other humans can be, she possesses exceptional human strength, endurance, and stamina.

◾Peak Human Senses: Her five senses are enhanced and function at the peak of human perfection.

◾Extended Longevity: The Super Soldier serum variant has also extended her lifespan by dramatically slowing her natural aging process. Although she is almost 70 years old, she has the youthful appearance and vitality of a woman in the physical prime of her life.

WEAKNESSES:

She is vulnerable to magical attacks as recently made aware to her when she fought against Illyiana Rasputin during the X-men VS Avengers war. Natasha is also subseptiable to mind control from a telepath on the level of the X-men, such as Psylocke ore Emma Frost. Natasha can also be taken down by energy based attacks and the elements but she would put up one hell of a fight. And on a personal note the Super Soldier serum has kept her in her physical prime, its effects on her body have made pregnancy impossible. Natasha`s past means not even those closet to her can ever fully trust her one hundred per cent.

PERSONALITY:

A mistress of seduction and of lies, Natasha is the perfect spy, with a determination to survive no matter the cost.
Natasha as "Red in her ledger" and as such feels she has a lot of mistakes to correct.
She has had romantic relationships with Hawkeye, Daredevil, and Captain America (Bucky Barnes).
Her Romance with Hawkeye has turned into a solid lasting friendship, however her time with Matt Murdock was very intense and as such the two have difficulty been in the same room together, for years after the stayed friends with benefits, until she fell for Bucky Barnes who was killed six months ago fighting the Red Skulls daughter Sin.
Natasha does not particularly have a social life of her own; she dedicates most of her time to her espionage work.
She has great deal of respect for Captain America as he understands her and she has worked with him on multiple occasions in both super heroics and espionage. Natasha is often his first choice as a second-in-command officer in the Avengers, enabling her to utilize all of talents.

EQUIPMENT:

Personal Weaponry: The Black Widow's Gauntlets are wrist cartridges containing various tools of the spy trade: tear-gas pellets, a radio transmitter and spring-loaded cable.

Special Weaponry: Various automatic weapons and firearms, combat knives and explosives as needed. She also uses a device often referred to as the Widow's Bite that is capable of emitting highly potent electric shocks with a maximum of about 30,000 volts.

Source of Paraphernalia: Formerly Soviet Union, S.H.I.E.L.D. , Avengers

KNOWN ENEMIES: Sin, Yelena Belova, The Red Skull, Viper to name a few.
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Re: MARVEL Infinity End: Intrest Check
« Reply #3 on: May 09, 2018, 12:33:57 pm »
== Character Bio ==

== Personal Information ==
Legal Name: Carol Susan Jane Danvers
Alias: Captain Marvel
Age: 32
Sexuality: Heterosexual
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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« Reply #4 on: May 10, 2018, 08:15:30 am »
I may be tempted to give this game a try.

As for character concept, I was thinking the following after seeing this artwork, a combination of spider-gwen and venom ^^



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Black Panther here!!

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I'm reserving Gambit.
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Interested in Wiccan and might have someone interested in Hulkling.

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I'm interested, but I haven't decided on a character yet

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Also considering, if I don't feel overwhelmed with one, playing Bruce Banner/Hulk as well.

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I've been asked to possibly bring Selene Gallio in; since I've played her before in the past and she's TOTALLY in my wheelhouse I'll read up on things when I have time this weekend and possibly toss my hat into this game!

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       Real Name: Steven "Steve" Grant Rogers
       Known Aliases: The First Avenger, Living Legend, Sentinel of Liberty, Captain America
       Role: Tactician, Leader, Brawler, Inspiration.





Powers and Abilities:
The Super-Soldier Serum (SSS) metabolized and permanently enhanced all of Rogers' bodily functions to the peak of human potential. Dr. Reinstein described this potential as being "the next step in human evolution," while still remaining completely human but often called the "Perfect Man." The secret of the SSS formula was lost upon Dr. Erskine's death. Nick Fury's intel classified him as power level 8.

◾ Artificially Enhanced Physiology: Rogers has no superhuman powers, although as a result of the Super-Soldier Serum, he was transformed from a frail young man into a "perfect" specimen of human development and conditioning. Rogers is as intelligent, strong, fast, agile, and durable as possible for a human being to be without being considered superhuman.He possesses abilities superior to any Olympic-level athlete to have ever competed. Also, the SSS is definite, meaning even if he chose to live an unhealthy lifestyle, none of his powers would weaken. Dr. Keith Kincaid theorized that as long as some of the serum remains in Rogers' body, it would be able to reproduce it and sustain Rogers' powers.
◾ Peak Human Strength: Rogers' physical strength is enhanced to the very peak of human potential, consistently able to sustain lifts of 800 lbs (363 kg). This strength also extends to his legs, enabling him to leap 20 ft (6 m) out in a single bound and 10 ft (3 m) into the air without a running start, though when really pushed, he might be able to leap even greater heights than 10 ft. He can snap steel handcuffs and chains, throw his shield with enough force to dislodge the turret ring of a tank, yank a small helicopter out of the air using a grappling hook and cable, overcome the pulling power of two modified motorcycles, wield a heavy bench-press bar like it was a light-weight weapon, prevent enough concrete rubble to make a fallout shelter from crushing him with help from his shield, remove a large stone block from a wall using chains, topple a large statue while trying to break the chains that tied him to it, smash wooden columns with his fist, and is capable of breaking through wooden walls and steel doors with a single kick.
Peak Human Speed: Rogers can move at speeds equal to that of the absolute finest human athlete, capable of running at a sustained 30 mph (48 kph), though he has shown capacity to sprint at twice that pace over shorter distances when necessary.
◾ Peak Human Durability: His bones and muscles are denser and harder and so are amplified to the highest human potential, making him very durable. He is durable enough to the point that if a person beats him with a metal bat stick, the bat would break and Rogers would show little discomfort. This is how he survived other forms of extensive punishment throughout his career, such as a nearby explosion, a fall from several stories, like the time he landed on a car from 2000 feet, or a high altitude, low open parachute jump from ten miles up, with little to no injury.
Steven Rogers (Earth-616) from Civil War Vol 1 1
Rogers' reflexes at work
◾ Peak Human Agility: His agility is greater than that of an Olympic gold medalist. He can coordinate his body with balance, flexibility, and dexterity. He is quick to block bullets with his shield while both the ground and while falling.
◾ Peak Human Reflexes: Rogers' reflexes border on superhuman level. His reaction speed is 20 kph, which makes it possible for him to dodge gunfire, even at point blank range, from multiple shooters simultaneously as well as laser beams.
◾ Peak Human Stamina: Rogers' body eliminates the excessive build-up of fatigue-producing chemicals in his muscles, granting him exceptional endurance and lung capacity. He can exert himself at peak capacity for a hour without any rest and before showing any signs of fatigue. At one time, he is able to sprint for over 5 miles without any sign of fatigue. He could also resist the freezing cold waters of the Arctic for at least an hour while searching for D-Man.
◾ Accelerated Healing: Rogers' healing speed and efficiency is at the highest limits of human potential, which means he can heal faster than most humans. The white blood cells and super-soldier serum in his body are efficient enough to fight off any microbe, foreign body, and other pathogens from his body, keeping him healthy and immune from all infections, diseases, disorders, etc. Rogers furthermore cannot become intoxicated by alcohol, drugs, or impurities in the air, and is thus immune to terrestrial diseases. He is also immune to hypnosis or gases that could limit his focus, which makes him genetically perfect. Rogers' ability to heal is so great that he can survive a bullet to the head, though he was unconscious for at least six weeks, and Alisande Morales surmised that Rogers recovered partially due to sheer willpower.
◾ Peak Mental Processing: His mental performance operates in the most efficient and rapid manner possible, and able to processes the world in the most advance and efficient manner. He possesses perfect pattern solving/recognition, limitless information storage/retrieval, perfect perception/observational skills, and logical/philosophical structuring. His mind also processes information quickly, giving him an accelerated learning aptitude. Rogers can also quickly analyze multiple, limitless information streams (e.g., threat assessment) and rapidly respond to changing tactical situations. He possesses an eidetic memory (he never forgets anything and has perfect instant recall), he can read at superhuman speeds, has perfect deductive/reasoning skills, and can intuitively understand what's going to happen and how to deal with it. This enables him to remember any military tactic and apply it to any situation, making him the best tactician in history.
◾ Peak Human Senses: Rogers' senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch are at the highest possible limits of human potential. He once said that he is able to dodge bullets because he sees faster than them. He was able to hear trucks driving by from far away, as well.
◾ Advanced Longevity: The SSS halts Rogers's aging due to perfect cells. This was tested when he spent a decade in Dimension Z, yet returned to Earth the same day with no noticeable signs of aging.

Training and Equipment:
Master Tactician and Strategist: Rogers is an accomplished strategist. He had been widely considered one of, if not the greatest, tacticians on the planet, both on and off the battlefield. He is able to formulate battle strategies and his brilliant tactical sense allows him to alter any strategy to fit the changing need of the situation.

Master Martial Artist: He is an expert in hand-to-hand combat being extremely skilled in multiple martial arts through his training in military combatives and instruction under various private instructors (he may have learned most of his initial knowledge from WW2 trainers such William Fairbairn and Rex Applegate who pioneered most the methods utilized in that period). Rogers utilizes Boxing, Judo, Defendu, Kickboxing, Jujutsu, Okinawa-te and various other disciplines with his gymnastics ability creating a style that suits his strengths and enables him to use his knowledge to the best of his ability. He is considered one of the finest martial artists on Earth, which allows him to occasionally defeat foes who are master of all forms of combat, such as Taskmaster, Wolverine, Iron Fist, Black Panther, etc. At one time, he was also able to hold on his own against a large group of Super-Soldiers with ease. Another time, he overpowered a boxer augmented by the Power Broker using nothing but his boxing skills.

Master Shield Fighter: His years of training and experience with his unique shield, as well as its physical properties, allow him to accomplish amazing feats with the item. Aside from bashing foes and blocking incoming attacks, he is able to throw it with nearly perfect aim. Rogers can hit multiple targets with the same throw by means of ricochet, and could even achieve a boomerang-like return effect, allowing him to strike enemies from behind or retrieve the shield without objects to ricochet from.

Advanced Military Operator: He is well-versed in all Armed force disciplines including intelligence gathering, escape arts, assassination, demolition, survival tactics, hunting, swimming, mountaineering, march/drill skills, map making and reading, decoding cipher and other secret code messages, reading and making wood craft signs and other secret code languages, disguising, interrogation, computers, explosives, communication systems, vehicles and electronic appliances used in armed forces.

Master Acrobat: His years of training and experience have made him an expert acrobat, gymnast, and aerialist. He often utilizes these talents in combat for both evasive and offensive purposes.

Indomitable Will: Rogers is a very strong-willed person. He is able to overcome most forms of temptation and resist the effects of extreme pain, drugs and toxins to a great extent. Rogers accepts his own mortality, and refuses to rob any sapient being of their freedom. During the Destiny War, he destroyed the Forever Crystal, deciding it was too dangerous to exist, despite the many benefits of its power. Rogers is also capable of resisting many forms of mind control; he has succumbed to the powers of the Purple Man or the telepathic brain of Charles Xavier, but fought constantly to maintain his true senses.

Professional Sketch Artist: He has great artistic skill which he developed from childhood. Rogers often worked as a freelance illustrator and sketch artist even loaning his skills to the NYPD for a time. He enjoys drawing and does so with his free time.

Expert Marksman: He can throw most projectile weaponry with great aim and is well-versed in the use of firearms, though he prefers not to use them.

Expert Swordsman: Steve is proficient with swords and staffs, but is more comfortable with his shield.

Weapons Proficiency: He does not typically utilize weapons other than his shield, but in desperate situations he wields additional weapons to ensure victory. He is proficient in wielding swords, daggers, throwing knifes, staffs, sticks, tonfa, axes, maces and even firearms.

Multilingual: Rogers is fluent in English, German, Russian, Spanish, Japanese, at least some French, and some Italian. He might be lingual in other languages.

Expert Vehicular Driver: He is proficient in driving cars, motorcycles, trucks, jets, tankers, helicopters, motorboats, submarines, and some types of trains and utility vehicles.

Captain America's Uniform: As Captain America he wears a water and fire retardant costume, which is made of Kevlar, nomex and lightweight titanium. The costume also offers a medium level of resistance to electric shocks and force impacts i.e., falls from 30 meters height and The suit cannot be pierced by normal conventional sharp edged materials like sharp wood, glass, iron, copper and aluminum. The suit also gives some resistance to high temperatures. He carries a voice-operated, wireless communicator in his left ear, which has its frequencies blocked making it highly difficult to trace its call.

Utility Belt: Rogers wears a utility belt containing mission-specific equipment such as a first aid kit (containing tweezers, antiseptic gel coated band aids, bone and muscle pain reliever spray cans and antidotes for some toxins.), military cable, lock picks, grenades, and several other materials.

Captain America's Shield: Captain America's primary weapon is his shield, a concave disk that is 2.5 feet in diameter, weighing 12 pounds.[186] It is made of a unique Vibranium-steel alloy that has never been duplicated. The Shield was cast by American metallurgist Dr. Myron MacLain, who was contracted by the U.S. government to create an impenetrable substance to use for tanks during World War II. During his experiments, MacLain combined Vibranium with a steel alloy he was working with and created the disc-shaped shield. MacLain was never able to duplicate the process due to his inability to identify a still unknown catalyst that played a role in the metal bonding.[186] The shield was awarded to Captain America by the government several months after the beginning of his career. The shield has great aerodynamic properties: it is able to slice through the air with minimal wind resistance and deflection of path. Its great overall resilience, combined with its natural concentric stiffness, enables it to rebound from objects with minimal loss of angular momentum. It is virtually indestructible: it is resistant to penetration, temperature extremes, and the entire electromagnetic spectrum of radiation. The only way it can be damaged in any way is by tampering with its molecular bonding.

Background and History:
After the outbreak of World War II in Europe, a young HYDRA agent disguised as an American patriot named Steve Rogers attempted to enlist in the U.S. Army but was rejected, due to his skinny, anemic physique, and was classified 4-F. However, he garnered the attention of certain people including scientist Doctor Abraham Erskine who was searching for suitable volunteers/test subjects for a top secret experimental program designed to create an army of Super-Soldiers. As a result of Operation: Rebirth, Steve Rogers gained speed, strength, flexibility, endurance and agility of nearly superhuman levels. These heightened abilities coupled with his unwavering courage and “never say die” attitude eventually made him Captain America, a living legend.

Faults and Weaknesses:
     He is still a mortal human. A bullet to the head or powerful explosion would kill him as easy as anyone else. A good sniper from a thousand yards off could probably take him out unless he managed to spot the person.
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Re: MARVEL Infinity End: Intrest Check
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I am interested in the character Hulkling. Havent written much in a while but trying to get back into things, and a friend on here saw this and suggested we join.

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Re: MARVEL Infinity End: Intrest Check
« Reply #13 on: May 11, 2018, 07:55:40 am »


     She Hulk


       Real Name: Jennifer "Jen" Walters
       Known Aliases: Jade Giantess, Shulkie, Glamazonia.
       Role:  Usually brawler, tank of a team with her strength level and durability.




Powers and Abilities:
     Physical Transformation: into She Hulk -  Jennifer is normally a leggy 5'10", 150 lbs.  With brown hair and green eyed.   Transforming into a green skin 6'7" with a density that has her weighing around 700 lbs.  Her hair also turns green.  Of course her eyes stay green as they are naturally green.   Unlike her cousin she maintains her intelligence. 
         Superhuman Strength
         Superhuman Speed
         Superhuman Stamina
         Superhuman Durability
         Regenerative Healing Factor


Training and Equipment:
     Body Switch: Thanks to training by the Ovoid alien race, She-Hulk can exchange her physical characteristics and powers with the physical characteristics and powers of another being by simply focusing on a mental image of the person and willing the transfer to take place
     Expert Combatant - Trained by Captain America and Gamora
     Skilled Pilot
     Expert Attorney
     Law Degree

     Avengers Identicard, giving her "Full Security Clearance.
     She was given John Jameson's Jupiter Suit.
     

Background and History:
      Jennifer has a long rich history with the prominent super teams.  The avengers, fantastic four,  and others.  Currently she is again with the Avengers.


Faults and Weaknesses:
     Radiation: Exposure to certain wavelengths of radiation only at very high doses can sometimes temporarily inhibit or override her ability to transform between forms. This is usually only a weakness if she is exposed during her original/Jennifer form.

Current Relations and Activity:
      Besides being part of the Avengers.  Jennifer is also currently been working with the law firm she works for Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg, & Holliway.  A law firm that deals and handles super power beings cases.
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Re: MARVEL Infinity End: Intrest Check
« Reply #14 on: May 11, 2018, 07:58:38 am »


     White Queen


       Real Name: Emma Grace Frost
       Known Aliases: Perfection, Phoenix, Black Queen, Silver Boobs McGee, Ice Princess (Hellfire Club pole dancer name), Queen Of Crystal Heart
       Role: Leader, tactician and to lesser extent fighter.




Powers and Abilities:
     Telepathy: Since her introduction, Frost has displayed the telepathic standards of broadcasting and receiving thoughts, mind-control, altering perceptions and memories, projection of offensive blasts of psionic energy causing mental pain or unconsciousness, astral projection, mind switching, brain engram modification, mental sedation of unconscious victims, induction of mental pain by touch and limited psychometry.

    Psionic Shield: The ability to erect a psychic shield for protection of herself and other minds she is immune or highly resistant to any/all mental intrusion, including psychic or empathic powers, hypnosis, illusions, deception, etc. Mind readers only “hear” static, while mind controllers are incapable of manipulating her or those she shielded.
        Psionic Shields Removal: When Wolverine thought to be protected from her thanks to Level 9 Psi-Shields created by Charles Xavier, she stated she was herself Level 10 and could easily take them down, though their removal might leave Wolverine as the equivalent of a three-year-old child.
    Telepathic and Mind Cloaking: The ability to telepathically mask her presence and the use of her abilities from being detected by other mutants and psychic entities. These defenses can be extended to others around them as well. Cloaking via telepathy is not perfect and powerful telepathic mutants may notice and 'see' through this ability. Also including the ability to rearrange the mental engrams of mutants so her distinctive mutant thought patterns cannot be detected by Cerebro-type devises or by other telepaths.
    Telepathic Illusions: The ability to create realistic telepathic illusions and cause people to experience events which are not actually occurring.
    Telepathic Camouflage: The ability to alter the apparent physical appearance of oneself and others by altering the perceptions of those around them. This can go so far as to make other people believe that the camouflaged people are not there (invisible). The only limit to this ability, if one exists, is only imposed by the number of people a telepath is trying to fool, not the number of people a telepath is actually camouflaging.
    Absorb Information: The ability to quickly process and store information, by mental transference.
    Download Information: The ability to place large amounts of information in another's mind.
    Astral Projection: The ability to project one's astral form from their body onto astral planes or the physical planes. In the physical plane one can travel in astral form over vast distances.
    Power Inhibition: The ability to place "psychic inhibitors" in the minds of mutant adversaries to prevent them from using their powers.
 
    Transferring the ability to become telepathically invisible to Rachel
    Pain Inducement: The ability to induce mental pain merely by touching the brow of the victim.
    Trauma Healing: The ability to erase a person’s memories and to heal mental trauma through "psychic surgery", the power to stimulate or deaden the pain and pleasure centers in a person's brain.
    Intuitive Multilingual: The ability to intuitively translating new languages.
    Mind Blast:The ability to place large amounts of information into the minds of others
    Mind Control: The ability to control the thoughts and actions of others.
    Mind Link: The ability to develop a mental link with any person, which remains as a connection to that individual long after the link itself is broken.
    Mind Possession: The ability to possess the mind of another, and use that being's body, and any powers it may possess, as one's own.
    Mental Paralysis: The ability to induce temporary mental or physical paralysis.
    Mental Sedation: The ability to telepathically "sedate" one's victims so that, if already rendered unconscious, they remain so for as long as a telepath continues to "sedate" them.
    Mind Alteration: The ability to alter the minds of others by force of will, changing their personality partially or entirely.
    Mental Amnesia: The ability to cause loss of particular memories or total amnesia in another person or group of people.
    Mind Transferal: The ability to transfer both the mind and powers of the user into other host bodies should their own physical body somehow be killed.
    Neural Jumpstart: The ability to increase the speed of neural signals in the brain, allowing her to increase another mutant's powers to incredible levels, but the effect is only temporary.
    Mental Detection: The ability to sense the presence of another superhuman mutant within a small but as yet undefined radius of oneself by perceiving the distinctive mental radiations emitted by such a being.
    Telepathic Tracking: Enhanced psionic senses enable a telepath to track other sentient beings by their unique psionic emanations (thought patterns contained in the psionic portion of the spectrum), especially if they pose a threat to one's well-being in their immediate vicinity.
    Limited Psychometry: It is said that Emma possesses a form a psychometric powers, but she has yet to show them as they still could be a growth of her powerful telepathic abilities.
    Psionic Blasts: Can project psionic force bolts or blast waves which can do damage on either a physical or mental level and which can affect a victim's mind so as to cause the victim pain or unconsciousness and can even kill an adversary.
    Psionic Lightning: Channeling the ambient psionic energy in the air through a target having a physical effect. Used once against Monet St. Croix, knocking her out. Similar to psychokinesis.

Telekinesis: Emma was also stated to be a potential telekinetic. Emma unintentionally levitated some utensils while facing a nightmare.

    Telekinetic Blast: Power to emit blasts of telekinetic energy.
    Force Field: The ability to project powerful fields of manipulated energy.

Secondary Mutation

Organic Diamond Form: As a result of undergoing a body-wide Secondary Mutation installed by Cassandra Nova, Frost possesses the ability to transform her body into a flexible organic diamond form. In many ways, this is similar to Colossus' organic steel form. She must transform all parts of her body, rather than selectively transforming certain areas and can remain in this form for an undetermined amount of time. If she is rendered unconscious, Frost's body will automatically transform into its normal state. This transformation also alters Frost's personality, causing her to become rather cold-hearted and to lose her empathy for others. Emma does not have access to her telepathy while in her diamond form, although she could during her first time after her Secondary Mutation.

    Superhuman Strength: In her diamond form, Frost's physical strength is increased to superhuman levels. At her peak, she is able to lift approximately 2 tons.
    Superhuman Stamina: While transformed, Frost's muscle tissue becomes infinitely more efficient than the organic musculature of normal humans, or most other organic beings for that matter. Her muscles produce almost no fatigue toxins during physical activity, granting her almost limitless superhuman stamina, or at least until or unless she is forced to resume her normal state.
    Superhuman Durability: Frost's diamond form renders her highly resistant to most forms of physical injury. She is able to resist great impact forces, such as being repeatedly struck with superhuman force, without being injured. She has withstood being zapped by Young Cyclops' optic blast, blows from Hulk when he was on a rampage, and blasts from the Living Celestial. Despite the living celestial's blast breaking her arm off, this showed an incredibly powerful upper limit to Emma's powers, as a Juggernaut powered Colossus was hit by the same blast and was sent flying across the city with a hole through his chest. Her body is also resistant to temperature extremes, able to withstand temperatures as cold as -320 degrees Fahrenheit or as hot as approximately 7,362 degrees Fahrenheit before her form begins to melt. Frost is also self sustained while transformed, requiring no food, water or oxygen.
    Psychic Immunity: Emma has shown to be immune to other telepathic powers in her diamond form, but in turn, she is unable to use her own telepathic powers until she turns back.

Training and Equipment:
     Expert Technician: Emma Frost is highly skilled in electronic theory and electronics and has learned how to build devices that can amplify psionic energy and utilize psionic energy for various effects. She devised the mechanism by which Mastermind projected his illusions directly into the mind of the Phoenix Force.

Defense Training: Emma Frost is an above average athlete and has had some training in hand-to-hand combat. During a training session in which Emma did not have access to her powers, Banshee attempted to make an example of her. Emma quickly, efficiently, and easily dispatched Banshee, much to his embarrassment.

Master Astral Combatant: Emma Frost is trained and excels in astral combat.

Equipment

Mini-Cerebro.

Transportation

X-Men Blackbird, Magik.

Weapons

The White Queen has designed a gun-like device, which she once used to exchange minds for a period of time with Storm.

Background and History:
     
 Emma is a sexual bombshell of mutant kind.  Long legs a curvy well endowed figure at 5'10" and 144 lbs.  Blue eyed blonde.  A typical California beach bikini blonde babe.  However, she is from Boston, MA.  Along with the fact she is really naturally brown hair and dyes her hair blonde.  When she transforms into her secondary mutation, her body becomes like a flexible diamond crystalline form.  Which gives her a greater density and she weighs because of such 436 lbs.

Emma has been on the wrong side of the law with various groups most notable the Hellfire club.  She has also took up the mantle with various good groups.   Prominent of which has been the X-Men.

Faults and Weaknesses:
      While in her diamond form, Frost is unable to access her telepathic abilities.
Alcoholic: After killing her sister, she became alcoholic

Current Relations and Activity:
      Emma is currently single or technically widowed.  Having lost the love of her life Cyclops with fighting with the Inhumans.  Whether this remains so, and Scott returns in this alternate universe.  And what effect it has on her.  As of now in this universe she is currently with the X-Men still. 
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Re: MARVEL Infinity End: Intrest Check
« Reply #15 on: May 11, 2018, 08:18:40 am »


Sentry










== Character Bio ==

== Personal Information ==
Legal Name:Robert Reynolds
Alias: Sentry
Age: 28
Sexuality: Heterosexual
Part of New York Residing In: The Watchtower

== Physical Description == 

Robert is 6’ tall and weighs roughly 194 lbs. He has a strong muscular build He has bright blue eyes and  blonde hair which he wears long and a short beard, that is a bit rough in appearance.

== Persona == 

         
Robert is somewhat troubled still coming to grips with his past. He is working hard though to leave the past in the past. Having lost the love of his life he is trying to move forward and open himself up to the possibility of loving again. He is generally outgoing and friendly, though and is willing to work with others. Having worked with groups in the past he is looking forward to reviving some old friendships.

== Key Skills/Powers ==

Chemically Enhanced Physiology: The Sentry's superhuman powers and abilities derive from a special version of the Super-Soldier Serum of which its potency was increased thousands of times and altered making it much more potent. The experimental serum creates a phase-shift in his molecules, causing the Sentry to become partially out of sync with normal reality. The serum induces a photosynthetic reaction, resulting in a hyper-state of consciousness. His powers seem to have their basis in reality warping. Though most of his powers and their limits are still unknown, the Sentry has been said to have the power of a million exploding suns. He is so powerful that Karla Sofen theorized in front of Norman Osborn that what happened after Scarlet Witch broke down would be nothing compared to what Sentry could do. Sentry has also fought Galactus. He was stated to be an Omega-Level Threat by Mister Fantastic, and Nick Fury's intel classified him as Power Level 10+.

  • Molecular Manipulation: Following a confrontation with Molecule Man, Robert discovered he has the powers of molecular manipulation which he had used to revert himself from the liquid Molecule man had turned him into. The extent of these powers are not yet known, but he was able to defeat the Molecule Man. However it should be noted that unlike Molecule Man, Sentry has little control of his powers. Since The Void and the Sentry are essentially the same person with differing personalities, The Void's own shapeshifting might be a result of the Sentry's molecular manipulation. Additionally Reynold's molecular manipulation ability theoretically would give him potential regenerative healing abilities as well despite his extraordinary invulnerability and durability. It has been theorized that the vast majority of his powers are derived from his ability to alter matter and energy and that he could simulate almost any superpower with enough practice and control. He seems to do this unconsciously as the void when he changes shape and power sets. It is also possible that he had survived from being disintegrated by Morgan Le Fay due to the same power. Since losing his agoraphobia, and therefore gaining full control over his powers (in Uncanny Avengers), he has been able to utilize his power to manipulate molecules to even greater degrees than ever before.

  • Materialization: Sentry learned he could craft and build various constructs or even sentient effigy's by rearranging molecules by force of will. Either conjuring a miniature werewolf in the palm of his hand, erecting a force field able to deflect Terrax the Tamer's energy waves with relative ease and at his most uninhibited, create massive Sand Golems capable of downing a giant sized Wasp.

  • Superhuman Strength: The Sentry's strength varies greatly and depends on his mental stability. The Sentry possesses vast superhuman strength, granting him the ability to lift (press) far in excess of 100 tons easily. He is one of the strongest beings in the Universe. He has demonstrated several astonishing feats of strength during his career, including easily lifting tremendous weights, ripping Carnage in two, taking Terrax the Tamer's cosmic axe and shattering it with his bare hands, lifting a cruise liner effortlessly, and his unrestrained power overloaded the Absorbing Man. The Void was even able to break the Hulk's limbs with relative ease, and the Sentry himself was able to easily kill Ares by ripping him in half. He can also absorb solar radiation for additional strength. The Sentry has yet to demonstrate an upper-limit to his strength, but he has shown that it can rival the likes of the Hulk, although this depends on his mental state. The Sentry has also shown enough physical strength to be able beat the Void into submission more than once with pure force when he was relatively stable, which shows a high degree of power.

  • Superhuman Speed: The Sentry possesses the ability to think, move, run, and react at superhuman speeds. He has been observed catching bullets and has also been seen moving far in excess of supersonic speeds; his speed on earth is enough to be gauged as fast enough to move at orbital velocity (5 miles a second). It should also be noted that the Sentry has numerously been depicted as able to fly to the sun in a matter of moments (where it takes light over 8 minutes). This shows that his speed during inter-stellar travels is several times in excess of the speed of light. He has recently shown the ability to travel an indistinguishable amount of light years in a very short of time in flight. Sentry's flight was described to be bending space and time through pure speed, and that the speed he was flying at was so fast that it was disorienting Thor.

  • Superhuman Stamina: Sentry's enhanced musculature is far more efficient than that of a human. As a result his muscles produce no fatigue toxins. However, his stamina greatly varies, depending on his mental state.

  • Superhuman Agility: Sentry's natural balance, agility, and body coordination are enhanced to levels that are far beyond the natural physical limits of even the finest human athlete.

  • Superhuman Reflexes: The Sentry can react at superhuman speeds exceeding the equivalent of several times the speed of Sound. As such, Sentry was able to catch a sniper bullet from a highly advanced Skrull gun. Sentry has in the past saved Cornelius Worth from a point blank gunshot wound to head from being inflicted on him by the Void (Dark Sentry) (Earth-616). With him taunting Sentry, asking if he was "faster than a speeding bullet". Upon Sentry saving Dr. Cornelius he says to the Void that he himself knew he could catch the bullet because the Void knew how fast the Sentry was to the nearest millisecond. Sentry has been able to attack Thor before he could react during two brief confrontations, one of them just before the Void took possession (Thor has routinely matched beings such as Gladiator and Silver Surfer, though greatly holds back against weaker opponents).

  • Superhuman Senses: The Sentry possesses vastly enhanced senses. He is able to hear almost any sound at any decibel, pitch, and frequency. The only Earth creature who can detect sounds at the frequencies he can is a blue whale (0.01-200,000 Hz). He has shown enough control to block out ambient sounds to focus on a specific source/frequency (He has demonstrated hearing a butterfly's heartbeat in Africa). The range of his eyesight is also far greater than that of a human being. He is able to detect a single person from hundreds of miles in the air and above cloud level. The full extent of Robert's other senses superhuman capabilities is unknown.

  • Flight: The Sentry possesses the ability to float by defying gravity, using his superhuman speed to fly far above hypersonic speeds (above mach 10). He has demonstrated travelling to the Sun and back in a matter of moments which would require him to fly at speeds faster than light. And during the Skrull's secret invasion he flew to Saturn (about 746 million miles distance) almost immediately, which required him either to move at many times the speed of light (still thought to be impossible in this space-time) or to have bypassed space altogether thus giving the impression that he had moved faster than light-speed. He has also been stated to travel at many times the speed of light. One plausible explanation is that Sentry uses his absolute control of his molecular structure to mitigate and or prevent his body from attaining additional mass as he moves/flies at speeds far greater that light-speed, although this has yet to have been proven or shown. And has also been remarked to fly at such speeds not even a god of Asgard could withstand. Sentry has also been able to fly with such force to behead and kill Attuma.

  • Nigh Invincibility: The Sentry is, for all intents and purposes, almost completely impervious to harm, unless he wills himself to be killed he has shown no direct weakness. He has been seen surviving extremely harsh atmospheric conditions, including the vacuums of space. Nick Fury has stated that so far S.H.I.E.L.D. has yet to find a way to kill him, and even Iron Man's scanners found no physiological weaknesses in the Sentry's body. Like all of his abilities, his durability depends on his mental state, he can go to completely no-selling Class 100-level characters but as soon as he wishes himself dead he could be killed in an instant, notably in Siege where he asked Thor to kill him. He has also been damaged when he requested to Hulk to punch him in during the Green Goliath's takeover of Manhattan to prevent himself from destroying everyone on the Earth.

  • Photokinesis: It may be theorised that the Sentry also has the superhuman ability to generate, control, and emit light. This ability to produce hard-light constructs may be similar to those of Dazzler when it was revealed that the Void is a just an expression of his repressed persona, and thus his creation, he has also used it to block an energy blast from Terrax.

  • Light Projection: Having absolute control over the light he produces, he can control its direction, frequency (color), amplitude (intensity), and duration. The Sentry can produce numerous effects with the light he manipulates. He can simply cause a bright glow all about his body. He can create a pulse of light on the order of several tens of thousands lumens of power per second (the sun produces at most 10,000 lumens of brightness at noontime), which temporarily blinds people with its brilliance. This ability has been proven to be able to calm down the Hulk.

  • Energy Blasts: The Sentry can generate light, heat, kinetic force, and other forms of energy as powerful blasts and explosions of a yellow color. These blasts are usually generated from the hands and eyes. The maximum power of these blasts is unknown. It has shown previously to be capable of burning Hulk's skin and levelling whole city blocks in the past. He has also shown the ability to emit omnidirectional blasts that were able to eliminate a large group of Attuma's soldiers.

  • Psionic Abilities: The Sentry possesses powerful psychic and mental powers mainly used for holding his physical form together, (though it is not yet known whether the Sentry can use them the way Professor X and other psychics use theirs). The few psychic abilities he has displayed so far was implanting his memories inside Paul Jenkins' mind, being able to erase himself from the memories of every being on the planet, with the help of CLOC, Dr Strange and Reed Richards. When at his full potential he could even use it in almost psychokinetic ways such as stopping a full-speed Mjolnir throw directed at him by Thor.

  • Biokinesis: The sentry has an unknown or rarely used ability to affect biophysical effects to an unknown but seemingly limitless degree. Both his Sentry and Void persona's having used this aspect of their shared ability for various purposes. Robert once using his power to cure his therapists daughter of a coma and spinal problems, while the void bestowed an unmarried widow with an incurable breast cancer disease from miles away with a gesture.

  • Resurrection: The Sentry appears to be able to bring the dead back to life under extreme emotional distress. After Ultron murdered his wife, Sentry was able to resurrect her by simply touching her. It does not appear he has control over this power, as he was shocked by his ability to do such an act. This may also extend to simply healing others' injuries.

  • Regenerative Healing Factor: The Sentry can heal himself from virtually all injuries. He twice even came back from having his molecularity dispersed, during his fights with the Molecule Man and Morgan le Fay. He even tore his own face off and regrew that, then cracked open his own head and have his exposed brain smashed in by Thor only to quickly regenerate it back after his resurrection by a death seed.

  • Power Sharing: A coupe of times the Sentry has utilized a unique ability to bestow portions of his own power onto others or using it to augment existing powers in those of his friends. Taking a young boy named Billy Turner turner and giving him similar abilities compared to his own and taking him on as a sidekick called Scout, or making a playmate for himself and the Hulk when similarly empowering a dog named Normie who took the name of Watchdog.[9] Reynolds even gave Hulk some of his own quintessence as a means to protect him from his dark half, The Void.

  • Immortality: The Sentry is chemically mixed with the super soldier serum.This makes him completely immortal.

  • Teleportation: On at least one occasion, Sentry has shown an ability to teleport in a blinding flash of golden light.

==Abilities==

Genius Intelligence: Robert is very intelligent. He is capable of using his powers to detect all substances in a single object and thence determine how much of what substances make up an object. He is adept with mechanics, architecture, machinery, tracing energy sources, cybernetics, robotics and computer science. He used his great intelligence to construct his Watchtower as well as everything inside of it. Since he has never been very wealthy, it is likely he recovered all of the substances required for his Watchtower's construction from many different areas of the Earth or (perhaps) other planets as well. Once he collected the right amounts of the different substances he needed, he would then forge them into the materials and technology he needed. His other inventions include CLOC and the Watchtower.

==Equipment==

CLOC (Centrally Located Organic Computer) is an artificial intelligence located in the Watchtower designed to monitor the world for emergencies and inform Sentry of the most important ones. It is also used to inform Robert of things such as how Lindy is at any given time.

==Weaknesses==

  • Psychic Assault: The Sentry has a fragile psyche and is readily susceptible to mental manipulation. Although if he is relatively stable he can resist such manipulation, as he has in the past when Dr Strange tried to convince him that the Sentry wasn't real and that it was an illusion, stating that "he was always too powerful for this type of magic".
  • The Negative Zone: The Sentry is at his weakest in the Negative Zone. His powers and health gradually deteriorate the longer he is inside the zone itself and even worse, his counterpart/nemesis The Void's powers increase to maximum.

== Background ==

Empowered by the enigmatic Professor's secret formula, high school student Robert Reynolds became a superhuman. After trouncing the school bully who had tormented him, Reynolds sewed together a costume and made his debut as the heroic Sentry. One of very few super heroes active during the years just prior to the Fantastic Four's emergence, Sentry gained new importance when the new wave of heroes rose to prominence. Almost instantly deducing Spider-Man's secret identity, Sentry became a role model for the young hero, as well as an ally to the X-Men, an equal to Reed Richards and a friend to the outcast Hulk. The Sentry even battled Dr. Doom alongside the Fantastic Four and defeated his greatest enemy, the General, with the X-Men's aid.

 During this period, the Sentry married the love of his life, Lindy, and took the young Scout as his sidekick; but the arrival of the Void, a shadowy monster that exploited its enemy's greatest fears, ended the Sentry's charmed life. The Void nearly killed Scout, drove Hulk into a rampage, and murdered over one million people in Manhattan. Discovering that the Void had been the dark aspect of his own powers, the Sentry teamed with Reed Richards and Dr. Strange to create a system which made Earth's entire population, themselves included, forget all about the Sentry. With the Sentry inactive and forgotten, the Void vanished.

Years later, Robert's memories slowly returned along with the Void, who rampaged across Europe, murdering many members of the Super-Heroes of Europe (SHE). The Sentry contacted his former colleagues, but the only one who recalled their shared history was the Hulk. As the Void returned to Manhattan, the pieces began to fall in place and the Sentry's former friends assembled to defend him and the city. Remembering the dual nature of Robert's powers, Sentry and Reed Richards reactivated the Watchtower, dispelling the Void and making the world forget the Sentry once again; however, Robert's memories of the Sentry soon returned, and he demanded to be placed on the Raft, S.H.I.E.L.D.' high-security prison for super-villains, claiming that he had killed his wife. During a mass breakout at the Raft, Sentry helped several other heroes subdue many of the escaping villains - notably Carnage, whom Sentry ripped in half. Inspired by this adventure, the other heroes soon formed the new Avengers, but Sentry vanished before they could invite him to join them. The Sentry stayed in hiding, but remained a person of great interest to S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Avengers, who were both fascinated by his powers and worried that they may lead to another Scarlet Witch situation.

Eventually, S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Avengers confronted the Sentry with several disturbing facts: The wife he claimed to have killed was alive, and the only reference in the world that could be found of the Sentry was in comic books, stories invented and written down by the imagination of a man. Unable to face these shocking events, the Sentry fled. Resurfacing as Robert Reynolds at his home, the Sentry was again confronted by the Avengers and S.H.I.E.L.D., along with the Inhumans and the X-Men. He cried, saying that he had warned them of the Void's coming and that it was now too late. The group was suddenly attacked by the Void. Robert, along with the help of Emma Frost, discovered that the reason no one remembered him was not because of his own attempts to erase the Void, but because of the intervention and manipulation of his mind. Mastermind, hired by the General, had used the great mental powers the Sentry needed to contain his abilities to force everyone (himself included) to forget of the Sentry's existence. Should the Sentry ever remember his life, then he would be struck by a fear of the devil attacking the world, hence the Void. With this new found knowledge, the Void disappeared, and Emma Frost resurrected the Sentry. The Avengers offered him membership, partly to keep an eye on him and partly because they would need his power, which he accepted.

The Sentry believed that the Void was trapped in the basement of the Watchtower. When he routinely visited him to make sure he was secure, the Void claimed he knew something the Sentry didn't. Robert believed his wife was cheating on him and that she didn't love him. As his psychiatrist, Doctor Cornelius, tried to probe Robert with questions about his origin and about the Void, Robert grew hysterical and attacked an amusement park. There, it was revealed that-- as opposed to what was commonly believed, that Robert Reynolds was the Sentry and the Void was a separate being-- that it was the Sentry who was the separate entity, and Robert who was the Void. The Void fled, and the Sentry explained to Doctor Cornelius that Robert had been bullied as a child.

Seeking out the Void, the Sentry discovered the secret: The secret serum that had granted the Sentry his powers would have worked on anyone. The Void argued that the world had enough trouble with one Sentry and one Void saving and killing people; it didn't need six and half billion more. Understanding everything, the Sentry hurled the Void into the sun. The Void warned Sentry that he would return, and when he did, he would kill everyone. The Sentry returned home to the Avengers.

== Character Extras =

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Re: MARVEL Infinity End: Intrest Check
« Reply #16 on: May 11, 2018, 09:27:25 am »
Get these bios up guys.

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« Reply #17 on: May 11, 2018, 09:34:25 am »

     Anti-Gwenom


       Real Name: Gwendolyne 'Gwen' Stacy
       Known Aliases: Spider-Gwen, Anti-Venom
       Role: High Mobility Combat and Reconnaissance.




Age: 21
Sexual Orientation: Bi-Curious
Height: 5'5''
Weight: 125 lbs.
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Blonde
Affiliacion: -



Powers and Abilities:
  • Spider Physiology: Gwen's powers are similar to those of Peter Parker of the Prime Marvel Universe, after a Radioactive Spider -- genetically engineered by Cindy Moon based upon the genetic template of alien spider parasites -- bit her,granting superhuman strength, speed, toughened flesh, and numerous arachnid-like abilities. Her powers include:
    • Wall-Crawling: Gwen's exposure to the mutated spider venom induced a mutagenic, cerebellum-wide alteration of her engrams resulting in the ability to mentally control the flux of inter-atomic attraction (electrostatic force) between molecular boundary layers. This overcomes the outer electron shell's normal behavior of mutual repulsion with other outer electron shells and permits the tremendous potential for electron attraction to prevail. The mentally controlled sub-atomic particle responsible for this has yet to be identified. This ability to affect the attraction between surfaces is so far limited to Gwen's body (especially concentrated in her hands and feet) and another object, with an upper limit of several tons per finger.
    • Superhuman Strength: Gwen possesses superhuman strength enabling her to press lift approximately ten tons.
    • Superhuman Speed: Gwen is capable of running and moving at speeds that are far beyond the natural physical limits of the finest human athlete.
    • Superhuman Stamina: Gwen's advanced musculature produces less fatigue toxins during physical activity than an ordinary human. This allows her to exert herself physically for much longer periods of time before fatigue begins to impair her.
    • Superhuman Durability: Gwen's body is physically tougher and more resistant to some types of injury than the body of a normal human. Her body is more resistant to impact forces than anything else. She can withstand great impacts, such as falling from a height of several stories or being struck by an opponent with super strength, that would severely injure or kill a normal human with little to no discomfort.
    • Superhuman Agility: Gwen's agility, balance, and bodily coordination are all enhanced to levels that are far beyond the natural physical limits of the finest human athlete.
    • Superhuman Equilibrium: Gwen possesses the ability to achieve a state of perfect equilibrium in any position imaginable. She seems able to adjust her position by instinct, which enables her to balance herself on virtually any object, no matter how small or narrow.
    • Superhuman Reflexes:Gwen's reflexes are similarly enhanced and are possibly about 40 times greater than those of an ordinary human. In combination with her spider-sense, the speed of her reflexes allows her to dodge almost any attack even gun fire if far enough.
    • Spider-Sense: Gwen has a sixth sense that typically alerts her to danger, although it has proven unreliable.
  • Anti-Venom Symbiote: The next human individual to bond with the symbiote. Naturally the symbiote chose to endow Gwen with most of the powers Spider-Man had, but the symbiote via Gwen's innovative mentality managed to create some new powers and even mutate over time. Her new powers bonded with the symbiote include:
    • Enhanced Superhuman Strength: Before she came into contact with the costume, Gwen's strength had already been enhanced by her spider powers, allowing herself to lift (press) up to ten tons. Once they merged, the costume enhanced her strength even further, pushing it to around 30-40 tons.
    • Enhanced Superhuman Durability: Anti-Venom's body is highly resistant to physical injury, capable of withstanding assault from high-caliber bullets as well as attacks from super powered individuals. When distributed at a typical thickness over Gwen's body, the Symbiote is capable of absorbing bullets from small-arm weapons firing conventional ammunition. The Anti-Venom symbiote is invulnerable to the traditional weaknesses of symbiotes, fire and sonics. However it particularly vulnerable to a poison Osborn made using the Freak, and its abilities can be negated by Mr. Negative's Darkforce powers.
    • Enhanced Superhuman Stamina: Anti-Venom is also capable of surviving in harmful areas for long periods of time such as underwater or in toxic gases, the symbiote filtering breathable air to the host.
    • Regenerative Healing Factor: Additionally, the symbiote is capable of healing injuries in the host at a faster rate than normal human healing allows. The symbiote is also capable of healing injuries and illnesses that current human medical care cannot such as cancer. The symbiote has enabled its host to recover from injuries that should have been lethal, such as being impaled or receiving massive head trauma. his is even more advanced for Anti-Venom, allowing him to regenerate from a shotgun wound to the head in seconds.
    • Genetic Memory: The symbiote possesses some psychic ability, making it capable of obtaining information from its hosts and even other people and symbiotes simply by touch; The symbiote is capable of recalling information from previous hosts.
    • Offspring Detection: The symbiote is also capable of psychically detecting its offspring, however with effort this ability can be blocked.
    • Wall-Crawling: The alien costume also replicates Spider-Man’s ability to cling to walls by controlling the flux of inter-atomic attraction between molecular boundary layers.
    • Webbing Generation: Anti-Venom can shoot strands of the alien’s substance in the form of "webbing" at high pressure up to a distance of 70 feet. The alien’s substance seems to be composed of tough, flexible fibers of organic polymers, which regenerate swiftly after "shedding." The strands have extraordinary adhesive properties, which diminish rapidly once they abandon their living source. After about three hours, with no source to nourish them, the strands dry up like dead skin and dissolve into a powder. The strands possess a tensile strength of 125 pounds per square millimeter of cross section. The one limitation to this ability is that since the webbing itself comprises the costume, if Venom generates too much he will be left vulnerable as the symbiote is weakened and unable to replenish his lost mass for a short period of time.
      In addition to creating webbing, Gwen can use the symbiote in the form of tentacles or tendrils to attack or ensnare her opponents.
    • Constituent-Matter Generation: Anti-Venom can also use the same substance comprising the symbiote in the form of constituent white matter or tentacles, and uses it in this method for lethal force against criminals. Anti-Venom can send a part of the symbiote and direct its movements into a victim's body, smothering them from the inside.
    • Constituent-Matter Manipulation: The symbiote is capable of transforming parts of its host's body, like generating claws, blades and spikes. Anti-Venom can manipulate his matter to enlarge or stretch his body in order to augment his attacks. For example, he enlarged his fist and slammed it into Mac Gargan creating more of an impact. Anti-Venom also can morph his hands into blades similar to his nephew Carnage and he can create a shield.
    • Camouflage Capabilities: The symbiote is capable of mimicking the appearance of any form of clothing, camouflaging with its surroundings, and even mimicking other people.
    • Stretching and deforming: Although it's wide known that the symbiote can stretch and deform itself, recently it was able to perform this ability during bonded with a human host. Anti-Venom can expand to any size as long as they have something to grow on such as a host or an object. Symbiotes can get inside of small areas such as electric wires and the insides of cars and completely disable them.
    • Parasitic Inheritance: The symbiote can copy the powers and abilities of other beings by interfacing with their genetic code. It has been recently discovered, that the symbiote can recall and mimic the powers and abilities of previous hosts.
    • Shapeshifting: The Symbiote allows the user shape-shifting abilities. Anti-Venom can mimic clothing, and completely change its appearance and stature.
    • Telepathy Resistance: As a result of Venom being a bond between two separate minds, it takes longer than conventional for a telepath to affect his mind. This defense is not absolute, however. Additionally, attempting to telepathically incapacitate Venom by targeting the host does not prevent the symbiote from fighting back.
    • External Symbiote Rejection: Upon being assaulted by Mac Gargan, the Venom symbiote attempts to leave Gargan to bond with Brock again. However Brock's skin is caustic to his former symbiote, which means the white symbiote has the ability to reject the Venom symbiote and presumably all of its children as well. However, it was later revealed that, if Eddie releases too many anti-bodies while curing people, it is possible for this power to be weakened and another symbiote can bond with him, as the Venom symbiote did for a while.
    • Impurity Sense: Anti-Venom can sense foreign substances within a person's body which includes symbiotes, radiation, narcotics, viruses, and other diseases.
    • Internal Bodily Cleansing: After sensing an impurity such as toxins, drugs, diseases, and other malignant substances, Anti-Venom can forcefully "cure" the substance from the person's body using antibodies produced by the symbiote. Eddie Brock uses this ability to almost completely destroy his old symbiote and to cure a teenaged girl from her heroin addiction. This power can also be used to depower some superhumans, almost ridding Spider-Man of the radiation in his blood when attempting to destroy remnants of the Venom symbiote, and nearly cleanses Radioactive Man of his powers in a similar fashion. Following Anti-Venom's use of this ability on him, close proximity to the symbiote causes Spider-Man's powers to diminish and disappear.
    • Spider-Power Negation: After attempting to cleanse Spider-Man of his symbiote remnants and nearly purging the radiation from his blood, whenever Anti-Venom is too close to Peter his powers are effectively canceled until Eddie becomes distant enough from him. Alternatively, when Anti-Venom ensnares Spider-Man by binding with the bits of the suit that is fired off as webbing, it also negates Spider-Man's powers until Spider-Man breaks free from it. Since it bonded with Gwen, it doesn't affect her own powers.
    • Fire immunity: In contrast to the other symbiotes, Anti-Venom is immune to fire and extreme heat. Examples of this includes withstanding the full force of one of the Punisher's flamethrowers and a superhot radioactive blast from Radioactive Man meant to immobilize Venom if he went out of control.
    • Sonic immunity: Besides immunity to fire and heat, Anti-Venom also shows strong resistance against sonic-based attacks. For example, he was capable of withstanding Songbird's sonic-blast with little discomfort.



Training and Equipment:
  • Skilled Detective: Gwen has a proclivity for analytical thinking and detective work. She is also the daughter of a police captain, thus she knows some police protocols and methods.
  • Musician: Gwen plays the drums with her band, The Mary Janes.
  • Skilled Fighter: Gwen is a skilled freestyle fighter. However she learned most of her moves from Kung-Fu movies; according to Cindy Moon, Gwen does not know how to throw a proper punch.
  • Old Web-Shooters: Given to Gwen by Janet Van Dyne. They trap moisture from the air to create a "web-fluid" that allows her to eject web ropes, nets, and globs.
  • Smartphone: Gwen's phone "contains her entire life."
   

Background and History:
During the confusing times right after Thanos invaded, Gwen's path crossed with that of the alien symbiote Anti-Venom. The reasons behind it are unclear, but Gwen eventually ended up binding with the alien lifeform. Thus a new and somewhat conflicting relationship began between the two.
After merging with her, the symbiote adapted itself to its new host. To accomodate to Gwen's lithe and nimble body, it condesed itself, loosing the bulk it usually portrayed when merging with Eddie Brock, opting for a more sleek and tighter fit like it originally did with Peter Parker. Instead or relying on brute force, it switched its combat performance to enhance Gwen's mobile fighting style, enhancing it with the use of sharp claws and other weapons, including spikes that could be launched to a distance. This fighting strategy makes it more akin to its offspring Carnage.

Faults and Weaknesses:
Gwen lacks proper combat training, making her fighting style less effective. This is partially compensated after she merged with the Anti-Venom Symbiote, relying on its combat expertise that it had gained from its previous line of hosts.
The relationship between herself and the symbiote isn't a smooth one either, and the two often end up in conflict, usually around moral issues.
The Symbiote itself is extremely vulnerable to a poison made by Norman Osborn using the Freak and Mr. Negative's Darkforce powers. The poison destroys the symbiote for a while, and Mr. Negative's powers halt the symbiote's healing powers until his dark energy is no longer in contact with the symbiote. Furthermore, overuse of the symbiote's healing abilities weakens it to the point where it can potentially be overwhelmed and destroyed by another symbiote.
Current Relations and Activity:
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Re: MARVEL Infinity End: Intrest Check
« Reply #18 on: May 11, 2018, 09:36:11 am »
Put character sheet up.

What do you guys and girls think, should I call her Gwenom or just keep using Spider-Gwen, even aafter she has bonded with the symbiote.

Also what's more fitting, Venom or the white colored Anti-Venom?

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Re: MARVEL Infinity End: Intrest Check
« Reply #19 on: May 11, 2018, 09:39:59 am »
I like Anti-venom, but that is just me.

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« Reply #20 on: May 11, 2018, 09:42:11 am »
It also fits more with her original costume color palette

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« Reply #21 on: May 11, 2018, 09:45:19 am »
That it does!!

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Re: MARVEL Infinity End: Intrest Check
« Reply #22 on: May 11, 2018, 11:31:55 am »
Were are we putting Bio's? I put mine here.

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     Gambit


       Real Name: Remy Etienne LeBeau
       Known Aliases: Le Diable Blanc, Cajun, formerly Robert Lord
       Role: Brawler, Scout




Powers and Abilities:
     Gambit has the mutant ability to tap into the potential energy contained within an object and transform it into kinetic energy upon touching it. When Gambit thus charges an object and throws it at a target, the object releases this energy explosively on impact. Gambit has regained the ability to use this power on living tissue. Gambit's ability to tap energy also grants him superhuman agility and dexterity, as well as creating a static interference that shields his mind from detection and intrusion by even the most powerful telepaths. Gambit also possesses a hypnotic charm that allows him to exert a subtle influence over any sentient mind. This power allows Gambit to compel others to believe what he says and agree with anything he suggests. More powerful minds have proven immune to Gambit's charm.

Training and Equipment:
     Gambit is bilingual in English and French, and also possesses the ability to throw small objects - including knives, throwing spikes, and playing cards - with extraordinary accuracy. He is also a skilled duelist and fencer. Gambit often wields playing cards and telescopic bo staff.

Background and History: Remy was abandoned at birth due to the fear caused by his glowing red eyes, and subsequently kidnapped from the hospital by a New Orleans Thieves Guild. It was believed he would help unite the warring guilds into one. He was raised in the guild, and it was all he knew. Sometime in his teens he was arranged to be married, but the brother of his bride-to-be objected and challenged him to a duel. Remy won, and killed the man in self-defense, but was exiled due to a nonaggression pact between the various criminal guilds.

Remy wandered the world, seeking his place in it, until he was approached by Professor Xavier and his X-Men. Xavier had foreseen a great evil coming to Earth, and was gathering forces to stop it. He believed Remy could be useful in the upcoming battle, and taught him to control and harness his abilities to their fullest potential.

Remy was there when Thanos attacked. Due to his powers (and with the help of Xavier and others) he was able to withstand the mind stone's control, but he felt it call out to him. He has been haunted by the voice in that Stone ever since, and even now as he hides with the rest of the X-Men, he feels the urge to seek out Thanos, to find out what the Stone was trying to tell him.


Faults and Weaknesses: Always a ladies man, Gambit sometimes forgets what's at stake if a beautiful woman is in his sights. He is quick to anger, and holds a grudge. His powers only work at touch range, as he has never gained the ability to use them at a distance. It is believed with enough practice he could achieve this, however.

Current Relations and Activity:
      Gambit is a trusted member of the X-Men, and has been working within that team, and with any mutants that have come along in various offshoots (X-Force, New Mutants, etc.) Due to his acrobatic and stealth skills, the X-Men have employed Gambit as a scout to watch for any activity from Thanos or the Black Order.

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Re: MARVEL Infinity End: Intrest Check
« Reply #24 on: May 11, 2018, 12:04:07 pm »
Putting up Blue Marvel and BP soon!!