Name: Warden Blair Age: 47 Gender: Male Race: Human Affiliation: CIA
Personality: Warden Blair is never impulsive, and always thinks his actions through. He tends to consider as many possiblities as he can before he acts, and almost always has contingency plans in effect. He is extremely patriotic, and desires nothing else in life than to see the U.S. become the dominant nation in the world. He is also a superb chess player.
POWER - can call and summon creatures of any kind, communicate with animals and get them to do his bidding.
HEIGHT - 6'2"
HAIR - light purple, rather straight, but kind of messy.
EYES - dark, black eyes.
CLOTHES - baggy kind of clothes, dark colors alot of the time, but looks pretty good in bright colors as well. sometimes, for special occasions, he dresses up well, but usually just something comfy that usually hangs off his lean form.
APPEARANCE - pale skin. pretty lanky, but looks rather handsome. not very strong looking since his power is defense enough.
PERSONALITY - generally fun loving and a pretty nice guy. you have to do something pretty bad or really offend him to get him mad at you. likes to talk alot, but doesn't usually talk about his problems. Likes to keep up a happy appearance.
HISTORY - he had his power most his life, but no one ever found out. He kept his power hidden his entire life. Then there was an accident... He was out camping with some friends one day and a bear came to the camp. Everyone freaked out and tried to run, but the bear chased them. Tyler saved them by communicating with the bear and calming it... but his friends wouldn't look at him after that... so he left his home, friends, family, and moved to someplace knew. He's still looking for a place to call home.
Name Ayane aka 'Nightshade' Age 18 Gender Female Race Human Species Mutant Ethnicity Japanese Power Nightshade has some incredible power. She is very much like the ninja's of old, since she can move much faster and has much better balance and night-vision then most people. She is, in a way, very cat-like as far as her grace and dexterity goes, but her speed is beyond explanation.
Appearance Ayane is and thin, standing at 5' 11.5" and weighing in at a grand total of...nevermind ^_^. She has short midnight blue hair that reaches her earlobes, which are peirced as much as possible it seems. Her right one has a Bar-bell at the very top, and travelling down it are an assortment of punkish and goth studs and spikes. Her left ear is the same way. She has a large stud on the side of her nose, as well as three silver hoops through her bottom lip. Her left eyebrow has a hoope through it too, above a sea of purple eyeshadow. Her chin lebrette is also peirced with a small spike stud. Her eyes are as baby-blue pools of light surounded by brakish darkness, her eyes being large luminous and almound-shaped like most japanese people. Her lips are char-black and shining brightly.
She wears a black corset with purple assets and a mesh top underneath which goes all the way down to her hands, which are cradled in a pair of fingerless leather gloves. About her hips is a massive leather belt with many steel plates lining it. A large buckle proudly proclaims the word 'HATE' in large black and red letters, the belt itself holding up a pair of tight-fitting pants with chains and spikes and studs hanging off of them. Her pantlegs dissappear as they're tucked into a pair of hooker boots that travel up to a bit below her knees.
Personality Ayane is the nicest person you will ever me! Pfft...cha...right...and Im not bi. She can be mean to those she doesn't know, overbearing abnoxious and a whole slew of other things. She is a theif by nature and has grown to survive on the streets.
History Ayane was once a highschool sweetheart to someone she held close to her heart. However, this all changed when that person dumped her, and she went from the sweet and innocent girl she was to the mess she is now. She is a punk who's been in trouble with the law countless times, and its gotten to the point where she stays in a vacant apartment that some fool left unlocked after a party. Its right accross the hall from some guy named Drake, whom she has hung out with infrequently.
One-Hundred Percent Obsessed... with Battle Royale.
POWER – Manipulates air and wind currents. While it may not seem like much, it is actually very useful. He is able to hear distant sounds and pinpoint their location. He can also utter a tiny whisper and carry it to another location. These two abilities combined make an excellent scouting ability. When it comes to combat, though, he is not the best. He is able to create variable gusts of wind to knock his opponents off balance but he is more at home defensively, creating a wind barrier to protect him and his comrades.
HEIGHT - 6'2"
ETHNICITY - African-American
HAIR – Short and black with a silver streak going down either side
EYES – A kaleidoscope of brown, reflecting his natural heritage, and grey, reflecting his power
CLOTHES – Red shirt, white and blue jacket, black jeans, and black sneakers
APPEARANCE - Medium-brown skin. Slender but slightly muscular. Face changes from a cheerful disposition to an emotionless stare. Does not consider himself attractive but has a number of female friends.
PERSONALITY – Joyful around friends but quiet, not talking much but letting the conversations go on. He is greatly influenced by his friends but does not do anything he truly doesn’t want to. However, when alone, he prefers to stay alone. He quietly thinks about whatever thoughts enter his mind, like what if we are all some scientists experiment and pawns in his plot.
HISTORY – Michael first discovered his power while at a get-together with some friends. While jumping on the trampoline, he jumped passed the edge of it and began falling towards the ground. An instant before landing face-first on the ground, he stopped in midair, the grass only a few inches below him. His friends were amazed and accepted his ability but his parents saw otherwise. They had heard on the news of mutants who went crazy with power and shunned him away. Michael did not hold a grudge against them but was disappointed that his own family would make such a rash decision. He currently travels the land with a pet falcon, saved from a hunter, named Xander.
Marvel Universe, Ultimate Marvel Universe, or Original Character:in both Marvel Universe and Ultimate Marvel Universe
Powers:Regenerative healing factor, Superhuman strength, speed, endurance and agility, Swordsmanship,Teleportation,"Comic awareness",Psychic immunity,Master martial artist and tactician,Instantaneous reflexes
History: Deadpool was formerly a government special operative who had developed terminal cancer. He volunteered for the clandestine Weapon X program, where he was mutagenically altered. This process was supposed to grant him a superhuman regenerative healing factor allegedly based on the DNA of the mutant Wolverine, stopping the progression of his cancer and greatly enhancing his physique. However, the cancer interacted with the mutagenic process in unanticipated ways; the process (initially) failed, disfigured him horribly and made him mentally unstable.
Cover of New Mutants (vol. 1) #98, Deadpool's first appearance. Art by Rob Liefeld.Deadpool quickly washes out of Weapon X and is sent to the "Workshop", a place for failed experiments, where he is tortured and experimented upon. In the Workshop, he becomes part of a game called "the Dead Pool", where inmates bet on which of them will die next. As Deadpool has been chosen as a special project by Doctor Killebrew, his odds of dying are very low, making him the leader of the Dead Pool with thousand-to-one odds. Deadpool starts to see Death and falls in love with her. He decides to break the Dead Pool by doing anything to get himself killed so he can be with Death. His rebellious behavior inspires the other inmates of the Workshop; he is seen as a threat to the order in the Workshop and Killebrew orders his death, but it is his execution that finally activates Deadpool's healing factor. Now unable to be with Death at all, Deadpool finally goes completely insane. He escapes with many other Weapon X washouts and takes on the name "Deadpool". After bumming around, he eventually finds his calling as a mercenary. Typically, he works for villains such as the mysterious Mr. Tolliver. This initially makes him an adversary of Cable, Wolverine and the New Mutants (later X-Force). In one of his first few defeats by Cable, he is literally packaged up and sent back to his employer.
Eventually, Deadpool becomes less of a villain and more of a reluctant hero, though the element of his moral ambiguity remains. It is revealed that he has friends, such as Weasel and Blind Al, that he is loyal to and cares about (due to his insanity, he would mistreat them at times, such as stabbing Weasel in the leg over the last Cheesy Poof or confining Blind Al in a room filled with sharp objects). Wade also developes deep friendships with some of the staff at the interdimensional firm known as Landau Luckman & Lake - in particular, Zoe Culloden. Although careful to project the guise of an invincible, merciless, gun-for-hire, Deadpool often shows he is actually an insecure and severely scarred man, emotionally and physically, who uses his sardonic wit to cope with reality and deal with relationships.
Deadpool frequents a hang-out spot for mercenaries called "Hell House" with its own odd cast of characters, has an often comedic rivalry with an undead man named T-Ray, and eventually the inclusion of Deuce the Devil Dog, who originally belonged to Franklin "Foggy" Nelson, best pal and partner of the Marvel superhero Daredevil. He often runs into other mercenaries such as the Taskmaster and Bullseye during his adventures. It is also at this time that Deadpool's relationship with Siryn is strengthened as she helps him deal with the loss of his full range of healing powers and with his insanity. Siryn's belief in him makes Deadpool try to be a better person. It is at this point that Deadpool fights The Hulk and managed to impale him on a street sign. He also has a brief and disturbing relationship with Typhoid Mary.
Deadpool acknowledges his existence in a comic book.Deadpool has died twice in the past. In the first occurrence, Wade had decided to rejoin the Weapon X program to regain his good looks. However, after witnessing his girlfriend, Copycat (Vanessa Carlyle) slaughtered by the program, he was heavily gunned down, while trying to get revenge on his former employers. Luckily, Thanos resurrected him because he was envious that Death was falling in love with Deadpool. In what may be billed as a parody of The Death of Superman, four false Deadpools appeared upon Wade's death, each personifying a different aspect of his personality. The first was an idealistic superhero with traditional ideals reminiscent of Superman's. The second was a Punisher-esque figure crime fighter and mercenary who took pleasure in killing his targets. The third was an absurdist pop culture star along the lines of Tom Green or Bam Margera. The final Deadpool was completely insane, and throughout the arc, spoke only the words "No Pickles." These four, as well as Deadpool's inner child, his feminine side, his inner geek, and his inner stand-up comedian (sharing the appearance and catchphrase of Rodney Dangerfield) were absorbed accidentally into T-Ray, mind-wiping the villain.
In the second occurrence, it appeared that Deadpool was killed in an explosion fighting the aristocratic (and telepathic) villain known as the Black Swan. Swan had infected Deadpool with a virus that would erase his memory in retaliation for several of his successful mercenary hits which had been erroneously attributed to Deadpool. This led to an escalation of events in which Swan murdered a man known as Nijo (who initially had thought Deadpool responsible for his brothers death only to discover that it was Swan who had killed his brother) and a duel with Deadpool. Deadpool and Swan fought, but as result of a miscalculation on Deadpool's part, all parties were seemingly obliterated.
Weeks later, a mysterious figure showed up at the apartment of Deadpool's manager, Sandi Brandenburg. The man took the name Alex Hayden and together they started "Agency X," with Hayden dubbed Agent X after the company. Most believed that Hayden was Deadpool with a case of amnesia. In fact, the truth was more complicated, as shown when the Black Swan showed up with a "tabula rasa" Deadpool in tow (whom Hayden immediately shot in the head). It was revealed that "Hayden" was really Nijo's corpse, which had been revived and given Deadpool's healing factor by Swan's out-of-control mental powers (Swan had also received a copy of the healing factor) and whose mind was created from an amalgam of Deadpool and the Swan. Deadpool's own personality was slowly growing back (unwittingly accelerated by Hayden's bullet to his head).
Deadpool and Agent X, his erstwhile double, with his reluctant current partner Cable in the background. Art by Patrick Zircher.In an attempt to regain the parts of his mind he had lost, as well as remove the pieces of their minds he wanted rid of ("You and Wilson have my skills, Mr Hayden. In return, I received a taste for Radiohead and an encyclopedic knowledge of pornographic knock-knock jokes. Yes, I'd like to switch back if possible"), including Nijo's sense of honor, Swan proposed a three-way mind meld. Hayden agreed. However, the Swan, being an evil cad, attempted to double cross the other two and kill them as soon as the process was complete, but while he concentrated on Hayden, Deadpool immediately stabbed the Swan in the back. Deadpool, Hayden and Hayden's allies Outlaw and Taskmaster eventually defeated and killed the Swan and had him stuffed so that the healing factor couldn't resurrect him (Hayden would later be shown using the corpse as a surfboard). Shortly after, Deadpool became one of the villains to find the Identity Disc.
Deadpool is currently partnered with his former enemy, Cable. Recently, Deadpool and Cable were involved with a terrorist plot aimed at unleashing the shape-shifting "Façade Virus" upon the world. After both were infected with the virus, it was necessary to merge their DNA structure, so now Cable has some of Deadpool's DNA and vice versa. This means that whenever Cable uses his teleporter to "bodyslide", both he and Deadpool teleport together -- sometimes literally (a "bodyslide by one" results in them being badly integrated into a single body, forcing a messy separation, which, thanks to the DNA share with Wade, Cable is also able to recover from). As a result of the Façade in his system, Deadpool's face was temporarily cured of the hideous scarring. Once Cable shut down all infections of the virus worldwide however, Deadpool was returned to his usual self.
The X-Men, including Cable's father Cyclops, then hired Deadpool to put together the pieces of a mini-teleporter that they could use to stop Cable, who had achieved the peak of his powers and was causing a worldwide political ruckus in attempting to unite the world's populace.
After Cable then delivered a stark message to the world's leaders - deliberately setting them all against him by threatening to throw all their missiles into the sun - Deadpool and the X-Men mounted an attack on Cable's artificial island Providence, whereupon Deadpool promptly turned on the X-Men, shooting Wolverine and Bishop to prevent them from attacking Cable. Cable then confessed to Deadpool that he'd wanted him to kill him, to show the governments that they could achieve something by working together. Cable was then attacked by the Silver Surfer and burnt out his powers in the ensuing battle, and Deadpool saved his life by removing the telepathic and telekinetic parts of his brain with the mini-teleporter, and then recovering non-viral techno-organic matter to replace the damage it had caused to Cable's body. The aftermath of this betrayal of his employers, however, left Deadpool publicly unemployable - whereupon Cable began to covertly hire him to run missions for him, without revealing that he was the one doing so.
Shortly afterward, Deadpool would rescue Cable again, teleporting through several alternate worlds to retrieve him, and Cable returned the favor by repairing Deadpool's brain damage before his powers burnt out once more, though his personality remained unchanged.
Deadpool commonly develops obsessions with words and people, repeatedly mentioning the words duct tape, duodenum and chimichanga, the phrase "Sphincter says what?", and is frequently preoccupied by thoughts of Bea Arthur, Ernest Borgnine, and the Olsen Twins.
In the Widdle Wade special, Deadpool was revealed to have once been a sumo-wrestler, though this may merely be a dig at Wolverine's memories of his past life, at that time heavily Ninja-and-Japanese-culture-themed.
Wade also has been made a member of the X-Men on at least two separate occasions (once in Cable & Deadpool, and once in a current alternate world version of Weapon X). Despite this, Deadpool is not a mutant, a fact that others (especially Cyclops and other members of the X-Men) have pointed out numerous times as a reason for rejecting him (this has not stopped non-mutants from joining the X-Men; Mimic was not a mutant, for example).
In a recent issue of Cable & Deadpool, Deadpool sabotaged a portion of Cable's island paradise in an attempt by the United States Government to discredit him. Deadpool then maneuvers Cable into position, until they come face to face with the Six Pack, who are sabotaging the infrastructure of the fictional country of Rumekistan. Suddenly, Deadpool is introduced as the newest member of the Six Pack, and is depicted shooting Cable in the back of the head. Cable does, however, wake up a while later, confronting Deadpool and forgiving him for his actions, saying it was all a part of his "Plan." Deadpool is stripped of his equipment, and Cable, using his powers, throws Deadpool from Rumekistan (where the action was all taking place up to this point) and is told to never return. Deadpool is displeased with this turn of events. Cable then proceeds with connecting Deadpool's mind to the "infonet" in such a way that he begins seeing all the people he has killed and briefly becomes crazier than normal (Deadpool's own words are along the lines of "this isn't my average looney tunes kind of crazy, this is extra crispy handfuls of viagra kind of crazy"). This causes him to explore the morality of what he does, although he hates it with a passion. He finally convinces himself that the only solution is to take out Taskmaster and regain self-respect. He defeats Taskmaster relatively easily, only to find that the "malevolent" employers won't hire him because he is irresponsible. He then thanks Taskmaster for letting him win, and is surprised to find out that Taskmaster didn't let him at all - he won on his own. Taskmaster then tells Wilson that he was always good, but that until he gets serious he'll never be a professional. Wilson later decides that the only solution is to become a superhero.
The next issue reveals the Rhino discovered Wade wanted to fight him (to show he's a superhero), and had Deadpool shrunk with Pym Particles. Wade, however, defeated Rhino and several others at a miniscule size. He let Rhino go, but when he learnt Weasel, who had shrunk him, could not resize him, Wilson set out to prove how great a hero he was, by defeating the Rhino easily at the tiny height. Wade is still small and the story is ongoing, with Agent X set to appear in Issue 38.
Publication history Deadpool originally appeared in the pages of the New Mutants and later X-Force. The character became quite popular, and eventually received a limited series (The Circle Chase) in 1993, written by Fabian Nicieza with art by Joe Madureira. It was a relative success, and a second limited series (Sins of the Past) was created in 1994 by Mark Waid and Ian Churchill. At this point he began making guest appearances across the Marvel Universe in titles such as Wolverine, Nomad, Silver Sable, and Heroes For Hire.
In 1997, Deadpool was given his own ongoing title, initially written by Joe Kelly, with then newcomer Ed McGuinness as the artist. It firmly establishes his nickname "the Merc with a Mouth," and creates a supporting cast including Blind Al and his best friend, Weasel. Deadpool became a high-octane, lowbrow comedy parody of the cosmic drama, anti-hero-heavy comics of the time. The ongoing series gained cult popularity for its unorthodox main character and its balance of angst and pop culture slapstick.
Deadpool lasted until issue #69, at which point it was relaunched as a new title by Gail Simone with a similar character called Agent X in 2002. Thus, Deadpool became Agent X, Cable became Soldier X and X-Force became X-Statix. The title character of Agent X was eventually revealed to not really be Deadpool, and the climax of that series saw the original character restored.
Deadpool's next appearance came in 2004 with the launch of Cable & Deadpool written by Fabian Nicieza. This title is still ongoing.
Breaking the fourth wall Deadpool is one of few Marvel comic book characters, another being She-Hulk, that have broken the "fourth wall" and called attention to his nature as a comic book character. In fact, early on in the series, some ads for the book came with the tag-line "Deadpool: Breaking down the fourth wall, brick by brick!"
Deadpool, unlike most characters, is aware that he's in a comic book.At the end of Agent X #15, upon coming back from the dead, he wonders if he "still thinks in those little yellow boxes". In the current Cable & Deadpool ongoing series, Deadpool occasionally narrates previous events for the reader, on one occasion mentioning that the book's editor told him that the current reader is the only person who has actually bought the book. The character also makes frequent in-jokes about the comic book industry. After the events that took place in Agent X, Deadpool was thought to be cured of his knowledge of the fourth wall, but in Cable & Deadpool #23 while summarizing the previous issue, he makes blatant mention of the recap page. He then says "Hmm, I thought I was cured of that 'fourth wall' thing..." And, in Deadpool #4, when Deadpool is informed that he will have to fight the Hulk in order to obtain his DNA, he protests, and begins to sing the theme song from the 60's Hulk cartoon: "I'm scared! This is the INCREDIBLE HULK here! ♫Doc Bruce Banner, pelted by Gamma Rays, turned into the Hulk-- -- Ain't he unglamourus?!?♪ The FREAKIN' HULK!". Also, recapping the events of the ongoing Marvel Civil War in Cable & Deadpool #31, he says, "And the Boy Scout branch made a big show of cooperating, by having Spider-Man reveal his identity on national TV... as if we hadn't seen the movies already and didn't know it was dreamy doe-eyed Tobey Maguire under the mask!" In Cable & Deadpool #30, while fighting the Great Lakes Avengers, Deadpool wonders how they know what he is saying in his little yellow thought boxes. They reveal that he's actually been saying everything out loud. Deadpool then ponders how this is happening, as he was fairly certain he was thinking in the first person narrative. This continues throughout the rest of the issue. The "faulty first person narrative" is also referenced in Cable & Deadpool #31. Currently, he can be found making brief statements explicitly referring to existing in comic book panels. For example, in issue # 36, he makes the statement to the reader after knocking out Taskmaster that "that was probably cheap, even by my standards, probably, but now we can just move on to this..." and jumps to the next panel. Additionally, Deadpool answers his own letter column. Interestingly, although Deadpool frequently makes remarks to other Marvel Universe characters that reference their presence in a comic book, the other characters never seem to make any attempt to figure out what he's talking about. This is probably because nobody takes anything Deadpool says seriously anyway, due to his insanity (his knowledge of the fourth wall may indeed be a result of his insanity, or, at least, that's how it would be perceived by other characters).
Currently, Deadpool also routinely has a fourth-wall-breaking recap page. While it usually features him recapping the storyline in the form of a late-night talk show monologue, in Cable & Deadpool #36, he is seen in the offices of Marvel Comics, harassing his book's editor about the current storyline, until she distracts him by convincing him that he needs to speak with the editor of the then-ongoing Civil War event
Age of Apocalypse Deadpool's counterpart in the alternate reality Age of Apocalypse is Dead Man Wade, one of the Pale Riders, Apocalypse's covert strike team. In keeping with the dark tone of the setting, this version seems to have no knowledge of his existence as a comic book character.
His abilities are similar to Deadpool's, with a healing factor acquired through Apocalypse's eugenics program. However, whereas the Earth-616 Deadpool is psychotically fun-loving, Dead Man Wade is confused, depressed and disturbed. Wade mentions that his body is constantly rotting, not just healing.
Apocalypse sends Wade and the other Pale Riders to destroy the sanctuary known as Avalon. Once there, however, Damask betrays the team. In the battle that follows, Nightcrawler kills Wade, decapitating him by teleporting his head away.
Exiles See also: Exiles (Marvel Comics) The Exiles are a group of superhumans (originally mutants) from different realities recruited by the Timebroker to repair broken timelines. The Timebroker also recruited a second team, who called themselves Weapon X, created to deal with morally ambiguous missions, in which the timelines required assassinations and massacres in order to be corrected. An alternate version of Deadpool was a founding member of the team. Personality and power wise, this version of Deadpool does not differ significantly from the Deadpool of 616. This version of Deadpool was thought to be dead after Sabertooth broke his neck in a reality that was controlled by Sentinels. It was later revealed that any incapacitated members of “Weapon X” and the “Exiles” had been kept in stasis. Deadpool was one such member. Deadpool was revived by an alternate version of Dr. Strange who was attempting to research a cure for Mimic who was frozen in stasis due to injuries received fighting King Hyperion. After being revived, Deadpool instantly murdered Strange by snapping his neck. Deadpool took over the Exiles' base, unfreezing the Hulk (Jennifer Walters), using her as a potential ally. However, he was later defeated by Mimic, who had been revived earlier. Mimic had absorbed Deadpool's healing factor. After the battle, Hulk judged Deadpool guilty of various murders she had witnessed him committing. She then smashed him into pulp. This version of Deadpool is presumed dead.
Deadpool first appeared in the Ultimate Marvel continuity along with the Reavers in Ultimate Spider-Man #91, where they assaulted the X-Men's Mansion during a visit from Peter Parker. He and his team used disguising technology to impersonate the X-Men and surprise them one by one with mutant-gene-targeting stun guns. Deadpool was only truly seen in the last panel of the book, which confirmed the removal of his yellow-worded speech bubbles and a change of his costume from his standard marvel "616" counterpart. His outfit is predominantly black and red.
Ultimate Deadpool appears to be a human supremacist working with the Genoshan government to hunt down mutants on live television as sport. According to the network, he was a sergeant named Wadey Wilson and after surviving death-defying action in the Wakanda Wars in the early nineties, took the name Deadpool.
Likely as an ode to fans, in issue #93 of Ultimate Spider-Man, his subtitles on television while he appears talking are uniquely yellow. He breaks the fourth wall only to television audiences.
At the end of issue #93, it appeared that Ultimate Deadpool was actually Professor X, but this was quickly proved in the next issue to be a holographic ruse. Deadpool's true face was seen as having no skin and portions of his skull missing, covered by a clear plastic helmet that made his face appear human-shaped when masked. Kitty Pryde phased through him, seemingly causing his cybernetic enhancements to explode and kill him, but by the end of the story arc, someone resembling him, with a grip on his mask, was revealed to have survived.
While Ultimate Deadpool shares very few similarities with his mainstream counterpart, his backstory has much in common with Donald Pierce, who in the mainstream comics was a mutant-hating cyborg who led the Reavers.
Personality: Switches Form Serious To A Show Off, and a Goof ball
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Slim build, not to skinny, but not to Muscular, Average sized.
Eyes: Dark Brown
Hair: Short Cut, Dyed Green
Other Distinguishing Features: He has Three Scars on his Wrists From Were His "Powers" Came From.
Skills: Can Speak Freanch, Spanish,And German. He Can also Hack Computers and Machenary.
Known Superhuman Powers: His Veins in his Wrists can Protrud his skin and extend to a length of 17ft, They can be used as a wip or to strangle people, the Veins can alos be used to Climb walls and jump to far areas.
Weakness: He Is Weak to Fire, his Best freind died when they made a fire in his house when they were young, He is also Closterfobic.
History: When He was born his parnets sent him to live with his Grandmother till he was 13, when he came back he had experianced his best friend, Tori, die in a fire, having been caught inder the roof when it collapsed he has developed Closterfobia. Not To Long after he was home, he descoverd his..."Power", His parnets, having found out, tossed him to the streets, they didn't wish to have a "Freak" in the home. Since then He has Been surching for Jobs, and places to stay...
name: Helena age: 18 powers: healing (when she heals she also sees the persons most horrible memories) appearance:
She has long black hair and emerald sized red eyes, wears a black corset top and a pair of black Tripp pants with chains hanging from them she has piercings on her tongue,Libra,ears,and eyebrow personality: adventurous, Quirky (in a good way), empath,stubborn, shy, friendly biography: Helena has been locked in the basement for most of her life, her mother was afraid to let anyone see that she had a freak of a daughter, Helena's father a mutant like herself left and promised to come back for her and never did, Helena ran away at 16 sick and tired of waiting for her father a mutant picked her up and took her to school, Helena still has never found her father.
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Appearance: Dark brown hair tied back while some falls over his eyes. Black leather trechcoat that looks like it has seen better days(no sleeves). Scars covering most of his arms, wearing black arm bands with metal worked into them to form back to bacl dragons fighting. Worn out blue jeans and sneakers and a faded green sleevelessl shirt.
Abilities: He is called Arashi for a reason. His body acts as a battery would, absorbing all amounts of electrical energy until he can't hold anymore and let's it all out at once. Though he has learned to control this ability since acquiring it as a teenager.
Equipment: The arm bands he wears are a kind of inhibitor that prevent him from letting out too much energy and work as a one time time-displacement device.
History: He grew up in a world where the X-Men actually worked for the government and enforced the Mutant registration laws. The time he is from, there is hardly any free mutants left, all eventually enslaved by those who had created the registration laws. Mutants are a second-class and kept in strict line. Any who disobey, never get a second chance. He was the last of the Freedom Movement, now only one option left. Go back to the past and find the X-Men and stop them at all costs.
"You are free to sever the chains of fate that bind you..."
*created for X-Veil* AUTHORIZATION: [COMPLETED] BATTLE CODE: [INITIATED]
[SUBJECT ID]: tARM7465 (ALIAS: DRUID) [APPEARANCE]: EMERALD COLORED EYES, LONG FOREST GREEN HAIR, CREAM-COLORED SKIN WITH A SLIGHT GREEN TINT, 17 YEAR OLD FEMALE HUMANOID; ALTHOUGH SUBJECT POSSESSES A NATURALLY THIN FRAME, GROWTH IS STUNTED DUE TO SELF-INFLICTED MALNUTRITION; CARRIES AROUND (RATHER UNNECESSARILY) A BLACK LOCKET GIVEN TO HER INDIRECTLY BY MATERNAL PARENT UPON DEATH [OUTSTANDING FEATURES]: OCCASIONAL GREEN TWIG SPROUTS FROM HAIR WHENEVER AGITATED, POSSIBLY DUE TO THE NATURE OF HER ABILITIES; SMALL ID TATTOO ON BACK OF NECK THAT ALSO ENCASES A TRACKING DEVICE; TRACKING DEVICE SEEMS TO HAVE GONE INOPERABLE [HEIGHT]: 1.447 METERS (APPROX. 4' 9") [WEIGHT]: 41.730 KILOGRAMS (APPROX. 92 LBS)
[PERSONA]: SUBJECT APPEARS TO BE TIMID, SHY, AND DOCILE, UNLESS AGITATED; HAS BEEN INTEGRATED WITH BATLTEK BIOCHIP TECHNOLOGY TO ENHANCE FIGHTING ABILITY; SIDE EFFECTS ARE TEMPORARY LOST OF EMOTIONS AND APPARENT DISREGARD FOR LIFE IF IT COMES INTO DIRECT CONTACT WITH SKIN; HER EXTENSIVE TACTICAL KNOWLEDGE IS ALSO DUE TO THE BIOCHIP, WHICH WAS CREATED SPECIFICALLY FOR HER BODY TYPE AND ABILITY PATH
[ABILITIES]: APPEARS TO HAVE SOME MANNER OF CONTROL OVER NATURE; ATTACKS WITH VINE-LIKE PROJECTIONS WHICH ENTANGLE, STRANGULATE, OR IMPALE TARGET. CAN ALSO CREATE A SHIELD-LIKE APPARATUS TO DEFLECT ATTACKS; BIOTECH HAS FURTHERED HER ABILITIES, AS AFOREMENTIONED VINES NOW CARRY A TAILOR-MADE POISON IN THEM WHICH CAN NEUTRALIZE DIFFICULT TARGETS; SUBJECT APPEARS TO HAVE A INFRARED VISION RECEPTORS, ALLOWING FOR LIMITED NIGHT VISION; CREATION POSSIBLY DUE TO GENETIC TAMPERING;
ADDITIONAL ABILITIES]: UNKNOWN
[HISTORY]: NARRATION: Born under careful observation, the subject's maternal parent was a known Mutant, as well as a fugitive, who was subdued and forced through in vitro fertilization to produce a live birth for experimentation. Having never known the world on the outside, she is naturally timid and frightened of humans, especially of those in white coats, which is unfortunate. Her vision is odd, as it seems to catch infrared rays, rather than the regular visible spectrum. Therefore, subject 7465 may seem to have some night-vision capabilities, which could come in use should further tests of such items be authorized.
Before more abilities could surface, however, the subject somehow escaped a while ago, perhaps through the use of an ability we just happened to miss. Due to extreme unwillingness to eat regularly over the last few years, the subject's growth seems to have stunted. If returned, however, it will be first priority to fix that issue, as it could have contributed to reasons for escaping. However, ulterior motives could be in motion, as the bodies at the scene might indicate. The child seemed rather angry when she 'escaped', helped no doubt by some outside force. Perhaps there are other forces at work here that should be quelled before they cause further harm to the population.
As for the child, she has never been outside, but injections and a naturally hardy immune system should keep this subject healthy enough to live for several days before she needs to be returned. However, it has been more than a week since her escape, and not even the help of our dear leader and Cerebro have been able to find her as of yet. It is presumed that she is either dead, or somehow very good at hiding her signature and disabling the tracking device; both possibilities are likely.
-Dr. Philip McCoy
[ADDITIONAL INFORMATION]: IMMEDIATE CAPTURE, WHETHER ALIVE OR DECEASED, IS OF HIGH PRIORITY; SEARCHES HAVE BEEN MADE NEAR POPULATED AREAS, AS WELL AS RURAL AND URBAN AREAS, BUT SO FAR, NO TRACES HAVE BEEN FOUND; HOPE FOR LIVE CAPTURE IS NEARING 0% AS OF THIS TIME
USE OF FORCE IN APPREHENTION OF SUBJECT: [APPROVED]
*yes, i wrote it like this for a reason >.< all will be explained should this RP get off the ground... and if there are any issues, please tell me pronto via PM >.< oh, and thank god for Wikipedia XD (no comments there XP)*
Last Edit: Sept 13, 2008 21:06:43 GMT -5 by Da Pwny
"You know, this movie can be used to induce vomiting."
Appearance: Black spiked hair, fair skin, wears a dark green military jacket, black shirt, black jeans and combat boots. He has an athletic build.
Abilities: He can generate oscillations in anything that comes in contact with his forearms. This gives him the ability to manipulate air . He can also break through almost any hard surface by resonating the material at the frequency it breaks. He hasn't realized the full scope of his powers yet but he currently researching into the field of wave mechanics. Due to this ability, Cerebro has not yet been able to get a lock on him as his brain waves are scrambled making it impossible to get the exact location. Usually they can track the general area he is in by detecting the scattered signature.
Personality: He uses his time to experiment with his powers and study more about the nature of his powers. He is generally inquisitive by nature and highly whimsical. He is sometimes tortured by nightmares, making him extremely cranking on those days. Generally, he has a pleasant nature as long as he is left alone and not bothered. The people around where he lives all know of him, respecting and fearing him at the same time.
History: He doesn't have a clue about his birth or origins. From what he has gathered till now, the government seems to know more about his history than he does himself. Fearing what he will find, he has stopped looking for his past.
Since his early childhood, he has used his powers openly to stay alive, making a living as a small time robber. He never bothers the humans around him and expects only to be left alone and for them not to disclose his location in case they are ever questioned, which is done pretty frequently as the scale of his crimes have grown over the years.
He has never had any qualms about killing those who wish him harm. As Cerebro is pretty much useless in tracking him, the government and the X-Men have to search for him the old-fashioned way, interrogating and following clues like with normal criminals. He is currently one of the most wanted mutants by the government. Recently he has heard from the people who were interrogated by the government that he might be an escapist from a government facility of some kind.
Name: Jake Bennett (couldn't resist using that last name... if he were Asian I would have named him Nakamura, but you'll see why I didn't ) Age: 36 Gender: Male Height: 6'1" Weight: 209 lbs.
Appearance: Muscular and imposing, made all the more frightening by the swastika tattoo on his forehead. Wears a black trenchcoat with noticeable weapon bulges under it, an olive-green sleeveless shirt and camo pants. With the trenchcoat off, other tattoos -- Army Ranger tattoos -- can be seen on his arms. Without the sleeveless shirt on, a nasty scar from a bullet wound can be seen on his chest. His head is shaved bald; his eyes are blue and intense.
Abilities: An expert in demolitions and the martial arts from his military training and subsequent terrorist activity, Jake's mutant powers didn't set in until late in life (29). For the past seven years, he has been using them both to survive and to change history in small ways. Jake can manipulate the space/time continuum at both ends, meaning that he can both teleport and time-travel.
History: Joined ROTC in high school, and became an Army Ranger the year after graduating. Helped the government track down mutants for part of that time, but was dissatisfied with the work because he wasn't allowed to use what he viewed as a necessary amount of force. Resigning his commission, he went out and formed a Nazi skinhead group that rounded up, tortured and killed mutants simply for the pleasure of it. Seven years ago, his powers activated and he teleported out of the way of a cop's bullet. His gang decided to do to him what they did to other mutants, and he fought back, killing them all with his bare hands using techniques from his military hand-to-hand combat training. Afterward, he went back in time and tried to set things right, liberating some of the mutants his military unit and/or gang had captured; however, he left the swastika tattoo on his forehead as a reminder of his past crimes, and a mark of his desire to atone for his sins. He will not have it removed until things are set right.
Personality: Plagued by regret and fueled by fanatical fever. The ends justify the means with Jake, and his ultimate goal at the moment is to assassinate the President of the United States. As he has killed high-level government officials before, he is currently one of the most wanted mutants.
Weapons/equipment: Carries a pair of Uzis under that trenchcoat, as well as smaller arms ranging from knives to grenades. Doesn't carry anything particularly futuristic in nature, even though he has been to the future.
(OOC: Swytchblayd, if you want Jake can have had a hand in Druid's mysterious disappearance from the government facility... rescuing mutants is something he does quite often, and you didn't specify how exactly she escaped.)
*i have no qualms against that :3 might make things more interesting actually... once I can get her into a fight >w< still... stealing her away from a high-level, top-secret facility would be quite tricky...*
Last Edit: Mar 10, 2008 17:48:23 GMT -5 by Da Pwny
"You know, this movie can be used to induce vomiting."
Appearance: Fair skin with a slight green tint to it (especially near veins... arteries are of a lighter color), emerald eyes, forest green hair (naturally); wears mostly light or medium natural colors for shirts, skirts, and/or dresses, or shades of green or green mixes (such as sea green). Currently wearing a green plain T-shirt with simple worn-out blue jeans, brown semi-formal boot-shoes, and white socks.
Abilities: Natalie is basically a humanoid plant; from any part of her body, she can manipulate vines that attack or entangle enemies, form shields, or seep into walls to break them down. Vines carry a sap-like substance on them which sticks to enemies, slowing them down as well as distracting them. Creates a tree around her with a base of about her height and grows quickly to twice her own in order to regenerate lost energy... usually takes anywhere from an hour to all day, depending upon how much energy has been spent; in this state, she is vulnerable to attack. Limited telepathic abilities manifest while in this state, so she can communicate with those nearby. So far, she can live off of 'human' food without much trouble, but further mutation could eliminate that need at all.
Attitude: a cheerful, active girl who's always caring of others and always ready to help . She hides no dark pasts, save for the facts of abuse from her parents for being very different from other children. While fighting, she is usually the most focused and aware member of a group, concentrating on attacking/slowing enemies and helping allies alike, with the occasional healing if necessary.
History: Having lived with her well-to-do parents until recently, Natalie was made fun of in school as her powers manifested themselves early in her life, changing her skin and hair color. She ignored them, however, forcing herself to become as good as she could be. Longing to go to Xavier's school, she was ecstatic when an invitation came, immediately packing her bags and leaving with the person who would take her to him personally. How little she knew about what she would find when she got there...
"You know, this movie can be used to induce vomiting."
Post by Xiahou Dun, the One-Eyed on Mar 18, 2008 1:17:26 GMT -5
(Not currently in an RP, I just wanted to make this character)
Name: Anthony Balton Nickname: Balloon Age: 19 Gender: Male Appearance: Balloon has brown messy hair and clammy skin. he is relatively short at 5'5" and is kind of scrawny. In public he usually dons a brown duster, a black T-shirt, a pair of blue jeans with a brown belt holding them up and a pair of dark brown work boots. There is an air sack on Anthony's back that is red in color and dark veins can be seen throughout it. While deflated it is no more than a big red spot on his back, but can inflate to have an area about 1.5 times the size of the rest of his body. Mutation: Anthony has a sack composed of cartilage, muscle, and skin taking up a large portion of his back. This sack can be filled with air, and if lighter gasses fill it, he can actually lift himself into the air. Anthony has this uncanny abillity to suck only flammable, light gasses into this sack if he takes time to do so. Anthony's bone structure is also hollowed and bird like, making him somewhat frail but causing him to weigh significantly less than an ordinary human, though his slight case of anorexia may also help with this to a degree. Also, inside the air sack on his back is an unusual organ that has platinum qualities and can ignite the gasses in his air sack, causing it to glow a brighter red. These ignited gasses can be exhaled in a spray of fire. It is then no surprise that Anthony seems impervious to heat and fire. Personallity: Balloon is selfish and cares little for others. He can be rather callous if the situation calls for it and will almost always look after his own personal gain over all else. It is then obvious why most people consider him a jerk.