- 1 Level 50 Heroes
- 1.1 Champion
- 1.2 Guardian
- 1.3 Justice
- 1.4 Liberty
- 1.5 Pinnacle
- 1.6 Triumph
- 1.7 Virtue
- 2 Level 50 Villains
Level 50 Heroes
Not today, punk!
I spend my days stopping pieces of paper, so I'll have no problem putting you down. You may have seen me on TV. That bill to give amnesty to gang members? Filibustered. Shorter prison terms? Filibustered.
You want to know who I really am? I'm sorry, that's a "Capitol Offense".
As a fledgling hero, Electrilux accepted a mission to find the homeless people that had gone missing from a local shelter, and never returned to the surface after entering the sewers. Months later there emerged a strange tale of a blue-skinned Rikti, and the Multiversal Champions decided to investigate the rumors. They found Electrilux, mutated and renamed. They were able to rescue him, and eventually return him to the path of heroism. Although he had lost his electrical powers, he had gained proficiency with Rikti weapons, and had mutated into a much stronger being. No longer Electrilux, he is now Luc'Trilex!
Ngwenyama, the Lion, the Hero of Swaziland, came to Paragon City soon after the Rikti invasion. With his traditional shield and powers like a lion's breath, nothing can stand in his way as he fights to clear the world of evil magic and any other foes that get in his way.
Harry the Hepcat
No ordinary catboy, Harry the Hepcat began his heroic career in the big band heyday of the 1940s, where he was one of the heppest cats around. He never lost his sense of rhythm, but now he dances around villains before slicing them to pieces. And of course, he does it while looking stylish in his pinstripe suit.
A piece of the living mountain known as the Super Aggro Crag, The Crystal Crag is bigger, sharper and filled with more surprises than ever before.
Deuce and a Half
Nicknamed for the WW2-era truck of the same nickname, Deuce and a Half fought alongside Statesman in the battlefields of WW2 Europe. Unlike Statesman, he retired afterwards, not wishing to get involved with the quickly approaching Cold War. He remained retired until after the Rikti War, when he saw the resurgence of Nazism and fascism in the villain groups of Paragon City. He is the founding member of We Few, a group of fellow WW2 veterans who have come out of retirement to continue their heroism in the modern day.
Chelsea always loved to practice with her samurai katana, but it was never more than a hobby until the day she got caught in the backlash of a Crey experiment to tap into the Netherworld for energy. The out-of-control experiment nearly drowned her in dark energy, but her samurai learnings allowed her to absorb and control it, instead of it controlling her. She fled before Crey realized what happened, and quickly registered with the FBSA, where she has been a hero ever since.
A promising student of Paragon Technical Institute, Keith Sterling was horribly injured when a transformer in his lab exploded. His advisor working in the lab with him was killed instantly and shrapnel shredded Keith's right arm from the elbow to the shoulder. The robotic arm which he had been working on was able to replace his damaged flesh, but the loss of his mentor haunts him. He learned from the legendary hero Citadel that the Clockwork had sabotaged his lab, causing the explosion. In desperation, he sought out the Clockwork, determined to destroy as many as he could. They nearly killed him, but in desperation he hit them with his robotic arm and disabled them. Finding that he now had a stronger than normal arm he worked to improve his power. He constructed armbands to store charge, which he can release at an enemy. He now fights all manner of villain, not just Clockwork, but patiently waits for the day when he will be able to confront the Clockwork King.
When his wife was killed in childbirth and his son disappeared from the hospital, Andrew Brenner went insane. He tore apart several city offices with his newly discovered mutant abilities, until he was captured and put in the Zig. When he was broken out of the Zig by Arachnos, one of the fortunatas whispered in his ear that it was the heroes that took his son, and he vowed to become a powerful villain and make the heroes pay. Upon achieving the pinnacle of his villain career, he learned the truth, and found that his son was taken by the Menders of Ouroboros to protect the people of the present. When he learned that his son had been returned to his own time and was now a hero, he vowed to change his ways, and now fights the very group that helped him gain power those many years ago.
Joyce Brenner noticed a strange, cold feeling with her growing baby. As the pregnancy progressed, the cold grew more intense. Finally, her body could take it no more and went into premature labor. The baby survived, but Joyce was killed by the intense cold. Even the delivery doctor had frostbite on his fingers after the delivery. The frozen son, as he came to be called, was put in isolation at the hospital. A few weeks after he was born, he mysteriously vanished, leaving tendrils of ice on his crib. After Paragon City was nearly destroyed in the Rikti War, Frozen Son was sent to the present by those who had taken him as an infant. Having been raised in the 23rd century, he learned to use the great cold he produces. Because he knows the great damage he can create, he acts mainly in defense, letting others deal damage. He knows how crucial the the heroes of today are to the future of mankind and fights crime as often as he can, but he still mourns his mother.
Originally from a much harsher world, Laa'fe Cskeh volunteered to board an expedition capsule that was being sent to explore Earth. After many years of travel in stasis, she arrived on Earth soon after the Rikti attack and it's aftermath. Her capsule landed in the peaks of the Himalayas, where monks of the Shaolin order were her first contact with humanity. She learned of the Rikti devastation and slowly made her way to Paragon City, travelling through much of Asia and learning the martial arts techinques that she uses to fight crime today. Her native planet is a much rougher environment, and though she is normal on her home planet, she was required to register as a superbeing upon entry into Paragon City. She heals at an incredible rate compared to normal humans, though some human mutants can match her capabilities. The relative low gravity of Earth allows her to travel great distances with little effort, and only the combined efforts of various metahuman villains can put her in any danger.
Charles Parker idolized Electrilux, and followed everything that the great hero did. He wanted to be like Electrilux so much that even though he was still a child, he went out and picked a fight with some Clockwork. Unfortunately, with no superpowers, he nearly lost his life to those Clockwork. In the hospital, a warshade came to his parents and expressed interest in transferring the Nictus into Charlie to save his life. When Charlie recovered, the nictus essence was so moved that he decided to stay with the child, and help him fight crime as the hero Charlie always wanted to be - Little Lux!
It all started with a job application at Chipotle...
She got put on the griddle, cooking and chopping meat. Turns out she was good at it. Really good at it. She was the fastest chopper in the history of the company. They had to get her new blades that wouldn't wear out as fast. Then she got fast enough that the friction from the blades cooked the meat without a griddle. She now surrounds herself with sparks from the blades that keep her safe, and every burrito comes with a side of justice.
Guacamole is extra, of course.
So a dung beetle and a Beatles fan walk into a teleporter...
After a battle with the Clockwork King, Electrilux was victorious but severely wounded. To save his life, he bonded with a Kheldian, and began a new life as a Peacebringer.
Thought lost on an expedition up the South Slope of Mt. Everest, Victor Cunningham was abandoned by the rest of his team when the weather moved in on the world's most dangerous mountain. Burrowing in a crevasse to try to protect himself, Victor came across a frozen artifact. When he touched it, it encased him in a protective shield of ice. Over time, the ice bonded with his body, and he gained the ability to control it. When he was released, he returned to Paragon City and became a hero.
Level 50 Villains
He's got a sharkskin suit, and a diamond earring
He's got jet black hair, just like his mother
He's got a jail tattoo, from his long-lost brother
He's got a shotgun fuse,don't you pull his trigger
Broke from jail without a gun, public enemy number one
Killed a man on the run,
On the lam, without bail, headed straight back to jail
Nowhere else for him to go, daddy-o, daddy-o
He's gonna make his mark at a Vegas hotel
He rolls snake-eyes down, he's gonna make his money
He's headin' west, on a killin' spree
Down in L.A., you know the killin's free
He got a hundred years,and the electric chair
His final words were, I don't care - I'd do it again!
(The way the legend goes,is he was executed shortly after midnight. Some witnesses say he seemed to be enjoying himself. One witness said he died with a smile on his face. He was one bad, bad man.)
Arachnos has trained a Night Widow to infiltrate Oroborous and learn their secrets. But where did this Night Widow come from? Arachnos sources are unclear on her origin. She seems to have simply... appeared out of time.
Once a respected particle physicist, Paul Stoffel helped develop the original particle shields to help reinforce the war wall technology. He even developed hand held shield projectors, which were to be a revolutionary way for heroes to protect civilians in the event of another Rikti invasion. Then, while listening to his iPod during a high energy experiment, his arm was caught in the beam, and the overloaded iPod arced to his brain. He went insane, and recruited a few of his less savory friends to help him claim the fame that was so rightfully his!
A promising student at the Cultural Direction and Eduction Center in Imperial City, Keith Sterling was horribly injured when a transformer in his lab exploded. His advisor working in the lab with him was killed instantly and shrapnel shredded Keith's right arm from the elbow to the shoulder. The new Clockwork arm which he had been working on was able to replace his damaged flesh, but the loss of his mentor haunts him. He learned from the legendary Praetor White that the Resistance had sabotaged his lab, causing the explosion. He enlisted in Powers Division to seek out the Resistance, determined to bring as many to justice as he could. They nearly killed him, but with his new Clockwork arm, they were no match for his power. He constructed armbands to store charge, which he can release at an enemy. He now works eliminate all those with power who are too weak to protect society, and Cole himself may now be on that list...
Eschatomorpher is the bringer of the end times. He summons the demons of hell and throws hellfire at those who oppose him.
When the Skulls expanded to the Rogue Isles, they sent one of their most powerful lieutenants to spearhead the effort. Unfortunately for them, he wanted a little more power than the Skulls could offer. By infiltrating himself into the group of Destined Ones, he was able to ascend through the ranks and grow in power far beyond what any of the Skulls could ever dream of.
A nuee ardente, also known as a pyroclastic flow, is one of the most dangerous natural phenomena known to man. He's also one of the most dangerous villains. Nuee Ardente can summon the power of a volcano to smite his enemies, and any pesky heroes that try to get in his way.
Don't bother looking. You won't see it coming. An elite Bane Spider Executioner, Termination Shock was a key assassin in the Arachnos organization before setting out on his own. He painted his armor the color of the night sky to be truly invisible, and he biggest shock he gives his targets is the fact that they're already dead by the time they know he's there.
Sun. Find sun. Water. Need water.
Grow... No sun! Roots... cold...
Different. I feel different. These thoughts! And I can see... and hear... and speak...
You! Creature! What are you!
Human? Scientist? Did you do this to me? To my roots, and my petals, and my buds?
Dr. Aeon under orders from Lord Recluse... They will pay for this transgression in good time. They will pay for this defacement of my being!
But you, my dear scientist... You will be the first to pay. Oh don't struggle. It'll be over soon. After all, you took away my roots and I must feed somehow. You will be remembered as the one who gave life to the new ruler of the plant kingdom. Posthumously, of course.
Now, to begin my search for these humans, Aeon and Recluse. They will pay for this as the scientist did. I will find the top, open myself to the sun...
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