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* [[Characters/MarvelAvengersAllianceHeroes Heroes]]
* [[Characters/MarvelAvengersAllianceVillains Villains]]

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!Heroes
The various recruitable heroes and heroic [=NPCs=].

!!{{ComicBook/SHIELD}} and MissionControl
The folks who run the show, either via providing exposition, mission briefings, and commentary, or via directly leading missions.

'''Characters:''' ComicBook/NickFury, [[ComicBook/{{SHIELD}} Maria Hill]], [[ComicBook/IronMan Tony Stark]], [[Series/AgentsOfSHIELD Agent Coulson]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Professor X]], the Agent

[[folder:S.H.I.E.L.D. and Mission Control]]
!!Director Nick Fury
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->''Main article: NickFury''
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* ArbitrarySkepticism: Despite the UrbanFantasy setting of the game, he veers into this at times, particularly in early chapters.
* BaldBlackLeaderGuy: Following his depiction in the Ultimate Marvel and Marvel Cinematic Universe
* CurseCutShort: Get used to hearing this guy say "Sonuva-"
* DeadpanSnarker: He has a dry, vaguely world-weary sense of humor.
* EyepatchOfPower: With an accompanying set of scars.
* MrExposition: A role he shares with Hill and Stark, but he usually gets to speak first.
* OlderThanTheyLook: Imbibed a serum that slowed his aging.
* SophisticatedAsHell: Congratulates the Agent on a job particularly well done by calling them "flat-out badass."
* TeamDad: Gruffer than most, but he cares about his men and women. [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg And Tony]].

!!Maria Hill
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->''Fury's second-in-command; a calm woman who doesn't let the pressure of the situation get to her.''
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* DefrostingIceQueen: Humorously subverted. At one point Gambit tries hitting on her after completing a mission, but she shuts him down pretty quickly.
* IronLady: This gal is all business.
* [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Woman]]: Sees herself as this, given that she's the only one protesting [[ComicBook/ThePunisher the Punisher]]'s presence on a team which contains several [[HeelFaceTurn former criminals]].
* PowerHair: Short and to the point, just like most of her dialogue.
* StraightMan: Always composed and serious, even in the face of Fury's irritation or Tony's wisecracking. This verges on TheComicallySerious at times.
** NotSoAboveItAll: Though even she can't resist getting in a snarky dig at Deadpool's expense.

!!Agent Coulson
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->''Phil Coulson; A S.H.I.E.L.D. agent investigating the anomalous intersection of different dimensions in the wake of the Pulse, otherwise known as Incursions.''
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* BadassInANiceSuit
* CaptainObvious: Coulson has a habit of summing up what everyone already knows is happening, which elicits a lot of snark from Tony.
* {{Foil}}: To Tony Stark. Where Tony is alternately flippant or [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan]] (though no less concerned) about the crisis of the moment, Coulson is completely in earnest and comes across as both excitable and inexperienced.
* InsufferableGenius: Quite possibly, with how he's referred to as the "self-proclaimed expert" on Incursions.
* MotiveDecay: Special Operation #14 featured Loki working alongside the heroes...and the Son of Coul did not say anything about the god that once killed him. He never [[Series/AgentsOfSHIELD mentioned Tahiti]], either. Ah, Tahiti...[[MadnessMantra it's a magical place]]. Of course, in this game, it's Incursions that are his magical places. Would you like to hear about Incursions from Agent Incursion?
* ServileSnarker: He's definitely the low-man in the totem pole, but it doesn't stop him from getting in a few zings on his superiors, especially Tony.
-->'''Tony Stark''': He's M.O.D.O.K., smartypants. He could be talking about anything. The only thing he's ever really talking about is himself.\\
'''Agent Coulson''': You are perfectly suited to recognize that, Mr. Stark.
* SingleIssueWonk: Would you like to know about Incursions? Because Coulson would like to tell you about them. Repeatedly. Again and again. Because they're the cause of everything. Even when they probably really aren't.
* UnexplainedRecovery: If a throwaway line from Deadpool is to be believed (admittedly a stretch), this is the same Phil Coulson who was last seen mortally wounded by Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Tony. He's mastered the fine art of both insulting Tony and defending him against other insults often in the same breath.

!!Professor X
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->''Charles Xavier; Overall leader and mentor of the X-Men; real name Professor Charles Xavier.''
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* AsYouKnow: Fury introduced him saying "Agent, I'm sure you have heard about Charles Xavier".
* BaldOfAwesome
* GeniusCripple
* LikeAnOldMarriedCouple: With Magneto.
* PsychicPowers

!!Tony Stark
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->''The third member of the main Mission Control team. Tony helps break up long stretches of exposition by dropping whimsical tidbits of information, and generally lightens the mood. He is also the only member of Mission Control who operates in the field, as Iron Man. (See Iron Man's entry in the Blasters section for tropes about his uses in combat.)''

->''Main article: Comicbook/IronMan''
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* AceCustom: Pretty obvious quite frankly, given the fact that he not only designed the Iron Man armor, but multiple version of said armor. Which also can apply to his numerous alternate costumes in-game as well.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: He's far more approachable than Fury or Hill, and he meets crisis situations with a seemingly-endless stock of one-liners. But he's also a technical and political genius who knows what he's doing and isn't afraid to get rough if he thinks it's the best thing to do.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Let's face it: Fury would have given him the boot years ago if he weren't so good at his job.
* DeadpanSnarker: In his own words, "snark is my department."
* FunPersonified: The most lighthearted member of Mission Control.
* ItsPersonal: Does this a number of times: when rioters start gathering outside Avengers Mansion, when Loki brags about how easy it was to disrupt the Vault, and when Stark Tower comes under repeated attack in Spec Op 9.
* {{Jerkass}}[=/=]JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Irreverent, talkative, and funny -- unless you're the one whose toes he's treading upon. For example, in the Avengers vs. X-Men storyline, he felt no remorse that one of mutantkind's last hopes in saving their race, the Phoenix Force, was gone because of Avenger interference. He expected to be ''thanked'' by the X-Men for saving the world from the Phoenix.
* LikeAnOldMarriedCouple: With Pepper Potts. Half of the dialogue in Special Ops 9 was devoted to the two of them arguing.
* NeverLiveItDown: in-universe, during the Bright-Eyed, Bushy Tailed covert quests, Nick Fury twice reminds Tony of the time when he was captured by Doom, and that Squirrel Girl was the one who bailed him out.
* PluckyComicRelief: He often makes humorous or sarcastic asides on what the more serious Fury and Hill are saying.
* ShooOutTheClowns: After [[spoiler:Nick Fury and Maria Hill were kidnapped]], he ran Mission Control by himself and was ''far'' more serious.
* SmugSuper: He's "handsome and rich and brilliant and funny", knows it, and loves to tell everyone else so they can know it, too.
* SophisticatedAsHell: Occasionally he reveals that he can keep pace quite well with the CulturedBadass characters.
-->'''Captain Britain''': [''after defeating Whiplash''] I have a special animus for Russians. I'll admit it. Legacy of the Crimea, perhaps.\\
'''Tony''': I have a special animus for Whiplash. Legacy of him wrecking my car.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With...everyone, pretty much, though it especially shows up with Fury, Coulson, War Machine, and Rescue. With Hank Pym it veers more into actual back-biting and WithFriendsLikeThese.
* WeWantOurJerkBack: In Spec Ops 13 [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness he gets uncharacteristically serious and pessimistic]], and Fury actually outright orders him to "get your billionaire-playboy swagger back".


!!The Agent
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->''The {{player character}}: a new S.H.I.E.L.D. agent who just happens to be on the Helicarrier when the Pulse hits. Though the Agent can be either gender at the player's choice, dialogue indicates that the Agent is assumed to be male.''
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* ActionGirl: If female.
* AndThisIsFor: Suggested by the weapon "Coulson's Revenge," even though Agent Coulson is alive and well.
* AirborneAircraftCarrier[=/=]CoolAirship: Commands a S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier.
* AssistCharacter: Can use a "Distress Call" to summon an ally's party member for a brief attack.
* {{Badass}}
** BadassNormal: Often the only person on the team without superpowers (as even the non-mutant human heroes tend to have {{Charles Atlas Superpower}}s), though gaining the use of Iso-8 may elevate him/her to EmpoweredBadassNormal.
** BadassBandolier: The second-most powerful uniforms have these, in keeping with comicbook stereotypes.
** BadassLongcoat: While the most powerful uniforms are leather trenchcoats, taking the stereotypes even further.
* BattleAura: Suggested by the Power Armor uniforms which glow the color that corresponds to the uniform's class.
* {{BFG}}: The Agent has access to several of these, the most notable of which being [[PhilCoulson Coulson's]] [[Film/TheAvengers Revenge]].
* {{BFS}}: These too.
* CombatMedic: The Agent can heal allies and restore stamina thru various gadgets or by using items during battle.
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: Can be invoked when the Agent counterattacks with "Brawl" and it finishes off the enemy. Now imagine that enemy being someone like Ultron or Dormammu.
* EnsignNewbie: Thrown directly from training into the front lines, thanks to the arrival of the Pulse, and becomes the point character for all the major battles thereafter.
* HelloInsertNameHere[=/=]EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Has whatever name you give him/her, but everyone else just uses "Agent".
* HeroicMime
* HyperspaceArsenal: Though the Agent can carry up to four items, only one is visible at a time.
* MoreDakka: Depending upon the weapons, the Agent can land up to 12 hits per turn.
* MultiMeleeMaster: Can bring up to four weapons or gadgets into combat and switch between them at will with no penalty.
* MusclesAreMeaningless: The female sprite is much less muscular than the male one, but both can hit equally hard.
* RookieRedRanger: He/she is a newbie S.H.I.E.L.D. agent immediately asked to take command of Earth's mightiest heroes against a growing threat to the world.
* StatusBuffDispel: He/she can remove enemy buffs through items like the Mystical Munition or the Nanoplague, or gear like Foley's Heart Tickler and the Scroll of Angolob.
* WalkingArmory: He/she has access to numerous weapons, be they guns, swords, or other deadly weaponry.
* WhatTheHellHero: If you [[spoiler:unlock Dr. Doom, several heroes will protest this decision.]] As a result, ''no'' hero will team up with you as long as [[spoiler: Dr. Doom is on your team.]]
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!!Tacticians
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[[JackOfAllStats Tacticians]] take an {{extra turn}} when attacking Blasters. Aptly portrayed by heroes known as [[TheLeader leaders]] and brilliant [[TheStrategist strategists]].

'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]], [[ComicBook/CaptainBritainAndMI13 Black]] [[ComicBook/TheAvengers Knight]], ComicBook/BlackPanther, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, [[Characters/MarvelUniverse Constrictor]], ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom, [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Emma Frost]], [[ComicBook/XForce Fantomex]], [[ComicBook/{{Ant-Man}} Hank Pym]], ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, ComicBook/{{Loki}}, SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}}, [[ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}} Moonstone]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]], ComicBook/RedHulk, [[ComicBook/IronMan Rescue]], ComicBook/WarMachine

[[folder:Tacticians]]
!!Black Bolt
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-->'''Black Bolt''': [[VisibleSilence ...]]
-->'''Emma Frost''': He wants to thank you for everything you've done for the Inhumans, Agent. You can count him as an ally, now and in the future.

->''Even amongst the race of super-powered Inhumans, Blackagar Boltagon's abilities are terrifyingly destructive. Blessed and cursed with a voice that can shatter whole planets, Black Bolt must keep forever mute, lest a single incautious whisper kill everyone around him. As the King of the Inhumans, it is his duty to protect the Inhuman city of Attilan and guide his people through an uncertain future.''
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* AlliterativeName
* ChargedAttack: His Power Word attack, which consumes all Ambient Particles buffs on him and all allies to unleash what is a potentially devastating attack. It should also be noted that every ally can hold up to 10 charges of Ambient Particles, so this move is by far one of the strongest attacks in the game thus far, rivaling Havok's buffed up Plasma Wave.
* CursedWithAwesome: As evidenced by his bio, his powers have the potential to destroy entire PLANETS without much exertion (this power in particular is utilized by his voice), unfortunately forcing him to stay mute for everyone's safety lest he devastates entire cities or mountain ranges by speaking a sentence or less.
** Good thing he doesn't talk in his sleep.
** Ironic since he specifically trained himself not to do so, completely doing away with instinctual talking or crying out
* DarkIsNotEvil: Despite being decked out in a pitch-black costume that does look intimidating and possessing tremendously destructive powers, Black Bolt is a staunch defender of the good guys and innocents.
* FlyingBrick
* MakeMeWannaShout: "Whisper" and "Power Word." Black Bolt's voice is so powerful that even his whispers have the capability to incapacitate opponents.
* NoKillLikeOverkill: "Power Word", the aforementioned ChargedAttack becomes this
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: He's the king of the Inhumans and has a range of superpowers including super strength, flight and a voice that can shatter planets and is very much active in protecting innocents.
* SilentSnarker: If the various telepaths' entertained and/or offended reactions to eavesdropping on his thoughts about the bad guys are any indication...
* StatusBuffDispel: His Whisper attack inflicts Buff Blocker on enemies, which removes and prevents most of their buffs.
* StevenUlyssesPerhero: If it's still not obvious, '''Black'''agar '''Bolt'''agon.
* VisibleSilence: The only hero so far whose dialogue consists entirely of this, unsurprisingly.
* TheVoiceless: For everyone else's sake. Everyone else speaks for him instead.


!!Black Knight
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-->"You have my sword, Agent. ...Come on, you knew I was going to say it."

->''Nathan Garrett, the previous villainous Black Knight, begged his nephew Dane to take up the name and restore its legacy. As one of the greatest swordsmen on earth, Dane Whitman has more then kept his promise. With the all-cleaving Ebony Blade and psyche-disrupting Sword of Light, the Black Knight is equipped to handle any challenge.''
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* AbsurdlySharpBlade: The Ebony Blade ignores defense and shields.
* AntiMagic: His Magic Warding passive makes him immune to Magic Effects (i.e. Soulfire or Hexed) and taking reduced damage from magic attacks.
* AssistCharacter: Black Knight can summon Valinor, his mystical winged steed from Avalon, to attack his foes.
* TheAtoner: Sheds the 'Blood Curse' by adopting a stance which protects the rest of the team, via a move aptly called 'Atonement'.
* BadassCape: Dark blue and cloaklike.
* BloodKnight: Literally becomes this when 'Blood Curse' is applied, due to the malevolent Ebony Blade.
* ChargedAttack: When defending against ranged attacks in his 'Chivalrous Duty' mode, he converts each intercepted attack into a Sword of Light charge-up, increasing the damage on the next use of Ebony Blade.
* DarkIsNotEvil: He might have dark armour and an evil black sword, but his noble heart makes him very much a hero.
* GeniusBruiser: He gets the "Eggheads" bonus, and is a physicist like Captain Britain, but he looks and fights like a KnightInShiningArmor.
* GoingNative: He's ''supposed'' to be American, but talks about serving the Queen, calls the US "the colonies", and calls Tony a "Yank", so it's either this or Adaptational Nationality.
* RedeemingReplacement: The heroic nephew of a former, villainous Black Knight.
* ScienceDestroysMagic: Implied by his Magic Warding passive that reduces damage from magic attacks and neutralizes all magical debuffs.
* ShieldBash: His "Shield of Night" attack.
* StanceSystem: Has the aggressive "Blood Curse" stance and the defensive "Chivalrous Duty". By using his L1 Ebony Blade attack, he gains the Blood Curse buff and becomes more offense-oriented, with a chance to perform follow-up or counter attacks on bleeding targets. With his L2 Atonement move, he gains the Chivalrous Duty buff instead and plays more defensively by protecting his allies and either getting charge-ups from ranged attacks or a chance to parry and retaliate against melee attacks. He can only have 1 of these buffs at any time, so gaining Blood Curse would cancel out Chivalrous Duty and vice versa.
* TakingTheBullet: See the description of "Chivalrous Duty" above.
* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Played with in Season 2; he does it back and forth with Selene for a bit but then says "all right, that's enough" and starts talking normally again. He also waxes a bit poetic around Tony, who then snarks at him for it.

!!Black Panther
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-->"Wakanda has no need of S.H.I.E.L.D., but S.H.I.E.L.D. has need of Wakanda. As long as our goals align, I will fight by your side."

->''Heir to the ruling dynasty of the ancient kingdom of Wakanda, T'Challa became king and Black Panther as a young man and has transformed Wakanda into a high-tech powerhouse. Wary of outside interests that seek to exploit Wakanda's enormous Vibranium deposits, he is a powerful ally but always keeps his home country's interests first and foremost. He is married to Storm but the demands of the X-Men and Wakanda often keep them apart.''\\
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''Main article: ComicBook/BlackPanther''
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* AbsurdlySharpClaws: Anti-Metal Claws ignore enemy's defense and shield.
* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: He wears a panther-like mask and his weapons are special Vibranium claws.
* BadassCape: Black and simple.
* CaptainPatriotic: Places the interests of Wakanda above all. He even says as much in his recruitment message.
-->'''Black Panther''': Wakanda has no need of S.H.I.E.L.D., but S.H.I.E.L.D. has need of Wakanda. As long as our goals align, I will fight by your side.
* CoolMask
* GeniusBruiser: Like Captain Britain he's a physicist and gets the "Dr." and "Eggheads" bonuses, but his battle style consists of making things bleed with his claws and buffing himself up.
* HappilyMarried: To Storm.
* KryptoniteFactor: his Vibranium attacks are the weakness of the Ultron clones in the Heroic Battle of 2.3.5.
* LegacyCharacter: He inherited the Black Panther title from his father whom also inherited it from a relative going back hundreds of years ago.
* PantheraAwesome
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: Not only is he the king of Wakanda but he is also an active superhero.
* StatusBuffDispel: By throwing his Vibranium Daggers at an opponent.

!!Captain America
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-->"Glad to be on board, Agent."

->''Product of a World War II super soldier experiment, Steve Rogers was recovered from a block of ice years after a mission over Europe went disastrously wrong. Thrown into a future that he's still not used to, he brings an old-fashioned resolve to the Avengers' mission.''\\
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''Main article: Comicbook/CaptainAmerica''
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* CaptainGeographic
* CaptainPatriotic: Fights to uphold the values of America (but ''not'' necessarily its government).
* TheGoodCaptain[=/=]CaptainSuperhero
* LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe: He has a Defensive Stance passive, which has a chance to reduce damage taken by way of his Mighty Shield.
* MilitarySuperhero
* NotSoAboveItAll: Despite being a perfectly professional soldier under all circumstances, even he can't resist a snarky suggestion to stick Grey Gargoyle "on a cathedral somewhere" after defeating him yet again.
* OlderThanTheyLook: Was only recently defrosted from an involuntary cryostasis.
* ShieldBash: His Level 1 attack is literally called this, too.
* SuperSerum: The famous basis of his powers.
* TakingTheBullet: Cap's "Shield Guard" ability, which allows him to intercept enemy attacks, then hitting the attacking foe with a counter move.
* ThrowingYourShieldAlwaysWorks: "Shield Throw" sends the shield out in a wide circle to hit all enemies and then return to his hand.

!!Constrictor
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-->"Alright, Agent, let's get this show on the road. ...Oh, and tell Hercules to stop giving me the stink-eye, will ya?"

->''Frank Payne began his career as an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., but the lure of money and power drove him to crime. He donned a cybernetic suit equipped with prehensile, electrified metal coils and took on the moniker of Constrictor. After winning an excessive force lawsuit against Hercules, he had all the money he could want, and decided he wanted to return to the life of a hero...or at least a soldier with a few scruples.''
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* AnimalThemeNaming: The boa constrictor.
* AntiVillain: He may be willing to fight for the bad guys if paid handsomely, but Frank still respects the sanctity of human life, even stopping to save a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent in the Vault breakout. It turns out that he ultimately does want to do the right thing, although his heroism is tempered by his past experiences.
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: mentions in his Lockbox story that the Helicarrier smelling like motor oil is one of the reasons he left SHIELD.
* AssistCharacter: Constrictor's level 9 attack is a Distress Call that summons Magneto, who uses Graviton Well. Although it is only usable once per battle, it's a Quick Action move which costs no Stamina. Its eventually upgraded so that he can randomly summon any other Lockbox hero.
* TheAtoner: Wants to go back to being a hero, after realizing that he needed more than money to feel satisfied with himself.
* ClothesMakeTheSuperman: His high-tech battlesuit with a pair of electrified CombatTentacles.
* ConscienceMakesYouGoBack: In the Marvel XP files is a story about how he reluctantly saved a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent from the Wendigo even when he could have [[WhatYouAreInTheDark left the man to die with no witnesses]]. (This ultimately costs him his chance to escape from the Vault).
* EvilCounterpart: When he's a boss, he's this to the Agent -- he can use items and call other villains in for support. Even as a hero, he's more or less what the Agent might become if s/he gets disappointed.
* HeelFaceTurn
* ItemCaddy: His ''Quartermaster'' passive allows him to use a random consumable up to once per turn.
* KnightInSourArmor
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: The primary driving forces for Frank's turn to villainy were the disillusionment and poverty he experienced as a S.H.I.E.L.D. RedShirt. He decides to reform after earning a huge injury settlement against Hercules and no longer having to worry about his income.
* ShockAndAwe: His vibranium coils are electrified and can stun opponents.
* VillainProtagonist: His [[AllThereInTheManual side-story in Marvel XP]] centers around him dealing with a breakout in the Vault and fighting various escaped monsters.
* WelcomeBackTraitor
* WhipItGood

!!Cyclops
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-->"The X-Men are with you, Agent. Iso-8 in the wrong hands is a menace to everyone."

->''Professor X's first student, Scott Summers is one of the X-Men's leaders. Able to discharge devastating energy bolts from his eyes via a breach between universes, Cyclops is one of the most powerful mutants to graduate the School of Gifted Youngsters.''\\
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''Main article: Comicbook/{{Cyclops}}''
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* AlliterativeName: Scott Summers
* ArmorPiercingAttack: his Empowered ISO-8 exclusive allows his Optic Blasts (both the lvl 1 and lvl 9 variants) to ignore defense.
* BackFromTheDead: His Uncanny outfit's ''Don't Die on Me!'' passive grants a 25% chance to a K.O.'ed ally to revive with 1% health.
* EyeBeams: His trademark optic blasts.
* AFatherToHisMen: Scott's skillset and passives focus on motivating and bolstering his team with buffs, extra turns, counterattacks, or even revivals. His Blue Team (Uncanny) outfit epitomizes this trope.
* HeroicWillpower: He motivates his teammates when they are attacked, increasing all their stats.
* HitAndRunTactics: The essence of Cyke's updated moveset, which is fitting considering his expertise in guerrilla tactics; his powers involve having allies take multiple hits against enemies, be it counterattacking with the 'Combat Expertise' buff or follow-up attacks by applying the 'Flanked' debuff.
* HowDareYouDieOnMe: The essence of Uncanny Cyclops' passive, as mentioned above.
* PowerIncontinence: Cyclops cannot control his optic blasts and must wear his visor at almost all times.
* PowerNullifier: His "Exploit Weakness" attack creates a negative counter-effect according to the class of whoever he's targeting.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Scott's glowing eyes become briefly visible when using ''Mega Optic Blast''.
* [[TheGlassesComeOff The Visor Comes Off]]: His ultimate move ''Mega Optic Blast''.

!!Doctor Doom
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-->'''Mr. Fantastic''': I object to this. In the strongest possible terms.
-->'''Doctor Doom''': As always, Richards, your objections are irrelevant.

->''Born a gypsy in the Balkan kingdom of Latveria, the man who would become Dr. Doom was a college friend of Reed Richards' until the rivalry between the two brilliant students caused a disfiguring accident to Doom's face. Already a powerful sorcerer, Doom became a technological wizard as well, taking over Latveria (where his army of Doombots awaits deployment) and becoming one of the most powerful threats to S.H.I.E.L.D. and the civilized world.''
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* ActuallyADoombot: In the [[BonusBoss Epic Boss battle]] of Chapter 3 Mission 5
* AGodAmI: As to be expected, '''''Doom is SUPREME OVER ALL!'''''
* ArchEnemy: '''''RICHAAAAAAAAARDS!!'''''
* AssistCharacter: His Summon Servo-Guard move extends to multiple actions to summon different Servo-Guards that have different effects.
* BadassCape
* BadassNormal: Even though he has vast knowledge in science and sorcery, he is still a mortal.
* BigBad: [[spoiler:essentially the main villain amongst the entire BigBadEnsemble of Season 1, and fittingly the TrueFinalBoss.]]
* ChargedAttack: His Doom Canon, which hits all enemies and cannot be blocked, takes 12 rounds before it can used. The countdown is reduced by using tech actions and the damage is increased when he uses Magic actions.
* TheChessmaster
* DeathOrGloryAttack: Doom Cannon takes quite some time to be available for use. And if it does, prepare to unleash doom to the enemy party.
* TheDreaded: As long as Doom is in the battle, his Imperial Ring passive can induce any enemy attack to fail 20% of the time via the Cower debuff.
* DoomyDoomsOfDoom
* EmperorScientist: Of Latveria.
* EveryoneHasStandards: Everybody refuses to work with Doom when he decides to assist S.H.I.E.L.D., even people like [[BloodKnight Sabretooth]] and [[WellIntentionedExtremist Magneto]].
* EvilOverlord
* EvilVersusOblivion: He agrees to work with S.H.I.E.L.D. because of the incursions and the threat they pose to all of reality.
* GeniusBruiser
* GodzillaThreshold: Incursions are more or less the only thing that could force S.H.I.E.L.D. to work with him (and vice versa).
* HandBlast: The electric bolts from his hands are due to his suit of armor; his magical blasts are due to his talent in sorcery.
* HannibalLecture: Much like Loki, Doom will reprimand you for opposing him before; he then rubs in your face that you are the one joining his own personal battle against Incursions.
* InsufferableGenius
* InTheHood
* KillSat: His ultimate ability, Doom Cannon.
* LargeHam: With extra pork.
* LastNameBasis: With Reed Richards
* LifeDrain: Trifurcator reduces an enemy's health and [[ManaDrain stamina]] by a fraction and restores stamina to all party members; Steal Essence damages the enemy and reduces their stats while restoring health to all party members and giving a stack of Full Doom to Doom, increasing his stats.
* {{Magitek}}: Doom combines magic and technology ''really well''.
* MoralityPet: To keep Doom at bay, S.H.I.E.L.D. christens the Agent his human RestrainingBolt.
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: A metal-armored-human-sorcerer-with-gadgets-and-robots. In Tony's words, "crazy cyber warlock".
* PercentDamageAttack: Trifurcator, which is Doom's version of Bifurcator, reduces the enemy's health and stamina by a set percentage.
* PowerArmor
* RagsToRoyalty: Villainous version. From a Latverian gypsy came to rise a dreaded emperor and dictator.
* TheRival: Quite a few but Reed Richards is most prominent.
* StanceSystem: His Technological Superiority, Dark Arts and Summon Servo-Guard abilities extends to multiple actions.
* StevenUlyssesPerhero: His surname actually ''is'' Doom -- as far as we can tell.
* SorcerousOverlord: On top of mastering science, he extended his knowledge and talents to sorcery.
* ThirdPersonPerson
* TinTyrant
* TrueFinalBoss: of Season 1; you'll need Mr. Fantastic to unlock his mission.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: As his playable hero profile states, Doom's ways are evil, but his inflated ego tells him that only his iron rule can create a total utopia.
* WorthyOpponent: He considers the incursions of being this for him but specifically denies Reed Richards of ever being this, despite the numerous times Reed has defeated him.
* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: As mentioned above, ''no one'' will fight alongside the Agent if Doom is along, hero or villain alike.

!!Emma Frost
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-->"I know what you are thinking, Agent...Remember that, and we can work together."

->''Born wealthy and privileged, Emma Frost didn't need her mutant powers to succeed in the world, but she still took advantage of them. Her telepathic powers won her an invitation to the notorious HellFire Club, where she rose in rank to become the White Queen. There she started a school for mutants and clashed with the X-Men with her contentious curriculum. After a tragedy killed most of her students, Emma decided that teaching for the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters and joining the X-Men was a better use of her gifts.''
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* ActionGirl
* BadassCape: White and flowing; Emma clearly also has the RequiredSecondaryPowers of keeping it spotless throughout battle.
* BareYourMidriff: Her default Modern costume.
* BlondesAreEvil: Played with, given her HeelFaceTurn in comics after being a long-time X-Men villain. She is not the nicest or most upfront of individuals, and Fury actively distrusts her until the end of Spec Ops 2.
* CombatStilettos
* CulturedBadass
* IceQueen: [[DefrostingIceQueen In fact, impressing her was the entire point of the Spec Ops she was recruited in.]]
* ImpossiblyLowNeckline: Also in her Modern costume.
* ImmuneToBullets: Her diamond form allows her to anticipate what could be a lethal blow and take minuscule damage instead.
* LadyOfWar: She looks gorgeous, even when she's kicking enemies in the face.
* LovableAlphaBitch: Is snarky and condescending, and has questionable motives, but more than willing to help S.H.I.E.L.D. out. Psylocke even tells Fury to stop suspecting Emma's intentions when she assists in the tracking of some Unstable [=ISO-8=].
* MindRape: Her "Psychic Tap" attack, which inflicts Mental Anguish onto a target.
* PowerUp: "Unlock Potential" wipes off almost all nasty debuffs and raising stats for one round. Her Phoenix Five "Cosmic Power" has this as a chance passive, making it very invaluable in combat.
* PsychicPowers: Of course.
* RecurringCharacter: She is a semi-regular extra member of MissionControl, whenever telepathic powers and/or the Hellfire Club is involved.
* StoneWall: with her Diamond Body passive, she can take less damage from an incoming attack; however, this would leave her vulnerable to the next attack until her turn comes up, or follow up attacks.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Her Phoenix Five outfit.

!!Fantomex
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-->"A pleasure to make your acquaintance, Agent. I'd like you to know I will always be fully truthful with you. That last sentence being the exception."

->''Very little is known about the cunning thief called Fantomex, mainly due to his penchant for telling lies and creating telepathic illusions. Created by the same weapons program that produced Wolverine, Fantomex was artificially evolved in a virtual reality domain called 'The World.' This experience left him with super-human reflexes, marksmanship, and discipline. Combined with his sentient techno-organic ship E.V.A., Fantomex is a dangerous enemy...and possibly an even more dangerous ally.''
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* AssistCharacter: Fantomex's external nervous system, E.V.A., appears in 2 of his attacks: "Allons-y" (where he rides it and shoots at enemies) and "OVNI-E.V.A." (where it grows to a huge size and mangles opponents with tentacles). After the 1st use of "Allons-y", E.V.A. appears by his side for the rest of the match, and has a chance to do follow-up or counter attacks.
* BadassLongcoat: His awesome white duster.
* ConfusionFu: Has the ability to cause enemies to attack each other, as well as an evasive passive.
* ConsummateLiar: As stated in his bio.
* {{Fauxreigner}}: Pretends to be French even though he is technically British. Hill and Fury calls him out on this.
* GratuitousFrench: All his attacks have French names that are coincidentally [[ShoutOut Shout Outs]].
* GunsAkimbo
* MasterOfIllusion: The gist of his mutant powers, along with his complete dishonesty.
* SelfProclaimedLiar

!!Hank Pym
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-->"I know I'm not the easiest man to work with, Agent. But I also know I have a lot to contribute to your cause. If you want me on board, I'm yours"

->''Dr. Henry "Hank" Pym is quite possibly the smartest man in the world, though his battles with mental illness have kept him in the shadow of Tony Stark and Reed Richards. His discovery of the Pym Particle, which causes matter to grow or shrink tremendously, is chief among his many scientific achievements. Through many identities, including Ant-Man, Giant-Man, and Goliath, Pym has always used his genius to fight injustice, no matter the size.''\\
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''Main article: Comicbook/{{Ant-Man}}''
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* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: His costume subtly invokes the ant, and two of his moves exploit his ability to shrink to miniscule size.
* AssistCharacter: Hank Pym's Army of Ants attack summons a huge swarm of flying insects, one of which he rides on.
* AwesomeByAnalysis: His 'Smartest Man in the Room' passive grants him additional attack advantages as each round passes, as he analyses the combat situation.
* BadassBookworm: He has a specific 'Smartest Man in the Room' passive which can be shared with fellow genius Iron Man, albeit with him rebutting his Analysis. Much like Mr. Fantastic, he also relies more on changing his body than on being inherently built.
* {{Determinator}}: He was going to build Ultron, no matter what stood in his way.
* FlechetteStorm: If ants count as small projectiles, his "Army of Ants" attack certainly qualifies.
* GeniusBruiser
* GiantFootOfStomping: "Bug Squashing," which looks about how you'd expect.
* HeroWithAnFInGood
* InsufferableGenius: Very intelligent and not afraid to let you know it.
* {{Jerkass}}: He's brilliant, but he's not very nice. Even [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Stark]] gets a bit annoyed with him. (Although to Hank's credit, he acknowledges that he is difficult to work with during his recruitment dialogue.)
* SizeShifter: With the help of Pym particles, which his body can naturally generate, he can either grow or shrink.
* SpeaksFluentAnimal: Can summon ants to his aid, through his headpiece.

!!Hawkeye
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-->"Thanks for the invite. Looks like a fun party."

->''Orphaned at a young age, Clint Barton became a circus performer specializing in feats of marksmanship. After seeing Iron Man in action, he reinvented himself as a costumed vigilante and became a criminal before approaching Tony Stark, who sponsored him as a member of the Avengers. He possesses near-perfect accuracy with a wide variety of ranged and hand-to-hand weapons, and has designed a number of custom arrows for different battlefield situations.''\\
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''Main article: {{Hawkeye}}''
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* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: A subtle hawk theme, mostly emphasizing his pinpoint accuracy.
* AnnoyingArrows: A single arrow doesn't hurt much, unless he decides to go rapid fire on any targeted opponent.
* ArrowsOnFire: The Incendiary Arrow, one of the many trick arrows that Heroic Age Hawkeye can shoot.
* BadassNormal: His only true powers are his keen eye and ingenuity with arrows.
* BeamSpam: An offshoot of this trope. His Rapid Fire passive allows him to fire a LOT of arrows if proc'd enough.
* BottomlessMagazines: His quiver never runs out of arrows.
* CoupDeGrace: Heroic Age Hawkeye can kill off near-death enemies (for good) with his randomly-drawn Adamantium arrows, bypassing "resurrection" effects in the same manner as X-23's "Assassin's Strike."
* ConfusionFu: Heroic Age Hawkeye, who pulls random Trick Arrows to apply various debuffs to a foe. If the player's lucky, a foe afflicted with Pinpoint Target would be barraged with several Trick Arrows, applying a large slew of debuffs in a single round.
* DeadpanSnarker: Unless you threaten his love interest...
* [[DeathOfAThousandCuts Death with a Thousand Shots]]: Especially in his Heroic Age outfit. Even if a target manages to survive the first rain of arrows, he/she will probably go down on the next turn under the resulting stacks of debuffs.
* ImprobableAimingSkills: Being a master marksman, his attacks ''almost'' never miss and have a high crit chance.
* ItsPersonal: Clint takes Mockingbird's disappearance very, very seriously, swearing to rescue her personally and successfully doing so [[BeatTheCurseOutOfHim after defeating her while she is brainwashed]].
* {{Multishot}}: His Arrow Volley attack has him shooting three arrows at once.
* RainOfArrows: His "Arrow Volley" skill allows him to launch three arrows at once, each hitting one target. The "Rapid Fire" passive allows him to do a sequential rain of arrows on a targeted opponent.
* TrickArrow: His "Loaded Quiver" passive has 12 different arrows Clint can pull out randomly per shot, inflicting up to 2 debuffs per arrow type.

!!Loki
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-->"Whether wrought by my hand or yours, chaos is my coin, Agent. And I foresee great profit from our alliance."

->''This misfit of Asgard, forever carrying a grudge over the death of his father and the Aesir's love for Thor and Balder, inadvertently inspired the creation of the Avengers during one of his plots to destroy his step-brother Thor. A trickster and would-be usurper, Loki schemes constantly, and has allied with Dr. Doom in his recent plots against the Avengers and his hated brother.''
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* AffablyEvil
* BackStab: His Lie-Smith passive gains chance to avoid attacks and then counter by stabbing the enemy in the back with his scepter. Just like what he did to Coulson.
* BadassLongcoat
* {{Bishonen}}: Given that his LB hero sprite is based off the Avengers movie Loki, you knew this was going to be in effect
* BrainsEvilBrawnGood: in comparison to Thor
* CainAndAbel: The Cain to Thor's Abel.
* ChekhovsGag/[[ChekhovsGun Gun]]: Loki's Sceptre is featured as a prize for the daily roulette a couple of weeks before [=SpecOps=] 14 began, and roughly around the same time that Loki was announced as the next Lockbox prize.
* ConfusionFu
* DeadpanSnarker
* ForTheEvulz: The reason why he joined the Syndicate is simply because he likes to watch mayhem and chaos among the humans.
* GodOfEvil
* HannibalLecture: His Comic Book Collection story is basically a big one.
* InferioritySuperiorityComplex
* MasterOfIllusion: Used to great effect in some of his boss battles, notably in the Valkyrie Spec Ops, where illusionary versions of him would pop up in regular minion fights and shatter upon hitting them a couple of times.
* {{Narcissist}}: So much so that he would rather have you to believe that you're joining ''him'' rather the other way around.
* RedEyesTakeWarning
* SquishyWizard
* TokenEvilTeammate
* TheTrickster
* TheUnfavorite
* VoluntaryShapeshifting
* WeakButSkilled: His attack and defense stats are quite weak but he some-what makes up for it with his abilities of evading attack, making enemies attack each other and reversing buffs/healing effects.

!!Magneto
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-->"Let us be clear, Agent. I will work with you so long as our goals coincide. After that...we shall see."

->''Growing up in Nazi Germany, Max Eisenhardt could do nothing as his family was rounded up and murdered. After discovering his mutant ability to control and generate magnetic fields, he fiercely dedicated himself to saving mutantkind from the same fate, no matter the methods or the cost. This purpose has guided Magneto throughout his life, whether as a villain, revolutionary, terrorist, or savior.''\\
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''Main article: SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}}''
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* BadassCape: Dark purple, on his shoulder plate.
* BadassGrandpa: He's about the same age as Professor X and he looks quite ripped.
* BarrierWarrior: Utilises his famous force field powers in-game, both as a hero and a villain. He can cast shields over the entire team, generating an extra turn when a shield is broken.
* CoolHelmet
* ElementalBarrier: His force fields comprise of electromagnetic energy.
* ButNotTooEvil: Magneto is the first to undergo this treatment, being an obvious candidate after the Red Skull joined the Syndicate at the end of Chapter 10. [[spoiler:It turns out that the "Magneto" who was creating mutant test subjects was actually Mystique.]]
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Both the Red Skull and [[spoiler:Mystique's plan to forcibly mutate all of Manhattan]] were too much for him.
* FlyingFirepower: Flies and blasts his foes with ranged magnetic attacks.
* GeniusBruiser
* HeelFaceTurn: The aforementioned events (as well as the player collecting the 8 lockboxes necessary) lead to him joining up with SHIELD.
* KnightTemplar: He reveals that he joined the Syndicate to protect his fellow mutants in the wake of the Pulse. Still, it's hard to ignore the fact that he injected innocent human test subjects with Iso-8-tainted Mutant Growth Hormone and drove many of them insane. Then we find out [[spoiler:it was Mystique in Magneto's guise who was responsible for those experiments]].
* PsychicBlockDefense: His signature helmet blocks out psychic attacks completely.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Even though his reputation was suffering, he held off on turning against [[spoiler:Mystique]] until he had proof of her activities.
* YouWillNotEvadeMe: after the Epic Boss battle of 2.2.6, Magneto traps Sugar Man in a graviton well so that he won't escape, whether or not Sugar Man actually did use [[VillainExitStageLeft Shrinkage]] in the battle.

!!Moonstone
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--> "I know the rest of the team thinks I'll betray you. I don't care. You stand by me, and I'll stand by you."

->''Dr. Karla Sofen originally became a psychologist not to help others, but to manipulate them. When the original [[LegacyCharacter Moonstone]] became her patient, Karla convinced him to give up the Kree Lifestone he had stolen. Karla then absorbed the stone herself, gaining the powers of flight, intangibility, gravity manipulation, and more. Her recent signs of reform may be genuine...or may simply be another psychological power play.''
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* ActionGirl
* ArchEnemy[=/=]EvilCounterpart: To Ms. Marvel.
* BlondesAreEvil
* ChargedAttack: Her Big Bang attack requires one turn before using and on the next round must be first action she uses or she must recharge.
* DeathOrGloryAttack: Big Bang requires one round to charge up(she cannot protect or counter in this state) and another round to actually. These actions must be the first and only action she does in both rounds. Better hope she doesn't get K.O.'d before then.
* FlyingBrick
* GravityMaster: Her LV 6 move Gravity Syndrome applies Heavy debuff to all enemies, making flying characters no longer immune to ground attacks and while applying Gravity Well to all allies, increasing damage of melee attacks.
* HannibalLecture: She loves handing out these.
* {{Intangibility}}: Her LV 2 move Blinding Attraction gives her Phased for two rounds.
* LightEmUp. To an extent
* LightIsNotGood
* [[ManipulativeBastard Manipulative Bitch]]
* PsychoPsychologist As stated in her bio she's a psychologist who only manipulates others. Before battle she tends to talk her enemies as if their her clients. During her Comic Book Collection story, she treated her interview as session with the Agent.
* StatusBuffDispel
* TokenEvilTeammate
* WarriorTherapist: Her passive Psychological Manipulation, has chance to apply Cower, Distracted, Disoriented, Intimidated, or Shell Shocked when any enemy attacks.

!!Mr. Fantastic
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-->"Whatever our enemies think they're doing with Iso-8, we'll do them one better."

->''Reed Richards had the brains, the money, and the drive to build a spaceship in his spare time. He could never have predicted that a burst of cosmic rays would hit and grant him the power to stretch his body into any shape. Still a brilliant scientist, Reed is also the leader of the Fantastic Four.''
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* AlliterativeName
* AwesomeByAnalysis: His "Critical Thinking" passive grants him a chance to place "Weak Point" debuffs on his opponents by pinpointing their weaknesses, guaranteeing a hit and crit on an ally's next attack.
* BadassBookworm: He's the scrawniest-looking member of the lot of heroes, but thanks to his bending abilities he can shape himself into making a bigger impact, especially his "Tumble" move which turns him into a human wheel.
* GadgeteerGenius
* InsufferableGenius: Dedicated obsessively to science throughout the game, to the extent of having NoSocialSkills at times. Even his wife comments that she sometimes has to translate his tech speak into LaymansTerms.
-->'''Tony Stark''': Pym isn't the most lovable guy, is he? But compared to Reed, he's the life of the party.
* LifeDrain: "Bifurcator" will cut an enemy's health by about 50% (30% for bosses) and give the rest of the party a Stamina boost.
* PercentDamageAttack: "Bifurcator" inflicts a debuff which reduces an enemy's health by a percentage based off their current amount, and thus cannot be used as a FinishingMove.
* RollingAttack: "Tumble".
* RubberMan: His combat style takes advantage of his ability to stretch and flex his body in any direction. This can also help him evade attacks and take less damage.
* ScienceHero: The only hero in-game who ''uses a homemade gadget as an attack'', "Bifurcator".
* SuperIntelligence: Depicted in-game as the go-to authority for all things scientific, with Iron Man, Beast and Hank Pym playing second fiddle.

!!Red Hulk
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-->"I hope you're ready to do what's necessary to win this fight, soldier. But if you're not...I am."

-->''General "Thunderbolt" Ross's obsession with destroying the Hulk led him to undergo gamma ray treatments himself, transforming him into the fearsome Red Hulk. With all of the Hulk's strength, plus energy-absorption and heat generation, he went mad with power and attempted to rule the country. After realizing he has become what he hated most, he now seeks redemption as an Avenger.''\\
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''Main article: ComicBook/RedHulk''
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* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: An outlandish red skin hue, combined with black nails.
* TheAtoner: Though he generally doesn't seem like one in game so far
* ChargedAttack: His "Heat Generation" passive, which he gains Heat each round and whenever Red Hulk is attacked.
* ColonelBadass
* GeneralRipper: His obsession to destroy the Hulk had led him to "hulkify" himself. [[HeWhoFightsMonsters Once he realized what he'd become]], he sought atonement by becoming an Avenger.
* GeniusBruiser: The Red Hulk has all of a Hulk's might, combined with General Ross's cunning military tactics.
* {{Jerkass}}: As stated in a deploy, He isn't nicest guy in the world. One prominent example of this is shown in his dialogue between him and Hulk before their fight in Spec Ops "Game On":
--->'''Hulk''': Bring it Ross.\\
'''Red Hulk''': Want me to say goodbye to Betty for you, freak? Not that she'll miss you.
* LifeDrain[=/=]ManaDrain: When protecting allies with 'Bulwark', his Absorb Energy buff drains both health and stamina from opponents.
* ManOnFire: The "He's on Fire" passive that activates when Red Hulk is at 70% Heat, adding the PlayingWithFire atttribute to his attacks.
* MilitarySuperHero
* MyBloodRunsHot
* SlasherSmile
* TakingTheBullet: Can protect allies using his 'Bulwark' attack.

!!Rescue
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-->"Agent, I think you already know what I will and won't do for S.H.I.E.L.D. So long as you understand that, we can work together."

->''Though she is nominally Tony Stark's executive assistant, Virginia "Pepper" Potts effectively runs Stark Industries. After nearly dying in an explosion, she was infused with cybernetic implants that allowed her to interface with her own variant of the Iron Man armor. Refusing to become a living weapon, Pepper's armor focuses solely on defensive systems, giving her incredible search-and-rescue abilities.''
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* ActionGirl
* BadassInDistress: When Stark Tower is under attack by A.I.M. in Spec Op 9, Pepper is the only individual in the vicinity with the Agent. She then suits up in her Rescue armor for the first time despite her reservations, and is successful in defending the building from multiple waves of attacks with only the Agent's help [[BarrierWarrior (and despite the fact that her armor is primarily non-offensive)]]. Later, it turns out that she had been secretly practising control of the powered armors with Rhodey's help, using Tony's old suits.
* BarrierWarrior: Can create "Reconstruction Matrix" shields that remove debuffs, heal and mitigate damage. Additionally, when protecting allies, she can preemptively generate additional repellent shields. She even attacks by battering an opponent with her shield, and deals extra damage when she has active shields.
* BeehiveBarrier
* BerserkButton: Don't dismiss her as being just 'Tony Stark's secretary'. Crimson Dynamo and Whiplash found this out the hard way.
* CombatMedic: Arguably the most outright example in-game, as her moveset is primarily supportive. She can remove a debuff from her allies every round through her "Panacea Response" passive, as well as clear most of them and heal with "Reconstruction Matrix".
* {{Cyborg}}
* PoweredArmor
* StatusBuffDispel: Her "Status Reset" ability, which can also negate any debuffs inflicted on her.
* TakingTheBullet: Can protect her allies against attacks with "Protector Protocol".
* TechnicalPacifist: Her lone attack is a quick flyby skirmish which hits an opponent with the shield around her armor (probably included only for gameplay reasons). She makes it clear that she thinks of herself as combat support and defense.
* WhiteMage

!!War Machine
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-->"Seems like the armed forces of the USA ought to have a role in all this. War Machine stands ready, willing, and able."

->''James Rhodes has been a test pilot, S.H.I.E.L.D. officer, and confidante to Tony Stark since piloting Stark out of the Southeast Asian jungle years ago. After briefly substituting for Tony in the role of Iron Man, Rhodes became his own armored superhero, War Machine. He tries to act as liaison between the difficult Stark and the equally prickly top brass of the US military.''\\
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''Main article: Comicbook/WarMachine''
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* AwesomeByAnalysis: With his "Strategic Analysis" passive, Rhodey has a chance to the Targeted debuff on attacking opponents, guaranteeing hits and crits against them.
* BarrierWarrior: His Iron Patriot outfit, besides granting upgraded abilities, give Rhodey's armor a chance to generate a preemptive shield with the "Reactive Shield Charger" passive.
* BlackBestFriend: To Iron Man.
* ChargedAttack: A variant; Rhodey builds up Charged Capacitor stacks each round, with each stack allowing him to fire "Repulsor Ray" or "Minigun Barrage" consecutively until depleted.
* DeathOrGloryAttack: "Overcharge" grants Rhodey hugely increased damage on his next turn, but subsequently drains all his stamina and makes him unable to gain Charged Capacitor stacks, temporarily preventing subsequent use of "Minigun Barrage" or "Repulsor Ray".
* DeadpanSnarker: It's a WorldOfSnark, but he seems to take special delight in pulling Tony's strings.
-->'''War Machine''': Prime-class Sentinels, rendered nonfunctional as ordered. Mr. Stark. Sir.\\
'''Tony Stark''': If I didn't know you to be a man lacking a sense of humor, Rhodey, I'd think you were making fun of me.
* FlyingFirepower
* GrandTheftPrototype: [[spoiler:a hijacked Iron Patriot serves as the requisite Epic Boss of [=SpecOps=] 9.]]
* GunshipRescue: Original Armor War Machine will call in an airstrike after three turns.
* HoverTank: The best way to describe the essence of War Machine in-game. On a great turn (fighting against a Blaster character, have all 3 Charged Capacitors and Overwatch available) War Machine can deal ludicrous amounts of damage either to the entire opposition or single opponents. His Iron Patriot costume only increases the damage with his Radiation debuff. And people complain about Rescue....
* MilitarySuperhero: Is highly obedient to the chain of command, military-style.
* MoreDakka: His "Minigun Barrage", which can even fire up to 3 times depending on how many Charged Capacitors stacks he has at the moment. His Iron Patriot alternate replaces this with the "21-Gun Salute", with an additional hit and the Radiation Exposure debuff.
** If Iron Patriot holds off using any ammo-dependent attack until the 2nd round of a fight, he can theoretically fire 126 hits at his opponents in 2 turns with just "Minigun Barrage" alone (with the use of "Full Overcharge" on the 2nd turn).
* LaserBlade: The "Blade Punch" attack. This is replaced by the "Plasma Blade" when suited up as the Iron Patriot, which has the ability to ignore resurrection effects.
* PoweredArmor: Like Tony Stark, he is an ordinary man operating a robotic combat suit.
* ShoulderCannon: That {{BFG}} mounted on his left.
* WearingAFlagOnYourHead: His Iron Patriot alternate suit, released as a tie-in for ''Film/IronMan3''.
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!!Blasters
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[[GlassCannon Blasters]] are a CriticalHitClass that perform attacks that are {{critical hit}}s and [[ArmorPiercingAttack ignore defense]] against Bruisers. Consists of heroes that excel on ranged warfare.

'''Characters:''' ComicBook/{{Cable}}, [[ComicBook/TheDefenders Daimon Hellstrom]], ComicBook/DoctorStrange, [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Doctor Voodoo]], [[ComicBook/XForce Domino]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Havok]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Human Torch]], ComicBook/IronMan, ComicBook/MsMarvel, [[ComicBook/{{Runaways}} Nico Minoru]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Phoenix]], ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Storm}}, [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Sunfire]], [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} Thane]], TheVision.

[[folder:Blasters]]
!!Cable
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-->"So you want my help with this Iso-8 business? Hell, it's about time."

->''Cyclops sent his only son into the future in an attempt to save him from the techno-organic virus consuming his body. That child became Cable, a hardened half-robotic mercenary, who came back to the present to prevent the apocalyptic history he lived through. Cable has tremendous psionic powers, though he prefers to solve problems the simple way: with bullets.''\\
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* ArtificialLimbs: The techno-organic virus transformed most of the left side of his body into metal.
* {{BFG}}: True to form, Cable indeed has his trademark big gun.
* BadassGrandpa: Despite being Scott and Jean's SON he looks old enough to be his father's father and is a cybernetic badass
* ExtraTurn: Temporal Shift grants any party member an extra turn.
* FutureBadass
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: When he goes into "T-O Overdrive".
* MultiRangedMaster: Proficient with an arsenal of different-sized guns.
* NinetiesAntiHero: But of course.
* PowerAtAPrice: He has two movesets -- one is weapons/tech and the other is [[PsychicPowers psychic]]. To unlock his mental abilities, he has to lose enough stamina to go into "T-O Overdrive," which regenerates stamina but costs health every round.
** Due to a recent patch, this is no longer the case as he is allowed to change between Control Mode and Overdrive Mode at will and he no longer takes damage when he is in T-O Overdrive.
** An even newer patch allows the player to choose between switching to "T-O Overdrive" and Recharging, something that will massively change his play style
* PsychicPowers
* ShouldersOfDoom: Would you expect anything less?
* StanceSystem: Cable can switch from his default T-O Control mode to T-O Overdrive while low in Stamina, granting him a new set of abilities.
** Changed so that Cable can now switch to T-O Overdrive whenever the player feels like it.
* StealthHiBye: Stark complains in Spec Ops 7 that he "hates when (Cable) does that", when the latter pops in just long enough from the future to give a warning and pops out again. This seems to indicate that Cable is a habitual offender.

!!Daimon Hellstrom
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-->"You're either incredibly brave or a glutton for suffering if you want me on your team, Agent. In the interests of friendship, let's say it's bravery. Count me in."

->''Seeking to acquire influence on Earth, the demon lord Marduk Kurios sired a son with a human woman. That son became Daimon Hellstrom, who rejected his father's plans, traveled to the infernal realms himself, and stole his father's Netheranium trident, which allowed him to tap into his own vast mystical abilities. In order to control the dark side of his heritage, Daimon became an expert in sorcery and the occult, as well as a powerful warrior in the fight against Demonkind.''
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* AloofBigBrother: Satana sees Daimon as this, dismissing his attempts to reform his demonic heritage as pathetic while she wholeheartedly embraces being evil.
* AntiAntiChrist: Son of a demon lord, but one of the good guys.
* AntiMagic: His Netheranium Spire passive allows him a fifty percent chance to nullify magic attacks against all allies.
* AssistCharacter: Daimon can summon an Infiltrator succubus; the more debuffed he is, the more powerful the attack of his summon is.
* BlackMagic
* CombatMedic: Heals and prevents debuffs with his 'Purifying Flames' ultimate.
* ChainedByFashion: Has several chains dangling from his belt.
* DarkIsNotEvil: He may be half-demon, but he is also a staunch defender of humanity and uses his demonic powers against evildoers instead.
* FieryRedhead: A literal case.
* FlamingHair
* GlowingEyesOfDoom
* HalfHumanHybrid: Half-human, half-demon.
* HellBentForLeather
* {{Hellfire}}
* InstantRunes
* PlayingWithFire
* PowerAtAPrice: Gains power upgrades when the Burning and Dark Void debuffs are inflicted on him.
* ProngsOfPoseidon: Technically more of a devil's pitchfork, but the function is the same.
* StanceSystem: If he's inflicted with Burning and/or Dark Void his Level 6 move can extend to other actions.
* StatusBuffDispel: His 'From Hell's Heart' attack inflicts Soulfire, which removes buffs.
* WalkingShirtlessScene: Complete with a pentagram emblazoned into his chest!

!!Doctor Strange
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-->"Our enemies are many. We must be strong in our alliance. I will contribute what knowledge I can."

->''Founder of the Defenders and one-time Sorcerer Supreme,[[note]](This was true in comics continuity when the game came out but is not true any more, and the game now treats Strange as the Sorcerer Supreme in right)[[/note]] Stephen Strange is still among the most powerful magicians on Earth. He has dedicated his life to the fight against demonic incursions from other realms, especially Dormammu's Dark Dimension.''\\
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* AstralProjection: Not (yet?) part of his gameplay mechanic, but when he needs to leave the field it is usually because he is off speaking to someone else via the Astral Plane.
* BadassBookworm: Gets the "Dr." team-up bonus (he used to be a surgeon) and fights with decades' worth of acquired mystical knowledge.
* BadassCape: In his classic costume (pictured) he wears his traditional, high-collared Cloak of Levitation.
** MysticalHighCollar
* BadassMoustache
* BarrierWarrior: Can use the "Shield of the Seraphim" to protect himself or one of his teammates. His Modern outfit gives him the ability to shield himself or his allies in anticipation of attacks, randomly, until he's taken out of the battle.
* CombatMedic: He has an all-team healing spell, "Teresing Boost," which can be a quick action if he has enough mystic energy stored.
* {{Determinator}}: He ''will not'' let anything from another dimension get past him and attack Earth.
* EnergyAbsorption: Acquires stacks of mystic energy to boost his endurance and take multiple turns.
* GentlemanSnarker: Can be just as irreverent as Tony but is far more subtle and dry about it. Seeing the two of them engaged in SnarkToSnarkCombat is highly entertaining.
* GlassCannon: Despite possessing a pretty well-balanced move-set including the ability to heal, raise shields, and increase magic attacks, his defense is absolute crud even with his Defender buff.
* InstantRunes: His "Vapors of Valtorr" spell.
* ItsPersonal: In Spec Ops 4, demonic forces attacked his home in Greenwich Village. The irritated him enough that he insisted on being the point hero for the boss battle (Baron Mordo), elbowing out Ghost Rider for the privilege.
* RecurringCharacter: He serves as a semi-regular extra member of MissionControl, as the go-to person for briefings whenever there's magic and/or hell-related matters occurring.
* SquishyWizard: Very much a GlassCannon, despite his ability to heal and raise shields.
* SupernaturalSensitivity: Can sense the approach or presence of Dormammu and similar otherworldly threats.

!!Doctor Voodoo
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-->"My brother, Daniel, believes I should reject your offer. Death has made him distrustful. But the loa tell me something quite different, Agent. For now, our paths will run together."

->''After twelve years in America studying psychology, Jericho Drumm returned to his homeland of Haiti to help his brother Daniel fight an evil sorceror. As Daniel lay dying, he made Jericho promise to take up the ways of his ancestors and avenge him. Now called Dr. Voodoo, Jericho's knowledge of the mystic arts rivals that of Dr. Strange, and he has held the mantle of Sorceror Supreme when Strange was unable to.''
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* AntiMagic His Houngan Supreme passive grants all allies Magic Warding buff that makes them immune to Magic Effects(i.e. Soulfire) and take reduced damage from magic attacks.
* BadassBookworm: This guy doesn't look like he's spent 12 years studying Psychology
* BadassCape
* CoolBlackGuy
* DarkIsNotEvil: His costume and overall Voodoo theme tends to make him look more like an evil guy, not to mention the unfortunate stereotypes that come with the Voodoo theme
* HiddenDepths: Despite utilizing Voodoo based powers and having an admittedly awesome sash of skulls wrapped around his waist, Dr. Voodoo is a former Psychology student having studied for 12 years.
* MagicStaff: One of the conduits for the Voodoo magic and of course to make him look even more awesome
* ManaDrain: Daniel Drumm ability damages all enemies, drains their stamina and restores stamina to all party members.
* SkunkStripe
* SquishyWizard: Is this though Dr. Voodoo certainly makes up for it in sheer power and versatility in moves.
* StanceSystem: Voodoo Incatantion ability extends to multiple actions with different purposes.
* SupernaturalSensitivity

!!Domino
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-->"Luck seems to have brought us together, Agent...or perhaps it wasn't luck at all. Don't think about it too hard. You'll get a headache."

->''Neena Thurman was genetically modified in a top-secret government breeding program, only one of two individuals to survive the process. After she was freed by a religious cult called the Armajesuits, Neena became the mercenary known as Domino. Her skill with firearms and her mutant powers of probability manipulation make for a potent combination.''
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* ActionGirl
* BornLucky
* DarkChick: A mysterious bounty hunter who isn't afraid to use lethal force.
* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Her skin is literally white.
* GunFu
* GunsAkimbo
* LuckManipulationMechanic: Her Get Lucky passive allows her to manipulate probablity as well as other effects inlcuding dodging attacks, [[CounterAttack counter attacking]], [[AttackAttackAttack following-up attacks]], [[ArmorPiercingAttack ignoring defense]], or avoiding debuffs.
* SuperEmpowering: her Around the World attack gains chance to give all allies stat increasing buffs and [[StatusBuffDispel stat decreasing debuffs]] to all enemies
* WindsOfDestinyChange: Something About Us passive makes the attacks Domino and all other allies more likely to be critical.

!!Havok
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-->"Looks like I owe you one, Agent. I was getting tired of the Hellfire Club anyway. Just don't expect me to bunk with Scott."

->''As a child, Alex Summers was separated from his family (his brother Scott would later become the hero Cyclops) and unknowingly raised as Mr. Sinister's Pawn to take advantage of Alex's latent mutant powers. Havok struggled for years to control his ability to absorb cosmic radiation and turn it into powerful plasma blasts. His immense power, combined with his standoffish attitude, have often put him at odds with his brother and the rest of the X-Men; but Havok has remained a proven ally to the heroes' cause.''
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* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: To Cyclops's AloofBigBrother. At the end, when you recruit him, he remarks "Just don't expect me to bunk with Scott".
* ChargedAttack: His "plasma" attacks consume stored Cosmic Energy for increased damage.
* EnergyAbsorption: In his case, he can absorb a massive amount of energy at once and use it immediately, as well as build a stack over time.
* GlassCannon: As with most Blasters, he can dish out more damage than he can take. Less of a GlassCannon in comparison to, say, Dr. Strange and Storm because of his Cosmic Energy buffs which increase his defense and have a max of 5 stacks at any given time
* HairTriggerTemper
* HeroWithAnFInGood: Irritable, stubborn and overconfident. He is generally snappy throughout the course of Spec Ops 6, and insists that he is able to take out the Living Pharaoh, even when it's clear that the latter is feeding off his energy to grow stronger.
* PowerAtAPrice: Havok's 'Plasma Wave' attack is one of the game's most powerful moves. When paired with appropriate debuffs on an opponent, fully stacked Cosmic Energy buffs and a guaranteed critical hit (all of which he can set up on his own), it can epic overkill even in-game bosses. However, using this attack will give him the Kicks Like A Mule debuff, guaranteeing that he will miss his next turn.
** Thankfully, Havok was also given a new Uncanny Coordination passive to compensate, giving him a chance for extra turns when his allies attack and significantly reducing the drawbacks of using 'Plasma Wave'.
* StatusBuffDispel: Can do this with a Shattering Punch.

!!Human Torch
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-->"About time I got in on this action. Let's giddy up!"

->''Teenage rebel Johnny Storm was bombarded with cosmic rays during the fateful voyage of Reed Richards' spacecraft that created the Fantastic Four, becoming the Human Torch. He can transform his body into a superheated plasma and project shaped flames from any part of himself. He can also fly and control temperatures in his immediate area. His sister, Sue Storm, is the Invisible Woman.''
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* AssistCharacter: When clad in his Annihilus duds, he can randomly summon the Annihilation Wave.
* BarbieDollAnatomy: In his classic costume, he appears nude but featureless (and, of course, covered in flames).
* DesperationAttack: The lower Johnny's health is, the more damage Nova Blast does.
* ElementalPowers: PlayingWithFire.
* EnergyAbsorption: Gains health from Fire attacks.
* FlyingFirepower: Literally!
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: In his original and Annihilus costumes.
* PlayingWithFire: All of his attacks involve fire and combustion.
* WreathedInFlames

!!Iron Man
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-->"We got it Fury. The Agent’s ready. Save the world. Yadda, yadda."

->''Visionary, playboy, billionaire, Tony Stark is one of the founding Avengers and - thanks to the constantly evolving Iron Man armor - one of the more formidable combat assets in S.H.I.E.L.D.'s arsenal. His [[KnightInSourArmor cynical demeanor disguises a deep belief]] in himself and the power of the human mind to invent its way out of problems.''\\
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* AdaptationalBadass: The Mark 42 suit puts on a much more formidable show here than it does in the film.
* [[AssistCharacter Assist Characters]]: While wearing the [[Film/IronMan3 Mark 42 alternate outfit]], he can call for remote-controlled Iron Man armors (limited only to the armors present in the game) to help out whenever an ally attacks or is attacked by the enemy.
* BadassBookworm: Since he's a fairly normal-build guy when not in his suit, especially since he has his faceplate lifted in his dialogue picture (see the Mission Control section).
* BarrierWarrior: Can create a regenerative Deflector Shield, and his Mk V Armor starts with an equivalent that also regenerates stamina. His Mk 42 Armor loses the shield-generating power, instead turning it into a chance passive.
* BeehiveBarrier: The appearance of his Deflector Shields.
* ChargedAttack: The more "Unibeam" is fired, the higher its subsequent damage will be. However, it must be fired every round, or else its power will be reset.
* ChestBlaster: His "Unibeam". The Mark 42 armor beefs this move into the "Heartbreaker Unibeam", which can destroy shields outright.
* {{Cyborg}}
* FlyingFirepower: All of his attacks are ranged blasts from his PowerArmor.
* GadgeteerGenius
* MacrossMissileMassacre: "Missile Barrage". It becomes "Missile Bombardment" when wearing the Mark 42 armor, which adds Burning and Bleeding, as well as being a Catastrophic attack.
* PoweredArmor: Arc-reactor empowered, to boot.

!!Ms. Marvel
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-->"Make you a deal. You let me fly the Helicarrier, I'm in. Kidding. Glad to help any way I can."

->''Air Force officer Carol Danvers was caught in an explosion with the alien Mar-Vell. She survived and found that her DNA had combined with his to give her the ability to fly and the power to absorb and redirect practically any amount of energy.''\\
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* ActionGirl
* ArchEnemy[=/=]TheRival: To Moonstone.
* BareYourMidriff: Her "Original Ms. Marvel" costume.
* CombatClairvoyance: Her Original Ms. Marvel costume grants Seventh Sense, which allows her 20 percent chance to avoid enemy attacks and gain an extra turn.
* DominoMask
* EnergyAbsorption: She gains stamina when hit by Energy-based attacks and increases the damage in her attacks. Her Level 9 ability is even called "Absorb Energy", and notably heals her when attacked by Energy-based attacks.
* FlyingBrick
* FlyingFirepower: Her skillset is a mix of this and LightningBruiser.
* LightEmUp
* MilitarySuperhero

!!Phoenix
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-->"We have to stop the spread of Iso-8. If you can do that, I'm on board."

->''One of the original X-Men, Jean Grey has developed her native telepathic and telekinetic abilities to unheard-of levels as a result of her bonding with the Phoenix Force. As the avatar of that cosmic power, she has attained control over time and space, and can even resurrect the dead. The true extent of her powers has yet to be discovered.''
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* ActionGirl
* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: Has the big golden firebird emblem on her chest, which she also invokes in her Phoenix Fire attack as well as the aura for her Phoenix Five costume.
* AutoRevive: Unlike other death-cheating passives (which are chance-dependent), and other resuscitating powers requiring the use of a turn, Jean can passively revive anyone immediately after their health drops to 0.
* BackFromTheDead: [[MeaningfulName Phoenix]], infamous for repeated deaths and revivals, has a "Death and Rebirth" passive which guarantees that the next ally who dies will be restored to 25% health instead.
* BattleAura: Her Phoenix Five costume gives her a constant, Phoenix-shaped aura of fire.
* CleavageWindow: Her Phoenix Five costume.
* DeathActivatedSuperpower: "Phoenix Fire" is a devastating nuke almost guaranteed to hit all your opponents ForMassiveDamage, strip their buffs and leave them with a DamageOverTime debuff, as well as cleansing all of your team's debuffs. The catch? Jean can only use this attack after someone on your team has their HP reduced to 0, removing her "Death and Rebirth" passive. Timing the revival of a teammate and the use of "Phoenix Fire" is key to mastering (or defeating!) Phoenix.
* FlyingFirepower: Another literal example.
* GlassCannon: Was notorious for having dire Health and Defense, easily the worst amongst all starter (and even subsequent) heroes. Funnily enough, this property actually became ''beneficial'' after her revamp, as it helped her to die faster, revive herself and then unleash her terrifying "Phoenix Fire".
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: In her Phoenix Five alt.
* MindOverMatter: Invoked with her "Telekinesis" attack, where she hurls a huge rock at her opponents.
* PlayingWithFire: Her blast attacks are a blend of Fire and Psychic, which means they will still hurt enemies who are immune to mental powers.
* PowerMakesYourHairGrow: Her red hair is much longer and wilder in her Phoenix Five costume.
* PsychicBlockDefense: Her Mental Resilience passive lets her gain chance to block psychic attacks and take less damage from psychic attacks.
* PsychicPowers: She can mindlink with a teammate for protection, throw energy blasts with the power of the Phoenix, or simply lift an enormous boulder with her mind and drop it on you.
* StatusBuffDispel: Happens after she spreads Soulfire with Phoenix Fire.

!!Nico Minoru
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--> "Wait, you want me to join S.H.I.E.L.D.? For real? ...Alright, but if you make me do any government oppressor-type stuff, you'll regret it."

->''The Pride was an organization of six supervillain married couples, dedicated to the destruction of all of humanity...except for their own children. Those children would prove to be their undoing, becoming a group of young heroes known as the {{Runaways}}. The leader of the Runaways is Nico Minoru, daughter of two evil sorcerors, and a powerful magician in her own right. She wields the Staff of One, a mystical weapon which allows its wielder to cast almost any spell they can imagine...but only once''
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* BackFromTheDead: Can revive herself to full health and stamina whilst clearing all her debuffs once per battle.
* BlackMage: Most of her actions primarily focuses on dealing damage to the enemy and applying a lot of debuffs.
** BlackMagicianGirl: Through with some LadyOfBlackMagic elements.
* BloodMagic: See below.
* CastFromHitPoints: Can increase the potency of her attacks by inflicting Bleeding on herself. 'Kick Ass!' and 'Rock and Roll!' also require Bleeding on her to use.
* DarkIsNotEvil: She's goth, but she's not a villain.
* DeadpanSnarker: Not as much as everyone else, but still.
* ElementalPowers: Some of her Arcana abilities:
** AnIcePerson: "Freeze!"
** DishingOutDirt: "Rock'n'Roll!"
** PlayingWithFire: "Die in a Fire!"
* EmotionBomb: Her Fear Me attack applies Cower and Intimidated to all enemies.
* GothGirlsKnowMagic
* ItOnlyWorksOnce: Each of Nico's Arcana spells can only be effectively used once per battle. Repeated uses will deviate from the spells' intended effect, to say the least.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall
--> ''But I mean it when I say thanks, umm...[[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep What's your name? Agent...?]]
* MagicStaff: The Staff of One
* MagikarpPower: At early levels she is really easy to take down, but as more of her Arcana unlocks, she becomes increasingly more dangerous.
* PerkyGoth: It seems in this continuity she retained more of her original, happy self [[BreakTheCutie than she did in comics]].
* PowerAtAPrice: Much of her moveset is based off of whether or not she has (a) stack(s) of Bleeding on her character. Plus she gets a strength boost off every stack of Bleeding she has and also takes reduced damage from the Bleeding for what it's worth
* PowerFloats
* PowerNullifier: Her You Suck action applies Neturalized and Impaired, removing and preventing any stat increasing effects and makes attacks do twenty percent less damage.
* StanceSystem: Her Lesser Arcana and Greater Arcana abilities extends to multiple actions.
* StatusBuffDispel: While most of her actions inflict debuff(s) to the enemy, her ''More Dots'' attack's primary functions is to inflict a wide range of debuffs.
* SquishyWizard: Surpasses even Jean Grey as the lowest-health hero in the game.
* SuperEmpowering: "Kick Ass!", which grants an ally (or herself) and additional turn with a boost in attack and accuracy.
* UnpredictableResults: Using any of her Arcana attacks more than once per battle yields ''interesting'' results.

!!Scarlet Witch
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-->"This Isotope-8 is fascinating, isn't it? I can feel its power resonating with my own. I will join you, Agent, and we can discover its mysteries together."

->''An orphan raised with her twin brother Quicksilver, Wanda Maximoff possesses a unique combination of mutant and magical powers. When persecuted for her probability-changing mutant abilities, the twins sought refuge with the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, unaware that Magneto was their father. Unhappy at being a villain, Wanda convinced her brother that they should join the Avengers to redeem themselves. Where the Scarlet Witch goes, chaos follows.''\\
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* ActionGirl
* BadassCape: A red one attached to her bodysuit.
* ConfusionFu: "Hex Spheres" can make enemy attacks backfire, plus she has a "Reality Warping" passive ability which can cause enemy attacks to miss.
* FormFittingWardrobe: She wears a red leotard over a pink bodysuit.
* LadyOfWar: Her attacks are very graceful and pretty to watch. Pink energy bolts everywhere!
* LeotardOfPower: Worn together with pink spandex for added modesty.
* RandomEffectSpell: The DamageOverTime effects and debuffs after using Arcane Blast or Probability Field are entirely random.
* RealityWarping: Attacks have a 20% chance to miss her because of this passive power.
* SquishyWizard: Another GlassCannon, though her reality-warping powers make it more likely that her attackers will miss.
* UnpredictableResults: Basically the case for ''every'' aspect of Wanda's powers.
* WildCard: Her powers are somewhat unpredictable, especially "Probability Field," which may give an [[BlessedWithSuck unhelpful "buff"]] to a teammate or a [[CursedWithAwesome supremely useful "debuff"]] to an enemy. If you bring Wanda to a fight, you're bound to get at least one surprise.
-->'''Scarlet Witch''': That's the beauty of chaos magic, Tony. Nobody can plan for it. Sometimes not even me.
* WindsOfDestinyChange: Her whole schtick revolves making enemy attacks randomly miss or backfire, while granting them unknown debuffs and possibly giving your team buffs.

!!Storm
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-->"Time is not on our side, Agent. We must act before our enemies control Iso-8. Count on me."

->''Orphaned as a young child in Egypt, Ororo Munroe traveled Africa as a young woman, when her powers over the weather began to develop and she joined the X-Men. She and T'Challa, the Black Panther, jointly ruled the ancient African kingdom of Wakanda until its destruction.''\\
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* ActionGirl
* BareYourMidriff: Her Classic costume.
* ChainLightning: Storm's Lightning attack inflicts a Static Charge debuff, which drains an opponent's health as long as an electric attack is used against their allies. She can also spread Static Charge to all her enemies at once with Lightning, if she has the Elemental Mastery buff.
* DarkSkinnedBlond
* LadyOfWar: She is very elegant and her attacks resemble a ritual dance.
* ElementalPowers: [[ShockAndAwe Lightning]], fog, [[AnIcePerson ice]], and [[BlowYouAway wind]].
* FlyingFirepower: She stays clear of her enemies and sends lightning and ice down on their heads.
* HappilyMarried: To the Black Panther.
* TornadoMove: Storm's ultimate power, also intended to be her finisher as it exploits and supports her lower-level moves.

!!Sunfire
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* BarrierWarrior: his Fire Shield causes damage and lights everyone on fire when it's attacked.
* FlyingFirepower
* GratuitousJapanese: all of his attack names and passives.
* PlayingWithFire

!!Thane
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-->"I don't know what those creatures wanted with me...and thanks to you, I'll never have to find out. If you'll help me understand this power I have, I'll help you in any way I can, Agent."

->''This mysterious being appeared during Thanos' invasion of Earth. What he is and where he came from remains to be seen, but one thing is for certain: he holds tremendous power in his hands.''
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* TheAtoner: Seeks to harness his new abilities for heroic purposes despite their macabre implications, and is determined not to be captured by the Black Order.
* BarrierWarrior: Can form Preservation force fields on allies, and starts a battle with such a field on him thanks to his Self-Preservation passive.
* CombatMedic: His Amber Field ability creates a Preservation field around an ally that blocks damage, removes and prevents debuffs, and heals when dispelled.
* HealingHands: Thane initially specialised in healing abilities. Then when Thanos came to Earth, his left hand turned out to be highly lethal instead, although he can still heal with the right hand.
* IAmAMonster: Experiences great despair after accidentally killing many with his newly-manifested lethal powers.
* KilledOffForReal: His attacks are all about manipulating life and death (the latter towards opponents, of course); Sealing Touch instantly defeats any opponent below 30% health, Black Hand prevents resurrection & healing effects, and enemies knocked out by Life and Death cannot be resurrected.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: When his new abilities first manifested, Thane accidentally killed others instead of healing them (as was the case with his original abilities).
* StatusBuffDispel: His Black Hand attack inflicts the Nanoplague debuff, which removes and blocks most buffs.
* TakenForGranite: His original abilities have something to do with the preservative abilities of amber; in conjunction with his newfound killing touch, his basic Sealing Touch ability petrifies and eventually stun opponents on its third application.
* TouchOfDeath: So powerful that Thanos, the Titan obsessed with death, is greatly enamoured by his abilities. [[spoiler:No surprise there since Thane is supposed to be the son of Thanos.]]
* WhatHaveIBecome: His reception towards gaining powers of death is understandably less than enthusiastic.

!!Vision
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-->"Ultron gave me many powers, but the Avengers have given me the ability to choose how I use them. I choose to stand with you, Agent."

->''Ultron created his "vision of the future" as an android with the ability to modify his density, becoming either intangible or super-strong at a moment's notice. With the help of S.H.I.E.L.D., Vision broke free from his evil creator and joined the Avengers. Despite his analytical mind and artificial origins, he has proven himself to be a defender of humanity in all respects.''\\
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* AIIsACrapShoot: After being defeated, it was found out he has human brain patterns them he is reprogrammed to have a conscience and ultimately rebels against his creator Ultron.
* BadassCape: And a bright yellow one at that.
* BrainUploading: He possessed the brain patterns of Simon Williams A.K.A. Wonder Man.
* ChargedAttack: Passively gains an Energy Charge every round, which increases the damage of his Blaster attacks.
* TheComicallySerious: Appears to be this, with his dignified and formal speaking style, but hints of a GentlemanSnarker seem to surface at times.
* TheComputerIsYourFriend: After his HeelFaceTurn.
* {{Cyborg}}
* {{EMP}}: Microwave Pulse acts as this when it applies Fried Circuits to targets with mechanical bodies, stunning them for an entire round and leaving them vulnerable to critical attacks.
* EyeBeams: Optic Beams fire lasers at enemy target and inflicts burning.
* FlyingFirepower: Literally, since he flies through manipulating his density and can shoot heat beams.
* GroundPound: General Relativity.
* HeelFaceTurn: You face him as a boss in Mission 1 of Spec Ops 8, before he teams up with you on the later two missions.
* IntangibleMan: Can Phase, either through his Density Shift passive or Intangible Fist ability.
* PowerCrystal: The Solar Jewel on his forehead absorbs solar ambient energy and can also shoot a beam much stronger than his Optic Beams that is guaranteed to crit against buring targets and exploits stun.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobots: Whilst appearing to be robotic, Vision is actually a synthezoid, with simulated human brain patterns and hence cognition. His sentient mind also leads him to turn against his creator, Ultron, at the end of Spec Ops 8.
* {{Robosexual}}: Hinted at with his team-up bonus with Scarlet Witch "Cyber" which means their romantically linked.
* SlaveMook: Was compelled against his will to fight alongside Ultron initially.
* SpockSpeak
* StanceSystem: He starts off as a Blaster, but can switch at will between that class and Infilitrator, with entirely different movesets with his "Interface Switch" Level 2 ability. The Blaster interface makes him a Ranged specialist, while the Infilitrator interface makes him a Melee specialist.
* SuperToughness: His Density Shift passive makes him immune to bleeding.
* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: After the Scarlet Witch defeats Vision, Nick Fury and Tony Stark are bent on dismantling him completely. However, she appeals to S.H.I.E.L.D. not to do so, remarking that he is not a robot but a living being. She is proven right when further examination of Vision leads to discovery of his brain patterns.
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!!Bruisers
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[[MightyGlacier Bruisers]] [[PowerUp empower]] themselves when attacking or attacked by Scrappers, raising all stats. Includes heroes well-known as superhuman tanks and walls.

'''Characters:''' ComicBook/{{Ares}}, [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Bishop]], [[ComicBook/{{Excalibur}} Captain Britain]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Colossus]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Heimdall]], [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHercules Hercules]], [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk Hulk]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Juggernaut]], ComicBook/SheHulk, [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Thing]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Thundra]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Valkyrie]], WonderMan, ComicBook/{{X-23}}.

[[folder: Bruisers]]
!!Ares
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-->"Shall we dance together on the battlefield? Don't worry, I'll show you the steps. Just try to keep up."

->''As the Olympian God of War, Ares is one of the most brutal and fearsome warriors of all time. He is a genius-level military tactician and a master of all weaponry, both ancient and modern. Though his half-brother Hercules may be stronger, Ares is meaner, and he isn't shy about demonstrating it.''\\
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''Main article: ComicBook/{{Ares}}''
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* AnAxeToGrind: Used for his main 'Art of War' attack.
* BloodKnight: Goes wherever there is warfare to be had. He only joins up with S.H.I.E.L.D. in Spec Ops 12 after realizing that Dell Rusk and his Dark Avengers did not possess a true 'warrior's spirit'.
* CoolHelmet
* CoolSword
* DualWielding
* EmotionBomb: His Ten-Thousand-Yard Stare passive allows him to preemptively counter attacks by placing the Intimidated and Broken Will debuffs on an attacker, greatly reducing the amount of incoming damage.
* GroundPound: 'Crush Your Enemies'.
* MultiMeleeMaster
* MultiRangedMaster: Despite wielding 2 melee weapons in his hands, Ares is also perfectly capable of handling modern guns (and all forms of weaponry, in fact). He is the god of war, after all.
* SiblingRivalry: Often belittles Herc for being merely a demigod, and sees him as a nuisance.
* StatusBuffDispel: A catastrophic version, no less, with his 'Crush Your Enemies' ultimate.
* SuperHeroGods
* WalkingArmory: Switches between 4 weapons in combat.

!!Bishop
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-->"This world is a much better place than the one I came from. I intend to help you keep it that way."

->''The "M" branded over Lucas Bishop's eye is a stark reminder of the apocalyptic future he comes from. In his world, the Sentinels had imprisoned the entire mutant populace and set their sights on the rest of humanity. Bishop traveled through time to prevent the same fate from befalling our own timeline. with his mutant ability to absorb energy and redirect it into concussive blasts, he seems well-equipped to succeed.''
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* {{BFG}}: One in each hand, in fact.
* ChargedAttack: Lucas gains Potential Energy when hit with energy attacks, receives halved damage and gains can take an extra turn. Potential Energy can then be used to unlock new moves that cause stronger effects with more stacks.
* DimensionalTraveler
* FutureBadass
* GunsAkimbo
* MultiRangedMaster: His normal actions involve the use of different futuristic weapons.
* NinetiesAntiHero: Complete with bad hair.
* StanceSystem: By using 'Focus Energy' while he has stacks of Potential Energy, he can unlock a suite of moves involving energy manipulation.
* TakingTheBullet: Has a chance to intercept Energy attacks aimed at his allies.

!!Captain Britain
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-->"Iso-8 is a crisis that knows no country or border. Great Britain stands with S.H.I.E.L.D., Agent."

->''After narrowly escaping death, Brian Braddock was offered a choice by the sorcerer Merlyn: the Amulet of Right or the Sword of Might. Lacking confidence in his ability as a warrior, Braddock chose the Amulet and became Captain Britain, the United Kingdom's greatest protector. Super-strong and nearly invulnerable, Braddock shares the call to heroism with his twin sister Betsy, also known as Psylocke.''
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* CaptainGeographic: Gets bonus points for having his moves named after British clichés like 'Save the Queen' and 'Smashing', as well as having the British flag appear behind him when ''Merlyn's Gift'' is activated.
* CaptainPatriotic: Serves as a S.H.I.E.L.D. liaison for Britain, as he is the premiere superhero representing his nation.
* ChargedAttack: "Roar of Valor" is a variation, which increases all his stats for every enemy KO'd in battle. On the flipside, he loses a stack when an ally is KO'd.
* CulturedBadass
* FlyingBrick: He combines strength and speed.
* GeniusBruiser: He has a doctorate in physics and gets the "Dr." teamup bonus, but he's built like a truck and his attacks generally involve hitting the enemies like a brick wall.
* GentlemanSnarker: Trolling nosy people and insulting annoying villains with the utmost posh politeness.
* TheGoodCaptain[=/=]CaptainSuperhero
* GroundPound: The "Smashing" attack.
* LightningBruiser: Has a chance to take extra turns via his "Merlyn's Gift" passive.
* RightMakesMight: Invoked by his "Right is Might" move.
* StockBritishPhrases: Smashing!
* MrFanservice: He soars into battle in a skin-hugging outfit with an accentuated crotch area. (Thanks, Playdom!)
* {{Troll}}: Granted, it was Coulson's idea to have him discredit a press rumor that was actually true, but giving Coulson's number to a flirtatious reporter was all him...
* WearingAFlagOnYourHead: A design that resembles the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_the_United_Kingdom Flag of the United Kingdom]] covers his upper body, with a smaller version on his cowl.

!!Colossus
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-->"Sometimes I am criticized for being too reluctant to fight. Now will not be one of those times."

->''Piotr Rasputin's power to transform his body into a nearly invulnerable organic form of Osmium first appeared in adolescence. Coming to America at the urging of Professor X, he became Colossus and has fought bravely despite his natural aversion to conflict and violence.''
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* BruiserWithASoftCenter[=/=]GentleGiant: As his recruitment quote indicates, he would rather not fight unless it cannot be avoided.
* GroundPound: Colossal Smash.
* HuskyRusskie
* PsychicBlockDefense: Oraganic Steel makes him resistant to psychic attacks.
* StoneWall: He has high defense but low attack meaning he can take more than he can dish out.
* SuperToughness: His Oraganic Steel passive makes immune to bleeding, burning, and have a very high crit resistance.
* TakingTheBullet: Has the ability to block enemy attacks and take half damage.

!!Hercules
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-->"You are wise indeed to seek the aid of the mighty Hercules! Come, let us share the Gift of Battle with these miscreants!"

->''As the illegitimate son of Zeus, Hercules is one of the strongest heroes in the world. Unlike his fellow demigod Thor, Hercules makes no secret of his love for wine, women, and battle. Having bested countless monsters, gods, and villains, the Prince of Power now seeks anyone who can give him a challenge...or a drink.''\\
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''Main article: Comicbook/TheIncredibleHercules''
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* BadassBeard
* BloodKnight: He's in this for the joy of the fight.
* BoisterousBruiser: Big. Loud. Fun-loving. Hits like a Mack truck. Herc is exactly the kind of hero you want around to lighten the mood.
* DivineParentage: The son of Zeus.
* FunPersonified: He doesn't take himself too seriously.
* NeverLiveItDown: in-universe, this is the basis of a teamup bonus between Herc and Constrictor, "Stink-Eye".
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: Herc's divinity is amusingly noted during an exchange with Tony in Spec Ops 6.
-->'''Tony Stark:''' ''Much appreciated. This is a historic district. Try not to tear it up too much.''
-->'''Hercules:''' ''A historic district? I remember the first log cabins around here. Your people have a strange sense of history.''
* TakingTheBullet: Herc's "Gift of Battle" ability allows for him to block and counterattack enemy attacks.
* SiblingRivalry: Herc is really fond of trash-talking and one-upping Ares.
* SuperHeroGods
* {{Troll}}: He literally laughs at an enemy when attacked and his "Likes it Rough" passive triggers.
* WalkingShirtlessScene

!!Heimdall
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-->"Odin has seen fit to grant you my services so long as you remain a friend of Asgard. No enemy of thine shall escape my sight."

->''Brother of Sif and steadfast friend of Thor, Heimdall is the guardian of the Bifrost Bridge and the eternal sentry of Asgard. His vision and hearing are so sensitive that they border on omniscience, allowing him to perceive threats from all across the Nine Worlds. Though statue-like in his demeanor, he is anything but idle, and will not hesitate to use his considerable skills as a warrior to protect Asgard.''
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* BadassBeard
* TheBigGuy: He's noticeably tall compared to other heroes.
* {{BFS}}/CoolSword: Hofund, which is almost as long as Heimdall is tall.
* CoolHelmet
* FlightStrengthHeart: Heimdall's powers include preventing counterattacks, buffing his allies...and transporting all combatants to the Bifrost. Which sounds powerful, except this merely changes the fight background to the (admittedly delightful) Rainbow Bridge for a few rounds.
* TheStoic: Evident even in his battle stance, where he barely moves and seems rooted to the ground.
* SuperEmpowering: His Level 9 move, Gjallahorn, transports combatants to the Bifrost and gives all allies Strengthened, Fortified, Agile and Focused.
* SupernaturalGoldEyes
* SuperSenses
* SuperHeroGods

!!Hulk
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-->"You don't want Hulk for brains, do you? That's all right. Hulk doesn't want you for brains, either."

->''Child prodigy Bruce Banner became a weapons researcher for the US Army, where he was inadvertently exposed to the radiation of a prototype Gamma Bomb. This granted him the power to transform into the nearly invulnerable Hulk -- but at the cost of suffering the consequences of the Hulk's unthinking rages.''\\
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''Main article: Comicbook/IncredibleHulk''
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* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation
* BloodKnight
* ChargedAttack: "Hulk Smash," "Thunder Clap" and "Titanic Hurl" consume a charge of Hulk Up (see Unstoppable Rage, below) to do massive damage. When combined with the Bruiser class's "Enraged" buff, these can be devastating.
* CombatPragmatist: In his Grey Hulk costume, he's implied to be this. His Fighting Dirty passive animation has him throwing dirt at an enemy before their attack, inflicting [[StatusBuffDispel debuffs]] and then [[CounterAttack counter-attacking]] afterwards.
* GeniusBruiser: He is in his bulked up mode all the time, but retains more of Bruce Banner's normal intelligence and personality than the Hulk usually does.
* HulkSpeak: Used seldom, mostly in parody.
* UnstoppableRage: He gains stacks of Hulk Up when attacked, which increases his attack and accuracy. There's also the Warbringer passives that come with his World War Hulk alternate outfit. That passive gains the Hulk (and his allies) War Frenzy stacks when attacked, which also increase attack and accuracy.
* WalkingShirtlessScene

!!Juggernaut
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-->"Here's how this works: you point, I crush. Make sure nothin' you give a &$%# about is in the way."

->''While exploring an ancient temple, Cain Marko came upon the Crimson Gem of Cyttorak. Upon touching it, he was infused with the power of a god, becoming an unstoppable human Juggernaut. He repeatedly sought revenge against his step-brother Charles Xavier and the X-Men, though lately he has straddled the line between hero and villain. Ultimately, Juggernaut serves nobody but Juggernaut.''
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* BeamMeUpScotty: Juggernaut has never worked with the Brotherhood in the comics continuity, and it is unlikely that he'd be invited since he's not a mutant.
** Task 2 of Lockbox Quest in [=SpecOps=] 6 lists Juggernaut as a mutant as well, while mission 3 of chapter 8 states that he's not one.
* CainAndAbel: He's [[NameOfCain literally]] the Cain to his stepbrother's, Professor Xavier, Abel.
* HeelFaceTurn
* IFightForTheStrongestSide: His only reason for helping ComicBook/{{SHIELD}} is because he's tired of losing so often.
* ImplacableMan: The only hero in-game who has a native passive which prevents Incapacitation or Stun.
* {{Jerkass}}
* TheJuggernaut
* PreAssKickingOneLiner: Before unleashing his final headbutt attack, he will exclaim "Don't you know who I am!?" while charging up, and finishing with the line, "[[MyNameIsInigoMontoya I'm the Juggernaut]] [[MemeticMutation (Bitch!)]]!"
* PsychicBlockDefense: Courtesy of his incredibly thick helmet.
* SirSwearsALot: During his recruitment, at least.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork
* TokenEvilTeammate: The first indisputably unheroic character available for recruitment so far.
* WildCard: Unlike [[EvenEvilHasStandards Magneto]] or [[BrainwashedAndCrazy Omega Sentinel]], the Juggernaut doesn't have any sort of heroic reasoning for helping ComicBook/{{SHIELD}}.

!!She-Hulk
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-->"There's nothing I'd rather do than fight this battle, Agent. Glad you asked."

->''Crusading lawyer Jennifer Walters was Bruce Banner's cousin, and needed an emergency transfusion of his blood after being shot. Along with Banner's blood, Jennifer received his ability to transform into a green-skinned juggernaut, and the She-Hulk was born.''\\
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''Main article: Comicbook/SheHulk''
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* ActionGirl
* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation
* AmazonianBeauty
* AmbulanceChaser: A no-nonsense lawyer who can pummel anyone in her gamma-enraged form. Though she [[AvertedTrope isn't one]] as a lawyer, it's the name of her Team-Up Bonus with Daredevil.
* GeniusBruiser: She's a skilled lawyer in addition to her super-heroics.
* DistaffCounterpart: To the Hulk who is her cousin.
* LeotardOfPower
* LightningBruiser: She can grant herself extra moves in a single turn and hit very hard with each of them.

!!Thing
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-->"Hey, I been waitin' to get invited to this dance. [[CatchPhrase It's clobberin' time]]!"

->''Reed Richards needed someone to pilot his experimental spaceship, and he asked his college roommate, Ben Grimm. The Yancy Street tough-guy turned jet pilot agreed, and when the ship was struck by as cosmic ray burst, Grimm became the stone-skinned orange Thing, and one of the Fantastic Four.''
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* DeadpanSnarker: The most sarcastic and down-to-earth (pun intended) member of the Fantastic Four by far.
* GroundPound: "Fault Line".
* RockMonster: At least, he appears to look like one.
* StoneWall
* SuperToughness: His body is made of "interlocking stones" which resist many status effects and critical hits.
* TakingTheBullet: Has the ability to block enemy attacks, then immediately gaining stamina and an [[ExtraTurn extra turn]] after. As an added bonus, his version is even called "StoneWall".
* WalkingShirtlessScene: In his Classic costume, but averted for his Future Foundation costume where he wears a wifebeater.

!!Thor
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-->"My task is to protect Midgard and its people. I look forward to fighting with you, Agent."

->''Exiled to Midgard by his father Odin, the Norse god of thunder, Thor walks among humanity to learn humility. It's not an easy lesson for him, especially not when he's practically invincible and armed with the divine hammer Mjolnir. A founding member of the Avengers, he fights a constant battle with his trickster half-brother Loki.''\\
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''Main article: Comicbook/TheMightyThor''
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* BadassCape: He wears a flowing mantle of [[RedIsHeroic heroic red]] in all of his costumes.
* ChargedAttack: Can acquire the "Might of Mjolnir" to increase the damage of his attacks. His Modern Armor alternate outfit also starts Thor off with two "Might of Mjolnir" stacks right off the bat.
* TheComicallySerious: A trait he shares with fellow Asgardians Valkyrie and Sif.
* CoolHelmet: Classic Thor and Modern Armor Thor have a winged helmet.
* DivineParentage: The son of Odin.
* DropTheHammer: Mjolnir.
* ElementalPowers: Of the ShockAndAwe variety.
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: Thor might be young for a god, but that still makes him much older than most humans.
* SuperHeroGods

!!Thundra
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-->"Come, Agent! Let us declare our allegiance in the sight of our enemies. Let us see them cower before the might of Thundra!"

-->''Thundra is one of the strongest women in the world, and the greatest warrior of her own world: an advanced female-dominated reality. She first came to our universe to challenge the strongest male, in order to prevent her reality from being erased. Though her prime allegiance is to her planet, she has been a steadfast ally of the Fantastic Four, as well as a founding member of the New Lady Liberators.''
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* ActionGirl
* AmazonianBeauty: One of the more noticably muscular female characters.
* BareYourMidriff
* ChainPain: She uses her chain in a variety of manners, be it for flaying, to wrap around her limbs for added impact or as a lasso.
* {{Determinator}}: Facing an annoying character who is shielded or protecting their teammates? Thundra's 'Wallbreaker' passive allows her to deal an extra attack against them.
* DimensionalTraveler: She came from an alternate reality to try and save her own world.
* DoesNotLikeMen: Openly shows her disdain towards what she perceives as sexist or belittling comments from males.
* FieryRedhead
* LargeHam: Given her declaration to the Agent when recruited...
* StatuesqueStunner: Notably taller than other female (and even some male!) characters.
* SuperEmpowering: Aside from the standard Bruiser package, Thundra has a chance to get random buffs when using her Rolling Thunder ability.

!!Valkyrie
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-->"Though it has always been my duty to carry the dead, it has never been my pleasure. Agent, I pledge to help you defend this realm."

->''The Asgardian Brunnhilde confronted Odin All-Father rather than leave the body of her fallen friend. So impressed was Odin at her courage and strength that he made her the Valkyrie, guide of the honored dead to Valhalla. Armed with Dragonfang, her indestructible sword, and riding her winged steed Aragorn, she is one of the greatest warriors of Asgard, and a champion of Earth.''
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* ActionGirl
* AssistCharacter: Valkyrie gallops out on her winged steed Aragorn for her Flight of Valkyrie attack.
* BackFromTheDead: As the Asgardian escort of souls, she can guarantee survival for herself and possibly her teammates, thanks to Deathwatch.
* BadassCape: A blue one on her armor.
* BladeOnAStick: Her spear.
* BraidsOfAction: Two hip-length plaits of blonde hair.
* CastFromHitPoints: "Sacrificial Blessing" ensures that the next attack which should KO her, as well as possibly some of her teammates, will instead cause [[BackFromTheDead restoration to 25% health]]. However, she loses 25% of her total health to cast this buff.
* TheComicallySerious: Reserved, stoic, and noble, even in the face of completely irreverent blue-collar foes like the Wrecking Crew.
* DesperationAttack: "Geirr" does more damage when she has lower health.
* ICallItVera[=/=]ADogNamedDog: Her sword, Dragonfang, which in the comics is made from an actual dragon fang.
* MultiMeleeMaster: She carries a spear and a sword. When she wants to draw Dragonfang, she [[JuggleFu throws her spear into the air]] long enough to use her sword, then catches it afterward.
* TakingTheBullet: Her "Shield-Maiden" passive causes her to protect allies if they are low on health.
* SuperHeroGods
* WildCard: Her protective passive ability will activate randomly, and only on allies in danger of being knocked out.

!!Wonder Man
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-->"You've got a lot of talented people here, Agent. I'm not sure how much I can bring to the table...But if you want me, I'm in."

->''In a bid to destroy the Avengers from within, Baron Zemo performed ionic energy experiments on a man named Simon Williams. The experiments succeeded beyond Zemo's wildest dreams, transforming Simon into a being of superhuman strength and durability. Simon was welcomed into the Avengers as Wonder Man and became a spy for HYDRA. Later, he threw off HYDRA's control, saving the Avengers and truly becoming one of them. While his nigh-invulnerability has let him overcome physical challenges with ease, he continues to struggle with the ethics of using his tremendous gifts, endeavoring to pressure his humanity in the face of his own immortality.''\\
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''Main article: WonderMan''
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* BackFromTheDead: Not applicable as an in-game mechanic, but Wonder Man has returned from presumed death several times in his comic book (and Avengers Alliance) backstory.
* BadassInDistress: In Spec Ops 10, which introduced him, he spends the first act weakened from an explosion and the second in a coma. Fortunately by Act 3 he's recovered and ready to go.
* BecomingTheMask: When he first joined the Avengers, he was meant to be spy for HYDRA but he later saves the Avengers, actually becoming one of them.
* CainAndAbel: His brother is the Grim Reaper.
* {{Determinator}}: The lower his health is, the higher his attack and defense.
* [[EnergyBeings Energy Being]]: His body is actually comprised of pure ionic energy.
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: Red colored.
* HealingFactor: Activated with his 'Wonders Never Cease' ultimate, which restores some health and allows him to heal even further if he protects allies from attacks.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Beast. They even have a special teamup bonus, Rad Bromance.
* ImmuneToBullets: In fact, he's immune to all damage over time debuffs.
* LeeroyJenkins: Had to be actively told not to try to single-handedly take on the swarm of bad guys invading his company while he was weakened by an explosion. His Ion Tamer passive will frequently make him [[TakingTheBullet throw himself into the path of enemy fire]] even when he's near death or in other cases where it would be wiser for someone else to take the hit, ''most especially if the attackers are Blasters''.
* TakingTheBullet: Automatically protects allies against single-target attacks with his Ion Tamer passive.
* SuperEmpowering: Like Thundra, Simon can give himself random buffs by using his basic 'Ionic Punch' attack.
* WhoWantsToLiveForever

!!X-23
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-->"...Logan said you could use some help. If he trusts you, so do I."

->''Laura Kinney is a female clone of Wolverine, conditioned to be the ultimate living weapon by a mysterious organization known as The Facility. She possesses adamantium claws in her hands and feet, and her mutant healing factor makes her extremely difficult to kill. Having escaped the abuse of her creators, X-23 has found a new home at the Avengers Academy, where she has begun to determine the course of her life.''\\
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''Main article: ComicBook/{{X-23}}''
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* ActionGirl
* BackFromTheDead: Her rapid healing factor not only grants her a chance to survive fatal injuries, but she can also block other resurrection abilities with her Assassin's Strike and thus subvert this trope.
* BareYourMidriff: To match her typical depiction in comics.
* TheBerserker: When Trigger Scent activates on an opponent, she is forced to attack them instead of other enemies and has a high chance of doing a follow-up attack on all bleeding targets.
* CuteBruiser: Small but tough, thanks to her regenerative abilities.
* CoupDeGrace: As mentioned above, she can KO near-death targets and make sure they stay down.
* FinishingMove: Assassin's Strike does so little damage that it is only a worthwhile move when using it will bring an opponent's health below 30% (since the Fatal Blow debuff immediately defeats regular enemies and greatly injures bosses with low health).
* HealingFactor: Allows her to survive knockout blows, and reduces the effects of bleeding and poison.
* KickChick: "Blades of Rage" and "Made for Walking" (devastating and scary attacks, both) involve her bladed toes.
* OppositeSexClone: Of Wolverine.
* UnstoppableRage: When she gains the Berserker Rage buff, she gains a high chance to do a follow-up attack on all bleeding targets.
* WolverineClaws: Two on each hand and a third near her toes, for lethal kicks.
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!!Scrappers
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[[LightningBruiser Scrappers]] deal an [[AttackAttackAttack extra blow]] if attacking Infiltrators. Consists of heroes who balance powerful yet speedy beatdowns.

'''Characters:''' ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}, SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}, ComicBook/GhostRider, [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]], {{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}}, [[NewMutants Magik]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Omega Sentinel]], {{Quicksilver}}, [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Sabretooth]], [[ComicBook/XForce Shatterstar]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Sif]], ComicBook/SpiderWoman, ComicBook/SquirrelGirl, [[ComicBook/TheInvaders Union Jack]], ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}.

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!!Daredevil
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-->"My first responsibility is to the people in my neighborhood, Agent. But if you need me, I'll be there."

->''Blinded by radioactive material when he was young, Matt Murdock nevertheless went on to become a skillful lawyer. As Daredevil, he puts his superhumanly enhanced senses and incredible martial-arts skills to service protecting the people of Hell's Kitchen and New York City.''\\
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''Main article: Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}''
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* AlliterativeName
* AmbulanceChaser: Lawyer by day, vigilante by night. He actually [[AvertedTrope isn't one]], since he's a defense attorney, but it's the name of the Team-Up Bonus he shares with She-Hulk.
* ArchEnemy: Bullseye.
* BadassBookworm
* DarkIsNotEvil: Dressed like the devil but he fights against evil and serves the innocent.
* DatingCatwoman: His relationship with Elektra.
* DisabilitySuperpower: His radar sense allows him to hit targets which are concealed and counter when attacked. He is also immune to attacks that Blind sighted characters.
* HandicappedBadass: He is completely blind.
* {{Ninja}}: Fights with kicks and a manrikigusari (a pair of billy clubs connected by a chain, which he can also use separately).
* RedHeadedHero
* SuperSenses

!!Deadpool
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-->"What a bargain right? I mean way better than Wolverine! [[MediumAwareness That guy's a waste of 90CP]]. Who needs claws when you have pouches?!"

->''Is this an interrogation? I bet you want me to tell you that I am a wise-cracking mercenary with a regenerative healing factor - basically a better version of Wolverine. Or you want me to say I have a keen sense of fashion and a gorgeous face. Well I'm not going to! This 'Merc With a Mouth' is keeping his mouth shut this time!''\\
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''Main article: SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}''
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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: Who puts a rubber ducky on their {{BFG}}? I do!
* {{BFG}}: I'm so happy to see Playdom gave me one, combining all of SHIELD's toys into what looks like those multicolored-spandex teams use.
* BlackComedy: I keep forgetting my friends can't heal their wounds whenever they get mauled. Oh well, c'est la vie.
* {{Combos}}: Nothing gon' happen with my later moves unless you use the earlier ones first, you dummy!
* CosmeticAward: If some guy, of either side, makes some cool move, I will gave him one "like". Hey, wait, what do you mean "cosmetic award"? Those "like" have an important purpose! Just like the ones in Facebook! (note to myself: give one "like" to my own comment)
* DualWielding: Sword or gun, I'm just that skilled.
* HealingFactor: I see green boxes everytime I get hit!
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: How ''dare'' you call me a double agent! For me, infatuation and friends always come first. My pal Bob from HYDRA says hello.
* HollywoodHacking: I can surf the web while waiting for my turn, hacking down enemies' stats at laughable levels!
* FunPersonified: I know I'm funny from the first time you saw me. If not, I'll let my guns talk to you.
* GunsAkimbo: 'cause holding two guns makes you super cool, which I am.
* KatanasAreJustBetter: Just swinging these sharp and pointy things makes me see dead people.
* IllNeverTellYouWhatImTellingYou: There's no way that I'm going to tell you how awesome I am!
* LeetLingo: Being OP or Imba? Me and 31337 tropers like this!
* MediumAwareness: Did you win me or buy me? Just wondering.
* MoreDakka: Bang! Bang! Bang!
* {{Nerf}}: I enjoy throwing a toy bat around to intimidate my opponents! I still have to complain why the bat also hits me out of nowhere.
* NinetiesAntiHero: You might hate that RobLiefeld guy, but I love him because he gave me lots of pouches!
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: There are no crowbars around, so why not smash 'em with my own lifebar?
* RandomEffectSpell: Cuz the Internet is random! So am I!
* StatusBuffDispel: Nuh-uh! No green boxes for you!
* UnpredictableResults: I could randomly debuff my enemies to death...or I could nerf myself for the lulz.
* ThrowAwayGuns: My empty guns are still useful for one last whack on my enemies!
* {{Troll}}: Still waiting for the devs to make me even better at what Wolverine does and rename the game "Marvel Deadpool's Alliance".

!!Ghost Rider
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-->"Mephisto doesn't own me any more. You helped remind him of that. Looks like you and me'll be riding together awhile."

->''To save his adopted father, Johnny Blaze made a pact with the demon Mephisto. In return, the motorcycle stuntman would become Mephisto's emissary, the Spirit of Vengeance: the Ghost Rider. With his living chains, hellfire, and supernatural strength, Ghost Rider is the bane of all who cause others pain.''\\
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''Main article: Comicbook/GhostRider''
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* BackFromTheDead: Once per turn, he can survive a fatal blow.
* BadassBiker: Appears in this game riding his signature hellfire motorbike, which he uses to inflict various debuffs on his opponents.
* ChainPain: One of his weapons is a VariableLengthChain.
* ChargedAttack: Can gather stacks of "Sin" from enemies using his "Burn Out" ultimate to boost his damage with "Vengeance" buffs, or remove all stacks of "Sin" from an opponent with "Penance Stare" ForMassiveDamage.
* CoolBike: He rides his flame-wheeled Hellcycle into battle.
* DamageIncreasingDebuff: Each stack of the "Sin" debuff, which he can place on enemies with either his "Damnation Chains" basic attack or "Eye of Judgment" passive, reduces an opponent's defence by 10%.
* DarkIsNotEvil: Black leather. Flaming skull for a head. Fights with the power of Hell. Good guy.
* DeadlyGaze: "Penance Stare" allows him to look at his opponent's eyes and allows them to feel the pain they have inflicted.
* DealWithTheDevil: Ghost Rider is empowered through a demonic pact "Infernal Contract".
* FlamingHair: Bordering on WreathedInFlames.
* HellBentForLeather
* {{Hellfire}}: Most of his attacks deal damage of this sort.
* StatusBuffDispel: Using Soulfire debuffs from Damnation Chains and Highway to Hell.

!!Iron Fist
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-->"You are doing excellent work, Agent. I'm proud to be part of it."

->''Orphaned as a boy, Danny Rand was granted the powers of the Iron Fist as he achieved adulthood. Often partnering with Luke Cage, he is a master of K'un-Lun martial arts and can focus the superhuman energy of the Iron Fist to fight, protect, or heal.''\\
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''Main article: ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist''
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* AnimalMotif: The dragon.
* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Uses his skill in martial arts to perform superhuman feats, including powerful attacks, healing and self-buffing.
* CombatMedic: He can use his chi to heal either one or all allies, as well as remove or prevent debuffs.
* CoupDeGrace: With Hidden Potential, ''K'un L'un Combo' becomes 'Five Fingers of Death', one of the highest-damage attacks that possesses the Fatal Blow debuff.
* KiAttacks: All of Danny's attacks and buffs are made possible by his chi control.
* PowerUp: Danny's 'Heart of Shou-Lao' ultimate grants him a massive stat boost, and can even boost his other attacks (see below).
* StanceSystem: Using 'Heart of Shou-Lao' with Danny's Heroic Age alt unlocks upgraded moves for the next turn.
* SuperMode: Using 'Heart of Shou-Lao' when Iron Fist has his Heroic Age alt massively upgrades his other attacks for the next turn (for example, 'Healing Chi' becomes 'Praying Lotus', healing all alies instead of just one and preventing instead of simply removing debuffs).
* SupernaturalMartialArts: By focusing his chi, Danny can pack a big punch with his Iron Fist.
* SupernaturalSensitivity: There are hints he has some of this, as when Nick Fury sent him out to see if he could detect members of the Circle of Eight.

!!Luke Cage
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-->"I spent my life sweeping trash off the streets of this city. Iso-8 just means we got a different kind of trash. Let's get to it."

->''Wrongfully imprisoned, Carl Lucas agreed to be an experimental subject in exchange for an early parole. The experiment went haywire, but Lucas emerged from it as Luke Cage, with superhuman strength and density, skin that can deflect a bullet and peerless street-fighting abilities.''\\
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''Main article: LukeCageHeroForHire''
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* BaldOfAwesome
* CoolShades: Sports a downplayed version of these.
* CounterAttack: He counters any attacker with a In Your Face debuff on them.
* GroundPunch: His Level 2 attack, ironically called GroundPound instead.
* SuperToughness: His Unbreakable Skin makes him immune to bleeding and have a very high crit restistance.
* TakingTheBullet: Has the ability to block enemy attacks.

!!Magik
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-->"I'll go to hell and back for you, Agent. It's easy."

->''Abducted into the demonic realm of the Limbo as a child, Illyana Rasputin eventually came to rule it through her mutant powers of teleportation and her gift for sorcery. Though she has friends in the X-Men, especially her brother Colossus, she will always carry a piece of hell with her.''
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* ActionGirl
* AssistCharacter: As the Ruler of Limbo, Magik can summon demons to attack or counterattack her foes.
* BlackMagic
* ChargedAttack: Can generate Soul Charges by using 'Soulsword' or 'Stepping Disc', granting fancy upgrades to her other attacks.
* DarkIsNotEvil: At least, we hope...
* FlamingSword: Her Soulsword.
* InstantRunes
* StatusBuffDispel: With the Soulfire debuff from Unleash Hell.
* SummonMagic: She can call demons to attack enemies.

!!Omega Sentinel
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-->"I remember now. I remember being with my family, being...human. I'll never get back what they took from me, Agent, but perhaps now I can find a new path. Thank you."

->''Formerly a detective in the Indian National Police, Karima Shapandar was abducted and implanted with Sentinel technology and weapons, turning her into an anti-mutant sleeper agent. Known as the Omega Sentinel, she fought the Avengers until her human mind was restored to her by Tony Stark. She now fights on the side of the Avengers, hoping to reclaim ownership of her destiny.''
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* ActionGirl
* TheAtoner: Seeks to seize her destiny, despite the horrific transformation she underwent.
* CombatMedic: With the use of nanobots.
* CyberneticsEatYourSoul: Discussed in early encounters with her, but ultimately averted when S.H.I.E.L.D. rescues her.
* {{Cyborg}}
* FlechetteStorm: "Penetrator Darts" strikes all enemies and causes Biofeedback (poison) damage.
* FlyingFirepower
* HeelFaceTurn: Introduced as a villain after her personality was overwritten by her programming, but Stark managed to salvage her humanity.
* {{Hologram}}: Invoked when Karima uses "Hologram Array" and makes the team more likely to dodge attacks.
* HyperspaceArsenal: Darts, plasma blades, hologram projections and healing nanobots, all contained within her metallic frame.
* LaserBlade: Her Scrapper "Plasma Knife" attack.
* LossOfIdentity: She forgot who she was as part of her Sentinel programming.
* {{Nanomachines}}: The basis of her defensive powers.
* NeuroVault: She discovered the Prime Sentinel program, only to realize she was a ManchurianAgent whose anti-mutant programming would kick in if she ever found out about it. Fortunately, her real memories were also stored and she was able to access them once S.H.I.E.L.D. recovered her.
* RobotGirl
* {{Slave Mook|s}}: As a villain.
* StanceSystem: Starts off as a Scrapper (primarily offensive), but can switch to a Bruiser (primarily defensive), and later Tactician (mixed). Each protocol grants her new abilities with the classes.
* ThemeNaming: Her protocols are named after the [[GreekMythology three children of Hyperion]].

!!Quicksilver
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-->"If my father is collecting Iso-8, we need to collect it faster. Fortunately, "faster" is my specialty."

->''Pietro Maximoff grew up an orphan with his twin sister, Scarlet Witch. Her wildly unpredictable powers have led Pietro to protect her throughout his life, with the help of his mutant ability of supersonic speed. At times as arrogant and manipulative as his father Magneto, Quicksilver has been both hero and villain, but has always tried to act in the best interests of his family.''\\
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''Main article: {{Quicksilver}}''
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* CounterAttack: Will counter all opponents with "Tag Team" if attacked while possessing stacks of Quickness.
* ChargedAttack: The damage of his "One Mile Punch" attack is amplified depending on the number of Quickness stacks he has at the moment.
* DeathOfAThousandCuts: Most of his individual blows are weak on their own, but they quickly add up
* FragileSpeedster: His native stats give him high Evasion but low Defense.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Easily annoyed and impatient, and has especially brusque exchanges with Fury and Stark, but he does show genuine concern for his sister and is absolutely on S.H.I.E.L.D.'s side when it comes to the Pulse.
* RapidfireFisticuffs: His "Blinding Punches" technique.
* SpeedBlitz: His signature style is to deliver many attacks very quickly. He also has a high chance to start off a round, and can take 2 turns every round.
* SpinAttack: "Vortex Lariat" sees him spinning about the battleground, potentially stunning opponents.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Often expresses disdain at being dispatched to tasks he believes are beneath him.

!!Sabretooth
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-->"Thanks for letting me out of that cell, Agent. Glad to be on the team. Oh, by the way...If I ever get this bomb out of my head, I'm going to kill ya."

->''Though Victor Creed's mutant healing factor and claws may resemble those of Wolverine, the comparison ends there. Sabretooth is feral, bloodthirsty, and utterly without humanity. These qualities served him well in the Weapon X program, where he and Wolverine forged their mutual hatred. Sabretooth now works for S.H.I.E.L.D., though not by choice; the bomb in his head, implanted by an unknown organization, is the only thing keeping him from killing everyone around him.''
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* AbsurdlySharpClaws: Along with a bomb being implanted in his head, he's also been embedded with Adamantium, making his attacks ignore defense.
* ArchEnemy: to Wolverine
* AttackAttackAttack: With his "Frenzy" move he can take multiple turns with follow-up attacks.
* BlondeGuysAreEvil
* BloodKnight: He enjoys killing quite much.
* ChargedAttack: gains Blood Rage for every stack of Bleeding on the target/s that he attacks; this is best recommended by using Tantrum when the entire enemy team is afflicted with Bleeding. The stack of Blood Rage in turn will raise his attack, as well as increase the damage output of Brutal Slash.
* ContractualBossImmunity: to poison, via his healing factor.
* DisproportionateRetribution: He claims he killed his brother over a slice of pie.
* DuelBoss: Wolverine goes solo against him in the Heroic Battle for 2.1.2, although the difficulty is amped up by Sabretooth being fought in [[SequentialBoss three waves]].
* EvilCounterpart: to Wolverine
* HealingFactor
* TokenEvilTeammate: The only reason he's joined S.H.I.E.L.D. because he has bomb planted in his head that forces him to do this. He even states if weren't for the bomb, he would be smearing the Agent all over the walls.
* UnexpectedCharacter: because of his reputation, he's the ''last'' villain you'll ever expect to be available for Lockbox recruitment.
* WhyAmITicking: the in-universe explanation for his current alliance with S.H.I.E.L.D.

!!Shatterstar
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-->"I've heard you have a problem with your enemies and Iso-8, Agent. You'll be happy to know I'm carrying [[{{BFS}} the solution]] right here."

->''A refugee from an alien dimension, Shatterstar was genetically engineered to excel at gladiatorial battles for the entertainment of his creators. He broke free of his slavery and escaped to this universe, where he became a member of X-Factor. His mastery of hand-to-hand combat is enhanced by his mutant ability to convert sonic waves into vibratory energy.''
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* AbsurdlySharpBlade: So sharp that they are capable of not just penetrating shields, but ''destroying them altogether''.
* [[CoolSword Cool Swords]]: 4 blades, to be precise; a pair of single edged swords, wielded together with spiked hand guards.
* DamageIncreasingDebuff: Each stack of the Pain debuff increases damage on the target by 8%.
* DualWielding
* FreakyFridayFlip: A genetically-engineered gladiator killed in the alternate dimension of Mojoworld, but whose soul was later transferred into the body of a comatose mutant {{Doppelganger}}.
* NinetiesAntiHero
* ProudWarriorRaceGuy: Was bred for GladiatorGames and taught that the ways of a warrior was honourable.

!!Sif
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-->"Asgard wishes it to be known that they support S.H.I.E.L.D.. I will represent the Rainbow Bridge and all the Aesir in this war."

->''The Asgardian warrior Sif is sister to Heimdall and close companion to Thor. She is a relentless warrior and has fought as Asgard's champion on numerous occasions. Sif is more closely tied to Midgard than any other Asgardian save Thor, and has come to love some humans. Her sword is able to cut through the barriers between dimensions.''
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* ActionGirl
* BadassCape: A red one that matches the sleeves under her armor.
* BloodKnight: She's in the field to fight. Whenever she's dispatched to tasks outside of combat, her dialogue shows nothing but impatience and irritation.
* CoolHelmet: With her Classic costume, she has a headpiece which looks like a stylized set of wings.
* CoolSword: Even cooler in her Modern Armor costume, where it has a sculpted look.
* TheComicallySerious: As with Valkyrie and Thor, she takes herself very seriously.
* OnlyOneName
* ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks: Her aptly-named "Flying Sword" attack. The sword invariably [[PrecisionGuidedBoomerang bounces back and returns to her hand]].
* SuperHeroGods

!!Spider-Woman
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-->"S.H.I.E.L.D. and I haven't always seen eye to eye, Agent. If ever there was a time to mend fences, though, this is it. I'm in."

->''Suffering from uranium poisoning as a young girl, Jessica Drew was at the point of death when her geneticist father injected her with a serum derived from spider venom. After decades in stasis as the serum took hold, Jessica re-awoke into the contemporary world with tremendous powers. Initially trained by Hydra, she rebelled against them and joined S.H.I.E.L.D., where she's a valued asset.''\\
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''Main article: Comicbook/SpiderWoman''
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* ActionGirl
* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: A spider theme in her costume and the ability to inflict Poison.
* EspeciallyZoidberg: in her Heroic Battle, it was mentioned that Jessica never liked AIM, but that she likes M.O.D.O.K. even less.
* FlyingFirepower: As with Ms. Marvel, she has a mix of distance attacks and quick punches.
* SmellsSexy: Her fear pheromones allure and intimidate opponents, lowering their stats.

!!Squirrel Girl
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-->"My furry buddies here say that you're doing a great job, Agent! ...Seriously, you should be flattered. They're not easy to impress!"

->''At the humble beginning of her career, Doreen Green attempted to become Iron Man's sidekick. Afterwards, she quickly came into her own, becoming a legendary icon of superhuman power. Though her powers of agility and command over squirrels may seem unimpressive to the uneducated eye, she's proven herself one of the most powerful warriors in the world, having easily defeated Wolverine, Deadpool, Dr. Doom, Terrax, and even Thanos.''\\
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''Main article: Comicbook/SquirrelGirl''
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* ActionGirl
* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: Obviously.
* AssistCharacter: Her level 2 move ''Furry Fury'' has a bunch of squirrels rain on the opponent, while her level 9 ultimate ''Wrath of the Raging Squirrel'' sees squirrels scatter from the enemy after the attack ends.
* BadassFurry: Well-recognized as single-handedly defeating Dr. Doom and rescuing Stark in the process. The latter is not too amused.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Perky, sweet and The Slayer of All That Breathes.
* DeathOfAThousandCuts: Her clawing attacks stack up in damage, while ''Furry Fury'' rains a dray of squirrels on the opponent.
** ''Wrath of the Raging Squirrel'' takes the trope literally as she moves toward the opponent for a barrage of slashes, bypassing any revival buffs her target may have.
* FightingClown
* GroinAttack: Her first attack is a thick blur of hits that ends with a brutal knee to the cajones. Trust Squirrel Girl to go for the [[VisualPun nuts]] first...
* TheMinionMaster: Can communicate with hordes of squirrels and can summon them to attack enemies.
* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Her ''Wrath of the Raging Squirrel'' attack sees the screen turn dark while damage is dealt to an opponent.
* ShoutOut: Her final move is named ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterIV Wrath of the Raging Squirrel]]'', complete with its infamous traits.
* SpeaksFluentAnimal: Her Covert Ops sees her talking to squirrels through a modified version of Hank Pym's ant-communication device.
* VisualPun: Her moves and passives are named after puns regarding squirrels, fur or nuts.

!!Union Jack
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-->"If Cap's on your side, you must be doing something right, Agent. Count me in."

->''When war threatened Britain, James Falsworth swore to defend his country, and donned the costume of Union Jack. He is skilled at all forms of combat, specializing in pistols, daggers, and other weapons of espionage. A close friend of Captain America, James has fought alongside Rogers to protect the British Isles on numerous occasions.''
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* BadassNormal: Fights with nothing more than his expertise in various combat techniques, both ranged and melee.
* CaptainGeographic: His moves and buffs are reminiscent of World War II-era British sayings.
* CaptainPatriotic: Fights to defend Britain from foreign invaders.
* LegacyCharacter: Zigzagged. The in-game bio identifies the Union Jack in Avengers Alliance as the original WWII combatant James Falsworth, who is even given the War Buddies teamup bonus with Wolvie and Cap. However, in a bit of disconuity the dialogue in Season 2 Mission 1-3 has him introduce himself as 'Joey', or the Joseph Chapman version of Union Jack instead.
* TheMusketeer
* StatusBuffDispel: Can do this by kicking and slashing at his enemies with "Over the Top".
* StiffUpperLip: Even invoked in the name of his melee-countering buff.
* StockBritishPhrases: In the names of all his moves and passives.
* SwordAndGun
* [[ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks Throwing Your Dagger Always Works]]: For his "Over the Top" attack, he throws his dagger at foes before executing a series of physical blows.
* [[WearingAFlagOnYourHead Wearing a Flag on Your Entire Body]]: The Union Jack design on his bodysuit.

!!Wolverine
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-->"If the world hasn't ended already, I'll pitch in to keep it spinning a little longer."

->''Born in 19th century Canada, James 'Logan' Howlett was a frail child. His mutant abilities did not manifest themselves until adolescence, after which he became a drifter and soldier. He drew the attention of several shadowy black-ops organizations, and suffered experimental procedures that bonded Adamantium to his skeleton and claws. Now a committed member of the X-Men, Wolverine carries a mortal grudge against Victor Creed, better known as Sabretooth.''\\
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''Main article: {{Wolverine}}''
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* AnimalThemedSuperbeing
* BackFromTheDead: Has a chance to survive a KO due to his healing factor.
* TheBerserker: The lower his health is, the more likely he will brutally counterattack his enemies.
* HealingFactor: Allows him to survive knockout blows, and reduces the effects of bleeding and poison.
* SneakAttack: His "Feral Ambush" attack, which is stealthy and grants a chance for him to stun his target.
* TakingTheBullet: His "Come At Me, Bub!" passive causes him to randomly protect allies from single-target attacks.
* WildCard: When you attack his team, he may either protect teammates, counterattack you...or do both. This is even more prevalent when he's wearing his alternate Brown-and-Tan outfit, where he can even get an extra turn on top of protecting teammates or counterattacking foes thru that outfit's "The Best There Is" passive.
* WolverineClaws
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!!Infiltrators
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[[FragileSpeedster Infiltrators]] trigger {{counter attack}} mode if attacking or attacked by a Tactician. Includes heroes known for their stealth and agility.

'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/{{Venom}} Agent Venom]], [[ComicBook/SpiderMan Black Cat]], ComicBook/BlackWidow, ComicBook/{{Elektra}}, ComicBook/{{Gambit}}, [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Invisible Woman]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Kitty Pryde, Nightcrawler, Psylocke]], [[ComicBook/GhostRider Satana]], ComicBook/SpiderMan, [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Spiral]], [[ComicBook/AvengersAcademy Tigra]], [[TheWasp Wasp]].

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!!Agent Venom
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--> Recruit Text here

->''Ironically, Peter Parker's worst enemy and Spider-Man's greatest fan are the same person: Eugene "Flash" Thompson. After losing his legs while serving in the military, Flash's superiors made him an offer he couldn't refuse: To become the next host of the Venom symbiote, turning him into a super-solder with enhanced strength, agility, and, most importantly to Flash...the ability to walk again. However, the deal was not without peril; as Agent Venom, Flash must maintain constant mental discipline, lest the alien symbiote seize control of his body and dominate him forever.''
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* AdaptiveArmor: The symbiote is always this only it take on the appearance of body armor.
* AscendedFanboy: he's Spidey's biggest fan, and he became the new Venom to have a chance to walk in the footsteps of his hero.
* ContinuityNod: one of his abilities is "Go Long", a nod to his football career.
* DarkIsNotEvil
* HealingFactor: His Symbiotic Relationship passive, gradually grants health over combat and has chance to remove debuffs each round.
* HeroicHost
* LegacyCharacter: he's the fourth Venom; overlapping with RedeemingReplacement, he's the most unambiguously heroic of them all.
* MilitarySuperHero
* [[SpikesOfVillainy Spikes of Heroism]]
* SplitPersonalityTakeOver: If an ally is hit, he gains a chance to go Out of Control (or indefinitely if their KO'ed) and becomes Classic Venom with [[StanceSystem a new moveset]].
* SuperPoweredEvilSide
* SuperSoldier

!!Black Cat
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-->"I'm not much of a joiner, Agent. But I'll do what's needed."

->''Child of a notorious cat burglar, Felicia Hardy took to the family business and adopted the persona of Black Cat to convince her adversaries that tangling with her would bring bad luck. She's not a burglar anymore (much), but she's still got the speed, power and reflexes of her namesake, enhanced by devices in her costume.''
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* ActionGirl
* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: The black cat, complete with "bad luck" associations.
* CatGirl: Made more obvious in her "Claws" alt, which includes costume cat ears.
* ClassyCatBurglar: Obviously.
* ImpossiblyLowNeckline: Especially the "Claws" outfit.
* SpyCatsuit: In both alts, but her "Classic" costume has the stereotypical zipper up the front, pulled down to a daring extent.
* WindsOfDestinyChange: Can give enemies the Unlucky debuff to make them miss more and dodge less, as well as greatly boost her own stats with Stroke of Luck.

!!Black Widow
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-->"Agent. I owe you one. Good to be a part of the team."

->''A genetically enhanced superspy product of KGB experimentation, Natasha Alianova escaped her Soviet masters and transformed herself into a valued S.H.I.E.L.D. operative. Superbly skilled in martial arts and a wide variety of customized weapons, she is the perfect infiltrator.''\\
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* ActionGirl
* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: She has a subtle spider theme, usually the red "hourglass" on her belt, and a ranged "Widow's Bite" attack which can be devastating.
* ArmCannon: She has a pair of bracelets that launch her "Widow's Bite" or pinpoint a desired target.
* DamageIncreasingDebuff: She places the "Marked for Revenge" debuff on the latest opponent that attacks her, increasing all damage the target receives by 30%.
* DoubleAgent: As a nod to the comics. Depending on the class, her Infiltrator Grey Suit allows her to take an extra turn against targeted opponents (as Tacticians would attack Blasters), while Tactician Grey Suit allows her to counterattack and move stealthily (as Infiltrators counter Tacticians).
* OlderThanTheyLook: Her youth is preserved thanks to the Red Room's serum.
* SpyCatsuit: A full-body suit in black or grey is part of all three of her costumes.
* StatusBuffDispel: Made possible with a Flying Kick to the face.
* SuperSerum: Infused with Russia's answer to Captain America's Super-Soldier Serum.

!!Elektra
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-->"Whoever you need killed, I'll do it. Doesn't matter how dangerous it is. Remember, [[BackFromTheDead I've died once already]]. It wasn't that bad."

->''The death of Elektra's father shattered her life of privilege and drove her to become the world's greatest assassin. Her relationship with Daredevil is long and complicated; at times her lover and ally, at others his greatest adversary. Her martial skill is nearly unparalleled, yet her fight against her personal demons is far from over.''

->''Main article: Comicbook/{{Elektra}}''
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* ActionGirl
* BackFromTheDead: And not really sure what to do about that.
* CoupDeGrace: The aptly-named 'Assassinate'.
* DatingCatwoman: Her relationship with Daredevil.
* DesperatelyLookingForAPurposeInLife: She confides to the Agent that she hasn't known who she is or what she should be doing since her father died.
* HeelFaceTurn
* HighlyVisibleNinja: She's a beautiful woman wearing bright red and showing a lot of skin. Yet somehow all of her attacks are stealthy.
* {{Ninja}}
* [[SaiGuy Sai Gal]]
* SneakAttack: Elektra's Way of the Stick passive ensures that all her attacks are permanently stealthy.

!!Gambit
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-->"I hope I'm not too late to the party, ''mon ami''. I'm always up for a good fight.. Consider me your Ace in the hole."

->''Raised as a thief on the streets of New Orleans, Remy [=LeBeau=] made a name for himself with his nimble fingers, irresistible charm, and his mutant ability to charge any object with explosive energy. While he is now a member of the X-Men, he still likes to get out and steal things now and then.''

->''Main article: Comicbook/{{Gambit}}''
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* BadassLongcoat: But of course.
* ChargedAttack: Can gain Kinetic Charges through his basic "Bo Roulette" attack or assisting an ally, increasing his accuracy. These stacks can either be used to gain a free attack with "Ace of Spades", or released all at once to greatly increase the damage of "Ragin Cajun".
* CivvieSpandex: A brown trenchcoat over a body-hugging suit.
* DeathDealer
* FlechetteStorm: "Royal Flush."
* FunetikAksent
* GratuitousFrench: On ocassion.
* HandsomeLech: Gets the "Flirt" team-up bonus.
* SimpleStaff: His bo-staff, which he can charge with Kinetic Energy.
* StatusBuffDispel: Debuffs an entire enemy team with Royal Flush.
* WildCard: His passive ability is literally named this, and gives him a chance to join a teammate's attack or randomly counterattack an enemy.

!!Invisible Woman
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-->"You can count on the Fantastic Four whenever you need to call us in."

->''Sue Storm accompanied Reed Richards, Ben Grimm, and her brother Johnny on the maiden flight of Reed's first spacecraft. The cosmic ray storm that created the rest of the Fantastic Four left her with the ability to become invisible and to project psionic force fields. She married Reed Richards after the founding of the Fantastic Four.''
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* ActionGirl
* BarrierWarrior: The master. She can easily stack multiple shields on herself (depending on uniform) and put extras on the rest of her team. She can also use a force barrier as an offensive move to prevent an enemy from attacking.
* InstantArmor: In her Future Foundation suit, Sue and her teammates have a high chance to reactively create a dampening force barrier when attacked, reducing the damage taken from subsequent attacks.
* LadyOfWar: She is elegant in motion and attacks from range while showing enemies her BadassBack.
* [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Woman]]: Of the Fantastic Four; Sue is the StraightMan to Reed's overly clinical and science-oriented demeanour, Ben's snarky irreverence and Johnny's hotheaded brashness.
* MindOverMatter: Her force constructs are psionically generated.
* VisibleInvisibility: Type 3 for her attacks, and Type 5 when her Invisibility passive activates.

!!Kitty Pryde
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-->"If we're going after Magneto, I'm all yours. And if we're not, I'll still pitch in when you need me."

->''Gifted with the mutant ability to phase the material of her own body and other physical objects, Kitty Pryde can walk through walls or render her enemies' weapons useless. Her alternate names -- Ariel, Sprite, Shadowcat -- are as mutable as her form.''
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* ActionGirl
* AssistCharacter: Her ShoulderSizedDragon Lockheed, who may randomly counterattack foes which attack Kitty or come out at her command.
* CuteBruiser: She's small and pretty, but she hits hard. Her tanking ability comes courtesy of her Phasing powers.
* IntangibleMan: When Phased.
* {{Ninja}}: Her fighting style combines martial arts with her ability to phase through solid surfaces and come up behind an enemy.
* SneakAttack: She has an attack literally named this. Ironically, it's not actually stealthy, but it does hit very hard.

!!Nightcrawler
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-->"It's going to take everything we've got to meet this threat. But as the Germans say: ''Ende gut, alles gut''."

->''Born of a liaison between a disguised Mystique and the demon Azazel, Kurt Wagner was raised in a gypsy circus before being rescued from a homicidal mob by Professor Xavier. His powers of teleportation, climbing, and camouflage make him a superior spy, and his hand-to-hand combat skills are enhanced by the strength of his prehensile tail.''
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* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: He has dark blue skin.
* BilingualBonus: Occasionally spouts off German phrases as seen in his recruitment dialogue
* DarkIsNotEvil: As in the comics, his demonic appearance masks his good heart.
* SneakAttack: All his attacks are stealthy.
* TakingTheBullet: His "Noble Sacrifice" passive allows for Nightcrawler to block single or area attacks at random.
* TeleportSpam: Since his revamp, his teleport attacks have a chance of a follow-up strike to enemies with debuffs.
* WildCard: The aforementioned "Noble Sacrifice", combined with a chance to avoid attacks through his "Whiff of Brimstone" passive, very much make him one.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: And blue skin. And a blue tail...

!!Psylocke
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-->"Don't mind that tingle in the back of your mind, Agent. That's just me watching your back."

->''Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock is the twin sister of Brian Braddock, aka Captain Britain. Originally a charter pilot and model, Betsy developed mutant Psychic abilities which she used to join the X-Men as Psylocke. Saving her teammates from the Reavers, and found unconscious on the coasts of Japan, Psylocke's mind and soul were swapped with that of a dying Japanese assassin.''
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* ActionGirl
* AnimalMotif: Butterflies, which appear on her face when she uses her telepathic powers.
* EnergyWeapon: Her katana and psychic knives are projections of her mental powers.
* FlamingSword: The look of her psychic weapons.
* FreakyFridayFlip: British girl stuck in the body of a Japanese ninja.
* HighlyVisibleNinja: A ninja in skimpy dress, with purple/hot pink color motifs.
* KatanasAreJustBetter: Telekinetically charged makes it even better.
* {{Ninja}}: She shares the "Shinobi" bonus with martial artists like Daredevil.
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Aristocratic, purple-haired, telepathic and later telekinetic British mutant who was also part-Otherworld, who served as a model, pilot, X-Man and even one-time bearer of the Captain Britain title. She was then trapped in a Japanese Hand assassin's body later destroyed and reconstructed by her reality-warping brother, lost her memory and sight temporarily, and absorbed the psyche of the woman she swapped bodies with.
* {{Stripperific}}: Goes into combat in her infamous purple leotard.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: As always, her hip-length tresses are a purplish color.

!!Satana
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-->"You've been so good to me, Agent. I suppose I can stay awhile longer. Just make sure you keep me entertained. I get hungry when I'm bored."

->''While her brother Daimon rejected his demonic parentage, Satana Hellstrom embraced it wholeheartedly. Trained in the black arts by her father's demonic subjects, she preys on unsuspecting men and feeds on their souls. After she discovered Mephisto's plans to harvest her life essence, she fled the infernal realms to seek protection from S.H.I.E.L.D....though she is anything but repentant.''
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* AbsoluteCleavage
* ActionGirl
* AssistCharacter: Satana can summon a Tactician demon; the more debuffed she is, the more powerful the effect becomes.
* BlackMagic
* CoupDeGrace: 'Soul Kiss' drains an enemy's health, and has the Fatal Blow debuff as well.
* EvilRedhead
* ForTheEvulz: She knows that sucking out men's souls is bad, but nevertheless enjoys it because it gives her great pleasure.
* GlassCannon: With enough debuffs applied on her, she can dish out plenty of damage, but applying Bane and Sin on herself increases all damage dealt to her.
* HalfHumanHybrid
* HeelFaceTurn
* {{Hellfire}}
* HornyDevils: She is ''very'' suggestive in her dialogues.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Well, she does have 'Satan' in her name.
* PlayingWithFire
* PowerAtAPrice: Can give her team buffed stats, ironically by applying debuffs on them. She can also apply Bane and Sin on herself to increase the potency of her attacks, while increasing her own fragility at the same time.
* SelfProclaimedLiar
* StatusBuffDispel: She has a chance to randomly inflict Soulfire with her attacks when inflicted with Bane, via her Sinful Thoughts passive.
* TokenEvilTeamMate: She outright says that she can't be trusted and she will betray you when it's convenient for her.
* UnusualEyebrows: Of the swooped variety.
* TheVamp

!!Spider-Man
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-->"Hey, I was hoping I wouldn't be the last one asked to dance. Point me at the bad guys and let's go!"

->''Raised by his Uncle Ben and Aunt May after his parents died, young Peter Parker was a shy but funny boy unexpectedly transformed by the bite of a radioactive spider. He learned a hard lesson when his indifference caused Uncle Ben's death, and since then has been a dedicated fighter for what's right. And what's funny.''\\
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''Main article: ComicBook/SpiderMan''
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* AllWebbedUp: Spidey can web up his targets, which reduces an enemy's attack and defense.
* AnimalThemedSuperbeing
* BoringButPractical: Maybe he's not as flashy or cool as the other 90 CP heroes, and it's kind of a weak slow starter, but he has the possibility to unlock two epic bosses and a premium mission, and when powered up with enough evasion/strength [=ISOs=] can decimate the rival team while countering every attack, and taking extra turns.
* DeadpanSnarker: But of course.
* FunPersonified: Your friendly neighborhood wisecracker.
* TakingTheBullet: Has a chance to protect allies from attacks, increasing the power of his next attack.
* WildCard: The above protect passive activates randomly.

!!Spiral
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-->"Shall we dance together on the battlefield, my dear Agent? Don't worry, I'll show you the steps. Just try to keep up."

->''Once a talented stuntwoman named Rita Wayword, Spiral was kidnapped and genetically transformed into a six-armed assassin by extra-dimensional aliens. The experience damaged her sanity but granted her potent magical abilities. Though both her motives and loyalty are questionable, Spiral's powers are such that having her as an ally is worth the risk...simply to avoid making her an enemy.''
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* ActionGirl
* ConfusionFu: As befitting a dancer, AI Spiral can be unpredictable. Using either of her levels 1, 2 or 9 attacks would change her level 6 ability, opening up more options for her in battle.
* {{Cyborg}}: Due to her cybernetic arm implants.
* DualWielding
* DanceBattler
* DarkIsNotEvil: Like Satana though, her loyalty is questionable.
* KameHameHadoken: exhibits the famous release gesture when using Time Spiral.
* MagicKnight: She uses both magic and swords quite well.
* MultiArmedAndDangerous
* PowerNullifier: Flashbolt applies Depower to an enemy, making them no longer applying status effects for 1 round.
* UnwillingRoboticisation: She was the victim of this, which turned her into a six-armed assassin. Then later she did this to others while she ran the Body Shoppe in the Mojo universe.

!!Tigra
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-->"Pretty sure I've got at least three or four lives left in me, Agent. I can spare one for a good cause."

->''A mystic ritual gave Greer Nelson razor sharp claws, enhanced senses, and the strength and speed of a tiger. But it also gave her a primal instinct that she has struggled to control ever since. Whether as part of the Avengers or not, Tigra's passion for justice has carried her through her toughest battles.''
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* AbsurdlySharpClaws: Razor Claws and Frenzy applies Shred to enemy targets who are immune to bleeding.
* ActionGirl
* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: Orange with blue tiger stripes.
* CatGirl
* DoesNotLikeShoes: Fights barefoot, probably to take advantage of the long claws on her feet.
* NaturalWeapon: Most of her attacks involve rending her enemies with her claws.
* PettingZooPeople: Thanks to her tiger amulet. Her [=Marvel XP=] dossier clarifies that she can be a normal human whenever she wishes, but she likes her catlike form.
* {{Stripperific}}: Goes into battle in a blue bikini.

!!Wasp
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-->"You may not always see me, but I'll always be there, Agent. Count on it."

->''To avenge the murder of her father, Janet Van Dyne sought the aid of Dr. Henry Pym, better known as Ant-Man. Pym's treatments allowed her to grow or shrink in size, and gave the ability to fly and fire bursts of bioelectric energy. In time she left Pym's shadow to become a hero and leader in her own right, and one of the most steadfast members of the Avengers. She was one of the founders of the Avengers.''\\
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''Main article: TheWasp''
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* ActionGirl
* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: Like the wasp, she stings and distracts her foes, and in three of her attacks she becomes tiny and flies with a set of grafted wings.
* AscendedGlitch: for a time, Wasp's attack list was suddenly turned into a vertical display, and fans assume that this is Playdom trying to test a new mechanic. Wasp's attack list display would later be fixed, and the vertical display would then be used for the "Multi-Function" passive present in a couple of new items (the Synthetic Cube and the Vigilante Toolkit) and Dr. Voodoo, and for certain StanceSystem-using heroes to change classes faster.
* [[GiantFootOfStomping Giant Fist of Smashing]]: Her "Fist Bump" attack.
* SarcasticDevotee: To Hank Pym. She likes to snark about him to their allies, but will defend and boast about him to their opponents.
* SizeShifter: She prefers to shrink, although she does grows to giant size for her "Fist Bump" ultimate.
* WingedHumanoid: Of the insect-wings variety.
[[/folder]]

!!Generalists
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[[MasterOfNone Generalists]] are neither weak nor strong against a specific class and are all-around heroes. They generally involve all five classes in some way, whether it's switching between them, removing them, or having adaptive counters to them.

'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Angel, Beast]], ComicBook/{{Mockingbird}}, ComicBook/MoonKnight, [[ComicBook/ThePunisher Punisher]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Rogue]].

[[folder: Generalists]]
!!Angel
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-->"I may not be a true angel, but I can see the good in you, Agent. What wounds we find, we will heal together."

->''Warren Worthington III's life of wealth and privilege was changed forever when his mutation manifested and caused wings to sprout from his back. He joined Professor Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters and became a founding member of the X-Men. Later, he was transformed by Apocalypse into an Archangel of Death, only recovering once Apocalypse had been defeated. To this day he carries the mental scars of Apocalypse's brainwashing, as well as the bio-metallic wings that replaced his feathers.''
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* OurAngelsAreDifferent: Warren is not exactly an angel per se (and the metallic wings don't help), but he's descended from the angelic Nephilim race, which explains his healing powers.
* BackFromTheDead: The Benediction buff granted by Angel's 'Impositio Manus' move allows an otherwise knocked-out ally to be restored to 25% health instead.
** Subverted with his X-Force Archangel alts, with the replacement 'Death' attack dealing Fatal Blow and Famine causing the Despair debuff that prevents healing and resurrection effects.
* ChestInsignia: In his default costume, a halo.
* CombatMedic: His entire skillset is focused on boosting his team with buffs, giving them extra turns, or restoring health and stamina. The offensive power is mediocre at best, yet he can neutralize an attacker's class advantages.
** Completely subverted with his X-Force Archangel alts, which is all about preventing buffs and revival.
* PowerNullifier: His Essence Reading passive gives him the chance to preemptively place the Generalized debuff on attackers, removing class advantages.
** The Nanoplague debuff inflicted by his Archangel alt's 'Pestilence' attack blocks all buffs.
* StationaryWings: Averted. His wings flap back and forth constantly, even in his 'idle' animation.
* SuperEmpowering: All of his moves give himself and/or other allies random buffs.
* ThemeNaming: His skillset as X-Force Archangel are named after the [[FourIsDeath Four Horsemen of Apocalypse]], wherein Archangel had been a former Horseman of Death.
* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: Notorious for having flight as his only power in the original team until various revamps on his new mutant powers i.e. "healing blood", which reflects his moves in-game as the "team cleric".
* WingedHumanoid: ''The'' classic example in the Marvel Universe.

!!Beast
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-->"''But just disease to luxury succeeds, and ev'ry death its own avenger breeds.'' - Alexander Pope. The luxury of Isotope-8 has its drawbacks, Agent. Let us work together to overcome them."

->''The name "Beast" may describe Dr. Hank [=McCoy=]'s bestial exterior, but a man of rare wit lies behind the fur. For the times when his genius intellect isn't enough, Beast relies on his enhanced senses, superb agility, and unflagging courage.''
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* AwesomeByAnalysis: Grants an "Epiphany" buff to his team via the "Bleak House" passive when enemies attack, causing a guaranteed crit for their next attack.
* BadassBookworm: Kind of an odd example. He has his normal bulky beast build...yet all of his moves are named after books, and many of them involve reading from books or making speeches and soliloquies.
* ChargedAttack: His "Catch-22" passive grants him stacks of the "Call of the Wild" buff, increasing his attack damage as long as he does not directly use an offensive move.
* CounterAttack: The key to using Beast, as he is a passive rather than active attacker, is to build up his damage through the passive described above and allow him to counterattack opponents through either "War and Peace" or "The Grapes of Wrath".
* GeniusBruiser: Furry, Big, Super-strong, agile and Nobel-level intelligent.
* DoesNotLikeShoes: Might be "cannot ''wear'' shoes."
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Wonder Man. They even have a special teamup bonus, 'Rad Bromance'.
* NaturalWeapon: He doesn't need any weapon to fight, just the claws on his hands and feet.
* PowerNullifier: The "Generalised" debuff blocks all class advantages.
* PettingZooPeople: Resembles the "Cat Beast" of 616 continuity.
* SuperEmpowering: His "The Sun Also Rises" move gives himself and other allies random buffs along the ability to counter-attack the next attack.
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Blue Fur]]

!!Mockingbird
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-->" I was once an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., just like you. It feels good to be back."

->''Barbara Morse was researching a way to recreate the Super Soldier Serum when she was recruited by SHIELD. There, she trained to match her athleticism to her intelligence, Despite a lack of powers, her natural combat prowess has earned her a place on the Avenger's team.''\\
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''Main article: Comicbook/{{Mockingbird}}''
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* ActionGirl
* AdaptiveAbility: If Mockingbird is struck by a non-Generalist enemy, her class type shifts to her attacker's counter-class, [[HoistByHisOwnPetard which is also one of the best ways to take her down if you plan accordingly.]]
* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: She has a real mockingbird's ability to mimic; adopting the fighting stance to counter any class.
* AwesomenessByAnalysis: She can identify her opponents' Weak Point and thus do a lot of damage when she hits, even without superpowers.
* BadassInDistress: The plot of her Spec Ops involved having to rescue her.
* BadassNormal: She has no superpowers or special tech, just fighting skill and a pair of battle staves.
* [[BeatTheCurseOutOfHim Beat the Curse Out of Her]]: Is on the receiving end of this treatment, after she attacks Hawkeye while brainwashed in Spec Ops 1. It works.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: In Spec Ops 1, she was abducted by the Hellfire Club and sent against the Avengers.
* GogglesDoSomethingUnusual
* ItsPersonal: While Hawkeye volunteers to avenge her against the Wrecker in Spec Ops 1, she tells him that this is her score to settle.
* MakingASpectacleOfYourself: While Mockingbird already had crazy goggles as part of her design, the game lovingly takes them even farther. Her sprite and dialogue picture has them cover half her face and puts strong emphasis on them, and her "Critical Intel" move uses a closeup on one of the lenses as its icon.
* StanceSystem: Can change her class when attacked by an enemy with a class, as well as when attacking after using "Critical Intel".
* StarCrossedLovers: [[WordOfGod According to Maria Hill in Mockingbird's XP Dossier]], her and 'fellow agent Clint Barton's relationship' breaks several fraternization clauses in their work contracts. In other words, they could be fired for their relationship. Downplayed, however, in that Maria Hill and Nick Fury apparently don't really care, so long as it doesn't interfere, in fact they're supposedly looking for a way to exploit this relationship.

!!Moon Knight
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-->"People ask me how I can live like this. The risks, the madness, the constant fighting. I think we understand each other, Agent. There is no other way to live."

->''Marc Spector was brought back to life by Khonshu, Egyptian god of vengeance and the moon, to be an avatar of justice. At least, that's what Marc claims; leading multple lives and guilt over his mercenary past have fractured his sanity on several occasions. What is undeniable is that his skills at martial arts, marksmanship, and crime-solving make Moon Knight a formidable crusader against evil.''\\
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''Main article: ComicBook/MoonKnight''
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* BloodKnight
* ConfusionFu: unlike other heroes who use a StanceSystem, Moon Knight class changes ''automatically'' during each turn. There is no specific order for his class change like the Punisher or Omega Sentinel either.
* TheCowl
* DarkIsNotEvil
* DoubleConsciousness: As Marc Spector and as all of his other personas. This gives him a "Crowded" team-up bonus with heroes like Phoenix, Psylocke, and Fantomex.
* TheFaceless
* InTheHood
* ManInWhite
* RapidFireFisticuffs: Moon Knight's Fist of Khonshu attack can become this depending on the number of stacks his Retribution buff currently has.
* SecretIdentityIdentity: The life he's leading is hard on his sanity, to say the least.
* SplitPersonality: He has at least four alternate personas -- Captain America, Spider-Man, Wolverine, and Khonshu himself -- each with its own class and passives. The player cannot control which persona is on top at any particular moment.
* WildCard: As mentioned, the player has no control over Moon Knight's shifting personas, and it could be to the (dis)advantage of both the player and his opponent.
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!!Punisher
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-->"You keep S.H.I.E.L.D. out of my way, Agent, and I'll keep putting bullets in every scumbag that thinks Iso-8 is their newest toy. Everybody wins."

->''Frank Castle swore a personal vendetta against all criminals after his family was killed by the mob. Neither hero nor villain, the Punisher is an expert at every form of combat known to man, fueled by an endless reservoir of cold fury, and completely unburdened by mercy or restraint.''\\
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''Main article: Comicbook/ThePunisher''
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* AssistCharacter: Punisher's companion Microchip drives the famous Battle Van at Frank's foes.
* BadassNormal: He fights with impressive determination and a ''huge'' pile of weapons.
* BloodKnight: He's in the Alliance to shoot whoever needs shooting.
* CarFu: The Battle Van, which also happens to be his ultimate attack.
* CrazyPrepared: His "Always Prepared" passive, which gives him a random buff at the start of each round. Not to mention his ability to switch out to any class he chooses during any turn.
* CrusadingWidower: The driving force for Frank's RoaringRampageOfRevenge is the murder of his entire family.
* GunsAkimbo: In certain stances.
* HyperspaceArsenal: 1 man, 12 different weapons...
* MoreDakka: As a "walking armory," he has lots of guns. Most of them fire lots of times.
* MultiRangedMaster: Wields 5 different guns and can throw 6 different types of grenades.
* SplashDamage: His Generalist L6, "Frag Grenade", causes Bleeding on the main target's teammates.
* StanceSystem: Can switch between the six classes and his weapons alongside them, gaining new abilities and a class-specific buff with each change.
* WalkingArmory: His sprite is bristling with guns, and he can pull more from...somewhere. His Level 2 ability is even called this for added effect.

!!Rogue
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-->"Power you can't control ain't real power, it's a curse. You can't control this Iso stuff, [[FunetikAksent Sugah]]. I'll help, but don't expect me to hold yer hand."

->''Nearly killing the first boy she kissed, Anna-Marie has always struggled to control her mutant gift. With the ability to absorb powers and memories at a cost, she ran away from home to avoid hurting others. She was taken in by Mystique who became a mother figure for the conflicted girl and recruited her to the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. After permanently absorbing the powers of Ms. Marvel, she realized that she had inherited the hero's personality as it struggled for control of her mind. Unable to control of her thoughts, and fearing for her own sanity, she turned to Professor X for his telepathic help, eventually joining the X-men and redeeming herself.''
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* ActionGirl
* TheAtoner
* BlessedWithSuck
* CivvieSpandex: Her Uncanny costume.
* CounterAttack: Her new passive ''Southern Hospitality'' functions as this. When an ally is attacked, there is chance for her to respond by using Absorb Power on the attacker gaining their class' advantage.
* CursedWithAwesome: Her abilities allow her to take on multiple powers at any given time at the cost of dealing potentially life-threatening injuries whomever she stole the powers from.
* DittoFighter: By using her ''Absorb Power'' attack, she can gain the class advantages of her target for a few rounds.
* HourOfPower: Stolen class abilities only last for a few turns, but they can stack.
* LeeroyJenkins: Her personality is more of "fight first, reason later" especially in Season 2 Chapter 3.
* LifeDrain[=/=]ManaDrain: The effects of her ''Drain Essence'' ability.
* PowerCopying: While she can't copy her target's moves per se, Rogue can copy her target's class advantages as well as steal health and stamina.
* {{Shoryuken}}: ''Southern Comfort''.
* SkunkStripe: Her signature patch of white hair in what is otherwise an auburn mane.
[[/folder]]

!!Heroes Due to Appear
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'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Iceman]]
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!Villains
The various Mini-Bosses, Bosses, and Epic Bosses that the heroes encounter.

!!Tacticians
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'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} Baron Strucker, Baron Zemo]], [[ComicBook/SpiderMan Boomerang]], [[ComicBook/{{Daredevil}} Bullseye]], DoctorOctopus, [[ComicBook/IronMan Iron Patriot Armor]], [[ComicBook/TheAvengers Kang the Conqueror]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} M-Series Rho MK III]], [[ComicBook/IronMan Madame Masque]], [[ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} Tactical Force]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thunderball]], [[ComicBook/SpiderMan Vulture]]

[[folder:Tacticians]]
!!Baron Strucker
->''A man of towering, heedless ambition, Strucker is second only to the Red Skull in the hierarchy of HYDRA. The insane scientists of HYDRA have armed him with the strength-enhancing Satan Claw and the fearsome Death Spore virus.''
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* AristocratsAreEvil
* BaldOfEvil
* TheDragon: To the Red Skull
* DuelingScar
* HighClassGlass
* NaziNobleman
* RedRightHand
** ShockAndAwe
** TouchOfDeath

!!Baron Zemo
->''The son of Nazi scientist Heinrich Zemo, Baron Helmut Zemo carries a lifelong hatred for Captain America, whom he blames for his father's death. Formerly the leader of the Thunderbolts and the Masters of Evil, Baron Zemo will use any means to destroy Captain America, the Avengers, and the United States itself. He is currently contending with the Viper to control HYDRA.''
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* AristocratsAreEvil
* AvengingTheVillain
* FurAndLoathing: One assumes that's real fur trim on his outfit.
* LegacyCharacter
* MasterSwordsman
* PurpleIsPowerful

!!Boomerang
->''Australian Fred Myers moved to the US and became a preeminent pitcher in the Major leagues before being suspended for taking bribes. The Secret Empire turned him into an assassin, giving him the tools and identity of Boomerang.''
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* PrecisionGuidedBoomerang
* TrickArrow

!!Bullseye
->''A true psychopath, no one knows the real history of the assassin behind the mask. As Daredevil's archenemy, he lives solely to defeat the Man Without Fear and cause as much mayhem as possible.''
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* ArchEnemy: to Daredevil
* AxCrazy
* BloodKnight
* ChekhovMIA: at the beginning of [=SpecOps=] 12.2, Tony makes an offhand remark about Bullseye apparently going "missing". Anyone who's read the comics will know where Bullseye is in regards to the mission.
* FingerGun
* ImprobableAimingSkills
* ProfessionalKiller
* PsychoForHire
* SlasherSmile

!!Constrictor
->''See his entry in the Heroes' Tacticians folder.''

!!Doctor Octopus
->''Otto Octavius designed thought-controlled mechanical arms to assist with his research in atomic physics. An accident led to them being fused to his body and damaged his psyche in turn, leading him to a life of crime.''
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* AlliterativeName
* AnimalMotif: An octopus if you didn't know by now.
* ClothesMakeTheSuperman
* CombatTentacles
* EvilGenius
* EvilutionaryBiologist

!!Iron Patriot Armor
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* FlyingFirepower
* MoreDakka: The "21-Gun Salute", with an additional hit and the Radiation Exposure debuff.
** If Iron Patriot holds off using any ammo-dependent attack until the 2nd round of a fight, he can theoretically fire 126 hits at his opponents in 2 turns with just "Minigun Barrage" alone (with the use of "Full Overcharge" on the 2nd turn).
* LaserBlade: The "Plasma Blade" attack which has the ability to ignore resurrection effects.
* PoweredArmor
* RemoteBody: War Machine's alt armor being controlled by Savin.
* ShoulderCannon: That {{BFG}} mounted on the left.
* WearingAFlagOnYourHead: The armor itself

!!Kang the Conqueror
->''Ruler of millions in both the past and future, Kang the Conqueror may be the greatest adversary the Avengers have ever known. His mastery of time travel has allowed him to steal the technology of a dozen timelines and carve an era-spanning empire.''
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* AntiVillain: Type III. See VillainyFreeVillain.
* {{BFG}}: His "Baltag's Blaster" gun, which can also be obtainable as a weapon for the Agent.
* ConquerorFromTheFuture
* PowerArmor
* VillainyFreeVillain: While it appears that he already has a reputation, Kang never actually does anything evil in the story. He simply tells Hank Pym that creating Ultron will have catastrophic consequences in the future and that he has come to stop him. Of course Pym ([[StupidityIsTheOnlyOption and the player]]) fight back against him and he leaves with [[NiceJobBreakingItHero a warning]], just before Ultron goes rogue.

!!Loki
->''See his entry in the Heroes' Tacticians folder.''

!!M-Series Rho MK III
->''The Brotherhood of Mutants has recently created Sentinels of their own, or perhaps repurposed the programming of captured Sentinels. As a result, these former mutant-hunters are currently serving as combat support for Brotherhood activities. This is part of the Brotherhood’s ongoing effort to disrupt the status quo of mutant rights and create an environment ripe for violence.''
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* MechaMooks

!!Madame Masque
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* DarkActionGirl
* CoolMask: A gold mask with pointy tips that is made to look just like her face and covers the whole of her actual scarred face.
* DaddysLittleVillain: Her father is Count Nefaria, a superpowered crime lord who raised her to follow in his footsteps.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: Her face was accidentally disfigured by Iron Man, and so she wears a gold mask to cover the scars.

!!Magneto
->''See his entry in the Heroes' Tacticians folder''

!!Tactical Force
->''It took millions of dollars in weapons development and years of research to create Tactical Force, Iron Man's evil counterpart in HYDRA's twisted mirror version of the Avengers.''
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* ChestInsignia: Has the HYDRA symbol on his unibeam.
* EvilKnockoff: of Iron Man.
* PowerArmor

!!Thunderball
->''Brilliant physicist Dr. Eliot Franklin was doing time when his cellmate Dirk "The Wrecker" Garthwaite brought him along on a jailbreak. He became Thunderball when lightning struck the Wrecker's crowbar.''
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* BlackAndNerdy
* EpicFlail
* GeniusBruiser: By far the most intelligent member of the Wrecking Crew, though he still goes along with them on their schemes.

!!Vulture
->''Inventor Adrian Toomes had just put the finishing touches on an electromagnetic harness that let him fly when he discovered that his partner had defrauded him. In a fit of rage, he destroyed their company and embarked on a life of crime and sabotage, pitting his wits and inventiveness primarily against Spider-Man.''
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* AnimalThemedSuperbeing
* BaldOfEvil
* ClothesMakeTheSuperman
* EvilOldFolks
* FeatherFlechettes
[[/folder]]

!!Blasters
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'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Arnim Zola]], [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Baron Mordo]], [[ComicBook/IronMan Blizzard, Crimson Dynamo]], [[ComicBook/DarkReign Dark Hawkeye]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Dragoness]], [[ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} Exoskeletal Battletank]], [[ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}} Fixer]], [[ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} Hammer]], [[Characters/MarvelUniverse Jack O'Lantern]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} M-Series Tau MK III, M-Series Tau MK IV]], {{MODOK}}, [[ComicBook/GhostRider Mephisto]], [[ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}} Moonstone]], [[ComicBook/CivilWar Nitro]], [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} Proxima Midnight]], [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Sin]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Tesla Nimrod]], [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk Vector, X-Ray]]

[[folder:Blasters]]
!!Arnim Zola
->''Arnim Zola is the foremost biochemist of HYDRA, hired by the Red Skull to create living weapons. His original body having died years ago, Zola now inhabits an android body equipped with an "ESP Box", which allows him to mentally control his creations.''
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* {{Cephalothorax}}: His face is projected onto a computer screen in the torso of his robotic body.
* EvilutionaryBiologist
* MadScientist
* PsychicPowers
* StoneWall: he already has formidable defense stats for a Blaster, but he also takes less damage from counters and follow up attacks.

!!Baron Mordo
->''With all the training of Dr. Strange and none of the morality, Baron Mordo is a fearsome master of the arcane. He often works with Dormammu and other forces of darkness in his quest to overcome the Sorcerer Supreme.''
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* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: To the Ancient One.
* AristocratsAreEvil
* BadassBeard: That's a pretty slick beard, though when your arch-nemesis is [[BadassMustache Doctor Strange]] you've got to step up your game in the facial-hair department.
* BadassCape
* BeardOfEvil
* BlackMagic
* EvilCounterpart: To Doctor Strange.
* IntangibleMan: He can become Phased via Astral Projection.
* TheRival
* ShadowArchetype
* SpikesOfVillainy

!!Blizzard
->''When wearing the Blizzard battlesuit, Donald Gill can create blasts of intense cold, walls of ice, and other chilling effects. Inside, however, he's no more than a hired goon for Hammer Industries, devoted to nothing more than his own bottom line.''
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* AnIcePerson
* ContractualBossImmunity: to chilled, burning, and ice attacks.
* PowerArmor
* PsychoForHire

!!Crimson Dynamo
->''Named for the brilliant red suit of powered armor, this villain could be anyone underneath the shell. The first crimson dynamo was Anton Vanko, a would-be rival to Tony Stark. Since then, the powerful armored suit has housed a number of villains, each with his own nefarious goal.''
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* ColorCharacter
* GloriousMotherRussia
* LegacyCharacter
* PowerArmor
* SovietSuperScience

!!Dark Hawkeye
->''Bullseye doesn't particularly mind wearing purple, but would appreciate it if the media stopped giving Hawkeye credit for his kills.''
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!!Doctor Doom
->''See his entry in the Heroes' Tacticians folder.''

!!Dragoness
->''Tamara Kurtz is a citizen of the island nation of Madripoor. Her parents were exposed to the radioactive fallout of Hiroshima, causing her to be born a mutant. Her bio-electric flame projection powers and mechanical wings have made her a key member of the terrorist Mutant Liberation Front.''
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* BareYourMidriff
* BloodKnight
* EvilRedhead
* PlayingWithFire
* WingedHumanoid: Artificial wings, in her case.

!!Exoskeletal Battletank
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!!Fixer
->''Norbert Ebersol is an intuitive genius turned supervillain. He specializes at creating deadly weapons, electronics, and mechanical devices, and often works in the employ of criminal cartels like HYDRA.''
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* BaldOfEvil
* BeardOfEvil
* {{Cyborg}}
* GadgeteerGenius
* ZeroEffortBoss: Fixer has a bit of a reputation of being the most useless major villain in the game. He almost never does any direct damage, instead either doing a little healing, throwing up a defensive shield around himself, or throwing proximity mines that go off after a fixed number of rounds or when you do anything offensive that isn't a subtle or stealthy action, but do only a manageable amount of damage. As long as you stay healed up and/or stick to said subtle/stealthy actions, he's more annoying than a real threat.

!!Hammer
->''It took millions of dollars in weapons development and years of research to create Hammer, an evil analog to Thor in HYDRA's twisted version of the Avengers.''
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* DropTheHammer
* EvilKnockoff: Of Thor. His buffs' names are even evil counterparts of the heroic Thor's.
* ShockAndAwe
* YeOldeButcheredEnglish: He speaks in this manner as a MythologyGag regarding how the real Thor speaks in the comics. War Machine thinks it's horribly cheesy.

!!Jack O'Lantern
->''Jack O'Lantern is a remorseless assassin, utilizing his mask and hovercraft to instill fear, and an array of deadly weapons and gasses to defeat whoever gets in his way.''
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* DemonicPossession: Iron Fist's dialogue with him implies that Jack O'Lantern has a demon in his soul.
* EvilLaugh: He even weaponizes it as a debuff.
* GlowingEyesOfDoom
* FlamingHair: Sort of, considering his head looks like a pumpkin.
* LegacyCharacter: Somewhat. He based his weapons, gear, and theme off the Green Goblin's schtick.
* ShockAndAwe: He can shoot electricity from his wrists, causing weakened and/or stun.

!!M-Series Tau MK III
->''The Brotherhood of Mutants has recently created Sentinels of their own, or perhaps repurposed the programming of captured Sentinels. As a result, these former mutant-hunters are currently serving as combat support for Brotherhood activities. This is part of the Brotherhood’s ongoing effort to disrupt the status quo of mutant rights and create an environment ripe for violence.''
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* MechaMooks

!!M-Series Tau MK IV
->''The Brotherhood of Mutants has recently created Sentinels of their own, or perhaps repurposed the programming of captured Sentinels. As a result, these former mutant-hunters are currently serving as combat support for Brotherhood activities. This is part of the Brotherhood’s ongoing effort to disrupt the status quo of mutant rights and create an environment ripe for violence.''
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* MechaMooks

!!M.O.D.O.K.
->''Advanced Idea Mechanics (A.I.M.) agent George Tarleton was engineered by his superiors into an organic computer so they could understand and use the Cosmic Cube. Becoming M.O.D.O.K., Tarleton forgot his former identity and became a psionic powerhouse dedicated to taking over A.I.M. and ruling the world.''
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* {{Cephalothorax}}
* EvilGenius
* ForScience
* MyBrainIsBig
* PsychicPowers
* RedEyesTakeWarning
* SlasherSmile
* SuperWheelChair
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity

!!Mephisto
->''Few can claim to match the evil might of the arch-demon Mephisto. His power in our dimension is small as yet, but grows stronger as he acquires the souls of mortals. To do so, he must subjugate another's will through the victim signing a demonic pact.''
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* BadassCape
* BigRedDevil
* DealWithTheDevil: his specialty
* DimensionLord
* HighCollarOfDoom
* HornedHairdo
* MadeOfEvil[=/=]ObviouslyEvil
* {{Satan}}: the Marvel Comics stand-in
* VillainExitStageLeft: whittling his HP to 0 doesn't defeat him; "Prince of Lies" automatically activates to to make him escape.

!!Moonstone
-->"I know the rest of the team thinks I'll betray you, Agent. I don't care. You stand by me and I'll stand by you."

->''Karla Sofen, AKA Moonstone gained her powers from an alien gem which she absorbed after extracting it via psychological manipulation of the original Moonstone, Lloyd Bloch. She can fly, become intangible, blast energy from her hands and emit a blinding flash.''
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* ArchEnemy[=/=]EvilCounterpart: to Ms. Marvel
* BlondesAreEvil
* FlyingBrick[=/=]FlyingFirepower
* GlowingEyesOfDoom
* GravityMaster
* LightIsNotGood

!!Nitro
->''A retired electrical engineer who inadvertantly contacted a rogue group of Kree, known as the Lunatic Legion, though his ham radio hobby. They altered his genetic makeup, allowing him to explode his body's molecules and reassemble them at will.''
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* FromNobodyToNightmare
* MadBomber: With his own body.
* MadeOfExplodium

!!Proxima Midnight
->''The greatest warrior of the armies of Thanos, Proxima Midnight can kill most beings with one throw of her spear. And she never, ever misses.''
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* BadBoss: She immediatley kills the mooks she is with for no reason.
* BladeOnAStick
* TheDarkChick: To Thanos' Black Order.
* StanceSystem: Can enter ''Aggressive Shift'' or ''Defensive Shift''.

!!Tesla Nimrod
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!!Vector
->''Simon Utrecht was a wealthy industrialist who sought to replicate the conditions that created the Fantastic Four. Successful, he became Vector, leader of the evil U-Foes, capable of telekinetically blocking and repelling energy and matter.''
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* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: His body is a myriad of splotchy orange, yellow, and red.
* BarrierWarrior
* EvilCounterpart: to Mr. Fantastic
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: On his dialogue picture.

!!X-Ray
->''Jimmy Darnell (X-Ray) is the brother of Vapor and a systems propulsion expert who joined the future U-Foes on their trip to replicate the Gamma Ray exposure that created the Fantastic Four. He is a being of pure energy, capable of focusing radiation into powerful blasts''
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* ContractualBossImmunity: to radiation, burning, and energy attacks.
* EnergyBeing
* EvilCounterpart: to the Human Torch
* ILoveNuclearPower
[[/folder]]

!!Bruisers
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'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk Abomination]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Blob]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Bulldozer]], [[ComicBook/CivilWar Dark Thor]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Destroyer]], [[ComicBook/SpiderMan Hydro-Man]], [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk Ironclad]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Juggernaut]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} M-Series Sigma MK IV]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Piledriver]], [[ComicBook/SpiderMan Sandman]], [[ComicBook/IronMan Titanium Man]], ComicBook/{{Venom}}

[[folder: Bruisers]]
!!Abomination
->''Emil Blonsky, spy for Eastern bloc interests, discovered gamma-ray equipment that Bruce Banner was going to use to kill himself. Instead Blonsky used the equipment to become the Abomination, a green-skinned monstrosity nearly as powerful at the Hulk himself.''
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* EvilCounterpart: to the Hulk
* ImAHumanitarian
* MotherRussiaMakesYouStrong
* SuperStrength

!!Blob
->''One-time carnival freak Fred Dukes rejected an invitation to join the X-Men and turned instead to crime. Eight feet tall and weighing in at half a ton, the Blob is literally an immovable object. His mass makes him nearly impervious to physical attacks and he is capable of generating his own gravity.''
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* ContractualBossImmunity: immune to bleeding and chilled.
* DumbMuscle
* FatBastard
* {{Kevlard}}

!!Bulldozer
->''Ex-Army noncom Henry Camp turned to small-time crime and ended up in Ryker's Island, cellmate of the Wrecker Dirk Garthwaite. Coming along on Garthwaite's jailbreak, he received part of the Wrecker's power when lightning struck the Wrecker's crowbar. Now Camp is Bulldozer, gifted with great strength and durability, especially when he fights with the other three members of the Wrecking Crew.''
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* DumbMuscle
* ShouldersOfDoom
* UseYourHead

!!Dark Thor
->''Ragnarok is a cybernetic clone of Thor, created using Thor's genetic data and advanced technology.''
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* TwoFaced: one half showing his robotic visage.

!!Destroyer
->''A metal construct created by Odin and other gods as a defense against the Celestials, the Destroyer was lost for ages until Loki discovered it and used it to attack his hated half-brother Thor. It can only animate by assuming the life force of a human, but once it does, it is nearly invincible against mortal opponents.''
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* AdaptiveAbility: Every time it fights someone, it learns from them and becomes more dangerous.
* AnimatedArmor
* VisibleSilence
* TheVoiceless
* WaveMotionGun: Fired from its face.

!!Hydro-Man
->''Hydro-Man, formerly Morrie Bench, was inadvertently knocked overboard in a battle between Spider-Man and the Sub-Mariner. An experimental underwater generator in conjunction with Volcanic gasses changed his form into living water.''
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* ContractualBossImmunity: to burning and bleeding
* ElementalShapeshifter
* KillItWithWater
* MakingASplash

!!Ironclad
->''Michael Steel, AKA Ironclad, was recruited by Simon Utrecht to pilot a space mission intended to replicate the conditions that created the Fantastic Four. He is now the metallic muscle of the U-Foes.''
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* TheBrute: Among the U-Foes.
* ContractualBossImmunity: to bleeding
* EvilCounterpart: to the Thing

!!Juggernaut
->''See his entry in the Heroes' Bruisers folder''
!!M-Series Sigma MK III
->''The Brotherhood of Mutants has recently created Sentinels of their own, or perhaps repurposed the programming of captured Sentinels. As a result, these former mutant-hunters are currently serving as combat support for Brotherhood activities. This is part of the Brotherhood’s ongoing effort to disrupt the status quo of mutant rights and create an environment ripe for violence.''
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* MechaMooks

!!M-Series Sigma MK IV
->''The Brotherhood of Mutants has recently created Sentinels of their own, or perhaps repurposed the programming of captured Sentinels. As a result, these former mutant-hunters are currently serving as combat support for Brotherhood activities. This is part of the Brotherhood’s ongoing effort to disrupt the status quo of mutant rights and create an environment ripe for violence.''
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* MechaMooks

!!Piledriver
->''Brian Calusky landed in Ryker's and became friends with the Wrecker, joining him on his infamous jailbreak to recover his crowbar. When lightning struck, Calusky absorbed part of the crowbar's power, and became Piledriver.''
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* DumbMuscle
* GoodOldFisticuffs

!!Sandman
->''Criminal Flint Marko headed south after a jailbreak and was on a Georgia beach when a nearby nuclear reactor exploded, bestowing upon his body the characteristic and powers of sand. He can trickle away or form himself into an invulnerable brick, and fights Spider-Man every chance he gets.''
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* ContractualBossImmunity: to bleeding, poison, electrical, and ground attacks.
* ElementalShapeshifter
* VoluntaryShapeshifting
* OptOut: during the power struggle between the Maggia and HYDRA, Flint, usually associated with the former, decided to sit this one out.

!!Titanium Man
->''The Titanium Man armor was created by Russian scientists to rival the abilities of Tony Stark's armored suits. The armor is currently worn by Boris Bullski, an ex-KGB agent with a grudge against Tony Stark.''
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* GloriousMotherRussia
* PowerArmor

!!Venom
->''Formerly known as the Scorpion, Mac Gargan later became the host of the Venom symbiote, an alien being that gives its host superhuman strength, regeneration, and an intense hatred of Spider-Man.''
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* EvilCounterpart: to Spider-Man
* HealingFactor
* ImAHumanitarian
* LegacyCharacter: This Venom's identity is Mac Gargan, the successor to Eddie Brock.
* MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily
* OverlyLongTongue
* SlasherSmile
[[/folder]]

!!Scrappers
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/MAA_Scrappers_8463.png

'''Characters:''' [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Avalanche]], [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} Corvus Glaive]], [[{{Daken}} Dark Wolverine]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Executioner]], [[NormanOsborn Green Goblin]], [[ComicBook/TheAvengers Grey Gargoyle]], [[ComicBook/SpiderMan Hammerhead]], [[ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} Militant]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Sabretooth]], [[ComicBook/IronMan Savin, Whiplash]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Wrecker]]

[[folder:Scrappers]]
!!Avalanche
->''Little is known of Dominic Petros' history before Mystique recruited him into the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. As Avalanche, he can generate and control seismic vibrations powerful enough to cause earthquakes and destroy skyscrapers.''
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* BroughtToYouByTheLetterS: He has a big letter "A" on his chest.
* DishingOutDirt
* MysteriousPast

!!Corvus Glaive
->''Thanos' most favored lieutenant, Corvus Glaive is cruel, arrogant, and nigh-immortal.''
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* BladeOnAStick
* TheDragon: To Thanos.
* NotQuiteDead: The ''Reciprocating Glaive'' allows Corvus to revive himself to 50% HP after his health reaches 0. Even then, bringing it back to 0 will only cause Corvus to flee, given that the Black Order are near-immortals.

!!Dark Wolverine
->''For years, Wolverine believed his wife and unborn son had been killed. However, the boy survived, and grew up believing that his father had abandoned him. Calling himself Daken, he lives only to see Logan suffer as much as himself.''
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* AntagonisticOffspring
* HealingFactor
* WolverineClaws: Of course.

!!Executioner
->''Skurge was borne of a storm giant and goddess. Rejected by the giants, he turned his dimension splitting axe against them, earning his nickname. He is loyal to the Enchantress, who brought him to earth.''
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* AnAxeToGrind: Which is also an AbsurdlySharpBlade.
* BaldOfEvil
* BeardOfEvil
* BattleButler: to Enchantress
* ElementalPowers
* StanceSystem: switches between Fire, Ice, and Blood stances

!!Green Goblin
->''Norman Osborne, CEO of Oscorp, suffered an accident with a secret formula while trying to become superhuman. Instead, it slowly drove him insane, his obsession with Spider-Man and power growing every day.''
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* ArchEnemy: to Spider-Man
* AxCrazy
* ColorCharacter
* EvilGenius
* FangsAreEvil
* MadBomber: Tosses his signature pumpkin bombs individually or in a huge cluster.
* PointyEars
* SlasherSmile
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity

!!Grey Gargoyle
->''Paul Pierre Duval went from a young chemist to an entity of stone after an unknown organic compound transformed him. He also developed the ability to turn whatever he touched to stone, leading to a profitable life of crime.''
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* ColorCharacter
* ContractualBossImmunity:to bleeding, burning, poisoned, and chilled.
* GratuitousFrench
* NaturalWeapon: His clawed stone hands are more than enough to cut you to ribbons.
* TakenForGranite

!!Hammerhead
->''Once a small-time hood, the Hammerhead rose to criminal greatness after Dr. Jonas Harrow reconstructed his skull to make it nearly impervious and a devastating weapon. Hammerhead has become one of New York's premier underworld bosses, rivaling the Kingpin and Don Fortunato.''
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* FromNobodyToNightmare
* IAlwaysWantedToSayThat: In chapter 12: "It's Hammer Time! Heh. I've always wanted to say that."
* UseYourHead

!!Militant
->''It took millions of dollars in weapons development and years of research to create Militant, Captain America's evil counterpart in HYDRA's twisted mirror version of the Avengers.''
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* BroughtToYouByTheLetterS: His mask features an "H" for HYDRA in place of the "A" on Captain America's mask.
* ChestInsignia: Has the HYDRA symbol on his chest in lieu of the star normally found on Cap's costume.
* EvilKnockoff: of Captain America.
* LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe: Befitting of an evil version of Cap.
* ShieldBash
* TakingTheBullet: His "Hail HYDRA!" move, which functions similarly to Cap's "Shield Guard". It even gives him a chance to dodge attacks.
* ThrowingYourShieldAlwaysWorks

!!Omega Sentinel
->''See her entry in the Heroes' Scrappers folder''

!!Sabretooth
->''See his entry in the Heroes' Scrappers folder''

!! Savin
->''An injection of the Extremis formula gave Savin super-strength, fiery breath, and the ability to project electrical blasts. In return, it took his sanity and his humanity, turning him into a homicidal monstrosity.''
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* CompositeCharacter: Is related to the Eric Savin in comic book continuity InNameOnly; is instead more directly based off [[Film/IronMan3 the film version]], a villanious henchman with Extremis powers.
* DiscOneFinalBoss: most Spec Ops Mission 3 Bosses are explicitly the BigBad of that operation. This is obviously not the case with Savin.
* EvilIsBurningHot
* MyBloodRunsHot
* PlayingWithFire
* PsychoForHire
* ThroatLight

!!Whiplash
->''An extraordinarily gifted technician at one of Stark Industries' many regional laboratories, Mark Scarlotti felt unappreciated and underpaid. Working for the Maggia and Justin Hammer, Scarlotti created powerful superweapons and evolved his own villainous identity. He wishes he could be Tony Stark, but if that can't happen, he'll settle for destroying the original.''
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* CounterAttack: His passive is to counter all attacks made on him.
* HiredGuns
* ShockAndAwe: He can electrify his whips.
* WhipItGood

!!Wrecker
->''Mistaken for Loki during a magical ritual, Dirk Garthwaite was granted superhuman strength by the Norn Queen Karnilla. He was already calling himself The Wrecker and using his signature crowbar, but after Karnilla's intervention both The Wrecker and his crowbar were mighty enough to fight super heroes to a standstill.''
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* CrowbarCombatant
* DumbMuscle
* ShockAndAwe
[[/folder]]

!!Infiltrators
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'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} Bowman]], [[ComicBook/TheAvengers Crimson Cowl]], [[ComicBook/BlackWidow Dark Widow]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Enchantress]], [[WonderMan Grim Reaper]], TheHood, [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Malekith]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Mystique, Selene]], [[ComicBook/AgeOfApocalypse Sugar Man]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Toad]], [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk Vapor]], [[ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} Viper]]

[[folder: Infiltrators]]
!!Bowman
->''It took millions of dollars in weapons development and years of research to create the Bowman, an evil analog to Hawkeye in HYDRA's twisted mirror version of the Avengers.''
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* ArcherArchetype
* ChestInsignia: The HYDRA logo.
* ColdSniper
* EvilKnockoff: of Hawkeye.
* TrickArrow

!!Crimson Cowl
->''Justine Hammer took up the mantle of the Cowl, a prehensile technological marvel with the ability to levitate and teleport. She led the revamped Masters of Evil in an effort to prove herself to her father, Justin Hammer.''
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* BadassCape
* ClothesMakeTheSuperman
* ColorCharacter
* DaddysLittleVillain
* TheFaceless: Only her eyes are visible.
* GlowingEyesOfDoom
* InTheHood
* TeleportSpam: First she creates a bright teleport flash to blind and stagger her opponents before teleporting behind each one in turn and slashing at them with her cloak.
* VillainTeleportation

!!Dark Widow
->''Trained by the same organization as the real Black Widow, Yelena Belova is nearly her equal in espionage and hand-to-hand combat.''
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* AntiHeroSubstitute
* BareYourMidriff

!!Elektra
->''See her entry in the Heroes' Infiltrator folder.''

!!Enchantress
->''Hopelessly smitten with Thor, this Asgardian sorceress has tried for millennia to seduce him and embroil him in her plots to take over Odin's throne. She will stop at nothing to win his heart.''
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* BlondesAreEvil
* HotWitch
* ImpossiblyLowNeckline
* ScrewTheRulesImBeautiful
* VainSorceress
* VillainessesWantHeroes

!!Grim Reaper
->''Both of the Williams brothers were tempted by evil. But while Simon went on to become Wonder Man, Eric became the Grim Reaper, a criminal mastermind with a supernaturally-powered scythe.''
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* BladeBelowTheShoulder
* CainAndAbel: He is the brother of Wonder Man.
* ObviouslyEvil
* SinisterScythe

!!The Hood
->''Petty thief Parker Robbins, AKA The Hood, stumbled across a supernaturally powered cloak and boots during the course of a burglary in which he shot a demonic Nisanti. He has grown into a lethal villain.''
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* BackFromTheDead
* BadassCape
* FromNobodyToNightmare
* InTheHood: Obviously
* GunsAkimbo
* RedEyesTakeWarning
* ShockAndAwe
* TeleportCloak
* VillainTeleportation

!!Malekith
->''Malekith the Accursed is the ruler of the Dark Elves of Svartalfheim. His goal is nothing less than to plunge all of the Nine Realms into utter darkness.''
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* BigBad: Of [=SpecOps=] 14
* GenericDoomsdayVillain: Wants to return the universe to darkness, though no reason is given why.
* OmnicidalManiac: Everything but the Dark Elves has to go, in his eyes.

!!Mystique
->''A mutant shapeshifter able to assume any humanoid appearance, Raven Darkholme achieved top-secret Defense Department clearance and used it to steal technology for the use of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. She is also mother to the X-Men's Nightcrawler.''
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* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: She has blue skin.
* DarkActionGirl
* DragonAscendant: After Magneto joins with SHIELD, Mystique takes over the Brotherhood.
* EvilMatriarch: She's the biological mother of Nightcrawler and the adoptive mother of Rogue.
* EvilRedhead
* VoluntaryShapeshifting
* WeCanRuleTogether: her offer to Nightcrawler during their Heroic Battle.

!!Satana
->''See her entry in the Heroes' Infiltrator folder.''

!!Selene
->''Selene Gallio can psionically drain the life force of others, rejuvenating herself and controlling her victim's mind. She has used this power to live for thousands of years, all the while cultivating her mastery of dark sorcery.''
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* ArchEnemy: to Emma Frost (although Black Knight is the first hero to encounter and fight her in-game).
* EvilCounterpart: The Black Queen of the Hellfire Club to Emma's White Queen.
* PsychicPowers
* [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld Really Thousands Of Years Old]]
* {{Stripperiffic}}
* VainSorceress
* VampiricDraining
* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: To the Black Knight in Season 2, though it's hard to tell whether she really talks like that or if she's just playing around.

!! Sugar Man
->''The monstrous Sugar Man comes from an alternate reality where the mutant tyrant Apocalypse conquered North America. A slaver and geneticist, he performed hideous experiments in a Seattle prison camp before escaping to our world.''
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* {{Cephalothorax}}
* DualWielding
** AnAxeToGrind
** DropTheHammer
* EvilutionaryBiologist
* HumanoidAbomination: Well, as humanoid as a four-armed walking head can be considered.
* MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily
* MultiArmedAndDangerous
* OverlyLongTongue
* SizeShifting: He can shrink to a minute size for [[VillainExitStageLeft escaping]].

!!Toad
->''Mutant Mortimer Toynbee grew up in an orphanage where his prehensile tongue and incredible leaping ability set him apart. An outcast, he joined the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.''
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* AnimalThemedSuperbeing
* InASingleBound
* OverlyLongTongue

!!Vapor
->''Ann Darnell, AKA Vapor, was a life support specialist on the space flight designed to replicate the Gamma Ray exposure that created the Fantastic Four. She has the ability to transform herself into any gas imaginable and is a lethal member of the U-Foes.''
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* ContractualBossImmunity: to poison.
* EvilCounterpart: to the Invisible Woman
* EvilRedhead
* PoisonousPerson
* RapunzelHair
* StanceSystem: She can switch between "Explosive Gas" and "Poisonous Gas", offering different abilities and passives.
* SuperSmoke: of the DeadlyGas variety.

!!Viper
->''Also known as the Viper, the woman who took control of HYDRA's New York operations comes from a mysterious background and has managed to keep her identity secret. All anyone knows about her is that she rules HYDRA with an iron fist, and has her eye on world domination.''
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* TheBaroness
* GunsAkimbo
* PoisonedWeapons: She uses poisoned bullets.
* WhipItGood
* WorldDomination
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Green Hair]]
[[/folder]]

!!Generalists
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'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} Bob, Agent of HYDRA]], [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Dormammu]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Living Pharaoh/Living Monolith]], [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Mindless Ones]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Nimrod Series MK IV]], [[ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} Power Armor]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Prime Sentinel, Sentinel Alpha MK IV]], {{Taskmaster}}

[[folder: Generalists]]
!!Bob, Agent of HYDRA
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* ButtMonkey
* {{Mook}}: despite [[NominalImportance being named]], his moveset is identical to a standard HYDRA minion [[spoiler: before Deadpool gives him new weapons]]
* PoweredArmor: As a result of Deadpool's L33t3st Hax!!, complete with heated seats, moon roof, and chrome alloy cutting torches.
* PunchClockVillain
* WithFriendsLikeThese: During the Heroic Battle that involves him, Deadpool uses him as a shield.

!!Dormammu
->''An exiled member of the Faltine alien race, Dormammu plots to absorb and destroy other worlds from his home in the Dark Dimension. Dr Strange and other powerful sorcerers have kept him at bay--barely.''
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* ArchEnemy: To Doctor Strange.
* BadassLongcoat
* BlackMagic
* CastingAShadow: His "Dark Projection" ability.
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: Whenever the Agent or any other BadassNormal delivers the finishing blow on him.
* DimensionLord
* EldritchAbomination
* EvilGrin: Wears a permanent one.
* FlamingHair
* GlowingEyesOfDoom
* HumanoidAbomination
* ImAHumanitarian[=/=]ToThePain: His pre-battle dialogue often includes lines about how much he'll enjoy torturing the opposing heroes or eating their souls.
* PlayingWithFire
* PureMagicBeing
* SpikesOfVillainy
* StanceSystem: He can change his class between Generalist, Blaster, Infiltrator, and Tactician.

!!Living Pharaoh/Living Monolith
->''Ahmet Abdol formed a cult around himself as the Living Pharaoh after discovering that he could absorb cosmic energy and form it into destructive blasts. When he absorbs enough energy, he can transform into the Living Monolith, a titan of nearly unstoppable power.''
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* CoversAlwaysLie: a partial version: mission selections feature the visage of the Boss for each mission, a'la ''Franchise/MegaMan''. Living Pharaoh is the "cover" for [=SpecOps=] 6.3, even though in the actual Boss battle, he starts off in his Living Monolith form (although he can revert back to normal if the player plays his cards right).
* EnergyAbsorption
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: As the Living Monolith.
* OneWingedAngel: his transformation into the Living Monolith.

!!Mindless Ones

* {{Cyclops}}
* EyeBeams

!!Nimrod Series MK IV

!!Power Armor

!!Prime Sentinel

!!Sentinel Alpha MK IV

!!Taskmaster
-->''Anthony Masters possesses "photographic reflexes", allowing him to duplicate any fighting style, acrobatic ability, or other physical motion he observes.''
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* AllYourPowersCombined
* AwesomenessByAnalysis
* BadassNormal
* CharlesAtlasSuperpower
* TheFaceless
* IKnowMortalKombat
* MegaManning: Physical abilities, not superpowers.
* RealMenWearPink: Likes the Spice Girls.
* PhotographicMemory: And "photographic reflexes".
* ProfessionalKiller
* PunchClockVillain
[[/folder]]

!!Group Bosses

'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/AvengersArena Arcade]], [[ComicBook/GhostRider Blackheart]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Kurse]], RedSkull, ComicBook/{{Thanos}}, [[ComicBook/TheAvengers Ultron]]

!!'''Tropes involving all Group Bosses in General:'''
* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: the Boss' class is determined by the color generated by the character: red for Blasters, green for Tacticians, purple for Infiltrators, yellow for Scrappers, and blue for Bruisers.
** Ultron's face
** The Red Skull's Cosmic Cube
** Blackheart's eyes
** Thanos' right hand
** Kurse's forehead
** Arcade's eyes and glowing hands
* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Ultron's AdaptiveAbility can activate during battle, and he can change his class to counter the player team's class, making it bad news for players who bring a team who share the same class into the battle. When Red Skull and Blackheart summon flunkies, they would be the counter-class to the weakness the Boss' current class would be in. Thanos one-ups them by summoning either Proxima Midnight or Corvus Glaive for the same function. Blackheart also has a different Passive depending on each class, which would hinder effectiveness of the counter-class he'd be going up against. (ex.: as a Bruiser, he can pre-emptively counter long-range attacks, which is applicable for most Blasters; he takes less damage from {{Counter Attack}}s [Infiltrators' specialty] as a Tactician, etc.)
* TimeLimitBoss: a GB needs to be defeated within 3 days.
* VillainExitStageLeft

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!!Arcade
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* AmusementParkOfDoom: despite all three [=SpecOps=] missions having familiar maps, the battle screens inexplicably change into surreal environments, which can be likened to the backdrop of pinball machines. Or, more realistically, a theme park. It's Murder World, after all.
* DeathTrap: Pretty much the entirety of Arcade's villainous schtick revolves around this trope. This guy lives to go the extra mile when killing his enemies. He's even outright stated that he gives all of his targets a VERY small percentage of surviving, just to make things that much more interesting. Though seeing as all the heroes have exploited this percentage every single time they go up against him, Arcade seriously need to stop doing this to be taken seriously in the Villain community.
* LargeHam: This dude SERIOUSLY loves the sound of his own voice. He goes on these epic speeches and monologues throughout the [=SpecOps=].
* LightIsNotGood
* PsychopathicManChild: Judging how much money Arcade has put into creating theme parks designed to kill people and how much joy he gets out of it, he certainly qualifies.
* RubeGoldbergHatesYourGuts: Invokes this with every one of his Murder Worlds.
* {{Troll}}: And how! Arcade is so much of a Troll, he's turned it into a career. He loves manipulating and killing people so much so that he doesn't even really care about the money at this point (though to be honest he never really did in the first place). This trope is invoked in all of the Group Boss battles as well, seeing as Arcade LOVES to put them debuffs and such on your team.

!!Blackheart
->''An omnipotent being of distilled evil created by Mephisto, Blackheart broke free of his demonic "father" and began his own campaign of soul-stealing, destruction, and maneuvering for the throne of Mephisto's Hell.''
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* TheAntiChrist: He's the "son" of Mephisto, after all.
* ArchnemesisDad: Always seeks to overthrow Mephisto as ruler of Hell.
* TheCorrupter
* DamageSpongeBoss: Higher health and much more resistant to damage compared to earlier Group Bosses.
* EldritchAbomination
* FlunkyBoss: More often than not, it's his infinite hordes of summoned minions who will take down your team in a fight. His demons are in the counterclass of Blackheart's current counterclass for that fight.
* LargeAndInCharge
* ManipulativeBastard
* OneHitKill: Heroes marked with Burning Brand will be overkilled by Incendiary Blast on the next round.
* RedEyesTakeWarning
* StatusBuffDispel: His Infiltrator variation has an attack which removes and blocks any buffs from a hero.
* VillainExitStageLeft: Notable in that while he'll flee if not taken down after four rounds, his two henchmen that he'll summon won't follow suit and have to be defeated in order for the fight to end.
* VoluntaryShapeshifting

!!Kurse
->''Algrim the Strong was Malekith's most loyal lieutenant. Abusing that loyalty, Malekith transformed Algrim into the monstrous Kurse, then convinced Kurse that all of his suffering was the fault of one Asgardian: Thor.''
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* TheBrute
* TheDragon: to Malekith
* StatusBuffDispel: his Living Armor ability, usually activated a few turns before escaping, allows him to remove all debuffs and damage-over-time effects from himself.

!!Red Skull
->''Johann Schmidt's notorious skills in torture, espionage, and assassination made him the most feared operative of the Nazi regime. He is utterly devoid of morality or mercy, an inhuman embodiment of fascist evil. Newly resurrected by the Syndicate, the Red Skull has rededicated himself to his vision of a world crushed beneath his reign.''
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* ArchEnemy: to Captain America
* BackFromTheDead
* FlunkyBoss: Summons HYDRA agents.
* GratuitousGerman
* ObviouslyEvil
* SkullForAHead
* TheSociopath
* ThoseWackyNazis

!!Thanos
->''Born a mutant amongst the already-powerful Eternals, Thanos is one of the most powerful beings in the universe. He is utterly devoted to the worship of Death, and will not be satisfied until all life in the universe is extinguished.''
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* AllYourPowersCombined: Omnipotence allows Thanos to gain bonuses from all the classes (example: the Tacticians' extra turn, Blasters' CriticalHit, etc.).
* ChekhovsGag: Omnipotence (both his attack and the buff it generates) sounds awfully similar to Omniclass, a "character class" Playdom created for an AprilFoolsDay joke, which involves another Marvel Mega-CosmicEntity, {{Galactus}}. Keep in mind what the Omnipotence buff does to Thanos.
* FiveBadBand: His ''Black Order''; Ebony Maw, Supergiant and Black Dwarf are dialogue-only villains in [=SpecOps=] 13.
** BigBad: Thanos is the main boss of [=SpecOps=] 13.
** TheDragon: Corvus Glaive
** EvilGenius: Ebony Maw
** {{The Brute}}s: Black Dwarf and Supergiant
** DarkChick: Proxima Midnight
* FlunkyBoss: His Tactician and Scrapper versions can summon Corvus Glaive and Proxima Midnight (respectively) and call them back indefinitely if they are eliminated from battle.
* FourIsDeath: The current members of the Black Order: Corvus Glaive, Proxima Midnight, Ebony Maw, and Supergiant.
* MeaningfulName[=/=]NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: His name is derived from the Greek avatar of Death '''Than'''at'''os''', which also reflects his fascination in courting Mistress Death.
* OmnicidalManiac
* OneHitKill: His Tactician Beam Blast inflicts 10,000+ HP of damage, practically killing any full-health hero.
* StatusBuffDispel: ''Black Hole''

!!Ultron
->''After the Pulse, an intelligent anomaly was detected in worldwide telecommunications networks. Hoping to control it, Hank Pym gave the anomaly a body and a name: Ultron. It rebelled against Pym, using its new capabilities to attempt world domination.''
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* AdaptiveAbility
* AIIsACrapshoot
* AntagonisticOffspring: Regards Hank Pym as his father.
* ArchnemesisDad: To the Vision.
* GlowingMechanicalEyes
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: As an embodied artificial intelligence who turned against his creator, he made a "son" in Vision -- an embodied artificial intelligence who turned against ''his'' creator.
* KillAllHumans
* KillerRobot
* RoboticPsychopath
* TurnedAgainstTheirMasters
[[/folder]]

!!Classless Villains & Villains Due to Appear

'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Apocalypse]], [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} Black Dwarf]], 'Dell Rusk', [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} Ebony Maw]], [[ComicBook/{{Daredevil}} Kingpin]], [[ComicBook/IronMan The Mandarin]], [[ComicBook/BlackPanther Man-Ape]], [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Sauron]], [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} Supergiant]]

[[folder: Uncategorized]]
!!The Mandarin
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* ArchEnemy: To Iron Man.
* BadassBeard
* ChekhovsGunman: Mentioned several times throughout the story before making an appearance at the end of Spec Ops 9.
* TheChessmaster: Claims that good plans are not made or executed quickly, and he does not make bad ones.
* ClaspYourHandsIfYouDeceive: which is a good way for the artists to show off the Mandarin's [[RingOfPower trademark]].
* DiabolicalMastermind
* FaceFramedInShadow
* IKnewIt: in-universe, Tony apparently had suspected beforehand that he's the mastermind of the Extremis outbreak. He even actually said "I knew it".
-->'''Iron Man''': What took you so long?
* TheManBehindTheMan: During Spec Ops 9.
* RingOfPower: Wields ten of them.

!!Kingpin
* EnemyMine: the EnemyCivilWar between the Maggia and HYDRA forces Fisk to reluctantly turn to S.H.I.E.L.D. for help.
* [[GuestStarPartyMember Guest Star]] MissionControl: in Season 2, Chapter 3.

!!Man-Ape (M'Baku)
* AnimalMotifs: The white gorilla.
* ProudWarriorRaceGuy: Without the honorable aspects.
* ScaryBlackMan

!!Sauron

!!Dell Rusk
* CorruptPolitician: Shown in Spec Ops 12 when he not only attempts to assemble his own twisted version of the Avengers, appropriately named the Dark Avengers, he also tries to disband Shield and when that fails, undermine all of their efforts. The entirety of Spec Ops 12 is to take down Dell Rusk.
* ForeShadowing: If anyone has read the current comics, you should have a good idea in store.....if not check out the internet. Believe me you'll be surprised. Read at your own risk.

!!Ebony Maw
->''Though frail and without powers, Ebony Maw can undo even the greatest of heroes using nothing but his voice. Lies and deceit flow freely from his tongue, making him a master of manipulation.''
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* DarkChick: To Thanos.

!!Black Dwarf
->''Compared to the others of the Black Order, Black Dwarf seems almost jovial. This demeanor conceals an uncaring nihilism, an acceptance of Thanos' vision of universal death.''
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* TheBrute: To Thanos; a position that is shared with Proxima Midnight.
* NonindicativeName: He's larger than Thanos.

!!Supergiant
->''Mysterious and unstable, Supergiant is a psychic parasite, feeding on intellect and controlling the minds of her victims.''
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* TheEvilGenius: To Thanos.
* NonindicativeName: She's actually normal-sized.
[[/folder]]
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'''Characters:''' ComicBook/{{Cable}}, [[ComicBook/TheDefenders Daimon Hellstrom]], ComicBook/DoctorStrange, [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Doctor Voodoo]], [[ComicBook/XForce Domino]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Havok]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Human Torch]], ComicBook/IronMan, ComicBook/MsMarvel, [[ComicBook/{{Runaways}} Nico Minoru]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Phoenix]], ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Storm}}, [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} Thane]], TheVision.

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'''Characters:''' ComicBook/{{Cable}}, [[ComicBook/TheDefenders Daimon Hellstrom]], ComicBook/DoctorStrange, [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Doctor Voodoo]], [[ComicBook/XForce Domino]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Havok]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Human Torch]], ComicBook/IronMan, ComicBook/MsMarvel, [[ComicBook/{{Runaways}} Nico Minoru]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Phoenix]], ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Storm}}, [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Sunfire]], [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} Thane]], TheVision.



!!Thane
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-->"I don't know what those creatures wanted with me...and thanks to you, I'll never have to find out. If you'll help me understand this power I have, I'll help you in any way I can, Agent."

->''This mysterious being appeared during Thanos' invasion of Earth. What he is and where he came from remains to be seen, but one thing is for certain: he holds tremendous power in his hands.''

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!!Thane
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-->"I don't know what those creatures wanted with me...and thanks to you, I'll never have to find out. If you'll help me understand this power I have, I'll help you in any way I can, Agent."

->''This mysterious being appeared during Thanos' invasion of Earth. What he is and where he came from remains to be seen, but one thing is for certain: he holds tremendous power in his hands.''
!!Sunfire



* BarrierWarrior: his Fire Shield causes damage and lights everyone on fire when it's attacked.
* FlyingFirepower
* GratuitousJapanese: all of his attack names and passives.
* PlayingWithFire

!!Thane
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-->"I don't know what those creatures wanted with me...and thanks to you, I'll never have to find out. If you'll help me understand this power I have, I'll help you in any way I can, Agent."

->''This mysterious being appeared during Thanos' invasion of Earth. What he is and where he came from remains to be seen, but one thing is for certain: he holds tremendous power in his hands.''
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'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Iceman, Sunfire]]

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'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Iceman, Sunfire]]Iceman]]


'''Characters:''' ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}, SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}, ComicBook/GhostRider, [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]], {{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}}, [[NewMutants Magik]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Omega Sentinel]], {{Quicksilver}}, [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Sabretooth]], [[ComicBook/XForce Shatterstar]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Sif]], ComicBook/{{Spider-Woman}}, ComicBook/SquirrelGirl, [[ComicBook/TheInvaders Union Jack]], ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}.

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'''Characters:''' ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}, SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}, ComicBook/GhostRider, [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]], {{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}}, [[NewMutants Magik]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Omega Sentinel]], {{Quicksilver}}, [[{{ComicBook/X-Men}} Sabretooth]], [[ComicBook/XForce Shatterstar]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Sif]], ComicBook/{{Spider-Woman}}, ComicBook/SpiderWoman, ComicBook/SquirrelGirl, [[ComicBook/TheInvaders Union Jack]], ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}.



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* {{Multishot}}: His Arrow Volley attack has him shooting three arrows at once.


'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]], [[ComicBook/{{Excalibur}} Black]] [[ComicBook/TheAvengers Knight]], ComicBook/BlackPanther, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, [[Characters/MarvelUniverse Constrictor]], ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom, [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Emma Frost]], [[ComicBook/XForce Fantomex]], [[ComicBook/{{Ant-Man}} Hank Pym]], ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, ComicBook/{{Loki}}, SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}}, [[ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}} Moonstone]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]], ComicBook/RedHulk, [[ComicBook/IronMan Rescue]], ComicBook/WarMachine

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'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]], [[ComicBook/{{Excalibur}} [[ComicBook/CaptainBritainAndMI13 Black]] [[ComicBook/TheAvengers Knight]], ComicBook/BlackPanther, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, [[Characters/MarvelUniverse Constrictor]], ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom, [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Emma Frost]], [[ComicBook/XForce Fantomex]], [[ComicBook/{{Ant-Man}} Hank Pym]], ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, ComicBook/{{Loki}}, SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}}, [[ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}} Moonstone]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]], ComicBook/RedHulk, [[ComicBook/IronMan Rescue]], ComicBook/WarMachine


* DatingCatWoman: His relationship with Elektra.

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* DatingCatWoman: DatingCatwoman: His relationship with Elektra.

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* StanceSystem: If he's inflicted with Burning and/or Dark Void his Level 6 move can extend to other actions.


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* StoneWall: He has high defense but low attack meaning he can take more than he can dish out.


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* StoneWall


* DatingCatWoman: His relationship with Elektra.




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* RedHeadedHero
* SuperSenses

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* MilitarySuperHero


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* ArchEnemy: Bullseye.
* BadassBookworm
* DarkIsNotEvil: Dressed like the devil but he fights against evil and serves the innocent.

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* KameHameHadoken: exhibits the famous release gesture when using Time Spiral.


* AntiChrist: He's the "son" of Mephisto, after all.

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* AntiChrist: TheAntiChrist: He's the "son" of Mephisto, after all.


* WindsOfDestinyChange

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* WindsOfDestinyChange


* BlackMage: Most of her actions primarily focuses on dealing damage to the enemy and applying a lot of debuffs.

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* BlackMage: Most of her actions primarily focuses on dealing damage to the enemy and applying a lot of debuffs. debuffs.
** BlackMagicianGirl: Through with some LadyOfBlackMagic elements.


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* MagikarpPower: At early levels she is really easy to take down, but as more of her Arcana unlocks, she becomes increasingly more dangerous.
* PerkyGoth: It seems in this continuity she retained more of her original, happy self [[BreakTheCutie than she did in comics]].


* StoneWall: with her Diamond Body passive, she can take less damage from an incoming attack; however, this would leave her vulnerable to the next attack until her turn comes up, or follow up attacks.




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* StoneWall: he already has formidable defense stats for a Blaster, but he also takes less damage from counters and follow up attacks.

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