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* BadassGrandpa: Despite being Scott and Jean's SON, he looks old enough to be his father's father and is a cybernetic badass.



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* BadassGrandpa: He's about the same age as Professor X and he looks quite ripped.


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* BadassPrincess: She is member of Inhumans Royal Family, sister of Queen Medusa.



* {{Princess}}: She is member of Inhumans Royal Family, sister of Queen Medusa.



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* AdaptationalHeroism: [[spoiler:The end of the comic ''Infinity'' sees Thane vowing to be a worse villain than his father Thanos ever was. Although, since Lockbox characters except Magneto have no role in the storyline (partly because they replace [=SpecOps=] heroes as the LostForever bunch), this version hasn't seen any solid CharacterDevelopment just yet.]]

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* AdaptationalHeroism: [[spoiler:The end of the comic ''Infinity'' sees Thane vowing to be a worse villain than his father Thanos ever was. Although, since Lockbox characters except Magneto have no role in the storyline (partly because they replace [=SpecOps=] heroes as the LostForever lost bunch), this version hasn't seen any solid CharacterDevelopment just yet.]]


* 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.

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* DeathActivatedSuperpower: "Phoenix Fire" is a devastating nuke almost guaranteed to hit all your opponents ForMassiveDamage, for a ton of damage, 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.


'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy/ Adam Warlock]], ComicBook/{{Cable}}, [[ComicBook/NewMutants Cannonball]], [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Crystal]], [[ComicBook/TheDefenders Daimon Hellstrom]], Deathlok, ComicBook/DoctorStrange, [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Doctor Voodoo]], [[ComicBook/XForce Domino]], Electro, [[ComicBook/{{Nextwave}} Elsa Bloodstone]], [[ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}} Fixer]], [[ComicBook/XMen Havok]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Human Torch]], [[ComicBook/{{Venom}} Hybrid]], ComicBook/IronMan, [[ComicBook/{{Runaways}} Karolina Dean]], [[ComicBook/HeroesForHire Misty Knight]], ComicBook/MsMarvel, [[ComicBook/{{Runaways}} Nico Minoru]], ComicBook/{{Nova}}, [[ComicBook/JeanGrey Phoenix]], [[ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Rocket Racoon]], ComicBook/ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Storm}}, [[ComicBook/XMen Sunfire]], [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} Thane]], ComicBook/TheVision.

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'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy/ [[ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Adam Warlock]], ComicBook/{{Cable}}, [[ComicBook/NewMutants Cannonball]], [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Crystal]], [[ComicBook/TheDefenders Daimon Hellstrom]], Deathlok, ComicBook/DoctorStrange, [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Doctor Voodoo]], [[ComicBook/XForce Domino]], Electro, [[ComicBook/{{Nextwave}} Elsa Bloodstone]], [[ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}} Fixer]], [[ComicBook/XMen Havok]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Human Torch]], [[ComicBook/{{Venom}} Hybrid]], ComicBook/IronMan, [[ComicBook/{{Runaways}} Karolina Dean]], [[ComicBook/HeroesForHire Misty Knight]], ComicBook/MsMarvel, [[ComicBook/{{Runaways}} Nico Minoru]], ComicBook/{{Nova}}, [[ComicBook/JeanGrey Phoenix]], [[ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Rocket Racoon]], ComicBook/ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Storm}}, [[ComicBook/XMen Sunfire]], [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} Thane]], ComicBook/TheVision.


* [[spoiler:AdaptationalHeroism: the end of the comic ''Infinity'' sees Thane vowing to be a worse villain than his father Thanos ever was. Although, since Lockbox characters except Magneto have no role in the storyline (partly because they replace [=SpecOps=] heroes as the LostForever bunch), this version hasn't seen any solid CharacterDevelopment just yet.]]

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* [[spoiler:AdaptationalHeroism: the AdaptationalHeroism: [[spoiler:The end of the comic ''Infinity'' sees Thane vowing to be a worse villain than his father Thanos ever was. Although, since Lockbox characters except Magneto have no role in the storyline (partly because they replace [=SpecOps=] heroes as the LostForever bunch), this version hasn't seen any solid CharacterDevelopment just yet.]]

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-->''You have succeeded in releasing me -- the ultimate avenger. Agent, with what little power I have left, I will do everything I can to save our reality.''


'''Characters:''' ComicBook/{{Cable}}, [[ComicBook/NewMutants Cannonball]], [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Crystal]], [[ComicBook/TheDefenders Daimon Hellstrom]], Deathlok, ComicBook/DoctorStrange, [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Doctor Voodoo]], [[ComicBook/XForce Domino]], Electro, [[ComicBook/{{Nextwave}} Elsa Bloodstone]], [[ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}} Fixer]], [[ComicBook/XMen Havok]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Human Torch]], [[ComicBook/{{Venom}} Hybrid]], ComicBook/IronMan, [[ComicBook/{{Runaways}} Karolina Dean]], [[ComicBook/HeroesForHire Misty Knight]], ComicBook/MsMarvel, [[ComicBook/{{Runaways}} Nico Minoru]], ComicBook/{{Nova}}, [[ComicBook/JeanGrey Phoenix]], [[ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Rocket Racoon]], ComicBook/ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Storm}}, [[ComicBook/XMen Sunfire]], [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} Thane]], ComicBook/TheVision.

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'''Characters:''' [[ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy/ Adam Warlock]], ComicBook/{{Cable}}, [[ComicBook/NewMutants Cannonball]], [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Crystal]], [[ComicBook/TheDefenders Daimon Hellstrom]], Deathlok, ComicBook/DoctorStrange, [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Doctor Voodoo]], [[ComicBook/XForce Domino]], Electro, [[ComicBook/{{Nextwave}} Elsa Bloodstone]], [[ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}} Fixer]], [[ComicBook/XMen Havok]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Human Torch]], [[ComicBook/{{Venom}} Hybrid]], ComicBook/IronMan, [[ComicBook/{{Runaways}} Karolina Dean]], [[ComicBook/HeroesForHire Misty Knight]], ComicBook/MsMarvel, [[ComicBook/{{Runaways}} Nico Minoru]], ComicBook/{{Nova}}, [[ComicBook/JeanGrey Phoenix]], [[ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Rocket Racoon]], ComicBook/ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Storm}}, [[ComicBook/XMen Sunfire]], [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} Thane]], ComicBook/TheVision.


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!!Adam Warlock
''Adam Warlock was created by an evil collective of some of the greatest minds on earth as the perfect human being. Adam gained consciousness and turned on his creators. Befriended by the High Evolutionary, Adam was given the Soul Gem, one of the six Infinity Gems that Thanos was after. Adam often conflicted with Thanos over the gems, but Adam's greatest threat was the Magus, a future version of himself that had become completely insane with the goal of ruling the universe. Adam split our world's reality from the timeline containing the Magus but was later forced to restore the timeline containing the Magus in order to save the universe from a crack in reality created by the Inhumans during the War of Kings. In a weakened state, Adam, fearing he would become the Magus, retreated into his cocoon, teleported across the universe, and was lost in space. With the world-ending threat of Incursions upon us, he may be our only hope...or our greatest enemy.''
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* BreakingSpeech: 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.



* 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.



* HannibalLecture: His Comic Book Collection story is basically a big one.



* HannibalLecture: She loves handing out these.


-->''Howard the Duck is a master of Quak-Fu and possesses all the incredible powers of a duck. Howard hails from another dimension and another world known only as Duckworld. Little is known about Howard's origins other than that he was flung to our world when Thog the Nether-Spawn used his magic to create a rift that sent Howard spiraling into our world. Since then, Howard has done many things including attempting to join the Avengers, but eventually settled down into creating his own private detective agency.''

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-->''Howard ->''Howard the Duck is a master of Quak-Fu and possesses all the incredible powers of a duck. Howard hails from another dimension and another world known only as Duckworld. Little is known about Howard's origins other than that he was flung to our world when Thog the Nether-Spawn used his magic to create a rift that sent Howard spiraling into our world. Since then, Howard has done many things including attempting to join the Avengers, but eventually settled down into creating his own private detective agency.''



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-->"Agent, you seem confused. Fury was an old comrade of mine. He and I had a little chat after our last encounter. These Incursions offer a great opportunity for even greater hunts! I shall be your comrade, Agent. Let us hunt together."



-->''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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-->''General ->''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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-->''Maxwell Dillion was an unambitious man working as lineman for the local power company. When one of his workers was knocked unconscious at the top of an utility pole, Max only agreed to save him as long as he was paid for it. Saving the other lineman, Max was suddenly struck by lightning, awakening the power to channel electricity. Realizing he could use these powers for his own selfish goals, he dubbed himself Electro and turned to a life of crime, often conflicting with the Amazing Spider-Man, As a founding member of the Sinister Six, Electro is considered one of the Webhead's deadliest foes. Under an arrangement by Nick Fury, Electro was apprehended and is now working with S.H.I.E.L.D. to aid against the Worthy and the Incursion crisis.''

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-->''Maxwell
-->"You must think you're pretty cool, Agent. Palling around with all them heroes. But when push comes to shove, you come to little ol' Electro to bail you out. So what does that make your hero friends? Heheh!"

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Dillion was an unambitious man working as lineman for the local power company. When one of his workers was knocked unconscious at the top of an utility pole, Max only agreed to save him as long as he was paid for it. Saving the other lineman, Max was suddenly struck by lightning, awakening the power to channel electricity. Realizing he could use these powers for his own selfish goals, he dubbed himself Electro and turned to a life of crime, often conflicting with the Amazing Spider-Man, As a founding member of the Sinister Six, Electro is considered one of the Webhead's deadliest foes. Under an arrangement by Nick Fury, Electro was apprehended and is now working with S.H.I.E.L.D. to aid against the Worthy and the Incursion crisis.''



-->''Rocket Raccoon was genetically engineered by robots to oversee an insane asylum. After fighting an army of robotic clowns lead by a mole and being kidnapped by asparagus people, he signed on to the Guardians of the Galaxy, which is when things started to get weird. But Rocket takes comfort from the friendship of his fellow Guardians, particularly Groot. And from his guns. His many, many guns.''

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-->''Rocket ->''Rocket Raccoon was genetically engineered by robots to oversee an insane asylum. After fighting an army of robotic clowns lead by a mole and being kidnapped by asparagus people, he signed on to the Guardians of the Galaxy, which is when things started to get weird. But Rocket takes comfort from the friendship of his fellow Guardians, particularly Groot. And from his guns. His many, many guns.''

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