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     Avengers Infinity (As A Whole) 


"Avengers Assemble!"

Avengers Infinity is an amalgamation of the many different Avengers and teams of Avengers that have been drawn into the Core Timeline, and while their primary headquarters is the Infinite Avengers Tower located in New York City, they also have several Avengers Mansions located and in the process of being constructed in various cities across the country. Is composed of multiple divisions, such as the Astonishing Avengers, the Uncanny Avengers, and now, the Extraordinary Avengers. First mentioned on OrionPax09's "Legends Of The Fourth Of July".

Tropes For The Avengers Infinity As A Whole:

  • Adaptational Heroism: The Astonishing Avengers Division is composed exclusively of this.
  • Auto-Doc/SealedEvilInACan/SealedGoodInACan: Avengers Infinity utilizes special devices called DISKs for a variety of purposes, ranging from capturing and securing dangerous supervillains, extracting harmful parasites such as Chestbursters from their hosts, and healing seriously injured civilians and heroes.
  • Badass Crew: Obviously.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: When someone or something is captured in a DISK, it changes color depending on what is being held inside. The current classes include:
    • Muggle-Class (ordinary humans without any powers or training) is colored-coded white.
    • Tech-Class (metas with powers based on technology) is colored-coded red.
    • Fight-Class (metas who specialize in high-end martial arts and fighting moves) is colored-coded blue.
    • Animal-Class (metas with animal-based powers that don't fit in other categoires) is colored-coded yellow.
    • Energy-Class (metas who use mystical powers and other energies) is colored-coded purple.
    • Power-Class (metas who have tremendous levels of strength) is colored-coded green.
    • Nightmare-Class (non-sentient creatures that are too dangerous to live) is colored-coded black.
  • Crippling Overspecialization: Turns out that A.I., for all of them taking in large numbers of alternate-universe versions of their members, didn't took "Amalgams" (versions of other series' characters with superpowers (Avengers or otherwise)), which put them at a severe disadvantage when they were attacked by an enemy wielding Alternate versions of the Venom symbiote that were based on a Neon Genesis Evangelion Angel, taking over a large number of their members before Alternates of various Superwomen Of Eva arrived to level the field. As a result, the aftermath of "Legends Of The Fourth Of July" included the creation of a new Avengers division (the "Extraordinary Avengers"), which is solely composed of "amalgams".
  • Fantastic Racism: While "racism" is a bit too harsh a word, they certainly had an issue with "Amalgams" (characters from other fiction franchises with superpowers (specifically Avengers')), and various members definitely disliked Mari 'Captain America' Makinami (because of what other Maris looked like to them). This situation is resolved (or at least going in a good direction) by the end of "Legend Of The Fourth Of July".
  • Heroes "R" Us.
  • Heroes Unlimited.
  • Humongous Mecha: They have several mechs of their own (such as Transforming Mecha (some of them from places like the Marvel Mega Morphs series), Powered Armor for their Sizeshifter members, huge versions of the Hulkbuster, modified versions of other robots like the Mazinger, a few Jaegers...)
  • Mecha-Mooks: In lieu of an army, Avengers Infinity uses Iron Legion robots based on the Iron Man armor. They're essentually mindless drones that are tough enough for most situations. If they're destroyed, they're easily replaced.
  • Swiss Army Weapon: The "Reassembled" story arc provides the Chicago team with various experimental melee weapons that have a ranged attack mode and capacity to use items like Materia, explicitly based on RWBY-verse Huntman weapons.
  • Tactical Rock–Paper–Scissors: Has one with the other superhero teams like the Justice League Unlimited and the Champions... although at this current moment the JLU and its affiliates have not appeared on numbers high enough to determine what is the major difference between them and the Champions are mostly portrayed as, at best, those who deliver the Worf Barrage. For example, Avengers Infinity doesn't believe in using armies and instead uses computers and robots to provide most of their security, as opposed to Stingray Industry's private army. While this puts them at risk of being attacked by some computer viruses and technopaths, it reduces the chance of people being killed. Furthermore, because the leadership of Avengers Infinity is much more decentralized than the Champions, it can take much longer for major decisions to be made, and occasionally there is some serious backstabbing among that leadership.
  • Troll: Not Avengers Infinity as a whole, but the tendency of Tony Stark alts to be this and piss people off earns them enough enemies that sometimes winds up causing them trouble.


     Avengers Chicago Branch 


Avengers Assemble!

The first branch of Avengers to be established in Chicago, the vast majority of the team composes of relative newcomers to Coreline.

The Chicago Team's main roster includes:

Mari Illustrious Makinami/Captain America

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Alternate version of Mari Illustrious Makinami (as she appears on the Evangelion anime and manga, based on the version appearing on Superwomen Of Eva American Dream). She initially started out with the powers and training of an alternate of Captain America, but since her arrival, has expanded her skill set to better cope with the madness of Coreline.

  • Ancestral Weapon: Captain America's Mighty Shield (yes, it really gets called that occasionally). The incredible value of this shield as a collector's item (enough that people have tried to steal it from Mari before, the most memorable example (to Mari) being the attempt by an Alternate of Rocket Raccoon) is one of the reasons why Mari has developed a tick of never leaving the Shield out of her sight, or even letting go of it if she can help it.
  • Berserk Button: Go ahead. Mess with Mari's shield. Or treat her like she's somehow useless or a fraud. Go right ahead.
  • Blood Knight: Really enjoys fighting to the point where she considers fighting a freaking Predator to be a good time!
  • Catchphrase: "Oh, shitballs!".
  • The Chains of Commanding: Part of Rise Of The Extraordinary Avengers is her having to learn how to deal with this.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Has a variation in that, after being forced to depend upon herself so often over a long period of time, she's very unwilling to stand aside and let others fight battles on her behalf, or simply trust that they can handle a given problem without assistance. This is especially true when she feels someone is making a serious mistake or handling a situation in a way she feels is wrong. She also will try to change anything in society she feels is wrong... and while she is right a lot of the time, her preference for blunt methods tend to piss off a lot of people (willingly and unwillingly) regardless.
  • Clear My Name: Coreline: A Tale Of Two Maris deals with a Taskmaster version of Mari trying to frame her.
  • Crazy-Prepared: Taught to her by Captain Freakin' America, of all people. Pretty much seems to have become a pet peeve of hers when people are (in her eyes) not as prepared.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: By the standards of the Core Timeline, Mari's powers aren't very impressive. Advanced physical capabilities, as well as a copy ability that lets her analyze and replicate virtually any physical skill after seeing it only once. But she now lives in a world filled with Supernatural Martial Arts, training techniques for Charles Atlas Superpowers, and masters of Fantastic Fighting Styles and Ki Manipulation. And her copy ability lets her learn and master it all far faster than most people could ever hope to. Needless to say, she's become very good at milking this ability for everything it's worth.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Maria Vincennes, a.k.a. "Thunderstrike".
  • I Gave My Word: And if she swears on her shield and her great-grandfather's memory, you better believe that she will die before breaking it.
  • I Shall Taunt You: A preferred tactic of hers.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Oddly enough, she is a societal Jenkins rather than a combat Jenkins. If she sees a status quo that needs to be changed because it's wrong (incompetence, corruption and such), she tries to change it ASAP, and most of the time it's for the better... but the amount of people she pisses off (because of unwilling (or quite willing) insulting or because of literally punching their lights out) along the way (and sometimes, what she thinks is "incompetence, corruption and such" is not really the case... or better than the alternative) can sometimes get pretty excessive (to the point even she acknowledges that it's one of her "curses" among the many blessings she got as Captain America).
  • Me's a Crowd: Can use the Shadow Clone Jutsu from Naruto.
  • One-Woman Army
  • Other Me Annoys Me: Much of the drama on her introduction story, Legends Of The Fourth Of July, comes from the fact that she is getting some Fantastic Racism from people who can't see past the fact that she is another version of Mari Illustrious Makinami (canonically a Blood Knight Cloud Cuckoolander with no (as of yet apparent) Hidden Depths). On Legends, the fact that the insistence of people to not want to hear her because of this almost gets Chicago destroyed drives her past the Despair Event Horizon, while on Rise the fact that other members of her team (and The Champions) still don't see eye-to-eye with her because of this is one of The Chains of Commanding she has to deal with the most.
  • Pillow Shield: Refuses to be without her shield to the point where she sleeps with it beneath her pillow.
  • Rookie Red Ranger: Toyed with. Mari doesn't have the command experience that some of the other members of her team have, but she's lived in Coreline for much longer and has traveled around it, so she knows the way it works a lot better than the others on her team.
  • Sad Clown: Spider-Man-style, she can continuously belt out quips even if feeling distressed as a survival mechanism... until, well, it is too distressful for her to think of anything.
  • The Strategist: Was trained to be one by one of the best...
  • Summon Magic: Thanks to spells placed upon her shield, Mari can use it to summon a giant golden eagle, among other things.
  • Supernatural Martial Arts: Went on a journey with Maria "Thunderstrike" Vincennes in order to learn as much as she could about them. Which turns out to be a lot...
  • Underestimating Badassery: Is frequently on the receiving end of this Trope. Has been known to even invoke this Trope by downplaying her own abilities to fool an enemy.
  • Weak, but Skilled: While much stronger and more durable than an ordinary human, she's nowhere near as tough as a Kryptonian or a gamma mutant. But that doesn't stop her from taking down foes well above her weight class.

Maria Vincennes/Thunderstrike

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Alternate version of Maria Vincennes (as she appears on the Evangelion RPG, Neon Genesis Evangelion RPG: The Nerv White Paper, based on the version appearing on Superwomen Of Eva Storm Bringer) that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has the powers of The Mighty Thor.

Mana Kirishima/Iron Maiden

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Alternate version of Mana Kirishima (as she appears on the Evangelion, based on the version appearing on Superwomen Of Eva Iron Resolve) that is one of the members of Mari's team. Wears a suit of armor like those used by Iron Man.

  • Ace Custom: Her Iron Man suit is built to her exact specifications and includes various gadgets that regular Iron Man suits do not have-such as weapons capable of punching right through or disable A.T. Fields.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Iron Man levels of snark come out of her with (quite occasionally) exasperated tones (S.I.D. doesn't tones down in any way when she is talking).
  • Powered Armor: Duh.
  • Trauma Conga Line: She went through hell during "Operation Endgame".

Alphonse Elric/Wonder Man

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Alternate version of Alphonse Elric that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has the powers of the Wonder Man in addition to his canon skills in alchemy.


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Alternate version of Glitter that is one of the members of Mari's team. A fairy with abilities similar to The Wasp in addition to her own abilities.


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Tai is the Tactical Artificial Intelligence of the American Dream, Mari's ship.

  • Benevolent A.I.: Is a trustworthy ally and friend to Mari and the rest of her team.
  • No-Sell: Proved to be completely immune to the massive hacking attack by PROGENY. And a lot of people want to know why.
  • Spaceship Girl: It is the "American Dream".
  • Touched by Vorlons: After a fashion. Tai started out as a standard (if highly advanced) AI that was subsequently modified and upgraded up the wazoo. It was enhanced with mystic runes and spells by the dwarves of Nidavellir as well as some other upgrades, and that was before it arrived in Coreline. Since then, Tai has been further augmented with Stark upgrades and nanites from the 11th Angel. It is believed that this hodge-podge is what made Tai immune to PROGENY.

Prince Zuko/Red Hulk

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Alternate version of Prince Zuko that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has the powers of the Red Hulk, plus highly boosted Firebending abilities.

Aximili-Esgarrouth-Isthill, "Ax"/Black Knight

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Alternate version of Aximili-Esgarrouth-Isthill that is one of the members of Mari's team. Was cursed to become the Black Knight.

  • Blessed with Suck / Cursed With Awesome: On the one hand, he no longer has the limits that his canonical morphing abilities had (such as the "two-hour-and-Mode Lock" limit, having to go back to his "base" form to morph into something else, or the slowness of the morph compared to, say, the ones performed by the Omnitrix). On the other hand, he no longer has the capability to perform a full-body morph into anything (not even his own original body), so he has to make do with what abilities his body gets from morphing parts of it. He is doing pretty well, actually.
  • Delicious Distraction: As in canon, Ax is very easily distracted by foods such as cinnamon buns. Especially cinnamon buns.
  • Mix And Match Creature: What the curse has turned him into. The capacity to change what he exactly he is a "mix-and-match" of means that he has effectively weaponized this.
  • My Greatest Failure: The reason why an alt of freaking Merlin saw fit to curse Ax? He betrayed his fellow Animorphs and almost caused The End of the World as We Know It when he agreed to follow the orders of General Ripper Andalites.
  • 24-Hour Armor: Ax is clad in cursed armor which he cannot take off until he finally atones. At least it changes shape to fit his morphs.
  • Verbal Tic: As in his canon series, he calls Mari "Princess" (and only in a semi-ironic fashion, as well), acknowledging that Mari is his leader in an Asskicking Equals Authority fashion (for those who haven't read the books: the Andalite rank of "prince" is more along the lines of a military general and doesn't means any type of royal blood (other than probably being part of a Badass Family)). It's a tic so strong that the fact the CHIMERA White Martian infiltrator didn't call Mari this once was all the warning Mari needed to fend off the attack that followed.

Michiru Kururugi/Dr. Shikigami

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Alternate version of Michiru Kururugi as he appears in the Inuyasha game, InuYasha: The Secret of the Cursed Mask that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has the powers of Doctor Strange in addition to his own magical abilities.

Sergeant Slaughter/Hercules

"You're gonna work until you wish you were dead! And then keep going! Because yer afraid if you don't, I won't let you die!"

Alternate version of Sergeant Slaughter that is one of the members of Mari's team. Wields the powers of The Incredible Hercules.

Jack Darby/Spider-Man

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Alternate version of Jack Darby that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has the powers of Spider-Man, among others.

  • Destructo-Nookie: He and Arcee are considered infamous for these among their teammates.
  • Mutagenic Goo: Part of the reason for his transformation was exposure to specially designed cyber matter.
  • Robo Sexual: His girlfriend/mate/sparkmate is Arcee/Silk, they were together before becoming transmetal cyborgs, and their attraction is so strong that it is pretty damn hard for them to stop making out (or getting hot) when they get going.
  • Transhuman: He is essentially a Cybertronian Cyborg with Spider-Man powers.


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Alternate version of Arcee that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has the powers of Spider-Woman, among others.

  • Berserk Button: Do not call Jack "needle-dick".
  • Destructo-Nookie: She and Jack are considered infamous for these among their teammates.
  • Meaningful Name: It's the (somewhat) defiance of this that is meaningful: she didn't took a directly spider-related name because of her dislike for Airachnid (who is the reason she and Jack mutated in the first place).
  • Mutagenic Goo: Was transformed when she attempted to rescue Jack after he was tossed into a vat of cyber matter.
  • Ridiculously Human Robot: And has gotten even more "ridiculously human" thanks to Pretender technology. Still is able to transform into a motorcycle for rapid movement.

Daniel Larusso/Iron Fist

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Alternate version of Daniel Larusso that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has the powers of Iron Fist, along with the power of a mystical shrine.

  • Chest Insignia: Unlike the typical dragon that Iron Fist has, Danny has the mark of a dragon overlaid with the image of the Shrine (the magical artifact that he pursued on the animated series) on his chest.
  • Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: The ritual to becoming the Iron Fist involves killing the dragon Shao-Lao the Undying with your bare hands. Danny did just that when one more attempt to get the Shrine ended with a dragon attacking him and his friends.
  • Dreaming of Things to Come: When Daniel has what is called a Shrine Nightmare, it means two things; that it will come true, and it will be very bad!
  • Failed a Spot Check: CHIMERA completely avoided causing a Shrine Nightmares.
  • Fighting with Chucks: Daniel gets the Dragon Coils, a three-sectioned staff that can also function as a regular staff. It has a sculpted dragon head on each end.
  • Nickname's The Same: In-Universe: He gets called "Danny" often. Obviously anybody expecting Danny Rand gets a big surprise when meeting him...
  • Hachimaki: Wears his iconic one in lieu of the mask Iron Fist uses.

Anakin Skywalker/Sentry

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Alternate version of Anakin Skywalker that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has the powers of The Sentry.

  • The Dreaded: Not only is he renowned for his reputation as Darth Vader (despite this version having never gone over to the Dark Side), but his lack of stability and overwhelming power make him such a force to be reckoned with that even Mari says she would not want to pick a fight with him!
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Appears to have this on his introductory scene (where he sets an entire corridor on fire with a supernova-hot blast, hurting Super Rei severely, because he wanted to be left alone).
  • Person of Mass Destruction.

Ahsoka Tano/Valkyrie

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Alternate version of Ahsoka Tano that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has taken up the mantle of the Valkyrie.

  • Amazonian Beauty
  • Jerkass: Very rude to Mari every time we hear her speak.
  • Morality Pet: Believes herself to be this for Anakin, and blames other alts of herself for abandoning him and not keeping him from going over to the Dark Side.
  • Other Me Annoys Me: She makes it clear that she believes that her abandoning the Jedi Order on the universes that are close to the canon Star Wars timeline was one of the reasons that Anakin Skywalker fell to the Dark Side. Because of this, she herself sticks close to Anakin no matter what, in an attempt to personally atone.
  • Verbal Tic: Seems to have taken a peculiar liking to insult people (especially Mari) with the term "Nerf Herder". Nerfs are Star Wars-verse bull/yak-like creatures, a hell of a lot more smelly, and obviously working with them (and those working with them) are not seen in a kind light.

Panthro/Black Panther

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Alternate version of Panthro that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has taken the role of the Black Panther.

  • Fighting with Chucks: As always, nunchaku are his weapons of choice. This set, dubbed the Thunder Claws, are equipped with D-Materia that allow him to use fire and ice spells.
  • Giving Radio to the Romans: On his backstory: his mechanical acumen is one of the reasons why Wakanda (well, the one on the universe he comes from) is a Crystal Spires and Togas country in the deepest part of Darkest Africa.
  • God Guise: On his backstory, an unintentional version: he is an alien anthropomorphic panther that appeared in a country that worships a panther God—understandably, they believed him to be their god's Anthropomorphic Personification, even after he convinced them otherwise.
  • Jerkass: Isn't very happy with Mari leading and not him.
  • Tank Goodness: His Thundertank.


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Alternate version of Sango that is one of the members of Mari's team. Endowed with the power of the Xandarian Nova Force.

Samantha Simpson/Black Widow

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Alternate version of Sam that is one of the members of Mari's team. A Super Soldier who became known as the Black Widow in her native universe.


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Alternate version of Hank that is one of the members of Mari's team. Continues to wield his Energy Bow as Hawkeye.

  • All-American Face: His looks are lampshaded by Mari as being like this, to the point she finds it weird that he isn't a Captain America Amalgam.
  • The Archer: Was one before and after arriving at the Core Timeline.
  • Continuation Fic: In-Universe example: it's explicitly mentioned that he and his friends managed to return to Earth from the Realm and continued their adventures when villains from The Realm tried to invade Earth, before arriving in the Core Timeline.
  • Green Lantern Ring: His Energy Bow is capable of firing off energy beams with various functions like being made of solid energy that can be used as ropes (for climbing or disabling enemies) and planks (for walking over chasms), can explode (in destructive fashion or just with a large flash of light), punch through objects as solid as various inches of steel and rock.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold
  • Heroic Build: Mari makes a Lampshade Hanging that he has such stereotypically "heroic" looks (plus having been The Leader of his party on his home universe/the "Dungeons & Dragons" cartoon) that it is odd that he is an "Amalgam" with Hawkeye and not Captain America.
  • Team Dad
  • The Straight and Arrow Path


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Alternate version of Diana that is one of the members of Mari's team. Transformed into a She-Hulk.

Mr. T/Power Man

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Alternate version of Mr. T (as he appears in the Mister T cartoon). Is head of the Chicago Branch's "Young Avengers" program and has the powers of Luke Cage.

Yamcha/Werewolf By Night

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Alternate version of Yamcha, who can transform into a werewolf.


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Alternate version of Sokka that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has taken the role of the Ant-Man.

Sari Sumdac/Yellowjacket

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Alternate version of Sari Sumdac that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has taken the role of Yellowjacket.

Rex Salazar/War Machine

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Alternate version of Rex Salazar that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has taken up the mantle of War Machine.

  • Adaptive Armor: His War Machine armor can self-modify itself on the fly because of his innate nanotech.
  • Berserk Button: Leaders that have the We Have Reserves mentality (because of his experiences with Providence and White Knight). The mere assumption that Sylvia Stingray has this belief has him compare her in a very unfavorable fashion to the latter in the first chapter of Reassembled.
  • Pro-Human Transhuman: He is a walking bundle of Lovecraftian Superpower-creating nanotechnology that would prefer to sit down someplace and laze around, but has no problem kicking ass and helping people.
  • Shapeshifter Weapon: Still has his canonical powers, which have been upgraded by Avengers Infinity. Uses them to build the War Machine Powered Armor he wears.

Ukyo Kounji/Warbird

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Alternate version of Ukyo Kounji that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has the powers and abilities of Warbird.

Lloyd Irving/Falcon

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Alternate version of Lloyd Irving that is one of the members of Mari's team. Has taken up the mantle of the The Falcon.


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Alternate version of Thirty/Thirty who is part of the security staff of the Chicago Branch Avengers Mansion.

Submariner Tsunade Senju

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Alternate version of Tsunade Senju that is one of the members of Mari's team, and has the powers and abilities of Namor The Sub-Mariner

  • Boobs of Steel: Yup, still has them. And they're bigger than ever.
  • Combat Medic: One of the best that Konohagakure has ever had.
  • Emergency Transformation: Her backstory: after being affected by one of Orochimaru's poisons (which would have ended up causing something bad, and she is pretty sure she's better off not knowing what), she utilized some unusual DNA that Naruto had found on one of Orochimaru's labs to change her body chemistry and fight off the poison... the amphibian Flying Brick powers were only a pretty highly beneficial side-effect.
  • Flying Brick/Flying Seafood Special: Namor powerset of "flying amphibious brick".
  • Prongs of Poseidon: Tsunade's special weapon, a magic trident dubbed the "Gambler's Fortune".
  • Walking Swimsuit Scene: Her regular superhero uniform, barring other items like lab coats to use during experimentation back at base, is a two-piece bikini.

Kazuma Kuwabara/Ghost Rider

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An Alternate version of Kazuma Kuwabara that got the powers of the Ghost Rider. Member of the Chicago chapter of the Extraordinary Avengers.

Pyrrha Nikos/Polaris

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An Alternate of Pyrrha who survived her attempted murder by Cinder Fall due to being dragged onto the Core Timeline and being treated for her seemingly mortal wound. She then joined the Avengers under the mantle of Polaris. First appeared in "Avengers Reassembled".

  • Magnetism Manipulation: As typical for Pyrrha, though her powers are even stronger than they were before.
  • Mix-and-Match Weapon: Pyrrha uses upgraded versions of Miló and Akoúo, her canon weapons. Akoúo is a circular shield while Miló can become a sword, a spear, or a sniper rifle.
  • Not Quite Dead: This alt managed to arrive on the Line soon enough after Cinder struck her canon self's fatal blow that she could be treated.

     Young Avengers 

A sub-division of the Avengers Infinity which provides training for teenage (or child) rookie superheroes and assists them into starting their careers with proper oversight and support. The Chicago section of this program is run by Mr. T.

Members include:

Sakura Suzuhara/Prime

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Alternate version of Sakura Suzuhara, who has the powers of The Ultraverse's Prime.

Edward Grant/Gamma G

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Alternate version of Edward Grant that is a member of the Young Avengers' Chicago group.

  • All Your Powers Combined: Due to an accident, he gained small fragments of the skills and abilities of various Power-Class heroes and villains in his native universe. And while they aren't much individually, when you consider that those fragments came from the like of Hulk, Abomination, Power Man, Juggernaut, Giant Man, and more... it adds up quickly.
  • Nerd Glasses: One of the smartest members of the YA and has a nice gray-framed set, to boot.
  • Shorter Means Smarter: Almost taken to The Runt at the End levels.

Chris Taylor/Patriot Dragon

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Alternate version of Chris Taylor that is a member of the Young Avengers' Chicago group.

  • All Your Powers Combined: Due to an accident, he gained small fragments of the skills and abilities of various Fight-Class heroes and villains in his native universe. And while they aren't much individually, when you consider that those fragments came from the like of Captain America, Baron Zemo, Iron Fist, Green Goblin, Black Widow, and more... it adds up quickly.
  • Dark-Skinned Blond: Which fits pretty well with his "punk" looks.
  • The Eeyore: Still is pretty sore about the whole "transported to another dimension against his will and going back is impossible at the moment" thing.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: It's pretty obvious whenever he's pining for the world and people he's left behind. He still is a member of the Avengers and is completely unable to leave friend or civilian face danger if he can do something about it.
  • Supernatural Martial Arts: Knows tricks like using ki to fly and shoot blasts. Understandable not only because of training with the local Captain America, but also because his collective skill set includes various examples of this trope.

Henry Bigg/Stature

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Alternate version of Henry Bigg that is a member of the Young Avengers' Chicago group who has taken up the name of Stature.

  • Berserk Button: Obviously, threatening the Littles. His first use of his Stature powers in a hostile manner was to scare the living hell out of Dr. Hunter when he tried, yet again, to capture the Littles. "A Little Hospitality" has him facing off against Hunter once again, and the narration mentions that he seems to be imitating a Titan (yeah, those) for a moment there when he gets a grasp of the doctor.
  • Freak Lab Accident: Courtesy of Hank Pym moving into Grand Valley.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Pretty sweet kid, all things considered.
  • Incredible Shrinking Man: It's mentioned on his introduction that he likes having the capacity to shrink because it allows him to spend time with his friends, the Littles.
  • Meaningful Name: Even more meaningful now that he can grow several stories tall by just thinking about it.
  • Sizeshifter: Can shrink and grow at will.

"Mighty" Max

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Alternate version of Max that is a member of the Young Avengers' Chicago group.

  • The Chosen One: Was this on his native universe. After all he lived through (twice), he not only believes that It Sucks to Be the Chosen One, but he appreciates that being part of the Y.A. allows him to learn more skills to be a hero and he's around friends that can help him shoulder the load.
  • Continuation Fic: In-Universe example: it's explicitly mentioned that he and his friends and allies managed to defeat Skullmaster after the Reset Button Ending.
  • Cool Hat: His magical cap, which now has the capacity to open portals to anywhere he wants.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Spider-Man-style "keep making comments of anything crazy that is going on" kind of snark.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: Even if a Kid Hero, he is pretty much this in comparison to the other Young Avengers. Justified because his native universe/show had an impressive amount of Nightmare Fuel, and he was the primary victim of all of it.
  • Totally Radical: It's pretty hard to detect, but it's there (in the kid's defense, he is from a series made in The '90s).


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Alternate version of Kiki that appeared on Chicago and was taken under the wing of Dr. Shikigami. A somewhat reluctant member of the Y.A. (mostly because she doesn't knows whether or not she wants to be a superhero), but still does what she can bravely.

     The Renegades 


Avengers Assemble!

Every hero team has its problem members. People with bad attitudes, serious issues, and don't object to causing trouble for everyone else. And when people like that arrive at Avengers Infinity's Chicago Branch, they quickly find themselves placed in the Slaughterhouse under the care of Sergeant Slaughter. Dubbed the Renegades, these troublemakers leave Slaughter's command in one of two ways; on their feet like soldiers, or in ditty bags. Itty-bitty ditty bags!

The Renegades' roster includes:


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Alternate version of Shego that is a member of the Chicago Branch Avengers. Has taken up the mantle of Spectrum.

  • Combo Platter Powers: Has a wide array of powers and abilities related to projecting, absorbing, and transforming into different forms of energy.
  • Cynicism Catalyst: An inversion of sorts. Dr. Drakken attempted to sacrifice Shego and her brothers to give himself superpowers. The death of her brothers, including Hego's sacrifice to save her, made Shego turn against her former boss and leading to an eventual Heel–Face Turn. Good job making your top minion fed up with villainy, Lipsky!
  • Good Bad Girl: She loves being "bad", but being "evil" is a thing she refuses to be again.


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Alternate version of Shampoo that is a member of the Chicago Branch Avengers. Has the powers and abilities of Songbird.

The Scout/Speed

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An Alternate version of The Scout that is a member of the Chicago Branch Avengers. Has the powers and abilities Speed.


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An Alternate version of Bolin that is a member of the Chicago Branch Avengers. Has the powers and abilities Marvel's Sandman.

  • The Eeyore: In contrast to his canon version, at least.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Downplayed and deconstructed, all in one go. As a result of the events that gave him his powers, Bolin was driven temporarily insane, and started lashing out at everyone luckless enough to be nearby. As a result, Korra used her bending to trap him on an island, the water making it impossible for him to ever leave. While she may have felt it necessary, it made Bolin's grip on his sanity even more tenuous. And while he has been getting therapy for this since his arrival in the Core Timeline, he still suffers from outbursts of rage.

Jack Spicer/A-Bomb

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An Alternate version of Jack Spicer that is a member of the Chicago Branch Avengers. Transformed himself into an Abomination-type gamma mutant and is now known as A-Bomb.

  • Heel–Face Turn: A rather reluctant one. Jack was having no luck being a villain and got so fed up with constantly losing that he mutated himself. And when even that failed to get him victory or respect, he decided to try going straight. He knows that there's a lot wrong with him, but he just isn't sure how to get past it. The fact that he is still tempted by his old evil impulses doesn't help.
  • Teen Genius.

Jenette Vasquez/Crush

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An Alternate version of Jenette Vasquez that is a member of the Chicago Branch Avengers. Transformed into a She-Hulk.

     Extraordinary Avengers — Chicago Branch — Other Personnel 

The Littles

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An Alternate version of The Littles (Grandpa, Lucy, Tom, Dinky, Frank and Helen, among others) that live and work on the Extraordinary Avengers' Mansion as part of their maintenence and support personnel. First appear on Avengers Reassembled.

  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Dinky. He's The Ditz, The Klutz, and a Captain Crash (he's mentioned off-hand to have crashed his model airplane on Iron Maiden's head and earned her emnity, for one), but he's capable of flying model-sized airplanes through conditions that master model pilots would fear (the fact that he's physically in the plane and if he screws up he'll die is a pretty obvious incentive).
  • Cool Old Guy: Grandpa. Sure, he's old, but he's pretty wise and willing to kick ass and venture into a world that is worse than his native one.
  • The Cutie: Lucy. The short story "A Little Hospitality" makes special mention of this, with a Hellsoldier (think "Anti-Superman Terminator") thinking she is nice.
  • MacGyvering: Little society (and similar Fictions, like The Borrowers) pretty much lives by it, taking regular human detritus and creating gadgets out of it, like rubber-band airplanes, aluminum-can trains, or city-wide "phone hubs" made from straws.
  • Mouse World: How they live, every day, given that they are the size of mice. It helps for their maintenance gig.
  • Rock Beats Laser: Invoked with their recruitement as security personnel. Many of the Mansion's security measures are manually controlled by them to prevent hackers from causing chaos.
  • Sizeshifter: They have special belts that spray Pym Particles on them and allow them to change size (mostly between their normal "little" and "human average" sizes) at will.

Hayate Ayasaki

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An Alternate version of Hayate the Combat Butler that works on the Extraordinary Avengers' Mansion as the team's personal butler. First appears on Avengers Reassembled.

The Doctor

Please state the nature of the medical emergency... (stops, looks around and notices Dr. Shikinami and Tsunade standing nearby) Oh. It's you.'

An Alternate version of the Federation Mark-1 Emergency Medical Hologram that works on the Extraordinary Avengers' Mansion as part of the team's medical personnel, assisting Dr. Shikinami and Tsunade. First appears on Avengers Reassembled.

     Avengers New York Branch 


Avengers Assemble!

The main branch of the Avengers Infinity, based in the Infinite Avengers Tower in New York City. Their mandate is to protect the world, and for a long time, focused on providing support for any Avenger or team of Avengers to arrive in Coreline. The New York branch first appears on Orion Pax 09's story "Legends Of The Fourth Of July".

The New York branch's roster includes:

Steven Rogers/Captain America (Team 8096/422012)

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An Alternate of Captain America and leader of Avengers Team 8096/422012, which is based on their Earth's Mightiest Heroes! incarnation. He has been working to expand his skill set, and has been training under an Alternate of Goku. He offered to train Mari after the disaster that resulted in her being placed on probation.

Tony Stark/Iron Man (Team 8096/422012)

The resident Iron Man of Avengers Team 8096/422012.

Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch.

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An Alternate of the Scarlet Witch which is a member of the New York branch of Avengers Infinity.

Victor Von Doom

An Alternate of Doctor Doom that is a member of the Astonishing Avengers. First appears on Legends of the Fourth Of July.

Amora, The Enchantress.

An Alternate of Amora that is a member of the Astonishing Avengers. First appears on Legends of the Fourth of July.

Father Cletus Kasady

An Alternate of Cletus Kasady (or as you may know him better, Carnage) who is a man of the cloth and a member of the Astonishing Avengers. First appears on Legends of the Fourth Of July.

Tony Stark/Iron Man (Team TRN123/7122013)

The Iron Man who is former leader of Avengers Team Team TRN123/7122013.

  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Turns out that he got brainwashed by Goldie into being a mole for her inside the Avengers Infinity. How much of that was the reason for his Jerkassery towards Mari is still unknown.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Because Mari/Captain America inadvertently made him lose a bet, he blew up Mari's phone, cut off her ability to contact anyone in Avengers Infinity, and locked down vital information regarding about an imminent mind control plot, considering it to be nothing more than a game on Mari's part.
  • Evil Costume Switch: Uses the Superior Iron Man Techno-Symbiote armor (which has a digital copy of Goldie's psyche as an OS, and is made of a Symbiote version of a Neon Genesis Evangelion-verse Angel) on the final act of Legends Of The Fourth Of July.
  • Jerkass: A colossal one, to the point that a Running Gag throughout the story is calling him "Jerk Me/Stark" to differentiate him from the other Starks that appear.
  • Training from Hell: His punishment for being a jerk to Mari and nearly allowing Goldie to win involves him going through this, with Mari as the Drill Sergeant Nasty.


     Avengers Minnesota Branch 


Avengers Assemble!

The Avengers branch established in Minnesota, several of them being from the Extraordinary Avengers program and others being more "standard".

The Minnesota Team's main roster includes:

Mari Illustrious Makinami/Bulwark

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Alternate version of Mari Illustrious Makinami (as she appears on the Rebuild of Evangelion anime and manga, based on the version appearing on Superwomen Of Eva American Dream). A (relatively) new arrival to the Core Timeline, she was recruited into the Extraordinary Avengers.

Aside from various Tropes she shares with the Chicago Captain Makinami, these Tropes are hers:

  • Battle Couple: With her wife Asuka.
  • Berserk Button:
    • One she shares with her wife is insulting the other. They acknowledge that there's versions of Mari Makinami and Asuka Langley that are absolutely deserving of being a Hate Sink, but talking about either of them as part of such a crowd will be an instant ticket to all the kinds of pain and horror they can unleash at that moment.
  • Butch Lesbian: Aside from certain things like loving the occasional Spot of Tea her pursuits are more tomboyish, such as gadget and engine repair and the latest types of weapons.
  • The Big Guy or The Brute: Depending on how you see it. She is a hitter, not a leader. Someone else does the big plans, it is her job to make them pull through. This is her position on the team, and she is happy about it (if you want her to be The Dragon, she doesn't minds being that, either).
  • Composite Character: Inspiration-wise, she not only is based on the "American Dream" version of Mari (and obviously her canon version), but she also has some details of Eliot Spencer and Bucky Barnes, a.k.a. The Winter Soldier. There is also some basis on some of the more "dirty works" moments of Captain America.
  • Friendly Sniper: Pretty damn friendly, and not afraid to shoot people at all if it's necessary in an operation (this is something that canon Mari has, too).
  • Friend to All Children
  • The Gunslinger: Elements of the Quick Draw and The Woo (although a Boring, but Practical version of "The Woo", using the Center Axis Relock as her basis and doing nothing fancier than applying a Multiple Gunshot Death on her enemies).
  • Happily Married: To her wife Asuka.
  • Simple, yet Awesome: Her general approach to tactics, gear and super-heroism. If the thirty-year-old Iron Man Powered Armor can do everything Tony Stark loves to boast equally well as the newest models, then why not use it? Or if the best way to take out the Dragon Ball Z-level super-martial-artist Physical God is to pepper spray his face until he stops his hostility (or pay his dinner, and then pepper spray his face), then why not do that? Another reason she prefers to be the "brawn" in a Brains and Brawn team-up is because she knows this approach can backfire sometimes.
  • Specs of Awesome: She still wears her glasses, even if she doesn't needs them. They are Augmented Reality gear, combining this with Goggles Do Something Unusual... and Sexy Spectacles (or at least Asuka thinks so).
  • Superhero Packing Heat.

Mana Kirishima/Iron Girl

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Alternate version of Mana Kirishima (as she appears on the Evangelion, based on the version appearing on Superwomen Of Eva Iron Resolve) that utilizes a variant of the Iron Man Powered Armor. First appears on the short story "A Toast For New Year".

Aside from other Tropes she shares with the Chicago Mana "Iron Maiden" Kirishima, she has the following.

  • Ace Custom: Her Iron Girl/Woman/Maiden armor, which is an "Ace Custom" (from her point of view) by virtue of her constantly working on it.
  • Break Out the Museum Piece: The version of the Iron Man armor that she uses is based on the Mark 13 "Modular Armor" (which appeared on all of Iron Man's Capcom vs. game appearances until Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes and the 1990s "Iron Man" cartoon) instead of the more modern MCU/"Extremis" design that the Avengers Infinity version of Mana uses. Lacking certain gadgets such as the connection with JARVIS (or SID, or any other of Stark's A.I.s) and believed to be less advanced overall (in comparison with the Transhumanist super-tech used on the armors from the Extremis onwards), its modular component design provides her with immense flexibility to tinker around and experiment with new technologies... which allows for a degree of Confusion Fu and even creating quirks that only she knows how to deal with (no better way to stop someone from stealing it than "Only I Can Make It Go").
  • Deadpan Snarker: She is an apprentice to Tony Stark. Becoming one of these is just part of the course.
  • Mythology Gag: One of her roles on Stark Industries, in between being an apprentice and all-around go-fer... is to be Stark's bodyguard.
  • Odd Friendship: With an Alternate of Mayumi Yamagishi/Batgirl. Her first story showcases one of their annual rituals, a full-on Shout-Out to the BTAS/New Batman Adventures episode "Holiday Knights".
  • Powered Armor: Duh. As explained above, her version of the Iron Man/Iron Maiden suit could fall under What a Piece of Junk, if you had the technical knowhow of (or were an actual) Tony Stark.
  • Wrench Wench

Asuka Langley Shikinami/Iron Fist

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Alternate version of Asuka Langley Shikinami (as she appears on the Rebuild of Evangelion anime and manga). Amalgamated with The Immortal Iron Fist. Married to Mari Makinami, "Bulwark", and a member of the Minnesota Extraordinary Avengers.

Korra 'America' Estrella.

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Alternate version of Korra that has, as well as her regular Avatar powers, those of America Chavez. A member of the Minnesota Extraordinary Avengers.

Aside from other Tropes that she shares with her canon version, she has the following:


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