Coming eventually to a web page near you! *
* At this point (10/29/14), aside from describing the Living Tribunal, I haven't even started working on Starblast proper, as you can clearly see. What is on this page so far are various characters that I have covered for other things in the New Universe handbook, or elsewhere on the 13. This will likely be the very last portion of the handbook I complete, since then I'll only have to describe the Starblasters.
And the Stranger. And whatever Marvel heroes were relevant to this train wreck, I suppose. Anyhow, here's what's done thus far, by dumb luck:
The Guest of Honor:
the Star Brand: the Star Brand is an artifact of infinite power, one which requires a sentient being to contain and command its energies. Taking the form of a star-shaped tattoo, the Star Brand can be moved about one's body, or transferred to another, at will. Availability:
Nobody Here Yet, But Will Eventually Include Codabac, Fabrikant, Insidio, Kreeg, Nygorn, Skar, Skeletron, Threkker, Trieste, Xlyym, and Zardok.
New Universe Heroes:
the All-American: After developing paranormal powers, New York Smashers quarterback Jack Magniconte founded Kickers, Inc., to use said abilities to help others handle off-the-wall problems that no one else could! Availability:
Chrome: after her exposure to the highly mutagenic, paradoxical Pitt-Juice, Jenny Swensen was forever altered. This impossible substance rendered her paranormal, and she developed an organic steel skin to replace the MAX armor she'd lost to the government. Availability:
Justice: a Justice Department operative who was co-opted by the dream powers of Daedalus Darquill, John Tensen eventually escaped from that madman's induded psychosis with newly developed paranormal powers, and became a lethal force for Justice. Availability:
Nightmask: comatose Keith Remsen awoke during the White Event, it having granted him incredible dream powers. Wishing to use them to help others, he began to enter their dreams as Nightmask, so no one would recognize him afterward. Availability:
Psi-Hawk: created by the concentration of at least one of the original psionic paranormals collected by the late Emmett Proudhawk, this spectral gestalt is the ultimate weapon in Psi-Force's arsenal - a combination of all their powers and psyches. Availability:
Folks to Add Some Day: Captain Manhattan, Metallurge, Overshadow, Pitt Bull.
Marvel Universe Heroes:
Kayla Ballantine: when her boyfriend Quasar returned from a cross-time adventure, he inadvertently passed the Star Brand to Kayla. Though she didn't realize it at first, various villains were able to perceive the thing, and schemed to take it from her. Availability:
Namor, the Sub-Mariner: son of an Atlantean princess and an American sea captain, Namor initially despised humanity. When he saw the worst of them in the form of Nazi Germany, Namor allied with humans of power like his to oppose their every move. Availability:
Quasar: appointed the Protector of the Universe by the mighty Eon, Wendell Elvis Vaughn uses the mighty Quantum bands to perform his duties. His time as the champion of our cosmos has seen Wendell suffer greatly, but ultimatly come out on top in the end. Availability:
Folks To Maybe Add Some Day, Once I Research How Relevant To The Story They Really Are: Ant-Man, Binary, Black Bolt, Spectrum, Darkstar, Dr. Strange, Fantastic Four, Hulk, Hyperion, Ikaris, Lockjaw, Lyja, Moondancer, Northstar, Nova, Perun, Pit Bull, Tamara Rahn, Solar Wind, Stingray, Tiger Shark, Triton, Vanguard, Voyager, Adam Warlock, Uatu the Watcher, the Winter Guard.
the Living Tribunal: the second most powerful entity in the cosmology of the entire Marvel multiverse, that which is known as the Living Tribunal is the ultimate arbitrer of cosmic law, as well as the preserver of the balance of power in this reality. Availability:
I Will Eventually Add The Stranger Here.
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