Base Set: Villains

 

 
 

Mocker

The murderous android known as the Mocker has been wreaking havoc since the moment he became self-aware. Initially intended as an automated servant, the Mocker employs his extensive library on human psychology to perfect his powers of manipulation. He is equipped with powerful and versatile sonic capabilities that allow him to copy any voice, project any sound, create concentrated beams of sonic force, and generate a variety of rude noises.

Mockers uses these capabilities to bark orders, makes persuasive speeches, mock his adversaries, confuse and deafen his opponents, and make enemy's ears bleed - depending on what the situation requires. Mocker has assembled a group of supervillains known as the Crushers and leads them in pursuit of whatever mad scheme has popped up in his artificial brain. 

 

Appearances:

Crisis at Crusader Citadel
Villains and Vigilantes comic mini-series

 
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f.I.S.T.

When some of his designs were stolen and incorporated into the US military's Flying Infantry Shock Troop project, Frank Streeter sabotaged the project, stole the prototype suit and began his life of crime. He is motivated by revenge and a desire for extra cash to finance improvements to the armored suit. When confronted by some so-called super-hero he's more than happy to show off the capabilities of his jet-boots, energy blaster, synthetic strength enhancer and the suit's versatile energy distribution supercharger. 

F.I.S.T. is fiercely loyal to Mocker and will sign up for any of his schemes. But loyalty only counts for so much and he's been know to flee the battle rather than risk destruction of  his precious super-suit.

 

Appearances:

Crisis at Crusader Citadel

 
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Mercury Mercenary

Mercury Mercenary isn't quite faster than a speeding bullet. But he's perfectly happy to send a bullet on ahead to get there first. 'Merc' isn't entirely sure who he was fighting before the freak event that gave him powers. But now he's fighting for the highest bidder or anyone who will give him a shot at his arch-nemesis - Enforcer. His super-speed, deadly weaponry and military training combine to make a potent combination. He'll happy engage in hit-and-run tactics. Or just run up and hit his target.

Mercury Mercenary has been known to take jobs with Mocker and the Crushers. He will sign on for other jobs if the money is good - especially if the target is a worthy challenge or he gets to work with an equally skilled partner-in-crime.
 

Appearances:

Crisis at Crusader Citadel
Villains and Vigilantes comic mini-series

 
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Crossfire

The experimental treatment that saved her life and gave her a superhuman healing factor couldn’t restore mercenary Christina Friday’s severed left hand. Instead of a normal prosthesis, she attached a custom crossbow and literally become one with her signature weapon. And from that tragedy came even more tragedy. Crossfire was born.

Crossfire continues her work as a killer-for-hire. She strikes silently, precisely, from the shadows, or from incredible distances. No target is too tough for her. With her ever-expanding arsenal of custom bolts and weaponry, Crossfire is sure to have the skills and tools for the job.

 

Appearances:

Most Wanted: Volume 1

 
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Omni-Primus

Powered by the Bloodstar Gem, the last tiny fragment, of a lost sentient star, Omni-Primus possesses physical and mental capabilities far beyond those of normal mortals. The gem gives him power over time and space and the ability travel through dimensional rifts. He has the power over life and death, with the ability to raise the dead and transmute matter into fragile glass.

Omni-Primus is no mere supervillain. He travels the multiverse and temporal wormholes accumulating knowledge and power and conquering worlds. When he returns to earth, inevitably he has a plan for world domination that is already in motion.

 

Appearances:

Foe Files #01: Omni-Primus

 
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Shadowjack

When he dons his light-absorbing necklace, friendly and jovial James Shelton transforms into the terrifying Shadowjack. In his shadow-form he is literally one with the darkness and a living shadow.  

Shadowjack can cast any area into inky blackness. He can lash out from anywhere and disappear into any dark corner. These abilities make him a unstoppable thief and a frightening adversary.


 

Appearances:

Most Wanted Vol. 1

 
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Stormlord

Nobility and meta-human abilities both run in the blood for Stanislas Laird. Unlike his noble father, Stanislas had no intention of using his powers for good. When we has finally disowned, he decided to go out and steal the fortune he felt he was entitled to as the mighty Stormlord.

Stormlord has been known to sign on with Mocker’s Crushers when the payout looks big enough. Otherwise he’ll use his natural, regal bearing to recruit and direct his own crew. In combat, Stormlord likes stay above the fray and strike from a distance with his elemental mastery. He’ll command his minions from above, or disappear into the clouds, raining down death from far out of sight, and out of harm’s way.

 

Appearances:

Crisis at Crusader Citadel
Villains and Vigilantes comic mini-series