**Mastery Loadouts**
Due to issues related to the release of Mastery Loadouts, the "free swap" period will be extended.
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Character Wishlist Thread 3.0



  • NanandaimeanarutoNanandaimeanaruto Posts: 517 ★★


    Superhuman intelligence, strength, speed
    Superhuman senses
    Density control (intangibility, invulnerability)
    Solar energy projection☀️⚡🔥
    Holographic disguise

    The Vision was created from a copy of the original Human Torch, a synthetic man created by Phineas T. Horton. Ultron took this inert android and added more advanced technology to it, as well as new programming of his own design and a copy of human brainwave patterns. The result was the Vision, a synthezoid driven by logic but possessing emotions and able to achieve emotional growth. As an android, the Vision has a variety of abilities and super-powers. In the 1989 story "Vision Quest", Vision was dismantled, then rebuilt with a chalk-white appearance and now lacking the capacity for emotions. A greater understanding of emotions restored in 1991, his original red appearance was restored in 1993, and his full personality and emotional connections to past memories were restored in 1994 in his first self-titled limited series, Vision. Another four-issue limited series, Avengers Icons: The Vision, was published in late 2002. From 2015–2016, Vision had his own series again, during which he attempted to live in the suburbs with an android family.

    Since his conception, the character has been adapted into several forms of media outside comics. Paul Bettany portrays Vision in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Captain America: Civil War (2016), and Avengers: Infinity War (2018), as well as the Disney+ series WandaVision (2021).

    Powers and abilities
    The Vision's android body is originally a functioning replica of a human body, described as "every inch a human being—except that all of his bodily organs are constructed of synthetic materials."[2] This body was made with Horton Cells that mimic human biology but have greater adaptability and resistance to injury. Ultron took this "synthetic man" and added advanced robotic systems and solar energy power cells.[2] Later still, Vision was updated by the science of Miles Lipton,[38] as well Tony Stark, and did his own upgrades.[45][68] Soon before he joined the Avengers A.I. team, Vision's "evolve" protocols changed his body's construction to now be composed of microscopic nanobots that act with each other to replicate his original basic construction but inherently now allow new abilities,[83] such as regeneration from damage he suffers in battle and Vision's new power to change shape and even split into different parts while maintaining control.[68] Because Vision's cells and nanobots each carry the information of his entire system, similar to human DNA, it is possible for him to eventually come back from even catastrophic injury as long as his programming is not lost as well. If his energy or systems are taxed, he may require outside help and significant rest.

    Vision is a "living" android (or "synthezoid" as Hank Pym has described him) who has a full capacity for emotions as well as emotional growth. His capacity for emotions is reliant on adding a recording of human brainwave patterns to his programming, without which his initial operating system could develop problems.[38] Originally programmed with the brain pattern of Simon Williams (Wonder Man), Vision's experiences quickly made his own brain patterns unique.[45] Later still, he acquired a partial recording of the brain patterns of Alex Lipton,[38] further adding to his emotional growth and making him a different person at the core than Wonder Man.[45]

    Trained in hand-to-hand combat by Captain America, Vision is an expert in the combat use of his superhuman powers, and is a highly skilled tactician and strategist. He is also an expert on his own construction and repair. Vision has superior strength and resistance to injury, as well as enhanced senses. He can see various parts of the electromagnetic spectrum that are invisible to the human eye. Vision's reflexes are likewise enhanced, and he can achieve short bursts of superhuman speed. His artificial mind can assess a situation and possible solutions several times faster than a human brain. Following Heroes Return, Vision upgraded his system with technopathy. He can access different computer networks and databases remotely, even gaining control of them if given enough time. Vision has a personal holographic system that allows him to disguise himself and his clothing.[38] Vision can also alter his voice in a variety of ways, aiding in the disguise. A later upgrade allows him to cast holographic illusions as well. If Vision is injured, he can communicate with others via a holographic projection of himself.

    The Vision absorbs and regulates ambient solar energy with the solar gem on his brow.[2] If the Vision wishes, he can convert the solar energy into beams of infrared or microwave radiation, releasing it from his eyes or as a high-intensity blast from the solar gem itself.

    Vision can alter his density.[2] This can increase his strength and resistance to injury dramatically, making his skin and muscle comparable to the hardness of a diamond💎 and denser than uranium.[84] At full power and density, he can press roughly 50 tons.[85] Likewise, he can shift his density in such a way that he can achieve flight, or make himself completely intangible, able to phase through solid matter without disturbing it. At times, Vision has phased a hand through an opponent only to then allow some of his density to return, causing the opponent extreme pain and a disruption to the nervous system that is usually extreme enough to stun them into unconsciousness.[86]

    and can you miss the visions of an overhaul and give him all his powers and abilities who is one of the strongest Marvel characters who has zero attack power and his ability to make himself harder than diamond 💎 and more poet than uranium, which he does Can lift 50 tons with full power, etc.

  • MetalRebel1MetalRebel1 Posts: 9

    Why not the NEW Captain America, Sam “The Falcon” Wilson? That would be awesome. And US Agent. Beta Ray Bill. The Warriors 3. Lady Sif. Baldor. M’Baku
  • MrSkywalkerMrSkywalker Posts: 11
    Black Panther ( infinty war )
    Mark 85
    The spiders from the spiderverse
    Venom fusions
    deadpool fusions
  • MrSkywalkerMrSkywalker Posts: 11
    Celestial Peter Quil
  • MrSkywalkerMrSkywalker Posts: 11
    X-force memebers
  • NanandaimeanarutoNanandaimeanaruto Posts: 517 ★★



    Energy Projection

    Energy Absorption

    Energy Manipulation

    Energy Shield

    Superhuman Strength

    Powers and abilities

    Lash has various energy conversion abilities:

    Energy Conversion: Lash can convert energy from various sources and subsequently emit it from his palms. His powers are capable of disintegrating a living being.

    Energy Absorption: He can draw the necessary force needed to convert said energy into another energy form for him to use.

    Energy Manipulation: Lash has shown he can control whatever energy he happens to have on hand at the time for a variety of effects beyond just disintegration blasts.

    Energy Shield

    According to Soule "Let's say someone's running at him — that's kinetic energy. Lash can change all of that into heat — and whoosh! — the other guy goes up in flames."[2]

  • ProwlerSymbioteProwlerSymbiote Posts: 467 ★★
    Spider-Man (Fantastic Five) (Science)

    Storm (Goddess of Thunder) (Mystic)

    Wolverine (New Fantastic Four) (Mutant)

    Magik (Sorcerer Supreme) (Mystic)

    Iron Man (Sorcerer Supreme) (Mystic)
  • kevhugokevhugo Posts: 138 ★★
    edited June 2021
    Devil Dinosaur

    Werewolf - Similar thing to professor X, the arena you are playing in instantly turns to night, like it goes dark, as he is the werewolf by night. And a quick transformation from Jack Russell to Werewolf.


    Fin Fang Foom


    And a buff for Man-Thing, most of the time I forget he is even in the game lol.
  • kevhugokevhugo Posts: 138 ★★
    edited June 2021
    Following from the last post, whenever you would play as Werewolf, the arena would go dark with clouds and a moon in the corner, with rain, the arena itself could maybe stay the same. And then the transition could be as simple as a zoom into Jack Russell's eye changing into the Werewolf's eye.

    Also, more animations like professor X, for more characters.
  • ProwlerSymbioteProwlerSymbiote Posts: 467 ★★
    Punisher (Venomized) (Cosmic)

    Thor (Frost Giant) (Cosmic)

    Ghost Rider (New Fantastic Four) (Mystic)

    Wolverine (Vampire) (Mystic)

    Namor (Fantastic Five) (Mutant)
  • ProwlerSymbioteProwlerSymbiote Posts: 467 ★★
    Doctor Doom (Tony Stark) (Tech)

    Susan Storm (Reed Richards Rocket Group) (Skill)

    Johnny Storm (Reed Richards Rocket Group) (Skill)

    Reed Richards (Reed Richards Rocket Group) (Skill)

    Hulk (New Fantastic Four) (Science)

    Ben Grimm (Reed Richards Rocket Group) (Skill)

    Thor (Rogue) (Mystic)

    Spider-Man (Celebrity) (Science)

    Thanos (Avenger) (Cosmic)
  • IkthulisIkthulis Posts: 122
    edited June 2021
    Normally I would make a list but, it seems over the years my list filled out who I would like to see. I’m only going to put two names and suggest how the are incorporated into the game “story-wise”

    Since there was already a recent, “mistaken identity”, story, this might be tedious. But, the two champs I want to see the most can fulfill that. First is Spiral. She could be made into a very very interesting champion. There’s a lot going on there to play with in terms of abilities and she can be made to be a fun champion to play. So, the other champ to be mistaken with her would be, Doppleganger. Who wouldn’t want another Spiderverse champion in the mix? Both got 6 arms, both can be made into very interesting champions, not too high on the popularity charts, which seems like a recurring theme. I’ll obviously not come up with my own story as it would be horrible. Best to leave that to the devs.

    Doppleganger (Science)
    Spiral (Mystic)

    For your consideration.

    Or, just give us Cloak and Dagger. 😁
  • FluffyPigMonsterFluffyPigMonster Posts: 2,069 ★★★★★
    edited June 2021

    Dr. Karl Lykos aka Sauron was a brilliant Argentinian hypnotherapist. He also became a human-pteranodon hybrid and would-be-conqueror of the "Savage Land", a hidden refuge for Dinosaurs nestled in the modern Antarctic. As a child he was attacked by a mutated Pteranodon and somehow became an energy vampire, forced to absorb the life energy from animals and humans to survive. By absorbing the life energy of a Mutant, he transformed into his savage alter-ego; "Sauron".

  • ProwlerSymbioteProwlerSymbiote Posts: 467 ★★
    Phoenix (Ororo Munroe) (Cosmic)

    Captain America (Frank Castle) (Skill)

    Doom (Mystic)

    Captain America (Civil War) (Mystic)

    Spider-Man (New Fantastic Four) (Science)

    Punisher (Peter Parker) (Science)
  • NanandaimeanarutoNanandaimeanaruto Posts: 517 ★★

    Kraven the Hunter ( Sergei Kravinoff)


    Ultra instinct

    Enhanced physical attributes

    Skilled tactician, tracker, and hand to hand combatant

    Kraven is typically portrayed as a renowned big-game hunter who aims to kill Spider-Man to prove himself as the world's greatest hunter. Though he is often overconfident in his own abilities, which he boasts about, he possesses a great sense of honor, and treats his adversaries as equals until proven otherwise. Because of this, Kraven has also been depicted as an antihero and an ally of Squirrel Girl and sometimes Spider-Man himself, whom he came to respect deeply for the numerous times he outskilled Kraven.
    The character has appeared in numerous Spider-Man media adaptations, including animated series and video games. He is widely regarded as one of the most formidable enemies among his rogues. The character gained considerable attention from the story "Kraven's Last Hunt". In 2009, Kraven was ranked as IGN's 53rd greatest comic book villain of all time.[1] Aaron Taylor-Johnson will portray the character in the upcoming self-titled film, which is set in the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters.

    Powers and abilities

    By regularly ingesting the potion made from various unnamed jungle herbs, Kraven grants himself superhuman physical abilities, making him a physical threat to Spider-Man, though these powers are not as developed as those possessed by Spider-Man. Kraven's body is also more durable and more resistant to certain forms of injury than the body of a normal human. He can withstand great impact forces, such as falling from several stories or being repeatedly struck by a superhumanly strong opponent, that would severely injure or kill a normal human, with little to no injury to himself. The effects of the potion have dramatically altered Kraven's aging process to the point that he has aged little, if at all, over several decades. Despite being over 70 years of age, he has the physical appearance of a 30-year-old man.
    The potion enhances Kraven's sight, hearing, and smell to superhuman levels, adding to his already impressive tracking skills. He can see farther, and with much greater clarity, than a normal human. His hearing is similarly enhanced, enabling him to detect sounds which an ordinary human cannot, or sounds that a normal human could detect, but at much greater distances. Kraven can use his sense of smell to track a target by scent, much as some animals do, even if the scent has been somewhat eroded by natural factors.
    Even without his superhuman powers, Kraven is an Olympic-level athlete, and a gifted tactician, hunter and hand-to-hand combatant. He also has great knowledge of pressure points, both in the anatomy of humans and in many animals. He can strike at these nerve clusters with pinpoint accuracy, allowing him to incapacitate more powerful opponents or animals. He is familiar with many exotic poisons and tranquilizers, which he often uses during his hunts.
    Due to a flaw in the ceremony that resurrected him, Kraven was given "the unlife... the eternal curse", as he discovered when his daughter stabbed him through the heart. According to Kraven, he can now only die by Spider-Man's hand. However, this curse was apparently broken when Kaine temporarily killed Kraven by stopping his heart and then restarting it with the same move.

  • ProwlerSymbioteProwlerSymbiote Posts: 467 ★★
    King Thor (Cosmic)

    Arachne (Science)

    Anastasia Kravinoff (Skill)

    Iron Lad (Tech)

    Miss Thing (Tech)

    Madelyne Pryor (Mystic)

    Octavia Otto (Tech)

    Rachel Summers (Cosmic)

    Scorpia (Tech)
  • sudeep9680sudeep9680 Posts: 194
    miles morales- carnage symbiote
    captain america sam wilson
    new winter soldier
    the patriot
    kitty pryde
    kid omega
    black knight
    razor fist
    riot the symbiote
    anti venom
    america chavez
    captain america peggy carter
    captain britain
    viper the madame hydra
    lady sif
    the sin
    beta ray bill
    doctor doom 2099
    iron man 2099
    captain america 2099
    blue marvel
    morgan le fay
    iron heart
    iron lad
    yelena belova
    omega sentinel
    mr.fantastic- the maker
    mr.fantastic- space suit
    invisible woman- space suit
    spiderman the fantastic 4- space suit
    spiderman- fantastic 4
    thing- space suit
    aunt may- herald of galactus
    uncle ben- horsemen of apocalypse
    doctor strange- infinity war
    thor- infinity war
    black panther- infinity war
    iron man- endgame
    thanos- endgame
    captain america- endgame
    professor- hulk
    kate bishop
    misty knight
    storm the goddess of thunder
    hob goblin
    kraven the hunter
    new miles morales spiderman
    maria hill
    thor- endgame
    thor- unworthy
    gorr the god butcher
    knull the kingin black
    jessica jones
    jessica jones- jewel
    luke cage- uptown suit
    hope summers
    rachel summers
    jean grey
    fire fist
    new gamora
    new starlord
    black cat
    madame web
    deadpool supreme
    wolverine- x force
    iron skull
    daredevil black variant
    scarlet witch ultimate
    the hulkbuster- comic version
    doctor strange- black variant
    ancient one
    hydro man
    molten man
    iron spider- comic version
    iron spider- infinity war
    dark phoenix
    captain marvel- endgame
    power princess
    doctor spectrum
    monica rambeau- photon
    iron hammer
    ant man- comic version
    wasp- comic version
  • ProwlerSymbioteProwlerSymbiote Posts: 467 ★★
    Yellowjacket (Rita DeMara) (Tech)

    Firestar (Mutant)

    Ultimate Iron Man (Tech)

    Nocturne (Mutant)

    Red Hulk (Robert Maverick) (Science)

    She-Hulk (Lyra) (Science)

    Spider-Woman (Mattie Franklin) (Mystic)
  • Metal_DaddyMetal_Daddy Posts: 33

    We need classic Loki with the Norn stones. That would be awesome.
  • ProwlerSymbioteProwlerSymbiote Posts: 467 ★★
    Amanda Sefton (Mystic)

    Bloodstorm (Mystic)

    Raptor (Tech)

    Ms. Marvel (Sharon Ventura) (Science)

    Jewel (Science)

    Ultron Pym (Tech)
  • Hail_Fire147Hail_Fire147 Posts: 30
    edited June 2021
    How about another champion from the battleworld. We already have a mutant, a sorcerer, an iron legionnaire, and a panther, so how about an Asgardian (i.e., an alternate version of Thor) next?

    As for his weapon, instead of wielding a hammer or an axe, he can use Gungnir (Odin’s spear). I loved the (short) fight between Thor and Hela in Ragnarok when he was using the spear.

    For his first special attack he can do something similar to the spin attack he does here:

    For his second special attack, he shoot lightning from his hand and stun the opponent. And for the third special attack, he can fly up into the air, charge up the spear with lightning, and then throw it at the opponent.
  • AsgardiaAsgardia Posts: 1
    There are a huge number of champions I would like to see in the competition. However, I would now like to see these heroes:

    Jean Gray (without Phoenix)
    Apocalypse from the movie
    Thanos of MCU with Gauntlet
    Thor with stormbreaker
    Proferos X on a hovercraft
    More Apocalypse Riders (Sentry, Gambit ...)
  • ProwlerSymbioteProwlerSymbiote Posts: 467 ★★
    Psi-Lord (Science)

    Black Cat (Mangaverse) (Tech)

    Olivia Octavius (Tech)
  • NanandaimeanarutoNanandaimeanaruto Posts: 517 ★★

    Morris Sackett (Earth-616)(Mosaic)

    Powers and Abilities
    Morris was a Human with latent Inhuman heritage whose powers were activated by the Terrigen Bomb. After Terrigenesis, he projected from his physical body as a being consisting primarily of a previously unknown form of energy.

    Intangibility: Outside of his body, Morris can phase through solid objects and walls, as well as avoid being grabbed by people.[2]
    Levitation: Morris' intangibility allows him to levitate while outside of a physical body.[5]
    Physical Possession: Morris can possess people, and while doing so gains access to every memory, skill, and ability of that person. Once he leaves the host, Mosaic retains some of that host's memories and skills, but not their powers.[2]
    Invisibility: Morris is seemingly invisible to whom he has not possessed,[5] as well as nearly all mechanical,[6] mystical,[7] and psychic scans. Under normal circumstances he is also invisible to telepaths, whether inside a host or not.[8] The Human Torch eventually taught him how to adjust his form to a visible, though unstable, energy range.[9]
    Dreamspace Manipulation: When inside someone's mind, Morris can change his shape to fight off 'antibodies.'[10]
    Athletic Prowess: Morris exhibited strength and agility superior to that of a college-aged Human athlete by the age of twelve, which Brand Corp testing attributed to his eugenically superior Inhuman lineage.[11]

    Multilingual: Morris learned six languages from Jae Yu, including Korean and Russian, and also learned Spanish from Beto.[2]

    Electrician: Morris garnered Beto's knowledge about electric devices from his vocational training.[2]

    Advanced Military Operator: Morris gained Kenny Gunning's knowledge of various armed forces disciplines including intelligence gathering, infiltration, disguise, and combat tactics.[5]

    Marksman: Morris is an exceptional marksman of various types of firearms, augmented by the extraordinary abilities of Agent May.[1]

    Martial Artist: Morris also picked up Kenny's knowledge of military-graded hand-to-hand combat.[5]

    Administrative Skills: Morris acquired Candilisa Chang's knack for organization and planning, allowing him to better focus and coordinate his thoughts.[6]

    Gifted Intellect: Morris learned to think more quickly and in a more scientific manner from his possession of Spider-Man, allowing him to better discern the nature of his own powers.[10]

    Expert Pilot: Morris is an expert pilot of fixed-wing aircraft, adroitness he acquired from Cyclops.[8]

    Physical Strength
    No longer in possession of a physical body, Mosaic can't physically interact with objects by himself.[2] After he possesses a person's body, he is as strong as the person he possesses.[10]

    Power Limitation: Morris is incapable of possessing someone whom he has previously possessed and attempting to do so induces electrical feedback which causes him physical pain.[6] He also struggles to maintain possession of hosts, such as Magneto, whose bodies contain an electromagnetic charge.[8]

    Energy Perception: Morris is usually within an invisible range of energy, but others in energy-based states, such as Johnny Storm, are capable of perceiving him without his knowledge.[12]

    Morris' primary mode of transportation is flight via his own innate ability to levitate when not possessing another person's body.[5]

    Katherine Pryde (Earth-616) (Red Queen) (ShadowCat)

    Powers and Abilities

    Kitty is a mutant whom Nick Fury's intel classified her as power level 7.[114]

    Phasing/Intangibility: Kitty possesses the ability to pass through solid matter and objects by passing her atoms through the spaces between the atoms of the object through which she is moving.[citation needed] In this way she and the object through which she is passing could temporarily merge without interacting, and each is unharmed when Kitty had finished passing through the object.[citation needed] This process is called "phasing." When Shadowcat is phasing, she is, for all intents and purposes, intangible.[citation needed] Hence, when attacked, she can shift into a "phasing" state, even if she is not at the time passing through an object, so as to allow oncoming projectiles or energy blasts to pass through her harmlessly, rendering her virtually untouchable.[citation needed] Kitty passes through objects at the same rate of speed at which she was moving before she "entered" them.[citation needed] Following her serious injuries at the hands of the Marauders during the Mutant Massacre,[115] Kitty's phased state became her natural state.[116][50] She only remained solid by concentrating, and reverted to her phased state if that concentration was disrupted. After a number of years, she returned to her original tangible state.[117]

    Selective Phasing/Intangibility: Kitty can make all or part of her body intangible while leaving the rest solid.[citation needed] Using her phasing ability, Kitty can also freely walk on both air and water. In fact, she can use this ability walk from the ground to the upper stories of a building as if she were climbing a staircase.[118]
    Phased/Intangible Extension: From the first use of her phasing power, Kitty was able to phase her clothing along with herself.[citation needed] Through practice, she learned to phase other objects along with herself without harm to them, and at one point phased an entire X-Men team.[citation needed] She could also enable someone as big as Colossus to "walk on air" along with her; however, she has to maintain physical contact with the individual or object she phased along with herself for the effect to work with this another.[citation needed] This technique can be used to allow objects to become intangible and pass through bodies or other solid objects such as buildings, planes, or trains.[citation needed]
    Phased/Intangible Camouflage: While phased, Kitty can easily blend into the colors of her immediate surroundings and environments, practically making her, and others in physical contact with her, invisible to anything viewing them with the naked eye.[citation needed] Kitty can also become completely invisible and unseen in shadows.[citation needed]
    Phased/Intangible Disruption: Kitty can easily damage tangible matter by passing right through it.[citation needed] When phasing through an object with an electrical system, the process often disrupts the system's workings.[44]
    Phased/Intangible Travel: While Kitty is phased the planet continues to spin beneath her, allowing her to travel from east to west at a rate of nine kilometres per minute.[119]
    Telepathic Resistance: Kitty's thoughts were highly erratic when phased as if there was no mind to telepathically affect.[120][121] It's suspected that elements of her psyche could reside in different dimensions,[122] a theory that appeared to be supported when she became enhanced by the Black Vortex.[89]

    Black Vortex Empowerment: After exposure to the power of the Black Vortex, Kitty's cosmic potential was unleashed, vastly improving on all of her previous abilities, now being able to phase through different planes of existence and ascend to a cosmic plane.[89]

    Former Powers
    Cat physiology: Once turned into a cat, Shadowcat was gifted with enhanced reflexes, agility, smell, vision, and her "Cat-Eyes" making her see the movements as if they were slowed down.[10]
    Master Martial Artist: Shadowcat possessed moderate expertise of the martial arts of the Japanese ninja and samurai. Shadowcat demonstrated great knowledge of ninja methods of combat when she was mentally possessed by the Ronin Ogun. With the possession over, Shadowcat forgot the knowledge of ninja techniques he gave her, but she retained the knowledge of Japanese martial arts, as well as street-fighting methods taught to her by Wolverine.[123] She also knows Israeli Special Forces Training.[124]

    Master Swordsman: Kitty is highly trained at swordplay, especially that used by Japanese samurai and wielding Japanese blades. The Silver Samurai has stated that her skills may surpass those of Wolverine and she was able to briefly hold her own against the Samurai in a somewhat staged battle.[125]

    Dance Training: Kitty is trained in ballet and modern dance. She continued to take dance training under the tutelage of Stevie Hunter, and was highly agile.[15]

    Expert Pilot:She is a skilled pilot of various aircraft and certain advanced interstellar vehicles.[126]

    Genius-level Computer Expert: Kitty was an expert in the field of computer science, demonstrating a genius-level aptitude for programming, modifying, and diagnosing almost any computer system: even those of unfamiliar human and extraterrestrial origin. She used her skills in many high-stress combat situations to great effect, and in combination with her mutant ability to disrupt electrical systems, she was a formidable foe for any enemy relying on advanced technology. She was on par with her former hacking partner Cypher whose mutant gift for languages granted him superhuman skill in the same field (albeit before he was consciously aware of his powers.[127]

    Multilingual: She speaks fluent Japanese,[128] Russian,[7] the royal and standard languages of the Shi'ar Empire,[129] and Skrullos.[130] She also has moderate expertise in Gaelic,[citation needed] and knows some profanities in Hebrew.[117]

    Physical Strength
    Normal human with moderate regular exercise.

    Mystical Vulnerability: While phasing Shadowcat was still vulnerable to mystical attacks.

    Deadpool catching Kitty by surprise

    Phasing Limitations: Since she was unable to breathe while "inside" an object, she could only continuously phase through solid objects (as when she travelled underground) as long as she could hold her breath. Denser materials were more difficult for Kitty to phase through, sometimes causing her pain. When phasing through Adamantium it makes her sick.[131] Solidifying while in an object could cause serious injury if not death. As it is an active ability, if she can't see an attack coming, she can't phase through it, a fact that the mercenary known as Deadpool once exploited when he knocked her out (taking her by surprise) in order to provoke Wolverine into fighting him for his amusement.[132]

  • ProwlerSymbioteProwlerSymbiote Posts: 467 ★★
    Kingpin (Matt Murdock) (Skill)

    Lyja (Cosmic)

    Madame Web (Cosmic)
  • Warriorking031Warriorking031 Posts: 16

    John ostrum


    Wind dancer

    Silver witch

    Rocket raccoon (starbrand)
  • ProwlerSymbioteProwlerSymbiote Posts: 467 ★★
    Virginia Dare (Mystic)

    Nick Fury (1602) (Skill)

    Clea (1602) (Mystic)

    Kobik (Cosmic)

    Flatman (Mutant)

    Boomerang (Skill)
  • SecretWarri0rSecretWarri0r Posts: 230
    Legion, Gorgon, and most of all, KID CABLE.
  • ProwlerSymbioteProwlerSymbiote Posts: 467 ★★
    Jackal (Science)

    Carrion (Science)

    Toad (1602) (Mutant)
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