Chernobog1595. Sorry to bother you, but here is the thing. In the DvND fandom there is an unsettled matter in which one's misunderstanding (Cory the Alchemist) led personally me into a dire situation. I need your help, voice, or support to settle down his bickering.
Well, it is little complicated. Let's see how can I describe this.
All started with Cory's statement to re-edit the category Aladdin's Alliance in Heroes vs Villains into Aladdin and Moses' Alliance in Heroes vs Villains. The reason being was that Moses appeared as co-leader of Aladdin's alliance. The thing is that this team was addressed to the heroes allied with Aladdin in both the first and second parts of the series. Since Moses left the series by the end of the first war, this category falls apart, and does not have meaning compared to Aladdin's Alliance alone.
Since we discussed about The Prince of Egypt film, this led into a debate of religious and political turmoil. From what I could understand, Cory seems to be a religious extrimist who is driven by personal feelings and religious beliefs rather than rational thought. I tried to reason with him, telling to stop expressing himself in the fandom and saying that he makes embarrasment of himself rather proving the point, but he continues his point, further humiliating him in the eyes of others. There was a thread in which we discussed, but Cory took it down, probably being irritated by my behavior. I was not trying to bash religion, but I was trying to snap him out of his predicament.
I see. Well, I tried to comment to him, but you saw how that turned out. It's out of my hands since I don't know how to resolve this situation. It's not within my expertise. I'm real sorry I couldn't help as much as I could.
This little turd insulted me to the face. Tell me 10 f***ing reasons I shouldn't insult him back. He only thinks he has won, and think I was left in embarrasment because of my false truths. He doesn't want to bear the responsibility of realising something beyond his expectations.
Because if you insult him back, you won't be the bigger man. You'll just be devolving down to his level. Yes, sometimes we may be so angry that we might end up doing what you are about to do, but when we look back at it in the future, we find that we only create worse consequences by allowing our hatred and ego to get the better of us. My advice, either simply ignore him, or tell him politely and with no cussing that you are going to block him to keep him from further editing on the wiki as a response for his actions. It's what I would do.
That guy is in no position to speak rationally, nor he would intimidated by the block policy. If anything, he would turn himself as the victim of the story and sic other users on me for trying to bail him out. You are lucky that I still believe in second chance, though i cannot guarantee I will see to it. Users like him and me would remain the same no matter what. Any possible chance is fruitless effort.
Hello good sir, may i suggest i add characters like Wizard of Oz, Anastasia, Prince of Egypt, The Secret of NIHM, Rock and Rule, Teen Titans, and Digimom, like i would add photos and work on whatever it is you want me to wright on or just have me add photos? I'm also the co creator of Non-Disney Heroes vs Villains with Fattus Cattus making the videos, I do wonder if we both got the same idea of King Morpheus being the God of Sleep and Dreams? So would i be of some assistance?
I don't know if I told you this before, but I've been working on a villain war of my very own - Disney vs. Comics: Heroes and Villains. It'll be pitting the heroes and villains of the animated Disney films and comic book films (Marvel, DC, and others) against each other. I'm going to be starting production very soon, and I would be interested to hear your thoughts on the ideas I've come up with for the first round.
During a meeting of the Lords of the Splinter Realms, Hades introduces the elder demons to Loki, Asgardian god of mischief. Loki offers to allow the Lords to invade the mortal world by eliminating those who would resist, summoning an army of villains with the Lords’ blessing. The Lords agree, and the two dark gods set out to begin their work.
Hercules and Zeus vs. Loki and the Destroyer
As the first step of Loki’s plan, he sets out to dethrone Zeus and eliminate the threat posed by the Olympian gods. Summoning the Asgardian Destroyer, Loki attacks Mount Olympus. Can Hercules stop the invasion, or will the trickster god stand triumphant?
Superman vs. Maleficent
Another of the biggest threats to Loki and Hades’ plans is Earth’s mightiest champion, the Man of Steel Superman. Though he may seem invincible, Loki has been able to discern that the Kryptonian is vulnerable to magic. The dark fairy Maleficent is sent to deal with him. Will the Last Son of Krypton be able to stop the Mistress of All Evil?
Spider-Man vs. Horace, Jasper, and Edgar
Out on patrol, Spider-Man discovers a break-in in progress. Investigating, the wall-crawler finds the culprits are three known criminals. Even with the advantage of numbers, can they prove a match for Spider-Man?
Wolverine vs. Gaston
Gaston has been hired to track and kill the most dangerous game of all, the mutant Wolverine. Finding his target, Gaston attacks, only to find more than he bargained for. No one may fight like Gaston, but Wolverine is the best there is at what he does.
Robin Hood vs. Red Skull
Hearing that Prince John is meeting with a powerful new ally, Robin Hood infiltrates his old enemy’s castle to discover the Prince’s meeting is with the Fuhrer of the European Reich, the Red Skull. However, the Skull’s forces discover Robin Hood’s presence and try to capture the intruder. Will the wily fox be able to escape this time?
Alerted to the attacks on the world’s heroes, Nick Fury decides they must unite to combat this new threat.
Also, maybe make HYDRA the collective Big Bad of the earthside conflicts, or at least a major player in the series.
An alliance could be formed between Maleficent, Hades, Loki, Doctor Doom, DCAU!Lex Luthor, Jafar, Ursula, Enchantress Amora & Executioner Skurge, DCAU!Joker, Captain Hook, Oogie Boogie, AnimatedDoctorStrangeMovie!Baron Mordo, and IronMan94!Mandarin, which leads to them planning something along the lines of Kingdom Hearts 1's Princess of Heart collection plot.
MCU!Ultron could join the team in a later season, but may actually be planning his own agenda to overthrow the team for his mechanical empire scheme from Age of Ultron, or he could in fact be working for the Borg, Unicron, or perhaps your own version of Organization XIII.
What do you think? Any improvements from these ideas?
I have plans for Thanos and Darkseid going forward.
HYDRA will be allied with Frollo, Prince John, and Adam Sutler from V for Vendetta in trying to maintain their grip on Europe.
The comic movie villains are all going to be live-action in the first season, with Hades and Loki being the main antagonists. I'm still planning most of the villain alliances, but Joker has organized many of the Batman and Spider-Man villains into his own crime syndicate along with most of the Disney petty criminals like Cruella de Vil and Bill Sykes, while Lex Luthor, not keen on taking orders from the clown, heads his own gang. Jafar joins forces with Thulsa Doom from Conan the Barbarian to manipulate King Xerxes from 300.
Hela and Skurge are allies of Hades and Loki. Dormammu is the boss of Madam Mim, Yzma, Kaecilius, and Dr. Sivana as this war's version of the Sorcerers' Society. Ronan is the leader of a faction of space villains including Zurg, Gantu, Ego the Living Planet, Ayesha, Ming the Merciless, Long John Silver, and Yondu. The Norman Osborn version of Green Goblin from Spider-Man 1 is a member of Luthor's team along with Dr. Doom and Kingpin. I haven't got any plans for Mordo or either version of the Harry Osborn Green Goblins yet.
Nothing planned for Crossbones or Yellowjacket yet, though I'm thinking they could work with HYDRA. By Colonel Emo, I'm guessing you mean Baron Zemo, in which case, nice. Nothing planned for him yet. Dr. Robotnik isn't really a comic movie villain; I know he's in comics, but those were based on a TV show, which was based on video games. He won't be appearing. Ratcliffe is working with Frollo and the Red Skull. Shan-Yu is working with Jafar, Thulsa Doom, and Emperor Xerxes. I have one fight planned for Pete, with him working with the Queen of Hearts to take on Deadpool and the Mask, but I'm still trying to think of his role going forward.
Chernobog1595 wrote: What are the plans for Chernabog, the Firebird, Judge Doom, Yon-Rogg, the Namekians/Middle-Eastern Refugee Analogues from Captain Marvel 2019, Scar, Shere Khan, and Ultron?
Chernabog, Mephisto, and Malebolgia are the Lords of the Splinter Realms who are acting as the main backers behind Loki and Hades. Scar and Shere Khan will team up with Klaw and Killmonger to battle the jungle heroes. Still trying to find roles for the others.
No plans for Slim, Tremaine, or Pierce yet. I have a fight planned between Facilier and Iron Man early on, but I'm still trying to figure out his role for the rest of the series.
Ratigan is another member of Joker's crime syndicate, while Ursula, Morgana, and Marina del Ray will team up with Ocean Master and Black Manta to take control of the seas and launch an invasion of the surface world.
Hellstrom will be working for Hades and Loki, who give him his powers. Oogie won't appear until the second season.
Don't know who Volgud is, and by Rourke, do you mean the Atlantis villain or the Ghost Rider villain? If the former, I'm thinking he'll work with Ocean Master's alliance. If the latter, he'll just be another form Mephisto takes in addition to his appearance in the first Ghost Rider movie.
Lady Tremaine could be a high-ranking noblewoman from France who's cast her lot with the Red Skull and Frollo's European Reich in order to ensure her own rise to power, though she eventually betrays them both once Maleficent grants her the Fairy Godmother's wand to allow her access to dark magic.
What would your roles for Queen Grimhilde/Old Peddler Woman, the Coachman, the Horned King, and Amos Slade be?
Sounds good for Tremaine. Nothing planned for Grimhilde, the Horned King, or Slade yet, but the Coachman is one of the Lords of the Splinter Realms' primary agents in the mortal world, working alongside Blackheart and Violator. He also forms his circus alongside Honest John, Gideon, and the Ringmaster from Dumbo as a front for gathering an army of monsters, including Deacon Frost and some of the other supernatural villains.
CuchulainSetanta wrote: Sounds good for Tremaine. Nothing planned for Grimhilde, the Horned King, or Slade yet, but the Coachman is one of the Lords of the Splinter Realms' primary agents in the mortal world, working alongside Blackheart and Violator. He also forms his circus alongside Honest John, Gideon, and the Ringmaster from Dumbo as a front for gathering an army of monsters, including Deacon Frost and some of the other supernatural villains.
For the Horned King, I was thinking he could be a sort of liason between Loki and Mephisto, an undead lich who made a deal with the Lords of the Splinter Realms for dark magic in exchange for his human soul, the link between the ancient medieval magic and the Hell side.
Amos Slade could be a neutral party, working alongside Daniel Bruhl's Edmund Heidler to get even with the Avengers for inadvertently causing an accident during one of their battles that killed Chief. Scar could be working behind the scenes to corrupt Copper in order to turn him into a feral, mindless Heartless and betray Slade when the time is right.
Queen Grimhilde could be another member of the ancient medieval alliance led by Hades, Maleficent, and Loki.
Besides the obvious Fire Spirit that is in The Lion Guard, and Kingdom Hearts's Heartless Scar...
Might want to keep in mind that even as fire spirit, it been proven he still had his "Roar" power.
He does appear in other places: Disney World's Sorcerer's of the Magic Kingdom, Disney Heroes Battle Mode, and Disney Sorcerer's Arena so far. (Well, he's in Crossy Road but I don't count that to the blocky-ness that the game is. Anyways).
While based on a parody, nonetheless if wish to include for the "zootopia" end of things, well; he got a job as a Disney Lawyer.
Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom: "Cloud" and "Demonpower" forms respectively.
Since we're here on the fandom would you like to exchange some thoughts and ideas regarding about the inspiration that draw in creating original stories? It would be great to understand in different topics from a another approach, (e.g. questions like the build up of a story or a character)
Well, the way I see it, I take a variety of sources from the videos I watch, the review I read, and the books I look at, learn from their mistakes, and use that as inspiration for the stories I write. It all depends on which characters I feel should be given more focus than others at a time, and how far I'm willing to prolong a story event to keep the readers on suspense before I drop the bomb on them.
That's great, but it is little tricky at times. You said that most of the works and stories you create are based from a variety of sources. Based on the works of the fandom it seems that most of the works are following the plot of the original source, though following the Kingdom Hearts pattern of involving third parties. I have some doubts though. Since you plan for future campaigns and story events based on DC, Marvel, and Star Wars, what would happen if said future storylines from fillms, television series, and videgames contradict with what you had in mind for the the story campaigns you created?
Great. On another note, I saw most of the story campaigns from the first trilogy that have not been fulfilled yet (e.g. character entries and locations). Any thoughs about that? Are you going to leave them empty?
Okay. By the way, you said previously that you read reviews. What kind of reviews are you talking about? Is it something like Rotten Tomatoes or reviews from Youtubers? (e.g. Nostalgia Critic, JonTron, WatchMojo, Cinemasins, and others I cannot remember).
Good. On another note, do you have some characters (or film/series) that you are fond of? I mean, you do drew inspiration from some of them. At some point, you tend to characters that are significant to plot points in your campaigns. Do you focus on series/films that are mainly mainstream in their current era? or you have some preferable series that are listed to your liking?
Oh. You have diversity in your tastes, but I have to ask about Black Cauldron. Since I haven't read the books, would you want to fill me a synopsis on that subject? I know for a fact that the antagonists are Arawn and the Horned King (being Arawn's champion) (which coincentally enough appear similarly to Morgorth and Sauron [being Morgoth's lieutenant] in Lord of the Rings), and the protagonists Taran and Eilonwy. But other than that, I do known most of the lore. Can you enlighten me on the subject?
Hey Chernobog 1595. I have created the first backstory within the Kingdom Hearts Unlimited Saga. I tried to incorporate most of the elements you mentioned but it is little difficult to put it togeter. Anyway, here are the results. Would you mind to tell me if I was close to the what you had in mind?, or left out some important details?
Hey Chernobog1595, I want to tell something that it is buggered me for the latest weeks. It is about Star Wars.
Do I find it funny or ironic that the Mandalorian (a story set outside of the main events of Star Wars universe) does make more impact and it is more popular than the Rise of Skywalker (the climax of the Skywalker Saga)? or it is just my imagination? F.I.Y.: I do not harbor any hate about the latest film.
What about the Darth Jar Jar theory? Do you think it could make a valid point and interesing plot twist in the prequels? Like how Jar Jar could control the universe main event's through Palpatine's actions?
I think it could probably worked since it worked well with the concept "There is always a bigger fish", just like we found that Palpatine is Darth Vader's superior. Otherwise, the entire Star Wars series would actually end with Palpatine's death, as it has no importance to the story later on. There might be the possibility that the Alliance would become assimilated into a more secure and fortified organization, similiar to the Galactic Empire, continuing the series like a vicious cycle. Other than that, I do not see the reason that Star Wars would continue making movies.
Out of the ordinary, I want to ask something in order to keep up with the spirit of holidays. You may not understand me well on this occasion. I shared this question to many people, trying to seek answers, though I know that it differ, depending on which person I talked to, but listen me out. In your opinion, what do you think is the key to hapiness in life and joy? (either personally or generally)
So Chernobog. Lately I have been interested in watching Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but I have trouble figuring about the main concept of the series. Like what is trying to explain? Aside from being a story connected with the MCU, is the series trying to tell a story about a Marvel's version of World War I and II; and if so, they are trying to portray Captain America and the Winter Soldier as the heroes, while the Red Skull and his allies are portrayed as villains?
Hey Chernobog. Something that came up in my mind. In a fight between Darkseid, Dormammu, and Galactus (I don't count Thanos because he is the dude who seeks power to become almighty, rather than being almighty and powerful by default), who do you think would emerge victorious? and what would be your points?
Hey man. Do you find it difficult or exhausting that I am not corresponding or keeping up with some of your edited articles? If that so, then why do you perceive other users to help you in editing those pages?
It's a little tiresome that sometimes you don't get the full meaning behind my article drafts. But I usually let it slide because I know you just want to help. The way I work with other users is to give them ideas in these talk pages, discuss what be changed, let them know the specifics of each part of the idea, and finally see where we can go from there.
On a side note, you have to know that not most of users have the time and luxury to help you out due to real life commitments and other projects. I know you try to help them discuss ideas on this fandom and it is great. However, here is the thing. At times, you give the impression, though I might be mistaken, that you take the help of others for granted rather than actually thanking them for their services. Not only that, but sometimes you expect that the users would return and help you once again, but here is the realistic thing. Users like CuchulainSetanta would not be here forever. At some point, sooner or later, you won't take messages from him, or he would announch that he would leave, and you have to rely on either yourself or another new user.
For the time being, be thankful that some people use whatever time they have spent to help you out. Otherwise, others would also become tiresome of your demands, and probably leave.
Remember, fandoms like those, users want to share stories and ideas, write them down, and express them with others. They do not want to be forced to help others fulfilling their commitments like tedious chores. It could be tiresome for others too.
Okay, so I did watched one of OverlySarcasticProduction videos about the concept of "anti-heroes", and led me to several questiones. Like, is the Punisher qualified as a justified anti-hero? or he is just a homicidal maniac with a strict law code, depending on the source material he originated from?
Okay, what about Daredevil and Jessica Jones? Are they considered anti-heroes, protagonists, or supporting antagonists? Especially at the way they are portrayed at the Netflix's Marvel series. Because I saw a review (for Jesicca at least) where she appears as a person with hero qualities, aiming to become an average person, yet she appears to fight her own past traumas.
Okay, now here is the thing that put me in another question. Since Netflix cancelled both the Punisher and the Daredevil television shows, have you consider a fanfic continuity or sequel idea on said series to put it to your fandom? Like, both series could expand and tell more of the original premises.
Not quite certain, but I've been thinking about it in relation to the Disney+ Kevin Feige-controlled series coming soon, and I've always wanted to connect all aspects of the MCU together despite what both Feige and Jeph Loeb want from each other.
I believe both of them want to be the sole developer of the MCU, and want to push their own individual properties in the film and television sides of the series as being more important to the point where, despite their claims of it all being connected, they don't really make any actual connections between the movies and tv series at all aside from brief little inconsequential mentions.
Hey man, something came up to me out of the ordinary and I want to hear your opinion. Is Popeyes considered as one of the best fast food chain restaurants? I never had a meal on that restaurant, but I am intrigued to what it could provide to the customer, alongside with many others (McDonalds, Burger King, etc).
It's one of the higher-end fast food restaurants, along the price ranges of Chick-Fil-A and Farmer Boy's. It mostly deals with chicken, to the point where they mostly sell chicken sandwiches to compete with said other restaurants and KFC.
Hey man. Lately I was thinking about stories that center mostly on character development of several characters. Especially after I would end my commitment on the HvV page, I want to read a basis of one character's journey with a various concepts. Do you tend to care to what kind of concept I would like to share with you? (especially one of my favourite ones). You may show me few examples from your own selection if you would like.
Okay. There are two hard pick ones so be prepared. Oh boy, here we go. First, a disclaimer that these concepts are overused in the known genre "shonen" anime series (shonen = targeted for young/teenage/ audience). Second, the concepts are albeit more like a revenge plot arcs.
1) The story begins with a hero who witness one of his loved ones, or at least his whole family, murdered by a higher authority officer/bounty hunter/ mercenary (or supernatural entity if you put fantasy elements). Driven by revenge, he seeks the group associated with that figure, ultimately finding one of his lowermost, yet capable, subordinates whom he believed was also one of the culpits who murdered his family. Confident, but stubborn and arrogant, the hero challenges the inferior subordinate only to be defeated nevertheless. However, the subordinate reveals that he does not harbor any resentment towards him and the family he killed. He also revealed that he was a bystander (either a junior officer, nurse doctor, or a civilian), claiming that he also detested the wrongdoings of his superior. To that end, he seeks to stop his superior from within; thus he took the hero under his wing, teaching in the ways the enemy think, though at the same time giving him valuable life lessons and moral codes, so that he could stand a chance against the "Big Bad"; the hero, in turn, gradually accepted his former rival as his trusted mentor.
The inferior subordinate might be a normal figure (by society's standards) with strict and harsh rules, or could be an unorthodox figure (heavy drinker, lecherous pervent, or vulgar person, or all three at the same time). Nonetheless, both concepts share the fact that this figure tends to care for the ones he appreciated the most and considered as his own kin.
Over the course of the series, the hero learns to let go of his hatred, and see things in another way. The lessons learned from his mentor get him to become better in understanding others and help the others in need. That's the end of first concept.
2) Same premise as the first one. However, there are slight differences due to being more realistic. First, the story does not portray heroes or villains, only protagonists and antagonists.
The hero witness the murder of one of his beloved ones by a skilled bounty hunter/soldier/mercenary. However, here is the trick. The said murderer had a history with the protagonist's family; being involved as warriors in some kind of war or skirmish; ultimately, the protagonist's family became isolated from the conflict, probably for the reason to find peace and prosperity of their own, rather than fighting through hellish battlefields. However, the said murderer viewed the protagonist as a cattle of his family, unable even to become indepedent on his own when he would came of age. Though the protagonist is bittered, irritable, and infuritated over the loss of his family, the murderer reveals that he must take hold of his own life and ensure his own survival. He does accept him under his wing, teaching in his own ways of tactic strategies, and arts of a skilled swordman (or gunslinger/sniper). Over the course of the series, the protagonist is conflicted over his own hatred towards his own murderer, now he claimed as mentor, and gradually overcame it to see things in a different approach. Ultimately, the murderer is killed by the necessary circumstances (a plot devised by his opposers or a political class game that took them as pawns) allowing for the protagonist to take decisions of his own, have his own indepedent life, and start a new life. That's the end of the second concept.
Both concepts share the fact that they appear as Prologues to the protagonist's story. That's the interesting part. It is the analogue of watching a 24-episode anime series and believe it is the end when it is not. It is not the end of the story, it is just the end of a chapter and the beginning of a new one; the beginning of a new journey.
For the first concept, examples that came to my mind are Demon Slayer, Garo: The Animation, Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood (I think).
For the second concept, a pefect example is Vinland Saga.
I think there are other examples of character development, but I like the ones I mentioned as one of the greatest definitons of development writing.
What about you? Do you have a basic concept in character development based on your criteria, whatever the take?
By the way, do you actually intend in writing a revenge story based on my take in this fandom? That would be kinda impossible, especially since all of your related articles regarding Disney, Star Wars, Marvel, or DC doesn't have those kind of concepts, unless I am missing something.
Oh okay. By the way, I forgot to tell that God of War (the new game) was also an influence to my selection. The youtube video Mimir's Tales takes the Norse mythology lore from his own perspective (and presumably from the perspective of Giants). It is interesting take on its own character development.
Taking aside most crucial points in Elisa Sinclair's article that I hadn't come in mind or either forgot at that time, I am actually surprised that I got closer to what you were planning for the character. I am glad that some of my details remained in the final revision.
Now that the Kingdom Hearts III Re: Mind has been released, do you have any thoughts about the game? For me I have several thoughts. I am now convinced that neither Sora nor Yozora is the Masters of Masters. Luxord on the other hand seems an interested character in the series that hasn't been explored yet, and I pressume that he is the driver seen in the secret endings.
Interesting moments, like trying to offer more character tics to the main heroes, and making Kairi more of an action girl despite Nomura's traditionalist beliefs, as well as trying to give Xehanort more of a definitive end. However, the whole thing still feels like Nomura still refuses to let go of Final Fantasy Versus XIII, his cancelled dream project, and is trying to turn all of his other projects into malformed copies of Versus XIII much to the detriment of KH's quality, and is still too obsessed with the Keyblade War-side lore of the series, trying to jam it into the here and now of the series' timeline.
Hold on. I don't get some points. For a start, what is the Versus XIII premise? and how it differs from the FF games? and why do you describe it as bad in quality?
Also, by other projects you mean KH as well?
About the Keyblade War-side lord, why do you have such negative thought over it? Is it because you hate the fact that this franchise gives more questions than answers, whilst you hate being patient for the release of a new installment in future years?
Versus XIII was basically the initial draft for Final Fantasy 15, but was taking so long in development due to Nomura's rather lethargic pacing that it got canceled and rewritten into the game we know today. Here's the FFWiki article for more information: https://finalfantasy.fandom.com/wiki/Final_Fantasy_Versus_XIII
The premise is not bad in quality, it's just that FFVsXIII's dark seinen anime-type storytelling does not fit or mesh well at all with Kingdom Hearts' more light-hearted fantastical Disney-based series, and the fact that Nomura seems determined to shift KH away from its roots in favor of turning it into a clone of Versus XIII just seems rather disingenious and will end up turning away from fans of the series who came for the Disney element in the first place.
By other projects, yes I mean KH as well.
For the Keyblade War lore, it's not that I don't hate it. It's just that I feel that Nomura seems to be obsessed with making the lore at the forefront of the series rather than as background or supplemental material as it should be, and he wants to make everything and everyone connected to the war regardless of whether or not such characters actually fit into said ancient lore. Also, it's not a matter of patience, it's just a matter of criticizing Nomura for his pathetic mystery box-type storytelling that's getting on everyone's nerves.
I kinda share some thought with you. The Keyblade War for example. I admit that I am also tired of bringing it as a front and not as a supplemental material, at least like a report as shown in previous installments.
There is also another thing. While they showed some characters that play a crucial role in the series, others have been dropped out. I mean rembember Julius from KH:3D. What happened to him? They just let this character be a boss without any explaination of how he ended up in Traverse Town in the first place.
Also about FF characters, I am glad that they showed characters like Leon, Yuffie, Aerith, and Cid, but I wonder what happened to other characters that have appeared in the series as well, like Zack, Auron, Cloud, and Sephiroth.
1. For the Keyblade War, maybe a supplemental report could have worked, or maybe tied it into the story as the heroes actually trying to piece together the subtle nuances of Xehanort's master plan and only close to the end discovering that he too was just a pawn of an even greater evil than him by reading in between the lines.
2. Julius was never meant to be canon in the story. He's an optional bonus boss, and most likely a Nightmare that dwelled in the darkest corners of the Realm of Sleep.
3. I guess we'll never know about the other Final Fantasy characters considering that Nomura has moved on from FF7 Compilation and instead focused entirely on his VsXIII rewrite characters.
Hey Chernobog1595. I came up with an origin story for Apocalypse based on the various origins of the profiles within the fandom and the suggestions you had in your mind. I hope that it is closer to what you had in mind for the character. Otherwise, can you indicate the errors and mistakes I made in my part?
I did my best in finishing an origin story for Prince John, though I am not certain if I missed several details. There is also the fact that Disney's Prince John is a different departure from the real life ruler. I mean, the coward appearance and personality was effeminate traits of his character introduced in the 20th century. The real one was a competent ruler. It was difficult to come up with a story based on a mixture of the Disney's portrayal and the real life counterpart.
I have it jotted down that Queen La was a worshiper of Chernabog & the Old Ones; the Leopard Men were created from normal leopards to serve as her elite guard in case the true Oparian males, apelike brutes, ever turned against her; Anansi the Spider might have had a hand in helping La in her youth to allow her rise to power, as well as make Opar the great hidden city it became during the Lands of Legend; the Leopard Staff might have been created by Atlantean mages using Djinn magic to serve as the primary staff of choice for the high priest of Opar before La stole it in a military coup for her own ends; a similar staff, one in the form of a cobra, would be smuggled from Atlantis by a merchant/trader from the Seven Deserts and traded hands over the years before it was bought by the sorceress Amara, and finally stolen from her by Jafar to become hius famous snake staff; La may have attempted to launch a military assault upon the main Atlantean continent to assert herself as the empire's sole ruler, but was thwarted in her ambitions by the power of the Heart of Atlantis.
Also, Tarzan was not around during the Lands of Legend, he came much later during the Modern Era of today. He might have been one of Yoda's temporary students during the old Jedi Master's exile trek throughout the worlds after the fall of the Republic, and taught about the power of the Keyblade, though unable to wield one due to having not finished his training because the events of the 1999 movie's adulthood section onward interrupting his tutelage under Yoda.
As for the story so far, it's all right, though it could use more work in fleshing out La's motivation and backstory behind her actions.
Out of the ordinary, do you have some favourite comedy series you liked to watch for the laughs? Mine is Family Guy, South Park, and Rick and Morty (at least when I have the chance to see them). I like the fact that they provide dark humor, not to mention that some of them appear to be satire of real life events; South Park at least, while at the same maintain a story worth enough to watch.
So I got started on that DC Extended Universe fan wiki I was talking about a while back. I'm sure you're busy and you said before that you don't know much about DC comics, but anything you can contribute would help. You can find it here: https://dceu-prime.fandom.com/wiki/DCEU_Prime_Wiki
Ok, thanks for letting me know. On a related note, my idea for the Seven Deadly Sins is that they be portrayed by the 7 Homunculi from Fullmetal Alchemist, both its 2003 and Brotherhood versions, and that they are living incarnations of mortal sin, born during the Age of Chaos after Chernabog fell from Heaven by a mixture of fragments of his own soul and demons he gathered from the depths of the Realm of Darkness, and that they have individual personalities of their own instead of them all being the same slobbering, mindless, roaring, generic doomsday monster. Can you do this?
For my series, I was thinking that Wilson Fisk/Kingpin, Norman Osborn/Green Goblin/Iron Patriot, Otto Octavius/Doctor Octopus, Roderick Kingsley/Hobgoblin, and Joseph Lorenzini/Hammerhead are all affiliated with the Hellfire Organization in some form or another, and that they plot with, scheme against, ally with, or backstab one another in their own attempts to earn Maleficent and Pete's favor as the sole leading crime lord on Midgard-616. Of course, they are all ultimately second rate compared to Maleficent's true allies Loki and Doctor Doom.
Here's a suggestion for Baron Strucker's backstory: born in the late 1890's to a noble German-Prussian family, skilled in fencing, attended a high-end preparatory academy secretly backed by the Brotherhood of the Spear for the sole purpose of finding new recruits to their cult, attended the school alongside Abraham Erskine and his future rival Werner Reinhardt, fought for Germany during WWI alongside Johann Schmidt who he became friends with due to their shared hatred for lesser races, encountered Sailor Pluto/Pocahontas traveling through time during her journey in KH III by accident and engaged in a struggle for control over her Garnet Rod which resulted in him touching the Orb and receiving visions of Alveus and the future at a cost of scarring his face, joined the National Socialistic Party commanded by Schikelgruber but was approached in a secret meeting by Baron Heinrich Zemo to help form the modern incarnation of HYDRA, rose through the ranks to become the head of the Death's Head military squadron, reprises his role from Captain America Super Soldier, battled against the Howling Commandos, barely survived his battle with Steve at the cost of his right arm, embarked on an expedition with Amahl Farouhk in Egypt in search of the Hand of Osiris/the Satanic Claw to replace his lost arm, managed to escape capture by the SSR and retreated into the shadows for years, taking on a variety of pseudonyms to keep his identity secret while also ensuring that HYDRA would continue to survive inside of SHIELD; founded the Strucker family as seen in Agents of SHIELD and The Gifted; eventually found out about Daniel Whitehall's rejuvenation thanks to Jiaying's blood and forced him to give some of said blood to him to give back his youth; restarted the prep academy alongside Whitehall, teaching the next generation of HYDRA's leaders such as Janna Hale, Gideon Malick, Ulysses Klaue, and David Banner Sr.; proposed the idea of the Particular Infusion Chamber in one of his meetings with Whitehall to possibly make a new Super Soldier loyal to HYDRA, with the lost Tesseract as its power source, but was criticized by his own student Janna for being too risky a move while the organization was still inside SHIELD, much to his displeasure; worked alongside David Banner to create the Absorbing Man from Carl Creel with his experiments on the Particle Infusion Chamber; kept his professional life separated from his personal life, which involved keeping his young son Werner away from his extended family to keep the secret of Wolfang's survival intact; his children from the 40's-50's were Andreas and Andrea from The Gifted, while his son of the 80's-90's was Werner; his grandson is Otto, great-grandson was Reed, and his great-great grandchildren are Andy & Lauren; masterminded the theft of Loki's Chitauri Scepter from SHIELD.
Very nice, I'll take it under consideration! By the way, I was thinking of adding Jerome Valeska from Gotham and Arthur Fleck from the new Joker movie as two of the higher-ranking members of the primary Joker's gang, since their origins are so drastically different from the mainstream Joker. Would that be alright with you or do you not want to have them appear at all?
Here's some more information on Valeska if you need it.
As for Arnim Zola, I'm thinking this for his backstory: a rather shrimpy boy born into low-class status in Switzerland in the 1890's, a prodigy excelling in most, if not all fields of science; studied long and hard in school in order to rise above his shortcomings and get into college; studied under Professor Wladyslav Shinsky during WWI since he was physically unfit for service; attended college alongside Jessica Drew's grandfather Jonathon and Herbert Edgar Wyndham; always felt insignificant against the stronger, superior races that had put him down for his shrimpy, milquetoast body and demeanor despite his far greater intellect, leading to his internal burning hatred for those undesirable races; was the first of the infamous trio to be recruited by Baron Heinrich Zemo into the Brotherhood of the Spear, and the only one to spend some time intermingling and trading his genius secrets with the old guard/cult of Alveus; joined the National Socialistic Party in 1930 as Zemo's spy within the Sturmabteilung, using his intellect to develop advanced weapons of war for both the Nazi Party and the Brotherhood of the Spear; was the only survivor of the Night of Long Knives because of pleading for mercy from Johann Schmidt on the basis that his knowledge in genetics could make him strong and that he knew someone (Zemo) who could help rise to political power over the world; was the one who brought Johann, Wolfgang, and Werner Reinhardt to Heinrich Zemo to begin the restructuring of the Brotherhood into a new Schutzstaffel division so as to control the Nazi Party from behind the scenes; designed the HYDRA exo-skeleton technology based on visions of the future Iron Man arc reactor armor he received from Alveus Hive; knew very well of Abraham Erskine because of a meeting they had with one another during a genetics conference, and was the one who suggested him as the key for Johann and Zemo to work on the Super Soldier Serum; serves as the Pain & Panic equivalent to Red Skull's Hades in the Mt. Olympus replacement campaign in BBS; reprises his role from Super Soldier and The First Avenger; while he seems timid, meek, and reluctantly evil compared to Schmidt, in truth he was simultaneously worshipping and dreading what Red Skull's mad power-hungry forceful rampaging across the world could do to HYDRA's goal of bringing back Alveus and conquering the world subtly by tricking humanity into signing away its freedom willingly, which means that once Johann was banished to Vormir and imprisoned by the In-Betweener, Zola could have a chance to breathe and help rebuild HYDRA the way it was meant to be; worked with Johann Fenhoff, Werner Reinhardt, and Wolfgang von Strucker to rebuild HYDRA from within SHIELD...
To be continued for future paragraphs based on later installments...
What do you think of this idea for the Ant-Man & the Wasp campaign?: Egghead is the Big Bad who survived the failed quantum mechanics test, and over time came to realize he felt no pity or sadness from the death of his wife Catherine, and actively abuses his daughter Ava into doing his bidding, keeping the prospect of curing her condition as the carrot to ensure her cooperation, when he really plans on disposing of her once he gets his hands on Maria Trovanya as she is the key to uncovering the untold secrets of the Quantum Realm. Ghost is the noble tragic Dragon who never wanted to become this intangible monster, and just wants to be cured of her condition before it outright kills her, leading to her becoming desperate enough to try and betray her father to take over his plan for her own driven to madness ends. August Hopper, aka Locust, replaces part of the role of Bill Foster as the willing scientific accomplice to the Starr family's plans, realizing that he has become more of a caring father to Ava than her actual birth father Elihas is, leading to him betraying Egghead as well. Bill Foster may in fact still be working for Egghead, but as a reluctant enemy forced into doing Egghead's bidding thanks to Elihas' manipulating him based on his bad prior working with Hank Pym and Vernon van Dyne on Project GOLIATH, though he spends time openly working with Hank to free Maria as a two-timer without much choice. Sonny Burch may also be working for Egghead as a Co-Dragon, namely the Starscream plotting his own agenda to backstab his boss and acquire the secrets of Pym Tech to sell on the black market. However, none of the villains realize that they are all nothing more but pawns of the real final boss, the Psycho-Man, a powerful warlord of the Quantum Realm/Microverse, who intends to manipulate everyone into setting up the perfect circumstances that will allow him to escape his tiny prison and conquer the human world unabated. In fact, he might have been the one to play all of Maria/MCU!Janet's faux untwist moments, what with her controlling Scott's body without his permission, spouting ominous lines about surviving that long in the Quantum realm, and not only adapting, but evolving as well. This could lead to Egghead realizing much to his horror what he had become thanks to Psycho-Man's manipulations, and trying to beg for Ava's forgiveness, only to get rejected because of his monstrous attitude beforehand. Ava, instead of being allowed to walk away free after being cured by Maria becoming the Healer by absorbing Psycho-Man's powers, gets stopped before she can go far by Coulson's SHIELD team because reality ensues since she committed crimes while at her father's disposal.
I was thinking Tim Boo Ba could also appear as the Dragon to Psycho-Man, similar to Algrim's relationship with Malekith. Alternatively, Tim Boo Ba may appear as one of many alien gladiators faced by Thor and the Cosmic Defenders on Sakaar during the events of Thor Ragnarok.
Here's my idea for White Wolf in the KHU/MCU: Hunter Wolffe, adopted sibling of T'Challa and Shuri; the head of the Wakanda Secret Police; is ostracized by the Wakandan populace for being a white outsider, but tries to ignore it for the good of the kingdom; wishes for Wakanda to become more open with its resources to the rest of the world, and begins harboring fantasies of assuming the throne when T'Chaka is killed by Zemo, Klaue, and Heidler; becomes the true Co-Dragon to Erik Killmonger after backstabbing W'Kabi for not understanding how he feels about being a true Wakandan versus being an outsider; gains his own armor based on that of a white wolf after forcing the scientists to replicate N'Jadaka's Golden Jaguar habit; one of several villains of the Black Panther campaign in "ROTK" alongside Kraven, Rhino, Thaddeus E Klang, Lion God Umbala, and Razor-Fist
What do you think? Does it need more work, like added characterization based on the comics, or should we wait to include him for a future Black Panther campaign in the Second Trilogy?
If you need help with working on Governor Ratcliffe's backstory, you can use elements from his real-life counterpart: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Ratcliffe_(governor), give insight into his pathetic social climber nature, how he's failed at every opportunity, how he eventually got into good graces with King James the 1st, and how he first met Judge Claude Frollo in a secret alley around the time of The Phantom Menace (just before my version of Birth by Sleep), helping to form the Order of the White Rose as their secret counterpart to the Separatists alongside Sir LeGume (Gaston's father), Prince John of the Animal Kingdom equivalent world to Nottingham based on Robin Hood '71, Cutler Beckett, and either Duncan or Malcolm Canmore from the Gargoyles world.
I also have a good idea for Cruella if you'd like to utilize it: (Backstory mixing in elements of OUAT, 101 Dalmatians the series, the two live-action movies, and the other crime lords featured in the saga) (Her mother Madeline's rise to power in the London fashion world during the 1920's, while secretly moonlighting as a growing crime boss in the criminal underground by using her earned funds from her fashion house designs; her meeting with wealthy gentryman Jay and seducing him into making her his mistress and eventually his wife; the birth of Cruella and her inheriting her mother's talent for fashion design and artistry, though unfortunately tainted by a sociopathic streak for only caring about natural life when it is dead, leading to her love of animal furs; Madeline's attempts at continuing to control her crime family in the wake of Ella's slow, but steady rising talent for committing murders unsanctioned by her mother just for the fun of it; making a deal with Big Ben Badun to use the Doberman father of the pups soon to be named Roscoe and DeSoto to scare Cruella and keep her in line from killing any more people than she could pay the police to keep quiet about to the public; stopped committing murders for a good long while while at college, where she meets Anita Dearly and they bond over their artistic talents, though Anita still feels a little creeped out around her; Cruella's growing desire to resume her murderous streak by plotting to overthrow her mother as the family's new crime boss, but now deciding to plan her attacks from behind the scenes rather than personally, paying Big Ben's successor Bill Sykes to have his Dobermans kill her father to inherit his money, then manipulating the Baduns into working for her; planted evidence that Madeline committed the crime and of her secret crime boss identity Malevola to have her arrested by the police and take control over the crime faction and the company; later encounters a passerby apprentice wizard to Yen Sid, and manipulates him into loving her so that he can grant her dark magical abilities namely Persuasion to control animals to do her bidding before she kills them for having outlived their usefulness; the apprentice wizard soon finds out about Cruella's true nature by visiting Madeline/Malevola in jail to ascertain the truth, then curses Cruella with a magical spell as punishment for her wicked deeds, robbing her of the ability to actually kill someone or something with her own hands, forcing her to rely on her hired minions in her crime family to kill people for her, much to her growing frustration; the beginnings of her rivalry with Sykes, Madame Medusa, and the other crime lords)
Thank you, I'm also thinking up ideas for a McLeach backstory that's mostly inspired by his DvM bio, complete with the Huntsclan connection, but it also has to make him as unsympathetic as possible since childhood, namely why he only made it up through to the 3rd grade, how he first got Joanna, any connections he may share with Warp Darkmatter, possibly serving for a time in the Radiant Garden/Coruscant military as a royal guard before going into mercenary/poacher work, and any connection he may have with Cruella DeVil or Judge Claude Frollo to explain why he is a part of the criminal underworld or why he came to work under the Order of the White Rose/Golden Cross.
Here's GAVillain's bio for McLeach, btw, to serve as the starting point:
(The Wagyl Hunters were a group of dream walkers in Aboriginal Australian. They used their unique connection to the dream time to aid in hunting magical creatures, and they often kept reptiles as pets, maintaining a unique ability to communicate with them. When the British first landed in Australian and began establishing colonies there, members of the British Huntsclan came into contact with the Wagyl Hunters, and over the years the two groups began to blend their customs, and the two forged the Australian division of the Huntsclan. In the Australian Huntsclan, most of its members became poachers to make a living in human currency.
Darwin McLeach was the Huntsmaster of the Australian Huntsclan. He was a rigid Huntsclan fundamentalist and maintained that the Huntsclan's reason for existing was to purge the world of magical creatures, and, as such, was very vocally supportive of the New York City Huntsmaster revitalizing this ideal in the American Huntsclan. His son, Percival, was not born with the mark of the Huntsclan, and, per the Huntsclan bylaws, was not allowed to be trained in the ways of the Huntsclan, which Darwin upheld to the letter. However Darwin, not wanting his son to grow up completely outside of his influence, taught Percival how to hunt and, more specifically, poach.
McLeach showed a particular aptitude for the skill, much to Darwin's happiness. Eventually, as Percival got older, his father became more and more willing to exploit loopholes in Huntsclan bylaws on his son's behalf. Despite the fact that it was highly frowned upon, Darwin taught Percival the Australian Huntsclan's unique skill of communicating with reptile familiars. After all, that was originally a custom of the Wagyl Hunters rather than the Huntsclan's own.
Percival established his connection with a monitor lizard that he named Joanna. When Percival was twenty-five, Darwin was shot dead by a Russian carjacker, prompting Percival's utter hatred of Russians. Percival, in turn, inherited his father's Huntsclan weaponry which he adapted for poaching. McLeach gain notoriety as one of Australia's most prolific poachers in the outback. He also dabbled a bit in hunting magical creatures, though he preferred the "natural critters". He acted as a bit of a civilian contact of the Australian Huntsman at certain times.)
I did have some ideas for McLeach a while back, but they're quite different and I don't know if they would be of any use.
I was going to have McLeach be from a poor, backwoods Texas family with a long tradition of hunting, claiming he learned to shoot before learning to walk, that he started off hunting simply for food before getting a taste for killing, started poaching to make a living, saving up as much as he could to travel the world and hunt bigger game, thus getting bigger rewards, originally was hunting Joanna for the illegal exotic pet trade before she saved him from a crocodile attack and kept her as thanks.
Maybe you could combine both backstories, so that McLeach's father is still the Huntsmaster of the Australian huntsclan, he taught Percival how to shoot since infancy, leading to his aptitude for killing. Poaching for a living is still McLeach's job, and he eventually picked Joanna as his wagyl hunter familiar after she saved him from crocodiles. Remove the specific reference of the carjacker being Russian, and maybe add that Percival may have been a sociopath who didn't care at all about his father's death, perhaps even reveling in his newfound independence that he now had access to all the Huntsclan weaponry to make his hunts all the more thrilling. He may have fudged up his academic & police records with help from the Huntsclan to get himself admitted into Radiant Garden's royal military academy, where he may have become acquainted with Senator Cosinga Sheev Palpatine of Naboo, who made him the first of many spies within the royal guard at Coruscant to eventually supplant control of the Republic to his growing syndicate. His expulsion from the royal guard may have come when someone, perhaps a young Buzz Lightyear, spotted him carrying out an assassination on one of Sheev's political enemies, which led to McLeach being ratted out and arrested for his crimes, though he managed to escape thanks to the secret assistance of rising crime lady Cruella who saw potential in McLeach as her personal hired furrier/poacher/mercenary/hitman, since this was just after Yen Sid's apprentice cursed her with being unable to kill anyone personally. About the same time McLeach was kicked out of the Royal Guard was when the young Warp Darkmatter joined the Star Command academy, leading to Palpatine selecting him as the new spy within Star Command's ranks since McLeach was of no further value to him. McLeach would later gain another client in the form of Judge Claude Frollo, head of the White Rose Order, who knew of his connections to the Huntsclan, who had since allied themselves to him, and began to hire his services only as a last resort when all other resources had failed. So basically, McLeach is a two-timing opportunistic scumbag mercenary poacher who takes assignments from Cruella of the Hellfire Organization, Frollo of the Order of the Golden Cross/White Rose, and eventually the Dominion XIII higher ups since he had made an acquantaince of Warp in a back-alley seedy bar during one of his off-times.
Hey I've got an idea about the Grand Duke! Why not connect him to the Greek myth of the Strix, an owl-like vampire demon which fed on human blood & flesh, and perhaps explain how he gained all of his magical powers from either being a familiar to an evil wizard, like the unempowered Archmage, Rothbart, or Lord Arawn; or maybe having learned dark magic himself by reading from a tome by a long dead wizard; or maybe having accidentally discovered a massive fount of darkness in his world and fell into it, becoming mutated by its power; or perhaps even making a deal in his dreams with the Nightmare King to become the massive owl demon wizard he is today in exchange for providing the demon lord with the souls of those he hunts. You could also explain how he rose to power among the other owls and how he became archenemies with Chanticleer; and why he decided to join forces with the Separatists.
In the meantime, I think I've got something in the works for Foulfellow and Gideon's backstory entries: Connections to the world of Nottingham/Robin Hood '73 or Disney-Land/Toontown, their individual childhoods, them meeting together at some point, fleeing their home world and somehow ending up in Prankster's Paradise due to a Dark Corridor conjured up by the Wiseman for some mysterious purpose; backstory influence from Roman Torchwick and Neopolitan from Rwby; first encounter with Stromboli and gypping him out of his money.
KH 1: Reprise their roles from Pinocchio, only to get swallowed up by Monstro while trying to flee the isle; later serve as some of Ellidyr's counterparts to Donald and Goofy for the Monstro encounter, while trying to suck up Pinocchio into coming along with them; are thrown out of the whale with a big sneeze, having been abandoned by Ellidyr for proving worthless to him; spend some time stuck in a gummi raft in space before being picked up by Ursula's star destroyer, and brought on board to help out in guarding the Death Star orbiting Neverland; bear witness to Ariel regaining her past memories of being the Tidal Moon Princess, and flee for their lives back to Prankster's Paradise to lay low with Maleficent's agents hounding after them, only to get arrested by the Traverse Town Resistance, and forced to take part in guarding the town once the Final Keyhole's massive amount of darkness spreads all over the universe
If you noticed my wiki lately, I've decided that the role of Ventus will be now shared between Gwydion from The Chronicles of Prydain and Michael Mouse/the Prince Mickey from "The Prince and the Pauper", while the role of Vanitas shall now be played by Mordred from Arthurian legend and Julius Mouse from "Runaway Brain". What do you think?
What do you think of this idea?: Erik Stevens was one of HYDRA's top mid-class agents, around Crossbones and Grim Reaper's level, formally allied to the faction led by General Janna Hale, but in reality, he hated HYDRA's current leadership and thought that he could run things better just because of his oh-so-special tragic backstory and so-called noble ideals. That's also an extra motivation for wanting to betray Klaue and take over Wakanda so that he could have his own equivalent HYDRA island and become HYDRA's new commander in chief with a mostly African favored version of conquest. This unknowingly reverse racist ideal of N'Jadaka's does not go over well with HYDRA, and they decided to send some of their own agents like Razor-Fist, Zanda, and Bobcat, plus string a deal with two of Doc Ock's henchmen Rhino and Kraven, to go down to Wakanda and eliminate Killmonger for his treasonous behavior. Of course, Killmonger has his own elite guard of loyal allies; Umbala, White Wolf, and Wakabi, to defend his throne/conquered kingdom against his former organization of allegiance. So basically, it's a big old enemy civil war happening in Black Panther 2018, with Killmonger's faction in the Hellfire Organization (+) Zira's Outsiders vs Doc Ock's faction of the Hellfire Organization (Rhino & Kraven) vs the Galactic Empire's HYDRA agents vs the reformed Man-Ape M'Baku as part of the heroes team.
Thank you! Here is the complete list of General Janna Hale's henchmen in Agents of SHIELD Season 5: Ruby Hale, Graviton II/Glenn Talbot, Amazon/Katrina van Horn, Doctor Karl Malus (undead-closer to comics incarnation), Dr. Gero, Orka, Cheetah, Dragon Man, Nightshade/Tilda Johnson, the Watchdogs, Icemaster/Bradley Kroon, Red Guardian/Anton Ivanov, MODOK, Viper/Jordan Stryke, Titania/Mary MacPherran, Werner von Strucker, Absorbing Man, and the Sleeper Mech Drones. Any edits or suggestions to the list?
The transhumanists were a very minor threat circa Season 3 Part 2, just after Hive has Mistress 9 kill Gideon Malick for trying to squeal to SHIELD, and he needs a new henchman scientist to make for him new Inhumans.
No, there was a different Pursuer before Korath donned the mantle. This one was once a cockroach that got mutated by Kree technology into becoming a living weapon sent to hunt down the Inhumans. Did you read the wiki page at least?
Maybe you could have it so that Zemo was originally planning to let Edmund go for having outived his usefulness and allow him to kill himself to be with his family in death, much to his sarcastic disgust, but when he found out that Steve had willingly aged himself in order to retire from service, Zemo got really, really mad that his vengeance would never be fulfilled adequately, and decided to bring back his Hate-Monger to the fold to serve as his Dragon in his new quest for revenge against Falcon and Bicky for denying him his glory.
I know, but he seemed just obscure, normal looking, and German/European enough that I could have him be the true identity of the MCU Zemo, thereby scrubbing away enough connections he may have with Schickelgruber to stain his record. Besides, isn't the entire scheme of Civil War exactly something like a Hate-Monger would do in the comics; turning friends against one another by fanning the flames of hatred with more than mind control involved?
She's another of the minor Marvel villains floating around, sometimes working as one of Justin Hammer's mercenaries. She's super-strong and has a paranoid hatred of men. She later reformed and joined the Thunderbolts.
Well, I'm having it so that Amazon replaces this character from AoS Season 5: https://marvelcinematicuniverse.fandom.com/wiki/Candice_Lee; and Icemaster is one of the newly activated Inhumans who are running amuck during said season that General Janna Hale is tasked with capturing for the Confederacy's plans to gather an army of Inhuman soldiers to battle against Thanos and Thane.
What do you think? Anything futher we could add to this?
Madame Menace is an alias for Sunset Baine, an old college fling of Tony Stark who maniupulated him for his college secrets, allowing her to build her own company. She's clashed with Iron Man and Machine Man several times since, using her technologies to further her organized crime schemes.
Mr. Fear is sort of Marvel's version of the DC Scarecrow, using a gas that can bring out people's worst fears. There have been several versions over the years, the first being Zoltan Drago, but probably the most dangerous version is Lawrence Cranston, an old enemy of Matt Murdock's from back at law school who created a variant of the fear gas that causes permanent mental damage, using it to turn Matt's wife Milla Donovan and his friend Melvin Potter, the reformed Gladiator, into violent killers.
The reason I ask is because I'm planning for Madame Menace/Sunset Bain to appear in Iron Man 1 as Obadiah's arm-candy/dragon/equivalent to Mercy Graves from Superman TAS.
As for Mister Fear, I'm having Zoltan Drago be the replacement for the stock russian twin duo from Daredevil Season 1, and be a sort of business partner/associate to Madame Gao. He ends up getting killed by Kingpin, but is revived in a skeletal ghoul version of his Mister Fear uniform to serve as one of Gao's dragons in the Defenders/Iron Fist/Daredevil series.
What do you think? How would you incorporate them into the MCU?
Not a whole lot, just that they're minor Marvel villains. Orka is an Atlantean given superhuman enhancements by Dr. Dorcas and is an enemy of Namor. Leap-Frog was a minor Daredevil foe who later reformed, becoming the father of the minor superhero Frog-Man.
Orka - One of several unnamed human mercenaries hired by John Garrett for the Centipede Project; received superhuman strength, speed, durability, agility, and stamina from the Centipede serum; was arrested with the other henchmen before being sprung loose from prison by Katrina Van Horn to join General Janna Hale's incarnation of HYDRA in allegiance with the Confederacy; was further experimented upon by Janna's head scientist Lemuel Dorcas using Atlantean and Orca Whale DNA to mutate the mercenary's physiology into a pseudo-Atlantean, then bonded to a technorganic orca-esque bodysuit to contain his mutated form and allow him to survive outside of water; serves as one of several monsters of the week for the events of Agents of SHIELD Season 5 part 2, before being sent to Disney Atlantis on orders from HYDRA to aid the Galactic Empire's contact Rourke in acquiring the Heart of Atlantis
Leap-Frog - former toy-maker turned criminal; wears alien tech for frame work, like robot frog leg braces, and exoskeleton; hopes to gain a reputation like the Vulture, but is a failure; one of several criminals who bought their tech from the Vulture's arms dealer business that Spidey has to take care of in a campaign set between Spider-Man Homecoming and Infinity War
And also, because you need help with Copperhead II, here's my general idea for him: Sameer Park, another member of the same assassin clan as the first female Copperhead, was further experimented upon by Hugo Strange/InterGang/HYDRA scientists to gain his mutated cyborg/snake-like appearance and abilities; has been a member of Suicide Squad, League of Shadows, and Secret Society
I think I've got something planned for Sportsmaster: Lawrence "Crusher" Crock, former star sportsman of many fields due to his talent for games and sports since a young age, was banned from the professional leagues when his competitive nature led him to deliberately injure another player to win; caught the attention of Amanda Waller, who decided to give the disgruntled sportsman another chance at life by signing him on as an agent of her countepart to SHIELD, Checkmate; worked for a time as a highly-skilled operative, using the skills learned from the sports he starred in to excel at his missions; eventually became a bit too ruthless, cutthroat, and amoral in his assignments, to the point of moonlighting missions as a criminal assassin for various criminal organizations on Earth-Prime; got kicked out by Waller when she found out that he had assassinated a target he was assigned to protect from the League of Shadows; went on to become a ruthless criminal merc for InterGang/the Secret Society/HYDRA; met his future wife Paula Brooks/Huntress during one of their missions given by their boss Lex Luthor; a villain slated to appear in future DC campaigns in the Second Trilogy.
Thank you! And here's my general idea for Mumm-Ra: Wahankh, former Egyptian priest during the reign of Seti 1 in the time of the Lands of Legend; connections to Apocalypse and Thulsa Doom's forces; political rivals with Hatap and the two scoundrels Hotep & Huy; devoted worshiper of Set and the Old Ones; wad transformed into his current undead state by Set after making a deal to preserve his life when he was near death following his failed coup against Seti; was sealed away by Revan & Bastila after a grueling battle; is set to be freed by the Nightbreed in the Second Trilogy
What do you think? Anything you can add to said initial draft?
I don't know a whole lot about Battlestar, just that he's a government operative who was assigned to work with USAgent as his equivalent of Bucky back when Captain America temporarily quit because of too much government interference.
I know a little bit more about Paladin, but still not a whole lot. He's one of the world's greatest mercenaries, often working alongside other mercs like Silver Sable and Misty Knight. His loyalties often shift with his paycheck, so you never know if he's a hero or villain when he shows up.
OK, well I have a couple of ideas to help you out;
Toyman - The version from Superman TAS, a fervent enemy of InterGang, more specifically against Bruno Mannheim; later only joins the Secret Society/Doom Legion because Luthor apologized on behalf of the gang long after Mannheim was killed during Darkseid's incursion on Earth
Shadow Thief - a career criminal working as a secret operative of LexCorp, took part in conducting experiments with Darkness energy, allowing him to turn himself into a living 2-D humanoid Shadow Demon, trained in the art of ninjitsu from a former League of Shadows agent, serves as one of Queen Bee's metahuman criminal agents
Mr. Twister - A misanthropic aerodynamics engineer working for LexCorp from a facility building in Hatton Corners/Sleepy Hollow DC equivalent, built himself a suit of armor studying Whirlwind and Cyclone's armors/abilities that allows him to perform any number of airbending/weather control abilities from tornadoes and thunderstorms to burning hail storms and wind force fields, serves as a member of the Secret Society's forces attacking the Justice League in a future campaign before being beaten by the Teen Titans in their first mission together
The Toad Men - one of many alien species enslaved by Thanos to do his bidding; ended up being enslaved after angering Ronan the Accuser by stealing Kree building plans to upgrade their home planet Kroke and build their orbital space station of Tribbit; could possibly appear in GoTG or Planet Hulk-based campaigns.
Here are my ideas for more pending articles, in case you need help in writing down their bios:
Dr. Light: Once, he was a electromagnetic radiation researcher working for S.T.A.R. Labs who was well-respected by his peers, though unbeknownst to them, Arthur secretly had a taste for pleasurable company and would use his position in the company to get away with unwanted harassment on his female co-workers. Eventually, after one too many incidents were excused, Arthur would end up getting caught in the act of trying to come onto wealthy socialite Sue Dibny by Bruce Wayne, who was unwilling to turn a blind eye to his nasty demeanor and had him taken to court, where all of his previous targets all testified against him, and successfully filed for him to pay a high fine as compensation. Now kicked out of S.T.A.R. Labs for his broken reputation, Dr. Leit swore vengeance on the research facility for not giving him his proper due to let him do whatever he wished. Using his past research to develop directed-energy weapons that harnessed electromagnetic radiation as a power source, Arthur became a super-criminal and attacked the facility, holding Sue hostage before he was defeated by Batman and Green Lantern. He would from then on be a recurring enemy of the Justice League's lower-echelon members, using his light-based weaponry to commit crimes while assisted by the various hired thugs of InterGang.
Kimiyo Hoshi: Arthur's lab-intern/astronomer/apprentice and an anti-hero who turns against him due to personal reasons; connections to Green Lantern mythos and Anti-Monitor cosmic energies; was Leit's lover due to manipulations, before realizing how much of an ugly scumbag he really was; first used her powers to take revenge on Dr. Light and was about to kill him out of hatred, before realizing on her own with a bit of talking with Starfire of the Teen Titans that it wasn't right, and that he must stand trial for his crimes)
Queen Bee: Zazala Harjavti; One of the Secret Society's leaders in the Legion of Light, a possible Big Bad of a future Suicide Squad campaign when the newest incarnation of the team is sent to Bialya to halt a weapons trade operation masterminded by her in an attempt to conquer Qurac, is guarded by several Secret Society operatives to do her bidding
Psimon: A morally bankrupt physicist working for LexCorp, was working on experiments to open up portals to other dimensions when he accidentally created his own Boom Tube to Apokolips, was mutated by Desaad's experiments into gaining telepathic and telekinetic abilities, returned to Earth to work with Luthor and Queen Bee to begin a weapons trade operation in Bialya
Volcana: pyrokinetic metahuman/natural mutant manipulated by Project Cadmus and InterGang to work for their interests by fanning the flames of rebelliousness in her heart, a member of the Secret Society
KGBeast: Anatoli Knyazev; basically a combination of his roles in the DCEU, Arrow, and Batman Assault on Arkham
King Shark: Shay Lamden-Nanaue, Hawaiian marine biologist in contact with Stephen Shin to study rumors of the existence of DC Atlantis' colonies, the version from the Flash series, was accidentally exposed to mutagenic radiation from S.T.A.R. Lab's particle accelerator explosion, which activated his latent Inhuman/Atlantean genes from an unknown distant ancestor of his Chondrakha; initially appeared as massive cancer tumors before mutating his entire body into a giant humanoid great white shark; went on a rampage under the control of the Reverse-Flash and the Ocean Master's alliance before being stopped by Aquaman and the Flash; now serves as a member of the Secret Society, Suicide Squad, and the Rogues; basically a combination of his appearances in The Flash, Suicide Squad 2, and Batman Arkham
I see. Well, I have plans to include King Piccolo as one of the original Separatists before Darth Sidious took over the secret leadership of the alliance to suit his own ends. Piccolo is an attempt by Bayan to master his control over his heart and properly wield the Keyblade as a Planetary Guardian Entity, only to accidentally expel the embodiment of his darker side in a near similar circumstance to how Master Xehanort created Vanitas from Ven's heart-soul. Mr. Popo is one of the very first Djinn made in service to the High Council, so he could have ties to the ancient Djinni civilization you wrote about in Genie's backstory for DHVV before the Gods of the N-D universe rescued him and set him as assistant to the Planetary Guardians.
I don't know much about van Adder other than he was one of Norman Osborn's early test subjects for the Goblin Formula and became a character called the Proto-Goblin. Hamilton was Harry Osborn's psychatrist who decided to manipulate Harry into giving him the Green Goblin's secrets and tried to become the Goblin himself. Phil Urich is Ben Urich's nephew who stumbled upon the Goblin's equipment and tried to become a superhero as the new Green Goblin. The Grey Goblin is Gabriel Stacy, Gwen Stacy's illegitimate son by Norman Osborn, who Norman manipulated into seeking revenge against Spider-Man, telling him that Spider-Man was responsible for his mother's death.
Nels van Adder: one of Norman Osborn's top-ranking scientists at Oscorp, and a part of the board of directors who take control of the company after Norman's seeming demise; takes on the role of Rajit Ratha in the Amazing Spider-Man adaptation set in SSM Season 3
Bart Hamilton: the head of psychiatric research at Oscorp, and a member of the board of directors who take control of the company after Norman's seeming demise; is secretly on Norman's payroll/on the know about his survival, and is on assignment to keep Harry in the dark about the truth and to manipulate him through psychiatric sessions into doing his father's bidding as the successor of the Goblin legacy; later attempts to go Starscream on Norman by assuming the mantle of the Green Goblin himself when Harry begins to show doubts about the path before him; is suspected of being a low-level telepath, which gives him the ability to subtly hypnotize his patients through vocal suggestion, along the lines of Dr. Johann Fenhoff from Agent Carter, which may lead to Spidey doubting his own stability when this new Goblin starts worming his way into Peter's mind in their confrontation...
Phil Urich: Ben Urich's nephew; is one of several ties that connect the Netflix Daredevil series to the Spectacular Spider-Man; is motivated by the death of his uncle to go into freelance photography as a rival to Peter at the Daily Bugle, but ends up falling under the influence of Roderick Kingsley's manipulations in his own agenda against the Kingpin...
Gabriel Stacy: Gwen's emotionally distant older cousin who lives abroad in the UK for a college program; is mentally troubled and doesn't speak much to his family due to a variety of issues stemming from his childhood; his return to the U.S. after the semester is done brings plenty of trouble into Peter and Gwen's lives, and he too ends up under the sway of Roderick Kingsley's manipulations to serve his ends...
Gerhard Winkler: a former Oscorp neuroscientist who turned traitor against Norman after being snubbed and sold some of the company's secrets with the help of the Chameleon to rival company Tricorp; mostly responsible for mind-altering tech that could either brainwash the subject to obey someone else's commands or grant the subject the power of telepathy; mostly works for Tricorp and its CEO Roderick Kingsley, but has also worked some contracts with the Fisk Crime Cartel, most notably around the time of Daredevil Season 2 & 3.
I think I have an idea as to how En Sabah Nur took over Egypt back during the time of the Lands of Legend: he had a spy on the inside of Seti I's court, namely Hatap the Vizier, who organized a conspiracy alongside Imhotep the High Priest, Baka the Master Builder, Anck-Sun-Amun the Pharaoh's Mistress, Dathan the Overseer, Hotep & Huy, and Wahankh to overthrow the pharaoh. With the backing of the evil Gods Set and Sekhmet, the conspiracy slowly poisoned Seti before finally killing him at his weakest point, believing they would all have the power to eliminate any who dared oppose them, not even Seti's son Rameses could stop them. However, they all failed to realize that they were simply pawns in Apocalypse's own plan to rule the Egyptian empire for Mutantkind, and when he made his first appearance before the human conspirators, he made very certain to show they who was boss and that their usefulness had expired, killing Baka and Anck-Sun-Amun, while ordering his brainwashed soldiers to arrest the other collaborators. Wahankh was able to barely escape with his life, though mortally wounded by one of the guards' spears, which led to him making a deal with Set to survive his wounds and gain the power needed to get his revenge, becoming the undead sorceror Mumm-Ra, a perpetual rival to Apocalypse for being the sole warlord of Egypt in good favor with Chernabog's Dark Forces. Dathan and the two priests fled before their turn to be executed and sided with the rival princes Rameses and Teth-Adam to atone for their treason against the crown, with Dathan asking only for his freedom from his status as a slave and the hand of Lilia in exchange for providing them valuable intel on how to defeat Apocalypse. Alas, Imhotep had the worst fate of them all - Hatap had suggested to Apocalypse that he be subjected to the Homm-Dai curse in order to torture and brainwash him into a loyal Demon Horseman in Chernabog's armies, since Imhotep had the greatest potential for darkness among the members of the conspiracy. However, the Medjai, Seti's former royal guard who remained secretly loyal to the family even after Seti's death, were able to steal away Imhotep's cursed bound form and hide him in a secret burial spot known only to them to ensure that Apocalypse, and by extension Chernabog, could never be able to get their claws on his sarcophagus and awaken him to his programmed destiny.
Very, very nice! I love how you incorporated all those different characters together. Will Imhotep be appearing later in the series, and if so, will it be as the classic Universal Mummy, as the remake Mummy, or a different version that I'm not familiar with?
Also, do you have any plans for N'Kantu the Living Mummy?
Abner Jenkins, came from a poor African-American household; a bright young lad with a talent for mechanics, though his father wanted him to look into more physical work as the family had done for years; graduated with a Masters Degree in Engineering after clawing his way to the top in college; got a job at a U.S. Airforce aircraft factory as a master mechanic, which should have made him happy, but he was still dissatisfied, believing that all his so-called dream had led him to was a dead-end, low-paying job; went to a bar to drown in his sorrows, only to end up saving the life of L. Thompson Lincoln from a drunk aggressor in the process; his rescue attempt so thoroughly impressed Mr. Lincoln that he decided to hire him on as a bodyguard in his...more exciting deals...; Abner became enchanted with the idea of flirting with crime on the edges that he outright decided to quit the aircraft factory personally and sign on full-time in the criminal underworld as an enforcer for Tombstone; still secretly desired to one day up his game by graduating to the ranks of supervillain, but thought that was just a fantasy...that is until Iron Man made the news, and suddenly any lowly aircraft mechanic with a Masters in Engineering could possibly have the means to replicate what Tony Stark and Obadiah Stane did if they only had the time and resources to do it, but for now decided to play the part of a loyal henchman to Tombstone for the time being...
(Basically, Abner is one of Tombstone's African American thugs from the two seasons of Spectacular Spider-Man, seemingly just another silent mook, but secretly has plans and ambitions to go into full-time supervillainy as his own mercenary, which he eventually does after Tombstone is dethroned by the Green Goblin)
I saw that, and it's intriguing, but the original version of the movie I feel seems to relate far better to the overall themes of Days/Year of Misery, in the struggles of the sympathetic members of Dominion XIII to be human again and live their lives away from the tyranny of Zurg's Empire.