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Context Wild Cards is a long-running series of super-hero novels, by a collective of writers. Publication started in 1987, with the ringleaders being Melinda Snodgrass and obscure writer George R.R. Martin. The setting and main characters come from a RPG campaign using Superworld ,...

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As an android, Modular Man is immune to the frailties of organic beings (he does not need to eat, sleep, breathe, etc.), but is vulnerable to phenomena that affect machines. Like most machine intelligences, Modular Man is effectively immune to telepathic attacks, and attempts at telepathic...

Jack Braun
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Powers and Abilities Jack “Golden Boy” Braun is one of the strongest men in the Wild Cards world, and generates a golden glow/force field around his body that makes him nearly invulnerable. He’s greatly feared in combat, and has been known to routinely destroy entire tank...

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Powers and Abilities Demise can kill by locking eyes with a target and deliberately re-living the moment of his own death. Doing so “fills” his victim with these memories telepathically, and kills them in the process. This power can be resisted by those with strong mental...

Earl Sanderson
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Powers and Abilities Sanderson can fly at up to 500 mph in level flight, and his whole body is tough enough to withstand the impact of bullets. He can project a force field which he uses as a battering ram. History Sanderson was born to a middle-class family in Harlem in 1913. His...

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His people also heal faster than human and live very long lifespans (His father was over 900 when he was assassinated, his grandmother was nearly 2000) Dr. Tachyon was infected with the Wild Card virus by Typhoid Croyd in 1987, and runs the constant risk that his latent infection will manifest. Of...

Captain Trips persona
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During one of Jumpin’ Jack Flash’s talk show appearances, he was introduced to the man that apparently served as Meadows’s template for him. They looked and acted exactly alike. The only difference was that the other man was an accountant, not a lawyer (and had no...

Captain Trips persona
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After the coup, Việt Nam was visited by an Indian ace known as Ganesha, who had the power to cast illusions and to reshape reality to a limited extent. Ganesha appeared to friendly upon their first meeting, sharing similar philosophies of peace, but this turned out to be a...

Captain Trips persona
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DC Universe History See the Captain Trips write-up for Cosmic Traveler’s DC History in conjunction with Mark Meadows. With Mark living in Opal City, Cosmic Traveler would probably be found during some huge upset, such as the Mist’s occasional rampages, trying to find a safe...

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Also, when one of his alter egos died, he seemed to lose certain capabilities — for example, when Starshine the poet died, Mark lost the ability to speak for some time afterward. Given the evidence, the most likely explanation is that each of Meadows’s alter egos is the personification...