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(Mod. 1 Mk. 1 "Gray Armor")
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Operation Unlike some later Iron Man suits, the original required familiarization to operate. For a completely untrained operator, even walking is in DC Heroes terms a Difficult DEX/DEX task. Simply standing is Challenging at first. Stark could familiarize himself with...

(Mod. 1 Mk. 2 "Golden Armor")
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During its very first appearance, the M1 Mk2 suit seems mid-powered – a clear improvement over the M1 Mk1, but not earthshaking. However, Iron Man then starts being depicted as being crushingly powerful, able to casually overcome most man-made obstacles and war...

(Mk VI Silver Centurion)
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The accidental death of Titanium Man II combined with Stark’s vigilantism attracted the notice of the US Government. They sent agent Firepower in a specially designed suit to take out Iron Man. Badly beaten in combat, Stark retreated to a helicopter. Stark...

(Mod V Golden Avenger)
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Powers and Abilities The Iron Man Mark V “Golden Avenger” battlesuit is a state-of- the art piece of combat weaponry, despite the fact that its first appearance was in the 1960s. The suit features an impressive array of offensive and defensive capabilities. It...

M.A.U.L.E.R. armor suit
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When the Armor Wars occurred, Stark found out that the MAULER suit incorporated some of his tech, and went after Doyle. The merc acted sensibly and let Iron Man recover the MAULER suit without a fight. Description Doyle is a big, bearded Anglo-Saxon fellow. The...

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Demolition Man. It was made of the same micro-chainmail as Captain America’s modern uniform, but lacked the insulating materials that had been provided by SHIELD. This was a black bodysuit with integral cowl, white wings on the temples and a panel of red and white horizontal stripes...

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It is, of course, possible to constantly mentally rewrite everything. But this is an endless and rather confusing endeavour. Some Marvel examples : Retconning  Tony Stark as having built his suit in Afghanistan, not Việt Nam (as in the Iron Man...

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1983 Age and a bout with alcoholism cause Tony Stark to give up his suit of armor, and designate his friend Jim Rhodes as Iron Man II. 1984 Lyta Trevor takes on the mantle of Wonder Woman III. On his deathbed, Green Lantern II divides the power of his ring among his...

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Some weapons have inflated performance in fiction (because they’ve gained an image of efficiency through clever marketing), or do not perform as they do in the real world. In all cases, the fictional depiction of what the weapon does is always preferred to the actual...

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Introduction The key ideas behind this campaign timeline are : Idea #1 Everyone inhabits the same universe, regardless of who publishes the mainstream continuity versions of them. Characters are constantly interacting in far more natural and logical ways than their artificial segregation...