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Brahl of Force (Guardians of the Galaxy enemy) (Marvel Comics)


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Game system: DC Heroes Role-Playing Game


  • Real Name: Unrevealed
  • Marital Status: Unrevealed
  • Known Relatives: None
  • Group Affiliation: Intimidators; formerly Minions of Menace, Force
  • Base Of Operations: Mobile
  • Height: 5’10” Weight: 160 lbs
  • Eyes: Red Hair: None

Powers and Abilities

Brahl can turn himself intangible and invisible, either partly or totally, and he can also use this power on his surroundings, such as making the floor beneath his enemies intangible. He can also become invisible. He’s usually armed with an energy blaster, to provide him with ranged offensive capability.


A member of the Achernonian race, Brahl was recruited into the Minions of Menace by Korvac. They served him in battle with the Guardians of the Galaxy and Thor, where Brahl was knocked out by Vance Astro, but the Minions were abandoned by Korvac soon after.

Brahl was later recruited into Force by Interface. When Interface learned of a sacred shield which supposedly bestowed great power on its wielder, he led Force on a search for the shield. They eventually tracked it down to a planet, where the computer that runs the world, Main Frame, forced them to compete against another team that had been searching for the shield, the Guardians of the Galaxy.

Brahl faces Martinex, and easily gets the best of him, almost killing him before they’re teleported away. With the other contests resulting in draws, the final contest came down to Interface versus Vance Astro.

Interface easily subdued Astro, but when he seized the shield, he didn’t understand that it’s ’power‘ was symbolic, and was so caught up in trying to access the power that Astro managed to take it away from him. Losing due to his motives rather than the contest, Interface, Force, and their ship were teleported 15 parsecs (1 parsec = 3.26 light years) away by Mainframe.

Seeing no benefit in returning to challenge Mainframe or the Guardians, Interface ordered them to move on to other possibilities.

When Force were attacked by Malevolence, their resistance was easily dispatched, apart from Brahl, who happily made a deal with Malevolence. She declared them her slaves, using her power to keep them in line, and assigning Brahl as their new leader.

Malevolence led them to Homeworld, centre of the Universal Church of Truth, where she challenged for the role of matriarch to Protégé. When Malevolence sensed the Guardians, with her main rival, Aleta, approaching, she dispatched Force to delay them. Force attack the Guardians on board their vessel, where Brahl attacks the weakened Starhawk, whose body is currently in a constant state of intangibility.

He’s unable to shoot him, and is taken by surprise when Starhawk knocks him out while they’re both intangible. Coming to, he discovers Martinex and Interface calling a truce. Brahl flees to tell Malevolence of their treachery, only to be discarded by Malevolence, now that she has no further use for him. He leaves, swearing vengeance on all of them.

Following his expulsion from Force, Brahl recruited his former team mates from the Minions of Menace, renaming themselves the Intimidators, and led them in an attempt to recreate Korvac. They travelled to Main Frame’s world, where they were opposed in their quest by the Galactic Guardians.

Despite taking advantage of planetary disasters to keep the Guardians busy, they were confronted by them as the process neared completion but managed to hold them off long enough to revive Korvac. In his newly awakened state, however, he was no match when his link with Main Frame released the current host of the Phoenix from statis. Korvac was removed from reality. It’s unknown whether Brahl escaped.


Sneaky and grasping, Brahl’s only interest is in Brahl, and he rarely does anything that doesn’t benefit him, rarely overlooking any opportunity to further himself, or to ingratiate himself to powerful beings, even betraying current team mates. He enjoys goading enemies who can’t affect him in his insubstantial form, and his generally arrogant attitude usually got on the nerves of his team mates in Force.


“Ha ! Ha ! Ha ! I really should give you a sporting chance… considering your weakened condition and all ! But then I never was a very sporting fellow !”

“Remember your orders, Force – kill da blonde !!”

DC Universe History

A mutant Bgztlian, he was banished from their dimension for his crimes. He has targeted the Legionnaire Phantom Girl a few times in attempts to gain revenge for his exile.

Force have clashed with the Legion of Super Heroes on a couple of occasions, most recently when Brahl manoeuvred them into fighting as part of a plan to gain revenge on Phantom Girl. He was expelled from the group as a result, and was later recruited into the Legion of Super-Villains, taking part in their conquest of Orando.

Game Stats — DC Heroes RPG Print Friendly

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Dex: 06 Str: 04 Bod: 04 Motivation: Power Lust
Int: 04 Wil: 04 Min: 04 Occupation: Mercenary
Inf: 06 Aur: 05 Spi: 05 Resources {or Wealth}: 006
Init: 016 HP: 035

Disintegration: 08, Dispersal: 10, Invisibility: 05

Bonuses and Limitations:

  • Disintegration can only be used on inorganic objects (-1), only lasts while Brahl concentrates on the disintegrated object (+0), and is Contingent on Dispersal (-1)
  • Dispersal can be Partial (+1), but offers no protection from attacks by other Dispersed characters (-1)

Weaponry (Firearms): 06


Minions of Menace (Low)

Strange Appearance

Blaster [BODY 05, Energy Blast: 07]

Dispersing Others

The Disintegration is to model his ability to disperse other objects. At the moment it has only been used on inanimate objects, but it’s potentially possible that he could use it on other characters.

If you want him to be able to use it in this way, use the standard Disintegration attack, except that instead of doing damage to the target, they get the RAPs worth of Dispersal, while he concentrates on them.

Previous Stats

Prior to his time with Force, Brahl’s didn’t have Disintegration.

By Gareth Lewis

Source of Character: Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel Comics

Helper(s): Gamers Handbook of the Marvel Universe, KalEl el Vigilante, Eric Langendorff

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