I always wanted to say that
*Whisper* Boo Ya *Whisper*
13 years agoSypther08
Weight: 215 lbs
Features: As symbiote, blood-red & blue skin, tentacled appendages.
Created By: Peter Milligan, Clayton Crain
Real Name: Patrick 'Paddy' Mulligan
Current Aliases: None
Former Aliases: None
Dual Identity: Known to local authorities
Current Occupation: Superhero crime fighter
Former Occupation: NYPD Officer
Legal Status: No criminal record
Place of Birth: NYC
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Gina Mulligan (wife), Edward Mulligan (son), Jimmy Mulligan (Farther -deceased), Mrs Mulligan (mother), Venom (symbiote grandparent) Carnage (symbiote parent)
Known Confidants: Officer Meadow's (ex partner NYPD), Spider-man, Black Cat
Known Allies: Spider-man, Black Cat
Major Enemies: Carnage (deceased), Venom (deceased), Razorfist
Usual Bases: New York, Manhattan
Former Bases: New York, Manhattan
Current Groups: None
Former Groups: NYPD
Powers & Paraphenalia
Strength Level: Greater than that of Venom and Carnage combined and able to lift a maximum of 75 tons.
Powers: In addition to the young symbiote's great strength in comparison to previous generations, Toxin can also manipulate his symbiote half to mimic any type of clothing or create other human disguises.
Abilities: Toxin like his predecessors possesses the ability to stick to walls, and like Carnage creates 'tendrils' rather than webbing from which to swing between buildings. Toxin can also project elongated claws or 'snares' from his costume in the same manner as Carnage.
Limitations: Interestingly Toxin did not inhabit the same ability to dampen Carnage's in- born symbiote ability to track it's own spawn in the same way that Carnage could to do Venom. It is presumed that Toxin is indebted to the same vulnerability to fire and sonic attacks from which all other symbiotes suffer.
Recently Carnage had become enraged over his imminent asexual pregnancy and he and Venom battled over the fate of the next incarnation of their species. Carnage being the nine hundredth and ninety ninth symbiote meant that his offspring would be the 1000Th of their line. Venom wished to ensure the survival of the creature as he was fearful it could incur a psychotic breakdown unless he educated it in the ancient ways of their species. He also believed that in doing this he could form a bond with it and forge an alliance against Spider-man. Carnage however wanted it dead as soon as it was born, as in his own words- 'I AINT HAVING MY OWN GENES COMING BACK AND BITING ME.' Carnage burrowed deep beneath the city streets to 'give birth'. In doing this he ruptured a gas main which drew the attention of the NYPD to the area. Officer Pat Mulligan was on site when Carnage emerged from the creator caused by the explosion. Since Carnage was too tired to kill anyone after the birthing, he planted the symbiote spore on the back of officer Mulligan unbeknown to him, and pronounced he would return once rested.
Pat Mulligan was the latest in a long line of Irish NYPD officers, following in the footsteps of his farther and his grandfather before him and his wife Gina was expecting their first child soon. Later that evening Venom visited Pat's apartment to warn him that Carnage was on his way. But before Venom could explain this, Spider-man showed and told the Mulligan's to flee. As Pat and his wife were about to escape down the stairs Carnage showed up and in brushing past Gina threw her down the stairs seemingly to her doom. Before grabbing Pat and making a sharp exit. Fortunately Spider-man had caught Gina, this however sent her into labour so Spider-man took her to the hospital and she gave birth to her and Pat's son, Edward. After this Pat was able to escape Carnage when the Black Cat came to his aid and Venom showed to fight Carnage. Over the next week Pat noticed a heightening of his senses and reflexes along with strange voices in his head. While interrogating Black Cat he was easily able to block her attempts at an escape.
When Carnage showed again Pat's symbiote emerged for the first time. The creature named Toxin, easily overpowered Carnage throwing him out of the building. When Pat later tracked Cletus to his apartment with the intention of killing him, He soon realized he could not kill in cold blood when the opportunity was presented. Venom decided that this show of morality from Toxin meant he did not have what was needed in ally against Spider-man, and that Toxin could even go on to form an alliance with the web slinger instead. Venom then teamed up w/ Carnage to kill Toxin so this would not happen. Struggling with the murderous desires that the symbiote presented, Pat decided he would focus this energy through the good he could do. Thinking it might be the only way he could remain in control. Toxin later defeated Venom and Carnage single headedly, saving Spider-man and Black Cat. At home that evening Pat decided it would be best for his family if he were not part of it, for fear of bringing them into harms way. He then set off into the night to begin the new life that had been forced upon him. Using Spider-man's existence as a template as to how he would conduct his own.
Soon Pat turned to his old partner Meadows and told him everything that had happened with the symbiote and that he wanted to use it for good. Soon Toxin was able to track and turn over to the authorities an escaped convict in King Cobra, following a breakout at Ryker's. This brought about the attention of Spider-man and he informed Toxin of another AWOL supervillian from the breakout. A guy with Blades in the place of hands named Razorfist.
Using a bloodied rag Spider-man had provided, Toxin began to track Razorfist. Along the way Toxin's methods of intercepting street crime drew light to the difficulty of Pat's relationship with the young bloodthirsty symbiote and the issue of control. Pat attempted suicide following the advice of an ex crime lord by throwing himself in front of a subway train. Only to be saved by the
13 years agoSypther08
Real name: Remy LeBeau
Former aliases: None known
Occupation: (current) Adventurer, (former) Professional Thief
Legal status: Citizen of the United States with no criminal record
Place of birth: New Orleans, Louisiana
Marital status: Separated from his wife
Known relatives: Jean-Luc LeBeau (father), Bella Donna Boudreaux (wife, separated)
Base of operations: (current) Xavier Institute, Salem Center, Westchester County, New York State, (former) New Orleans, Louisiana; Paris, France; Cairo, Illinois
Group affiliation: (current) X-Men, (former) Thieves Guild (New Orleans)
First appearance: X-MEN (first series) #130
History: A homeless boy wandering the streets, Gambit was adopted by Jean-Luc LeBeau, head of the council of the Thieves Guild, a criminal organization based in New Orleans. As part of a peace pact between the Thieves Guild and their rivals, the Assassins Guild, a marriage was arranged between Gambit and Bella Donna Boudreaux, the granddaughter of the head of the Assassins. However, Bella Donna's brother Julien objected to the marriage and challenged Gambit to a duel. Severely wounding Julien, Gambit was forced to flee New Orleans to prevent war between the two guilds.
Gambit wandered the world as he plied his skills as a master thief, aided by his mutant power to charge objects with explosive energy. He employed playing cards he charged with kinetic energy as his trademark weapon. At one point Gambit agreed to assemble the team of assassins called the Marauders for Mister Sinister. Gambit did not realize that Sinister would employ the Marauders to massacre the underground mutant community called the Morlocks.
Eventually, Gambit encountered the X-Man Storm, who had been transformed into an amnesiac child and who had turned to theft. He helped her escape her enemy, the Shadow King, and they became partners. Later, when Professor Charles Xavier returned from a long period of traveling in outer space, Storm, having regained her memory and true age, sponsored Gambit's admission into the X-Men. Gambit has remained on the team ever since and fell in love with his fellow X-Man Rogue. Recently, however, Gambit and Rogue have grown apart. As for Bella Donna, she has become Gambit's enemy. Recently, the X-Men learned of Gambit's role in the massacre of the Morlocks. Guilt-ridden, Gambit has left the team, at least temporarily.
In the alternate future in which the X-Man Bishop was born, Gambit has become an aged figure who witnessed the betrayal of the X-Men by one of their own members. Bishop suspected Gambit was the traitor until he learned how Xavier's mind spawned the malevolent entity Onslaught.
Height: 6 ft. 1 in.
Weight: 175 lbs.
Stength: Gambit is a mutant who possesses the normal human strength of a man of his age, height, and build who engages in intensive regular exercise.
Fighting skills: Excellent hand-to-hand combatant, utilizing streetfighting techniques and acrobatics
Special skills and abilities: Bilingual in English and French, ability to throw small objects, including knives, throwing spikes, and playing cards, with extraordinary accuracy
Known superhuman powers: Gambit has the mutant ability to tap into the potential energy contained within an object and transform it into kinetic energy. When Gambit thus charges an object with kinetic energy and throws it at a target, the object releases this energy explosively on impact.
Weaponry: Throwing spikes and playing cards.
13 years agoSypther08
Well All im doing is setting home ready to go to college probly Ivy Tech hell what im saying it is Ivy tech. My bro finally got my computer up and running a Year later put that was really my falt for not telling in time
But i cant wait intell july 8th PAINTBALL ;
and thusday i think all of my friend are having a laptop party but icant't go intell
9:30 at night but it's all good
I don't think we'll going to any vaction anytime soon beacuse we stand my dad
and i can't take anymore days off of work anymore
BUt i well forget anything that comes my way
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