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100

A small bite granted this teenage hero its arachnid abilities and instead of using them for personal gain, he decided to help others with them. An orphan living with his aunt, the boy chose to wear a mask while fighting crime so as not to burden her with his actions.

Spiderman

100

This A.I. was infused with Vision's body, but before that, he was just a funny voice lending support, and the occasional sarcasm, to Stark.

JARVIS

100

Home of the Avengers. Also, you.

Earth

100

A longtime adversary of Captain America, this villain has confronted nearly every Super Hero at one point or another. Most recently mixed up in a Secret Empire scheme alongside his Hydra allies, he saw defeat. But given the relentless evil within him, it is certain that he'll return once more soon.

Red Skull

100

“I do anything and everything that Mr. Stark requires — including occasionally taking out the trash.”

Pepper Potts

200

Exhibiting no super human abilities, this hero boasts ultimate human levels of strength, agility, and stamina. She is extensively trained to near perfection in a variety of fighting styles, such as karate, judo, kung fu, and wrestling, and with all manner of weapons—both traditional and high-tech—combined with her background in gymnastics, acrobatics, and ballet to always accomplish her mission.

Black Widow

200

After the Snap, this character and the surviving Asgardians settled in New Asgard along with Thor. In the five years that followed, he played Fortnite with Thor while he kept him company as Thor descended into his grief of his failure to kill Thanos.

Korg

200

The living planet, Celestial father of Star-Lord.

Ego

200

This villain cannot help but be bad even when he tries to be good. Manipulation comes to him as easy as breathing. On top of that, he has an ego. One so big, yet so fragile. So easily made jealous, often murderously so. His repeated beatings—often literally—at the hands of his step brother only make it worse.

Loki

200

“I can do this all day."

Steve Rogers or Captain America

300

A doctor transforms into this hero during moments of stress, anxiety, and most of all anger. The change can reverse itself if this alter-ego reaches a state of calm, either by himself or through a special mantra utilized by his fellow Avengers, most notably Natasha Romanoff, the Black Widow.

The Hulk

300

This character is Strange's right-hand man, and is an integral part of teaching Strange the mystic arts. Dr. Strange questions this character's one-word name asking "Just ____? Like Adele? Or Aristotle? Drake, Bono, Eminem?"

Wong

300

One of the nine realms of the world tree. Home of Thor.

Asgard

300

The madness of this Titan has become myth, but the ruinous might of his reach is much more than fantasy. One of the most powerful beings in the Multiverse, this villain seeks the Infinity Stones in a never ending quest to prove his lethal clout to his unrequited love, the Mistress of Death.

Thanos

300

“I understand that the council has made a decision, but given that it’s a stupid-*** decision, I’ve elected to ignore it.”

Nick Fury

400

A native of the small, yet technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda, T’Challa accepted the mantle of this hero, the legendary protector of the Wakandan people, from his father, King T’Chaka, who filled the role before him as his father before him and so on.

Black Panther

400

He is the best friend and former cellmate of Scott Lang, who assisted Lang in stealing the Ant-Man Suit from Hank Pym. He has a bad case of "diarrhea of the mouth", often going into long-winded explanations and forgetting to simplify to only the important facts.

Luis

400

An artificial planet created and ruled over by the Grandmaster. Known for its gladiatorial games.

Sakaar

400

In this villain's quest to best Stark, he recruits Ivan Vanko to build armored suits after having Vanko sprung from prison. His company later assisted in turning James Rhodes's confiscated armor into the War Machine armor.

Justin Hammer of Hammer Industries

400

“The city is flying. We’re fighting an army of robots. And I have a bow and arrow. None of this makes sense.”

Clint Barton or Hawkeye

400

Guardian's of the Galaxy

500

Near death, this hero was transformed into a powerful warrior for the Kree. Now, returning to Earth years later, she must remember her past in order to prevent a full invasion by shapeshifting aliens, the Skrulls.

Captain Marvel

500

She spends a lot of "Ragnarok" drunkenly getting into fights, but by the end of the movie, she is a worthy ally to Thor.

Valkyrie

500

Remote and barren, this is the world where the Soul Stone is hidden away.

Vormir

500

After its defeat at the hands of Captain America in 1945 and the subsequent disappearance of Johann Schmidt, this villain organization was secretly rebuilt inside S.H.I.E.L.D. by Schmidt's top scientist Arnim Zola, who was recruited into the agency during Operation Paperclip.

HYDRA

500

“I just keep imagining you waking up in the morning, sir, looking in the mirror and then in all seriousness saying to yourself, ‘You know what would be a really kick*** name? Taserface!'”

Rocket

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