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bragagain007

Member Since: Tue Dec 27, 2016
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The Mandarin

Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
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Subj: Re: What would your true Cabal of Villains look like?
Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 at 11:41:06 pm EDT (Viewed 37 times)
Reply Subj: Re: What would your true Cabal of Villains look like?
Posted: Mon Oct 02, 2017 at 01:00:09 am EDT (Viewed 77 times)



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    13 is too ambitious for me, sorry. I'll stick to a balanced five man team.



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    (1)Doctor Doom
    Considers villains and classic villainy beneath him. Pretends to co-lead the team while actually using them as a distraction for his real goal, some plot-device that would bring him cosmic enlightenment. While the superheroes are busy stopping his team from stealing Fort Knox and the like, he quietly moves closer to becoming omniscient and omnipotent.



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    (2)The Mandarin
    Wants to conquer the world, gaining unlimited wealth, power, and advancing a social darwinist political agenda. Does most of the field-leadership, because he enjoys leading a horde of barbarians into battle and ripping his enemies limb from limb personally. Officially a co-leader, he considers Doom a weakling too concerned with lab-work to threaten his political agenda.



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    (3)Juggernaut
    Joins purely for the money.



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    (4)Machinesmith
    Joins to get a look at Doom's and Mandarin's tech. Used as a combination of mechanic and hacker.



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    (5)Sin
    Joins because this team is more free than being under Red Skull, allowing her fewer responsibilities and more chances to cut loose and just have murderous fun. Essentially treats being on the team as a gory extended vacation.


I like your team and the rationales behind each - dont know if this is really a world conquering team though. Sin, Machinesmith and Juggs just dont offer alot of world beating potential like your first 2 picks.




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