| > > Help Citizen Steel in a similar fashion to how he helped Damage? He healed Damages face, which seems to have immediately returned him to a more cheerful, less bitter personality. Citizen Steel's handicap is easily as damaging to his quality of life as Damage's, with no real hope for relief beyond his costume/orthopedic restraint system. So, will Gog "heal" him, or will he continue to ignore Citizen Steel's pleas, possibly revealing a flaw in his mask of benevolence?|
> I think either Citizen Steel or the army guy who is Teddy Rosevelt's grandson will be transformed into the new Magog.
> Just a hunch.
It looks like a pretty obvious setup so far that Roosevelt's grandson (notice not even a hero codename) will become Magog. It looks like Steel is being setup for the anti-Gog team just out of jealousy for being ignored. Steel's problem is actually more critical to fix than Damage's since he is a danger to others around him in his present state. Of course "healing" him would also remove his powers and take him out of the game.