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    Isaac6356

    [121]Apr 26, 2006
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    Time to post the villians that go with my characters. Meaning those for Hatchi and Kirin.

    Boss De Mauntegue

    Species: Cat

    Abilities: Well....Okay, he has none. He just has a lot of money and technology.

    Background: Like nearly every cat in the world, he believes that cats and dogs shouldn't be together, and that cats are better. But this guy takes it further by actually wanting to do something about it. So, as the head of a notorious cat gang, he has a grand scheme. To raise an army of super cats to dominate all the dogs of Earth. Thanks to his money and resources *he steals from Star Labs sometimes*, he has found a way to increase the strength of any creature. Thanks to this, he has trained many cats and are ready to be used worldwide, yet he hasn't finished there. He is also building a device that would further get cats to work for him, and increase their strength. He would use a mighty machine to control every cat in the world and increase their power to defeat the dogs.

    However one of his minions, Hatchi, decided to go againest him and managed to get away from his control. Ever since, Boss has troubles dealing with Hatchi and it interferes with his plans. Boss wants him back on his side for world domination, but it won't be easy.

    Personality: Well..He's evil. He acts like he's the boss of everyone.

    Appearance: He's short, has a trenchcoat on, green fur. You can say he's something out of those old cartoons with that one alley cat *forgot his name*.

    Ideal Voice: Robert Costanzo

    Deathcon

    Species: Unknown. But he's the same as Kirin.

    Abilities: Very strong, nearly impenetrable body armor, can fly, can use magic through his scythe.

    Background: Long ago, he used to be one of the most powerful generals of his planet. Until one day he sought after power of that to the ruler of the planet, Loren. This conspiracy was meant to change the way the planet would run. Thus, he was exiled for treason, and was transformed into a monster that all exiles become *this means that this becomes their true form, so the one before cannot be obtained. So this is safe to see here*. Being banished, Deathcon discovered an unoccupied planet, that wasn't really a planet at all. It was one giant super ship *it's the size of Pluto*. Thanks to the technology inside, he brough the planet ship to life and began to use it for his own means.

    Within the super weapon of a ship, he gained new armor and develop new powers. He got stronger to the point where he could seek revenge on his home planet. He gathered some strong brutes, then began an invasion of his planet. He began killing his own people and use their life energy from their true forms, to power up his super weapon. It is a device that runs on special energy, and it can be used over and over again when powered. It's a large laser cannon basically that increases in power as more energy is given to it. He plans to use the energy from his people to power his cannon, and threaten other planets to bow to him, or be blown to oblivion. All but one of the planets lifeforms, Kirin, was able to escape his wrath, as the planet was then blown to oblivion after being satisfied with revenge on the planet.

    Deathcon wouldn't stop there. He then started to begin his regime by going planet to planet and conquering them all, sometimes blowing them up. On occasion, one of his best men would find the planet Kirin was on and invade it for fun and to get Kirin for his weapon. Every time though, Kirin escapes after a fight between Kirin and Deathcon, in an attempt to stop Deathcon, and the planet would be destroyed. To Deathcon, Kirin is like the sign that Deathcon is coming, and that they don't know it yet.

    Personality: He's evil and intelligent. I don't know much about major villians, but if Brainiac would be considered someone as big a threat to the universe as they say, then Deathcon is much alike.

    Appearance: He's a tall muscular man in grey armor. Completely in armor really, head to toe. His eyes are demon red. He also has metallic wings on his back. To him he is like the Angel of Death, and carries a Scythe as a weapon.

    Ideal Voice: Paul Dobson *voice of Naruku of Inuyasha*

    EDIT: I changed his abilities a bit to include his flying power. I removed the laser guns as I would rather save him having those until the final fight. So really, he doesn't have any. Plus I added the magic power thing for his weapon.

    Edited on 05/01/2006 4:46pm
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    Comickook

    [122]Apr 27, 2006
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    Hey there, Isaac. These both sound like pretty good villains.

    Bozz De Mauntague, indeed, DOES sounds like something out of "Top Cat" (assuming that series ever allowed super-villains on it) or "Secret Squirrel". And naturally, he would have an immense dislike for feline super-heroes (Streaky, Verdant Victory, Nike [the Wonder Woman-powered cat], the assorted members of the League of Super Cats [assuming he knew of their existence], etc.) since he would consider THEM "traitors to the cause".



    Deathcon ESPECIALLY sounds like he could be a very dangerous one though. All in all, QUITE well done.
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    3StarvingArtist

    [123]May 15, 2006
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    Hannibal, AKA Junkyard Dog

    Species: English mastiff.

    Abilities/Equipment: Incredible enhanced strength (is actually strong enough to engage one of the Superpets [Krypto, Streaky, and Superpup] or one of the Wonderpets [Wanda and Nike] in a fair fight without the armor and still manage a near-standstill), reflexes, and genius-level intelligence. His suit of doggie armor enhances his already formidable strength several times over, and with it, he can give the Pantheon of Familiars and the JLAnimals plenty of trouble. His armor is equipped with the following gadgets: a holograph projector in his chest plate, a set of thought-activated guns on his collar (one fires concentrated laser blasts, and the other can stimulate the effects of gravity [allowing him to either increase or decrease the force of gravity around objects]), and a high-powered jet pack that allows him to fly at speeds of 12,000 mph. Junkyard Dog also possesses magnetic manipulation abilities. He can mentally control the forces of magnetism, allowing him to lift objects that can be affected by magnetism weighing up to 900 lbs., levitate objects by creating powerful magnetic fields around them, sense metal anywhere within radius of twenty yards, and create powerful force fields. One of his favorite tricks is using nearby metals to augment his armor, increasing his strength and durability even more, and his super-intellect allows him to figure out how to make maximum usage of the metal he adds to his armor.

    Finally, he is a good planner, paw-to-paw combatant, and gadgeteer, building the arsenal of weaponry and gear he and Venus sometime employ their schemes. He employs brains AND brawn when fights, making him an extremely dangerous foe to face.

    Personality: Fearless and very ferocious in combat. Junkyard Dog is very smart and has the ego to match, enjoying showing off his intellect when he can. He’ll often trick people into passing him off as just another dim-witted brick. He tends to rate others in order of how useful they are to him, and enjoys kicking people while they’re down. He is bent on getting the best of the JLA and the PoF, but many hero animals are on his personal hit list. Enjoys a good challenge. He and Venus are close friends and confidants.

    Description: Silver-furred large male mastiff with a black mask of fur over his eyes. His armor nearly covers his entire body, save for his muzzle and tail, and is white with dark silver paneling.

    Voice: Tim Curry (Taurus Bulba's voice on "Darkwing Duck")

    * * * *

    Venus

    Species: Red fox.

    Abilities/Equipment: Venus can read the mind of anyone within six ft. of her person, as well as see the future for three minutes at a time every fifty minutes. She also has the power of limited range teleportation and the ability to emit several different kinds of energy orbs from her front paws. These energy orbs include, but aren't limited to, standard “fire orbs” (useful against almost any enemy, but especially effective against somebody who with primarily cold-based powers), “cold orbs” (again, useful against most types of opponents, but most effective against somebody with primarily heat-based powers), “electromagnetic orbs” (most effective in fighting opponents who use a lot of metal) and “red solar energy orbs” (primarily used for fighting Krypto, Streaky, or Superpup, obviously). She also has a considerable resistance to temperature extremes.

    On a side note, Venus has above-average agility (even for a fox) and is skilled in acrobatics, strategy, seduction, and non-powered combat.

    Personality: A definite femme fatale, Venus fits the “sly fox” stereotype to a tee. She is also quite charming and witty. While not a genius like her partner in crime Junkyard Dog, she is often subtle when it comes to planning her schemes, preferring guile and charisma to win over would-be enemies. However, she is great lover of nature, and does have feelings for Racer, whom she’s tried to convince to join the two villainous animal’s sides before. Venus is not as vicious as Junkyard Dog is and does not go out of her way to hurt innocents either, though she does not willingly suffer fools and those who double-cross her will feel her wrath.

    Description: Slinky and slender red fox vixen with a white tail-tip and a mostly ash-gray/black coat. Her limbs are all black, as are her paws and the backs of her ears, and she has a strawberry blonde head, with the fur on the nape of her neck being strawberry blonde as well. Green eyes.

    Voice: Venus Terzo.

    Backgrounds: Hannibal and Venus were two animals in the care of geneticist Candace Wilcox. She largely operated among the criminal underground, carrying out scientific work for various villains. Wilcox was experimenting on animals in order to figure out a way to endow humans with superpowers, and was responsible for giving Hannibal and Venus their powers (as well as Hannibal his suit of armor). Apparently, the two animals adopted Wilcox’s criminal mentality while in her care. They were very well-treated for being lab animals, and as such, when the Justice League had their mistress jailed and they eventually learned of this, both were very angry at the heroes – an animosity that extends to their pets. When the authorities came to the lab to confiscated Wilcox’s belongings, as well as her test subjects, they found themselves attacked by Hannibal and Venus, who used their powers to hold off the humans while escaping.

    Eventually, they encountered Teek’l, the familiar of Klarion the Witch Boy, who promised them vengeance on the pets of the superheroes responsible jailing their mistress if they aided her in plot to bring the heroic animals down. In the first confrontation between the villainous duo and the soon-to-be members of the Pantheon of Familiars, Wondercat was responsible for smart-aleckly giving Hannibal the nickname of Junkyard Dog – which wound up sticking. After their defeat at the combined hands of the JLAnimals and the PoF, Junkyard Dog and Venus retreated, but continue to plague the forces of good time and time again.

    Edited on 05/30/2006 1:08pm
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    Isaac6356

    [124]May 15, 2006
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    O.o. Scary. Put my boys up againest them any day, please! I would so want Hatchi and Kirin to face those two. If you want to. Those be cool guys you made. Good job.

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    3StarvingArtist

    [125]May 16, 2006
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    Isaac6356 wrote:

    O.o. Scary. Put my boys up againest them any day, please! I would so want Hatchi and Kirin to face those two. If you want to. Those be cool guys you made. Good job.

    Well, I do plan on writing some stories, and I think I can make that happen (I think Hatchi vs. Venus would be a pretty good fight particularly). And thanks (and again, ComicKook was a big help in coming up with these chars).

    Edited on 05/16/2006 10:44am
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    Comickook

    [126]May 17, 2006
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    3StarvingArtist wrote:
    Hannibal, AKA Junkyard Dog

    Species: English mastiff.

    Abilities/Equipment: Incredible enhanced strength (is actually strong enough to engage one of the Superpets [Krypto, Streaky, and Superpup] or one of the Wonderpets [Wanda and Nike] in a fair fight without the armor and still manage a near-standstill), reflexes, and genius-level intelligence. His suit of doggie armor enhances his already formidable strength several times over, and with it, he can give the Pantheon of Familiars and the JLAnimals plenty of trouble. His armor is equipped with the following gadgets: a holograph projector in his chest plate, a set of thought-activated guns on his collar (one fires concentrated laser blasts, and the other can stimulate the effects of gravity [allowing him to either increase or decrease the force of gravity around objects]), and a high-powered jet pack that allows him to fly at speeds of 12,000 mph. Junkyard Dog also possesses magnetic manipulation abilities. He can mentally control the forces of magnetism, allowing him to lift objects that can be affected by magnetism weighing up to 900 lbs., levitate objects by creating powerful magnetic fields around them, sense metal anywhere within radius of twenty yards, and create powerful force fields. One of his favorite tricks is using nearby metals to augment his armor, increasing his strength and durability even more, and his super-intellect allows him to figure out how to make maximum usage of the metal he adds to his armor.

    Finally, he is a good planner, paw-to-paw combatant, and gadgeteer, building the arsenal of weaponry and gear he and Venus sometime employ their schemes. He employs brains AND brawn when fights, making him an extremely dangerous foe to face.

    Personality: Fearless and very ferocious in combat. Junkyard Dog is very smart and has the ego to match, enjoying showing off his intellect when he can. He’ll often trick people into passing him off as just another dim-witted brick. He tends to rate others in order of how useful they are to him, and enjoys kicking people while they’re down. He is bent on getting the best of the JLA and the PoF, but many hero animals are on his personal hit list. Enjoys a good challenge. He and Venus are close friends and confidants.

    Description: Silver-furred large male mastiff with a black mask of fur over his eyes. His armor nearly covers his entire body, save for his muzzle and tail, and is white with dark silver paneling.

    Voice: Tim Curry (Taurus Bulba's voice on "Darkwing Duck")

    * * * *

    Venus

    Species: Red fox.

    Abilities/Equipment: Venus can read the mind of anyone within six ft. of her person, as well as see the future for three minutes at a time every fifty minutes. She also has the power of limited range teleportation and the ability to emit several different kinds of energy orbs from her front paws. These energy orbs include, but aren't limited to, standard “fire orbs” (useful against almost any enemy, but especially effective against somebody who with primarily cold-based powers), “cold orbs” (again, useful against most types of opponents, but most effective against somebody with primarily heat-based powers), “electromagnetic orbs” (most effective in fighting opponents who use a lot of metal) and “red solar energy orbs” (primarily used for fighting Krypto, Streaky, or Superpup, obviously). She also has a considerable resistance to temperature extremes.

    On a side note, Venus has above-average agility (even for a fox) and is skilled in acrobatics, strategy, seduction, and non-powered combat.

    Personality: A definite femme fatale, Venus fits the “sly fox” stereotype to a tee. She is also quite charming and witty. While not a genius like her partner in crime Junkyard Dog, she is often subtle when it comes to planning her schemes, preferring guile and charisma to win over would-be enemies. However, she is great lover of nature, and does have feelings for Racer, whom she’s tried to convince to join the two villainous animal’s sides before. Venus is not as vicious as Junkyard Dog is and does not go out of her way to hurt innocents either, though she does not willingly suffer fools and those who double-cross her will feel her wrath.

    Description: Slinky and slender red fox vixen with a white tail-tip and a mostly ash-gray/black coat. Her limbs are all black, as are her paws and the backs of her ears, and she has a strawberry blonde head, with the fur on the nape of her neck being strawberry blonde as well. Green eyes.

    Voice: Venus Terzo.

    Backgrounds: Hannibal and Venus were two animals in the care of geneticist Candace Wilcox. She largely operated among the criminal underground, carrying out scientific work for various villains. Wilcox was experimenting on animals in order to figure out a way to endow humans with superpowers, and was responsible for giving Hannibal and Venus their powers (as well as Hannibal his suit of armor). Apparently, the two animals adopted Wilcox’s criminal mentality while in her care. They were very well-treated for being lab animals, and as such, when the Justice League had their mistress jailed and they eventually learned of this, both were very angry at the heroes – an animosity that extends to their pets. When the authorities came to the lab to confiscated Wilcox’s belongings, as well as her test subjects, they found themselves attacked by Hannibal and Venus, who used their powers to hold off the humans while escaping.

    Eventually, they encountered Teek’l, the familiar of Klarion the Witch Boy, who promised them vengeance on the pets of the superheroes responsible jailing their mistress if they aided her in plot to bring the heroic animals down. In the first confrontation between the villainous duo and the soon-to-be members of the Pantheon of Familiars, Wondercat was responsible for smart-aleckly giving Hannibal the nickname of Junkyard Dog – which wound up sticking. After their defeat at the combined hands of the JLAnimals and the PoF, Junkyard Dog and Venus retreated, but continue to plague the forces of good time and time again.



    Hey. Great work on the profiles, 3Starving Artist. :-D I hope you don't mind me making a few minor corrections on these. And I also appreciate the credit. :-D
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    3StarvingArtist

    [127]May 18, 2006
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    NP. And I never thought about Tim Curry for JD, but I think he could work.
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    Ladsone

    [128]May 20, 2006
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    Hello everyone.  I decided to add one of the characters from "Don't Hold Your Breath" to this forum in case I decide to use her later.

    NAME:  Queen Alexia

    SPECIES:  Aquarian

    KINGDOM/PLANET:  Botanica/Murky

    SPECIAL ABILITIES:  Ability to breathe underwater, excellent military strategist and diplomatic tact

    PERSONALITY:  Firm and just ruler, but willing to help an ally at a moment's notice

    Queen Alexia is the ruler of the underwater city of Botanica on the planet Murky where her family has ruled for many, many years.  She recently had the pleasure of meeting Krypto and wanted to learn more about the Dog Star Patrol.  After Krypto returned to the Dog Stars ship after his underwater adventure, he and Brainy opened a line of communication with the Queen to establish an agreement for mining Barkillium crystals in her kingdom.  After the agreement was signed, the Queen invited the Dog Stars to her kingdom.  Brainy says that she will develop some underwater gear for the dog stars before they can visit, but will start to test some prototypes soon.

    DESCRIPTION:  Humanoid form, bluish/green skin tint and red hair.  Approximately 5 ft. tall, weight around 100 lbs.

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    3StarvingArtist

    [129]May 22, 2006
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    A pretty well-put togther character, Ladsone.
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    Isaac6356

    [130]Jun 8, 2006
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    I'm bored. Tomorrow I finish the next episode of my story arc, hopefully. Meanwhile, here are character bios of Deathcon's three generals. Behold!

    Moonspike

    Species: Unknown *all of them are unknown. What can I really say about them?*

    Powers: Has the ability to form needles on her arms and legs, and can even shoot needles from her hair. She can extend her arms and legs for further damage. She also has more abilities yet to be revealed.

    Bio: Moonspike is one of the three generals who work for Deathcon. She is in charge of commanding the army of metallic soldiers on any mission they are given. She is also very dangerous and nasty. Moonspike will do anything to kill any opposition. She is cruel and will also use her own men as shields if she can. Kirin has had trouble with her in past encounters, and barely makes it out alive. Last time, he was able to defeat her and cripple her badly. But this time, she has plans to take him down this time. On a side note, she has a little pet. An otter alien named Rin *more later*.

    Appearance: She is like Deathcon. She has a female metallic body, with long metallic hair that feels like real hair. Just because I stink at descriptions, she is basically the metallic version of Etoile Cyber from Yu Gi Oh! GX, without the skates.

    Personality: Evil, cruel, nasty, and a will to kill anyone at any cost.

    Ideal Voice: ...

    Dr. Metallo

    Species: Unknown

    Powers: High intelligence, and can manipulate any kind of weapon he holds. His favorite is his own staff.

    Bio: One of Deathcon's three generals. He is the Weapon Specialist who makes the best tech for the soldiers and supervises weapon warfare. Although not as blood thirsty as Moonspike, he can be quite cruel in his method of fighting. He prefers to bring in key opponent's into a position where they are cornered, and have a disadvantage. He likes to toy with his prey and then finish them off with his staff, which he can manipulate into certain weapons. He only lost once in his life, and that was to Kirin.

    Appearance: Again, since I'm horrible at appearances, think that one guy from JLU *the man who can manipulate darkness with his staff, wears a black suit, black hat, and black glasses*, only metallic, has clear glasses, and black piercing eyes.

    Personality: Evil. Sounds smart, thinks logically.
    Ideal Voice: Chuck Huber

    Cerebrus

    Species: Unknown

    Powers: When hit by an opponent, he can manipulate a part of his body to form part of whoever hit him, and uses that part, along with any kind of power it may have, and combines it with other body parts he collects. In other words, he is a collector of powers, and just gets uglier that way. Copying lasts only about five minutes for each part taken. He can only take up to five powers at a time.

    Bio: One of Deathcon's three generals. He has the same role as Moonspike. Cerebrus is somewhat the more dangerous of the three, but not as strong. He relies on other people's powers to win fights, as he can only copy what he is hit by. Somewhat a disadvantage to his style. But he's still a force to be recogned with. So far, he has fought Kirin only once, and lost. At that time, Cerebrus was a new general at the time, so his powers weren't so great then. He only could copy 3 powers and for three minutes.

    Appearance: Anyone watch Bobobo? He looks like Infinite Shoot, but metallic.

    Personality: Evil, and he's somewhat lazy. He would rather let the others do the work for him, but even then, he will be forced to go into action.

    Edited on 11/11/2006 8:40pm
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    catfan1

    [131]Jun 18, 2006
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    I've been working on some characters and ideas for a possible future storyline. Here's the first. As with all of these, I thank Comickook for contributing his usual highly imaginative ideas.

    The League of the Paw

    A super-secret organization of canine criminals (loosely affailiated with the League of Shadows) that is so secretive that Krypto and even Ace were, until recently, completely unaware of its existence (though the heroic canines HAVE had previous run ins with some of the more dangerous members of the LotP individually, those LotP members were also careful not to let any evidence of the organization's existence slip out). The League plans and coordinates a vast conspiracy of crimes worldwide, mainly the theft of valuables (especially those with mystical properties), all involving criminal dogs. The group, and its main leader, a hyper-intelligent French bulldog named Augustin (who is also an uneasy ally of and something of a rival to Ra's al Ghul's pet wolfhound Moses [see below]), until relatively recently, competed with the world's cat criminals, but, alarmed by the rise of super-powered animal heroes, recently entered into an alliance with several villainous felines, including Isis and even Mechanikat (the latter providing a fair amount of extra-terrestrial technology with which to make the playing field against the super-powered animal heroes a bit more even).

    The organization's influence is vast. In fact, there are dog members of the group in cities, on the streets and occasionally even living in good homes, all over the world. While their access to extra-terrestrial technology is certainly useful and a very select few of the LotP members DO even have super-powers of their own (including Augustin himself [who, in addition to his hyper-intelligence, is also capable of reading minds {no more than four at a time and no further away than 80 feet} and seeing the future to a limited degree {no more than two minutes at a time once an hour} and possesses medium-level telekinetic, pyrokinetic and cryokinetic abilities as well as considerable illusion-casting powers] and the super-strong, super-intelligent, super-quick and VERY quick-healing Moses, the latter of whom leads the Arabic branch of the LotP), their MAIN defense is their secretive nature. But, as more and more criminals joined the conspiracy; including Mechanikat; it became more difficult to keep its existence a secret. Once the world's animal heroes found out, the group's leaders were driven underground and have become even more careful and strategic in their planning, being forced to cut back on their activities. Still, the group remains a danger and the combination of alien technology, super-powered villains and large number of followers definitely makes the LotP a threat, even to Superdog and his best allies.

    But before the group's secrecy unraveled, its main opponents were reformed former members who formed their own small network of spies and warriors, the Knights of Komondor, who worked to spoil its plans (and the Knights were the ones who ultimately [but discreetly] tipped off the Earth's super-hero animal community about the existence of the LotP when the League's newfound access to extra-terrestrial technology started making them too much for the Knights to handle alone).

    Like the League, the Knights have agents all over the world, some of them the pets of world leaders, but members also include street dogs as well as fancy showdogs.

    The Knights' exact membership, for obvious reasons, is largely unknown, but the group might possibly include a former acquaintance of Krypto's neighbor, Rosie: an offbeat, hyperactive border collie named Scout, who later met Krypto during the case where Superdog first learned of the LotP's existence. Rosie herself is believed to have a past connection to the LotP, ending up on the streets of Metropolis after going into hiding from her former bosses, wishing to completely leave her past behind.

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    catfan1

    [132]Jun 18, 2006
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    Here's another character I thought up for a possible future storyline. Thanks as always to Comickook for contributing to this and improving it greatly.

    Mackinley

    Species: Malamute dog

    Home universe: regular Krypto-verse

    Appearance: Intimidatingly huge, black and white dog, often wearing expensive dark blue sweater or ice-blue, heat-resistant armor (usually the latter in combat), well-groomed and extremely composed and confident in deameanor

    Abilities/Equipment: In addition to being a champion athlete, a master of paw to paw combat, a brilliant strategist (even before being powered up, he's proven quite capable; both physically and mentally; of more than holding his own against Bat Hound in a fair fight) and an accomplished ladies' dog, Mackinley also possesses significantly enhanced strength and speed. While he's not as powerful as Superdog (his strength IS, however, twice that of [Viola Belle's canine cohort] Horatio when the latter is powered-up), he IS tricky enough and just strong enough to give an unprepared (and maybe even a somewhat prepared) Krypto a lot of trouble and he has come dangerously close to beating the heroic super-dog on at least a couple of occasions (once, in one particular adventure, it even took the best combined efforts of Krypto, Streaky, Ace and Stretch-O-Mutt all ganging up on Mackinley to finally defeat him). He prides himself on never resorting to Kryptonite or weapons using red sun radiation, but has no problem using an array of weapons, such as power disrupters, freeze rays (which he seems to ESPECIALLY have an aptitude with and affinity toward) and sonic blasters to level the playing field against Superdog and his allies (those he feels he NEEDS weapons to deal with at any rate). He is, of course, well-suited for winter weather and cold temperatures and now has a super-resistance to the cold. However, he is easily bothered by warm weather and hates summer (his extra vulnerability to heat is precisely the reason he wears the heat-resistant armor in combat when he knows he'll be up against an opponent using heat-based powers [though Streaky was once able to use a super-speed sneak attack to disable the armor while Krypto kept Mackinley distracted, so that Krypto could defeat the LotP officer with a light {but not TOO light} blast of heat vision]).

    Personality: Mackinley is a very cold and manipulative canine, who is also very confident, smart and very upper class in his upbringing and demeanor (he very rarely does his own dirty work except when he KNOWS his minions are going to be pulling a caper that is sure to attract Superdog's attention [assuming Superdog isn't unavoidably occupied on another mission]) and he would not miss a chance to take on Superdog (or, for that matter, Supercat, Bat Hound and/or Stretch-O-Mutt as Mackinley knows all three are, at least, among Krypto's closest friends). Aggressive but very charming and witty conversationalist when he isn't being condescending to those he considers his inferiors (almost everyone; though he DOES, at least, half-grudgingly concede that his underlings are generally quite capable of handling relatively simple capers on their own with extremely little effort). He is rarely known to raise his voice, but instead, prefers being quietly ruthless.

    Usually very careful in his planning, his biggest weakness (apart from extreme heat at any rate) may be the overconfidence that compels him to take on the challenge of defeating Superdog (his tendency to be easily, but only [VERY] briefly, distracted by attractive female dogs on occasion can also be perceived as a SLIGHT weakness [one Brainy Barker herself was once able to take brief advantage of in an extremely rare turn as a femme fatale when she tried to go undercover to investigate the LotP's connections to Mechanikat], but Mackinley has a lot more control over that one). Still, outwitting Mackinley isn't easy and, at times, his overconfidence almost appears justified. He is a true believer in the League of the Paw and has no problem dealing roughly with the non-believers. He also sees himself as natural successor to the group's current leaders and wouldn't be above turning on them if he were in a position to make sure the coupe` was successful (a true egotist, he believes it would be for the good of the organization). However (despite his not being above turning against the group's current leaders if he had a real chance of succeeding in the overthrow), Mackinley is still, in his own way, a strangely honorable dog who never directly lies and always keeps his word when he makes a promise [though he IS most definitely clever enough to find ways to double-cross somebody WITHOUT actually lying to them or breaking any promises if he were to ever become inclined to do so]). Although he has no hesitation about attacking other animals, the League trained him to be non-aggressive with humans. He is extremely reluctant to do anything that would result in a person being injured, to the point of once halting a battle with Krypto to help rescue Kevin and Andrea (not suspecting at the time that the two youths; after making sure they had a few members of the JLAnimals lying in careful wait acting as a living "safety net" of sorts; deliberately put themselves in seeming danger as a diversionary tactic).

    Background: A top lieutenant in the League of the Paw, Mackinley has risen to become leader of the group's Metropolis operations. Bred by League of Shadows scientists stationed in Alaska and groomed from birth to be a leader in the league, he gained a measure of super powers after raiding the Metropolis Museum and stealing a long-forgotten diamond that had once absorbed a portion of mystic energy from one of the legendary Sorcerer's gems of Kitaya. The gem's power increased his already formidable natural attributes of strength, speed and intelligence. Afterward, his rise in the organization was rapid and he is now unchallenged in Metropolis. He is known to have his eyes on the Gotham City organization as well (Ace himself has fought Mackinley a couple of times before the latter got super-powers and the Bat Hound barely escaped with his life both times).

    He first met Krypto when his gang abducted Krypto's friend, Rosie. It was then that the Superdog discovered the shadowy organization and, after much struggle and an exhausting battle that, at first, looked hopeless for the heroic super-dog, dealt Mackinley a hard-fought defeat, his first loss ever in one-on-one combat. (Although Krypto was still unable to bring him to justice). Infuriated at the loss (which dealt his ambitions at higher leadership a serious setback: Augustin and Moses began watching him more closely and, seeing him as a potential rival, working to keep his ambitions in check) he is now determined to prove himself once and for all by defeating Superdog, who he sees as his clear inferior. He is however, very patient, and is currently content to wait in the shadows, confident his time for revenge will come.

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    catfan1

    [133]Jun 18, 2006
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    One more character for now. Again a great deal of thanks is due Comickook who came up with some great ideas, including the use of the name "Pinkerton."

    Name: Scout (too many aliases to list, but his original name was "Pinkerton" and one known alias has been a Chocolate Labrador named "Jackson")

    Universe: Standard Krypto-verse

    Species: Border collie

    Appearance: Your typical black and white border collie, but he often wears a black cloak in an attempt to be less conspicuous as well as a black collar with a built-in communiator to keep in contact with his superiors in the Knights of the Komondor

    Abilities: Scout has the power to teleport himself AND up to two other animals of equal or lesser size short distances (up to about a half-mile) and shape shift to look like other dogs of similiar size (no more and no less that three inches taller or shorter and no more and no less than ten pounds heavier or lighter), making him a very effective spy, especially when he has a pre-planned escape route and his enemies aren't able to trap him. Unfortunately, the powers don't always work exactly as expected (e.g. if he's not careful he might teleport in the wrong direction or he might make himself into an unusually colored dog) and the powers can be disrupted by clever opponents. He has adequate, but not outstanding, skills at paw-to-paw combat (for example, he could probably take any one of the Downtown Dogs on his own in a more-or-less fair fight [and all three at once if he fought dirty], but he's definitely not going to be any real competition to Ace in that department any time soon). Although he tends to be somewhat scatter-brained, he is capable of pretty good strategic planning, as long as he is able to stay focused.

    Personality: Quirky with an odd sense of humor (even Streaky's usually SLIGHTLY more serious than him) and not always the most articulate guy, but also pretty friendly. Full of energy bordering on hyperactive, he can also think quickly when he has to but is often scatter-brained and not terribly focused (except when a good friend is in terrible trouble), qualities that often get him into trouble.

    Background: Before he became known as Scout, his name was Pinkerton, but that doesn't change the fact that he was one of a small number of mutant dogs bred by scientists allied with the League of Shadows, eventually ending up as a spy for mysterious organization of dogs known as the League of the Paw in Gotham City. But the League learned that one of their street informants was a double agent for the League's rival group, the Knights of Komondor. Pinkerton (or so he told Krypto) was assigned to eliminate the traitor (obviously BEFORE said traitor left enough clues to alert Ace about the LotP's existence) and learned that the double agent was a street dog named Carmen (but who would later change her name to Rosie), who had developed a conscience about the innocent animals being hurt by the League's activities. Pinkerton found himself falling in love with Carmen (and agreeing with her that the League leaders were evil) and couldn't bring himself to reveal her to his superiors.

    So Pinkerton and Carmen (again, according to Scout) staged a phony accident to make it appear that they had both perished and together, they escaped to Metropolis, where Pinkerton disappeared and, unknown to Rosie (formerly Carmen, but she changed her name because she wanted to leave her past behind), had changed his name to "Scout" and was now using his spying abilities for the Knights of the Komondor.

    They eventually met up again when Krypto and friends learned of the existence of the shadowy groups and Scout tried to re-establish his relationship with Rosie. An attack by vengeful League of the Paw agents under the command of League Lieutenant Mackinley (see separate file), in which he narrowly escaped death, left Scout without his powers for some time, causing Krypto and Streaky to doubt his story (his quirky manner didn't help either [Streaky even made a crack about Scout's story being even more far-fetched than SOME of the tall yarns he's spun to his fan club]), even after Rosie mysteriously disappeared. In the events that followed, Krypto, Streaky and Ace also learned about the canine criminal conspiracy and became honorary Knights of Komondor (Streaky being the first cat to ever be awarded so).

     

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    Ladsone

    [134]Jun 18, 2006
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    Well done you two.  Catfan1, you've pegged the personality of a Malamute almost to a "T".  Comickook, this profile for Scout seems rather intriguing.  I don't know if you've checked, but there is a breed of dog called the Komondor (I like to refer to it as a walking dust mop).  These two will make excellent additions to our rogue's gallery.

    LADSONE

    P.S.  Just thought you'd like to know, Casey has his physical scheduled for Tuesday so he can be cleared for his diving lessons and then its off to get his passport (I wasn't aware that kids under 12 had to have a passport).  Will let you know how everything goes.  L/ONE

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    catfan1

    [135]Jun 18, 2006
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    Ladsone wrote:

    Well done you two.  Catfan1, you've pegged the personality of a Malamute almost to a "T".  Comickook, this profile for Scout seems rather intriguing.  I don't know if you've checked, but there is a breed of dog called the Komondor (I like to refer to it as a walking dust mop). 

    Thanks for those comments, Ladsone. I did some research on Malamutes before finishing the profile  As for 'Komondor," I was looking for interesting names related to dog breeds and thought 'Komondor' had the right sound to it.

    P.S.  Just thought you'd like to know, Casey has his physical scheduled for Tuesday so he can be cleared for his diving lessons and then its off to get his passport (I wasn't aware that kids under 12 had to have a passport).  Will let you know how everything goes.  L/ONE

    Look forward to hearing about it.

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    3StarvingArtist

    [136]Jun 19, 2006
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    Heh, didn't realize malamutes could be such attitudinal dogs (tho I can believe it), Ladsone. And komondors are neat.

    It's good to see more rogues who can be a real challenge for Krypto and co. I like Scout a lot too. Also, great job on how you guys are building up Rosie's past, and I'm looking forward to the stories featuring the LOtP. Now you and CK have me interested in this League Of Shadows.
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    Mammal_Mage

    [137]Jun 19, 2006
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    Here's something I came up with while reading an old comic.

    Name:  Buzz the Bathound

    Species:  Alien greatdane

    Abilities/Equipment:  All the same as Ace, but has higher level of gadgets.

    Background:  He's the bathound of planet X.  He one time transported Ace to his planet, where Ace found out that the planet's atmasphere gives earthlings superpowers.

    Personality:  Same as Ace.

    General Physical Description:  Looks like Ace, but wears purple instead of black.

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    Ladsone

    [138]Jun 19, 2006
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    3StarvingArtist wrote:
    Heh, didn't realize malamutes could be such attitudinal dogs (tho I can believe it), Ladsone. And komondors are neat. It's good to see more rogues who can be a real challenge for Krypto and co. I like Scout a lot too. Also, great job on how you guys are building up Rosie's past, and I'm looking forward to the stories featuring the LOtP. Now you and CK have me interested in this League Of Shadows.

    Believe me, Malamutes and Huskies can be the "do it my way - or else!" or they can show you how to do something for them even better.  Otherwise, they are two wonderful breeds (believe me, I know)

    LADSONE

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    3StarvingArtist

    [139]Jun 19, 2006
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    Ladsone wrote:

    3StarvingArtist wrote:
    Heh, didn't realize malamutes could be such attitudinal dogs (tho I can believe it), Ladsone. And komondors are neat. It's good to see more rogues who can be a real challenge for Krypto and co. I like Scout a lot too. Also, great job on how you guys are building up Rosie's past, and I'm looking forward to the stories featuring the LOtP. Now you and CK have me interested in this League Of Shadows.


    Believe me, Malamutes and Huskies can be the "do it my way - or else!" or they can show you how to do something for them even better.  Otherwise, they are two wonderful breeds (believe me, I know)

    LADSONE



    *L* I've heard that spitz breeds can be handfuls if you're not up to the challenge of showing them who's 'top dog' as it were.
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    Isaac6356

    [140]Jun 28, 2006
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    And now a little taste of what to expect in the future. Here's a character who comes through a little fusion of Krypto and Kirin. It's...

    Kryptin

    Abilities: Basically has every power the two of them had. Has enhanced strength and speed.

    Bio: A being created from the fusion of Krypto and Kirin. In order for this to happen, both Krypto and Kirin had to swallow a special pill that would allow them to fuse with anyone on contact who has also swallowed the pill. These pills were created by Kirin, who took into researching them, based off the information he was given from the previous planet he was last on, before it got destroyed of course. The pills were never tested upon creation, so it was possible it could backfire. On the other hand, the fusion would completely enhance the abilities and strengths the two had as one. Although weaknesses would still follow, it is a minor thing to worry when fused. It only lasts for five minutes. Then the effects wear off and they return to normal.

    Kryptin also shares the personalities of the two fusers. Both minds become one and operate this being. Also, when fused his appearance changes to suit the qualities of both people. Along with enchanced abilities, this fused form seems capable of defeating those that the two couldn't handle alone. He can truely be a challenge to face. However, this form retains for five minutes so he has to act fast.

    Personality: Has both Krypto and Kirin's personalities.

    Appearance: He has Kirin's body. Except he has white spikey hair, which covers where his ears would be. Instead, he has Krypto's ears in the place where you would find most Furrie people's ears. His eyes are black and has a dog nose. His fingernails are sharp like claws. For clothing, he wears white shirt and pants. His cape is red, with the S mark on it. Finally, he has Krypto's collar around his neck. *try and draw that, he'd be a real bishoenen*

    Ideal Voice: Hmm...I really don't know about this one.

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