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Marvel Super Heroes

Heroicus Personae

The Thinker
Fighting:Poor (4)
The Thinker
Agility:Typical (6)
Strength:Typical (6)
Endurance:Good (10)
Reason:Incredible (40)
Intuition:Incredible (40)
Psyche:Incredible (40)
Resources:Good (10)
Physical Description:
Height: 6' 1" Hair: White
Weight: 173 lbs. Eyes: Brown
All of the Thinker's special powers are the result of a hi-tech helmet, which has been the central part of his arsenal for many years. This custom-made headpiece increases the wearer's psionic abilities to an astounding degree. Among the many effects possible are:

The Thinker can move objects with his mind, with a Remarkable ability. This means he can lift up to one ton (2000 lbs.), at a range of Remarkable (8 areas).

The Thinking Cap allows the Thinker to temporarily override the mind of another, by means of possession (which means the target loses both consciousness and control of body actions). The Thinker has this ability at an Excellent level.

The Thinker can project realistic illusions directly into the mind of sentient targets, with Good ability. This gives him a range of 4 areas, on a line-of-sight basis. The hallucination will do no physical damage, but may cause psychosomatic shock for 1-10 turns.

The Thinking Cap allows the Thinker to move instantaneously from place-to-place with Poor ability, which gives him a 2-mile radius. He must successfully make a green endurance FEAT roll upon arrival, or be disoriented for 1 round. He can carry up to 200 pounds of non-living material with him.

The Thinker can create a desired object from virtually nothing, with Remarkable ability; this means that he can create up to two pounds of material per turn. The object can be of virtually any material. Larger objects can be created by making them one piece at a time. All created objects will dissipate to nothingness after two hours.

Law Practice * Criminal Planning
The Injustice Society of the World
In 1933, Keystone City's brilliant district attorney Clifford Devoe prosecuted bootlegger Hunk Norvock, but was unable to obtain a conviction. Embittered by his failure, Devoe decided that crime did pay, and went to Norvock and made a strange deal: Norvock would provide Devoe with the necessities of life and in exchange for this, when some seemingly impossible task arose that Norvock needed accomplished, Devoe would use his great intellect to perform it.

Ten years passed, during which Devoe devised numerous schemes for committing seemingly perfect robberies and murders. Finally, in 1943, the original Flash captured two of Norvock's underlings, who signed a confession that would be used as evidence to send Norvock to prison for life. On Norvock's request, Devoe killed the two underlings and destroyed the confession. Fearing Devoe would try to take over his rackets, Norvock tried to kill him, but -- as the cunning Devoe had arranged -- Norvock fired his gun at a reflection in a steel mirror. The bullet ricocheted and killed Norvock, whose gang made Devoe their new leader.

Devoe led his new gang in committing crimes in order to match his wits against the Flash. The Flash defeated and captured Devoe, now known as the Thinker, on this and later occasions. The Thinker also met defeat as a member of the Injustice Society of the World.

Years later, the original Flash came out of retirement to battle the alliance of the Thinker, the Fiddler, and the Shade. By this time the Thinker had either obtained or recreated the "thinking cap" originally invented by Professor Hartwell Jackson which had been stolen from Jackson years before by gangster Tricky O'Rickey, but was returned to its inventor by the original Flash. The Thinker has made improvements upon the cap's original design which enables its wearer to project psionic energy, and has used it in all of his criminal activities in recent years.

The Thinker later modified his helmet and added a battle costume. He then took to more spectacular crimes only to suffer defeat at the hands of the original Atom. He also met defeat after tangling with the Atom and his modern-day counterpart. The Thinker is currently in prison.

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