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F) Gd10
A) Gd10
S) Ty6
E) In40
R) Gd10
I) Ex20
P) Ex20

Health: 62 Karma: 50
Resources: N/A Pop: 0

Known Powers:
Shape-Changing: Un, Morph can assume any shape he wants and gains the outside abilities of the thing/person he changed into. He can increase his physical stats up to Mn
Plasticity: Mn, should any of Morph's body parts are separated, he is able to reconnect them back to his body.
Body Armor: Rm protection vs. all Physical attacks, Gd protection vs. Energy, -5cs damage from blunt attacks
Morph has no scent and cannot be tracked that way.


Talents: Computers, Acrobatics, Tumbling, Martial Arts C

Contacts: Exiles


As a child, the jovial Morph was always able to hide his shape-shifting abilities, thus allowing him to live a very well adjusted life free of scorn . However, after his mother passed away from lung cancer when he was thirteen, his father insisted that his son take a more serious approach to life. The effect this had on the youth was the exact opposite of what his father intended. The more stoic his father got, the more ridiculous Morph got building him into the uncontrollable bag of childish reflexes we know today. When he was discovered by Charles Xavier and brought to his School for Gifted Youngsters, Morph took to training his abilities with an enthusiasm and humor that both ingratiated and annoyed. He began as a New Mutant, then an X-Man, and moved on to be one of Earth's Mightiest Heroes as an Avenger. However, he would eventually come home to rejoining the team that is also his family, the X-Men.

During a battle with a druid villain named Stonehenge, Morph found himself transported to the middle of a barren desert alongside five other X-Men from five different realities. They were greeted by the Timebroker, a construct of their collective consciousness, who explained to them that they had all become unhinged from time as a chain of events had caused their realities as they knew it to change. New events in Morph's past caused Morph to become injured battling the Morlocks while still with the New Mutants. Ever since, his physical composition was disrupted and Morph remains comatose in liquid form resting within a beaker in the lab of Hank McCoy, the X-Man called Beast. In order to return to their correct timelines, they would have to repair other realities that caused the ripple effect that disrupted their reality or they would return to their alternate existences.

When Sunfire joined the team after the Exiles lost a member for the first time, Morph aided Mariko in adjusting chaotic lifestyle by helping her see the lighter side of every situation. The two formed a close relationship and Morph began to develop stronger feelings for Sunfire outside of friendship. In time, Mariko would reveal to Morph that she was a lesbian and had hesitated to tell him of her sexual orientation because she had a hunch about how he felt for her and didn't want to hurt his feelings. Morph took the news amazingly well, reacting in a sensible manner and they would continue the best platonic relationship within the team.

After an adventure that pit the team against a mystical, spell-wielding sorceress Callisto, the Exiles were plucked from their reality-hopping affairs by Mojo, the evil dictator of the unique Mojoverse where television ratings determine who rules the planet. Mojo had brought the Exiles to Mojoverse to steal Morph away from their ranks and have the metamorph star in his own television show. When Mojo took Morph hostage, Nocturne was inadvertantly captured alongside the shape-shifter and was also brought back to Mojo's base of operations. Although Morph initially refused to jump through hoops for Mojo, his decision was eventually won over when Mojo revealed that they had been brutally torturing Nocturne. T.J. was kept locked inside of an isolated cell while the Morph Show became the #1 sensation in all of the Mojoverse, recieving the highest ratings in over a hundred years.

Morph would try to escape numerous times daily, but would always ultimately be incarcerated once more as the Mojo star was under heavy watch. Luckily, Nocturne would free herself from imprisonment by tricking a guard into unlocking her inhibitor collar. Taking possession of the guard's body, T.J. would find Morph inside the Morph Show's green room and, once united, the two made a run for it, only to be stopped dead in their tracks by Mojo. During this confrontation, the normally merry Morph exploded with rage. Driven by the disgust and fury at the millions of innocents that Mojo had maimed, twisted, tortured, raped, and killed, Morph was set to kill the ruler of Mojoverse when the Timebroker stepped in and brought things to a halt. By bringing the Exiles to the Mojoverse, Mojo has tampered with time. Morph killing Mojo would just complicate things further. A morose Morph apologizes to Nocturne for causing her suffering, but Talia assured him that none of it was his fault. Either way, Morph is discouraged and wants to go home.

Despite what one might gather from his juvenile mannerism and antics, Morph is far from foolish. He graduated from a university with a master's degree in computer engineering and his intellectual abilities have come in handy to get the Exiles out of a bind on numerous occasions. When the team faced the Galactus, Morph was the only capapble of operating a Skrull Laser Satellite and his familiarity with alien technology was what allowed Earth's heroes to devise a plan to stop the World Devourer.

Morph would flex his brain power again on a planet overrun by an evolved version of the Legacy Virus. When the Avengers were left only to explore apocalyptic resolution to their plight, Morph had an idea to have Rachel Summers contact the Asgardians. Using the healing properties of their blood, Hank Pym was able to devise a vaccine.