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You are the Super Villan known as the Beyonder!



History: Originally, the entity known as the
Beyonder comprised all of the otherdimensional
universe, called the "Beyond-Realm,"
in which he existed. The entity was entirely
unaware of the existence of other beings until,
several years ago, the atomic accident that
transformed laboratory worker Owen Reece into
the superhuman Molecule Man opened an
interdimensional "pinhole" between
the Beyond-Realm and the multiverse in which
Earth exists. Through this gap the Beyonder
observed the Earth for a number of years. The
Beyonder was fascinated, since he himself was
his entire reality, but each denizen of Earth
was but a single entity that was part of the
greater whole that was the multiverse. Hence,
each sentient being on Earth, in the Beyonder's
point of view was "incomplete," and
strove to remedy its incompleteness. Hence, the
Beyonder believed, the driving force of the
minds of all sentient beings was desire; in
other words, wanting to have or become
something one is not. Indeed, now that the
Beyonder realized that he himself was not all
that existed, he saw himself as incomplete and
felt desire.



To investigate the nature of desire, the Beyonder
undertook an experiment. Various adventurers
based on Earth, most of them possessing
superhuman powers, including the Hulk, Spider-
Man, and members of the Avengers, Fantastic
Four, and X-Men, went to New York City's
Central Park to investigate an enormous
circular construct which had materialized in
the park's Sheep Meadow. Entering the
construct, the adventurers and the construct
were teleported to an area of outer space near
a galaxy far from Earth's. Similarly, a large
number of costumed criminals, including the
Absorbing Man, Doctor Doom, Doctor Octopus, the
Enchantress, Kang, the Lizard, the Molecule
Man, Ultron, the Wrecker and the Wrecking Crew,
as well as the planet-devourer Galactus, found
themselves in another construct in the same
area of space. Aboard the constructs the
passengers watched in awe as the galaxy nearest
to them was annihilated by an unseen force,
except for a single star. Then, before their
eyes, a planet, which became known as
Battleworld, was created to orbit that star.
Finally, a rift opened in space, from which a
blinding light poured, and the passengers on
the constructs heard a voice that told them,
"I am from beyond! Stay your enemies and
all you desire shall be yours! Nothing you
dream of is impossible for me to
accomplish!" The passengers on the
constructs were then sent down to Battleworld.
There, over the next several days, they engaged
in a "secret war" among themselves;
most of the criminals sought to destroy the
heroic adventurers in order to gain the prize
that the Beyonder had promised.



In the course of the "secret war," Doctor
Doom used technological means to steal the
Beyonder's apparently unlimited power and
absorb it into himself. Too weakened to strike
back against Doom, the Beyonder secretly took
possession of the body of Klaw, who had been
resurrected on Battleworld after his seeming
destruction by the Dazzler. The Beyonder took
control of Klaw's subconscious mind and thus
motivated him to encourage Doom's fears of his
superhuman opponents in the "secret
war" and Doom's doubts over his own
ability to control his newly gained power. The
Beyonder also had Klaw persuade Doom to grant
him some of his new power. Then, when Doom was
struggling to control his power while in battle
with Captain America, the Beyonder left Klaw's
body and reclaimed his full power. The Beyonder
then vanished, and the participants in the
"secret war" returned to the places
from which they had come.



Months later, the Beyonder arrived on Earth to
continue his study of humanity and of desire.
He had never possessed a true form of his own
before, but now he created for himself a
physical form that resembled a composite of the
bodies of various participants in the
"secret war," in order that he could
walk among humanity and fulfill his desire for
experience in this world. Next he gave himself
a body identical to that of the Molecule Man.
To study the effects of enabling someone to
fulfill his fantasies, the Beyonder transformed
television writer Stewart Cadwall into the
armored Thundersword. Cadwall ran amok in his
new identity, and was opposed and defeated by
various costumed adventurers.



Subsequently, the Beyonder gave himself a body
identical to that of Captain America. The
Beyonder encountered a number of costumed
adventurers, but found it difficult to
understand the counsel about the nature of life
that he received from some of them and other
human beings. The Beyonder then met an
underworld figure named Vinnie, who, seeking to
make use of the Beyonder's superhuman powers,
became his guide to the world. Under Vinnie's
influence the Beyonder sought wealth, pleasure,
and power over others. The Beyonder further
altered his physical appearance, giving himself
black, curly hair; he maintained the form he
now had for most of the rest of his existence
on Earth.



The Beyonder finally parted company with Vinnie,
and used his powers to take complete control of
every mind, and, in fact, every atom of matter
on Earth. But the Beyonder found himself
dissatisfied: he took no pleasure in having
everyone serve him if they were compelled to do
so as if they were automatons. Hence, the
Beyonder released everyone and everything on
Earth from his control, and also wiped out
everyone's memories of his conquest of Earth,
although he allowed some people to retain a
vague reminiscence of it.



The Beyonder continued to experiment with
experiencing love affairs with human beings. On
a journey to the Andromeda Galaxy to locate the
Avengers, he was responsible for the escape of
their foe Nebula. To study the effects of the
desire for revenge, the Beyonder transtormed
Thor's enemy, the Dark Elf Algrim, into the
powerful menace Kurse. The Beyonder also saved
Kathryn Twoyoungmen, then known as Talisman,
from entrapment in an otherdimensional world.
The Beyonder sought to make Alison Blaire, the
Dazzler, his lover, and even went so far as to
bestow half of his power upon her so that they
would be equals. However, she was not in love
with him, and the disappointed Beyonder, once
mom in possession of his full power, parted
from her.



Now the Beyonder's mood began too change. He found
desire a nuisance, and wondered whether he
should continue to study it or just return to
the Beyond-Realm, where he would feel complete
unto himself. He briefly had the young
superhuman mutant called Boom-Boom as a
companion, and terrified her when he threatened
to destroy the entire universe on a whim. She
alerted the Avengers to his threat, and they in
turn informed other superhuman champions.




Deciding he could not simply return to the Beyond-
Realm and forget he had ever experienced
desire, the Beyonder remained on Earth, but
fell into despair. The sorcerer Doctor Strange
advised him to find a purpose in life, and so
the Beyonder decided to become a champion of
life like Strange himself. He acted as a
"super hero" both on Earth and on
other planets, but still seemed uncertain of
his role in the universe, especially after
Captain America and Mister Fantastic advised
him of their fears that humanity would become
overly dependent on the Beyonder to solve their
problems for them. Encouraged by his aide, a
journalist named Dave, the Beyonder overcame
his own doubts. The Beyonder then obliterated
Death itself from the universe, thus earning
the wrath of Mephisto, the satanic ruler of an
otherdimensional realm of the dead. The
Molecule Man, however, convinced the Beyonder
that existence was meaningless without death,
and so the Beyonder brought Death back into
existence by using his power to kill the
reporter Dave, who willingly sacrificed his
life.



The Beyonder went to a South Seas island to
contemplate. There an army of superhuman
criminals assembled by Mephisto attacked him,
but he was saved by the. Inspired by the
Thing's heroism, the Beyonder decided to
inspire others in turn to find their true role
in life. But, again, the Beyonder used his
powers to control the minds of others to do so.
After the Puma failed to kill him, the Beyonder
became convinced that he was wasting his time
in trying to enlighten others.



Furious, the Beyonder now believed he had no role
in the universe, and decided he would be
happier if he destroyed the multiverse so he
would be alone once more. He slaughtered most
of the New Mutants and did battle with the
Avengers and Rachel Summers, alias Phoenix.




Finally, many of Earth's costumed champions joined
forces to stop the Beyonder once and for all,
lest he obliterate the multiverse. In an
underground sanctum deep beneath the Colorado
Rocky Mountains, the Beyonder decided that
perhaps he would find the contentment he sought
if he became a mortal being. The Beyonder
created a vast machine to bring about the
transformation, and tested it by resurrecting
the New Mutants he had killed. The Beyonder
then used the machine to turn himself into a
mortal being with no superhuman powers, but was
then confronted by the vengeful Mephisto. The
Beyonder then reclaimed his tremendous power
and immortality, and decided, in order to
protect himself from his foes; he would use the
machine to transform himself into a mortal
being who still retained his full power. The
Molecule Man and the assembled costumed heroes
attacked the Beyonder in his sanctum, but, the
Beyonder defeated them all. Then the Beyonder
entered the machine once more, and was
transformed into a mortal infant into whom the
machine began feeding the Beyonder's vast
power. The machine would soon rapidly age the
infant into an adult and release him. Believing
he must take what he thought might be the only
chance to save the multiverse from someday
being destroyed by the Beyonder, the Molecule
Man destroyed the machine, killing the infant
within, The machine's destruction unleashed the
Beyonder's titanic energy, which the Molecule
Man projected into another dimension. There the
Beyonder's energy caused the creation of a new
universe.



Strength Level: The Beyonder's strength in the
human form described under Physical
Characteristics was potentially unlimited.




Known Superhuman Powers: The Beyonder was
apparently the most powerful being ever to
exist in this universe (although he was not
native to this universe), and hence could do
virtually anything, The Beyonder could
manipulate incalculable amounts of energy and
create and rearrange matter on a planetary
scale. He proved capable of obliterating an
entire galaxy.

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<img src="http://images.quizilla.com/C/Capadocious/1066533894_nsbeyonder.jpg" border="0" alt="Beyonder"><br>You are the Super Villan known as the Beyonder!<br><br><br>
History: Originally, the entity known as the<br>Beyonder comprised all of the otherdimensional<br>universe, called the "Beyond-Realm,"<br>in which he existed. The entity was entirely<br>unaware of the existence of other beings until,<br>several years ago, the atomic accident that<br>transformed laboratory worker Owen Reece into<br>the superhuman Molecule Man opened an<br>interdimensional "pinhole" between<br>the Beyond-Realm and the multiverse in which<br>Earth exists. Through this gap the Beyonder<br>observed the Earth for a number of years. The<br>Beyonder was fascinated, since he himself was<br>his entire reality, but each denizen of Earth<br>was but a single entity that was part of the<br>greater whole that was the multiverse. Hence,<br>each sentient being on Earth, in the Beyonder's<br>point of view was "incomplete," and<br>strove to remedy its incompleteness. Hence, the<br>Beyonder believed, the driving force of the<br>minds of all sentient beings was desire; in<br>other words, wanting to have or become<br>something one is not. Indeed, now that the<br>Beyonder realized that he himself was not all<br>that existed, he saw himself as incomplete and<br>felt desire. <br><br>

To investigate the nature of desire, the Beyonder<br>undertook an experiment. Various adventurers<br>based on Earth, most of them possessing<br>superhuman powers, including the Hulk, Spider-<br>Man, and members of the Avengers, Fantastic<br>Four, and X-Men, went to New York City's<br>Central Park to investigate an enormous<br>circular construct which had materialized in<br>the park's Sheep Meadow. Entering the<br>construct, the adventurers and the construct<br>were teleported to an area of outer space near<br>a galaxy far from Earth's. Similarly, a large<br>number of costumed criminals, including the<br>Absorbing Man, Doctor Doom, Doctor Octopus, the<br>Enchantress, Kang, the Lizard, the Molecule<br>Man, Ultron, the Wrecker and the Wrecking Crew,<br>as well as the planet-devourer Galactus, found<br>themselves in another construct in the same<br>area of space. Aboard the constructs the<br>passengers watched in awe as the galaxy nearest<br>to them was annihilated by an unseen force,<br>except for a single star. Then, before their<br>eyes, a planet, which became known as<br>Battleworld, was created to orbit that star.<br>Finally, a rift opened in space, from which a<br>blinding light poured, and the passengers on<br>the constructs heard a voice that told them,<br>"I am from beyond! Stay your enemies and<br>all you desire shall be yours! Nothing you<br>dream of is impossible for me to<br>accomplish!" The passengers on the<br>constructs were then sent down to Battleworld.<br>There, over the next several days, they engaged<br>in a "secret war" among themselves;<br>most of the criminals sought to destroy the<br>heroic adventurers in order to gain the prize<br>that the Beyonder had promised. <br><br>

In the course of the "secret war," Doctor<br>Doom used technological means to steal the<br>Beyonder's apparently unlimited power and<br>absorb it into himself. Too weakened to strike<br>back against Doom, the Beyonder secretly took<br>possession of the body of Klaw, who had been<br>resurrected on Battleworld after his seeming<br>destruction by the Dazzler. The Beyonder took<br>control of Klaw's subconscious mind and thus<br>motivated him to encourage Doom's fears of his<br>superhuman opponents in the "secret<br>war" and Doom's doubts over his own<br>ability to control his newly gained power. The<br>Beyonder also had Klaw persuade Doom to grant<br>him some of his new power. Then, when Doom was<br>struggling to control his power while in battle<br>with Captain America, the Beyonder left Klaw's<br>body and reclaimed his full power. The Beyonder<br>then vanished, and the participants in the<br>"secret war" returned to the places<br>from which they had come. <br><br>

Months later, the Beyonder arrived on Earth to<br>continue his study of humanity and of desire.<br>He had never possessed a true form of his own<br>before, but now he created for himself a<br>physical form that resembled a composite of the<br>bodies of various participants in the<br>"secret war," in order that he could<br>walk among humanity and fulfill his desire for<br>experience in this world. Next he gave himself<br>a body identical to that of the Molecule Man.<br>To study the effects of enabling someone to<br>fulfill his fantasies, the Beyonder transformed<br>television writer Stewart Cadwall into the<br>armored Thundersword. Cadwall ran amok in his<br>new identity, and was opposed and defeated by<br>various costumed adventurers. <br><br>

Subsequently, the Beyonder gave himself a body<br>identical to that of Captain America. The<br>Beyonder encountered a number of costumed<br>adventurers, but found it difficult to<br>understand the counsel about the nature of life<br>that he received from some of them and other<br>human beings. The Beyonder then met an<br>underworld figure named Vinnie, who, seeking to<br>make use of the Beyonder's superhuman powers,<br>became his guide to the world. Under Vinnie's<br>influence the Beyonder sought wealth, pleasure,<br>and power over others. The Beyonder further<br>altered his physical appearance, giving himself<br>black, curly hair; he maintained the form he<br>now had for most of the rest of his existence<br>on Earth. <br><br>

The Beyonder finally parted company with Vinnie,<br>and used his powers to take complete control of<br>every mind, and, in fact, every atom of matter<br>on Earth. But the Beyonder found himself<br>dissatisfied: he took no pleasure in having<br>everyone serve him if they were compelled to do<br>so as if they were automatons. Hence, the<br>Beyonder released everyone and everything on<br>Earth from his control, and also wiped out<br>everyone's memories of his conquest of Earth,<br>although he allowed some people to retain a<br>vague reminiscence of it. <br><br>

The Beyonder continued to experiment with<br>experiencing love affairs with human beings. On<br>a journey to the Andromeda Galaxy to locate the<br>Avengers, he was responsible for the escape of<br>their foe Nebula. To study the effects of the<br>desire for revenge, the Beyonder transtormed<br>Thor's enemy, the Dark Elf Algrim, into the<br>powerful menace Kurse. The Beyonder also saved<br>Kathryn Twoyoungmen, then known as Talisman,<br>from entrapment in an otherdimensional world.<br>The Beyonder sought to make Alison Blaire, the<br>Dazzler, his lover, and even went so far as to<br>bestow half of his power upon her so that they<br>would be equals. However, she was not in love<br>with him, and the disappointed Beyonder, once<br>mom in possession of his full power, parted<br>from her. <br><br>

Now the Beyonder's mood began too change. He found<br>desire a nuisance, and wondered whether he<br>should continue to study it or just return to<br>the Beyond-Realm, where he would feel complete<br>unto himself. He briefly had the young<br>superhuman mutant called Boom-Boom as a<br>companion, and terrified her when he threatened<br>to destroy the entire universe on a whim. She<br>alerted the Avengers to his threat, and they in<br>turn informed other superhuman champions.<br><br><br>

Deciding he could not simply return to the Beyond-<br>Realm and forget he had ever experienced<br>desire, the Beyonder remained on Earth, but<br>fell into despair. The sorcerer Doctor Strange<br>advised him to find a purpose in life, and so<br>the Beyonder decided to become a champion of<br>life like Strange himself. He acted as a<br>"super hero" both on Earth and on<br>other planets, but still seemed uncertain of<br>his role in the universe, especially after<br>Captain America and Mister Fantastic advised<br>him of their fears that humanity would become<br>overly dependent on the Beyonder to solve their<br>problems for them. Encouraged by his aide, a<br>journalist named Dave, the Beyonder overcame<br>his own doubts. The Beyonder then obliterated<br>Death itself from the universe, thus earning<br>the wrath of Mephisto, the satanic ruler of an<br>otherdimensional realm of the dead. The<br>Molecule Man, however, convinced the Beyonder<br>that existence was meaningless without death,<br>and so the Beyonder brought Death back into<br>existence by using his power to kill the<br>reporter Dave, who willingly sacrificed his<br>life. <br><br>

The Beyonder went to a South Seas island to<br>contemplate. There an army of superhuman<br>criminals assembled by Mephisto attacked him,<br>but he was saved by the. Inspired by the<br>Thing's heroism, the Beyonder decided to<br>inspire others in turn to find their true role<br>in life. But, again, the Beyonder used his<br>powers to control the minds of others to do so.<br>After the Puma failed to kill him, the Beyonder<br>became convinced that he was wasting his time<br>in trying to enlighten others. <br><br>

Furious, the Beyonder now believed he had no role<br>in the universe, and decided he would be<br>happier if he destroyed the multiverse so he<br>would be alone once more. He slaughtered most<br>of the New Mutants and did battle with the<br>Avengers and Rachel Summers, alias Phoenix.<br><br><br>

Finally, many of Earth's costumed champions joined<br>forces to stop the Beyonder once and for all,<br>lest he obliterate the multiverse. In an<br>underground sanctum deep beneath the Colorado<br>Rocky Mountains, the Beyonder decided that<br>perhaps he would find the contentment he sought<br>if he became a mortal being. The Beyonder<br>created a vast machine to bring about the<br>transformation, and tested it by resurrecting<br>the New Mutants he had killed. The Beyonder<br>then used the machine to turn himself into a<br>mortal being with no superhuman powers, but was<br>then confronted by the vengeful Mephisto. The<br>Beyonder then reclaimed his tremendous power<br>and immortality, and decided, in order to<br>protect himself from his foes; he would use the<br>machine to transform himself into a mortal<br>being who still retained his full power. The<br>Molecule Man and the assembled costumed heroes<br>attacked the Beyonder in his sanctum, but, the<br>Beyonder defeated them all. Then the Beyonder<br>entered the machine once more, and was<br>transformed into a mortal infant into whom the<br>machine began feeding the Beyonder's vast<br>power. The machine would soon rapidly age the<br>infant into an adult and release him. Believing<br>he must take what he thought might be the only<br>chance to save the multiverse from someday<br>being destroyed by the Beyonder, the Molecule<br>Man destroyed the machine, killing the infant<br>within, The machine's destruction unleashed the<br>Beyonder's titanic energy, which the Molecule<br>Man projected into another dimension. There the<br>Beyonder's energy caused the creation of a new<br>universe. <br><br>

Strength Level: The Beyonder's strength in the<br>human form described under Physical<br>Characteristics was potentially unlimited.<br><br><br>

Known Superhuman Powers: The Beyonder was<br>apparently the most powerful being ever to<br>exist in this universe (although he was not<br>native to this universe), and hence could do<br>virtually anything, The Beyonder could<br>manipulate incalculable amounts of energy and<br>create and rearrange matter on a planetary<br>scale. He proved capable of obliterating an<br>entire galaxy.<br><br><font face="Georgia"<br>size="+1">
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kuh
Oct. 27th, 2003 09:38 pm (UTC)
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