Victor von Doom (Dropped)

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Victor von Doom (Scenesys ID: 318)
"My methods are a means to an end, no different than pruning weeds in order to let an orchid flourish. Those who stand in the way of my vision oppose me because they fear me, but more than that they fear what I represent. Change."
Full Name: Doctor Victor von Doom
Gender: Male
Species: Human
Theme: (FC) Marvel Universe-2R
Function: Polymath
Status: Dropped
Factional Information
Faction: Confederacy (2-Lieutenant)
Groups: Zero Point Veritas Arcanum
Other Information
Physical Age: Adult Actual Age: 35
Still Aging? Yes Voice Actor: Lex Lang
Height: 6-2 Weight: 225 (unarmored)
Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Brown
Theme Song:


Considered one of the most dangerous, powerful, and greatest supervillains in the Universe. Doctor Doom. In a deal with the demon Mephisto, his mother sacrificed her soul in return for her young son Victor to become the eventual Latverian ruler. After the death of his father, Victor dedicated his life to increasing his knowledge in the areas of science and magic in order to avenge the untimely death of his parents. His supergenius-level intellect and utter mastery of technological concepts have allowed him to produce a wide array of devices and weapons. From his Flying Fortress to his weaponized Doombots, Doom's skill as an inventor and scientist is unsurpassed. He is prideful and idealistic, believing himself to be the only individual with both the ability and will to fashion the world into the perfect and idyllic civilization that it ought to be. Because of this, Doom is ruthless and logical. Cold and calculating. Alliances and friendships are largely a means to an end, serving his own purposes and plans. Time and time again, Doom has proved to be one of the most dangerous and deadly foes that the superheroes of Earth have ever had to face.










Extreme Ego: To say that Doom is prideful is an understatement. To say that he's one of the most egotistical and arrogant villains ever encountered is also probably an understatement. The only thing larger than Doom is his ego, and more often than not, he tends to be his own worst enemy. He's often unable to see past his own point of view to consider others' ideas, even when they might be helpful to him. His hubris has come back to haunt him more than once in his time. He also tends to refer to himself in the third person a lot.

Insecurity: Doom's story is the story of a boy who had no control over his life, and grew up to be incredibly bitter, and resentful of anything he comes across. Doom's inadequacies are what motivates him to distance himself from society, and to try and idealize mankind. Though he puts up a convincing and icy facade, he is broken down and very insecure on the inside.

Spite: Doom is extremely spiteful, and prone to grandiose acts or plans simply to take revenge for a perceived slight. He's judgmental and unforgiving, and will go to great lengths to prove others wrong, or to make himself seem better, even if only in his own ideas. When he's wronged, or perceives that he's been wronged, he has a very hard time focusing on anything else except getting revenge.

Code of Honor: Doom holds himself to a very stringent code of honor. In essence, this code states that, no matter what, Doom can never go back on his word. When Doom gives his word about something, he is intrinsically bound to it, and will never go back on what he's said. However, that is not going to stop him from wording things subtly or being a weasel about how he gives his word. However tricky or clever Doom may try to be, his word is his bond, and he will die before going back on what he's said.


Title Date Scene Summary
Final Countdown December 23rd, 2014 The Confederates make one last push to at least ensure no single Target Zone remains entirely in Union hands, before the factional truce!
Doom Comes To The Rookery July 3rd, 2014 Doctor Victor Von Doom decides it's time for the Feds to take the Rookery back.


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