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If your character is not listed below, then in order to join the roster of one of these teams, you must have approval from the team leader’s player prior to finishing your application, or your character must earn that approval in the course of the game after joining. If a team leader is currently unplayed, contact Staff instead. If you wish to play one of the characters listed but do not want them to be a part of the team where they are assigned, provided that they are not canonically attached to that team in the movies, contact Staff to discuss. Characters with a in front of them are currently played.
The Avengers were first assembled in 2008 with a roster of Captain America, Iron Man, The Hulk, Thor, Black Widow, and Hawkeye. They have since grown in number, though more recent events have caused a split in its membership. As of May 2016, the Avengers fell under the oversight of a United Nations panel and may not act internationally without clearance.
The Avengers have two active rosters - the "A" roster of those that have signed both the SVRA and the Accords, and the "B" roster of those that have only signed the SVRA.
"A" Team Roster
Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel
James “Rhodey” Rhodes/War Machine
Robert “Robbie” Baldwin/Speedball
"B" Team Roster
T’Challa/Black Panther (Sponsor)
Hope van Dyne/Wasp
James “Bucky” Barnes/Winter Soldier
Stephen Strange/Dr. Strange
Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch
A long time mutant supremacist, in 2005 Erik Lehnsherr finally put his strong words to use by creating an official, militaristic group known as the Brotherhood of Mutants. Their first mission, which was successful, was in taking down several Weapons Plus facilities, and they have more planned. They have secret bases the world over, including NYC, and are transported by member Vanisher. Their NYC housing is located in Harlem.
St. John Allerdyce/Pyro
Tabitha Smith/Boom Boom
Thomas Cassidy/Black Tom
Yuriko Oyama/Lady Deathstrike
Even before the Registration Act went into effect, President Carpenter was looking into ways to enforce the new legislation, feeling that the Avengers would not. And so the Enforcers were created, divided into smaller teams. These teams, unlike the Avengers, would directly respond to the US government and would be under their control.
The Cavalry represent the more heroic side of the spectrum, those who enforce the rules like any other officer of the law. They are hired from those who have Registered and are willing to go to bat for the law, whatever their other reasoning might be. These can be members of other teams who work as Cavalry part time; they will be listed here, if involved, but their member group will reflect their primary affiliation, if anything but the Heroes member group. Members of this team are paid a modest sum depending on how much time they invest in membership.
For the Thunderbolts, he decided to mix the idea of enforcement with the proposal of criminal reform, selecting prisoners affected by the SVRA who could earn reduced or no sentences by serving the government. As an additional security measure, active members of the team are injected with nanites which are capable of various methods of disabling them should they disobey orders; most common of which is tasering into unconsciousness those who are vulnerable to such an effect. Members of this team are not paid; their reward is eventual freedom.
James Rhodes/War Machine (co-leader)
Simon Williams/Wonder Man
Calvin Zabo/Mister Hyde
June Covington/Toxie Doxie
Yelena Belova/Black Widow
Guardians of the Galaxy
The Guardians are an intergalactic group of outlaws who banded together in August 2014 to escape from the Kyln, and have remained together as a close knit group ever since. After protecting Xandar from Ronan the Accuser they secured the Power Stone, which they left in the protection of the Nova Empire. They have since defeated a Celestial and made their way to Earth/Terra in a journey spanning nearly three years. In that process they discovered the fate of Knowhere and arrived on Earth with the intention of informing its people.
Drax the Destroyer
Gamora Zen Whoberi Ben Titan
The outlaw faction of heroes which splintered off from the Avengers following the fallout over the Sokovia Accords. They are considered in violation of the Sokovia Accords. They have less resources and no official governmental backing at their disposal, though they have support from Wakanda’s King T’Challa under the table. They are able to take harbor internationally either in Wakandan embassies or safehouses provided by Shadow Director Fury.
This group has been re-absorbed into the official Avengers due to the pardon of the United States.
Established in the 1940s, the Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division is a clandestine paramilitary counter-terrorism and intelligence agency still recovering from its HYDRA security breach and internet intel dump of 2014. It now operates outside of any government influence under the direction of Phil Coulson, from its secret static base known as the Playground, as well as its mobile base of operations, the Zephyr One.
Maria Hill (Second in Command)
Nick Fury (Shadow Director)
Barbara “Bobbi” Morse/Mockingbird
Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow
The Xavier Institute for Higher Learning, commonly and lovingly referred to as the X-Mansion by its residents, officially opened its doors in 2006 under the direction of Charles Xavier, with the goal of educating mutants of all ages in the responsible use of their powers and how to live alongside humans. The message of Xavier is one of peaceful coexistence. In addition to teaching students how to adapt to their mutations and basic education, the Institute also offers limited college-level courses. To the outside world, it, therefore, appears as a private secondary school and community college. The Institute is located in Westchester County, New York, about 45 minutes to an hour from New York City proper by vehicle.
David Haller/Legion (Student)
Ellie Phimister/Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Student)
Emma Frost (Teacher)
Henry “Hank” McCoy/Beast (Teacher)
Iara dos Santos/Shark-Girl (Student)
Illyana Rasputina/Magik (Student)
Jean Grey/Marvel Girl (Teacher)
Jubilation Lee/Jubilee (Teacher/Counselor)
Kurt Wagner/Nightcrawler (Student)
Ororo Munroe/Storm (Teacher)
Petra Kristinson/Petra (Resident)
Piotr Rasputin/Colossus (Teacher)
Scott Summers/Cyclops (Teacher)
A more recent addition to the Institute’s offerings, the X-Men are a largely team selected from the more promising and willing of the Institute’s students. Officially formed in 2009, they are tasked with protecting humans and mutants alike, but operate in secret, using the mansion as their base.
Elizabeth “Betsy” Braddock/Psylocke
Ellie Phimister/Negasonic Teenage Warhead
Henry “Hank” McCoy/Beast
James “Logan” Howlett/Wolverine
Jean Grey/Marvel Girl
Robert “Bobby” Drake/Iceman
Warren Worthington III/Angel
In the wake of the Sokovia accords and the Superhuman Registration Act, Canada’s response was to create a program all their own. Department H was created with the intent to monitor, police, and regulate superhuman activities within Canadian territories. While not the same thing as the registration act or SVRA as the United States has, those with with powers or abilities who violate any Canadian laws are prosecuted and punished just as anyone else who breaks the laws would be. As long as a person with powers or abilities just want to live a quiet life, they are allowed to without having to worry about the Canadian government or Department H interfering with their lives. To better aid in that, Department H provides training for those with powers they have difficulty controlling so that everyone has a chance to live a peaceful life if they so desire to.
However, Department H has also started a training program for those with powers that wish to actively do something for the protection and betterment of Canada. This program has been designated as Alpha Flight and is also considered Canada’s response to the Avenger’s program. For further and more detailed information, please refer to the files on the Alpha Flight program. Those with powers or abilities that use them to harm others or break Canadian laws are given the option to participate in the Alpha Flight program to avoid jail time. If they opt of the Alpha Flight option, they are incarcerated in a special holding unit ran by Department H. Currently, Department H is still partially in a developmental phase as it is relatively new and agreements with working with other nations is still being worked out.
Any Canadian citizen can apply to work for Department H as long as they meet the requirements for the job they are looking to fill. All applications must be submitted on-line and background checks will be performed. Department H is a drug-free organization which also means there is mandatory drug testing on a regular and random basis. To anyone interested in helping to make Canada greater, we look forward to seeing your application. If applying for the Alpha Flight program, please refer to The Alpha Flight web page.
A subsection of Department H, the Alpha Flight program is designed to allow individuals with powers or abilities beyond that of the average human to use them in the service of Canada. As a part of this program, people will receive the necessary training in the use and control of their powers so that they can safely use to provide protection for Canada and its citizens. While this is a voluntary program for most people, anyone caught using their powers to violate Canadian law will be given the option of joining the program instead of serving jail time as long as their crimes are not to heinous that only jail time is a proper punishment. A fledgling program, the first of those entered into the program are still undergoing training not only in using their powers, but also team tactics and also hand-to-hand training.
In order to be considered for the Alpha Flight program, you must have powers of some kind which would be of use in the field. Those powers will need to be demonstrated to the person conducting the initial interview. Also, those same powers must be proven to be able to controlled both in the field and out. Full background checks and drug testing apply here just as they do with Department H. Anyone seeking to apply to become part of the Alpha Flight program must submit their application on-line and meet with a designated interviewer to determine if the person’s powers fit the set parameters. Non-Canadian citizens may also apply and upon completion of their training will be granted Canadian citizenship.