Mongul

No Alter Ego

Description:

Mongul
Dex: 10 Str: 19 Bod: 14
Int: 5 Wil: 5 Min: 6
Inf: 3 Aur: 7 Spi: 7
Init: 22 HP: 85
Powers: Comprehend Languages: 13, Energy Blast: 16, Growth: 02, Sealed Systems: 16, Telepathy: 02, Teleport: 28
Bonuses and Limitations:
Energy Blast can be projected from his hands, eyes, or through a projector on his chest (+0). See below for more about the projector.
Growth is Always On, a Form Function, and is Already Figured into his stats.
Skills: Charisma (Intimidation, Interrogation): 10, Gadgetry: 13, Martial Artist: 15, Weaponry: 13, Vehicles (Space): 7
Advantages: Expertise (Weapons of Interplanetary Mass Destruction); Expansive Headquarters (his starship, at least during his first appearance); Genius
Drawbacks: Authority Figure; Serious Irrational Attraction to conquest of the galaxy; Serious Rage; Fatal Vulnerability: If the life-support device Mongul wears on his chest is removed he will begin to die.
Motivation: Power Lust/Psychopath
Occupation: would-be galactic conqueror
Resources {or Wealth}: 23 (Currently 13)

Bio:

Mongul, War Master of Warworld and enemy of the Justice Lords, his brutal and merciless nature make him an enemy to Superman and a threat to the larger universe. On a his home distant planet, Mongul ruled over an entire race of subjects with a tyrannical iron fist.

He was exiled and later gained control of Warworld, a colossal space station that he filled with mercenaries. He destroyed his home planet, used his power to slave his people and filled the Warworld with ruthless warriors to conquer the galaxy.

2004: Mongul attacked Earth-50 during the events of the Thanagarian Invasion, but had his ship badly damaged and was able to escape with a last jump into Pluto’s orbit at the edge of the Solar System were he and the survivors stayed hidden for a long time,

2009: During the events called A Eleventh Planet, heroes Superman and Hal Jordan from planet Earth-50 agreed with Mongul and Zanni Ecarg that he will give them time to call for help and leave Warworld and afterwards, the Justice Lords will destroy the crippled space-fortress.

2010: During the events of The Triumvirate of War the Justice Lords are able to kill Brainiac, Cyborg Superman, and Mongul, destroy New Warworld and throw all their remains intp the Sun. At the last time Cyborg Superman recognizes he is Zor-El father of Kara Zor-El and fights the one who turned him into a monster: Brainiac.

Metahuman Treat Rating: D5

Superman Sourcebook p.92
DC Wikia Entry

Mongul

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