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RPG statistics[edit]

removed from the article because I don't think RPG stats belong in Wikipedia. Since large numbers of these "vital stats" sections have been added to various articles, I'm using Talk:Strength level (comics) to discuss this issue in general. Bryan 08:32, 22 Jan 2004 (UTC)

  • Name: Alex "Alexander" Summers
  • Group Affiliations: X-Men, X-Factor (disbanded), Demons of Limbo (left this dimension)
  • Aliases: Goblin Prince
  • Height: 6 ft.
  • Weight: 175 lbs.
  • Eyes: Brown
  • Hair: Blonde
    • Intelligence Level: Above Normal
    • Extent of Education: Graduate Student in Geophysics.
    • Strength: Normal
    • Endurance: Athlete, with some immunity to various forms of radiation.
    • Stamina: Athlete
    • Speed: Athlete
    • Reflexes: Athlete
    • Agility: Athlete
    • Energy Projection: Vast
    • Other powers and skills: Havok is a mutant with the superhuman ability to absorb ambient cosmic energy into the cells of his body, transform it in an unknown manner, and release it as waves of energy that heat the air in their path enough to turn it into plasma. This results in control over an extremely powerful sort of destructive force. He is immune to most forms of radiation and heat. Havok is well-educated in the field of geophysical science. Having been trained in martial arts by Wolverine, he would be a good hand-to-hand combatant.
  • Origin of powers: Benevolent mutation

I've added some detail to the character history (about Havok's connections with Genosha and the X-tintion agenda) and fleshed out the powers and abilities section. --PW 05:28, 25 Jun 2005 (UTC)

External links[edit]

I added a small section at the end for external links. Currently there are two links, one to a Havok fanlisting, and another to a feature on Havok from UncannyX-Men.net. - Andrew


The Meltdown storyline has Havok absorbing radiation from a nuclear reactor. It is generally stated taht he absorbs cosmic radiation. Is this story in continuity?

Depending on the mechanism he absorbs the radiation by, there shouldn't be a difference. Cosmic rays tend to be muons decaying to electrons and neutrinos, free neutrinos, and the occasional really high energy proton. Powerplant radiation tends to be neutron heavy (and neutrino), so if he gains energy by interaction with charged particles, he's out of luck. If not, maybe it doesn't matter. JetGoodson 08:02, 13 February 2007 (UTC)[reply]


Shouldn't Havok's death (and subsequent resurrection) when the X-Men fought the Adversary (Fall of the Mutants) be mentioned?



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Age of Ultron[edit]

Age of Ultron[edit]

When Wolverine kills Hank Pym to advert the future Ultron destroyed earth a new timeline is created in which Havok relinquished his birthname and married Rogue. He worked as leader of the Morlocks until he was killed by Archangel's son Uriel.

the bolded section above is confusing. i don't know anything about this story so i don't want to touch it.

Sensorsweep (talk) 04:31, 5 August 2013 (UTC)[reply]

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