Identity: Vance Astrovik

Fighting Good
Agility Good
Strength Typical
Endurance Good
Reason Good
Intuition Good
Psyche Incredible

Health 36
Karma 60
Resources Incredible
Popularity 5

Telekinesis: Allows Justice to do things as if he had a strength equal to his Incredible power rank. He has the following powerstunts.

He can increase his rank to Monstrous for short periods at a great cost. For every shift above Incredible he raises it, he must loose 1 health point every turn. He must also roll an Endurance FEAT or be stunned. He can also do multiple power stunts in a turn but will loose 1 health point per power stunt over the first every turn.
Levitate: Good air speed. May carry 5 other passengers
Psychokinetic Blast: Incredible Force, 3 areas
Force Field: For himself and others with Incredible protection.


Computer, Space Exploration, History (Heroes/villans)


Thing, New Warriors, Avengers, Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation, Triune Understanding, Queen’s Vengeance


Vance Astrovik was a normal teen who had the fortune of meeting an alternate-future version of himself, a member of the super-team, the Guardians of the Galaxy. The shock of meeting himself caused the younger Astrovik to develop his mutant powers years before the other, thus creating the alternate future’s timeline. Vance had been abused throughout his childhood, but his powers led to more abuse from his father, a violent anti-mutant bigot.

Vance soon ran away from home, and eventually ended up adventuring alongside the Thing, who was taking a leave of absence from his super-team/family, the Fantastic Four. Both had been a part of the Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation before finally parting ways.

Vance, as Marvel Boy, later tried to join the premier super-team, the Avengers, but was told by his hero, Captain America, that he needed more experience. Feeling rejected and embarassed, Vance was then approached by Night Thrasher and Nova, who were forming their own team called the New Warriors. Vance quickly became one of the Warriors’ most stalwart members, and met fellow mutant Firestar, with whom he developed a romatic relationship.

Returing home for a brief period, Vance was struck again by his father, and when retailiating with his powers, Vance killed his father. His mother pressed charges, and Vance was arrested, serving time for murder. Later released for good behavior, Vance adopted a new guise as Justice, and rejoined the New Warriors, often serving in leadership roles. Justice eventually asked Firestar to marry him.

Justice and Firestar were on hand when the Avengers reformed after a period of disbanding. After a strong push to prove himself, Justice, with Firestar, were elected reserve members. After serving several missions, and feeling vastly inferior to be joining the same league as his idols, Justice was elected to full membership. Continually trying to prove himself, Justice eventually won over his insecurities during the Avengers’ battle with the robot Ultron.

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