Clone of Peter Parker
Wall Crawling: Kaine can “stick to any surface,” but unlike Spiderman, he doesn’t use this power for travel. Kaine’s uses this power as an offensive attack by adhering to the ground and pulling walls, billboards, etc. on the top, or at, his enemies. After they are pulled, treat them as a charging attack as if they were falling, or being thrown. Kaine can pull up to Amazing intensity weight at once.
Mark of Kaine: After defeating an opponent, (more often than not, they are dead) Kaine leaves his “mark” on them. This is a form of concentrated cell degeneration at Good rank that is limited to the range of touch. Kaine usually places this mark on the face.
Precognition: Kaine’s spider-sense mutated into a form of precognition. He sees future events affecting himself, and sometimes others that he knows. When a vision appears, Kaine is stunned and cannot act until the pain subsides. He sees only one vision at a time, and it doesn’t change until it happens, or it is impossible for it to happen. Kaine can’t control when the visions appear, or their clarity.
Kaine is the first clone made from Peter Parker made from Professor Miles Warren (a.k.a. the Jackal.) When he first started to degenerate, Prof. Miles Warren discarded him, leaving Kaine bitter. After this, Kaine watched Peter (the successful clone) accomplish everything he was supposed to, and looked upon him fondly. Ben Reilly (the original Peter Parker), is the person who Kaine wants to have a miserable existence, and Kaine has made sure of this for the five years Ben has been “in exile.” Kaine has lived vicariously through Peter, and will do anything to protct him. He has already killed Dr. Otto Octavius (Dr. Octopus), The Grim Hunter (the son of Kraven), and even tried an attempt on the Sinister Six. Kaine is a bitter, depressed, and violent individual who can never attain true happiness. First, he is a clone and feels excluded from the rest of humanity. Second, he is hideously disfigured and knows he will be forever shunned. Third, and lastly, because of his outlook on his existence, and his aloof, untrusting personality, will insure distance between him and anybody who would even try to get close to him.