Mister Fantastic

Mister Fantastic
Reed Richards

Fighting Good
Agility Typical
Strength Typical
Endurance Remarkable
Reason Amazing
Intuition Excellent
Psyche Remarkable

Health 52
Karma 100
Resources Remarkable
Popularity 50


Elongation: Monstrous, up to 1500 feet
Plasticity: Monstrous with the following effects:
Form a bouncing ball with Monstrous Agility and Good speed.
form a glider with Feeble airspeed
Gorm parachute for up to 4 people
Good disguise ability
Formless puddle to flow through almost any opening
Amazing ability to assume any geometric shape
Amazing ability to become as thin as paper
Grapple with Remarkable strength up to 4 targets
Body Armor:
-5CS damage from blunt attacks
Remarkable vs. other physical attacks
Good vs. energy attacks
Hyper-Invention: Reed has the Monstrous ability to comprehend/design/repair technology.
Hyper-Intelligence: Reed’s natural mental abilities were enhanced by the mutation. Should his powers be negated his mental attributes drop by -1CS.


Electronics, Engineering, Physics, Repair/Tinker


Avengers, Silver Surfer, Inhumans, Any superheroic person in the world, Physics and Engineering universities America


Born in Central City, California, Reed is the son of Nathaniel and Evelyn Richards. Since Nathaniel is a scientific genius, it’s no surprise that Reed is too. Reed has always been something of a prodigy, enrolling in college level courses at the age of fourteen. Reed attended numerous colleges including State University in Hegeman, New York.

At Empire State University, he met and became roommate of Benjamin J. Grimm. Reed had already begun designing a starship capable of traveling in hyperspace. Sharing his plans with his new roommate, Grimm jokingly volunteered to pilot the craft.

When Reed continued his education by attending Columbia University in Manhattan, he rented a room in a boarding house owned by the aunt of a young girl named Susan Storm. To his embarrassment, the young girl instantly fell in love with him. Even though Reed had to move on, they continued to carry a torch for each other. Moving on to Harvard where Reed earned a Ph.D. in both physics and electrical engineering, all this by the age of 22. After spending six years in the military, Reed began using his inheritance, along with government funding, to finance his research. Determined to reach the stars, the project began, based in Central City.

Susan Storm, now an adult, moved into the area and within a short time found herself engaged to Reed. Likewise, Reed’s old college roommate had gone on to become a successful test pilot and astronaut and was indeed slated to pilot the craft.

All seemed well: however, when the government threatened to cut funding and cancel the project, Reed, Ben, Sue and her younger brother Johnny, all decided to sneak aboard the starship and take it up immediately. They knew they had not completed all the testing that had been planned but Reed was confident they would be safe.

However, when their ship passed through the Van Allen belt they found their cockpit bombarded with nearly lethal doses of cosmic radiation. Reed had somehow neglected to account for the abnormal radiation levels in the atmosphere. The cosmic rays wreaked havoc on the starship’s insufficient shielding and they were forced to return to earth immediately.

The crew successfully lands, and soon discovers that the rays have given them more powers than any humans have ever possessed. Reed found that his skin was malleable and that he could elongate any portion of his body at will. Each member of the fateful crew in turn discovered how they had been significantly changed.

Deciding to use this unexpected turn of events for the benefit of mankind, Reed convinced the others to band together as The Fantastic Four, Sue as The Invisible Woman, Johnny as The Human Torch, Ben as The Thing, and Reed as the stretchable Mr. Fantastic.

Mr. Fantastic was chosen to lead the group. Under his guidance, the team went on to become Earth’s most celebrated band of heroes. Together, they would save the world countless times. Ever driven by his the quest for knowledge, Reed is believed by most to be the Earth’s foremost intelligence. There is little he cannot create, fix, or understand given time. The patents and royalties on his inventions alone have funded the group over the years.

After countless adventures as the Fantastic Four, Reed married Sue, and before they know it Sue has a child, young Franklin Benjamin Richards. Who turns out due to unforeseen circumstances to have power that can rival Galactus, he has the power of a living god in the body of a small child.

In the past year Reed was killed at the hands of Doctor Doom. However unknown to his teammates at the time he was thrown back into the time of barbarians and onto an alien world by a being called Hyperstorm, so far into the past and with no technology even his brilliant mind couldn’t find a way back home. Reed, unable to find a way back home wandered about aimlessly for about a year. A while later the remaining members of the FF along with the Sub-Mariner, Lyja and the Ant-Man found themselves trapped in the same era. With some luck they found Reed but faced a new problem, Reed with his time alone believed it was impossible for his old friends to return and attacked them. Upon realizing that these were truly his friends he sought out Galactus as he was the only being in the Universe who could defeat Hyperstorm, upon Hyperstorm’s defeat the FF returned to present day where they continued their life, not only as a team but as a family.

Upon their return, the FF were encountered by a being called Onslaught, This demon spawn took control of an army of sentinels and invaded New York city, hunting down every metahuman being he could find. Onslaught wished to add the abilities of the godlike Franklin Richards to his own. Only through the Sacrifice of the Fantastic Four’s own lives and that of most of the heroes in the marvel universe was Onslaught finally vanquished. The hero’s would have died there and then, if not for Franklin who created a whole alternate reality for them to reside in. Completely oblivious to what had taken place Reed and his compatriots relived most of their lives. In their absence the Fantastic Four’s headquarters, Four Freedoms Plaza was annihilated by a super villain group called the Masters Of Evil, posing as heroes, The Thunderbolts. One-year later Franklin returned his family along with the other hero’s from the parallel reality. Reed was overjoyed to see his son again, but he and the rest of the FF found themselves without a home, moving into Reed’s storage warehouse on Pier 4, overlooking the east river and making this their home the Fantastic Four continue to go with their lives.

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