Mudd

AKA James Stone, UNTIL Superhuman Registry No.: 962578

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Mudd
Mudd surveying his new home

Base of Operations: Millennium City, MI. USA

Group Affiliation: Squadron All-Stars

Alignment: Good

Motivation: Unwanted Power

Abilities: The subject seems at one with the earth around him. He can psionically control rocks, dirt, and even some metals. The subject can draw from the earth to heal himself and to increase his density and mass. The subject is also extremely strong and can lift approximately 25,000 tons.

Skills: Familiar with the technology and social conventions of early 20th century America, knowledgeable in the mining and quarrying procedures prevalent at the time

Paraphernalia: N/A

Vulnerabilities: His unfamiliarity with modern society and technology is a potential vulnerability. UNTIL specialists have also confirmed that the subject suffers from Survivor Syndrome, a mental condition that occurs when a person believes they have done something wrong by surviving a traumatic event when others did not.

Threat Level: Beta

James Stone was born in a small town in Kentucky in 1900, where he worked in the mines like many of his peers. He worked hard everyday, occasionally up to eighteen hours a day to eke out enough money to keep his family fed, housed, and clothed.

While working in a newly-discovered cavern one day, he came upon a strange object embedded in the wall. Believing it to be of value, he attempted to pry it loose. That was the last thing he remembered until he was awakened some hundred years later when a contemporary group of miners found him, mistakenly thinking that they had chanced upon a statue made of stone and mud.

When he awoke, the heroine woman known as Lady Liberty (UNTIL Superhuman Registry No.: 694287) was the first thing he saw. Learning that his wife and children were long dead and finding himself in a world far different from the one he knew, he decided to return accompany her to Millennium City and learn to adjust to the brave, new world in which he was now living.

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