So I spotted a few times that somtimes a character would have superhuman powers (strength, healing, durability) while others would only have these attributes "enhanced".
What is the difference?
Like for example, for me simple logic says that Captain America should be than enhanced bc of the serum.
But like Star-Lord was deffinetly born WITH these powers, so he should be superhuman.
What do you think?
Also for Quill, I'd personally put his transplant into powers.
Like all the other characters if they have cybernetic implants that was put as a power. Imagine having the power of instantly translating everyone on this planet and beyond... for me that is more like a power.
"Cybernetic Enhancements: Star-Lord had a Translator Implant installed in his neck. It allows instantaneous translation of various intergalactic languages."
Yes, but you placed this information in the Powers section. Physiology only goes there if it contributes to the individual's enhanced powers. None of these characters have demonstrated an enhanced state.
However, Disease Immunity is a power. I don't remember if they said that in the movie, but if they did, and only if they did, you are free to add it to Ayesha.
Xandarian Physiology: Xandarians are externally indistinguishable from Humans, except from having blue blood instead of red.
Superhuman Durabilty: Xandarians are more durable than humans, as being sent flying across a large room or falling from great height has not been shown to kill them as it would a normal human, with the only apparent affect being pain and a degree of injury.
"This allowed Kyln Guards to survive being beaten down by Drax (who smashed one into the floor with enough force to damage it) and one of their technicians to survive being flung into a wall at and off a balcony by Groot, as his exclaims of pain where heard even after he struck the wall."
Hey, Son Of Ares1, I've just heard that Constantin is already selling off their properties, I'm sure Marvel is already on top of Getting the Fantastic 4 back so they can bring them into the MCU, Can't you even imagine Perlmutter's reaction once Marvel does get them? Then, he realizes that Marvel now has to spend years, if not, Decades, to get the FF popular to mainstream audiences again and bring them into the MCU, However, this campaign would make him a hypocrite for sideling the Fantastic four BEFORE getting the rights and then shilling them out AFTERWARDs. And Logan's box offce longterm projections have been revealed: The Trailer's been getting strong buzz for its highly unusual strategy alongside the tragic song "Hurt" by Johnny Cash with very few action or special effects shots - a virtually unheard of strategy for a superhero movie, The projections are $81 million domestically & $205 million worldwide.
Hi SonofAres1! Can you teach me how to add an image to an article? Actually I once asked Uskok about this, but he just gave me a link connecting with the wikipedia but I don't understand. So can you teach me until I understand?
If you open the Source Editor, there is a menu on the right hand side with various options. If you scroll down, there is an "Add Category" option, with a list of the pre-existing categories of the article. There's a trash can icon next to any category you hover over which will remove the category from the article.
We wouldn't know if they are the same. The only reason I added that was because in the comics, Hell Cycle is any motorcycle used by a Ghost Rider that is enchanted with the spirit, no matter what specific cycle it is.
In Guardians of the Galaxy, the Zodiac Key was seen in Broker's shop, it is a mystical weapon from the Anhk Dimensiom, it has the ability to restructure Life-Model Decoys, this could tie Doctor Strange into the first half of the season, while Broker might guest star in the second half mentioning the Guardians of the Galaxy as they tie-in to the second half, wouldn't that improve the story of LMD's?
On another note, I suggest that you slow the theories down. I can tell you have a lot of enthusiasm and high hopes for Marvel, but it honestly gets repetitive when you continue to theorize. There's nothing wrong with sharing your ideas and opinions, but there is a limit. I have nothing against it, but these explanations can get a little over the top and repetitive.
Speaking of Eric Koenig, I hear in What They Become, that Sam Koenig was possibly joking to Tripp that Billy Koenig was "recharging his batteries", if the LMD's could preserve Koenig's consciousness, that he maybe what's beyond humanity
Or maybe the only friends FitzSimmons has left are Coulson, May, Daisy and Mack, that's what I heard since Ward is HYDRA, Tripp is dead, Bobbi and Hunter left S.H.I.E.L.D. to protect them from Russia knowing their excistance and Lincoln is dead, they were FitzSimmons' friends, Bobbi and Hunter left but Ward, Tripp and Lincoln are dead now, how can a Life-Model Decoy latch onto someone to copy your consciousness and take your form? Say maybe Daisy, Bobbi and Hunter on the run and maybe Coulson, May and Mack? But if Coulson's transhumanised arm were to interfere with the LMD latching onto him, what would happen?
Who knows honestly? They're still working on the scripts for the first half of the season and are just beginning pre-production. Who knows what the LMDs will be like next season? They don't have to necessarily follow the comics.
And about Bobbi and Hunter, hopefully ABC reapproves Most Wanted for the midseason filler, so they can finish the couple's story rather than return them to S.H.I.E.L.D. If they just brought back Palicki and Blood, then the whole emotional goodbye will lose meaning and it'll be another case of bringing back a dismissed/deceased character.
It's not so much a disaster as it seems. Sure, it means the Terrigen has completed circulating the globe and contaminating the biosphere, but the majority of people receiving contaminated products are humans and most Inhumans may not ever come in contact with the Terrigen Mist.
Yes, there will be Inhumans who will undergo Terrigenesis, but that doesn't mean catastrophe. They can easily be trained by S.H.I.E.L.D. to control their powers and can be contained just as easily, so it won't be a big doomsday event.
The real threat, however, is some countries may stockpile Inhumans as weapons of war...