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| aliases = None   
| aliases = None   
| identity = Secret  
| identity = Secret  
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| occupation = Soldier  
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| occupation = Former Soldier  
| citizenship = Unrevealed  
| citizenship = Unrevealed  
| place_of_birth = Unrevealed  
| place_of_birth = Unrevealed  
| relatives = Unrevealed  
| relatives = Unrevealed  
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| groups = [[Gamma Corps: Black]]  
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| groups = Formerly [[Gamma Corps: Black]]  
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| education = Unrevealed, but Morass has received military training  
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| education = Unrevealed, but Morass received military training  
| height = Unrevealed  
| height = Unrevealed  
| weight = Unrevealed  
| weight = Unrevealed  
| eyes = White  
| eyes = White  
| hair = Brown  
| hair = Brown  
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| powers = Morass, through genetic manipulation, has been given a malleable clay-like body similar to the creature, the [[Glob (Joseph Timms)|Glob]]. The procedure has given her super strength and durability, with the added bonus to reconstitute her form using the ground beneath her feet. Morass has tendril-like fingertips, and she can use them to ensnare her foes. She can form weaponry such as a hammer with her hand, and she can even divide into almost two separate halves to avoid being struck by an enemy. Because Morass' composition is comparable to clay, she must be careful not to dry herself out.   
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| powers = Through genetic manipulation Morass was given a malleable clay-like body similar to the [[Glob (Joseph Timms)]]. The procedure gave her super strength and durability, the ability to reconstitute her body using the ground beneath her feet, and form her hands into various blunt weapons such as a hammer. Tendril-like fingertips enabled her to ensnare her foes, and she could divide into almost two separate halves to avoid being struck by an enemy. Because her composition was comparable to clay, Morass was susceptible to drying out.   
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| abilities = Even though Morass was infused with DNA from the Glob, she did not inherit his bulky form or his below average reflexes. Morass is a formidable fighter with the use of her powers, and since she can form weapons from her body, Morass is equal in both armed and unarmed combat.
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| abilities = Morass was a formidable combatant, both armed and unarmed, without the hindrance of the Glob's bulky form or below average reflexes.  
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| weapons = None, other than what she can create  
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| weapons = None, other than what she could create.
| paraphernalia = None
| paraphernalia = None
| debut = Incredible Hulk #601 (2009)
| debut = Incredible Hulk #601 (2009)
| origin = Unrevealed  
| origin = Unrevealed  
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| significant_issues = Ambushed Lyra with the rest of her group (Incredible Hulk #601, 2009); Fought Lyra solo, was tricked and defeated (Incredible Hulk #602, 2009)
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| significant_issues = Ambushed Lyra with the rest of her group (Incredible Hulk #601, 2009); fought Lyra solo, was tricked and defeated (Incredible Hulk #602, 2009)
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bio_text= Silent and deadly, Morass was one of the members of [[Gamma Corps: Black]] assigned to intercept and capture [[Lyra]] – daughter of the [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)|Hulk]]. Under the command of [[Ryker, John|General Ryker]], Morass was given power by the [[Origins Corporation]], headed by none other than [[Green Goblin (Norman Osborn)|Norman Osborn]]. The DNA chosen for her was from one of the Hulk’s greatest foes, the [[Glob (Joseph Timms)|Glob]].
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bio_text= [[Green Goblin (Norman Osborn)|Norman Osborn]]'s [[Origins Corporation]] used DNA from the [[Glob (Joseph Timms)]] to give Morass her uncanny abilities and a place on [[Ryker, John|General John Ryker]]'s [[Gamma Corps: Black]]. Assigned to capture [[Lyra]], the [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)]]'s daughter from an alternate future, Morass ensnared Lyra with her clay-like tentacles until Lyra broke free and escaped. Morass pursued and was lured into a salt flat, impeding her ability to reconstitute her damaged form and causing her to dry up like a statue. Lyra shattered Morass' body, leaving it near Gamma Corps: Black's airship with a death threat for Morass' teammates carved into her torso.  
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Lyra was ambushed by Morass and her teammates, [[Axon]] and [[Aberration]], and was captured before she could fully assess the situation. To make matters worse, Lyra's partner was killed in front of her eyes, enraging the jade giantess, triggering her weakness. Morass was able to hold Lyra with her clay-like tentacles indefinitely, until Lyra activated her Autotrance. Lyra escaped the grasp of Morass and fled her enemies after crushing them with their own ship.
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Morass separated from the group to find her, but when she did, Lyra proved to be more than a match for her in fighting skill. Fortunately for Morass, she received the ability to reconstitute her injured form by using the ground beneath her feet. Unfortunately for Morass, Lyra lured her into a salt flat, causing Morass to dry up and become like a statue. Morass’ broken body was found near the damaged craft with a death threat carved in her torso.
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Whether or not Morass can be revived has yet to be revealed, but a good indication would be the history of how often the Glob has defied death.
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[[category:Hulk]]
[[category:Villains]]
[[category:Villains]]
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Current revision as of 08:06, 8 June 2012

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Unrevealed

Aliases
None

Identity
Secret

Citizenship
Unrevealed

Place of Birth
Unrevealed

First Appearance
Incredible Hulk #601 (2009)

Origin
Unrevealed

Norman Osborn's Origins Corporation used DNA from the Glob (Joseph Timms) to give Morass her uncanny abilities and a place on General John Ryker's Gamma Corps: Black. Assigned to capture Lyra, the Hulk (Bruce Banner)'s daughter from an alternate future, Morass ensnared Lyra with her clay-like tentacles until Lyra broke free and escaped. Morass pursued and was lured into a salt flat, impeding her ability to reconstitute her damaged form and causing her to dry up like a statue. Lyra shattered Morass' body, leaving it near Gamma Corps: Black's airship with a death threat for Morass' teammates carved into her torso.


Contributors: Acotilletta2

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durability

 

energy

 

fighting

 

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speed

 

strength