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place_text= The Mount served as the base of operations for the group known as the [[Pantheon]], but it also housed several hundred civilians as well. Primarily a self-sustaining environment, The Mount was dismantled after an attack by the [[Endless Knights]], a group of undead warriors called into action by the Pantheon’s founder, [[Agamemnon (Pantheon)|Agamemnon]]. Fortunately, the [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)|Hulk]], and other Pantheon core members, successfully evacuated all the civilians out of the structure beforehand. [[Image:Armored_Car.jpg|left|200px|thumb|Pantheon armored car for land, air and sea travel]]
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place_text= [[Image:Armored_Car.jpg|left|200px|thumb|Pantheon armored car for land, air and sea travel]]The Mount served as the base of operations for the group known as the [[Pantheon]], but it also housed several hundred civilians as well. Primarily a self-sustaining environment, the Mount was dismantled after an attack by the [[Endless Knights]], a group of undead warriors called into action by the Pantheon's founder, [[Agamemnon (Pantheon)|Agamemnon]]. Fortunately, the [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)|Hulk]], and other Pantheon core members, successfully evacuated all the civilians out of the structure beforehand.  
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Current revision as of 09:08, 10 May 2010

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Location
Formerly on a plateau somewhere in Arizona

Builder/Designer
Unrevealed

Owner
Formerly Agamemnon, Pantheon

Points of Interest
The Mount contained every facility to house a population of fifteen hundred people. It included laboratories, a hospital, a hydroponics farm to supply food, a weapons depot, plane hangar, motor pool and a heliport.

The Pantheon also housed a heavily armored vehicle which could travel on land, air or sea.

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Pantheon armored car for land, air and sea travel
The Mount served as the base of operations for the group known as the Pantheon, but it also housed several hundred civilians as well. Primarily a self-sustaining environment, the Mount was dismantled after an attack by the Endless Knights, a group of undead warriors called into action by the Pantheon's founder, Agamemnon. Fortunately, the Hulk, and other Pantheon core members, successfully evacuated all the civilians out of the structure beforehand.
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