Logan (Wolverine)

Played By: Hugh Jackman
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Quote: "I'm Wolverine. I'm the best there is at what I do, but what I do best isn't very nice."
Position: X-Man, History/Athletics Teacher, Mercenary (formerly) & Assassin.
Affiliations: X-Men
Inspiration: Marvel
Rating: NC-17

Wolverine is known simply as Logan to the general populace. General loner (yet everyone seems attracted to him in one way or another) and casual drinker, mean gruff with a heart of gold. He is more widely known as a well decorated military veteran (he has the ID to prove it). He can be an absolute asshole but can also be the nicest person you'll ever meet depending on which way you catch him.

The Wolverine is the nightmare that terrifies the most hardened humans. He's believed to have served or been apart of every major war since the Civil War. He's known by many names, and is believed to be an absolute and relentless killer. In some cultures he's perceived as a guardian spirit, and in others? a mindless curse. The reputation that the Wolverine has established vary from place to place. The government keeps an eye on him. He's walked all walks of life, from farmer to assassin. Though nowadays he's much…nicer. A member of the X-Men and a hero….most of the time.

Healing Factor
Wolverine has an accelerated healing factor, allowing him to regenerate damaged or destroyed tissue. He can regenerate greatly damaged or destroyed tissue within a few seconds or minutes depending on the damage. The full extent and speed of Wolverine's healing factor isn't known, but it can regenerate entire body parts, recover from incineration, and continually heals damage from getting older, allowing a type of extremely slowed aging. He's even been able to heal from damage which has reduced him to essentially a skeleton after being at impact zone of a nuclear bomb. His healing factor is also the primary reason he has survived the adamantium bonding process and why he continues to be able to survive the poisoning of his body that the adamantium-laced bones produce. His healing factor also makes him essentially immune to any disease, both natural and mystical (including vampirism and lycanthropy).

Bone Claws
Wolverine's secondary mutation is that he possesses six retractable (either individually or in a set) 12-inch long bone claws, three in each arm, that are housed beneath the skin and muscle of his forearms. By themselves, they are able to easily rend steel and other hard substances, but had a hard time against incredibly strong metals like titanium. This only increased after the Adamantium, and with it, his claws can cut through virtually anything with almost extreme ease.

Adamantium Skeleton
Wolverine's entire skeleton has been laced with Adamantium, including his claws. This gives his claws even more lethality against both people and objects, able to cleave through virtually anything (though finds resistance against equally hard metals like Vibranium). However, the metal has it's side effects. It's magnetic, and foes like Magneto, who possess powerful magnetic powers, will easily be able to ragdoll Wolverine as if he were a meager toy. He has no resistance against this except in ultra-rare instances where his will can power through, but this almost never happens, sadly. His weight has also increased, where normally he's about 211 lbs, with the adamantium, he's well near 400lbs. Appearances are very deceiving. Comically, He can't go through airports without running into trouble with metal detectors, and despite the fact that he claims he's a war vet with multiple metallic implants, it never ends well for him.

Enhanced Senses
Wolverine posesses superhuman senses on par with certain animals…he can see with perfect clarity as far as an eagle, smell with the accuity of a bloodhound, and hear even barely perceptible breathing from another room. He also has perfect night vision. His sense of smell is perhaps the most extremely acute of his senses - allowing him to distinguish people by their scent and never forget it. Wolverine can also detect drugs, and can even detect small chemical changes that undergoes in people as they lie.

Enhanced Physiology
Wolverine, through aid in his -extreme- experience in life and through help from his healing factor, Logan is a physically superhuman being. He can lift a little over 800lbs (more than that if he's under a berserker rage), move fast enough to dodge bullets from point blank range (though he relies on his healing factor -alot- AND blitz a group of gunmen before they could even pull the triggers on their guns, be durable enough to trade hands with beings like the Hulk and have the bout be a draw, and have enough stamina (thanks to his healing factor) to be able to perform rigorous activity for more than 24 hours straight without getting tired (physically speaking), but the mind needs rest, and his healing factor doesn't affect the mind in terms of at least wanting sleep.

Clone, "Sister": A cloned and alternate world version of Logan. They both share many traits, including….well, everything…she has memories he doesn't, and their relationship is superbly complicated (understatement of the bloody lifetime). But, they get along fantastically, and he already considers her to be his sister.

Clone, "Daughter": A clone of Wolverine that was used by nefarious forces until she was freed. Logan considers Laura to be his daughter, and will protect her fiercely.

Title OOC Date Rating Who's Involved Summary
Logan meets Logyn at Breakstone Lake 2017/12/19 PG Logan and Logyn Logan (Wolverine) meets his trans-dimensional, gender-swapped, magically-cloned "sister", Logyn (Ratel) at Breakstone Lake on the Xavier Estate. She fills him in with an overview of her unusual history.
Howlett At Harry's 2017-12-20 PG Logan and Logyn Logyn meets Logan at the X-Men's favorite local watering hole - Harry's Hideaway - and discuss some history.
Christmas Fire 2017-12-26 PG-13 for semi-graphic burn injury descriptions Superwoman, Logan A fire is started, and Superwoman and the semi-mysterious Logan manage to rescue those trapped inside the building.
X-Men Don't Kill March 07th, 2018 PG-13 (Language) Laura Kinney Lexi Nemo Carmilla Rappaccini Kitty Pryde Ororo Munroe Logan Jean Grey In a Very Special Issue, a group of X-Men lay out the team's rules of engagement for its youngest recruit.
Everybody Hates Logan March 10th, 2018 PG-13 (Language) Logan, Jean Grey Logan gets an opportunity to confront the close friend who's been avoiding him since her second birth.

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