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Harpoon

Real Name
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Kodiak Noatak
Current Alias
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Harpoon

Identity
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Characteristics
Gender
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Hair
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Status
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Occupation
Assassin

Origin
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Mutant

Creators
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First appearance


History

Quote1 Foolish children... save yourselves... from the energy weapon... of Harpoon! Quote2
-- Harpoon

Not much has been revealed regarding the early life of the Inuit (Eskimo) mutant known as Harpoon. The details of his recruitment by Mister Sinister to the group of assassins known as the Marauders remains similarly unrevealed. Relentlessly deadly and fiercely devoted, Harpoon invaded the Morlocks´ underground tunnels in New York City, intent on wiping out their entire population. Despite fierce resistance from the X-Men, they were merely distractions from the task at hand.


Powers and Abilities

Powers

Longitudinal Object Conversion: Harpoon was a mutant with the superhuman power to transform longitudinal objects into various forms of bio-energy. He can imbue any such object with this energy, but the amount of energy varies with the size of the object. Harpoon must then throw the object in order to transform it into energy. He could also charge the object with energy without actually transforming it to energy. Depending on the form of energy with which he imbues them, Harpoon's weapons can stun, shock, paralyze, kill, explode, or disintegrate a living victim or inanimate target.

Abilities

He was also exceptionally skilled in using his spears as weapons, both in melee combat and as thrown projectiles.

Strength level

Normal Human

Weaknesses

People with a tough enough hide, such as Colossus can survive an attack from his powers.


Paraphernalia

Equipment: None known.
Transportation: None known.
Weapons: Harpoons


Notes

The reason Harpoon used harpoons was because they are large enough to cause significant damage, but light enough to carry comfortably and easily throw in his quiver.


Trivia

  • He possibly was named in honor of the Inuit god Hodiak.



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