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Name: Alistair Spencer
Alias: Plague Knight (Formerly called "The Plague Doctor")
Allignment: Evil, though in his own twisted mind, he perceives himself to be Mankind's "savior".
Affiliation: The Society of the Plague Doctors
Due to mutations that he had received from a zombie mutagen, and an overdose of Power-Boosting Serum, Plague Knight now has access to powerful telekinetic abilities. He can remotely control and move multiple objects at a time, from anything as small as a pebble to as large as a semi-truck, though something this large would cause great mental strain. Plague Knight can also fire blasts of Red Plasma from his fingertips.
Since his resurrection, Plague Knight now has a mostly Cybernetic physiology, composed mainly of self-repairing nanomachines. Meaning, any damage that he sustains can be almost instantly repaired or reattached.
Another power that manifested after Plague Knight's resurrection is a byproduct of the Savager serum, which was injected into his corpse to bring him back. Plague Knight now has a Berserker form, in which he transforms into a large, crow-like beast.
A dark cloud of mist resides underneath and around Plague Knight's cloak. This is actually a swarm of hive-minded nanites, which he has a telepathic link to. He can detach some of the nanites from the swarm, and use it to shape small objects or weapons, though greater concentration is required for larger objects. The swarm can also propel him off the ground, creating the illusion of flight and levitation.
As for natural abilities, Plague Knight has mastery over almost all fighting styles, and skillfully wields almost any blade or firearm, a result of his many years of training by the Plague Doctor society.
Growing up in a war-torn, third world country, Alistair only knew war as a child. When soldiers of the opposing Militia invaded his home and slaughtered his family, Alistair fled, escaping the traumatizing, violent scene. Eventually, after running through the jungles for some time, Alistair had stumbled upon a temple, belonging to the Society of Plague Doctors, a cult of Mercenaries. Taking pity on the boy, the Plague Doctors took him in, and trained Alistair to eventually become one of them. As a product of past experiences, and the teachings that he had received from the Plague Doctors, Alistair came to believe that mankind was a doomed race, full of sinners, and that the only path to salvation was to eliminate all those who sin, leaving only the pure to rule the new world.
One day, on one of his first missions as a Plague Doctor at a chemical plant, Alistair and his team were sabotaged by Christine Warren, a newly minted agent of the CIA. Alistair was caught in a chemical explosion and was believed dead by the public at large.
However, he had secretly survived, managing to cling to life just long enough for him to be found by the Plague Doctors. Despite their best efforts to revive him, Alistair eventually died, his body ravaged by disease and chemical infections. But then, a mysterious figure came along, who may or may not have been an agent of the CIA, and they injected a mysterious black fluid into Alistair, bringing him back to life. After hours of operation and experimentation by the Plague Doctors, Alistair was somewhat rehabilitated, but he would never fully recover. A special suit had been constructed for him so his disabilities could be made more bearable, and he resumed his work as a Plague Doctor. Over time, he ascended the ranks all the way to the top, becoming the cult's leader.
Alistair then began to enact his plan to "cleanse" mankind by summoning a powerful deity in their mythology: The Moon.
However, his plans were thwarted by Detective Pierce and the heroes of the City of Heroes, and the Alistair was killed in combat with them after mutating into a horrific monster from the zombie mutagen that he released.
Now, 40 years later, a Neo-Plague Doctor cultist has resurrected Alistair, and he is ready to finish what he has started...