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USAgentfan

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Subj: Re: Mentally unstable avengers
Posted: Wed Feb 26, 2014 at 05:34:20 pm EST (Viewed 146 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Mentally unstable avengers
Posted: Mon Feb 24, 2014 at 07:08:48 am EST (Viewed 209 times)

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D-Man (long history of mental illness)

USAgent (brought on by the trauma of his parents murders)

Hercules (brought on by a combination of the 'deaths' of the other avengers during Onslaught and his heavy drinking)

Black Knight (The effects of the ebony Blade)

Wonderman (due to the effects of his ionic energy)

thunderstrike (due to the influence of the Blood Axe)

Alot depends on whether you mean traditional mental illness, or mental health problems influenced by an outside source (such as a mystical axe or sword)

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Dr. Druid

Ares

I guess part of this is also how far you want to go with mental instability. Hercules is fairly stable, but has had his times of problems. Others like Sentry are crazy all of the time. Ares is harder to read because his godly nature might mean his state is considered mentally stable except his fellow gods consider him crazy.


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