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The Four was a villain team from New York[1] during the Boston Games.

Modus operandiEdit

Thry have a flare for artistic terrorism; scorched earth tactics, relying on their resistances against their own bioweapons.[2] They compliment this with stylish dress.[3] Despite this they stopped short when it came to slavery.[4]

This presentation has netted them a noticeable online following.[5]

StructureEdit

Groups full operations are unknown.

PRT ResponseEdit

Terrorism is generally not appreciated by the authorities unless it is to topple an opposing government.

HistoryEdit

BackgroundEdit

Committed some stylish bioterrorism in New York and persumably other places.

Boston GamesEdit

Attended villain meetings,[6] desired a cushy piece of the city.

Story StartEdit

Unknown if they were active four years later.

Gold MorningEdit

Unknown if they were still active at this point.

MembersEdit

Name Description
"Gunsmith" Has a strange powered gun-thing.[3]
"Plague woman" Leader?
? ?
? ?

TriviaEdit

  • Numerology gives numerous meanings to the number Four.

ReferencesEdit

  1. They were active in New York for a bit,” Angel said - Excerpt from Eclipse x.4
  2. “If they didn’t have any powers at all, I’d be scared of them,” Angel said. “They’re into bioweapons. Their mindset is to poison everyone, and have their guys recover faster. They use healing powers and equipment to reduce the damage to their side.” - Excerpt from Eclipse x.4
  3. 3.0 3.1 The Four. Two men and two women with white clothes trimmed in black. Their clothes had odd cuts, like a shirt that cut from the left hip to the right shoulder, where it became a collar so wide and draping it was almost a cape, folding over one shoulder. Their masks were horizontal white bars at the eyebrow, across their eyeline, and across the cheekbones. One of the men was displaying his power, holding onto a weapon that had the general shape of a rifle, if the pieces were formed of bits from a coral reef. The barrel was flexible and floppy. The entire thing was covered in brightly colored pustules, with the densest concentration hiding his hands. A woman had similar pustules across the side of her face, neck, and ear. - Excerpt from Eclipse x.2
  4. Detente nodded. “Four?”

    “What do you think about Orchard?”

    “We have a tenuous business relationship with them. Nothing that can’t be broken.”

    “Break it. Give us Hyde Park.”

    “Yes. We’ll talk,” Detente said. “Brothers?” - Excerpt from Eclipse x.3
  5. J spoke up, “They’re weirdly popular, I think it’s the style. There are galleries of art online with them surrounded by their colorful plague clouds.” - Excerpt from Eclipse x.4
  6. Eclipse x.3