The Technohol 13 Alphabetical Character Roster: B
B'ntri (Typical): inhuman monstrosities hailing from a forgotten, rogue world with no name, the B'ntri are cunning, magically inclined, tentacular horrors. These beasts spread like wildfire through known space, eating their way through the cosmos! Availability:
Babau (Tanar'ri): babau assemble the vast tanar'ri armies required to wage the Blood War. They conscript their least and lesser cousins into the fight, while themselves avoiding the front lines as long as they can keep the 'recruits' coming. Availability:
Babel: Thame Panagitis became obsessed with bringing about a world government, after his exposure to KGB defector Alexei Ruyanev's ideas. Helping him form the Medusa Web, Thame went on to lead its clandestine efforts to unite the planet. Availability:
Backblast: after growing up in the shadow of New York City's greatest airport, Edward J. Menninger decided he'd had enough. Made to hate airplanes after years of exposure to their loud noise and bright lights, he enlisted to get a job in the Army blowing the things up! Backblast comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Backfire: a nondescript guy before the White Event, George was a hard up loser. While the Event gave him impressive reflective powers, he's still a loser, endlessly perpetrating his raunchy personality upon the Web during its many paramilitary actions. Availability:
Backstop: though he's been run out of every sport he tried, from hockey to wrestling to boxing, Robert finally found a home in GI Joe. The man is brutally competitive, and has a habit of leaving broken opponents in his wake - and that's just his friends! Availability:
the Badger: though lightly armed, the Badger is incredibly fast and astoundingly maneuverable. A modified, heavily armored Jeep, this lemon-colored off-road vehicle is great for leading the charge against any Cobra infantry in the field - no matter where they're hiding out! the Badger comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Doctor Lucian Ballad: assigned to the Remsen children after their parents died in a bombing, psychologist Lucian Ballad was amazed to find out that both were paranormals, and convinced them to use their abilities to help others. Availability:
Tullius Ballad: Doctor Lucian Ballad's evil twin, Tullius has always been obsessed with destroying his counterpart. Believing this the only way to claim his soul for his own, he became a powerful Voodoo Bokor in order to defeat his 'good' side! Availability:
Kayla Ballantine: when her boyfriend Quasar returned from a cross-time adventure, he inadvertently passed the Star Brand to Kayla. Though she didn't realize it at first, various villains were able to perceive the thing, and schemed to take it from her. Availability:
Balors (Tanar'ri): most powerful of the true tanar'ri, balors are few and far between. However, the blazing power they wield is enough to cow even the most arrogant tanar'ri into submission - further aiding their crusades against the hated baatezu! Availability:
Banzai: seeking purpose and direction, Robert J. Travalino walked the earth, and went on adventures. In Tibet, he encountered a reclusive ninja master who helped forge him into a weapon that could decide his own destiny. And Robert has since decided to become a Gi Joe ninja! Banzai comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Bar-lgura (Tanar'ri): strong resembling conventional orangutans, bar-lgura aren't much smarter than those mundane creatures. Of course, normal animals don't bear an arsenal of demonic powers, much less such sullen, blinding blinding rage...! Availability:
Barbecue: thrill-seeker and all around party animal, Barbecue became a fire fighter for the sheer thrill of it all. The only dedicated firefighter on the GI Joe team, Barbecue tends to be placed on missions with the flamethrower experts. Availability:
Barnaby Eveningstar: a scholar researching evil magic in order to better combat it, Barnaby Billingsly studied vampirism intently, and even managed to wield it as a mere mortal. Unfortunately for him, however, his diabolical power got the best of him. Availability:
Seņor Barnett: the child of two super heroes, Arpad Barnett didn't develop powers initially, living a cheerfully normal life. At least, he did until his uncontrollable technopsionic legacy caught up with him, and seemingly unhinged the man! Availability:
Baron Blood: after an encounter with the mighty Dracula, malcontent blueblood John Falsworth became a vampire himself. His twisted need for vengeance against his brother eventually drove him to Nazi Germany, for aid in crushing his relative and homeland. Availability:
the Baroness: after her brother was seemingly killed by an American soldier, the girl who would become the Baroness was consumed with a need for vengeance, and her foray into international terrorism ultimately led to an association with Cobra. Availability:
the Barracuda: an incredibly small vehicle, the Barracuda is in effect a one man submarine. This tiny aquatic ride can swim beneath the waves to attack Cobra's sea-based vessels, rapidly sinking them with torpedoes (or just its sharpened hull) before the evil terrorists even know what hit them! The Barracuda comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Barrel Roll: Dwight E. Stall comes from a family with a long tradition of military service. He is the first of three siblings to complete the Gi Joe training course, and has proven to be the most capable Joe in his family (save where his brother Blackout beats him in sheer depravity). Barrel Roll comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Barricade: an urban combat expert by trade, Phillip was trained long and hard in his art - which made joining the Gi Joe team almost easy for him. A late comer to the group, he nonetheless works hard to prove his mettle - and to protect his fellow Joes when he leads them into a hostile city...! Barricade comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Louis 'Treetop' Barrington: this somewhat shady man was a Huey pilot doing covert op troop insertions / extractions during Vietnam, but resorted to taking any job from the highest bidder afterwards - until Mark Hazzard helped him to see the light. Availability:
Basher Bob: a brain-addled dwarf from elsewhere, Basher Bob was mistaken for a Warrior of Thor upon his inadvertent arrival in New York. Delivered to their lodge by the authorities, he just sort of moved in since everyone there assumed he belonged, too. Availability:
Battle Android Troopers: BATs are mass-produced in various Cobra Island factories, using factory seconds for microprocessors and mechanical components built in third world sweat shops. Though dumb as hammers, BATs are heavily armed and dangerous! Availability:
The Battle Blitz: a six wheeled, all-terrain vehicle with a large vertical profile, the Battle Blitz is one of the Joe team's 'Spy Troops' vehicles with a built in surprise - this being a built-in 'land luge' launcher a Joe can ride at incredible speeds! Availability:
the Battle Copter (Cobra): after the Gi Joe team developed small, man-portable helicopter vehicles to provide emergency aerial capability in a pinch, Cobra decided to get in on that action, and 'appropriated' a few examples of their prototype rides. The result is, of course, the Cobra Battle Copter! Comes in Classic and Saga styles!
the Battle Copter (Gi Joe): while the Air Commandos can get somewhere in a hurry and do so in a quiet manner, they're admittedly at the mercy of the weather somewhat. Keeping this in mind, the Gi Joe team built a powered alternative to their gliders, in the form of this backpack helicopter! the Battle Copter comes in Classic and Saga styles!
the Battle Wagon: a large offensive vehicle, the Battle Wagon lives up to its name. It looks like a giant, oversized pickup truck with a missile launcher mounted where the bed should be. And, well, with laser guns and a strange cab with a freaky grille. But you know. the Battle Wagon comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Bazooka: a former tank jockey until his sudden epiphany about untrained yahoos immobilizing million dollar hardware with two hundred dollar handheld rockets, Bazooka instead became a missile specialist himself, plying his trade for the GI Joe team! Availability:
Beach Head: one of the hardest, meanest Rangers ever to come out of Fort Benning, Wayne is a perfect addition to GI Joe, as his never-ending quest for personal perfection tends to rub off on others - even if it does so in a somewhat abrasive fashion! Availability:
Beachcomber: an expert astrogeologist, Beachcomber loves nothing more than to explore beautiful, remote reaches of worlds throughout the cosmos. Unfortunately for him, he's found himself in the middle of a war that has raged for million of years. Availability:
the Behemoth Remote Controlled Tank: this ominous, glossy black tank was an advanced, remote controlled weapon of war that Krotze International had developed for the Department of Defense to wage war without putting American soldiers at risk. Availability:
Big Bear: filling the role of Horror Show in the Oktober Guard after a fashion, Big Bear was recruited onto the team after the death of most of its original line-up. Big and surly, Big Bear more than makes up for his attitude with his effective performance. Availability:
Big Ben: an elite British S.A.S. soldier, David is just as competent as your average American Special Forces trooper. Though trained differently, he's just as good as his fellow Joes are in the eradication of Cobra forces, no matter what the nefarious terrorists are up to...! Big Ben comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Big Boa: despised by GI Joe and Cobra operatives alike, Big Boa is the chief drill instructor of the latter group. A seeming force of nature gone wrong, Big Boa has what it takes to whip even Cobra's teeming masses of criminal scum into fighting shape! Availability:
Big Brawler: with his dual specialty in Army intelligence and jungle survival, Brian proved more than effective at rooting out jungle-based terrorists. This made him an excellent fit for the Gi Joe team, as Cobra has a tendency to hide their bases in the thickest, nastiest jungles they can find! Big Brawler comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Big Lob: an obsessive basketball fan, Big Lob showed he was a true athlete upon breezing his way through basic training. He's since proved himself to both the regular brass and the GI Joe team, and excels in all manner of the team's special missions! Availability:
(just) Billy: the only known son of the diabolical Cobra Commander, Billy's life has proven to be an endless cavalcade of calamity. He rises above his awful family life, though, by doing his best to ensure no one else suffers as he has at the hands of Cobra! Availability:
the Black Marvel: passing extensive and extreme tests of strength, stamina and dexterity, Dan Lyons proved worthy of carrying the mantle of the Black Marvel. Living up to its responsibilities, he constantly strives to right wrongs! Availability:
Black Widow: when her younger sister was murdered by a Hollywood gangster, Claire Voyant made a Faustian pact with Satan in order to get revenge. Of course, this damned her to a life of constantly retrieving evil souls for that demon. Availability:
Blast-Off: the single greatest fire fighter the state of Missouri ever knew, Jeffrey D. Thompson single-handedly put out a forest fire after his fellows were incapacitated by smoke - earning him a place on the Gi Joe team. Of course, now he sets fires as well as exinguishing them - go figure. Blast-Off comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Blaster (GI Joe): smitten with ground effect vehicle technology since his youth, Brian enlisted to acquire the funding he needed to develop it further. This worked out better than he imagined, and now Brian is on the bleeding edge of its development! Availability:
Blazing Skull: fired upon while reporting on the second Sino-Japanese war, ace reporter Mark Todd sough shelter in a cave inhabited by strange Skull-men. Finding him honorable, they made Mark into their champion - the Blazing Skull! Availability:
Blizzard: Gregory is tough because he has to be, for he knows that with his job as a cold weather soldier - much less the instructor of such - he will become a statistic if he goes easy on himself. And his charges will as well, if he goes easy on them. Availability:
the Blockbuster: a large 6WD vehicle, the Blockbuster is designed primarily for Arctic combat, but can be deployed in just about any environment (though its white paint job may hinder that some). It's armed with a massive pom-pom launcher and Gatling cannon bank, so watch out! The Blockbuster comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Blocker: tiring of life as a Boston cab driver, David enlisted to get a ride with which he could shoot back at the opposition. He's proven so good at fighting behind the wheel that he was eventually selected to be a Battle Force 2000 vehicular combatant! Availability:
the Blonde Phantom: a secretary for the Mark Mason Detective Agency, Louise Grant was secretly the Blonde Phantom! When Mark stumbled upon any serious threat on the job, Louise'd step in as the Phantom and set things straight! Availability:
Blowtorch: Timothy joined the Army to master the most ancient weapon: fire! Though he wields the stuff like a demon in battle, Timothy is probably the biggest proponent of fire safety on earth, knowing full well what it's capable of. Availability:
Bludgeon: something of a schemer, Bludgeon is the rare, grandiose sort of villain who can back up his talk with muscle. He's strong and tough on top of his mental brawn, and had he not joined up with Scourge, he'd have founded the Destructicons himself! Availability:
Blue Blade: riding away from his destitute farm during the Dust Bowl, Roy Chambers decied to become rich and famous - no matter the cost. And how else to do this than do what everyone else was of late: donning an ostentatious costume and doing good deeds! Availability:
the Blue Blaze: exposed to a mysterious blue blaze his father had discovered in the midst of a tornado, Spencer Keen was slain outright. Rising from his grave a century later, Keen was driven to fight against evil and injustice... as the Blue Blaze! Availability:
Blue Diamond: when an immense blue diamond exploded in his hands, anthropologist Elton T. Morrow was imbued with the stone's strange powers. Though he did so reluctantly, Elton used his new powers against evil as... the Blue Diamond! Availability:
Bluestreak: having never been the same since his home town was destroyed by Decepticons, this lone survivor of Praxus talks non-stop in order to prevent himself from thinking about his past. Though this usually annoys his fellow Autobots, it sometimes works. Availability:
Blur: a former Burger King ™ manager, Jeffrey Walters was transformed into a super speedster in the wake of the White Event. Unable to deactivate his accelerated motion, Jeffrey is constantly shaking out of control - a veritable Blur! Availability:
the Bomb Disposal Unit: handy for Exposive Ordnanace Disposal work, this small, treaded device can handle undetonated weaponry (both allied and enemy) with relative safety. In other words, the Bomb Disposal Unit helps GI Joe render an area safe! Availability:
Bombstrike: Alyssa has shown once again that her family is destined for greatness. Like her brother Barrel Roll, Alyssa has proven her mettle and joined the Gi Joe team as a forward air controller - much to the chagrin of her other brother, the evil Cobra operative known as Blackout... Bombstrike comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Boo-Getty: Redneck Zombie: transformed into a so-called 'greater zombie' by a mad wizard with designs on global domination, Jeb Jacobs instead decided to use his newfound physical power and renewed life to further his own ends, and not his re-creator's. Availability:
Boss Sarpo: a devious crime boss based in Ohio, Boss Sarpo never met a crime he didn't like. In addition to looting entire towns of everything not nailed down, Sarpo entered the big leagues when he gained control of Electro for a time! Availability:
Brain Drain: a morally dubious scientist, Werner Schmidt was crushed by a falling space craft shortly after duplicating the American Super-soldier Serum. Rebuilt by his new friends in a robot body, he returned to curse the world as the bizarre Brain Drain! Availability:
the Brain-wave Scanner: Doctor Venom's single greatest invention, this device gives Cobra access to the very minds of others! Capable of probing or controlling minds, use of the Scanner is itself torture, as it inflicts undue agony while operational. Availability:
Brainrave: a telepath with a severe electronica fetish, Comyna is a happy go lucky adventurer whether or not she's currently working with Mindwatch. She's as likely to go clubbing as she is stomping on Mindwatch's enemies, mind you. Availability:
the Brawler: a large, self-propelled gun, the Brawler's main feature is its' 77mm Howitzer cannon. Of course, then there's the large surface to air missile launchers, and the twinned machine gun mounts, and its freaky-cool ablative armor technology. It really lives up to its name! the Brawler comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Brawn: a braggart boastful about his sheer physical power, Brawn is more than ready to back up his claims with results. While he's smaller than most Autobots, Brawn's definitely one of the strongest and toughest brawlers in that group's roster! Availability:
Breaker: Alvin is a master of at least seven languages and most NATO radio gear. Despite an initial lack of combat experience, and being one of the youngest men to ever become a Joe, Alvin has proven indispensible as the team's communications officer. Availability:
Colonel Brekhov: leader of the original Oktober Guard, Colonel Ivan Nikelovich Brekhov is notorious for his take no prisoners and make no apologies attitude. This cigar-chomping veteran is a fair and patriotic role model for his subordinates! Availability:
Brick: not much is known about this bizarre murder machine, other than the fact that he has been utilized by Edmund Roth in the past. A capable killer, Brick is nonetheless susceptible to the ultrasonic frequencies used to control his mind. Availability:
Brick Wall: offensive tackle for the New York Smashers, Beauford 'Brick Wall' Wohl is also the other half of the Kickers' muscle, helping the team to deal with trouble while they investigate paranormal mysteries when he isn't balancing the books! Availability:
the Bridge Layer: a perfect vehicle for combat engineers like Tollbooth, the Bridge Layer is an armored bridge-deploying vehicle, designed to help allied personnel and vehicles (armored or otherwise) to cross troublsome terrain with ease. Availability:
Mick Bronson: unlike many of the people he worked for, Mick wasn't too bright. Though he lacked the engineering wizardry of Fritz Krotze, or even Richard Faylen, he had a certain something the two of them lacked: the capability and willingness to kill. Availability:
Browneye the Pirate: cursed to forever wander the seven seas after offending a powerful sorceress, Alastair has taken full advantage of said 'curse' to wander the earth, pillaging and looting all the while - except for the time he spent on 'ice'. Availability:
Colonel MacIntyre Browning: a high ranking Army intelligence officer, Colonel 'Mac' Browning was called in to investigate the Pitt disaster. The man did his best to contain the situation, but it was truly beyond his - or anyone else's - understanding. Availability:
Bruno: both an ardent patriot and a fan of really big explosions, Bruno Werner turned out to be a perfect recruit for the D.A.A. - even if he managed to get himself on the F.B.I.'s Most Wanted list shortly after being put to use by those vigilantes...! Availability:
Bruticus (RiD): having taken the form of the mythical beast, Cerberus, Bruticus excels in his job as Megatron's jailer. Using his various inherent, sharp implements of pain, he easily keeps Megatron's Autobot prisoners (and naughty Predacons) in line! Availability:
Bucky 2: after the first Captain America and Bucky seemingly perished at sea, the government quickly replaced them for the sake of public morale. Fred Davis, a friend of Bucky Barnes, was chosen to fill in for his lost buddy! Availability:
Budo: though he was content to spend his time enjoying heavy metal and tinkering with his Harley, young Kyle was surprised to learn his great-great-grandfather was a samurai warrior. Given the family's ancestral home, he has strived to live up to this legacy. Availability:
Bulezau (Tanar'ri): the rumored creations of mad tanar'ri lord Baphomet, the ill-tempered bulezau are hate-driven murder machines. Though somewhat concentrated in the 600th layer of the Abyss, one can find them all over that plane these days. Availability:
Bullet-Proof: Earl has done his time as a D.E.A. operative in some of the world's biggest drug hot spots, including the Golden Triangle. Earning his nickname the hard way, he's been recruited onto the Gi Joe team to lead its very own drug interdiction force, the D.E.F.! Bullet-Proof comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Bullhorn: an amazing crisis negotiator, Stephen is also a world class shot with a pistol and a former Quantico hand to hand combat instructor. In other words, he has the ability to talk down some nutjobs, and can dismantle others when words fail him! Availability:
Bumblebee: one of the smallest Autobots, Bumblebee is also one of their bravest. Ready, willing, and eager to further the cause, he will go out of his way to make a mission succeed in the best possible way, and is highly regarded by his fellows as a result. Availability:
Bunene: the first son of Aya and Shamash, Bunene is the latter's sukkal, or vizier. It is Bunene's task to drive Shamash's chariot across the sky each day, and to intercede between Shamash and the many mortals who implore him for aid and/or power. Availability:
Jacob Burnsley: Jacob is a retired Army quartermaster who, after an encounter with the Star Child, walked away with a portion of the Star Brand! Implored to use his new power wisely, Jacob has performed various good deeds with the mighty Star Brand. Availability:
Bushido: though he dresses like a samurai, Bushido was actually trained by Snake-Eyes and Storm Shadow. A newer member of the Ninja Force, he has trained to become the very first snow ninja, and excels in hand to hand combat no matter how cold it gets outside! Bushido comes in Classic and Saga styles!
the Buzz Boar: possibly the world's first tactical boring device, the Buzz Boar is a one-man subterranean assault vehicle used by Cobra to deposit weapons and other materials underground for safe keeping or later use, and to ambush enemies from below! Availability:
Buzzer: a former Cambridge sociologist, Buzzer joined an Australian biker gang after studying it, finding it a great outlet for his new hatred for modern life. Too much for them to handle, Dick eventually wound up working for Zartan. Availability:
Buzzsaw: outdoing even Soundwave's sadism, Buzzsaw attempts to disguise his murderous artistic impulses with an erudite vocabulary and the seeming of sophistication. Those who observe Buzzsaw working on his latest 'masterpiece' know better, however. Availability:
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