Name: Mysterio (Quentin Beck)
MSFN Score: 65.83
Where to Farm?: Raid Store
MSFN Thoughts: I remember when Mysterio was announced, everyone was so excited at the thought of Mysterio multiplying himself. It sounded like a cool mechanic. However, once Mysterio made his way into Marvel Strike Force, players around the world were united in the thought that, this character sucks… Other than doing a heal block on the opposing team, he really doesn’t do anything else before dying. While he does suck, his Sinister Six team is alright and a great starter team. I highly recommend newer players farm Sinister Six characters as soon as possible all the way to seven gold stars as players can use the Sinister Six to unlock both legendary characters Invisible Woman and Shuri.
Tags: Villain, City, Tech, Controller, SpiderVerse, SinisterSix
In Game Bio: Mysterio is an enigmatic Controller who manipulates his enemies’ status effects.
|Basic Ability||The Ol’ One-Two|
Clear 3 positive effects from primary target. Attack primary target for 250% damage.
Level Required: 65
|Special Ability||Master of Illusion|
Apply Blind to primary target.
Gain an assist from a random SINISTER SIX ally.
Gain an assist from a random ally.
If target is a CITY HERO, apply Ability Block.
Level Required: 68
|Ultimate Ability||Smoke and Mirrors|
Attack all enemies for 350% damage. Apply Heal Block to all enemies.
Level Required: 70
|Passive Ability||Grand Masquerade|
On Spawn, apply 2 Deflect to self and all SINISTER SIX allies.
Gain +20% Focus for self per SPIDER-VERSE ally.
SPIDER-VERSE allies gain +20% Focus.
On Death, summon 2 Mirror Images at 260% of normal Damage and 150% of normal Health.
Level Required: 64
Marvel Character Bio:
Quentin Beck located his getting in touch with when his grandfather offered him an old film camera. Despite his widowed father making fun of him, he grew up to become a successful stunt man and special effects designer in Hollywood. That changed when he became frustrated and felt he wasn’t getting the recognition he deserved.
First he joined on top of the Tinkerer to grab business and army programs, with Beck donning an alien costume to have probable snoopers off of the keep track of and major a small grouping of meant extraterrestrials. Later, an article in the Daily Bugle gave Beck the idea of pretending to be Spider-Man and framing him for crimes, then becoming a hero and bringing Spider-Man to justice. Beck studied Spider-Man for weeks and was able to duplicate his powers, apart from spider-sense, mechanically.
After a couple of robberies posing because the internet-slinger, which extra far more grist on the mill for J. Jonah Jameson’s vendetta, Beck, as Mysterio, trounced an unsuspecting Spider-Man. When they next met, Beck fought and apparently beat Spider-Man, then boasted how he had achieved it all. Spider-Man taped the confession and cleared his name. Despite the clever gadgetry Beck built in to the Mysterio costume, Spider-Man managed to defeat him.