MSFN Score: 99.17
Where to Farm?: Dark Dimension II
MSFN Thoughts: For a long time, Ultron has been the clear cut best character in Marvel Strike Force. However, with all the red star reworks and new legendary characters introduced over time, that title no longer holds true. Ultron currently does not have red stars available for him. I understand why, as it would be game over for everyone else. Due to a lack of red stars, Legendary characters like Phoenix have surpassed Ultron as their power levels become much greater. Still, you won’t notice Ultron’s weakness until about the 3rd boss node in Ultimus VII or Dark Dimension III where he just isn’t hitting very hard at all and can be one shotted by enemies. If you don’t have him yet, you are most likely and new to mid game player and I highly recommend unlocking him as soon as you can.
Tags: Villain, Global, Tech, Blaster
In Game Bio: A powerful robotic tyrant that summons drones to eliminate any threat to his mechanical regime.
|Basic Ability||Disintegration Beam|
Attack primary target for 340% damage + steal 2 positive effects. Clear Taunt on self.
Level Required: 65
|Special Ability||Factory Upgrade|
Summon 3 Ultron Minions at 340% normal damage and 100% of normal Health. Apply Defense Up to self and all ULTRON MINION allies for 2 turns.
Level Required: 68
|Ultimate Ability||Purge System|
Attack primary target for 700% Piercing damage. This ability deals double damage against targets with Defense Up. Gain 1 Ability Energy per positive effect on self.
Level Required: 70
|Passive Ability||Ultron Prime|
If Health is full at the start of a match, Revive once with 50% of this character’s Max Health.
On Kill, this character and all VILLAIN TECH allies have all positive effects prolonged by a duration of 1.
Level Required: 64
Marvel Character Bio:
Ultron came to be from the initial Ant-Man, Medical professional Henry “Hank” Pym. Dr. Pym also founded the Avengers with his wife, Janet van Dyne (AKA the Wasp), whom Ultron would come to consider a mother.
Motivated by his reports of Professor Gregson Gilbert’s man made getting Dragon Person, Pym commenced tinkering with synthetic intellect. After building a structurally crude robot (a torso on tank treads with spindly arms), Pym endowed it with consciousness using a copy of his own brain patterns as the basis for the robot’s programming. However, the robot inherited not only Pym’s great intellect, but his inherent mental instability—only without a human conscience.
To Pym’s shock, the robot developed a sophisticated intelligence within occasions of their activation as well as an unpredictable capability for emotion. Most notably, it was filled with irrational hatred for its “father” Pym and the human race Pym represented. “I know now that it is time to put your species out of its misery. You serve no value. You serve no purpose,” Ultron once said.
Ultron’s abilities differ with every update but consist of: superhuman energy sturdiness, the power of airline flight, along with other offensive weaponry like concussion blasters, radiation emitters and his “encephalo-ray,” which plunges its sufferers into a deathlike coma. The latter also allows Ultron to mesmerize and fully control the minds of his victims, alter their memories, or implant subliminal hypnotic commands within their minds to be enacted at a later time. Since he can transfer his consciousness from body to body, he is nearly indestructible.
Ultron sometimes uses a “molecular rearranger” (which makes Adamantium temporarily malleable) to reconstruct or modify his system. His inventions include androne-mutation gas. This gas converted hundreds of humans into mindless metallic-bodied slaves composed of Gallium Arsenide with built-in, makeshift computer chips that Ultron could control remotely through his own central consciousness.
In terms of his upgraded system, he usually applies to a metal humanoid form topped from a strange, gaping-mouthed go that vaguely is similar to a jack o’ lantern, usually offering dual electrodes affixed towards the ends of his brain. Since his Ultron-6 body, Ultron incorporates Adamantium (the strongest metal, which also coats Wolverine’s skeleton) into his frame, which is powered by an internal nuclear reactor. The Adamantium in question was procured for the evil robot by a brainwashed Vision.