Not much is known of this strange, dwarf-like hero, other than this 21st century version may be tied to the same hero who may have fought beside the WWII version of the Allied Fighters SG from 1942 to 1943.
After several Pacific theater campaigns and battles during WWII, Brewster mysteriously disappeared while flying en-route to the Marshal Islands. No physical remains or evidence were ever found of him.
Recently, Brewster showed up during a recruiting campaign for the newly reformed Allied Fighters. He looks much like the original Brewster, but had more unique weapons and now an army of robots and drones that serve him.
He is energetic and funny (makes jokes, does impressions, goofs around) just like he was back in WWII, always looking to do what is right, and more interestingly, with a simplistic almost childlike awe of the world.
Is this the same hero from WWII? If so, where has he been for the last several decades?
Lukas is the great grandson of Lithuania's first president, whom later abdicated his position and emigrated to the United States after the Soviet Union took control of Lithuania is WWII. As such, Lukas has dual citizenship in the U.S. and Lithuania.
As a boy, he grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. Although well off, he found himself getting into fights with bullies while trying to protect the innocent or defenseless. This got him the Lithuanian nickname of 'Viltis', or ''The Hope'.
In1996, with the Berlin Wall already fallen and Lithuania's independence in full swing, he applied his dual citizenship and went to college at the Vilnius University, majoring in technological sciences. After college, he joined the Lithuanian Armed Forces, specifically with LITHSOF (Lithuanian Special Operations Forces) Hostage Rescue unit.
While a Lieutenant in LITHSOF, the nefarious Soviet Guard and their Red Guard troops performed a military takeover of Lithuania. The Soviet Guard decimated most of the Lithuanian armed forces, leaving only weak remnants of some units left. Lukas led a mish-mash of those units to victory wherein they not only stopped the the Soviet Guard's coupe, but captured and/or killed several of the Soviet Guard members. Lukas was noted in the final grand battle with the Soviet Guard's leader, The Generalissimo, for his charging in, bloodied and battered, and stopping the Generalissimo's troops with only an 'appropriated' Red Guard trooper's energy rifle and a radio. He was promoted to Captain on the spot and became a national hero known as the "Hope" and the "Hero of Vilnius".
A few years later, in a hijacking situation above Boston, Lukas was able to sneak on-board the flight and stop a potential terrorist plot that would have nuked Boston. In that time, an aged CIA operative and ex-leader of the WWII hero group, the Allied Fighters, codenamed Major Invader, was also doing the same thing, and worked side-by-side with Lukas on stopping the plot. Major Invader, highly impressed with Lukas' efforts and fearlessness, decided to provide him a powerful tech battle suit. The new battle suit gave Lukas a chance to do more than just hostage rescue, and as such, left the military and became the next famous European superhero.
Recently, the newly named "Captain Lithuania" was invited to join the Allied Fighters in their quest to stop the reanimated Baron Berlin and his Axis Force from starting an evil restart of the Third Reich.
The day before his meeting with Major Invader, Boston was attacked by a wave of alien creatures. Taking charge of a loose band of untrained superheroes, Lukas and his team fought the aliens, but at a cost of every single hero in Lukas' team other than him.
After the alien creatures were defeated, Lukas wanted to fight in the name of those fallen heroes and has since volunteered and dedicated himself to leading Delta Squad of the Allied Fighters!
Lukas 'inherited a power as a result of his great grandmother's exposure to the WWI German X65 gas.
Dr. Randall Prichard
Dr. Randall Prichard is a noted psychologist who was shot protecting several innocents, died and came back to life as Baltimore, Maryland's new superhero.
While out to dinner with his wife, the restaurant was held up by a violent gang. The leader started spraying the place with automatic gunfire, for which the doctor jumped in front of the hail of bullets, shielding the patrons, but took several bullet hits of which two went through his brain. His pregnant wife died from a stray bullet.
A mad scientist named Doctor Phlebotinum, stole Dr. Prichard's dead body from the morgue and within the hour experimented on it using a form of nanobites created by one of Phlebotinum's captured scientists. Once the nanobites were loosed in Dr. Prichard's body, he began to heal rapidly, including, miraculously, his memories, while also supercharging his brain stem and cells to create new psychic powers. Dr. Prichard reanimated, and in a display of high-speed mentally controlled actions, was able to defeat Doctor Phlebotinum and his minions and escape.
Devastated at the loss of his wife and unborn child, and everyone believing him dead, he became a depressed homeless man, living under the bridges of Baltimore.
In one instance, an innocent family from Germany were being held up by a gang of thugs in a Baltimore park. Prichard instinctively came to their rescue and in an impressive display of acrobatics, evasion and fighting, was able to save them...except the German family's daughter who was stabbed in the fight. Prichard, not having any medical tools or first aid equipment, instead, instinctively, placed his hands on the wounds of the girl, wherein the nanobites 'healed' the girl. The media caught the whole thing on video and dubbed him "Doc Baltimore".
In one fight with a drug gang, Prichard obtained a shotgun from a bad guy, and has since always carried it for backup.
After months of helping others on the street, Prichard was given a $100,000 reward for his actions. At the ceremony on Baltimore's City Hall steps, he was given a new suit to use, created by a local popular fashion designer, wherein he became Baltimore's official guardian.
Years later, elected officials tried to coerce Doc Baltimore to help them 'take out' their political competition. When the Doc refused, the crooked politicians used the media to destroy Doc Baltimore's reputation, where eventually he became labelled as a 'vigilante' and was instead hunted by the police.
Passing the trials, Doc Baltimore is now in the Allied Fighter's Delta Squad and is considered the squad's healer and psychic powers guy.
Jacques Jeane Demers (alias: "Jack-Ass" (Major Invader's nickname for his son))
Brendan O'Donnell was a normal Irish teen living in Bantry, Ireland.
His single-parent mother worked at the Fishery in town, scraping by a living. Brendan had played Rugby growing up and although small for his age, was a bit of a scrapper on and off the field.
One afternoon in 2012, Brendan was informed that drug-dealers who were smuggling drugs in the fish catches at his mom's cannery, had killed his mother when she tried to alert the police. The police caught the dealers, however, Brendan, in a fit of anger and despair, attacked the murderers at the local police station and killed them or beat them within an inch of their lives. Brendan tore the police station to the ground as a result of this event with his new-found powers.
After being subdued and blood tested, it was found he was the illegitimate son of the legendary WWII hero, the Irish Fighter. The original Irish Fighter from WWII was near immortal, and had sired many children in his time and had obviously had an affair with his mother. Interestingly enough, most of the Irish Fighter's other children did not have any powers, but Brendan was one of the few with powers.
The original Irish Fighter broke Brendan out of jail and had a brief discussion with him. As a result, Brendan was sent off to Boston and his old WWII buddy, Major Invader of the Allied Fighters, to be trained as the new Irish Lad!
At her graduation ceremony, Major Invader stated that she hadn't chosen a codename yet, and in a rare, emotional scene, the Major admitted that he saw a spirit and determination in Cheryl that reminded him of his ex-wife, Miss Vindicator. Thus, the Major authorized Cheryl the honor of using her new codename: Ms. Vindicator!
- High powered energy blast that can flatten a truck at full power. Power supply allows for over 200 blasts before the energy cells need to recharge.
Baraw is a Cebuano term used in the art of Eskrima that means knife or dagger. The term Baraw is more commonly used on the Cebu Island in the Visayan region whereas other islands and regions more commonly use the term Daga but both terms are often interchangeable within the Filipino martial arts community.
The terms Baraw and Daga can be used either as Solo Baraw or Solo Daga associated with single knife fighting and defense systems, Doble Baraw or Doble Daga associated with the double knife fighting systems or even with a combination of long and short weapons e.g. stick and dagger fighting systems Olisi Baraw or sword and dagger fighting systems Espada y Daga.
- Daga/Cuchillo/Baraw: daggers or knives of different shapes and sizes
- Balisong: fan knife or butterfly knife from Barrio Balisong in Batangas province. The handle is two-piece and attaches to a swivel that folds to enclose the blade when shut.
- Karambit: claw-shaped Indo-Malay blade held by inserting the finger into a hole at the top of the handle.
- Bolo: a knife/sword similar to a machete
- Pinuti: a type of bolo from Cebu
- Iták or sundáng: a sword created by the Bugis people of Indonesia. Its blade is usually wavy.
- Barang: flat-headed blade
- Binikoko: long blade named after a porgy fish
- Dinahong palay: blade named after a type of poisonous snake
- Kalis or Kris: Indo-Malay dagger, often given a wavy blade, it is most commonly used in the southern provinces
- Kampilan: fork-tipped sword, popular in the southern Philippines
- Sibat: spear
- Improvised weapons: Icepicks, box cutters, screwdrivers, broken bottles
- Sarong: a length of fabric wrapped around the waist
- Ekut: handkerchief
- Tabak-toyok: chained sticks or nunchaku
- Latigo (Spanish for whip): consisting of a handle between 8 and 12 inches (200 and 300 mm), and a lash composed of a braided thong 3–20 ft (0.91–6.1 m) long. The "fall" at the end of the lash is a single piece of leather 10–30 inches (250–760 mm) in length.
- Improvised weapons: Belt, bandana, handkerchiefs, shirts, towels with hard soap bars, ropes, power cables, etc.