Real Name: Unknown
Identity/Class: Human mutate
Occupation: Agent of Mr.Tanaka
Affiliations: Mr.Tanaka (employer), Vain, Zero
Enemies: Adapt, The Fisher
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: Unknown, but the only time he was seen in action was in NYC
First Appearance: The Watch, Volume 2, #1 (Phosphorescent Comics, September 2001)
Powers/Abilities: Entropist claimed to control entropy, allowing him to make things decay and fall apart. This doesn't seem to cover the full extent of his displayed powers though. He caused the Fisher's sword to break in the middle of a fight, somehow disrupted Adapt's powers so that all the items he had absorbed simply dropped free from his body, and made the Fisher's shots go off in random directions.
Entropist was also a capable marksman, shooting both Adapt and the Fisher through the head at considerable range.
History: Entropist was a superhuman who worked for Mr.Tanaka. Along with two of his fellows, Zero and Vain, he was sent to retrieve two members of the Watch for his employer. They located Adapt and the Fisher in New York, and Entropist shot both men through the temples with a sniper rifle. Due to their respective powers both men survived uninjured, but both were temporarily incapacitated while the retrieval group moved in. Zero stunned Adapt, but was killed by the Fisher, who then confronted Vain. Entropist used his powers to stop the Fisher from shooting Vain, and then assist Vain in winning a sword duel with the killer priest, by making the Fisher's blade snap in half at a crucial moment. Vain ran his opponent through, just as Adapt recovered and confronted them again. Entropist then disrupted Adapt's powers, causing him to lose all the items he had absorbed into his body (and apparently collapse unconscious). Unfortunately for him, this took long enough for the Fisher to regenerate from his wounds and return to the fray. The Fisher cold-cocked Vain, then drew his pistols on Entropist, who pointed out that his opponent's bullets would go off in random directions. The Fisher, realising Entropist could not control where the shots went (just make them random), and knowing both he and his ally were immune to bullets anyway, rapidly discharged his weapons until one of his shots finally hit Entropist. Wounded in the neck, Entropist fell to the ground and lost control of his powers. The Fisher stepped up to him, placed a gun on his forehead, and shot him through the head at point blank range. It seems unlikely that Entropist could have survived.
Comments: Created by Christian Read and Andrew Phillips
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