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Thread Contributor: Steve RogersSteve Rogers, Marvel MCU

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steve rogers
full name: steven grant rogers
nicknames/aliases/code name: steve, cap, captain america, nomad
canon or oc: canon
anchor character: yes
species: human, enhanced, super soldier
gender: male
age: 99 or 32 depending if you count time in the ice
date of birth: july 4, 1918
place of birth: brooklyn
starting location: Hub
originating fandom: Marvel
fandom universe: Marvel MCU
pronouns: he/him
occupation: superhero, rogue avenger, criminal
languages: english, french, some bad german, can curse some in russian
playby: chris evans
height: 6’2
weight: 240lbs
hair color: dirty blonde
eye color: blue
distinguishing features: outside of the uniform? Nothing, really.
sexual orientation: bisexual, though always assumed to be straight
family: sarah and joseph rogers (parents), deceased; avengers, split
relationship status: single
  • Artificially Enhanced Physiology
  • Enhanced Intelligence
  • Enhanced Strength
  • Enhanced Durability
  • Enhanced Speed
  • Enhanced Stamina
  • Enhanced Agility
  • Enhanced Reflexes
  • Enhanced Senses
  • Regenerative Healing Factor

Artificially Enhanced Physiology

The super soldier serum gave Steve all of his incredible powers, but along with enhancing his physical prowess, it also cured him of all of the multitude of health problems that Steve possessed before Project Rebirth. Gone are all of his physical and genetic defects and vulnerabilities, leaving him to be the perfect specimen of human health. This also increased his metabolism to approximately four times the normal for a human being, causing him to eat far more, and much more often than usual people, and negating the effects of (most) alcohols, leaving Steve (mostly) unable to get drunk. There are exceptions to this.

Enhanced Intelligence

Steve's mental performance has been greatly enhanced to the very peak of human potential and beyond, thus allowing his mind to operate in the most efficient and rapid manner possible. Some manifestation of this is his exceptionally perfect charisma, eloquence, leadership skills, deductive/analytical skills, and tactical genius. Rogers has demonstrated the ability to quickly process multiple information streams (e.g., threat assessment) and rapidly respond to any changing tactical situations, by creating perfect winning strategies rapidly. He possesses perfect memory as demonstrated when he was able to perfectly replicate the locations of all HYDRA bases on a map, despite "only getting a glance." He is able to learn anything- he can memorize, understand and recall all kinds of information and skills in extraordinary capacity and in limited time.

Since the Super-Soldier serum amplifies personality aspects as well, Rogers' brain chemistry is also altered. Though he was brave, determined, stubborn, and compassionate before, the SSS has also amplified those character traits.

Enhanced Strength

Rogers' strength is immensely enhanced beyond the peak of human potential. His immense strength allows him to physically overpower combatants, including elite-trained humans, extraterrestrial troops, and robot sentries. He can effortlessly bend metal bars, slam through solid walls and reinforced glass, and pry open steel doors. In combat, his strength allows for him to send enemies flying several meters in the air from mere punches and kicks. He can even generate enough force to have his shield pierce the metal frame of a Quinjet. However, his strength is not up to the likes of Hulk and beings from other realms, such as Loki and Thor.

Nonetheless, his combination of strength, extremely effective muscle control and highly refined combat skills makes him an incredibly formidable opponent to those that would try to attack him. During his USO tours, Rogers was able to lift a motorcycle frame with three showgirls sitting on top without any strain. With one hand, Rogers can lift a grown man over his head and throw him like a rag doll. He was also able to pull himself away from the immense magnetic force applied on his hand by a magnetic lock, which most others cannot achieve.

Enhanced Durability

Steve's bones and muscles are vastly denser and harder than a human's, above the highest level of human potential, which makes him much incredibly more durable than any human being. Though he is not bulletproof, he can survive extreme blunt force trauma such as being hit with solid objects like his own shield, or contact with superhuman opponents like Loki, the Winter Soldier, and the Red Skull. With his vibranium shield, he is capable of surviving falls from immense heights that would absolutely kill a human.

Enhanced Speed

Steve can run and move at speeds beyond the peak of human potential, moving into the early levels of superhuman condition. He can keep up with most standard vehicles and cover a small area such as city blocks within a short period of time. Sam Wilson stated that Steve ran over 13 miles in less than 30 minutes, during their first encounter.

Enhanced Stamina

Steve's musculature produces less fatigue toxins during physical activity than the musculature of an ordinary human. Rogers' body eliminates the excessive buildup of fatigue-producing chemicals in his muscles, granting him exceptional endurance and lung capacity, greater than of normal humans. He can function in peak capacity for hours before showing fatigue.

Enhanced Agility

His immensely enhanced agility is greater than that of an Olympic gold medalist and leagues above even the world's greatest acrobats. He can coordinate his body with perfect balance, equilibrium, flexibility, and dexterity. He can reach very high places with great ease. While escaping the destruction of the HYDRA base that Bucky was held captive in, he was able to leap from one end of the complex to the other side in order to escape. During his chase of the Winter Soldier, Steve was able to leap outside his apartment into the building across the street. He can leap over cars with simple running moves. Steve uses his supremely enhanced agility to perform amazing parkour and gymnastic moves that would be impossible for a normal human to accomplish..

Rogers' years of training and experience have made him an acrobat, gymnast, and aerialist. He often utilizes these talents in combat for both evasive and offensive purposes. Combined with his extremely enhanced agility, Rogers has shown expertise in utilizing flips in his attacks and takedowns.

Enhanced Reflexes

Steve's reflexes are superior to those of the finest athlete. It is beyond human potential which allows him to dodge rapid gunfire in close range. Rogers was once able to evade a gatling gun's gunfire from a Quinjet as he was accelerating towards the airship on his motorcycle. His auto-reflexes allow him to easily dodge gunfire and respond quickly to fast paced combat. Soldiers are subdued by Captain America before they can even align their weapons on him. His immense reflexes can also be used to attack and counter instead of just defensive purposes, allowing him to punish attacks with devastating counters when fighting extraordinary quick opponents.

Enhanced Senses Steve's five natural senses have been enhanced. He can see, hear, smell, feel, and taste things imperceptible to humans. This allows him to see further, hear with amazing clarity, detect specific persons, objects, substances with his smell, etc. He was able to notice little things such as sweat coming to a man face to cue him off on danger. He has also spotted a HYDRA soldier high up in a tree completely hidden when platoons of soldiers had no idea. His instincts may also be enhanced.

Regenerative Healing Factor

The super-soldier serum caused Steve Rogers' physiology possesses accelerated healing and regeneration. He is immune to all infections, diseases and disorders; also Rogers cannot become intoxicated by alcohol, drugs, toxins, or impurities. This annoys him as he can't get drunk like his friends. However, it would appear that Asgardian liquor might work on him, as Thor shared some from a flask during an party with the Avengers. For Rogers, large cuts and bruises heal within minutes and even fatal gunshot wounds and fractures will mend within hours. Any and all injuries will heal and regenerate rapidly and perfectly without leaving a trace of injury. Steve regained consciousness in a short amount of time after nearly dying. His accelerated healing powers also helped him to rapidly rejuvenate to his prime conditioning and capabilities after he was defrosted, as well as it kept him alive when he was in cryo-stasis. It also seems to be rapidly regenerating already perfectly healthy slow-decaying cells. Thus Rogers has a form of ageless immortality.


  • expert hand to hand combatant
  • shield mastery
  • master tactician
  • pilot
  • leadership

Expert Hand to Hand Combatant

Steve is primarily a boxer and a brawler. He has, over time, picked up a smattering of other moves and techniques from other fighting styles and incorporated them into his own. That doesn’t make him a master of those styles by any means, but it does mean he can pull out some rather interesting and surprising combinations, leaving him more (though not entirely) unpredictable during a fight.

Shield Mastery

Steve can throw a shield much the same way as he can throw a punch. With precision, and devastating power. He can cause his shield to ricochet, hit multiple targets in one throw, and can hit with force enough to incapacitate or perhaps even kill. He can also cause the shield to behave more like a boomerang, the shield returning to him and allowing him to hit enemies from behind and retrieve the shield without moving forward or having it ricochet.

The skill that Steve possesses is instinctive in nature, and stems from his higher spatial awareness and other enhanced senses, as well as practice, practice, practice.

Master Tactician Steve is able to formulate battle strategies and his brilliant tactical sense allows him to alter any strategy to fit the changing need of the situation. His tactical brilliance came into play during the Chitauri assault on New York, first in organizing first responders to protect the civilian population, and then re-deploying other members of the Avengers to best defend the city with their limited resources.


Rogers has at least basic knowledge of aircraft piloting. In the 1940s, he crash landed Red Skull's plane on the Arctic. After returning, he proved able to fly a Quinjet.


  • human
  • sonic weapons
  • cryophobia
  • magic
  • single minded

Steve is, for all of his power and abilities, still human. He’s not bulletproof. Unlike some with more powerful regeneration abilities, he won’t just heal from a bullet (or whatnot) to the heart or brain, and would die. He’s not invincible, even if he looks that way to some of his fans. Poison can still affect him, and even possibly kill him.

Sonic Weapons

Steve possesses enhanced senses, which includes hearing. This means that sonic weapons affect him more than they would an unenhanced human. He’s susceptible to piercing noises on the same level he’s able to hear quieter ones.


Steve has a hate and fear of the cold. A chilly winter’s day could just means he wears a thicker jacket or coat, or it could keep him indoors. Ice in a drink isn’t going to set him to shivering, but being confronted with an expanse of snow or ice would quickly become nearly intolerable for him unless he finds respite. Being terribly (hypothermic) cold would likely trigger him into a state of panic. Like all people with fears and trauma, he has good days and bad days.


Rogers has no immunity or defense against magic. Like most people, he is susceptible to spells cast on him, and while he can brush off damage caused by burns, blasts, bolts and the like, a spell that affects him directly is something to dread.

Single Mindedness

Steve is often single minded to the point of obsession. The people he cares about, things he cannot, will not, stand to see come to pass… These are things to obsess and dwell on. Steve Rogers with a goal can be a comforting sight, and it can also be terrifying. Once he has his sights set, he refuses to give up or give in. And too often, he realizes that compromise is an option too late.

equipment: out-dated flip phone (black), Captain America uniform (torn, burned, and otherwise damaged), and a black Nomad outfit.
Steve Rogers was born July 4, 1918, or at least that is what the history books all say, and Steve has never bothered to argue. His father, Joseph, died in action in WWI before Steve was born, leaving Sarah Rogers to raise the sickly Steven on her own. Luckily, he met Bucky Barnes and the two became fast friends. And quickly after that, they became nearly inseparable, best friends. Bucky also became Steve’s protector, helping him in the fights that Steve refused to bow out of due to his own sheer, stubborn nature. His mother died when Steve was eighteen, after which he lived alone. Upon graduating high school, Steve attended art school, intending to become an artist.

When America became embroiled in the second world war, Bucky enlisted, and Steve tried his damnedest. Bucky helped train him, but in the end, Steve’s health kept him from being able to join until Doctor Erskine offered him a place in Project Rebirth, liking Rogers as a candidate.

He was the only successful subject of the super soldier program.

After Erskine’s assassination, Steve was folded into service, not as an actual soldier, but rather as a showpiece, performing in USO shows selling war bonds and punching Adolf Hitler in the face as a regular part of the show. During this time is when Captain America became an icon and a household name.

It didn’t last. Steve found out that his lifelong friend, Bucky, had been captured, and Steve went after him with the aid of Peggy Carter and Howard Stark, 30 miles behind enemy lines. He rescued Bucky along with the other prisoners in the Hydra camp, and escaped back to the safety of the USO base. After this, Steve was given command of his own team of soldiers, who called themselves the Howling Commandos, which included Bucky.

Bucky fell from a train on one of their missions against Hydra, something Steve never forgave himself for allowing to happen. It was only happenstance that it was on his very next mission that Rogers’ plane, the Valkyrie, went down over the Arctic.

America mourned the loss of Captain America.

But there were always those who sought him out. Museums put on exhibits about the American hero that he’d become, but the search continued for nearly seventy years.

Steve awoke in a room that almost reminded him of home. Everything was almost just right, but nothing was right and Steve figured it out quickly enough, busting out of the room to escape. It was Nick Fury who approached him, asking him to rejoin this new world he had awoke in. It was also Nick Fury who returned to him with a goal, a mission.

Save the world.

Steve joined the Avengers Initiative. They were an unlikely group, and their start wasn’t smooth, or even friendly. Loki’s spear affected them, and they fought, argued, and cajoled each other. They provoked each other. But when it came down to the wire, they made it work. They became the Avengers. Captain America, Iron Man, the Hulk, Thor, Black Widow and Hawkeye. They became family, slowly over time, and they added to their ranks; Falcon, Scarlet Witch, War Machine, and Vision.

Ultron changed everything. Tony, thinking to protect the world at large, was trying to make an AI powerful enough to run the Iron Legion. Thought he knew best. Kept secrets. They all should have known better, really, but it was what it was. And after what happened with Ultron and Sokovia, Steve had thought the secrets were done.

And then the Accords.

Steve had bucked the attempt to control him so completely. He refused. He wouldn’t sign, and he wasn’t going to just stop being Captain America, either. He wasn’t going to stop being true to himself. He wasn’t going to ask permission to do what people wanted, needed, him to do.

The rift the Accords, and the stances that he and Tony took on the new laws, was deep. It, they, ripped the Avengers apart. In the end, it came down to Steve, Bucky, and Tony in a bunker in Siberia, fighting it out. In the end it came down to Tony lying on the floor, demanding the shield, and Steve… Steve let it go. He let the shield drop, choosing to leave with Bucky.

He regretted the decision sometimes. Not that he would have left Bucky, but he knew he shouldn’t have left Tony there, either. He sent the phone only two days after the fight, wanting to make amends, needing Tony to know that if he needed Steve, Steve would be there.

Days after that, Steve broke into the Raft and freed his friends. He couldn’t, he wouldn’t, leave them there. They went to Wakanda, and stayed there.

It wasn’t until a few days ago that Steve decided to take a personal trip to Coney Island that he left for the first time in over a year.

Hub Information
landmarks in hub: Avenger’s tower, Coney Island, Steve’s brooklyn apartment, Avenger’s facility, Sam Wilson’s apartment, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Central Park
knowledge level of multiverse: Very basic, no knowledge of actual multiverse, acceptance of other dimensions and things beyond his current knowledge.
fandom specific information: Steve is an Avenger, a super soldier, post Civil-War
Anchor Character Section
which fandom: Marvel
which universe: Marvel MCU
timeline: post Captain America Civil War, Early September 2017
where is the Hub portal located: Coney Island
If not already established in canon do the following exist?

magic: Established - Exists
aliens: Established - Exists
advanced technology: Established - fairly advanced
mythical creatures: All things that would be considered ‘mythical’ have thus far turned out to be alien, extra-dimensional, or magic.
other: mutants are called ‘enhanced’ or ‘inhuman’

what landmark(s) to add to Hub? See personal landmarks. ( Avenger’s tower, Coney Island, Steve’s brooklyn apartment, Avenger’s facility, Sam Wilson’s apartment, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Central Park)
RP Sample
Mornings in Wakanda were beautiful. The sun creeping over the canopy of the jungle, reaching for the deepest blue parts of the sky left over from the night, Steve could sit and draw all morning and never grow tired of it. He could also fail to capture just how beautiful it was, because he wasn’t sure he could really grasp it, see it, anymore. Beauty. Beauty brought with it things like joy and warmth, and Steve… Steve had been cold and joyless since Siberia.

It still didn’t sit well with him, leaving Tony like that. Yes, he’d reached out to Natasha, made sure that Tony had gotten back safely. He knew that Tony had returned to the compound with Rhodes.

He hadn’t used the phone though. Steve hadn’t been sure if he had expected that Tony would use the phone, that he wouldn’t be able to resist, or if he’d expected that the phone would burn a hole in a drawer or safe somewhere, hidden away never to be used, never to be thought of again. Had Tony read his letter? He’d meant every word, he’d meant the apology, the desire that they hadn’t fallen out. Had Tony realized that, or had he thought it all platitudes? Had he bothered reading the letter at all, even? There was no way to get answers to any of those questions.

Well, there was, but Steve had determined not to call Tony first. Tony deserved time and space. Steve had wronged him by not telling him how his parents had died. Not telling him his suspicions that it might have been Bucky.

It took him by surprise, to feel movement against his shoulders where they rested against the building. But it wasn’t the building that was shaking; it was him. Only then did he become aware of the wetness on his cheeks, too. Slowly, Steve tipped his head forward into his hands, letting himself cry, because why not? Why couldn’t he grieve what he’d lost? It didn’t mean he didn’t acknowledge that it was his fault, that what had happened in Siberia could have been avoided if he’d just done the right thing and told Tony when he’d learned the truth himself. When the Triskelion fell, he had learned the truth, and had he told Tony then what he’d learned… Tony would have had time to process, to heal, and things could have gone so much differently.

Crying, grieving, like this didn’t make any of that less true.

He couldn’t believe in a world that would tell him he wasn’t able to feel his own loss, even if it were his own fault. But what was worse was knowing that regardless of how much loss he felt, it had to be so much worse for Tony. What had he done? When it had all started, everything had seemed so clear. Tony had been wrong, taking steps with the Accords without even talking to them. Since then, though, that clarity had dimmed, leaving Steve to question everything. In the end, Steve had ripped the Avengers, their family, apart, and so many of them were either with him or scattered… Tony was nearly alone, and Steve, well, Steve was unable to go to see his friend to comfort or apologize in person. And he couldn’t even know if Tony had read his apology. No way to know if Tony would ever be able to find it in him to forgive him. It was almost too much to bear. But Steve had to. He’d taken the Avengers apart, and now he had Clint, Sam, Wanda, Scott, and Bucky. Bruce and Natasha were both in the wind, Bruce in hiding, Natasha keeping her whereabouts unknown, but Steve suspected she was in contact with both camps. He didn’t blame her. In fact, he envied her, a little. To be able to maintain friendships on both sides of this mess.

What had gotten into him? Why had he been so unwilling to just listen, to hear Tony out when that was all Tony had wanted from him?

“Hate to break up the set.”

Why hadn’t he considered that when it counted, what it would be like to break up their family instead of those pens?!


To sum up Steve Rogers in one word is actually not impossible. Stubborn. That’s it, folks, that’s the one best word to describe the man who is known across the world as Captain America.

Oh, there are lots of other words you could use to describe the man, too. Words like compassionate, and focused. Words like competent and skilled and kind. And none of these other words would be wrong, not at all, Steve is definitely all of these things. He’s also loyal and driven and loving. He can be shy and considerate, and he can be angry and assertive. None of these are wrong, not a single one…

But we all have a core trait. That one thing that comes to mind immediately when someone else wishes to describe us, and when it comes to Steve Rogers, that core trait is definitely, definitely stubbornness. He’s a starving dog with a bone, he’s never going to give it up, he’s never going to take a step back or away. It can be endearing and sweet, but it can also be dangerous and infuriating.

Waking up in a new era is hard, and the fact that Steve has been able to adapt speaks to his ability to evolve as a person. It helped that he had people around him that were willing to ease the transition. Steve is resilient and adaptable, and while he’s stubborn, he is also vulnerable at times. He has friends and family in the Avengers, even those he left behind. He loves them all.

Being friends with Steve Rogers is a lifelong commitment, as much for him as it is for you. His friendships aren’t fleeting, and he is loyal to a fault. Even when that friendship is rocky and difficult, it is there, and it is steadfast, come what may.

Enemies are different, though. Steve isn’t one to really give into hate, not easily. Whereas even a friend he’s fighting against can remain a friend, an enemy can be more fleeting. There are some, like Hydra, who will always be enemies, but there are others who have, and can, change their standing in Steve’s eyes. For Steve, the enemy is whoever is shooting at him, though sometimes that can be a friend, too.

Romance isn’t something Steve has all that much experience with. There was Peggy, and she was great, but he crashed into the arctic and was taken by the ice before anything could come of that budding romance. When he woke up, Peggy was an old woman, and while he never stopped loving her, well, it was a different sort of love then. She’d moved on, and he moved on too.

nicknames: Eve, the seal, etc
age: Some things do not need to be known!
pronouns: she/her/hey you
timezone: US Central Time
contact: Hipchat (Nyte), aim (evespring@hotmail.com), I have skype, just ask for it.
triggers: Not much really. I don’t like plots/ships where there is cheating involved. If you’re gonna, please warn me.
mature threading: I tend to fade to black >.>
other characters: Steve’s my first for now! about: I like seals and martens. I have four dogs, they’re my babies, expect to hear about them sometimes. I’m married. My phone is my lifeline.
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