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The Maestro was a version of the Hulk from an alternate future timeline , approximately a hundred years into the future, combining Banner's intelligence with the Hulk's more malevolent aspects. After a nuclear war killed almost all of the Earth's superhumans and brought the world to the brink of extinction, the Maestro seized control and became the ruler of Dystopia.

Grey-haired and balding, the Maestro was clearly older than the Hulk but was also significantly stronger due to the radiation he absorbed since the war. He ruled the city of Dystopia, built to his own designs and protected by radiation shielding. Brutal soldiers with hi-tech equipment kept the "peace" and imposed the Maestro's iron will. The Maestro himself dwelt in a grand palace, where a bacchanalian atmosphere reigned. Other gamma-irradiated beings, She-Hulk (now calling herself "Shulk") and the Abomination , survived the war and seemed to have conquered other areas of the world.

Not long after the war, an elderly Rick Jones encountered the reality hopping mutant Proteus , who had possessed the body of an alternate reality Hulk from the year 2099 . Proteus intended to discard his current body and possess the Maestro. Jones, unaware of his plan, provided a weapon created by the X-Man Forge , which might have been able to kill Maestro. However, the plan failed when the Maestro was warned by the Exiles , who were pursuing Proteus. Proteus possessed a new host and fled to another world, breaking the Maestro's neck during his escape. [3]

Years later, the Maestro, fully recovered from his injury, encountered a time-traveling Genis-Vell and Spider-Man 2099 . Manipulated by the supervillain Thanatos , the three battled, but Captain Marvel and Spider-Man eventually returned to their own time, with no consequences for the Maestro. [4]

Acquiring Doctor Doom's time machine, the rebels opposing the Maestro (led by Rick Jones) eventually decided to bring the "Professor" Hulk forward from the past, hoping that he could defeat Maestro. The Hulk agreed to help them and confronted the Maestro, [5] but lost due to the Maestro's greater experience, power, willingness to endanger bystanders, and his ability to predict the Hulk's moves in combat. The Maestro broke Hulk's neck to immobilize him, then tried to persuade the incapacitated Hulk that he should side with his future self, telling him that nothing would change when he returned home and he would still be persecuted.

After the Hulk's recovery, the two clashed once more, but despite the Hulk's best efforts, the Maestro was still far too powerful for him. At the last minute, the Maestro was defeated by the use of Doom's time machine, and sent back to the time and place that the Hulk was created: ground zero during the testing of the atomic Gamma Bomb, the only bomb that the Hulk knew the ground zero location of. Appearing next to the bomb itself, Maestro was seemingly killed in the same moment that created the Hulk, [6] but some part of his consciousness still remained, tied to the skeletal fragments at the Gamma Bomb site.

The Maestro was a version of the Hulk from an alternate future timeline , approximately a hundred years into the future, combining Banner's intelligence with the Hulk's more malevolent aspects. After a nuclear war killed almost all of the Earth's superhumans and brought the world to the brink of extinction, the Maestro seized control and became the ruler of Dystopia.

Grey-haired and balding, the Maestro was clearly older than the Hulk but was also significantly stronger due to the radiation he absorbed since the war. He ruled the city of Dystopia, built to his own designs and protected by radiation shielding. Brutal soldiers with hi-tech equipment kept the "peace" and imposed the Maestro's iron will. The Maestro himself dwelt in a grand palace, where a bacchanalian atmosphere reigned. Other gamma-irradiated beings, She-Hulk (now calling herself "Shulk") and the Abomination , survived the war and seemed to have conquered other areas of the world.

Not long after the war, an elderly Rick Jones encountered the reality hopping mutant Proteus , who had possessed the body of an alternate reality Hulk from the year 2099 . Proteus intended to discard his current body and possess the Maestro. Jones, unaware of his plan, provided a weapon created by the X-Man Forge , which might have been able to kill Maestro. However, the plan failed when the Maestro was warned by the Exiles , who were pursuing Proteus. Proteus possessed a new host and fled to another world, breaking the Maestro's neck during his escape. [3]

Years later, the Maestro, fully recovered from his injury, encountered a time-traveling Genis-Vell and Spider-Man 2099 . Manipulated by the supervillain Thanatos , the three battled, but Captain Marvel and Spider-Man eventually returned to their own time, with no consequences for the Maestro. [4]

Acquiring Doctor Doom's time machine, the rebels opposing the Maestro (led by Rick Jones) eventually decided to bring the "Professor" Hulk forward from the past, hoping that he could defeat Maestro. The Hulk agreed to help them and confronted the Maestro, [5] but lost due to the Maestro's greater experience, power, willingness to endanger bystanders, and his ability to predict the Hulk's moves in combat. The Maestro broke Hulk's neck to immobilize him, then tried to persuade the incapacitated Hulk that he should side with his future self, telling him that nothing would change when he returned home and he would still be persecuted.

After the Hulk's recovery, the two clashed once more, but despite the Hulk's best efforts, the Maestro was still far too powerful for him. At the last minute, the Maestro was defeated by the use of Doom's time machine, and sent back to the time and place that the Hulk was created: ground zero during the testing of the atomic Gamma Bomb, the only bomb that the Hulk knew the ground zero location of. Appearing next to the bomb itself, Maestro was seemingly killed in the same moment that created the Hulk, [6] but some part of his consciousness still remained, tied to the skeletal fragments at the Gamma Bomb site.

The Incredible Hulk , civilian name Robert Bruce Banner , was a scientist until a horrible accident involving gamma radiation turned him into a gamma radiation-filled beast . He is available for early access with Shards, or available normally at level 35. His early access Recruitment Quest is HULK IS HERE! His normal recruitment quest is SMASH! His Mission Board Quests can be found  here .

Amadeus Cho worked with Bruce Banner before he transformed into the Hulk. Amadeus absorbed some of the Hulk's excess gamma radiation.

The Grandmaster briefly held Hulk prisoner as one of his gladiators. After the Grandmaster joined Avengers Academy, Hulk forgave him.

Red Hulk wants revenge on the Hulk because he accidentally destroyed his hometown while Red Hulk was at boot camp, killing the people there.

Bruce and Betty used to date. Both Hulk and Bruce are impressed by Betty, but she's not interested in getting back together.

Hulk appears to have crush on Wasp since she is the only one nice to him when being recruited. Wasp helps Hulk to feel welcomed to the academy and not feel hated.

The Maestro was a version of the Hulk from an alternate future timeline , approximately a hundred years into the future, combining Banner's intelligence with the Hulk's more malevolent aspects. After a nuclear war killed almost all of the Earth's superhumans and brought the world to the brink of extinction, the Maestro seized control and became the ruler of Dystopia.

Grey-haired and balding, the Maestro was clearly older than the Hulk but was also significantly stronger due to the radiation he absorbed since the war. He ruled the city of Dystopia, built to his own designs and protected by radiation shielding. Brutal soldiers with hi-tech equipment kept the "peace" and imposed the Maestro's iron will. The Maestro himself dwelt in a grand palace, where a bacchanalian atmosphere reigned. Other gamma-irradiated beings, She-Hulk (now calling herself "Shulk") and the Abomination , survived the war and seemed to have conquered other areas of the world.

Not long after the war, an elderly Rick Jones encountered the reality hopping mutant Proteus , who had possessed the body of an alternate reality Hulk from the year 2099 . Proteus intended to discard his current body and possess the Maestro. Jones, unaware of his plan, provided a weapon created by the X-Man Forge , which might have been able to kill Maestro. However, the plan failed when the Maestro was warned by the Exiles , who were pursuing Proteus. Proteus possessed a new host and fled to another world, breaking the Maestro's neck during his escape. [3]

Years later, the Maestro, fully recovered from his injury, encountered a time-traveling Genis-Vell and Spider-Man 2099 . Manipulated by the supervillain Thanatos , the three battled, but Captain Marvel and Spider-Man eventually returned to their own time, with no consequences for the Maestro. [4]

Acquiring Doctor Doom's time machine, the rebels opposing the Maestro (led by Rick Jones) eventually decided to bring the "Professor" Hulk forward from the past, hoping that he could defeat Maestro. The Hulk agreed to help them and confronted the Maestro, [5] but lost due to the Maestro's greater experience, power, willingness to endanger bystanders, and his ability to predict the Hulk's moves in combat. The Maestro broke Hulk's neck to immobilize him, then tried to persuade the incapacitated Hulk that he should side with his future self, telling him that nothing would change when he returned home and he would still be persecuted.

After the Hulk's recovery, the two clashed once more, but despite the Hulk's best efforts, the Maestro was still far too powerful for him. At the last minute, the Maestro was defeated by the use of Doom's time machine, and sent back to the time and place that the Hulk was created: ground zero during the testing of the atomic Gamma Bomb, the only bomb that the Hulk knew the ground zero location of. Appearing next to the bomb itself, Maestro was seemingly killed in the same moment that created the Hulk, [6] but some part of his consciousness still remained, tied to the skeletal fragments at the Gamma Bomb site.

The Incredible Hulk , civilian name Robert Bruce Banner , was a scientist until a horrible accident involving gamma radiation turned him into a gamma radiation-filled beast . He is available for early access with Shards, or available normally at level 35. His early access Recruitment Quest is HULK IS HERE! His normal recruitment quest is SMASH! His Mission Board Quests can be found  here .

Amadeus Cho worked with Bruce Banner before he transformed into the Hulk. Amadeus absorbed some of the Hulk's excess gamma radiation.

The Grandmaster briefly held Hulk prisoner as one of his gladiators. After the Grandmaster joined Avengers Academy, Hulk forgave him.

Red Hulk wants revenge on the Hulk because he accidentally destroyed his hometown while Red Hulk was at boot camp, killing the people there.

Bruce and Betty used to date. Both Hulk and Bruce are impressed by Betty, but she's not interested in getting back together.

Hulk appears to have crush on Wasp since she is the only one nice to him when being recruited. Wasp helps Hulk to feel welcomed to the academy and not feel hated.

Maestro ( / ˈ m aɪ s t r oʊ / ; from the Italian maestro [maˈestro; maˈɛstro] , meaning " master " or " teacher " [1] ) is an honorific title of respect (plural: maestri, feminine: maestra). The term is most commonly used in the context of Western classical music and opera , in line with the ubiquitous use of Italian musical terms .

The word maestro is most often used in addressing or referring to conductors . Less frequently, one might refer to respected composers , performers , impresarios , and music teachers .

In the world of Italian opera , the title is also used to designate a number of positions within the orchestra and company that have specific duties during rehearsal and performance. These include:



 
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