Determined to make a difference in WWII, Steve Rogers volunteered to be transformed into the world's first Super Soldier. With his brilliant tactical mind, peak-human physique and one-of-a-kind Vibranium-alloy shield, Captain America lead the fight against the Nazis' elite Hydra division. Following a noble sacrifice, Steve was frozen in ice for decades, only to emerge in an unfamiliar, modern world. Though a man out of time, "Cap" is a living legend and an inspiration to all around him.
A natural leader, Captain America enhances his team's performance in many aspects. His Vibranium Shield deflects the full brunt of attacks, but is also effective in a variety of offensive strikes.
Originally uncertain what his role was meant to be in this modern-day world, Captain Steve Rogers has finally found a place where he fits—as leader of the Avengers. While Steve has quickly caught up with life in the present, he still holds to some tried-and-true (others might say old school) philosophies: honesty, teamwork, and doing things the right way, not necessarily the fast or easy way.
Captain America is the best kind of leader: one focused on protecting and empowering his team. He's quick to guard his allies, then strikes harder once they're out of harm's way. Depending on his loadout, he can set up punishing follow-ups and grant team members extra turns.
Before the Super Soldier Serum, before the war that created him, and before the battles that made him a legend, Steve Rogers had Bucky Barnes. Bucky was there when life was at its lowest—when he’d lost his parents; when he was poor, and weak, and alone… and yet still too proud not to stand up for what was right. Thanks to Bucky, Cap never did stop—and he’s not about to now. He won’t let others dictate to him when it’s acceptable to fight for freedom and justice. He will not allow himself or the Avengers to become political chess pieces, whose mission is decided by committees and power brokers. Most of all, he will not allow his childhood best friend to be hunted down and killed for crimes he did not commit. Not without a fight.
When Incursions erupted across the battlefields of the American Civil War in the mid 1800s, the Course of a parallel reality's history was shifted forever. Iso-8 fallout sparked a transformation in science and industry, and it opened the door to a whole new type of warfare. With that warfare came a whole new Kind of soldier - Jeremiah Rogers, America's first defender of freedom!As a volunteer cavalryman with Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders during the Spanish-American War, Rogers demonstrated physical prowess, a sharp mind, and an ironclad determination that distinguished him even from other members of that brave unit. Donning an Iso-8-driven armor-and-shield Combo, Rogers became a Symbol of America's willingness to protect liberty at home and abroad!
Ever the resourceful type, Jeremiah Rogers makes te most of his Iso-8 powered armor and mechanical shield. Turning the right knob, he cant vent a Healing mist on his allies or channel built-up steam into a pressure-powered punch. With another twist,his shield extend to Cover allies or pop open to launch Uncounterable projectiles.