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Doctor Fate

Real Name
Kent V. Nelson
Current Alias

Aliases
Dr. Fate

Identity

Alignment

Relatives
Laryn Nelson (daughter), Marissa Nelson (wife), Aaron Babcock (father), Kent Nelson (grand-uncle), Inza Cramer (grand-aunt), Celestine Babcock (great grand-aunt), Sven Nelson (great grand-uncle)


Base Of Operations

Characteristics
Gender

Height


Eyes

Hair

Status
Citizenship

Race

Marital Status

Occupation
Psychiatrist

Origin
Origin

Creators
Victor Jose Rosario Jorge

First appearance

Unknown


History

History of character is unknown.


Powers and Abilities

Powers

Thought Sharing: Kent has a family gift, a talent that runs in his family. He can share in someone's thoughts by looking directly into their eyes.

  • Doctor Fate possesses a variety of mystical powers. In general, even without wearing the Helmet of Nabu, the host can fly, is highly resistant to injury, has minor telekinesis, and has greater-than-human strength.

In all of his incarnations, Doctor Fate is an accomplished sorcerer, and at his most potent able to match most other wizards in the DC Universe.

Abilities

  • Psychiatrist: Kent is a qualified psychiatrist, with a particular facility for listening to people. He is easily able to read people's personalities and understand the motivation behind their actions. Allowing him to predict their actions, making him amazingly tactical when fighting enemies.

Strength level

Unknown.

Weaknesses

  • Loud Noise: Loud noise impairs Kent's ability to 'hear' what the Helmet tells him, making it difficult for him to cast spells.


Paraphernalia

Equipment:

  • Helmet of Fate The helmet that Doctor Fate wears is the focus of the Doctor Fate identity. It originally housed Nabu's spirit and allowed him to possess the current host, it later only allowed him to advise the host instead. The helmet is what provides the link to Nabu and by not wearing it, as Kent Nelson did at one time, Doctor Fate loses much of its power and knowledge. Putting on the helmet usually results in its wearer being clad in the other raiments of Doctor Fate, unless the one with the actual claim to the helmet wants to prevent it. On several occasions, villains seeking the power of Doctor Fate have stolen the helmet, in which case the result has typically been that the thief goes insane when he or she puts the helmet on.

Transportation: None known.
Weapons: None known.

Notes

  • No special notes.

Trivia

  • No trivia.


See Also


Recommended Reading

  • None.


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