I could see him shifting into a Norman Osborne type character, a threat out of costume as he makes waves on a business level and politics, meanwhile funding an armored group that he designs and provides suits and weapons for.
Black Widow would be digging up dirt on him to air his laundry so to speak, Hercules would be dealing with his armored henchmen, he could incorporate Sentinel tech which would make him a threat to Angel and Iceman, Warren and he could be rivals in and out of suit. As for Ghost Rider, perhaps the plot could involve Rampage hiring his goons out to collect supernatural items for someone perhaps Lotus? Ghost Rider could get on the trail of the robbery and end up where the others are bringing the Champions together, I could see this as a 6 issue mini series, it doesnt even need to be set in modern Marvel but like an untold tale of the Champions where circumstances and common foes on both levels bring them together.
: I like Champions #9 better than any other
: issue. It was all out action. That was one
: of the best comicbook I read. So far.
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: What's his deal? Powers, Personality,
: all that noise. He's the Champions only
: original enemy ain't he? So that kinda makes
: him there archenemy, is he worthy of that
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