The Prophet

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The Prophet is a mutant extremist operating out of Canada. Although his identity and history remain a mystery, he is an outspoken supporter of mutant rights. However, he often takes his beliefs too far, leading him to often terrorist-level acts of violence against mankind.

The Prophet
Player: @OracleFoundation
Prophet Profile.jpg
"Prophet? He's just a weak mutant with a madman's dreams" -Oracle
Class Focus: Tank
Power Level: 20
Research & Development: Science
Personal Data
Real Name: Aaron Jacobs, Jr.
Known Aliases: Prophet
Species: Mutant
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Age: 34
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 220 lbs
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Blonde
Biographical Data
Nationality: Canadian
Occupation: Unemployed
Place of Birth: Ontario, Canada
Base of Operations: Vancouver
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Aaron Jacobs, Sr., Father (deceased); Mary Jacobs, Mother (deceased)
Known Powers
Ice Manipulation, Invulnerability, Ice Slide (Travel)
Known Abilities
Some knowledge of genetic science


Aaron Jacobs, Jr. was born to two loving parents, and grew up as a happy child. Unfortunately, adolescence had other plans for him. When Aaron turned 13, he began to show peculiar abilities, specifically the ability to manipulate the moisture in the air him, forming ice. His parents were terrified by this turn of events, and did their best to "help" their son through his transition by attempting to purge him of his own abilities. Unfortunately, their attempts to help only ended in tragedy...

Aaron became more and more frustrated with his parents' scorn. He soon grew violent, especially toward his parents. One night, the young mutant, untrained in his abilities, killed his own parents. Police were never able to find him, and he was never seen again. That is, of course, until 2009...


The Prophet can manipulate the moisture in the air around him to form ice, which he uses in a wide variety of creative ways. He is also extremely talented in hand-to-hand combat and possesses above-average strength for a normal human of his size. The only way to guarantee that he cannot use his ice powers is to place him in a zero-humidity environment.



Before he was an extremist, Prophet made his debut aiding his homeland of Canada against the Ice Demon uprising which occurred when Kigatilik was freed from his imprisonment. At this time, nothing was known of his past, or his homicidal tendencies. This may be the first and only time when the Prophet was viewed as a true hero.


During a peaceful protest by members of the Institute for Human Advancement, a highly anti-mutant organization, Prophet attacked and attempted to kill a great number of civilians. Fortunately, the Oracle Jason Miller was quick to arrive on the scene and stop his rampage in an astonishingly short battle. Possibly due to the humiliation of such a quick defeat, the Prophet would not attempt any terrorist attacks in that vein for quite some time. Rather, he became an outspoken spearhead for metahuman domination, often confronting Jason Miller on the political battlefield, rather than the superpowered one.


When Countess Elizabeth Bathory attempted to gather a number of villains to fight for the cause of human domination, Prophet jumped at the opportunity. Unfortunately, the meeting only resulted in a scuffle among the villains. Lord Haywire was forced to self-destruct, but Prophet stayed behind to protect the Countess. Could this be the beginning of an alliance between the two villains?

On New Year's Eve, the Prophet attempted to foil a heist perpetrated by TAC. Alongside heroes, Prophet held the villains at bay, but he was not able to overcome the Liberator's raw strength. Although he managed to freeze the Liberator in a block of ice, he was viciously wounded and near death. Canadian Fist was able to heal the anti-villain, and Prophet escaped her attempts to take him into custody.


In February, rumors began circulating once again that the Prophet had returned to Millennium City.

In an attempt to stir up some trouble between Jason Miller and The Prophet, Vanessa White kidnapped Janet Goldberg, with the help of Mutagen. Ultimately, Oracle ended up apprehending Prophet, and Mutagen defeated Vanessa. Her body was not found. Janet returned home safely to return to work at the Oracle Foundation.

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Passing Acquaintances

What Others Are Saying

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"Prophet? Don't get me wrong, the man is entitled to his opinions. But he lets his power get to his head. He's just a weak mutant with a madman's dreams" -Jason Miller