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One of the Phalanx was Douglock, a lookalike of Doug Ramsey who had all of Doug's memories. Douglock joined the European mutant superhero team Excalibur. Currently the team was based on Muir Island, which was owned and run by Moira MacTaggert. While his team-mates were unnerved by his similarity to Doug, Douglock was eventually accepted as his own person. He acted as a tutor to Meggan and enjoyed a brief romance with fellow teammate Wolfsbane, foster daughter to Moira. This romance would cause him to react irrationally and dangerously at times, mainly destroying valuable scientific research because he did not understand it was more important than his budding relationship with Wolfsbane.
He would also mishandle other aspects of Earthly life. Despite his beliefs he could handle it, Douglock overdid the vodka during Captain Britain's bachelor party and passed out. Temporary Excalibur ally Mimic put him in the Captain's old room to sleep it off, but the problems only continued from there as the alcohol would cause temporary memory problems.
It was later revealed that Douglock was actually a reanimated Warlock who had been given Doug's memories. He then reverted to the name of Warlock and began a career as a solo adventurer, briefly starring in his own title, Warlock, written by Louise Simonson (who had previously been responsible for killing off both Doug and the original Technarchy Warlock) and drawn by Paschalis Ferry. During his adventures, Warlock was joined by a young girl named Hope who could infect others with the techno-organic virus without being affected by it herself. Hope had a pet monkey that had been physically affected by the virus also. They were later joined by a novice psychic named Psimon, whose group of allies combated techno-organic threats. Early on they confronted Spider-Man, would team up with Shadowcat, cause trouble for Iron Man and fight against the villain Psycho-Man.
Douglock later went back to his old home on Muir Island where he became re-acquainted with his flame Wolfsbane and Moira MacTaggert.
An altered form of Bastion attacked the island. Hope, Psimon and Wolfsbane joined Douglock's efforts to defeat this new threat. Later, all would travel to New York and assist the Avengers in defeating Warlock's father, the Magus.
First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (1963) #313
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All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2006)
#12 Cable (1993)
- 'Ultragirl to Arnim Zola'
Annual 02 Kitty Pryde, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1997)
- 'The Interpretation of Dreams'#77
- 'Lowest Common Denominator'#78
- 'Fire In the Wild'#79
- 'Twisted Logic'#80
- 'Out of Time'#81
- 'Beginnings Middles & Endings'#82
- 'Book Two: Life Signs - Part Three: The Light of a Tainted Dawn'#83
- 'Part I: Bend Sinister'#84
- 'Part II: Dark Adapted Eye'#84 (Newsstand edition)
- 'Dark Adapted Eye'#86
- 'Back to Life'#87
- 'Back to Reality'#88
- 'Dream Nails 1: Dream Nails'#89
- 'Dream Nails 2: Easy Tiger'#91
- 'Baby I Love You'#92
- 'I Want You'#95
- 'Amplified Heart'#96
- 'Fire with Fire'#100
- 'London's Burning'#101
- 'After the Bomb'#104
- 'Buried Secret'#105
- 'Hard Truths'#107
- 'The Old Ways'#112
- 'For the One I Love'#115
- 'Death In Venice'#117
- 'New year's Evil'#119
- 'Preludes & Nightmares'#120
- 'Current Events'#121
- 'With Friends Like These...'#122
- 'The Search'#123
- 'Lost & Found'#124
- 'Tying the Knot'
New Mutants: Truth or Death (1997)
#1 Uncanny X-Men (1963)
- 'Truth or Death'#2
- 'Family Matters'#3
- 'Letting Go'
#313 X-Factor (1986)
- 'Hands Across the Water'#326
- 'Nature of Evil'#371
- 'Crossed Wires'
#106 X-Force (1991)
- 'Life Signs, Part 1'
#38 X-Men (1991)
- 'Life Signs, Part 2: The Faith Dancers'
X-Men Prime (1995)
X-Men Ultra III Preview (1995)
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