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Mandarin (02 - Temugin)
Real Name: Temugin
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Powers:
Temugin displays martial arts skill that rivals that of other elite martial artists such as Shang Chi and Iron Fist, even Karnak.

Temugin demonstrated the ability to greatly increase the force of his blows in a method presumably similar to that of Iron Fist. He could 'focus' in on a flaw or weak spot similar to Karnak. He also was able to strike many times in a second.

Temugin seemed to possess superhuman durability, perhaps using what certain martial arts style call an 'iron body'. Even when Iron Man managed to injure him, he was able to use his body's chi to heal.

Bio:
Temugin had little contact with the outside world until he was delivered his father's rings and a note explaining that he must avenge his father's death at the hands of Iron Man.

He confronted Iron Man while the latter was investigating some illegal activity. He removed his rings to make things 'fair' and was able to severely damage the armor by attacking its 'stress points.'

Stark's countermeasures after their first encounter had limited success in their next fight. Temugin claimed that Stark's technology was a lifeless force and thus no match for the power of chi. Temugin prepared to deliver a finishing blow, but Stark revealed that the monk's order had become corrupt and were committing atrocities. This obviously clashed with Temugin's sense of honor. After their activities had been exposed by Iron Man, one of the monks literally stabbed Temugin in the back. He was last seen in the end issue of Iron Man Vol 3, after a scheme went wrong. He has sworn to avenge his father and make ironman pay. It is possible that Mandarin is using his son as a pawn or attempting to corrupt him in spite of his monastery upbringing.

Notes:


First Appearance: Iron Man (1998) #53

Other Identities:
Temugin

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Issue Appearances:
Agents Of Atlas (2009)
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2006)
Iron Man (1998)
Marvel Annual & Quarterly Reports (1992)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
Super-Villain Team-Up / MODOK's 11 (2007)
The All-New Iron Manual (2008)
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963)

Video Game Appearances:
Captain America and the Avengers (1991)
Marvel Ultimate Alliance (2006)

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