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Firestrike
Real Name: Dalton Beck
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Powers:
None. Firestrike can create fire using his costume.

Bio:
Beck was an arson investigator and used that to his advantage when in his costumed form of Firestrike. Firestrike was hired by Joe Manfredi (formerly Blackwing I) as part of the super-villain group Heavy Mettle to take possession of Turbo's armor.

As Beck, Firestrike gained Turbo's trust and even started dating her in her civilian identity. He eventually thought that he was falling in love with and could no longer betray her to steal her armor like he had planned.

Turbo soon discovered that Beck was indeed Firestrike of the group Heavy Mettle. Repenting because of his feelings for Turbo, Beck turned on his former teammates and helped The New Warriors bring them down.

Still angry, and feeling she was doing the right thing, Turbo turned Firestrike over to the authorities and he was place in prison along with the rest of Heavy Mettle.

Soon after, Turbo visited Beck in prison, where she learned that he had given the authorities information to help put away Joe Manfredi, and because of this, was going to have to enter the witness protection program meaning they would never be able to see each other again.

Notes:


First Appearance: New Warriors (1999) #2

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Issue Appearances:
New Warriors (1999)

Group Affiliation(s):
Heavy Mettle (Marvel)

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