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Robert William Haverford (aka Vargas) - A British eccentric in his mid-thirties, blessed with a large family fortune, he's spent his adult life investigating mysticism and the occult, traveling the world. In his travels, he wound up at the temple in Tibet where [[Charles]] and [[Jean]] studied, and spent some time there learning about [[X-Men Mission: The Rose| the Rose]] and the monks' focused meditation. It led him to develop a theory that it might be possible to give a normal human mutant-like powers through a combination of mysticism and technology. The monks, growing suspicious of his motives, politely sent him packing, and he went back to traveling the world, now searching for things he referred to as Objects of Power. He is in peak physical condition, highly trained in a number of martial arts.  
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Robert William Haverford (aka Vargas) is British eccentric in his mid-thirties, blessed with a large family fortune, he's spent his adult life investigating mysticism and the occult, traveling the world. In his travels, he wound up at the temple in Tibet where [[Charles]] and [[Jean]] studied, and spent some time there learning about [[X-Men Mission: The Rose| the Rose]] and the monks' focused meditation. It led him to develop a theory that it might be possible to give a normal human mutant-like powers through a combination of mysticism and technology. The monks, growing suspicious of his motives, politely sent him packing, and he went back to traveling the world, now searching for things he referred to as Objects of Power. He is in peak physical condition, highly trained in a number of martial arts.  
  
On discovering a link between Jean and the Rose, Haverford sought her out in his philanthropist guise. Acting on information obtained from drugging her and [[Scott]], he joined forces with [[Daniel Lyman]] in seeking out other objects of power at various sites visited by Charles during his younger years. In Peru, they were stopped by Jean and Scott following an alert posted by [[Doug Ramsey]].  
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On discovering a link between Jean and the Rose, Haverford sought her out in his philanthropist guise. Acting on information obtained from drugging her and [[Scott]], he joined forces with [[Daniel Lyman]] in seeking out other objects of power at various sites visited by Charles during his younger years. In Peru, they were stopped by Jean and Scott, who had been alerted by [[Doug Ramsey]] to their activities, and directed to the pair's next destination by [[Wanda Maximoff]]'s research.  
  
 
Haverford was arrested by Peruvian police and is currently in custody pending inquiries into a number of thefts of artifacts in several countries.  
 
Haverford was arrested by Peruvian police and is currently in custody pending inquiries into a number of thefts of artifacts in several countries.  
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PB: [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1044403/ David Anders]
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Haverford is based on the [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0285333/ Alias] character Julian Sark, although he was also loosely inspired by the comics-canon character Vargas.
  
 
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Name: Robert William Haverford

Aliases: Vargas

Affiliation: None

First appearance: May 19, 2007

Family: Unknown

Biography

Robert William Haverford (aka Vargas) is British eccentric in his mid-thirties, blessed with a large family fortune, he's spent his adult life investigating mysticism and the occult, traveling the world. In his travels, he wound up at the temple in Tibet where Charles and Jean studied, and spent some time there learning about the Rose and the monks' focused meditation. It led him to develop a theory that it might be possible to give a normal human mutant-like powers through a combination of mysticism and technology. The monks, growing suspicious of his motives, politely sent him packing, and he went back to traveling the world, now searching for things he referred to as Objects of Power. He is in peak physical condition, highly trained in a number of martial arts.

On discovering a link between Jean and the Rose, Haverford sought her out in his philanthropist guise. Acting on information obtained from drugging her and Scott, he joined forces with Daniel Lyman in seeking out other objects of power at various sites visited by Charles during his younger years. In Peru, they were stopped by Jean and Scott, who had been alerted by Doug Ramsey to their activities, and directed to the pair's next destination by Wanda Maximoff's research.

Haverford was arrested by Peruvian police and is currently in custody pending inquiries into a number of thefts of artifacts in several countries.

Powers/Abilities

No powers. Highly trained in a number of martial arts.

Plots

New Renaissance Man

Meta

Socked by: Lauren

PB: David Anders

Haverford is based on the Alias character Julian Sark, although he was also loosely inspired by the comics-canon character Vargas.