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Jonathan Tremont
 
Jonathan Tremont
 
Personal Info:
 
Real Name: Jonathan Tremont
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Place Of Birth: Naga Hills, India
First Appearance: Avengers Vol.3 15
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Group Affiliation: Leader of the Triune Understanding
Base Of Operations: Worldwide
Grudges: Avengers
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Powers:
 
Jonathan Tremontís exact powers are unknown. After absorbing a pyramid-shaped shard of light he brought two of his brothers back to life and turned them into super humans. He has displayed the ability to fire force bolts and drain the life essences of his followers. He is an extremely charismatic man and skilled at manipulation. He also has access to vast resources as head of the triune understanding and has employed the Taskmaster.
Brothers: Jonathan Tremont has two brothers which he turned into the super humans Pagan and Lord Templar. Their essences reside within him and can be called whenever they are needed.
 
Origins:
 
Jonathan Tremont was born in a village in India. He was an extremely charming and charismatic boy and was one of the only survivors of a disease that swept through his village killing his brothers. Tremont became a guide and assisted Hal Chandler the brother of the 3-D man who had been drawn by a strange impulse to travel to the Himalayan Mountains of India. Unbeknownst to Hal, the presence of a powerful mystical artefact was calling to him. The artefact was a pyramid-shaped shard of light, one of three such shards that were created by the universe in reaction to the presence of pure evil that was cast adrift in this dimension by the extra-dimensional gods known as the Trion. Hal was betrayed, however, by Jonathan Tremont, who claimed the shard for himself. Tremont held Hal captive for many years, and Tremont used the power of his shard to create the religious organization called the Triune Understanding. Tremont had discovered the true origin of the shards and hoped to use the Understanding to end the threat of the Trion's cast-off evil, which he termed the "Triple-Evil."
 
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