Delsin is an inhabitant of Earth-14 and the sole Multiversal counterpart of Desmond Snyder. Following a series of events years before The Mimic Contingency, Delsin's father and godfather were murdered by Meta-Humans and his sister left comatose, an event that awakened the boy's latent Meta-Gene.
By the time of The Titans Convergence, Delsin was now the sole-surviving Meta-Human of his world, a result of his one-man genocide against the super-powered population. Because of his power and his descent into moral insanity, he was deemed the de facto ruler of Earth-14, despite keeping mostly to himself.
But with the arrival of Desmond Snyder to his world, Delsin's aforementioned insanity is reinvigorated, fueling his desire to purge all Meta-Humans and powered beings from the Multiverse.
Despite being Desmond's Multiversal counterpart, Delsin's personality bears little resemblance to the former's. Whereas Desmond is fairly laid-back and jovial, Delsin possesses a stoic and reserved demeanour, a composure broken only in the midst of battle.
Parallel to the nature of his world, Delsin has stern Darwinist and Nietzschean ideals, believing Earth-14 to be a contesting ground for the strongest to survive and that Meta-Humans are capable of nothing but selfishness and causing widespread destruction. To this end, Delsin can be seen as a hypocrite, but the former justifies his powers as "necessary evils".
But despite his Darwinist ideals, Delsin isn't above saving people from time to time. When he re-surfaced in Bialya, he saved the Titans from a torturer and a squadron of Bialyan soldiers (albeit by killing them).
Early Life Edit
Delsin was born on Earth-14 to unnamed parents on December 5th 7BME (Before The Meta Event). Five years later, his mother died giving birth to his little sister, Mira, an act that emotionally crippled his father, leaving Delsin to depend on his god-father for the care of himself and his sister.
Not two years after his mother's death, Earth-14 underwent a worldwide event that caused the Meta-Human population to skyrocket, activating Meta-Genes within sixty-percent of the planet's population. Due to the unforeseen nature of this event and the world's already tumultuous political climate, Earth-14's governments were left with no defence against this new horde of super-powered beings, leading to the rise of many Meta-Human factions and their consequential wars for control over the planet.
After a botched mission in Bialya, Desmond and a small squad of Titans were detained by Psimon. Unlike the rest of the Titans, Desmond was left purposely unconscious and with an Inhibitor Collar for Vandal Savage to take him back to Apokolips. Unfortunately, the Inhibitor Collar's effect meant that Desmond's powers and telepathic ability would be suppressed, leaving the former's body vulnerable enough for Delsin to possess him.
Almost immediately after taking control of Desmond, Delsin fought and defeated Shimmer, Mammoth, Devastation and Psimon, going so far as to murder the last three. He did intend on killing Vandal Savage just for "being there", but opted not to at the last minute because he wanted to "have fun" with the other Titans confined in the dungeons.
Powers and Abilities Edit
- Power Replication: Through his inherent Meta-Genes and the trauma of the tragedy he endured, Delsin gained the ability to replicate the powers of other Meta-Humans. Like Desmond, Delsin must make physical contact with the Meta-Human whose powers he wishes to replicate. But unlike Desmond, he never had the one power limit, something he only realized in the midst of his battle with a Martian-esque Meta-Human.
His prowess and efficiency became so strong that Delsin has mastered the powers of practically every Meta-Human he has encountered. At his peak (and when he is serious) his power is feared even by beings like Darkseid.
- Above-Average Conditioning
- Non-Combative Abilities
- Despite many people like Desmond claiming that he murdered seventy-percent of Earth-14's population, only a small percentage died by Delsin's hands. The latter defends that while he did kill a lot of Meta-Humans, most of them killed each other out of fear or as unwitting casualties and/or 'cannon fodder' in Delsin's battles with other Meta-Humans.