|Title:||The Unbeating Heart|
|Age:||4 years old (Date of creation)|
|Likes:||Women, cigars, leather jackets|
|Dislikes:||Green tea, mint|
|Specialty:||Dancing the waltz|
|Pros:||High HP. Close-range lockdown.|
|Health:||1630 (+102 per level)|
|Attack:||56 (+1.9 per level)|
|Defense:||47 (+1.8 per level)|
|Health||65 (+8.4 per level)|
Gelimer is one of the playable Hypers in Hyper Universe.
Introduction[edit | edit source]
This hyper does the most work right in the middle of his foes. As he builds damage over time, he can stun his foes and regain his health which makes extended fights very favorable for him. However, with an emphasis on close combat he can be held at bay by powerful ranged attackers.
Story[edit | edit source]
Dr. Pavlov was a maverick in the scientific community. There was no doubt of his genius, but his research focused on the oddest subjects. He has attached a dog's tail to a person, created a cat that walks on two legs, and even made a 100-legged squid, mainly because he likes roasted squid legs. The results were impressive, but ultimately pointless. His peers called him a crank and a madman, and instead of refuting them he offered a new hypothesis that only made him sound crazier." It is possible for man to create life from that which is dead!"
This declaration seemed an affront to both the scientific community and nature itself. It invited a slew of new criticisms, from belief that he had completely lost his mind, to accusations that he was infringing on the territory of the divine. One thing everyone agreed on was that his idea was utterly impossible. But Dr. Pavlov was not the type to give in to his critics. He started on his project, and as the months wore on those watching him began to lose interest. Years passed, and rumors began to circulate that he had died while pursuing his mad research. The truth, however, was that he had succeeded in dramatic fashion.
Gelimer, the first of Dr. Pavlov's creations, was quite different from a conventional human. Instead of a heart, Gelimer was powered by a powerful and constant electrical current. He awoke with cognitive abilities close to that of an adult, but with no memories or knowledge to speak of. Dr. Pavlov did his best to teach Gelimer, but his lessons were more advanced science and theory than the simple lessons of life that his creation needed. Gelimer had to learn how to relate to other people, and the doctor elected to allow television to educate him on this front. It was a quick and entertaining education, to be sure.
One day, Dr. Pavlov noticed Gelimer studying himself in a mirror and became quite concerned. He feared that Gelimer would be shocked by his appearance, considering how different he was. But Dr. Pavlov's worries were unnecessary, for Gelimer actually liked how he looked. A man should have such wild charms, he said, wiggling his eyebrows as he had seen on TV. He began sweeping his hair up or flexing his muscles in front of the lab mirrors. When Dr. Pavlov questioned Gelimer on his actions, he was unprepared for the reply.
"I am Gelimer, a man of style and romance. Under this tough skin lies a gentle and beautiful soul!"
Abilities[edit | edit source]