Berserkers are humans who have an uncontrollable and animalistic rage living inside them. They are prominent warriors from Norse mythology.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

When their rage is channeled or invoked, Berserkers tap into certain superhuman physical abilities.

  • Superhuman Strength - A Berserker's chief ability is his/her's superhuman strength and physical power. Their strength is said to be equal to that of 10 men. Strength varies from Berserker to Berserker, with some being stronger than others. They can easily throw small vehicles such as cars and jeeps across long distances with great speed and force, eviscerate humans and animals, smash through stone walls, break free of restraints, send grown humans flying, crush metal, and rip out/off car parts. The strongest Berserkers can overpower and kill other Berserkers with ease.
  • Superhuman Durability - Berserkers possess superhuman durability and fortitude. Their tissue and body mass is above-human, making them much tougher than humans and highly resistant to even superhuman concussive forces, such as the strikes of other Berserkers. They have been seen to fall onto hard surfaces from great heights with no ill affects, a humanly impossible feat. They are said to feel no pain and they show no visible signs of pain when injured. Berserkers have been seen to snap bones back into place with no visible discomfort. Despite this, they are far from invulnerable and can be injured and killed in much the same ways as humans.
  • Superhuman Stamina - Berserkers are resistant to fatigue.
  • Superhuman Speed - Berserkers possess enhanced speed and reflexes.


  • Rage - The main weakness of Berserkers is that their rage is so great that it clouds their judgement and robs them of their ability to tell friend from foe. Berserkers can learn to control their rage through meditation.
  • Humanity - Despite their strength and durability, Berserkers are still human and can be injured and killed in the same ways as humans.