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Green Goblin is one of the many Champions at the Summoners' disposal in the Contest of Champions held in the Battlerealm.


Being exposed to violence during childhood by his abusive father, Norman Osborn grew up believing that power was all there was, leading him to devote his entire life pursuing and maintaining it. After founding his own company, Oscorp, Norman invested in the development of an experimental serum that would enhance his faculties. When a vial containing the serum exploded in his face, Norman slipped into madness and became the Green Goblin: a hideous creature with horrifying green skin bent on using Oscorp technology as well as his own unnatural power to destroy his nemesis, Spider-Man.

Contest of Champions

At some point, the Green Goblin was captured by the Grandmaster and taken to Battlerealm to participate the Contest of Champions.

Sinister Foes of Spider-Man

The Green Goblin was one of the six villains assembled by the Grandmaster to hunt down a younger version of Spider-Man due to his particular distaste for him. The Green Goblin attempted to kill said Spider-Man and the Summoner using his Pumpkin Bombs, but they managed to survive the explosions and fought against him. After being defeated by them, the Green Goblin regrouped with his teammates to corner the duo and get his revenge; however, a group of other Spider-People of Battlerealm showed up to help the pair, thwarting the plans of the Sinister Six in the process.

Powers

Seemingly those of his Earth-616 counterpart.

Abilities

Seemingly those of his Earth-616 counterpart.

Strength level

Seemingly that of his Earth-616 counterpart.

Weaknesses

Seemingly those of his Earth-616 counterpart. Plus, the Contest labels the Green Goblin as a Tech Champion, therefore weakening him against Cosmic Champions.


Equipment

Seemingly those of his Earth-616 counterpart.

Transportation

Seemingly that of his Earth-616 counterpart.

Weapons

Seemingly those of his Earth-616 counterpart.

General references

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