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The Belasco's Limbo Legion is a team of warped, evil counterparts of several characters from pop culture. All of these are alternate timeline versions of people sent to the limbo run by Belasco (the demonic sorcerer who kidnapped Ilyana Rasputin in the 80's X-Men comics and caused her to spend seven years there with only alternate timeline counterparts of the X-Men as her allies). These counterparts fell prey to the evil influences of the demon realm (among them, the demon N'astirh) and became twisted and evil as a result.

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The original members of the Belasco's Limbo Legion

They were founded by Allebmoog, the Belasco's Limbo evil counterpart of Goombella. Having applied for membership in Immortus' Limbo Legion but not hearing back from them, Allebmoog decided to form a Limbo Legion of her own. So she found a group of other Belasco's Limbo-created counterparts, and brought them together to be her teammates.

The goals of the Belasco's Limbo Legion are unclear. Mostly, they appear to be just causing mischief and chaos purely for the sake of it, and make up any plans as they go along. To date, however, they have rarely risen above 'nuisance' in the scale of villainy, being easily defeated by Goombella, Kitty Pryde, and Danielle Moonstar in their first appearance as a team, and being handed a series of humiliating individual defeats in Traitor Game L: Existential Crisis.

History Edit

Current Members Edit

Allebmoog Edit

First appearance: Traitor Game VIII.

Allebmoog first appeared in Traitor Game VIII: How Low Can You Limbo?. In the course of Traitor Game VIII, Goombella was sent to Belasco's Limbo. Because of frequent warp portals that can send people backward and forward in time within Belasco's Limbo, alternate timeline versions of nearly anyone who gets stuck in Belasco's Limbo for more than a few minutes can occur. Allebmoog is the alternate timeline counterpart of Goombella who made a few wrong turns in Belasco's Limbo, and was turned to evil by the demon N'astirh (one of the main antagonists of the X-Men 'Inferno' arc).

She confronted Goombella near the end of Traitor Game VIII, and later re-appeared in Traitor Game XII in a cameo, and briefly in Traitor Game XIV. At the First Annual Traitor Game Award Show, she asked if she could join the Limbo Legion. She never heard back from the Limbo Legion, and debuted the Belasco's Limbo Legion in Traitor Game XVIII: Reality Bites.

Tuscon Wrong Edit

First appearance: Traitor Game XVIII: Reality Bites!

Tuscon Wrong is a Belasco's limbo evil alternate timeline counterpart of ace attorney Phoenix Wright. As such, he serves as the team's lawyer. He seems to be the second-in-command of the Belasco's Limbo Legion, being the most prominent member of the team aside from Allebmoog. He is the only member of the Belasco's Limbo Legion other than Allebmoog to appear in all of the Belasco's Limbo Legion's appearances in the Traitor Games.

StopStop Yubari Edit

First appearance: Traitor Game XXIII: Dangling Ploplines!

StopStop Yubari is the Belasco's limbo evil alternate timeline counterpart of O-Ren-Ishii's bodyguard Gogo Yubari (from Kill Bill) ... who was already a villain to start with. She is one of the three new recruits for the Belasco's Limbo Legion added to the team when Allebmoog was disgusted by the poor performance of the original team members in Traitor Game XVIII.

StopStop differs from her counterpart in these ways: Her meteor hammer is not only a fierce swinging mace-like weapon, but it also has power over actual meteors. This makes her possibly one of the most legitimately dangerous members of the Belasco's Limbo Legion. However, she only has such power if she is actually holding the meteor hammer. Without it, she is not too much more powerful than her counterpart.

Jimmy Prison Edit

First appearance: Traitor Game XXIII: Dangling Ploplines!

Jimmy Prison is the Belasco's limbo evil alternate timeline counterpart of Johnny Cage (of Mortal Kombat fame). Even more vain and narcissistic than his counterpart, his ego can (and often does) get the better of him.

Cheerful Key Edit

First appearance: Traitor Game XVIII: Reality Bites!

Cheerful Key is the Belasco's limbo evil alternate timeline counterpart of the Autobot Grimlock (of Transformers Generation One). Presumably just as powerful as his counterpart, thus far he has shown less competence in actually using those powers, and sometimes has accidentally injured his teammates. He was fired from the team after their defeat in Traitor Game XVIII, but reinstated at some point between Traitor Game XXIII and Traitor Game L: Existential Crisis.

Pessimus Prime Edit

First appearance: Traitor Game XVIII: Reality Bites!

Pessimus Prime is the Belasco's limbo evil alternate timeline counterpart of Optimus Prime. Perpetually gloomy and depressed, his world view is more or less as his name implies. His depressed state often works against him, leading to him being taken off guard. Otherwise, he would presumably have the same powers and abilities of Optimus Prime, Generation One.

Posi Shelbyville Edit

First appearance: Traitor Game XVIII: Reality Bites!

Posi Shelbyville is the Belasco's limbo evil alternate timeline counterpart of Negi Springfield (from Mahou Sensei Negima). He only wishes he could have an army of schoolgirls like his counterpart. One of the weaker members of the team, it remains to be seen whether or not he can mirror his counterpart in becoming stronger in later appearances.

E. Suburu Edit

First appearance: Traitor Game XXIII: Dangling Ploplines!

E. Suburu is the Belasco's Limbo evil alternate timeline counterpart of E. Honda of Street Fighter fame. A giant sumo wrestler type, he was one of the jailers for Goombella and her friends when they attempted to rescue Chairman Kaga in Traitor Game XXIII. He later would reappear in Traitor Game L: Existential Angst, where he would be easily trounced and defeated offscreen by Ares. For some reason, his teammates' tendency to break the fourth wall annoys him, but considering the team was founded by a counterpart of a fourth-wall breaker, he is likely in the minority there.

Livegolfcourse Edit

First appearance: Traitor Game L: Existential Crisis

Livegolfcourse is the Belasco's limbo evil alternate timeline counterpart of Deadpool. He first appeared in Traitor Game L: Existential Crisis, and was defeated off-screen by various versions of Deadpool. Presumably, he's just as crazy and unpredictable as his counterpart. Whether he can be a team player and continue to work with the rest of the group remains uncertain, though for now he is still an active member.

Former Members Edit

Sadosai Edit

First appearance: Traitor Game XVIII: Reality Bites!

Current status: Deceased

Sadosai was the Belasco's limbo evil alternate timeline counterpart of Happosai, the perverted master of Anything Goes Martial Arts from Ranma 1/2. Sadosai shared Happosai's penchant for stealing panties and grabbing girls' chests, but also had some demonic powers to back him up. Occasionally, he would spout some nonsense based on panties and old, worn out Internet memes and confuse his teammates. None of the rest of the group really got along with him, and in fact they found him most disgusting. He was fired from the group after their initial defeat in Traitor Game 18, and not seen again until Traitor Game L: Existential Crisis.

During the final chaotic battle at the Anti-Monitor's fortress on Qward, Sadosai was instructed by Allebmoog to fight his counterpart Happosai. Sadosai and Happosai both encountered Laurie Collins (aka Wallflower, of the New Mutants/New X-Men: Academy X era), and fought over who had the right to steal her panties. Laurie lashed out with fear pheremones, sending both Happosai and Sadosai running away from her in terror. Happosai ended up in the custody of SHIELD, while Sadosai was sent hurtling into the air after an encounter with Darth Jubba the Sith Hutt (the version from universe TGCL36, who had previously appeared in Traitor Game 41).

From there, Sadosai was blasted back into the air by a stray blast from the fight between the Anti-Monitor and various Superman incarnations. His demonic energies mixed badly with Force lightning energy and anti-matter energy, causing Sadosai to explode in mid-air. His death caused Allebmoog some concern for the safety of herself and the rest of her Legion, but otherwise neither Allebmoog nor anyone else in the Belasco's Limbo Legion were sorry to see Sadosai go.

Livegolfcoursigan Edit

First appearance: Traitor Game L: Existential Crisis

Current Status: Kicked out of the team (literally)

Livegolfcoursigan is the Belasco's Limbo evil alternate timeline counterpart of Deadpooligan. In his very first appearance, he only lasted one post before the rest of the Belasco's Limbo Legion turned on him because they believed his evil counterpart name was really lame. Jimmy Prison kicked him into the sky and he blasted off Team Rocket style. Livegolfcoursigan's current whereabouts are unknown.

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