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'The Wild' revealed as ninth NHL Guardian

Monday, 01.10.2011 / 10:04 AM / The Guardian Project

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'The Wild' revealed as ninth NHL Guardian
Introducing the Guardian Project's hero for Minnesota, the Wild.
The Wild

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The Wild is a vision of raw power coupled with brilliant intellect.  He is an intellectual and avid reader, taken from the fact that the Minneapolis-St. Paul area is one of the most highly literate in the Country. At one moment, he is a deadly serious problem solver, the next an irreverent adventurer.

The Wild isn't so much a superhero as he is a force of nature. He only has super abilities when he is in his "Wild" form although his incredible intelligence is nearly a super power on its own.  Knowing his volatile side can be dangerously unpredictable; the Wild chains himself up at night so as not to cause any unnecessary mayhem.The other Guardians respect him and his wild-side but they also know its' destructive potential. As a nod to Minnesota's mining history, the Wild can also use his razor sharp claws to tunnel through the earth's crust allowing him to sneak up on enemy fortresses.

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