Brace yourselves, for Thanos is coming. As the earth’s mightiest heroes suit up to do battle in Infinity War, UCSB is also preparing for the coming conflict. Determined to hold their own against this looming threat, the Gauchos have unveiled their most powerful weapon: a team of champions known as the IVengers. Unfortunately, legal disputes and various content restrictions prevented our stalwart defenders from appearing on the silver screen, so our reporters on The Black Sheep Investigative Team dug up these highly classified files with the details of their superhuman abilities:
5.) Captain Amphetamine:
Leading the charge against the enemies of Gauchodom is the strongest, fastest, most hyperactive hero the world has ever seen. Able to leap Davidson Library in a single bound, Captain Amphetamine uses magic white crystals from his home planet of Colombia to fuel his amazing powers. Whether it’s staying up all night researching the weaknesses various super-villains or vanquishing foes with his flashing fists, you can count on Captain Amphetamine.
Powers: Super strength and speed, requires little to no food or sleep.
Costume: Whatever he could find in the charity bin by Hempwise.
Vehicle: A bike made from various scrap metal found in back lots and dumpsters.
Weakness: His powers quickly diminish without a steady supply of crystals.
Arch-Nemesis: IV Foot Patrol.
4.) The Vitali Vanquisher:
Here to wield his Elixir of Self-Confidence inside his fabled Plastic Chalice, this Far-Eastern crime fighter has the ability to turn his enemies insides to fire and melt their brains to nothing. Upon consuming his sacred beverage, he gains near invincibility, perfect coordination, and flawless flirtation skills.
Powers: Can curse enemies with nausea and headaches, immune to social cues and all responsibilities that take place before 11:30 in the morning.
Costume: A sweaty, booze soaked Hawaiian shirt missing at least two too many buttons.
Weaknesses: Puppies, sad Facebook clickbait, and “dudes tryna start some shit.”
Arch-Nemesis: Alcoholics Anonymous.
3.) Stonerman and Bong Boy:
This dynamic duo had to be grouped together as a single entry on our list, as one is powerless without the other. Bong Boy is the keeper of a variety of enchanted herbs that, upon being smoked by Stonerman, grant him fascinating mental abilities and clairvoyance. He can sense vibrations, emotions, and even (some say), a grilled cheese sandwich from 50 miles away. Stonerman and Bong Boy also provide the team with tasty snacks and invaluable moral support.
Powers: Snack-sense, speed eating, and vibration sensitivity.
Costume: Whatever he went to bed in the night before.
Vehicle: Walks everywhere.
Weaknesses: Bright sunlight, loud noises, bad vibes.
Arch-Nemesis: Cottonmouth and an empty fridge.
2.) The Masked Mapache:
A myth to many, and a menace to others, the Masked Mapache pursues justice outside the restrictions of the law. The poorly lit streets of Isla Vista in the late hours of the night are his hunting ground, the general degeneracy of this town his prey. Striking from the shadows of various dumpsters and bushes or atop the occasional fencepost, this cloaked crusader strikes fear into the hearts of bike thieves and fence-hoppers alike. Blessed with superhuman agility, senses, and night vision, no yard is safe from his nightly prowl.
Powers: Speed, Climbing ability, Coon-sense, night vision
Costume: Jet-black fursuit
Weaknesses: Rat poison, flashlights, a baseball bat
1). Chancellor Yang:
No introduction is necessary.
Powers: Basically a god.
Costume: Perfectly fitted suit and tie.
Vehicle: University Shuttle.
It’s clear that if Earth actually sent Chancellor Yang, Thanos wouldn’t stand a chance. Thank God our fearless leader showed enough restraint to let the Infinity War play out to its spellbinding conclusion without his interference, aka, certain victory. Thanos is reportedly quaking in his boots at the thought of a face off with the chancellor.
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