Int: 8 Will: 5 Mind: 4
Infl: 6 Aura: 5 Spirit: 5
Initiative: 20 Hero Points: 80
Energy Absorption: 12
Energy Blast: 10
Force Field: 12
Magnetic Control: 16
Bonus: Can create a magnetic field around a Green Lantern Ring that prevents it from functioning: Use Magnetic Control as AV/EV against Green Lantern's Dex/Dex. Positive RAP's indicate that the Ring won't function. Polaris can maintain this fro as long as he wished, but cannot use his other powers while doing so and can only affect one Ring at a time.
Limitations: Energy Absorption on works on magnetic energy.
Advantages: Connections: Underworld (High); Genius; Scholar (magnetism)
Drawbacks: Serious Psychological Instability (dual personality)
Alter Ego: Neal Emerson
Motivation: Power Lust (as Polaris)/Responsibility of Power (as Emerson)
Equipment (older incarnations):
Magno-Gun [Body: 6, Energy Absorption: 10, Energy Blast: 10, Force Field: 10, Magnetic Control: 14, R#: 2] Limitation: Energy Absorption on works on magnetic energy.
Source: Who's Who 3rd Edition; 2nd Edition Background/Rosterbook, page 80
foe of: Green Lantern
affiliation: Injustice Gang International
Ed's Notes: You what I always find interesting? When DC and Marvel have essentially the same character - like Doctor Polaris and Magneto - and yet one (Polaris) is a second-string villain / over-glorified bank-robber while the other (Magneto) regularly threatens ALL OF HUMANITY and is one of the top... three(?) most powerful (and prominent) super-villains on Earth. Just odd how differently two such similar characters get treated in their respective universes.
Second edition sources omit the bonus about shutting down Green Lantern Rings. (Which is pretty frickin' cool. lol)