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Last Minute is a member of the Speedrunners, and a boomerang user whose boomerangs can come back before he even throws them.

AppearanceEdit

He was shorter then average and burly.[1][2]

Abilities and PowersEdit

A strong candidate for the tinker who outfits the group. In addition, he has the power to reverse the flow of time and make things move in reverse, manton limited to inanimate objects.[3]

Equipment Edit

Outfitted with boomerangs, bombs and other weapons that are designed to behave unusually when under the effects of his power.[3]

HistoryEdit

BackgroundEdit

Worked in Seattle as a villain with the Speedrunners.

Early-WardEdit

Worked as security in Hollow Point alongside the other Speedrunners.

During the Mathers Compound Assault, he was outed as a Fallen mole alongside his team.

Post-Time Bubble PopEdit

Last Minute joined Teachers Cauldron alongside other Speedrunners and Fallen.[4] He defended the base during The Wardens' assault, and was able to recover and restore two out of three of Saint's mechas after their destruction by heroes.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Last Minute was shorter, stout, with a lot of muscle and fat both. His gadgets hung from a high-tech belt. - Excerpt from Shade 4.3
  2. Last Minute was burly and barrel-shaped, muscular but not tall, loaded down with his throwable trinkets. - Excerpt from Interlude 15.y II
  3. 3.0 3.1 “Last Minute moves things backward in time. Emphasis on things. Not people. Carries an assortment of tinker boomerangs, bombs, weapons. If Secondhand didn’t have the tinker-ish name, and if there wasn’t a chance they were all lesser tinkers, I’d say Last Minute was a contender for the team’s tinker, with his arsenal.”

    “What’s the catch, or what’s the tinker component?” Tristan asked.

    “From what little I remember, his gadgets don’t act the same when moving in reverse, or it has added functionality while being reversed.”

    “Fuck me,” someone said. I thought I heard someone else groan, too.

    “Yeah. Boomerangs fly a different path, or split apart so one version carries forward and one retraces its path,” I said. “That sort of thing.” - Excerpt from Shade 4.3
  4. Interlude 13.x
  5. Dying 15.5
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