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Toyama Mitsuhara, Agent Mitsuhara




Don "Major Deej" Finger

1990s; 29 Nov 2009



Mitsuhara, Mari (Unofficial Guardian, deceased)



Not long after Earth was invaded by the Soltan Star Empire in the year 2000, the Japanese government started work on what they deemed as a 'weapon' against any who would dare to attack Japan that way again. Thus the Psycho-Synaptic Inception (PSI) Project came to be.

The plan was to grow superhuman test tube babies, gene-coded and DNA modified humans that, once grown and trained, were to, in the event of a national crisis, use their minds to create a psychic web network for any of a variety of purposes; mentally calm scared citizens, mentally direct armies and/or attacks without communications equipment, use mental powers to enter an enemy's mind and either shutdown their mind, mentally control them or use 'inception' to dissuade them from their actions.

A few years later, the first batch of lab-created subjects were born in birthing vats.  By age 5, most of these new 'PSIs' as they were called, began to exhibit their new mental powers.  They were taught to control their powers, as well as disciplined harshly for using their powers wrong (or for that matter, doing anything 'wrong' by the scientists' views).  As a result, most all of the PSIs began to disconnect from their 'human' handlers and began communicating with each other via their psychic network, all the while using 'inception' to prevent the psychic security and monitoring team from knowing they were using their powers thus.

A few years ago, one of the female scientists fired from the PSI Project went public, voicing the 'inhuman' treatment the lab-created children were receiving, forced to become weapons rather than people.  As that scientist was doing a live interview, she went into seizures and died on live TV. An autopsy identified she died due to a sudden 'brain tumor' rupturing.  The public went wild demanding the government shutdown the project and save the children.

Instead, the Japanese government used their emergency fail safe system - genetically implanted 'brain bombs'' that, when subject to a series of frequencies and lights, would cause each PSI's brain to painlessly shutdown and die, with the body shortly thereafter bio-disintegrating into a pool of unrecognizable (or untraceable) organic goo.

All 350 PSI Project "PSIs" were subjected to the fail safe system.  345 PSIs died from their 'brain bombs'; 5 did not.

The five that survived were aided in their escape by a female PSI Project scientist, Professor Mari Mitsuhara. Minutes before the 'kill order' was given, she was able to round up at least five PSIs (she wanted more, but didn't have enough time), wrap their heads in aluminum foil found in the kitchen, and spirited them out of the lab through the sewers and out into the real world, which for the five PSIs, was the first time ever.

Prof. Mitsuhara got them to an old biology lab her dad built on the island of Dogo.  There, using solar powered generators for electricity in the small abandoned research facility, she inserted biological 'shunts' to the brain bombs, as shunts to the triggers than would cause the PSI's bodies to disintegrate into goo.

All during this time, the Japanese government's black ops agencies hunted for the remaining five.  The Japanese government was able to publicly suppress the 'rumor' of the PSI Project and the 'lab-created children' as all part of a poor brain-damaged woman's imagined fantasy.  Secretively, the whole PSI Project was shutdown and 'disinfected', leaving no trace to anything...or do with the project...other than one missing professor (Mitsuhara) and 5 other unaccounted for PSIs (initially, they were believed to have 'disintegrated' into drains in the bathrooms, but Japan's black ops agencies and their paranoid thinking thought otherwise).

Over the next few years, Professor Mitsuhara worked to 'normalize' the five PSIs, teaching them about humanity, the world and Japanese history, as well as continuing their fast-paced education they'd started in the PSI Project facilities.  By age 12, each of the five PSIs had at least the equivocal of one bachelors degree in a field of their own choice. She also taught them focus in using their powers through martial arts, having them practice every day in their makeshift dojo.

By the time they were 15, the worse happened - they were found.

Sadly, GUARD's Psiguard Division was able to triangulate the location of five unique psychic signatures using a new algorithm tracking program.  GUARD's Psiguard sent a team to Dogo Island off of Japan to 'encounter' what they'd detected.  Again, sadly, the Japanese government's black ops team that had been unsuccessfully hunting the PSIs for years were also spying on GUARD and Psiguard Division, so when they discovered Psiguard making a 'beeline' to Dogo Island, they quickly assumed the five PSIs had finally been found.

On Dogo Island, while Professor Mitsuhara was teaching the five PSIs martial arts in the dojo, GUARD's Psiguard sauntered onto the grounds without provocation.  Professor Mitsuhara greeted the GUARD team kindly, introducing each of her students (whom she'd named since).  When the Psiguard team leader stated the reason for their uninvited visit, Prof. Mitsuhara told them the story of who the student were and the secrets of Japan's dark PSI Project over the next few minutes. Before any discussion was conducted about what they'd all do from there, over two dozen Japanese Black Ops mercenaries alighted into the camp, dropping gas grenades, spraying the dojo with bullets from positions rappelling out of the trees and out from behind dark corners, all in an attempt to kill everyone present.  Three of the PSIs were mowed down and killed before they could even react.  The other two PSIs joined GUARD's Psiguard team (and even Prof. Mitsuhara) and fought back.

In the end, all of the Japanese Black Ops mercs were killed, along with downing several suicide drones that were designed to track the PSI's bio-signatures, fly and attach themselves to the PSIs and detonate.  In the end, only one PSI, four GUARD Psiguard team members and a dying Professor Mitsuhara were left.  Professor Mitsuhara called for the remaining PSI, whom she'd named Toyama (after her own long-dead son), and told him that his destiny was to help save the world as he'd been made to do...but to do it with humanity, compassion and honor.  She asked him to go with GUARD, for now, until he found the right group of like-spirited 'heroes' that he could work with to help keep the planet safe from evil and invasion.  In a tearful ending, Toyama swore he'd do just as she asked, right up to his dying day.

Profesor Mitsuhara died moments later.

After the incident on Dogo Island, the Japanese government's PSI Project was publicly outed by way of the World Council.  Reparations were beset on Japan to compensate for the murder of hundreds of PSI Project scientists (carried out as part of their 'disinfecting') and were forced to shutdown all efforts to ever track/murder Toyama (who now took the professor's last name as a legal name). 

For the next year, Toyama Mitsuhara worked with GUARD's Psiguard Division as well as X-Guard - GUARD's own black ops division.

One day while on a mission for Psiguard in Monterrey, California in the United States,  he saw a superhero named "Protechtor" on live TV pleading for any and all superheroes to come to his aid to stop dozens of super villains wrecking havoc on San Francisco.  Toyama hopped into his personal GUARD flyer and flew at maximum speed to Protechtor's battle location, where he and several other superhero respondents joined forces and stopped the wave of super villain attacks.  This band of unique heroes seemed like the exact type of heroes Professor Mitsuhara had mentioned to him.

Not long thereafter, the band of heroes Toyama met with formed the latest new iteration of an old-time west coast San Francisco-based super group called the "Protectors". Within a few minutes of the Protector's invitation for Toyama to join them, Toyama contacted GUARD, thanked them for all they'd done for him, and stated he was resigning from GUARDToyama readily and happily joined the Protectors seconds after than call.

Today, Toyama, still a teenage in physical age, goes by the hero code-name of "Psimind" (as it relates to his original designation from the PSI Project of "PS1-M1-ND-01") and has become more and more 'normal' as a human rather than a genetically-created weapon.  He still has a lot to learn about humor, fashion, inter-personal relations and of course love, sex and dating.  He's a quick learner, but as he learns more, he seems to be more distracted with handling his emotions than ever before. Thanks to Professor Mitsuhara's mentorship and loving guidance, he is often able to focus past the complex crashing of emotions around him and steady himself when he begins to feel overwhelmed or scared.



Power Origins: Science

  • Mental Shields

    • Has a personal remarkable psionic shield up when when he sleeps

    • Can shield other minds (that are willing to do so) for a lowered level of protection for each additional mind shielded beyond his own (starts at excellent psionic shielding for the first person protected); range 200 yards

  • Mental Blast

    • Excellent level psionic/mental blast at a range of 200 yards

    • Can create a good-level, 360-degree mind blast to all in a range of 20 feet radius from himself

    • Excellent ability to 'detect' minds with coherent thought within 200 yards, level decreases as range increases

  • Telepathy

    • Can link with other telepaths of equal or high ranks of telepathy to create a psychic web network. Can link with others with lesser or no telpathy, but the connection can only be used for seconds at a time or risk brain damage to their targets.

    • Can read peoples unshielded minds at an excellent level up to 200 yards away

    • Can 'suggest' or 'dissuade' ideas to people through a brief, light telepathic connection, but cannot force or override a target's brain into action (used to suggest calmness or the desire to run away from a dangerous situation, etc.)

  • Mind Control

    • Has excellent ability to shutdown and reawaken the unshielded brain of a person of like or lesser psyche.

    • With additional time and training, can learn to shutdown or reawaken specific hemispheres of the brain, vice the whole brain

  • Mental Invisibility​

    • Can make others susceptible to suggestion to mentally 'not seeing' him or others he chooses to mentally hid​e. Each additional person he hides or and to suggest invisibility too lowers the level of the power's effect.

    • This does not affect video cameras or physical security objects; they are still 'visible' with the naked eye.


  • Bodysuit

    • Provides poor physical, temperate, toxin, toxic

  • Earwig

    • 25-mile transceiver communications radio with unlimited range when used with cellular towers

    • Excellent material strength

  • Visor

    • Allows for multi-spectral viewing (normal, heat, infra red, ultraviolet, night)

    • Provides good visual flash protection

    • Remarkable material

  • Utility Belt

    • Carries a variety of excellent equipment, gizmos, spycraft material, mini computer and/or communications and/or survival equipment


  • Stealth (Master)

  • GUARD Operations (Professional)

  • Black Ops ( Professional)

  • Mathematics(Professional)

  • Communications Engineering (Professional)

  • Computer Engineering (Professional)

  • Psychic Shielding (Master)

  • Acrobatics (Professional)

  • Marksmanship (Professional)

  • Martial Arts: Melee (Professional)

  • Martial Arts: Dodge/Evade/Block (Professional)

  • Martial Arts: Fighting (+) (Proficient)

  • Pilot (Proficient)

  • Neurosciences (Proficient)

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