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|Abilities||Telepathic communication with the Earth
Receive psychic impressions from ojects
Control over the Earth's natural energy sources
Ability to cause objects to bend to their will
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The Geomancers appeared in various comic titles published by Valiant Comics, including Eternal Warrior, Archer and Armstrong, Solar, Rai, Timewalker, and Magnus. A Geomancer comic was also published.
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Geomancers are a lineage of men and women who, since 3500 BC, have been chosen by the Earth itself to defend it, with only one Geomancer operating at a time. When a Geomancer dies, his or her chosen successor takes their place. When a Geomancer has reached the end of their life-cycle their power is removed by a suicide ritual called Bagh-Nakh.
Geomancers were instrumental in many pivotal events in the Valiant Universe, including the Unity Conflict, the birth and upbringing of Magnus, Robot Fighter, the struggle against the Darque Power, and the Harbinger Wars. Gilad the Eternal Warrior has served as the "Fist and Steel" of the Geomancers for most of his immortal life.
Geomancer Tashi Khatun authored a book entitled The Book of Geomancer, the tome of ultimate knowledge.
The first Geomancer was Khanit, who was chosen in 3500 BC. Later Geomancers included Buck McHenry, Geoff McHenry, Lucinda Mendez, Yuri Pierce, Ana Kawainui, Rokland Tate, and Aram Anni-Padda.
Powers and abilities
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Geomancers can psychically communicate with the Earth, receive psychic impressions from objects and living organisms, possess innate healing abilities, can read the minds of others, can control the natural energy sources of the Earth, and can cause objects to bend to their will.
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- Eternal Warrior #1
- Eternal Warrior #7
- Rai #0
- "MTV Geek – Get Your First Look At The New Geomancer With ‘Archer and Armstrong’ #6!". Geek-news.mtv.com. Retrieved 2014-01-07.
- "Immortal warrior springs Eternal in Valiant Universe – USATODAY.com". Usatoday30.usatoday.com. Retrieved 2014-01-07.
- Archer & Armstrong (vol. 2) #6 (Jan. 2013)