Baby Intelligence

Throughout his life, Baby Intelligence has had many relationships with other people. Over time, he built a friendly relationship with a large number of people, good and bad, and has also made several enemies.

Achilles Edit


Achilles, Baby Intelligence's companion.

Achilles was the pet cat of Baby Intelligence. He constantly hung around in the office in the MBH, and the bond that developed between them was a close one. Achilles was usually very affectionate with Baby Intelligence, which he showed by gently nibbling his ear or fingers. However, he was not above snubbing him out of jealousy or biting him on the rare occasions he snapped at him.


Parents Edit

Rotta Hecks Edit

Baby Intelligence only lived with Rotta for the first week of his life before his abandonment in space. Having a very close relationship with his mother, it broke his heart to be neglected by her, and even more so to discover her hidden evil. Still he remained loving and persistent to make amends with her at some point. When she died, this passionate goal failed. Her early death when he was just 2 months old foiled these attempts and shook him. As a result he tried to kill Mr. Stupid NoHead, and unleashed a brutal asault. He vowed never to let anyone he loved be harmed again. Her death was somewhat made up for when she returned to counsel with him and chat as a ghost.

Greg Hecks Edit

Baby Intelligence barely knew his father. However, Greg still loved him despite his powers, but his fear overcame that and he agreed to abandon him. Intelligence never saw his father again, for he was unable to return to Earth as a ghost. This made him utterly sad.

Bella Hecks Edit

Although Bella died before Peter was born, Master Intelligence learned who she was in 2029. He expressed regret that they never knew each other.

Thomas Meyer Edit

Master Intelligence first met Thomas Meyer when he was seventeen. They were introduced by Thomas’s great aunt, Myra Gordon. They got along almost instantly, according to Myra. They were ultimately united by their desire to have the Sword of Abomination. Thomas soon became an S.M.S.B. member and took the name of Centauri. Being a distant cousin of Thomas through his father Hell Burnbottom, was unaware of Thomas' heritage until he investigated it. At first, Master Intelligence was shocked and horrified that Burnbottom and Black left behind a child to carry out their legacy, but he allowed him to remain within the S.M.S.B. ranks.

They got along for twenty years until Centauri began to question what Master Intelligence was truly doing for him. He confronted Intelligence over this, who was interceded by Baby Strength. Centauri lost control during the argument and attacked Baby Strength. Master Intelligence rushed forward to defend his ally, and during the ensuing duel Force Baby was killed. Centauri fled and Intelligence ended their friendship.

The Dark Flame spent a number of years gaining power in North America while Master Intelligence was beginning a revolution in Asia. While the Dark Flame and his army terrorized the world, Master Intelligence refused to face him out of fear that Centauri knew who had really killed Force Baby, this coupled with some lingering affection for him. But after ninety years, Intelligence could no longer stand idly by, and quickly located his old friend. When he did this, they engaged in the legendary duel of 2180, eyewitnesses said no greater duel was ever fought. The Dark Flame won in the end and impaled Master Intelligence, only to be killed himself soon after.

Best friendsEdit

Sebiscuits Cardarphen Edit

"I loved you like a brother."
―Baby Intelligence to Sebiscuits[src]
The first stage of their relationship was similar to that between a father and a son and Sebiscuits was, along with Lindsay, his most trusted members. Sebiscuits had great respect for his master and considered him a wise role model. However, Baby Intelligence’s patient and peaceful ways clashed with his apprentice’s arrogant and prideful attitude. They would often disagree about politics. Ultimately, the antagonism that they would show, sometimes rather violently, turned into playful bickering. However, their relationship turned darker due to Baby Intelligence’s extended strife to give everyone equal attention.

When Sebiscuits fell to the darkness, Baby Intelligence was heartbroken. During their duel, Baby Intelligence kept trying to find a trace of his old apprentice in the monster he had become but it was in vain and he finally accepted that Sebiscuits was gone. However, Baby Intelligence wasn’t able to finish Sebiscuits off and saved him from the flames. After this duel, their relationship became fruitful again.

Lindsay Kellerman Edit


Lindsay Kellerman, his most trusted ally

"Lindsay, when I die...the MBH, the leadership of this group...will be yours."
―Baby Intelligence, alone with Lindsay[src]

Baby Intelligence loved Lindsay dearly, going as far to spare the Gladiator in 2042 with the sole intention of saving her by doing so. Intelligence would also not give up on saving Lindsay after she was thrown toward a fire pit by NoHead, nor when Burnbottom nearly ran over her on his speeder bike. After their first clash, he told her that he hadn’t doubted her, after she told him that she knew he would save her. Intelligence’s desire to keep Lindsay safe went beyond the battlefield into his teachings to her. Though she was skilled in the classic Grund, Intelligence began teaching her Ataru and Niman, two powerful forms he was greatly skilled in.

There is also much evidence to support that Baby Intelligence’s attachment of Lindsay was as great as his attachment to Rotta Hecks and Paige Nelson. Though Intelligence was overly careful, Lindsay’s presence seemed to soften this precaution. The MBH attack seemed to be a milestone for their relationship, as he promised the MBH and the leadership of the S.M.S.B. would be hers when he died. Nearing the end of the Second NoHead war, Intelligence still held a great degree of trust in her, being one of the few people to strongly believe that Lindsay had a good reason for distrusting Red X. However, he also realized that he could not help her directly as it would have been the wrong thing to do. He also managed to help them make up.

Paige NelsonEdit

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Paige Nelson, a short-lived yet valued member of the S.M.S.B.

Baby Intelligence had always taken a shine to Paige Nelson, the second person ever to join the S.M.S.B. During their first lesson, Baby Intelligence gave Paige one of his “rare smiles” during her first performance on the training field. Intelligence was also disappointed when she insulted Force Baby until he was in tears, and reprimanded her before helping Force Baby calm down.

When Nelson was killed by Cardarphen in the eve of 2020, Baby Intelligence "jerked as if he had been cut" upon hearing the news. He visited her grave several times in his life.

In the battles they faced, both of them remained side-by-side. He further showed his high regard of Paige by giving her permission to visit his laboratory alone, with the promise not to touch anything.

When Baby Intelligence sensed Paige was in mortal danger at Mr. Stupid NoHead’s hands, he deserted a battle he was fighting with the sole intent of rescuing her. Baby Intelligence was a role model for Paige and both had much in common, in beliefs, preferences, and personality traits. Furthermore, both had a love for learning. Knowing she was far older than him, Intelligence even allowed Paige to instruct him on certain aspects of how the world worked, further displaying his trust and liking of her.

Carol Wilcox Edit

Carol - the blabberish singer

Carol Wilcox, Baby Intelligence's best friend and conscience

Baby Intelligence had a very strong relationship with former executive Carol Wilcox. Initially, he was slow to trust her, for two reasons. First of all, he barely knew her and he had the impression that plenty of people would take advantage of his inexperience due to his rank. Second, he had opened himself up completely to Annabeth Black, a NoHead Marauder who he trusted with his life and turned out to be a double agent. He had promised himself betrayal would never catch him off guard so much again.

However, she proved her loyalty to the S.M.S.B. twice, the second occasion consisting of her rescuing him from bandits at Merchant Alley. Eventually, he felt comfortable enough around her to trust her with his life and vent to her his greatest fears. Carol, in turn, sincerely acknowledged Baby Intelligence as "the greatest superpowered being in the world". Baby Intelligence later admitted that his appreciation for her stemmed from the fact that she fulfilled the vital role in his life that Annabeth Black had performed as a double agent and would only have continued to "get his back" at the cost of him joining the Darkness. The two parted ways after the end of the war.

When Carol died, she left him her backpack in her will.

Ammon DorberEdit

Baby Intelligence had a strong relationship with his Crodela coach, Ammon Dorber, whom he first met in 2019 during the tryouts to join a Crodela team known as the Holy Mackerels. Dorber was very impressed at his natural flying skills, expressing gratitude that he had accepted the post of brightener. Baby Intelligence held the deepest respect for Dorber, who in turn demonstrated his fondness of the baby on several occasions. Initially, he was disapproving of Ammon's relationship with Carol Wilcox, though he later acknowledged that more than anything, he wanted them to be happy. Later when Baby Intelligence was seeking out Annabeth Black and Sebiscuits Cardarphen, he realized that Ammon was one of his closest friends.

Baby Strength Edit

Baby Strength

Baby Strength was apprenticed to Baby Intelligence. He thought Baby Intelligence was a great teacher, and in turn Baby Intelligence loved him deeply, despite that he wasn’t as close to him as he was to Sebiscuits Cardarphen or Lindsay Kellerman.

Baby Strength found out about Baby Intelligence after he became a revered superhero, and even in poverty and starvation deemed him his “hero.” Baby Intelligence first met his imminent pupil when he and Force Baby were hiding in an office building and they together won the Battle of Palmyra. Baby Strength was initially reluctant to swear any oaths to the superhero, but Baby Intelligence promised he would be treated as a member of his family, provoking several memories from Baby Strength that helped him come to trust Baby Intelligence enough to join him. Despite being somewhat annoyed with his master's self-righteous nature on occasion, Baby Strength quickly came to respect Baby Intelligence’s immense power and seemingly infinite wisdom. The two get along well on a day-to-day basis. Baby Intelligence showed great insight into his character very early on. Like Kellerman, Baby Strength and Baby Intelligence are quite similar in their dour, brooding tendencies in times of trouble, and often need Force Baby's humor and levity to counterbalance their intense personalities.

Baby Strength stood steadfastly by his master and comforted him after they lost Paige Nelson to the NoHeads. Consequentially, the two heavily bonded during the Search for the Chosen One. They also had a falling out during this time, when Baby Strength began to question whether Baby Intelligence had a real plan to get the scrolls for Sir Edgar Caravan's prophecy, ultimately culminating in an intense physical fight driven by blind rage after they argued whether they should stay and heal Force Baby or get a mutated boulder abroad. The two of them made up shortly afterwards, Baby Intelligence was sorely devastated beyond measure when he was kidnapped by Mr. Stupid NoHead's followers. By the time he had been rescued, however, he realized he had misjudged his master horribly. More so than Force Baby, Baby Intelligence understands Baby Strength's emotional feelings and is compassionate towards him. Baby Intelligence often comforts Baby Strength and shows him kindness and care when he is upset.

The two remained close into adulthood, working effectively together for several years. Like the rest of the S.M.S.B., he still did his best to treat Baby Strength equally.

Red XEdit

Red X

Red X, a close ally and friend.

Master Intelligence showed much care and steadfast championing of Red X. Throughout Red X’s years at the MBH, Intelligence provided her with protection and guidance, and supplemented Red X’s schooling with additional information about the forces of Darkness.

After the Rebirth of Hell Burnbottom, Master Intelligence made an even stronger effort to give Red X exclusive training, as the others had been training their whole lives and were capable of taking a variety of criminals. By the time Red X was seventeen years old, Master Intelligence took on the role of providing her with additional insights into the origins of the NoHeads as well as other villains. He entrusted Red X with the task of getting a final, crucial memory from high enemy lines. When Red X was killed, Master Intelligence was devastated.

Red X and Master Intelligence forged a strong Student — Headmaster bond, comparable to that between two close family members (most likely case of a great-grandfather — granddaughter). Red X felt comfortable enough around the impressive, intimidating figure of Master Intelligence to shout at him in frustration, cry out of grief, admit to his fears, and entrust him with her life. Intelligence in return considered Red X to be a talented and powerful Super who had inherited her parents’ best qualities, noting that Red X also had the potential to become a great leader. He also had great faith in Red X as shown when Master Intelligence was clashing with Hell Burnbottom and she intervened in a move he himself could not deflect. Even though her only known powers were flight and telekinesis, he allowed her move to absorb Burnbottom’s attack entirely. Master Intelligence later told Red X that he wasn’t worried because he was with Red X.

Sheriff BladepointEdit

Baby Intelligence had an exceptionally good relationship with his teacher, Sheriff Bladepoint. When Bladepoint saw that the baby had been disowned by his parents, he took him up for training. After this happened, Baby Intelligence gained great respect and admiration for the Sheriff. During their training, the two quickly became good friends, and Bladepoint taught him many things, such as sword combat. After Baby Intelligence graduated, Bladepoint continued to watch over him from a distance, and gave him advice from time to time.

Baby Intelligence later acknowledged Bladepoint as one of the bravest men he had ever known. He also knew that without Bladepoint, he would not be who he was.

S.M.S.B. members Edit



Telekinibabe, a close friend.

Baby Intelligence met Tyler Grant Jnr when he was talking with Albert Herrington. He had a great degree of respect for the baby, having a lot of concern for him when he barely escaped from Hell Burnbottom during an ambush. He also was not willing to disobey Baby Intelligence, at least in terms of the letter of the law. This was most evident during the Battle of Yellowstone, when he negated returning to the hangar as Intelligence had earlier told him to “keep away from [their] battle” (even though Baby Intelligence meant to keep hidden).

When Telekinibabe arrived at the MBH, Baby Intelligence was pleased to begin his training. When Tyler had a chilling vision about the NoHeads, Baby Intelligence let him sleep in, but sent Lindsay to wake him when it was almost 8:30. He also reported that he was likeable and talented.

However, Baby Intelligence’s concern for Telekinibabe did not blind him to his misdemeanours around the MBH. Though he sometimes let Telekinibabe off for breaking rules, he only did so only under life-threatening circumstances. Baby Intelligence went out of his way to treat all students justly, and took no issue with giving any member severe punishments, if he thought they deserved it.

Throughout Telekinibabe’s studies, Baby Intelligence kept a watchful eye on him, and intervened in his affairs whenever necessary to keep him safe. He also praised him for being a friend to every member, from Lindsay to Red X. When Telekinibabe defeated Whammo, Intelligence was sure to reward him.

Force BabyEdit

Force Baby was apprenticed to Baby Intelligence. He thought Baby Intelligence was a great teacher, and in turn Baby Intelligence loved him deeply, despite that he wasn’t as close to them as he was to Sebiscuits Cardarphen or Lindsay Kellerman.

In 2019, Sebiscuits and Paige both left the S.M.S.B. As such, Baby Strength and Force Baby were the only members left. When the three were briefly alone together, Baby Intelligence could not have appreciated him more. Generally, they were on friendly terms in 2031, though opinions on new members like Lindsay and Red X briefly set them apart but their understanding for each other remained.

Force Baby also visited Master Intelligence’s grave, after the attack on the MBH.[citation needed]

Dante ChristensenEdit


Hardy: "Eh? You no do dat!"
F7 war robot: "I'm sorry, are you with Baby Intelligence?"
Baby Intelligence: "Are you?"
Hardy: "I in trouble either...yeah, I with him."
Baby Intelligence: "Let's confirm one thing then. You mess with him, you mess with me! Correction: I mess with you!"
— Baby Intelligence and Hardy arguing with an F7 war robot[src]



Andromeda joined the S.M.S.B. in 2041. Despite her power, she was highly unstable. Master Intelligence hoped to help her exploit this, however, she died a year later and he could not do this. He had come to greatly care for her, and was visually upset when he witnessed her murder per the Gladiator’s orders.


It is unknown how Master Intelligence felt about Retrowoman, the last member of the S.M.S.B. However, Retrowoman seemed to look up to him.

Other friendsEdit

Bash Edit

Baby Intelligence met Bash when he came to the Dancing Dorm. He had a great degree of respect for the baby, considering helping him everyone's first duty if they didn't want Mr. Stupid NoHead, the Dark Lord, in charge. He also was not willing to disobey Baby Intelligence, at least in terms of the letter of the law. Throughout their time together, Baby Intelligence kept a watchful eye on him, and intervened in his affairs whenever necessary to keep him safe, a protectiveness Bash reciprocated.

Dexter Edit

Dexter joined Peter Hecks, an extremely talented baby who had joined the training ranks, and did a good share of his training. The two became very good friends; both confided in each other their worst fears. The two fought together in a particularly violent battle against Sean Cornelly. Dexter was the second person told of Peter’s graduation. Before the pair parted, Dexter advised Peter that his need for connection with other beings was a possible threat, and betrayal should never catch him by surprise. While Dexter and Peter had been an effective team, their relationship after the dawn of the S.M.S.B. was distant. However, Peter heeded much of Dexter’s advice, still abiding by it in 2043.

After Operation: Purge, Dexter was one of the only police who did not blame him for the massacre, even going so far as to stand up to Sheriff Bladepoint, his Master.

Rocken Role Edit


Rocken Role, a good friend and supporter.

Rocken Role first met Baby Intelligence in 2020. Baby Intelligence found Rocken cool, and shortly afterwards, he embarked on a mission to save the latter's life (though in all fairness, he was just as motivated to stop what remained of the NoHeads). Role garnered much respect for the infant legend. The two were reunited when they filmed Shipped to Hell during the early 2050s. They saw each other again when Role revealed that Wesley Carrier had been kidnapped. Master Intelligence stayed for a short time at their house.


By the time Jonathan was seven years old, he had learned of the famous hero Master Intelligence, who he admired, like many before him. However, Master Intelligence would not meet him in person until 2028. Rumors of a former NoHead base in Albany compelled the leader of the Outpost, Captain Jaden Vang, to mount an expedition there. Knowing his skills as a mechanic, Vang brought Jonathan with him. Together, along with six of Vang’s hired protectors, used it to try to find the rumored base. However, on the way, they were mobbed by a band of thieves. However, they were saved by Master Intelligence's fortuitous arrival, who drove off the threat. Jonathan excitedly asked Intelligence if he could be tested for joining the S.M.S.B., and the mutant asked him what his powers were. When Jonathan said he had none, the mutant replied that only mutants could join.

Russell StewartEdit

Russell Stewart seemed to like Master Intelligence, when he first met him. Master Intelligence was very upset learning that Russell attempted to break into the Hall of Domination, and thought it was unfair that Russell was imprisoned.

Percy and StephanieEdit

Percy and Stephanie first met Baby Intelligence in 2020, when he saved them from the Lunch Money Bandit. They would always remember him, and they also came to the Swordfighting Tournament in 2031. Apparently Master Intelligence had not forgotten them at this point, for he did congratulate them after the tournament was over.

Bailey Dennings Edit

As two close friends of Carol Wilcox, Bailey Dennings respected Baby Intelligence's tendency not to exactly stay out of life-threatening trouble. She was usually happy to help him out, like she did by "taking care of" the Dam of Demolitions. They did have a brief quarrel after she threw a shuriken at his head, but he got over it. She acts friendly toward him, and he gives her the same respect, but the two had little contact.

Riley Bell Edit

"Baby Intelligence broke off. He had just noticed the woman who had entered the room behind Force Baby. You! he shouted, and he thrust his hand into his pocket, but it was empty."
―Baby Intelligence meets Riley for the first time[src]
The first time Baby Intelligence met Riley, he thought that she looked a lot like her cousin Annabeth but, with kinder eyes and lighter hair. Her resemblance to Annabeth was such that Baby Intelligence attempted to attack her, but upon realizing his mistake, he felt bad and apologized as her physical comparison to her cousin seemed offensive to her. She provided shelter for him when the NoHeads ambushed their temporary sanctuary.


Mr. Stupid NoHeadEdit

Mr. Stupid NoHead

Mr. Stupid NoHead, Baby Intelligence's archenemy from birth.

Paige Nelson: "I’d like to make [NoHead] pay for seducing Sebiscuits."
Baby Intelligence: "No, Paige. Revenge is not our way. We need to win for the good of all."
— Paige Nelson to Baby Intelligence concerning Mr. Stupid NoHead[src]

Mr. Stupid NoHead, who sought to destroy Baby Intelligence, was Baby Intelligence’s most dangerous enemy from the start. To circumvent his foreseeing that one special person could destroy the NoHeads, NoHead lured Baby Intelligence into the open. They began to duel, and the fight ended when Baby Intelligence telekinetically disarmed the villain. NoHead was defeated, and resorted to escape. They would continue in desperate attempts to defeat each other.

There are many features that both Mr. Stupid NoHead and Baby Intelligence share: both were only children. Both had grown up with training from one of their parents. NoHead, like Baby Intelligence, barely knew the other parent. In addition, both wore relevant uniforms daily. Both Intelligence and NoHead inherited their powers from their NoHead heritage. This is less coincidental than it might seem, for Rotta, Intelligence’s mother, was also a NoHead. Although both were calm people overall, neither were incapable of fear and anger. NoHead trained Sebiscuits and Baby Intelligence trained him as well. Both boys had followers: NoHead gathered a small group of “friends” through fear, intimidation, as well as tenuous promises and then later a whole group calling themselves the NoHead army. Similarly, many people gravitated to Intelligence out of loyalty and a shared cause, but also curiosity and an attraction to his fame.

The two mutants also preferred energy swords over any other weapon. Both Mr. Stupid NoHead and Baby Intelligence were mistreated by their parents and both felt their first home was their first base. In addition, both were athletic and extremely talented with a sword, however, each in different form. Both also prefer to stick to the rules.

However, there are also many features that set Baby Intelligence and Mr. Stupid NoHead apart: Intelligence fought for the greater good, while NoHead fought for revenge and power. Furthermore, NoHead never had friends, only followers who feared him or hoped to gain some reward or advantage. Intelligence made many friends throughout his career: Percy, Stephanie, Sebiscuits Cardarphen, Red X, Paige Nelson, Optica, Force Baby, Telekinibabe, Baby Strength, Lindsay Kellerman, and many, many others. They supported Baby Intelligence because they share a common belief. NoHead used robots to fulfill his tasks, while Intelligence fought his battles in person.


Most importantly, Baby Intelligence cared about the people around him, even pitying Sebiscuits Cardarphen when he himself had defeated him, unintentionally torturing him in the process. Intelligence had the ability to love and be compassionate, making him more vulnerable to suffering pain, but also capable of experiencing deep friendship and loyalty that helped guide him to greatness. For NoHead, love, fidelity, or compassion are unwelcome and little known concepts. NoHead would demand loyalty and respect from his allies and mechanized soldiers, but had little in return. NoHead had a tendency to dispose of soldiers who either failed him, angered him, or were no longer of use to him, while Intelligence valued his allies far too much. Mr. Stupid NoHead and Intelligence were also related by blood, however distantly, through their shared descent from the NoHeads (NoHead through Mr. Crooked NoHead and Baby Intelligence through Rotta Hecks). This made them distant cousins.

Nevertheless, Mr. Stupid NoHead and Baby Intelligence felt little more than hatred for each other; NoHead even admitted he was worse than Paige Nelson, who had purged the NoHeads several years back, and was thus his most hated rival. Baby Intelligence also proved to be Mr. Stupid NoHead’s killer in early 2020.

Hell BurnbottomEdit

Hell Burnbottom saw Baby Intelligence as his father’s most hated enemy and despised him for the inexplicable threat he posed to the Dark Lord. Despite having very little contact with him, he hated him all the same and wanted him dead very badly. It only drew more hatred after Intelligence killed NoHead.

The Gladiator Edit

The Gladiator was one of Master Intelligence's worst enemies and a serious threat to his life. When he first met Intelligence in 2035, he pretended to be polite to him. However, after two encounters Master Intelligence became determined to eliminate him. Intelligence won in the end, imprisoning the Gladiator in his own prison Negagard.

Annabeth BlackEdit

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Annabeth Black, Baby Intelligence's hated enemy.

Baby Intelligence first met Annabeth at the police station while she was acting as a double agent without his knowledge. He quickly became extremely fond of her. He opened himself up completely to her and soon realized he trusted her with his life, a trust he did not have for anyone else. Baby Intelligence's trust was further cemented after she "made fencing practice fun" and saved him from being pummeled by a woman named Lori. Unbeknownst to Baby Intelligence, Annabeth continued to undermine him as much as possible, following the instructions of Mr. Stupid NoHead.

When Baby Intelligence and Sebiscuits Cardarphen boarded the Wasp intending to rescue Mayor Katie Black, Baby Intelligence caught Annabeth menacing officer Ray. Left with no choice, she revealed that she had always been loyal to Mr. Stupid NoHead. Horrified at this, Baby Intelligence fled through a vat of fuel, unable to bring himself to hurt her. He promised himself betrayal would never catch him off guard so much again.

From this moment, Baby Intelligence felt contemptuous of Annabeth Black, his eyes immediately drawn to her picture wherever he saw it. Annabeth in turn hated Baby Intelligence as much as he hated her. She wanted him dead very badly, she even volunteered herself for the task of murdering him in 2019, until Mr. Stupid NoHead quietly stopped her. Throughout their encounter in the Ambush in Australia, Annabeth goaded Baby Intelligence with sarcastic baby-talk, mocking him for falling for her ploy. After Annabeth became second-in-command of the NoHeads and possessed popstar Rocken Role, Baby Intelligence came to hate her as much as he hated Mr. Stupid NoHead.

Though she spoke disparagingly of the fact that Baby Intelligence was "a shortsighted puppet and a silly copy of his mom", Annabeth despised Baby Intelligence mostly out of loyalty to her master. As such, Annabeth more or less hated anyone who challenged or threatened the NoHeads. Regardless of his feelings, Baby Intelligence recognized that Annabeth made a fearsome opponent.

As Baby Intelligence's hate towards Annabeth was prominent amongst the many other NoHeads, he tended to focus on her whenever he saw pictures of her, or when her name came up. It was due to this relationship that he saw the resemblance between Annabeth and her cousin Riley Bell, to the point of even nearly mistaking Riley for Annabeth herself.

Annabeth saw Baby Intelligence as her master's most hated enemy and despised him for the inexplicable threat he posed to the Dark Lord.

Ironically, the two shared many similarities that neither of them were aware of. Both were half-blood mutants who grew up with heavy burdens and subservience to a powerful organization. Both of their initial caretakers feared them (Annabeth's parents were worried about her unusual habits as a preschooler, while Rotta and Greg feared Baby Intelligence's connection to mutantry). Both Baby Intelligence and Annabeth's lives virtually revolved around the Dark Lord — one was his archenemy and one was his most loyal and talented follower.

In addition, the two grew up virtually friendless until becoming a key player in the Second NoHead War (Annabeth due to her isolated nature and Baby Intelligence due to his unstable life). Furthermore, both had at least one near-death experience prior to becoming overage: Annabeth was nearly killed along with Laleh Clipso by the Gladiator in 2014, while Baby Intelligence repeatedly faced attempts on his life by the NoHeads). However, both Baby Intelligence and Annabeth had at least one silver gleaming: their attraction to books and admirable personalities.

Brute Gunray and Mean KingEdit

Throughout the Second NoHead War, Baby Intelligence also found enemies in Mr. Stupid NoHead’s other two sons, Brute Gunray and Mean King. He first encountered them in Yellowstone National Park when they built a new base there. He did know they were responsible for several murders, including several of Katie Black’s bodyguards, and would kill him if given half a chance. He also loathed them for imprisoning innocent Muggles.

In 2020, during the Third Duel In the NoHead Base, Baby Intelligence first encountered Mean King directly, alongside Force Baby. Because of the threat he posed, Brute Gunray was also to be destroyed by the combined efforts of Baby Strength, Lindsay Kellerman, and Telekinibabe. Mean King knocked out Force Baby, but when Force Baby awoke, he used the Force to assist Intelligence in dispatching Mean King after a fight. Baby Intelligence was evidently relieved when Mean King and Gunray were killed off.

Enemies Edit

Minister Maggot Edit

Baby Intelligence first learned about Minister Maggot shortly after dispatching the Robotic Monster. Maggot personally blamed Baby Intelligence for his being thrown out of business, and he became consumed with so much anger and hatred for the Police Grand Army, and equally consumed with fear for the well being of his family, who he deeply cared about, that he allowed all three factors to cloud his mind. In particular, he hated Baby Intelligence for deflecting the blasts that rebounded into his company's building, in spite of the obvious facts that Baby Intelligence was just a baby, he was doing the right thing, and he was not the villain of the war. Maggot nonetheless held him responsible. Baby Intelligence's boundless idealism clashed with Maggot's realistic worldview. While Baby Intelligence didn't think much of him, Maggot was impressed by the hero's sheer determination and to some degree stubbornness. When they finally fought one-on-one, Baby Intelligence overpowered Maggot, but he saved him from falling into a pit of fire. Minister Maggot felt indebted to the child for his act of mercy. Surprisingly, after Baby Intelligence destroyed his company, ruined his quest for revenge, and put him in prison, he reportedly repaid his debt to the superhero by refusing to speak of his pet project to anyone. This surprised Baby Intelligence and made him slightly respect the former business executive.

Wesley the Worm Edit

Baby Intelligence particularly disliked Wesley the Worm for dragging him into the spotlight against his will (the moment they first met), and for making Baby Intelligence seem as though he was constantly seeking attention. Wesley even offered to give Baby intelligence secret tutoring in Crodela, though the baby refused.

Several days after Hell Burnbottom was killed and Wesley came to the New Police Station “on official business”, Baby Intelligence and Force Baby, who actually knew where the Western Field was, asked Wesley why he was being accused on spying for Annabeth Black. At this point, Wesley admitted the truth about his position as a pirate, bringing Baby Intelligence's contempt for the incompetent, arrogant narcissist to boiling point. Baby Intelligence did not hesitate to knock him out by telekinetically smashing him against the floor. Baby Intelligence and Force Baby, along with Baby Strength, never encountered him again until he was dead, having heard that he'd tried to pull a knife on Sheriff Bladepoint, only to be shot by Victoria Blossom. Baby Intelligence didn't have much sympathy for Wesley for his demise was all Wesley's fault to begin with as he brought it on himself.

Ramona Meyer Edit

"I have played my part so well, I have deceived one of the greatest mutants of all time."
―Ramona describes her attitude towards Master Intelligence[src]
Master Intelligence first met Ramona in 2042, at the MBH. Ramona seemed thrilled to meet him, though she had come to request that the hologram pit be moved from the MBH, as part of her scheme. Master Intelligence was generally pleased to meet Ramona; the two eventually became good friends. Master Intelligence trusted Ramona greatly, and strived to help build her confidence.

As it turned out, Ramona was a servant of the Gladiator, and it was she who was aiming to steal the hologram pit, and, if possible, kill Master Intelligence along the way.

Becca SmithEdit

Master Intelligence felt contemptuous of Becca Smith from the moment he encountered her in Transylvania Quarters, his eyes immediately drawn to her picture wherever he saw it. Becca in turn hated Master Intelligence as much as he hated her. She even volunteered for the task of invading his home in 2041. Throughout their encounter in the Battle of Transylvania, Becca goaded Master Intelligence with sarcastic baby-talk, mocking him for acting upon a dream his friend insisted was a reality. She abandoned the baby-talk, however, becoming incensed when Master Intelligence mocked the Gladiator.

Though she spoke disparagingly of the fact that Master Intelligence's position in the Second Cold War was not as hard-earned as her own (in her opinion), Becca despised Master Intelligence mostly out of loyalty to her master. Regardless of his feelings, Master Intelligence recognized that Becca made a fearsome opponent, acknowledging that she was also a "mutant" of prodigious skill and absolutely no conscience".

As Master Intelligence's hate towards Becca was prominent amongst the many other Knights of Plague, he tended to focus on her whenever her picture was shown in the newspaper, or when her name came up.

Lunch Money Bandit Edit

Master Intelligence was Hell Burnbottom's most hated enemy, leading the Lunch Money Bandit to show open hatred for him. Intelligence was shocked at what the Lunch Money Bandit did in 2020. Although the two very rarely saw each other, Master Intelligence was disgusted by Cygnus' patricide and disregard for sentient life.

U.S. Government Edit

Katie BlackEdit

Katie Black

Katie Black

Baby Intelligence initially respected Katie Black for her clean slate and high morale. In 2019, Baby Intelligence and Sebiscuits both engaged in a rescue mission to save Black who was being held prisoner aboard Mr. Stupid NoHead’s ship. The two babies were able to board the ship and find the Mayor and Mr. Stupid NoHead in the detention chamber. Baby Intelligence and Sebiscuits fought NoHead, but Intelligence was knocked unconscious. A wile later, Baby Intelligence regained consciousness and he was able to help the Mayor escape the ship. After this event, Black was very impressed, even making an amend for the police to come directly under Baby Intelligence’s control, though Baby Intelligence would not have it.

Evans Edit

"Deep down, Evans knows Master Intelligence’s much cleverer than he is, a much more powerful mutant, and in the early days of his government he was forever asking Intelligence for help and advice. But it seems that he’s become fond of power now, and much more confident. He loves being President, and he’s managed to convince himself that he’s the clever one and Intelligence’s simply stirring up trouble for the sake of it."
Force Baby on Evans’ attempts to discredit Master Intelligence[src]
When Evans first became Mayor, Baby Intelligence expressed confidence in him and warmly congratulated him for reaching his position. In Evans' early career, he was forever bombarding Baby Intelligence for help and advice. In return he expressed confidence in Baby Intelligence. When "Sirius Xameres" had an Order of Suspension for Baby Intelligence due to his failure to prevent the NoHeads from causing Operation: Purge, Evans said it was the "last thing we want just now," and "if Baby Intelligence can't stop them... who can?"

Besides advice, it seems that Baby Intelligence informed Evans of important events in the war. In 2024, Evans also announced publicly that Baby Intelligence had changed his name to "Master Intelligence" since the latter was not a baby anymore.

Over the years, though, Evans became paranoid that Master Intelligence was seeking the President position for himself, despite Master Intelligence clearly showing lack of interest in the position. This paranoia was kept suppressed, as Evans continued to respect Master Intelligence over the years and accepted his decisions, despite their eccentricity. Despite constantly seeking advice from the more able wizard, Evans would nevertheless succumb to the public's views and sometimes go against Master Intelligence's insistence on certain issues, such as sending Darren to Beta Prison. Evans was only successful in gaining the people's confidence because they knew he was willing to accept Master Intelligence's advice.

However, in 2031, after Master Intelligence told him that the NoHeads had returned, Evans refused to believe him, even when Sebiscuits showed him the reactivated NoHead Sign, as he finally succumbed to his paranoia. As a result, Evans started a smear campaign to discredit and ruin Master Intelligence's reputation, ungratefully rejecting and forgetting all the assistance and advice he received from Master Intelligence for the past eleven years. He also intended to wrest control of the S.M.S.B. from Master Intelligence.

After seeing Hell Burnbottom's return in the Mutamon, Evans was forced to accept it all, as well as reinstate Master Intelligence's reputation. Following this, Evans resigned as President in disgrace because he refused to take the steps Master Intelligence offered him. When Evans requested Master Intelligence to persuade Lindsay Kellerman to lie for the government's behalf to the world in order to cling onto his position, Master Intelligence refused, seeing no more desire or purpose in helping Evans.

Molly Dawson Edit

Lindsay Kellerman: "Thicke wanted to know where you go when you’re not at the MBH."
Master Intelligence: "Yes, he is very nosy about that. He has even attempted to have me followed. Amusing, really. He set Dawson to tail me. It wasn’t kind. I have already been forced to incapacitate Dawson once; I did it again with the greatest regret."
— Lindsay Kellerman and Master Intelligence in February 2042.[src]
Molly Dawson, to say the least, did not have a positive relationship with S.M.S.B. Grandmaster Master Intelligence. After the rebirth of Hell Burnbottom, Dawson warned Sheriff Bladepoint that he should stay away from Master Intelligence, who she felt was a bad influence. To Master Intelligence’s surprise and dismay, Dawson refused to look at him during his trial, and even agreed with one of Evans’ biased comments against Master Intelligence. Intrigued by Master Intelligence’s activities outside his headquarters, Dawson to follow Master Intelligence, but the superhero was forced to incapacitate her, something he described as "not kind".

Ai Chiou Edit

Baby Intelligence has always had a friendly relationship with Mayor Ai Chiou. When Chiou claimed her post, Baby Intelligence expressed confidence in her and warmly congratulated her for reaching her position. When "Sirius Xameres" (Mr. Stupid NoHead in disguise) had an Order of Suspension for Baby Intelligence due to his failure to prevent the NoHeads from causing Operation: Purge, Chiou said it was the "last thing we want just now," and "if Baby Intelligence can't stop them... who can?" During the war, she expressed confidence in Baby Intelligence. After Mr. Stupid NoHead fell during the Battle of the Fifth NoHead Base, Chiou, alongside State Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, awarded a medal of honor to Baby Intelligence and his allies — Lindsay Kellerman, Baby Strength, and Force Baby — for their victory. She promised him that he and his friends could live in society in a climate of safety and freedom assured, though Baby Intelligence politely turned down her offer. Chiou accepted this, and in gratitude, she gave him the medal as a gift to take home to the MBH. As the quartet departed, Chiou quietly expressed her confidence that Baby Intelligence's victory would pass into legend.

Whether or not they saw each other again directly is unknown.


Indiana Shaffer Edit

From the day he met her at a Crodela game, Baby Intelligence disliked Indiana Shaffer and found her to be extremely annoying. On the other hand, Indiana was a big fan of Baby Intelligence, thinking he was a kind of celebrity, but Baby Intelligence didn't like that. Although she and Baby Intelligence weren't so close, Indiana thought that she was Baby Intelligence's best friend and even went so far as to claim he was her future lover, just as soon as he was a teenager.

In the end, she died for Baby Intelligence's cause. Although he had never exactly liked her, Baby Intelligence's feeling of personal guilt regarding her demise haunted him for some time afterwards. Having witnessed it firsthand, Baby Intelligence refused to speak of it for two months after it happened.

Zett Edit

Zett joined Peter Hecks, an extremely talented baby who had joined the training ranks. Indeed, he was the second man to show Peter any genuine kindness (the first being Colby Doge Senior). The two established a cordial relationship, though they spent little time together. Before the pair parted, Zett was the first to learn of Peter's graduation following the attack on New York City. While it was obvious the two got along, their relationship was undoubtedly distant.

Zach and Bridgett KellermanEdit

Baby Intelligence was good friends with Zach and Bridgett Kellerman, although when and how he met them is unknown. He had a keen liking for them, knowing them both to be pure souls. When the Kellermans became Mr. Stupid NoHead’s targets due to a prophecy made about their daughter and the Dark Lord, Baby Intelligence attempted to protect them by casting a protective Taboo and offering to be their Secret Keeper, but the role of Secret Keeper went instead to Amarone Chalsey, which turned out to be a fatal mistake, as Hadeline turned out to be a spy, and she betrayed Bridgett and Zach to NoHead, who killed them. Baby Intelligence was very saddened by their deaths. Ironically, he would later adopt Lindsay by accepting her into the S.M.S.B. He often told Lindsay about the great goodness of her parents, and repeatedly consoled her with the assurance that her parents would never ever truly leave her because of their love for her. Intelligence also believed that Lindsay’s love for her parents was one of her greatest powers.

Behind the scenesEdit

The following lists Baby Intelligence's nonexistent relationships with non-canonical characters:

Daphine Edit

Baby Intelligence, being a distant cousin to Mr. Stupid NoHead (and therefore Daphine as well), was unaware of Daphine's heritage until he investigated it. At first, Baby Intelligence was shocked and horrified, but after defeating and capturing her, he felt sympathetic towards her as she only wished to see her parents. Nevertheless, Baby Intelligence refused to let her alter the past to fulfill that one wish, insisting that no one can change their own life by tampering with time.[1]

Caleb Kirke Edit

Caleb's relationship with Baby Intelligence was rather mixed. Caleb was sometimes rude to Baby Intelligence, but he still asked for him to bring Lisa back.[1]

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