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The King of Rock and Roll, '''Elvis Presley''' (1935-77), was the unknown possessor of the [[Death Totem]] in Memphis, Tennessee, circa 1954. The totem was connected to his guitar that allowed his deceased twin brother Jessie to help him create his sound, allowing him to become the first Rock and Roll Legend. [[Nate Heywood]] and [[Amaya Jiwe]] helped convince Elvis's preacher [[Lucious Presley|Uncle Lucious]] not to stop his career, thereby presumably saving Rock and Roll, until Elvis's music rose the dead as ghosts. Luckily, Elvis was able to use the Death Totem in his guitar to release their spirits by leading everyone into singing "Amazing Grace." This also enabled Elvis to convince Jessie to move on to the afterlife.
 
The King of Rock and Roll, '''Elvis Presley''' (1935-77), was the unknown possessor of the [[Death Totem]] in Memphis, Tennessee, circa 1954. The totem was connected to his guitar that allowed his deceased twin brother Jessie to help him create his sound, allowing him to become the first Rock and Roll Legend. [[Nate Heywood]] and [[Amaya Jiwe]] helped convince Elvis's preacher [[Lucious Presley|Uncle Lucious]] not to stop his career, thereby presumably saving Rock and Roll, until Elvis's music rose the dead as ghosts. Luckily, Elvis was able to use the Death Totem in his guitar to release their spirits by leading everyone into singing "Amazing Grace." This also enabled Elvis to convince Jessie to move on to the afterlife.
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==Biography==
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Elvis had gone to a pawn shop to purchase his first guitar now that he had enough money. He became drawn to one that unknowingly housed the Death Totem. The shopkeeper told him that the guitar had belonged to Robert Johnson. Elvis was awestruck but the owner told him that he didn't want it as it was rumored to be cursed. Elvis took it and tried it out and didn't seem to notice the lights starting to flicker brightly as he played a good melody. The shopkeeper was frightened and told Elvis to take it. Elvis told the man his name and advised him to keep an ear out for his name because he would be on the radio one day.
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In a separate timeline, his hometown of Memphis had been driven to a fit of hysteria where all the residents fled but Elvis stayed behind. When he emerged, he was declared insane and institutionalized. This sent a ripple through time that caused rock music to never be created and drew in the [[Legends]].
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Elvis was sitting in his uncle's church during a service and listened as his uncle preached that Rock and Roll was the 'Devil's Music'. His uncle then called him to play a hymn for everyone and his mother told Elvis to keep it godly. He went and started playing a church hymn to the disappointment of Nate Heywood, but after a while, Elvis started to let some of his own soul into it which activated the totem on his guitar and caused [[Zari Tomaz]] to float into the air as her totem began to react.
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Elvis went to a music bar but saw that his guitar was missing. It had been unknowingly taken by [[Wally West]] before Nate and Amaya arrived to give him a duplicate guitar. He thanked them for finding it and went on stage to play but found that he didn't feel like himself. When Nate asked what had happened, Elvis revealed that every time he had played with his guitar, he felt his twin brother Jessie's spirit with him and it inspired him to play great music. Now, his brother was gone and Elvis didn't feel like he could play like he wanted and would have to cancel his upcoming recording session. Nate told him that he couldn't cancel the session and that they would get Jessie's spirit back to him.
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==Powers and abilities==
 
==Powers and abilities==

Revision as of 22:16, March 14, 2018

The King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley (1935-77), was the unknown possessor of the Death Totem in Memphis, Tennessee, circa 1954. The totem was connected to his guitar that allowed his deceased twin brother Jessie to help him create his sound, allowing him to become the first Rock and Roll Legend. Nate Heywood and Amaya Jiwe helped convince Elvis's preacher Uncle Lucious not to stop his career, thereby presumably saving Rock and Roll, until Elvis's music rose the dead as ghosts. Luckily, Elvis was able to use the Death Totem in his guitar to release their spirits by leading everyone into singing "Amazing Grace." This also enabled Elvis to convince Jessie to move on to the afterlife.

Biography

Elvis had gone to a pawn shop to purchase his first guitar now that he had enough money. He became drawn to one that unknowingly housed the Death Totem. The shopkeeper told him that the guitar had belonged to Robert Johnson. Elvis was awestruck but the owner told him that he didn't want it as it was rumored to be cursed. Elvis took it and tried it out and didn't seem to notice the lights starting to flicker brightly as he played a good melody. The shopkeeper was frightened and told Elvis to take it. Elvis told the man his name and advised him to keep an ear out for his name because he would be on the radio one day.

In a separate timeline, his hometown of Memphis had been driven to a fit of hysteria where all the residents fled but Elvis stayed behind. When he emerged, he was declared insane and institutionalized. This sent a ripple through time that caused rock music to never be created and drew in the Legends.

Elvis was sitting in his uncle's church during a service and listened as his uncle preached that Rock and Roll was the 'Devil's Music'. His uncle then called him to play a hymn for everyone and his mother told Elvis to keep it godly. He went and started playing a church hymn to the disappointment of Nate Heywood, but after a while, Elvis started to let some of his own soul into it which activated the totem on his guitar and caused Zari Tomaz to float into the air as her totem began to react.

Elvis went to a music bar but saw that his guitar was missing. It had been unknowingly taken by Wally West before Nate and Amaya arrived to give him a duplicate guitar. He thanked them for finding it and went on stage to play but found that he didn't feel like himself. When Nate asked what had happened, Elvis revealed that every time he had played with his guitar, he felt his twin brother Jessie's spirit with him and it inspired him to play great music. Now, his brother was gone and Elvis didn't feel like he could play like he wanted and would have to cancel his upcoming recording session. Nate told him that he couldn't cancel the session and that they would get Jessie's spirit back to him.


Powers and abilities

Former powers

  • Death Totem: Unknown to Elvis, his guitar had the Death Totem attached to it.
    • Necromancy: The Totem allowed Elvis to raise the spirits of the dead.

Abilities

  • Singing/Music: As an aspiring musician, he can sing and play the guitar.

Equipment

  • Guitar: As a musician, he carried his beloved guitar around with him.

Former equipment

In real life

Elvis Presley was nicknamed The King of Rock and Roll due to his recordings of versions of songs like Hound Dog, Blue Suade Shoes and Jail House Rock. Elvis was also in fact what is known as a Twinless Twin with his brother Jessie Garon Presley dying before Elvis was born.

Appearances

DC's Legends of Tomorrow

Season 3

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