We REALLY need to be careful here. Considering the guy calls himself the Beast, and is essentially saying he's the Devil, he could be lying about EVERYTHING else he says. There's no reason to believe he's Rahne's son, no reason to believe his last name's Sinclair (or that his first name is really Tier), and no reason to assume his place of birth or base of operations is New York City (especially since he's not even been born yet. A little factoid that REALLY calls his claims of being Rahne's child into question). And he's not likely to be a mutant unless he appears in Generation Hope (since, apparently, that's where all of our new mutants are coming out of). Sometimes it IS okay to wait until we have more information before making a page, people. I really think we're WAY too trigger-happy sometimes. --GrnMarvl14 03:33, January 21, 2011 (UTC)
- I just read the issue and he only claims to be Rahne's son, no mention about anything else. I edited the page. And to be honest if he is the son of those two and the rest is true, I will quit. This is too over the top, considered what the character of Rahne has been through its a wonder she didn't commit suicide already. Furhermore there is no hint of Hrimhari in his appearance and unlike some other readers I despise the "its fiction so everything is allowed" rule.--Critwriter 16:35, January 21, 2011 (UTC)
It's very probable that the name Tier was chosen by the writer because it means animal in german. Thats' probably also why he calls himself the beast, with a mutant werewolf for a mother and a norse wolfgod for a father, he might have some yet unshown powers, possibly shapeshifting, and with his heritage he doesn't need to be a mutant to have powers.
I was actually the person who first made this page, but I've recently realized that even if this character really is Rahne's son he's still from an alternate future. His reality will probably need a TRN designation and his page should be moved. --Gipdac (talk) 17:23, August 17, 2012 (UTC)
- I'm in favor of a move, but this entire character (the older Tier) seems...questionable. Given what all we've seen since his introduction and the disparate threads tying themselves together in the current arc, it really raises the question of whether he's an alternate reality Tier, a demon imposter (Bloodbath, maybe), or maybe even a delusion on Darwin's part (admittedly MUCH less likely. Though an ILlusion is plausible). But, yeah, I favor a move. I just...had to say that. And I'm glad you're keeping an eye on things, because I suspect you'll be the first to offer a more accurate move when more information is made available (if it ever is).
- --GrnMarvl14 (talk) 02:01, August 19, 2012 (UTC)