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Retrieving the Dark Scepter
Daniel Drumm and Tina Minoru, two Masters of the Mystic Arts arrived at the Kamar-Taj to assist Wong and Kaecilius track down the Witch who had stolen a powerful relic. Drumm told Kaecilius that Wong's trepidation should be a sign to be careful and heed his instincts rather than just insult him. When Kaecilius asked why they were not doing their other duties Drumm told him the the situation proved serious enough that more than one member of the Masters of The Mystic was needed to subdue the thief. Kaecilius refused however and claimed that he could handle the thief himself. Drumm, Wong, and Minoru later arrived to find an unconscious Kaecilius who had been beaten by the thief and had underestimated the Staffs power.
Later at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, the group confronted the thief and after a grueling battle with their combined efforts they were able to overpower her and claim the Scepter. With Drumm and Wong putting it with all the other mystical objects at the Sanctum Sanctorum.
Training with Kaecilius
- "I can't remember the last time a landed a blow on you... be careful Kaecilius. I feel as if you're letting your distractions get the better of you."
- ―Daniel Drumm to Kaecilius
Drumm listened Kaecilius' concerns about the Ancient One not sharing her knowledge to the other Masters of the Mystic Arts during a training session, but Drumm told Kaecilius that it's not for the Masters to questions the Ancient One's methods, but only to protect Earth from the forces that lie beyond.
Powers and Abilities
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- In the comics, Daniel Drumm was a Haitian magician called Doctor Voodoo who was cursed and killed by the evil occultist Damballah. His soul was linked with his twin brother Jericho, who inherited his powers and his title.