A member of the The Gods of Japan, Kumari is daughter of Minato-no kami, God of rivers and estuaries. During Mikaboshi's attack against the Olympians, she was tricked by Inari, along with the other Kamis, into believing that the Olyimpians requested their help due to Ares having gave water to Inari, unknowing making an offering to him. Due to this, she and the other Kami assisted the Olympians in the battle and Kumari played a somewhat important role there by giving a bottle of water to Neptune in return of the early "gift", and the ocean deity promptly used it to summon a flood.
Kumari has the conventional powers of the Japanese gods know as Kami like:
- Superhuman Strength: Kumari can, lift about 10 tons with her bare hands.
- Superhuman Speed: Kumari can move at speeds much faster than even the finest human athlete.
- Superhuman Agility and Reflexes: Kumari react to her environment much faster and precise than even the finest human athlete.
- Superhuman Durability: Kumari has inhuman durability that allows her to withstand large falls, high caliber guns and powerful laser attacks without injury. She also has some resistance to magic.
- Healing factor: Despite her god-like durability, its possible to injury her, but any damaged tissue heals much faster and better than even the healthiest human, and she is also immune to any kind of mortal disease. However, she is unable to heal lost limbs and organs without magical outside help.
- Mystical energy manipulation: Kumari can use her inborn magic energy to supernatural effects like teleportation and energy projection. Being the Japanese goddess of water, Kumari is capable of manipulate it and other elements to a degree, like summoning lightning or creating floods.
- 3 Appearances of Ame-No-Mi-Kumari (Earth-616)
- Minor Appearances of Ame-No-Mi-Kumari (Earth-616)
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- Kumari at the Guide to the Mythological Universe
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