As time went on, Vyrra tried to keep himself alive through science, but he could only hold off death for so long and wished to return home and be buried in Atlantis. Vyrra formed a plan by which he would exhume Lady Dorma's corpse from her grave and clone her, at which Namor would be so happy to see her he would forgive Vyrra's past mistakes. The clone was perfect and was aged to the appropriate age, but the downside was she had the mind of a newborn. This process was repeated eight times, which left him with a group of mindless clones. This was when some Atlanteans scouts discovered one of the clones, and recognized her as their king’s deceased wife.
They then reported back to Namor concerning their unusual discovery. Namor and Namorita traveled to Lady Dorma's grave, only to find it empty. They followed the trail which led them to Vyrra's secret lab. Namor confronted the scientist and forced him to reveal his true intentions and why he created them. Vyrra then accidentally revealed the true origin of Namorita, that she was a clone. Namorita swam from the cave, distraught about her origin, so Namor followed and tried to console his young cousin.
When Namor left, Vyrra realized that he would soon return and destroy his lab. Vyrra used one of machines to transfer his mind into one of the Dorma clones. Killing his old body in the process, Vyrra fled in the new body and hid from sight. Vyrra left a note requesting that his body be buried in Atlantis, which Namor refused out of anger at his actions. This left Vyrra angry at his refusal, and he placed his old body in stasis. All the clones were killed.
Vyrra, in his new body, swam from the cave but came across the Lemurian known as Llyra. He then led her back to his cave, where Llyra was in shock, as she was the one that killed the Lady Dorma. In the cave, Vyrra revealed his true identity and Llyra told the scientist that she was pregnant and needed his help. Llyra's plan was to accelerate the growth of the child to adulthood.
Vyrra then copied Llyra's mind and placed it in the child. Llyra then told Vyrra that she would carry out his request of having his body buried in Atlantis. Vyrra had also secretly transferred his mind into the body as well. The child aged to sixteen years in the matter of minutes, and when the process was done, Llyra snapped the scientist's neck. Llyron, now possessing the minds of both of them, followed Vyrra's last request and buried his body in Atlantis with a suitable monument commemorating his life.
Dorma's clones possessed the conventional attributes of the Homo Mermanus species: gills to enable her to extract oxygen from water; a superhuman strong physique to enable her to withstand the extreme water pressure changes that occur beneath the sea, blood circulation enabling her to withstand freezing temperatures, and specially developed vision which was more sensitive to the green portion of the spectrum enabling her to see in the murky depths. She could swim at a speed of approximately thirty miles per hour. Dorma could not breathe air out of water. She was capable of lasting approximately nine minutes out of water before suffocating. However, she could operate out of water by wearing a special breathing helmet or by periodically ingesting a chemical that enabled her to draw oxygen from the air. (One such chemical also gave her skin a Caucasian flesh color temporarily.) Dorma possessed the normal strength of an Atlantean women, and could lift approximately two tons in air under optimal conditions.
Breathe underwater, swim at 30 mph, resistant to cold and high water pressure.
Lift 2 tons in air.
Only able to breathe out of water for 9 minutes without artificial aid.
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