It initially ploted revenge against the United States of America but decades later, realized that Japan had excelled both financially and technologically; it then believed this was a result of the atomic attacks. In the Modern Era, Everwraith started to disappear, as the Japanese started to forget the anger that formed him. 
However before departing it wanted to leave a last gift to Japan: a new nuclear attack horror, believing this was the only thing that will make Japan grow even further. It saw its opportunity when an electromagnetic pulse released by Magneto caused the Japanese hero Sunfire's atomic-based powers to go out of control. 
Everwraith also kidnapped Hiro Takachiho's mother in hopes that this would put him in conflict with Sunfire. However when his plan was discovered, Hiro ended up joining the Japanese super hero team Big Hero 6. 
- The Everwraith is not a corporeal being and though he could be sliced into pieces, he could immediately reassemble himself.
- He can go through a person and cause them great pain.
- He can spring necto-plasmic energy, teleport people and siphon energy from them.
- He is vulnerable to Sunfire's flames, thought whether it's fire in general or just atomic fire is unknown.
- He can also be rendered tangible with a type of necto-plasm.
- Marvel comics characters known to have been killed at Hiroshima or Nagasaki and therefore assumed to be part of Everwraith include Fang and Atsuko.
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