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Like every creature found on the Beyonder's Battleworld following the events of the first Secret Wars, Llrrllllnnllyyrrl was the product of the subconscious mind of the Fantastic Four's Thing,[1] the Thing had decided to remain on Battleworld[2] after discovering he could change back and forth between human and Thing forms.[3] Each of these creations were based off some aspect of Ben's memories or personality, with entirely fabricated backgrounds and origins.[1]

Llrrllllnnllyyrrl claimed that her wedding dowry was stolen by the Takers, a group of thieves that also stole a device that would allow Ben Grimm to return home to Earth.[4] In reality, she was actually being subtly manipulated by both Grimm the Sorcerer[5] and the robot known as Ultron.[6] Grimm the Sorcerer sought to destroy the Thing, while Ultron was seeking to have his body restored after it was destroyed in the original Secret Wars.[2]

Having captured one of the Takers' flying beasts, Llrrllllnnllyyrrl turned it over to Ben to ride up to the top of the obelisk. Transported to the Taker's hideout, Ben turned into the Thing and forced his way into their base. Realizing that they had stolen an object belonging to a great and noble warrior, the Takers returned the device to the Thing and quickly became his loyal worshipers. Before leaving, the Thing demanded that the Takers locate Llrrllllnnllyyrrl's dowry and return it to her.[4]

Forgetting what Llrrllllnnllyyrrl's dowry was, the Takers brought back what they thought was the stolen property, a gem encrusted piece of gold, only to be told that it wasn't correct.[7] The second item they brought to Llrrllllnnllyyrrl was a Tantorian P-Z Lanta, a powerful weapon that had the curious ability to teleport itself to wherever the holder wished it. Thinking that it was the only gun that could stop her friend the Thing, Llrrllllnnllyyrrl accidentally caused it to temporarily end up in the hands of Gruhl, a creature that bore a grudge against the Thing.[8] They continued on with little to no success. At one point, the Takers and Llrrllllnnllyyrrl were interrupted by one of the priestesses of Maub who were seeking for their missing child Juneyar.[9] They continued their appointed task, still failing to find that which Llrrllllnnllyyrrl sought.[5] Finally, they located Llrrllllnnllyyrrl's "dowry" which turned out to be the head of Ultron.[10] Ultron enthralled Llrrllllnnllyyrrl and her people and forced them to rebuild his body. Upon completion, Ultron thanked Llrrllllnnllyyrrl for repairing him by disintigrating her.[6]




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