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| First = New Mutants #93
 
| First = New Mutants #93
   
| HistoryText = '''Tamara Kurtz''' was born a [[Homo superior|mutant]] following her parents exposure to fallout from the nuclear detonation over [[Hiroshima]]. She was recruited by [[Nathan Summers (Stryfe) (Earth-4935)|Stryfe]] into the [[Mutant Liberation Front (Earth-616)|Mutant Liberation Front]]. On one mission, she and her teammates [[Sumo]] and [[Kamikaze]] were sent to [[Madripoor]] in order to oversee the distribution of a drug designed to contaminate the world's water supply. She was opposed in this mission by the [[New Mutants]] led by [[Nathan Summers (Earth-616)|Cable]], [[Shiro Yoshida (Earth-616)|Sunfire]] and [[James Howlett (Earth-616)|Wolverine]]. Following the apparent death of Stryfe, the MLF continued under the leadership of [[Wildside]], with whom Kurtz had a romantic involvement. She was eventually captured while opposing [[Operation: Zero Tolerance]] and placed in the custody of [[Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division (Earth-616)|S.H.I.E.L.D.]].{{citation}}
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| HistoryText = '''Tamara Kurtz''' was born a [[Homo superior|mutant]] following her parents exposure to fallout from the nuclear detonation over [[Hiroshima]]. She was recruited by [[Nathan Summers (Stryfe) (Earth-4935)|Stryfe]] into the [[Mutant Liberation Front (Earth-616)|Mutant Liberation Front]]. On one mission, she and her teammates [[Sumo]] and [[Kamikaze]] were sent to [[Madripoor]] in order to oversee the distribution of a drug designed to contaminate the world's water supply. She was opposed in this mission by the [[New Mutants]] led by [[Nathan Summers (Earth-616)|Cable]], [[Shiro Yoshida (Earth-616)|Sunfire]] and [[James Howlett (Earth-616)|Wolverine]].{{r|New Mutants #93}}
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When the X-Men and X-Factor teamed up to bring down the MLF, they fought in Dust Bowl, Arkansas. Dragoness managed to lure Cannonball in close and disable him, but she fell when confronted by Storm, Polaris, and Rogue together.{{r|X-Factor #86}}
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Following the apparent death of Stryfe, the MLF continued under various leaders without Dragoness. She reappeared when the MLF came under the leadership of [[Wildside]], with whom Kurtz had a romantic involvement. She was eventually captured while opposing [[Operation: Zero Tolerance]] and placed in the custody of [[Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division (Earth-616)|S.H.I.E.L.D.]].{{r|X-Force #67|68}}
   
 
===After [[M-Day]]===
 
===After [[M-Day]]===
 
After the [[M-Day]], Dragoness was one of the few mutants to retain their powers.{{r|X-Men: The 198 Files #1}}
 
After the [[M-Day]], Dragoness was one of the few mutants to retain their powers.{{r|X-Men: The 198 Files #1}}
   
She later relocated to [[Los Angeles]], and was seen helping to escape [[Mortimer Toynbee (Earth-616)|Toad]] and [[Hope Abbott (Earth-616)|Trance]] during the riots.{{citation}}
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She later relocated to [[Los Angeles]], and was seen helping to escape [[Mortimer Toynbee (Earth-616)|Toad]] and [[Hope Abbott (Earth-616)|Trance]] during the riots.{{r|X-Men: Legacy #226}}
   
With Dragoness, [[Litterbug (Earth-616)|Litterbug]] and [[Bliss (Morlock) (Earth-616)|Bliss]], Toad tried to seize control of the [[Utopia (X-Men Base)|Utopia]] water supply but they were all stopped by [[Robert Drake (Earth-616)|Iceman]].{{citation}}
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With Dragoness, [[Litterbug (Earth-616)|Litterbug]] and [[Bliss (Morlock) (Earth-616)|Bliss]], Toad tried to seize control of the [[Utopia (X-Men Base)|Utopia]] water supply but they were all stopped by [[Robert Drake (Earth-616)|Iceman]].{{r|Nation X #1}}
   
 
| Powers = Dragoness is a [[Homo superior|mutant]] who was deemed a '''General Threat''' by the [[Office of National Emergency (Earth-616)|O*N*E]].{{r|X-Men: The 198 Files #1}}
 
| Powers = Dragoness is a [[Homo superior|mutant]] who was deemed a '''General Threat''' by the [[Office of National Emergency (Earth-616)|O*N*E]].{{r|X-Men: The 198 Files #1}}

Revision as of 18:21, February 24, 2015



Tamara Kurtz was born a mutant following her parents exposure to fallout from the nuclear detonation over Hiroshima. She was recruited by Stryfe into the Mutant Liberation Front. On one mission, she and her teammates Sumo and Kamikaze were sent to Madripoor in order to oversee the distribution of a drug designed to contaminate the world's water supply. She was opposed in this mission by the New Mutants led by Cable, Sunfire and Wolverine.[1]

When the X-Men and X-Factor teamed up to bring down the MLF, they fought in Dust Bowl, Arkansas. Dragoness managed to lure Cannonball in close and disable him, but she fell when confronted by Storm, Polaris, and Rogue together.[2]

Following the apparent death of Stryfe, the MLF continued under various leaders without Dragoness. She reappeared when the MLF came under the leadership of Wildside, with whom Kurtz had a romantic involvement. She was eventually captured while opposing Operation: Zero Tolerance and placed in the custody of S.H.I.E.L.D..[3]

After M-Day

After the M-Day, Dragoness was one of the few mutants to retain their powers.[4]

She later relocated to Los Angeles, and was seen helping to escape Toad and Trance during the riots.[5]

With Dragoness, Litterbug and Bliss, Toad tried to seize control of the Utopia water supply but they were all stopped by Iceman.[6]

Powers

Dragoness is a mutant who was deemed a General Threat by the O*N*E.[4]

As far, she has displayed the following powers:

  • Bio-Electricity Generation: Able to generate and store bio-electricity, which can either be released as:
    • Electric Blasts
    • Pyrotechnic flares




Equipment

Formerly possessed a pair of bionic wings.

Transportation

Flight using her bionic wings, teleportation by Zero, various MLF vehicles.

In House of M, Dragoness apparently had organic wings.

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