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Origin: Transformed
Real Name: Danielle Foccart
First Appearance: Legion of Super Heroes Annual # 1 [DC Comics August 1982]
                            Character created by Keith Giffen and Paul Levitz


Prowess 4 {Fair}
Coordination 5 {Good}
Strength 4 {Fair}
Intellect 5 {Good}
Awareness 5 {Good}
Willpower 5 {Good}

Stamina: 9
Determination: 2


Martial Arts
Technology (Computers)


Interface 8
       Multiple Machines



. Stubborn and self-reliant.
. Relationship: Jacques Foccart (brother)
. Inquisitive. 

Points: 64


Danielle Foccart was not a villain in human form. Her origin begins as as a child born and raised in the French West African nation of Côte d’Ivoire. Danielle suffered from a chronic neurological disorder which was confusing to a myriad of medical experts. Her brother Jacques Foccart also known as the Invisible Kid, brought her to Brainiac 5 of the Legion of Super-Heroes for observation and to find a cure to her illness. Brainiac 5 with haste and without proper research, used a piece of circuitry from the dismantled machine Computo, a highly advanced supercomputer he had created years earlier. The machine took over Danielle and she became possessed by the mechanical super-villain Computo. Danielle had been forever affected at the very biological core of her being, Computo’s interface added nanotechnology to her DNA.

Danielle had matured from a young girl controlled by Computo to a strong woman with super powers. Her technopathic powers and her brother’s affiliation with the Legion of Super-Heroes allowed Danielle to gain entry into the newly formed Legion. She rose up the ranks as Deputy Leader and was a trained hand-to-hand combatant.

Converted characters, most of the times, unavoidably exceeds the 45-point limitation that the ICONS Superpowered Roleplaying Game core book recommends. Character revised according to rules presented in ICONS Great Power book. Streamlined, once again, according to ICONS Superpowered Roleplaying: The Assembled Edition.


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