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| eyes = Usually blue; white with no pupils in true form
| eyes = Usually blue; white with no pupils in true form
| hair = Usually blonde
| hair = Usually blonde
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| powers = Meggan is an empathic metamorph, her form changing at will or with her moods. She can be negatively affected by dark emotions, magic, pollution, or other corruptions of nature. She draws energy from the earth and other sources, enabling her to increase in size and strength, project force blasts, fly, and manipulate the elements. Her powers have been erroneously thought to be dependent on her proximity to Britain, but several trips to other countries with no ill effects refute this. Despite her magical affinity, she is not a fairy.
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| powers = Meggan is an empathic metamorph, her form changing at will or with her moods. She can be negatively affected by dark emotions, magic, pollution, or other corruptions of nature. She draws energy from the earth and other sources, enabling her to increase in size and strength, project force blasts, fly, and manipulate the elements. Her powers have been erroneously thought to be dependent on her proximity to Britain, but several trips to other countries with no ill effects refute this. Despite her magical affinity, she is not a fairy. Her powers are compleetely based on her energy as an elemental, owing her powers to the earth.
| debut = Mighty World of Marvel #7 (1983)  
| debut = Mighty World of Marvel #7 (1983)  
| creators = Alan Moore and Alan Davis
| creators = Alan Moore and Alan Davis
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bio_text= Born to travelers, the infant mutant Meggan instinctively grew a coat of fur to protect herself from the cold. The travelers believed her a monster, and subconsciously she manifested the traits they imagined she possessed. She was kept hidden until age seventeen when reality-altering mutant Mad Jim Jaspers turned Britain into a fascist state where superhumans were hunted. Meggan and her father were placed in a concentration camp. When finally freed, Meggan was unable to locate her family. She hid until an encounter during the full moon led to a battle with Captain Britain; during this fight a young bystander and friend of Meggan's, Micky Scott, was killed by falling debris, and Meggan fled in anguish. After the funeral she and Captain Britain both came forward to apologize to the dead boy's family. Captain Britain offered to let Meggan stay with him and help track down her family. Meggan's hero worship grew into attraction, though Brian failed to notice. However the telepath Alison Double, another friend, realized Meggan's true powers and provided the clues to unlocking them. During a battle with R.C.X.'s Cherubim, Meggan finally appreciated her metamorphic abilities, transforming into a tall, blonde, beautiful woman, all traits Brian found desirable; romance blossomed soon thereafter on a lengthy overseas trip. On one of their stops, in Russia, Meggan demonstrated the ability to harness elemental and magical forces during a confrontation with the ancient witch, Baba Yaga.
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bio_text= Born to a gypsy family in briton, the infant mutant Meggan instinctively grew a coat of fur to protect herself from the cold, as her body's first of many metamorphosis. The travelers believed her a monster, and subconsciously she manifested the traits they imagined she possessed, such as bat wings under her arms, and webed fingers. She was kept hidden in her parent's van until age seventeen when reality-altering mutant Mad Jim Jaspers turned Britain into a fascist state where superhumans were hunted. Meggan and her father were placed in a concentration camp. When finally freed, Meggan was unable to locate her family. She hid until an encounter during the full moon led to a battle with Captain Britain; during this fight a young bystander and friend of Meggan's, Micky Scott, was killed by falling debris, and Meggan fled in anguish. After the funeral she and Captain Britain both came forward to apologize to the dead boy's family. Captain Britain offered to let Meggan stay with him and help track down her family. Meggan's hero worship grew into attraction, though Brian failed to notice. However the telepath Alison Double, another friend, realized Meggan's true powers and provided the clues to unlocking them. During a battle with R.C.X.'s Cherubim, Meggan finally appreciated her metamorphic abilities, transforming into a tall, blonde, beautiful woman, all traits Brian found desirable; romance blossomed soon thereafter on a lengthy overseas trip. On one of their stops, in Russia, Meggan demonstrated the ability to harness elemental and magical forces during a confrontation with the ancient witch, Baba Yaga.

Current revision as of 02:05, 22 January 2010

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Meggan Braddock

Aliases
Goblin Princess

Identity
Secret

Citizenship
United Kingdom

Place of Birth
Near Fenborough Station, London, England

First Appearance
Mighty World of Marvel #7 (1983)

Origin
Captain Britain Vol. 2 #8 (1985)


Born to a gypsy family in briton, the infant mutant Meggan instinctively grew a coat of fur to protect herself from the cold, as her body's first of many metamorphosis. The travelers believed her a monster, and subconsciously she manifested the traits they imagined she possessed, such as bat wings under her arms, and webed fingers. She was kept hidden in her parent's van until age seventeen when reality-altering mutant Mad Jim Jaspers turned Britain into a fascist state where superhumans were hunted. Meggan and her father were placed in a concentration camp. When finally freed, Meggan was unable to locate her family. She hid until an encounter during the full moon led to a battle with Captain Britain; during this fight a young bystander and friend of Meggan's, Micky Scott, was killed by falling debris, and Meggan fled in anguish. After the funeral she and Captain Britain both came forward to apologize to the dead boy's family. Captain Britain offered to let Meggan stay with him and help track down her family. Meggan's hero worship grew into attraction, though Brian failed to notice. However the telepath Alison Double, another friend, realized Meggan's true powers and provided the clues to unlocking them. During a battle with R.C.X.'s Cherubim, Meggan finally appreciated her metamorphic abilities, transforming into a tall, blonde, beautiful woman, all traits Brian found desirable; romance blossomed soon thereafter on a lengthy overseas trip. On one of their stops, in Russia, Meggan demonstrated the ability to harness elemental and magical forces during a confrontation with the ancient witch, Baba Yaga.


A few months after she and Brian helped found Excalibur, Meggan resumed the search for her parents, traveling to Europe with Phoenix (Rachel Summers) tracking a rumor of a "magic creature" hidden in a Gypsy's van. The story proved to be about a being belonging to a mystical race called the Neuri, who showed Meggan her true appearance. Subsequently, Brian was lost in the timestream. Meggan was devastated, becoming catatonic while she reached out with her empathic powers into the timestream, acting as an anchor so that Brian could be rescued. This helped Meggan master her powers even more, gaining control over the elements. Meggan stayed with Excalibur until the team disbanded after she and Brian were wed. They were called back into action to save Otherworld from destruction by the sentient computer Mastermind. After defeating Mastermind, Brian was crowned King of Otherworld, with Meggan as his queen. The pair recently returned to their own world (Earth-616) during a reality storm, and Meggan appeared to sacrifice herself to seal an interdimensional rift, thus preventing the reality disruption from spreading across the multiverse.


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