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| citizenship = U.S.A.
| citizenship = U.S.A.
| education = Unrevealed
| education = Unrevealed
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| relatives = Mr. Shaw (husband, separated), unnamed child (deceased)
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| relatives = Mr. Shaw (husband, separated), unidentified child (deceased)
| height = 5’2” (as Shaw), 5’11” (as Wind Warrior)
| height = 5’2” (as Shaw), 5’11” (as Wind Warrior)
| weight = 135 lbs. (as Shaw), 143 lbs. (as Wind Warrior)
| weight = 135 lbs. (as Shaw), 143 lbs. (as Wind Warrior)
| eyes = Brown
| eyes = Brown
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| hair = Auburn (as Shaw), unknown (as Wind Warrior)
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| hair = Auburn (as Shaw), unrevealed (as Wind Warrior)
| powers = Wind Warrior possesses superhuman strength which enables her to lift up to 10 tons, and she also has the superhuman ability to alter her body into winds or even whirlwinds that can reach tornado force. Wind Warrior can also fly by summoning winds strong enough to carry her.
| powers = Wind Warrior possesses superhuman strength which enables her to lift up to 10 tons, and she also has the superhuman ability to alter her body into winds or even whirlwinds that can reach tornado force. Wind Warrior can also fly by summoning winds strong enough to carry her.
| weapons = None
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bio_text= After the tragic death of her baby and abandonment by her husband, Pamela Shaw decided that she would take her own life. She was brought to a New York hospital where she was kidnapped by the Heliopolitan god of death, [[Seth]], and given a second chance at life. In exchange for killing Seth's enemy, [[Hogun]] the Grim, Pamela would be made whole once more. However, a mere mortal would not be up to the task of killing an Asgardian god, so Seth put the glowing sign of Aton in the palm of her hand, which gave her the awesome powers of Wind Warrior. However, if she failed to kill Hogun, her life would be forfeited once more. Wind Warrior and the rest of [[Earth Force]] fought the Thunder god, [[Thor (Thor Odinson)|Thor]], who was protecting his Asgardian ally, but she decided to listen to the words of [[Earth Lord]] and reevaluate her actions. Earth Force left the scene only to return on the side of the angels. Together with Thor, the [[Black Knight (Dane Whitman)|Black Knight]] and the other [[Asgardians]] and their allies, Wind Warrior opposed the legions of Seth. However, Wind Warrior escaped capture as the others were taken captive by [[Grog]], the God crusher, to the [[Black Pyramid]]. Not knowing if she would return to help them, she wandered the realm of death when she accidentally stumbled upon the other Heliopolitan gods that were left powerless by Seth. Wind Warrior mustered up the courage and returned to her teammates, eventually challenging the god of death to a fight. In the end, Seth defeated Earth Force, nearly killing them, but when Seth was defeated, Wind Warrior and the others were healed by the other gods of Egypt and returned to Earth.  
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After the tragic death of her baby and abandonment by her husband, Pamela Shaw decided that she would take her own life. She was brought to a New York hospital where she was kidnapped by the Heliopolitan god of death, [[Seth]], and given a second chance at life. In exchange for killing Seth's enemy, [[Hogun]] the Grim, Pamela would be made whole once more. However, a mere mortal would not be up to the task of killing an Asgardian god, so Seth put the glowing sign of Aton in the palm of her hand, which gave her the awesome powers of Wind Warrior. However, if she failed to kill Hogun, her life would be forfeited once more. Wind Warrior and the rest of [[Earth Force]] fought the Thunder god, [[Thor (Thor Odinson)|Thor]], who was protecting his Asgardian ally, but she decided to listen to the words of [[Earth Lord]] and reevaluate her actions. Earth Force left the scene only to return on the side of the angels. Together with Thor, the [[Black Knight (Dane Whitman)|Black Knight]] and the other [[Asgardians]] and their allies, Wind Warrior opposed the legions of Seth. However, Wind Warrior escaped capture as the others were taken captive by [[Grog]], the God crusher, to the [[Black Pyramid]]. Not knowing if she would return to help them, she wandered the realm of death when she accidentally stumbled upon the other Heliopolitan gods that were left powerless by Seth. Wind Warrior mustered up the courage and returned to her teammates, eventually challenging the god of death to a fight. In the end, Seth defeated Earth Force, nearly killing them, but when Seth was defeated, Wind Warrior and the others were healed by the other gods of Egypt and returned to Earth.  
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Pamela Shaw, like the other members of Earth Force, was allowed to keep her powers. She would again be called into action when the menace that is [[Bloodaxe]] had a run in with [[Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange)|Doctor Strange]]. Looking for a woman named Susan Austin, Bloodaxe attracted the attention of Earth's sorcerer supreme, and Bloodaxe assaulted Doctor Strange unprovoked. Strange would not allow Bloodaxe's actions to go unchallenged, and he fought back against his unknown foe. The resulting clash brought the police and their special task force [[Code: Blue]] into the fray. Wind Warrior's teammate, Earth Lord, in the guise of police officer Kyle Brock was at the scene, and it was he who sent the summons for help. Shaw answered along with Earth Force member, [[Skyhawk]], and they combined forces with Code: Blue to battle Bloodaxe. After Susan Austin was saved during Earth Lord's initial attack, Bloodaxe was powerful enough to fend off both teams. That was until he decided to create a vortex using the Executioner's axe. Wind Warrior flew into the vortex and used her power to turn Bloodaxe's creation against him as she created a spinning prison. She knew that the vortex would not hold him for long, so Code: Blue, under Doctor Strange's influence, tried to subdue Bloodaxe with a grenade. After the smoke cleared from the grenade's explosion, Bloodaxe was nowhere to be found. The two teams felt they earned a victory and were satisfied that a woman's life was saved, and the city was not left in shambles.
Pamela Shaw, like the other members of Earth Force, was allowed to keep her powers. She would again be called into action when the menace that is [[Bloodaxe]] had a run in with [[Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange)|Doctor Strange]]. Looking for a woman named Susan Austin, Bloodaxe attracted the attention of Earth's sorcerer supreme, and Bloodaxe assaulted Doctor Strange unprovoked. Strange would not allow Bloodaxe's actions to go unchallenged, and he fought back against his unknown foe. The resulting clash brought the police and their special task force [[Code: Blue]] into the fray. Wind Warrior's teammate, Earth Lord, in the guise of police officer Kyle Brock was at the scene, and it was he who sent the summons for help. Shaw answered along with Earth Force member, [[Skyhawk]], and they combined forces with Code: Blue to battle Bloodaxe. After Susan Austin was saved during Earth Lord's initial attack, Bloodaxe was powerful enough to fend off both teams. That was until he decided to create a vortex using the Executioner's axe. Wind Warrior flew into the vortex and used her power to turn Bloodaxe's creation against him as she created a spinning prison. She knew that the vortex would not hold him for long, so Code: Blue, under Doctor Strange's influence, tried to subdue Bloodaxe with a grenade. After the smoke cleared from the grenade's explosion, Bloodaxe was nowhere to be found. The two teams felt they earned a victory and were satisfied that a woman's life was saved, and the city was not left in shambles.
It is presumed that Pamela Shaw went back to her normal life, but it is possible that Wind Warrior may be called into action again someday.
It is presumed that Pamela Shaw went back to her normal life, but it is possible that Wind Warrior may be called into action again someday.
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Current revision as of 14:28, 27 May 2010

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Pamela Shaw

Aliases
None

Identity
Secret

Citizenship
U.S.A.

Place of Birth
Unrevealed

First Appearance
Thor #395 (1988)

Origin
Thor #395

After the tragic death of her baby and abandonment by her husband, Pamela Shaw decided that she would take her own life. She was brought to a New York hospital where she was kidnapped by the Heliopolitan god of death, Seth, and given a second chance at life. In exchange for killing Seth's enemy, Hogun the Grim, Pamela would be made whole once more. However, a mere mortal would not be up to the task of killing an Asgardian god, so Seth put the glowing sign of Aton in the palm of her hand, which gave her the awesome powers of Wind Warrior. However, if she failed to kill Hogun, her life would be forfeited once more. Wind Warrior and the rest of Earth Force fought the Thunder god, Thor, who was protecting his Asgardian ally, but she decided to listen to the words of Earth Lord and reevaluate her actions. Earth Force left the scene only to return on the side of the angels. Together with Thor, the Black Knight and the other Asgardians and their allies, Wind Warrior opposed the legions of Seth. However, Wind Warrior escaped capture as the others were taken captive by Grog, the God crusher, to the Black Pyramid. Not knowing if she would return to help them, she wandered the realm of death when she accidentally stumbled upon the other Heliopolitan gods that were left powerless by Seth. Wind Warrior mustered up the courage and returned to her teammates, eventually challenging the god of death to a fight. In the end, Seth defeated Earth Force, nearly killing them, but when Seth was defeated, Wind Warrior and the others were healed by the other gods of Egypt and returned to Earth.

Pamela Shaw, like the other members of Earth Force, was allowed to keep her powers. She would again be called into action when the menace that is Bloodaxe had a run in with Doctor Strange. Looking for a woman named Susan Austin, Bloodaxe attracted the attention of Earth's sorcerer supreme, and Bloodaxe assaulted Doctor Strange unprovoked. Strange would not allow Bloodaxe's actions to go unchallenged, and he fought back against his unknown foe. The resulting clash brought the police and their special task force Code: Blue into the fray. Wind Warrior's teammate, Earth Lord, in the guise of police officer Kyle Brock was at the scene, and it was he who sent the summons for help. Shaw answered along with Earth Force member, Skyhawk, and they combined forces with Code: Blue to battle Bloodaxe. After Susan Austin was saved during Earth Lord's initial attack, Bloodaxe was powerful enough to fend off both teams. That was until he decided to create a vortex using the Executioner's axe. Wind Warrior flew into the vortex and used her power to turn Bloodaxe's creation against him as she created a spinning prison. She knew that the vortex would not hold him for long, so Code: Blue, under Doctor Strange's influence, tried to subdue Bloodaxe with a grenade. After the smoke cleared from the grenade's explosion, Bloodaxe was nowhere to be found. The two teams felt they earned a victory and were satisfied that a woman's life was saved, and the city was not left in shambles.

It is presumed that Pamela Shaw went back to her normal life, but it is possible that Wind Warrior may be called into action again someday.


Contributors: Mimicx35 and Acotilletta2

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