Carmilla Rappaccini (Scorpion)

Played By: Lucy Loken
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Quote: "I'm not a weapon. That would mean I'm something to be used."
Position: SHIELD Agent
Affiliations: S.H.I.E.L.D., A.I.M.
Inspiration: Marvel
Rating: NC-17
Note: Created by AIM to be responsible for ending the current age of Man and populating the new world that follows Thasanee Rappaccini has decided to resist her mother and the urge to use her powers for biological warfare and try to be a normal mutant girl living a normal life. AIM wants to make her a killer. SHIELD wants her to use her as a tool. Disillusioned and out of options the Scorpion turns to the Xavier Institute for training and guidance…

Carmilla Black is a pretty average citizen of New York City with no special characteristics. She appears to be working at a movie theatre to pay her rent.

There are two Scorpions. This one is a young woman with dark green hair who wears a mask. She excretes powerful acids and toxins from her left hand, which she keeps covered, and is a skilled assassin. SHIELD and AIM have detailed profiles on her.

Scorpion's Sting
Carmilla's left arm can emit nearly any chemical she's come in contact with, including acids and poisons at any strength she pleases. It is powerful enough to affect even those with strong healing factors. While a cloud can be emitted its practical range is touch only.

Chemical Immunity
Poisons, acids,etc. are absorbed and added to Carmilla's repertoire of possible chemicals. She can readily survive a direct attack with any bacteriophage or weaponized gas and is also immune to radiation. Furthermore, she can actually suck up ambient chemicals to protect people and things around her or absorb the powers of those who rely upon radiation or poisons if she exerts herself sufficiently. Absorbing anything beyond what affects her directly is quite taxing.

Enhanced Physique
Carmilla's physical ability is at the top end of what is possible for a human, even without exercise Further, she fatigues very slowly and can go for days with little or no sleep. She is also somewhat durable compared to a human, resisting electrical attacks, shrapnel, and nearby explosions. She is still vulnerable to bullets however.

A murderous genetically engineered superweapon. Kind of like me, but deadlier in a skirmish and also very sweet.

Title OOC Date Rating Who's Involved Summary
X-Men Don't Kill March 07th, 2018 PG-13 (Language) Laura Kinney Lexi Nemo Carmilla Rappaccini Kitty Pryde Ororo Munroe Logan Jean Grey In a Very Special Issue, a group of X-Men lay out the team's rules of engagement for its youngest recruit.

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