Base of Operations: Mobile
Group Affiliation: Squadron Galactic
Motivation: Upholding the good
Abilities: The subject is thought to be the only survivor of the Nl’ta’k race, an extremely long-lived species with an average life expectancy of 3,000 years. They possessed remarkable recuperative abilities and could also survive unaided in a variety of hostile environments including the vacuum of space. They developed a unique form of “spirit travel”, in which they could dispatch their essence wherever they pleased while their bodies remained behind. Unlike astral projection, however, the essence of a Nl’ta’k could remain away from the body for months at a time.
As the Avatar of Life, the subject has been given a broad array of uncatalogued energy manipulation abilities but these have only been used to defend another person or to aid a comrade. Plant and animal life respond dramatically to her presence: wild animals become docile while plants grow faster. The subject has also demonstrated the ability to assimilate the language of any sentient life form by touch.
Skills: The subject has evidenced no skills at this time.
Vulnerabilities: The subject is a pacifist and her unwillingness to cause harm to another can be exploited. The subject has also displayed a child-like naivety about human society that can be used against her.
Threat Level: Beta
Orbiting the blue-white sun Vega in the constellation of Lyra, the lush, jungle planet of Dh’va’n (English: Paradise) was the homeworld of a golden-skinned race called the Nl’ta’k (English: The Awakened). They were a spiritual and contemplative race who lived in such complete harmony that conflict of any kind had become an unfathomable concept. In fact, there had not been a war fought on their planet in their over 100,000 years of recorded history and no living being on Dh’va’n had lost their lives as a result of violence in untold millennia until the Elder Worm entered their star system.
In the hopes of summoning a Qliphothic deity into this dimension to aid them in their war against the Malvan Empire, the Elder Worm intended to perform a ceremony that necessitated sacrificing the world’s entire population. In fulfillment of ancient prophecy, the supreme deity of the Nl’ta’k, Ix’tl (English: The Source), selected two to serve as planetary guardians in its darkest hour: A priestess of Ix’tl on the southern hemisphere was transformed into the Avatar of Life while a scholar in the northern hemisphere became the Avatar of Death. Despite knowing that they were doomed to failure, the Avatars met the Elder Worm fleet orbiting their planet in battle.
As foretold, the Avatars were defeated, their bodies falling back to their planet like twin meteors. The Elder Worm then unleashed a lethal techno-organic virus that eradicated the planetary population of 7.2 billion sentients within minutes. For the next 300,000 years, Dh’va’n was nothing more than a ghost world populated by lower life forms living amidst the crumbling ruins of a long-dead civilization. Despite its location near interstellar shipping lanes and its hospitable biosphere, space-faring races have scrupulously avoided Dh’va’n for fear that the shades of the extinct Nl’ta’k will exact their vengeance upon them.
Ev’eh, the Avatar of Life, was recently reborn perhaps in response to the increase in Elder Worm activity throughout the galaxy. She has made her way to Earth seeking to destroy the creature called Slug, the Y’shaal-Htath-Ml (English: Supreme Emperor Sorcerer) of the Elder Worm, thus helping to rid the universe of their taint.