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"I tried to take the blame for everything not too long ago. I dyed my hair. I ran away. I thought that separating myself from the team would help me protect it, but in truth, I kind of just lost myself."
Quake to Leo Fitz[src]

The Chase of Quake was an organized search issued by the newly legitimized peacekeeping organization S.H.I.E.L.D. for former Inhuman agent Daisy Johnson

Background

"He's paying for my mistake."
"No. He's paying for all our mistakes."
Daisy Johnson and Phil Coulson[src]
After swaying the Inhuman Daisy Johnson, the ancient Inhuman Hive stole a nuclear warhead and intended to use it to spread a virus around Earth, threatening to turn all Humans into Primitives. After Johnson was successfully released from Hive's influence, she harbored a high degree of guilt as she had hurt several of her friends while being swayed. S.H.I.E.L.D. decided to stop Hive, who had stolen the Zephyr One to fulfill his plans.

A fierce battle occurred between S.H.I.E.L.D. and Hive, and it soon appeared that the only way of defeating the mighty Inhuman and putting an end to his plan was putting him and his warhead into a Quinjet which would be flown into space. Johnson was ready to sacrifice herself as a way to redeem herself, believing she would fulfill Charles Hinton' prophecy, but it was ultimately her boyfriend Lincoln Campbell who assumed the role and saved everyone. Before the connection with the Quinjet was lost, Campbell declared his love for Johnson. Right after that, the Quinjet exploded, killing both Campbell and Hive.

Unable to bear the guilt and grief over Campbell's death, Johnson decided to leave S.H.I.E.L.D. and to act as a rogue vigilante who would soon be known as Quake. Despite knowing that it would be difficult, Phil Coulson and Alphonso Mackenzie went to chase her, hoping to bring her back into S.H.I.E.L.D.[1]

Chase

On the Run

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Helping Yo-Yo

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Meeting Ghost Rider

"I only kill asesinos who deserve it. It's vengeance, chica."
"For what? You killed a detective."
"He had blood on his hands."
"A teacher!"
"A pedophile."
Ghost Rider and Quake[src]
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A Team Reunited

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Working Together

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Aftermath

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References

Wars and Conflicts in Earth History
First Dark Elf Conflict (Pre-2988 B.C - 2988 B.C.) • Kree-Skrull War (995 A.D. - 1995) • Asgard-Jotunheim War (965 A.D. - 2010) • World War II (1939 - 1945) • Johann Fennhoff's Campaign (1946) • Cold War (1947 - 1991) • Chase of Bruce Banner (2005 - 2010) • Chitauri Invasion (2012) • Aldrich Killian's War (2012) • Second Dark Elf Conflict (2013) • Centipede Investigation (2013 - 2014) • HYDRA Uprising (2014) • Quest for the Orb (2014) • Ego's Expansion (Pre-1 A.D. - 2014) • Operation Cerberus (2014) • War on HYDRA (2014 - 2015) • S.H.I.E.L.D. Civil War (2014 - 2015) • Search for the Kree City (2015) • Ultron Offensive (2015) • War against the Inhumans (2015) • Chase of Luke Cage (2015) • Inhuman Outbreak (2015 - 2016) • Grant Ward's Campaign (2015 - 2016) • Frank Castle's War (2015-2016) • War for New York (2016) • Avengers Civil War (2016) • Erik Killmonger's Campaign (2016) • Adrian Toomes' Campaign (2012 - 2016) • Chase of Quake (2016-2017) • Attack on the Sanctums (2017) • Terror in New Orleans (2017) • War for Harlem (2017) • Triad War (2017) • Ragnarök (2017) • Jigsaw's Campaign (2018) • Chase of Trish Walker (2018) • Infinity War (2018) • Sarge's Campaign (2019) • Izel's Campaign (2019) • Time Heist (2023) • Quentin Beck's Campaign (2024)
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