- "It's hard to keep these host personalities in check. This particular vessel is a control freak."
- ―Magistrate's Daughter
Along with the rest of her family, the Magistrate's Daughter was exiled from her home planet and lived in a spaceship steered by Xavin. As the spaceship crashed on Earth, she remained trapped beneath the surface with her family, with only her father being able to escape.
During the Battle at the PRIDE Construction Site, the spaceship in which the Magistrate's Daughter was trapped was destroyed, enabling her to be released. In order to survive, she infiltrated the body of PRIDE member Tina Minoru.
Initially, the Magistrate's Daughter's personality remained concealed under Tina's. However, she progressively gained control and sometimes resurfaced, making Tina appear as a very different person. As such, the Magistrate's Daughter enjoyed some chocolate cake, much to Robert Minoru's bewilderment as his wife usually never ate such food. When Robert recalled that their daughter Nico had killed Jonah, the Magistrate's Daughter whispered that there would be consequences before losing control to the real Tina.
The Magistrate's Daughter later retook control as Tina was with Janet Stein in the lab of the Stein Mansion. She expressed amazement when touching the metal of the recently created Subsonic Wave Generator, and situation got even more awkard after she found Janet's underwear in the lab. As they discussed over the use of weapons against the Runaways, the Magistrate's Daughter encouraged Janet to try the generator, but her promiscuous behavior greatly disturbed Janet who quickly left.
Victor Stein then arrived and called Tina by her name, but the Magistrate's Daughter, who had recognized her own father in Victor, stated that she was not Tina. When the Magistrate replied that he was not Victor, both shared a hug as their family had begun to reunite.
The Magistrate's Daughter also resurfaced during Tina's imprisonment in the basement of the Yorkes Residence, where her behavior puzzled Gert Yorkes and Chase Stein. While enjoying pancakes, the Magistrate's Daughter told them that PRIDE was ready to go at war against the Runaways and encouraged them to give up. However, the fact that she did not inquire about Nico indicated to Yorkes that something was indeed wrong with Tina.
She later managed to escape from the basement when the Runaways arrived to rescue their teammates. Although initially told to remain in the basement, she took advantage of Old Lace being distracted by Dale and Stacey Yorkes to leave the Yorkes Residence.
The Magistrate's Daughter eventually gained full control of Tina Minoru's body in the aftermath of a violent confrontation against Nico Minoru, during which both Tina and Robert Minoru were defeated by Nico. Once Robert's survival to his wounds was ensured, the Magistrate's Daughter, now permanently controlling Tina, went to the Stein Mansion to reunite with her father and mother. They also discussed the absence of her brother, and they hypothesized that he could have possessed one of the Runaways.
The Magistrate's Daughter then went into the lab with her family, and noticed that her father's host's skin had begun to peel. Commenting on the fragility of human hosts, the Magistrate's Daughter was then told that they had prisoners they could convert into energy to regenerate their bodies: Janet Stein, Chase Stein and Karolina Dean.
The Magistrate's Daughter's personality was clearly different from the one of her host Tina Minoru. She expressed considerable amazement at simple sensations, such as touching metals or eating cake. She also tended to behave in a sensual way bordering on promiscuity, which surprised and puzzled both Robert Minoru and Janet Stein. She also described Tina as being a control-freak and a very difficult host to keep in line.
Powers and Abilities
- Gibborim Physiology: She is part of an extraterrestrial species known as Gibborim, possessing various superhuman attributes that are common among his kind.
- Longevity: The Gibborim are effectively long-lived.
- Possession: Like the rest of her species, she has to possess a human in order to interact among them while on Earth.
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