Personal Info:
Real Name: Pandemonia
Also Known As: No known Alias
Place Of Birth: Unknown
First Appearance: X-Force Vol.1 #80 (1998) Modern Age Villain
Known Associates: No known Associates
Group Affiliation: None
Base Of Operations: San Francisco
Grudges: X-Force
Creators: John Francis Moore and Adam Pollina
Life Drain: Pandemonia is a succubus and as such, she is able to drain the life force from others. She can use this energy to rejuvenate and re-energize herself.
Magic: Pandemonia is a sorceress capable of firing magical blast and casting illusions that alter her appearance. Whether the alteration of the X-Force warehouse into a Gothic castle was an illusion or a true transformation is unrevealed. Using a special spell Pandemonia is able to control the mind's of others. The spell involves the tracing of her Sigil, which resembles a winged pyramid floating over a scalloped half circle, onto the forehead of her victim. By using the Sigil Spell, Pandemonia can take possession of many different minds at the same time with only a minor drain on her energy.
The succubus daughter of a lesser Chaos Lord and an unidentified mother, Pandemonia terrorized central Europe through the Middle Ages. She feasted on the life forces of her servants and transformed villages into her own version of hell. Her reign of terror was finally ended when a Romani ("Gypsy") sorcerer imprisoned her on Mount Sorcista in what would become the country of Latveria.
When the space-warping mutant terrorist known as Locus teleported herself and X-Force member Skids to Mount Sorcista she broke through the mystical boundaries that held Pandemonia prisoner. The ancient succubus easily overcame the two girls, using her powerful magic to capture them and then imprison them in her dungeon. Etching her mystic symbol onto the Locus' forehead, Pandemonia managed to gain control of the young mutants mind. When Skids tried to escape, the succubus placed a mind-controlling sigil on her forehead as well. Pandemonia then made Locus teleport the three of them to X-Forces home in San Francisco.
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