Isca the Unbeaten
Isca the Unbeaten
Personal Info:
Real Name: Isca
Also Known As: No known Alias
Place Of Birth: Okkara
First Appearance: X-Men Vol.5 #12 (2020) Modern Age Villain
Known Associates: Annihilation, Bei the Blood Moon, Death, Pestilence, Redroot the Forest, Pogg Ur-Pogg, Famine, Solem, Summoner, War, White Sword of the Ivory Spire
Group Affiliation: Great Ring of Arakko, formerly; Swordbearers of Arakko; Annihilation, Daemons
Base Of Operations: Hall of Annihilation, Amenth
Grudges: X-Men
Creators: Jonathan Hickman and Pepe Larraz
Tychokinesis: Isca is an omega-level mutant that has the power to always win, no matter how. This includes both individual one-on-one contests and larger battles where she is a member of a team or army. In contests of chance, probability is manipulated in her favour. In contests of skill, her powers may give her the talents she needs to win, or she may win by improbable circumstances. In some larger battles, her power has compelled her to defect from the losing side and join the winning side, so she could personally win at the expense of her team-mates.
Limited Shapeshfting: Isca's power to always win also affects her body, such when she joined Annihilation's army causing her body to be covered in occult symbols, or when allying with the X-Men which caused her skin and hair to change from red to gold.
Longevity: Like most of the Arakkii mutants, Isca possesses advanced longevity, being thousands of years old.
Mercy: Isca wields a blade named Mercy.
Isca was one of the many mutants who resided on Okkara. To celebrate the birth of her sisterís four children, Isca forged the Scarab, a mighty sword in four parts, and gifted it to her brother by marriage, Apocalypse. The Scarab was seen as a symbol of the Genesis line of Okkara.
When the mutants of Okkara warred with the Amenthi Daemons, Isca, seeing that Okkara's fate was doomed, betrayed her kind and joined Annihilation's army. Since her power was to always win, she could not be on the losing side, no matter the pain she brought to her family.
Thousands of years later, after Genesis had returned to Arakko from a years-long crusade, Annihilation ordered Isca to send a message to her sister that she could save Arakko if she beat the dark god in a sword combat to death.
Following Genesis becoming Annihilation, Isca joined the Swordbearers of Arakko against Krakoa.
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