FANDOM




Imprisonment

Nina is the result of Mannite project. She was imprisoned by Bastion shortly after Onslaught’s defeat in New York and the heroes sacrifice. Bastion, able to convince the USA government of the mutant threat and the catastrophic potential they had, created Operation Zero Tolerance. He began his work in an old Hulkbuster base that he modified to imprison several subjects among them Xavier, who turned himself in to the government and N9 also know as Nina. Bastion was very worried about Nina coming in contact with Xavier and placed a psi-damper on the mutant. But that didn't stop the girl from hacking the cameras and slidin through the walls to reach him. She felt him a kind soul and wished to tell him stories. Peter Gyrich and Bastion soon summarized that Nina was too dangerous to be allowed to reach puberty. While she and Charles had another meeting by her blocking the cameras, she reached into his mind and showed him he still possessed the power. Charles asked Nina for a way to contact the outside world and she materialized a phone. He quickly contacted Reene Majcomb. After learning of Nina's origin and purity by Xavier, Dr. Thysson agree to help in liberating her from the facility. However, they ran across Agent Smith, who knocked out Dr. Thysson and apprehended Xavier. He then showed the body of Nina to Bastion. However this was revealed to be a plot by Agent Smith who said he was on Nina's side.[1]

Powers

Nina possesses an array of powers; she has demonstrated the ability to part matter allowing her to slide between walls, teleportation, empathy, telepathy, telekinesis, disruption of electronic signals of cameras and TV's, she can also create items with a simple form of reality warping.[1]


Weaknesses

Nina is young and unskilled in the use of her powers. She can't teleport to somewhere she has never been.



Transportation

Her own teleportation

  • Bastion classified her as Alpha-class threat
  • Nina can usually be seeing clutching her bunny, Harry

Discover and Discuss

Footnotes



Like this? Let us know!