Miss Freedom

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As a very small child Tamara Steel was involved in a mysterious incident which those at the scene including her mother and a local Police Officer can only describe as “Lightning without rain”. From this point onward the child developed extraordinary strength. Her bone density had increased to abnormal levels and it was felt her strength was a result of muscle development through carrying this extra weight. In her teens however Tamara’s strength increased at a rapid pace, alerting first the US government and then Elite Force to her presence.


She began tests with Elite Force at 17 and quickly proved to be the candidate for group leader they had been hoping to find. Tamara was far stronger than anyone else involved in the unit and coupled with her good looks and media friendly personality she proved a dream for the Elite Force bosses. She was given the title ‘Miss Freedom’ and made the face of the Elite Force brand, regularly taking part in press events to highlight the work Elite Force was doing around the world.


As Miss Freedom she would take care of the larger and more dangerous operations around the world, taking full credit for any successes she took part in. The attention and praise she was receiving went to her head quite quickly however and more and more frequently she would mix in her own personal opinions in interviews, these were increasingly at odds with Elite Force and Collective directives, which caused friction and eventually led many on The Collective council to demand that she be stopped. This would not be easy however, Miss Freedom was beloved by people around the world and her immense strength and near invulnerability made her seem untouchable.


The events of Season 1 would see a significant reduction in her powers however, as the Roman brothers (aided in full by The Collective) put all of their energy into removing her from the scene. Be it luck or determination, she seems to be a born survivor. She may be weakened but can still pack a punch and appears to have friends in high places of her own.