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Bloodtide (02)
Real Name: Unrevealed
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Powers:
She possesses the power to control the flow of water and can use it to propel forceful hard-water blasts of water at her foes, and to propel herself and others through the air.

Bio:
The Atlantean who would become Bloodtide's body was "ravaged by pollutants," mutating her.

Taking upon themselves the name of At'La'Tique, an ancient Atlantean phrase meaning the 'Fury of the Sea,' the religious rebels followed various leaders, including Nagala, Shakkoth, and Tamara Rahn. They formed a strike force called Fathom Five, which included Dragonrider, Llyron, Bloodtide, Sea Leopard, and Manowar. At'La'Tique's primary religious beliefs involved wiping out life on the surface world. To achieve this goal, they formed an alliance with Baron Von Strucker of HYDRA.

Fathom Five led attacks against the Persian Gulf and China.

Fathom Five attacked New York City and began engaging in rampant destruction. Bloodtide knocked the Thunderbolts' ship from the air with a blast of water and the two teams battled for a time. Bloodtide found herself beset by Atlas and Captain Marvel, and watched as Atlas grew to giant size and began beating Captain Marvel. She took the opportunity to flee as Fathom Five had retreated.

Fathom Five opposed and defeated the small force Atlantis sent to deal with them.

Fathom Five attacked New York, and one of Dragonrider's beasts destroyed the Brooklyn Bridge.

Bloodtide was hit by a blast from Warbird before she drove Warbird into Manowar's grip and defeated Warbird. MACH-IV (out of costume) later defeated Bloodtide by sending an electric current through her water-spout.

Most of Fathom Five, defeated, awaited their trial in a surface world prison.

Notes:


First Appearance: New Thunderbolts (2005) #1

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Issue Appearances:
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2006)
New Thunderbolts (2005)

Group Affiliation(s):
At'la'tique
Fathom Five

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