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Coachwhip (Marvel)

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Date User Field Old Value New Value
2014-02-08 11:08:06 crimson78 Alias Coachwhip Coachwhip (Marvel)
2011-01-21 20:34:24 rwe1138 First Name Beatrix
2011-01-21 20:34:24 rwe1138 Last Name Keener
2006-11-05 15:23:16 nyssane Bio Part of the second incarnation of the Serpent Society, Coachwhip infiltrated the group alongside Boomslang and Rock Python. She was a loyal servant of the villainous Viper, and plotted to overthrow Sidewinder so that Viper could lead the Society. But, Diamondback and Captain America foiled their plans and thwarted Coachwhip. When Viper fled the scene and left the rest of her teammates behind, Coachwhip began to serve under Cobra, after an initation test in which she battled the Falcon. Though her group eventually met defeat, Cobra allowed her and the other new recruits to stay with the Serpent Society. It was then that Coachwhip began a romantic relationship with Cobra. Coachwhip uses a chain-linked whip that is able to generate electricity. She uses it to flay her victims, though she is not particularly skilled in battle. Her sensitive eyes force her to wear large, polarized sunglasses. She was the prosecutor in Diamondback's trial, and did a good job in convincing the other members of the Society that Diamondback was guilty of treason. She also once battled the Moon Knight with villains Killer Shrike and the Ringer. Coachwhip was most recently seen alongside her team when they kidnapped Captain America and Diamondback. It is presumed that she still works with the Serpent Society. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coachwhip_(comics) A mysterious woman, Coachwhip worked for Viper and helped her invade the Serpent Society. She stayed with the group even after Viper left, and became romantically involved with the Cobra. She also battled Moon Knight with villains Killer Shrike and the Ringer.
2006-10-22 18:44:17 nyssane Powers Coachwhip uses electrically-charged chain-linked whips connected to both of her gauntlets.
2006-10-22 18:44:17 nyssane Bio Part of the second incarnation of the Serpent Society, Coachwhip infiltrated the group alongside Boomslang and Rock Python. She was a loyal servant of the villainous Viper, and plotted to overthrow Sidewinder so that Viper could lead the Society. But, Diamondback and Captain America foiled their plans and thwarted Coachwhip. When Viper fled the scene and left the rest of her teammates behind, Coachwhip began to serve under Cobra, after an initation test in which she battled the Falcon. Though her group eventually met defeat, Cobra allowed her and the other new recruits to stay with the Serpent Society. It was then that Coachwhip began a romantic relationship with Cobra. Coachwhip uses a chain-linked whip that is able to generate electricity. She uses it to flay her victims, though she is not particularly skilled in battle. Her sensitive eyes force her to wear large, polarized sunglasses. She was the prosecutor in Diamondback's trial, and did a good job in convincing the other members of the Society that Diamondback was guilty of treason. She also once battled the Moon Knight with villains Killer Shrike and the Ringer. Coachwhip was most recently seen alongside her team when they kidnapped Captain America and Diamondback. It is presumed that she still works with the Serpent Society. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coachwhip_(comics)
2006-03-24 16:44:12 spid New Character


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