Judith Weissman

Dangerously Addictive

At the age of 24, Honduran biology student Judith Weissman took a research trip with Gabriel LaTour and fell in love. LaTour was a burly man with a forceful personality and a dazzling intellect: Judith was petite, conversant in four languages, and directionless. So far, an ordinary story. The addition of LaTour’s wife (whom he quickly abandoned) made it sordid, but still unexceptional. It takes a turn with LaTour’s master plan: To get rich quick by kidnapping an heiress and using the ransom to flee with Weissman to Europe.

The plan worked, to a point. They grabbed the college-age daughter of a wealthy real estate developer and buried her alive in a ventilated fiberglass capsule. They got the payoff and, after 83 hours, the hostage was freed. But LaTour was not quite the criminal genius he thought himself. A couple lucky cops happened upon the first cash drop, forcing LaTour to abort and Weissman to abandon their getaway car. The vehicle, quickly found by the police, contained more than enough information to identify both plotters. LaTour made another cash demand, got it, and was captured soon after.

Judith Weissman, without the big pile of cash to attract attention, went on the lam and vanished. With the distinction of being the first woman on the FBI’s Most Wanted list, Judith got scanned by J. Edgar Hoover. Her dark energy powers provided her with a few narrow escapes, but ultimately she was surrounded in her sleep and, rather than provoke a shootout, she surrendered.
Weissman became the first person with Hypercharm and Hypercommand to receive a trial by jury. She was acquitted on all charges and immediately left for Honduras.

Lineage: Amanda Sykes - Lyndon Baines Johnson - J. Edgar Hoover
Power Level: Tier Four
Offspring: Joao Perdomo and six otehrs

Personality: Cunning, selfish, charming, witty, bright, fun and lazy. That last one’s important: It’s what keeps her from being a global supervillainess instead of merely a menace to South America’s richest men. For instance, she never bothers figuring out syntergenic science, even though she’s one of the few people in the world with the capacity.

Values: Keeps Her Word, Commanding Men, Men Who Are Commanding

Known Powers

  • Judith has Hypercommand, Hypercharm, Hypermind, and Hyperpersuade which make her very convincing.
  • She also has Hyperbody, Hypersence, Hypercoordination, and invisibility which make her a physical force to be reckoned with as well.
  • In addition to her superhuman appeal, Judith is literally Addictive and her presence affects people like a drug.
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