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You think a couple of low-life "Bio-Terrorists" will ever get thanked for saving people?

Yeah...I think you might've saved me.''

~ Abigail Walker and Delsin

Summary

Abigail Walker, more commonly referred to as Fetch, is a Conduit who can control Neon light and energy. She is the tritagonist in InFAMOUS: Second Son, and the main protagonist of InFAMOUS: First Light. She is the third playable protagonist in the inFAMOUS series, following Cole MacGrath and Delsin Rowe.

Following her escape from the Department of Unified Protection after seven years of detention, Abigail set up her base in Seattle, where she began targeting drug dealers for what they had done to her and her late brother, Brent. She later encountered another Conduit, Delsin Rowe, and became a major ally of him, helping him take down the DUP's director, Brooke Augustine alongside another Conduit and ally, Eugene Sims.

Powers and Stats

Tier: High 7-A | At least High 7-A, likely far higher

Name: Abigail "Fetch" Walker

Origin: InFAMOUS

Gender: Female

Age: 20 (First Light) | 23 (Second Son)

Classification: Human Conduit, Vigilante, Hero (Good Karma)/Terrorist (Evil Karma)

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Regeneration (Low-Mid. Should scale to Forced Conduits, who can regrow limbs. Can easily regenerate bullets wounds. Was riddled with countless bullets while unconscious with no ill effects. Noted that shooting her to death would be a fruitless effort), Longevity, Immortality (Type 3), Enhanced Senses (Can see objects and enemies through walls), Weapon Creation, Aura, Healing, Statistics Amplification, Neon Manipulation, Levitation, Mind Manipulation (By targeting an enemy's weak points, she can completely take control of their minds, and can easily make them do her bidding. She can control large groups of enemies at once), Matter Manipulation (Macro Quantum. Can destroy targets on a macro-quantum level leaving them as nothing but a cloud of photons and light particles), Explosion Manipulation (Can destabilize matter to the point of making it explode with one attack), Forcefield Creation (During her fight with Delsin, she could create bubble-like forcefields that repel attacks and send nearby enemies flying), Air Manipulation (Can fire powerful blasts of neon wind), Stasis Field Generation, Gravity Manipulation (Can create gravity singularities that draw in all enemies and objects before violently exploding, instantly atomizing enemies and sending flaming debris flying in all directions), Time Manipulation (Her stasis bubbles freeze targets in time, and is capable of freezing enemies in time just by hitting them with Neon Bolts), Transmutation (Can turn matter into energy and likely absorb it, similarly to Delsin when he has her powers), Intangibility (Can turn into neon light to phase through attacks and objects), Limited Afterimage Creation (Running with neon creates afterimages), Invisibility, Rage Power (Becomes increasingly stronger the more intense her rage is), Durability Negation, Homing Attack (With Neon Missiles), Attack Reflection (With Neon Blasts), Limited Reactive Evolution (Conduits gain new powers and abilities by stressing their powers in different ways. In moments of extreme distress, their bodies will develop new powers to best aid the situation), Accelerated Development (Training, Battle; Physical Stats, Abilities), Limited Electricity Manipulation (Fetch can overload electrical objects with her neon energy to suit her needs, and can hijack particles in targets brains to enslave them), Technology Manipulation (Can hijack machines and repurpose them to suit her needs), Speed Amplification and Self-Perception Manipulation with Laser Focus (Slows down her perception of time while she moves and aims in real-time). Resistance to Disease Manipulation/Biological Manipulation, Poison (Could resist prolonged exposure to poison gas in an enclosed space), Time Manipulation (Stasis fields will not freeze her in time whether the move is performed by Delsin or herself)

Attack Potency: Large Mountain level (Able to kick at relativistic speeds via her finisher. Comparable or superior to Conduits who can lay waste to cities on accident after manifesting their powers) | At least Large Mountain level, likely far higher (Much stronger than before after training for years in Curdun Cay. Easily blasted through Curdun Cay’s walls, which are designed to contain and imprison powerful Conduits. Comparable to Delsin Rowe, even after he absorbed all 21 Blast Cores)

Speed: FTL (Can move and fight at light speeds. Can react to and control her movements while amped up with Neon Clouds, which allow her to literally become faster than light), higher with Laser Focus (Slows down her perception of time) | FTL (Faster than before, due to increasing her speed after training for years in Curdun Cay. Easily dodged lasers from Delsin during their fight). Higher with Laser Focus

Lifting Strength: Class 10. Class G with Rage Empowerment | At least Class 10. Class G with Rage Empowerment (Could grapple with Delsin Rowe)

Striking Strength: Large Mountain Class (Can generate this much energy with her finisher attacks and dispatch D.U.P. Rooks with melee combos) | At least Large Mountain Class, likely far higher (Harmed Delsin Rowe)

Durability: Large Mountain level (Can easily shrug off the shockwaves generated by her finisher attacks. Can take hits from high-level D.U.P. soldiers. Tanked RPGs and a briefcase full of C4 without a scratch) | At least Large Mountain level, likely far higher (Survived her own attack that blasted through Curdun Cay’s walls. Can take hits from Delsin Rowe and other comparable Conduits)

Stamina: Vastly Superhuman

Range: Standard melee range. Tens of Kilometers with projectiles and attacks.

Standard Equipment: A cellphone with a GPS. Has been customized to allow her to track signals.

Intelligence: Gifted. Was a straight-A student in school, and is extremely adept in strategic combat and urban warfare. Received highly advanced, militaristic training in Curdun Cay by Augustine personally. Is able to easily outsmart and outmanuver D.U.P. troops, and took down Seattle's entire drug-smuggling operation overnight.

Weaknesses: Has a limited amount of Neon power and must go to neon locations to recharge.

Notable Attacks/Techniques

  • Neon Manipulation: Her powers over neon having manifested themselves somewhere in her late teens, Abigail was trained in controlling them when the DUP apprehended her. As a result, Abigail possesses a great degree of control over neon, which she can use in a variety of ways. She is capable of firing volatile beams of neon, as well as shorter consecutive blasts, allowing her to dispatch enemies from great distances. She can also see her opponent's weak spots, allowing her to quickly kill opponents. Abigail can also send a blast of neon wind to put enemies in stasis, allowing her to hit their weak spots easier. She can also send multiple neon rockets to hit many enemies simultaneously. If an attacker ventures too close, Abigail can also generate a concussive force field around herself to temporarily stun them. As for close combat, she uses fast punches and kicks powered up by her neon energy. Abigail is also capable of transforming herself into neon to move around at superhuman speeds, jump large distances and run up vertical surfaces. Like Delsin, Abigail is able to use Neon Thrusters to slow her descent. Finally, she is able to produce a singularity which draws in enemies for a few seconds, before generating an explosion.
    • Drain Neon: The ability to drain neon signs, neon lights, or any other neon source.
    • Neon Bolt: Allows Fetch to fire long range streams of neon, whether it be in a rapid burst, or singular sniper-like beam.
      • Stasis Bolt: A Neon Bolt that traps enemies that it strikes in stasis
    • Light Speed: Transforms Fetch into a blazing streak of neon light. Allows her to cross the city, run up buildings, run through porous objects or even people, and escape her enemies.
      • Photon Jump: Allows Fetch to jump high in the air during light speed.
      • Air Dash: Allows Fetch to launch herself forward through the air. This can be used twice in succession.
    • Melee: Neon-infused physical strikes.
      • Melee Finisher: Performs a massive physical strike to an enemy within range. Defeating an enemy with a normal melee combo recharges Fetch's finisher attacks. She can use up to three before needing to recharge.
      • Dash Strike: Fetch dashes toward an enemy and quickly performs a melee strike to trap them in stasis.
      • Dash Strike Recharge: Landing a dash strike recharges finisher ammo.
      • Mega Finisher: Creates a massive explosion on contact, heavily damaging the target and nearby enemies.
    • Laser Focus: Allows Fetch to zoom in on her enemy to detect weak spots, which she can snipe to take them down efficiently. She can slow time significantly for a few seconds.
      • Weak Point Recharge: Hitting an enemy in their weak spot will refill Fetch's focus meter by 50%.
      • Enslave: Weak point takedowns will cause an enemy to fight for Fetch for a brief amount of time.
    • Stasis Blast: Launches a wave of neon energy, trapping the enemy in a neon bubble. Enemies caught in this stasis field will be frozen in time, unable to move or fight. This makes it easier to target their weak spots. Fetch's proficiency with the ability allows her to extend her range with this ability to tens of meters and increase the duration of the ability.
      • Volatile Stasis: Enemies trapped in stasis take twice as much damage. Defeating an enemy in stasis will cause a massive explosion. Additionally, enemies within close proximity to each other, regardless of if they are in stasis, will contribute to a chain explosion.
      • Forcefield: Fetch can project a forcefield around herself that repels attacks and sends nearby enemies flying
    • Homing Missiles: Launches a salvo of neon missiles that automatically seek enemies. Fetch can launch up to four salvos before needing to recharge her ammo.
      • Heavy Detonation: Missile explosions do extra damage, and launch enemies into the air.
    • Neon Singularity: Fetch condenses all her neon energy into a single point of light, pulling in everything nearby, and warping space near it's area of effect. Defeating more enemies allows her additional use of this ability.
      • Supernova: Neon vengeance unleashed. The singularity pulls in anything that's not nailed down, and a few things that are.
      • Note: Supernova is the upgraded form of Neon Singularity, and the only one she can use.
    • Ping: Allows Fetch to see enemies and important things through walls with a multi-city block radius. By overloading common satellites with her neon energy, she can expand the radius of this technique even more.
    • Overload: By channeling her neon energy into electrical objects, Fetch can manipulate their functions. She overloaded an automatic turret that was built to attack conduits, attack its own "team". She could also use a building satellite to further expand the range of her sensing abilities.
    • Thrusters: Allows Fetch to expel neon energy from her arms, slowing her descent to the ground and giving her temporary flight.
    • Comet Drop: Fetch creates a shockwave by slamming the ground with a punch from mid-air. The higher she is, the greater the shockwave. This move damages anything caught in its wake.

Key: Pre-Curdun Cay Training (First Light) | Post-Curdun Cay Training (Second Son)

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Start a Discussion Discussions about Abigail Walker

  • Fetch Walker vs. Eugene Sims

    15 messages
    • Well, for me, Fetch is a better fighter than Eugene and she could use her singularity to simply destroy Sims and his holograms.
  • Abigail Walker vs Ryuko Matoi

    17 messages
    • Bump. From what I'm gathering Ryuko pokes once and Fetch dies.
    • Does Ryuko resist Matter Manipulation, Gravity Manipulation or Time Manipulation and hit Intangible opponents? If not, then my vote goes to Fetch.
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