|“||I've been hunting it my whole life. Searching for my tool of vengeance. Suffering through unspeakable horrors. I sacrificed everything to the darkness. All for this||„|
Grail was created by Geoff Johns for DC Comics' New 52 reboot. Her presence on Earth is given as the reason for Darkseid's invasion in the origin arc of the Justice League series, but she herself is never revealed to the reader. At some point, she was captured by A.R.G.U.S and held prisoner in a massive vault with Darkseid's omega symbol on the doors. Throughout all this, her appearance is never shown, but her confinement and subsequent escape is a prominent subplot of the Vibe series. She appears on-panel for the first time in Justice League #40, designed by Jason Fabok, though she first appears off panel via dialogue only in Forever Evil #7 and appears for the first time fully revealed in Divergence #1.
Power and Stats
Origin: DC Comics
Age: Unknown (Same age as Wonder Woman)
Classification: Amazon/New God
Attack Potency: Solar System level (Her Omega Beams are strong enough to shatter God of War Wonder Woman's bracelets, and she is physically strong enough to impale Shazam with her sword. Later shown to have comparable physical strength to Rebirth Wonder Woman)
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: Solar System Class
Durability: Solar System level
Stamina: Very high, capable of fighting the entire Justice League
Range: Hundreds of Meters with her Omega Beams
Standard Equipment: Sword
Intelligence: Very high, enough to manipulate the Anti-Monitor, a cosmic being with countless millions of years of knowledge and experience.
Weaknesses: None notable
- Omega Beams: Grail inherited, or has a power similar to, the Omega Effect of her father. Capable of injuring the likes of New Gods and destroy the unbreakable bracelets of Wonder Woman.
- Anti-Life: She used the power of the Anti-Life Equation in order to control the will of her father after the latter's resurrection.
- Summoning: Grail can use a twisted Amazon ritual that imprisons the darkness in one's heart to summon her father Darkseid to wherever she is.
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