"The Home Front: In the Time of the Plague": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
Appearing in "The Home Front: In the Time of the Plague"
- Styx Cult
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Appearing in "Forerunner Part Three: The Realms of the Conjurors"
- League of Shamans (Earth-33)(First appearance)
Synopsis for "Forerunner Part Three: The Realms of the Conjurors"
Forerunner arrives in the conjurer world of Earth-33 to search for recruits.
Upon arriving in Gotharcanum, she is confronted by three black mages: Bat Mage, Black Brid, and The Shade, who ask her who she is. Forerunner reveals her identity to the mages which they immediately attack her as they were foretold by the Oracle that she pose a threat to their universe. The fight is soon joined by the League of Shamans which Starman knocks Forerunner out. On suggestion from The Shade, the League decides to bring her to the Oracle for judgment.
While unconscious, Viza'Aziv dreams a flashback remembering herself as a child fighting alien beasts during rite of passage.
She is then awaken by Bat Mage and is bounded in his batcave. After learning about Bat Mage's origin and kept on telling the truth to the dark mage, Forerunner is brought to court to be judge by the Oracle. The Oracle secretly reveals herself to Forerunner as a disguised Dark Angel and immediately calls for her a torturous death. But Bat Mage points out to her that their custom, which is passed by the (real) Oracle, is to banish criminals to the Phantom Sector and disallowing the practice of death and torture. Starman also supports the tradition.
Annoyed with Starman, "Oracle" dispose her disguise and kills the conjurer.
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