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Jennifer Morgan is the daughter of U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Travis Morgan, the man known in Skartaris as Warlord. Jennifer's mother died in an automobile accident when she was eight, and Travis Morgan, believing that life on Air Force bases would not be right for his daughter, sent her to live with her aunt. But Jennifer missed her father. When she was ten she was informed Travis had died in a plane crash, and remained unaware that her father is living in Skartaris. Years later Jennifer heard that Travis had briefly turned up alive and she learned this from Professor George Lakely, whom the Warlord had met on this brief visit to Earth's surface.

Jennifer then went on an expedition to Skartaris and was reunited with her father. Promising not to reveal the existence of Skartaris, she set sail for the outside world. But her ship was wrecked before she left Skartaris, and she thus ended up as the sole surviving member of her expedition. Jennifer was founded by Faaldren, a servant of the evil wizard Deimos, and he took her back to his master's castle. There, Deimos rendered Jennifer's mind blank. After Warlord defeated Deimos in battle, Deimos's former ally, the witch Ashiya, restored Jennifer's mind to normalcy. Ashiya had hoped that Jennifer, a denizen of the outside world, would teach her how to use Deimos's machinery. Magically making herself look like Jennifer's mother, Ashiya offered to teach Jennifer in sorcery in exchange for being taught how to use technology. The offer was accepted, and Jennifer made rapid progress in learning magic.

Jennifer eventually learned the truth about Ashiya, who attacked her father. She used her newfound knowledge of sorcery to battle and defeat Ashiya. Afterwards, Jennifer stayed at Castle Deimos to explore and develop further her talent for sorcery. The Lady Jennifer, as she is now known, become the supreme sorceress of all Skartaris and aids her father when he needs her talents.[1]

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  • Although this character was originally introduced during DC's Earth-One era of publication, their existence following the events of the 1985–86 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths remains intact. However, some elements of the character's Pre-Crisis history may have been altered or removed for Post-Crisis New Earth continuity, and should be considered apocryphal.

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