Julia Frieda Koenig Lohmer is a German spy who used an improvised Super-soldier Serum on herself. Astonishingly enough it worked, giving this already sadistic woman super human strength and stamina - and as such, she should be considered an altered human.
Limitations / Enhancements:
Whip: Julia can use this long leather whip to inflict Excellent (20) Edged Attack damage to anyone within about ten feet of her person. If she uses it in a grappling attack, she can suffocate her foe if she manages to wrap it around their neck.
Sadism 2: more than anything else, Julia enjoys inflicting pain and suffering upon others, particularly men. If given an opportunity to do so, she must pass a Psyche FEAT roll at -4 CS in order to resist the urge to either beat men unconscious and / or tie them up and 'go to work' on them.
Detective / Espionage: Julia has been highly trained in Nazi techniques for surveillance, intelligence gathering, and torture. In these situations, she should make Reason and Intuition FEATs as though the applicable ability scores were +1 CS in rank.
Hypnotism: Julia is also highly skilled at hypnotism. She can extract information and install post-hypnotic suggestions into a target's mind as if she had the Mind Control power at her Reason rank. Victims gain a Psyche FEAT roll to resist hostile hypnosis inflicted upon them.
Languages / English, French, and German: a German native, Julia is naturally fluent in that land's tongue. However, as she has been forced to interrogate large numbers of Allied soldiers, it is assumed that she can speak French and English, as well.
Military / Germany: as one of Hitler's elite interrogators, Julia is assumed to have been trained in proper, basic military techniques. Carrying significant rank as both an interrogator and as Warrior Woman, so she can lead groups of soldiers on various missions if necessary.
Skill / Whip 2: Julia has mastered the use of this weapon and employes it often, either in battle or during her... personal exploits. She can use any whip as if her Fighting score was +2 CS in rank, which often makes its lesser damage (versus that of her fists) worthwhile.
As one of Hitler's main men (or women, really), Frieda had several advantages over other Nazis of her day and age. In the modern era, she can rely upon her fellows in the Axis Mundi, as well as other adherents to her deviant, fascist cause.
Julia's Warrior Woman costume is basically a leather one-piece outfit, coupled with hip-hugger leather boots, gloves, and assorted straps on her arms, legs, and torso (for effect). She also bears a black choker collar and a red swastika arm band.
Her second uniform, donned when she joined the Axis Mundi, is similar. It includes black leather pants, black leather boots, a black halter top beneath a black breast plate with the Axis Mundi symbol on it, black wrist guards, a black choker, black metal arm bands, and a black tiara.
Julia is a firm adherent to the Nazi cause, embracing it whole heartedly. She seems to enjoy the torture of those weaker than herself, more so now that she's been transformed into a veritable Amazon among men, flaunting her 'superiority' for the world to see.
Real Name: Julia Frieda Koenig Lohmer
Occupation: Nazi agent
Legal Status: German citizen wanted for the perpetration of war crimes in several nations
Marital Status: widower
Alias(es), if any: Krieger Frau, Frieda Ratsel, Frau Ratsel (Madame Mystery), Agent Drei
Group Affiliation: member of the Axis Mundi, former member of the Super-Axis, former partner of the Master Man
Height: 6' 5" (originally 5' 6")
Hair: raven black
Weight: 250 lbs (originally 130 lbs)
Other Distinguishing Characteristics: none
Julia Frieda Koenig Lohmer first appeared as one of Hitler's personal interrogation officers, a woman who loved to torture men, and could invariably extract any information from them. On one particular assignment, she was to acquire certain information about the American Super-soldier Serum the Nazis lacked. Upon doing so, she used this information (along with that the Nazis already had) to empower herself.
Injecting the compound into herself, she grew much taller, and more than doubled her own body mass with raw muscle. Dubbing herself the Warrior Woman, she teamed up with the oafish Master Man to defeat the Invaders team, who he'd defeated earlier (they were attempting to escape). Rejoicing at this, Hitler decided to have the two married, in order to create a race of super-Germans.
Though she didn't like this, as she hated men in general (and Master Man in particular), Julia nonetheless went along with her leader's wishes, and went through with the marriage ceremony Hitler arranged. The Invaders attempted to escape yet again, however, and ready for the Super-soldier duo this time, the heroes managed to win out in the end.
Despite their failure, Julia and Master Man were used again and again against the interloping Invaders, either by themselves or together. Things went a bit off the rails, though, when Julia was compelled, along with several other super-Nazis, to work together as the so-called Super-Axis by Lady Lotus. Though she would never do so normally, Lady Lotus' psionic powers were too powerful to resist.
Joining forces with a similarly coerced Human Torch, the Super-Axis went on a rampage, inflicting severe infrastructure damage on the United States until the Invaders could bring them to heel. With their defeat, Julia and company went their separate ways, though she continued to do her best to further the Axis cause at every possible opportunity - with or without her ersatz husband.
However, the war eventually turned against the Nazi regime, and for the sake of the future (according to Nazi thinking), Julia and Master Man were placed in cryogenic storage, to be awakened at a later date. This date came after the collapse of the Berlin Wall, when Germany was finally stitched back together after the end of the so-called Cold War.
Julia's savior from sleep, one Axl Nacht, had fallen in love with her long ago - after merely viewing a photograph of her in costume. Resolving to win her affections, he had Julia and the Master Man revived from stasis, though the latter quickly grew tired of Axl's obvious intentions. Of course, Master Man had no idea that Axl also intended to steal his powers, which he did after he'd lost in a brawl with Namor.
Having been seduced by the man, Julia didn't mind a bit, especially because she hated Master Man to begin with. Once he acquired the villain's powers, Axl proclaimed himself the new Master Man of the fourth Reich to come, and vowed to conquer the world with Julia at his side. Still adhering to the Nazi philosophy, Julia happily went along with this plan.
Of course, the old Master Man, now powerless and despondent about the loss of the woman who never really loved him to begin with, destroyed an electrical box with the intention of killing himself - and everybody else present. This blast was thought to kill all of the Nazi villains present, but Namor never found any bodies in the wreckage.
Julia and the new Master Man did indeed survive, though they laid low for a good long while. The two eventually resurfaced as a part of the new Axis Mundi, a team of super-powered Nazis assembled by the Red Skull to help him construct a brand new Reich. They did battle with the Thin Man's Invaders, but were ultimately - if barely - defeated on the heroes' own ship, the Infiltrator.
Various members of the Axis Mundi, Julia included, later resurfaced as part of a plot hatched by Arnim Zola to destroy the planet - by allowing the elder demon, Shuma-Gorath, to return to the earthly plane! While they fought hard, Julia and the Axis Mundi were trounced by a reunited team of Invaders, who were all simultaneously alive for the first time in decades, and put the beat down on their fascist foes.
What Julia and company have gotten around to since then remains to be seen, though it's known that she's no longer involved with Axl.