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You can't stop the rising tide. You will not find us. You will never see our faces. But rest assured, we will rise against those who S.H.I.E.L.D. us from the truth. And nothing... nothing can stop us in... Hey. What up?
Agent Daisy Johnson, formerly known as Skye, is an Inhuman, a genius-level hacker and a S.H.I.E.L.D. operative. She was born to Calvin Johnson and Jiaying, but was taken away when her mother was seemingly killed by HYDRA. Growing up an orphan, she adopted the name Skye and worked for the Rising Tide, putting her on S.H.I.E.L.D.'s radar. However, Phil Coulson recruited her into his team and appointed her as a consultant where she became a valued agent during the hunt for the Clairvoyant. After the events of the HYDRA Uprising, she joined the rest of her team in going off the grid. Skye was devastated when she learned that Grant Ward was a HYDRA operative, and she joined the team in defeating the Centipede Project and John Garrett.
When Phil Coulson became the Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., Skye went with him to begin rebuilding the organization. Working to stop HYDRA eventually led to Skye being reunited with her father. She discovered the alien-based origin of her mother's lineage, and was exposed to the Terrigen Mist, granting her vibration manipulation abilities. The activation of her abilities alerted the attention of other Inhumans, and Skye was taken to Afterlife to help her better understand her powers. She was eventually reunited with her mother, and later played a large role in the conflict between the reunified S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Inhumans.
First, S.H.I.E.L.D. rescues me from the Rising Tide, and then from my admittedly not-so-great parents, and now, once again, S.H.I.E.L.D.'s rallied the troops to save poor Daisy. That's what S.H.I.E.L.D.'s been doing. Look at us, Mack! You were a mechanic, I was a hacker, and now, s-somehow, we're soldiers?
Assuming her birth name, Daisy Johnson became the first recruit and leader for the Secret Warriors. In that role, she began working with Alphonso Mackenzie to find new Inhumans and led the team in their battle against HYDRA. During a mission, Hive took control of Johnson's mind and used her in his plan to conquer the world. For days, she acted as Hive's right-hand woman, until the Inhuman army they were building fell into a trap which resulted in Lash releasing her from Hive's control. The trauma of this combined with the heroic sacrifice of Lincoln Campbell led to Johnson leaving S.H.I.E.L.D. and becoming a vigilante known as Quake.
During this time, she came across the mystical vigilante known as Ghost Rider, with whom she created an alliance to fight criminal organizations. The two later helped S.H.I.E.L.D. to find the Darkhold before Lucy Bauer would use it. She rejoined S.H.I.E.L.D. after defeating Eli Morrow. Continuing fighting the Watchdogs led by Anton Ivanov, Johnson discovered that her S.H.I.E.L.D. colleagues were kidnapped by Holden Radcliffe and Aida, so she and Jemma Simmons entered the Framework in order to find them. They succeeded and they all returned to the real world - bar Jeffrey Mace, who had died during a mission within the Framework - only to face the threat of the now living Aida. Johnson stopped Aida from using her for her ultimate goal.
However, soon after their victory, the team was sent to the year 2091, when Earth had been destroyed and the surviving humans were enslaved by the Kree. Johnson was quickly trapped by the ruler of the Lighthouse, Kasius, and was forced to participate in the sale of Inhumans, because of the belief she was the one who had destroyed the planet. Only when Leo Fitz arrived to the place she was freed, but with a device that inactivated her powers. As the team found a way back to the present, Johnson refused to return due to her fear to cause the apocalypse, only to be forced to return by Coulson. As the team was working to prevent the Destruction of Earth, Johnson's Inhuman Control Device was painfully removed by Fitz. With Coulson being missing after his capture by Hale, Johnson assumed the role of S.H.I.E.L.D. leader in order to rescue him. Johnson saved Earth after she killed Glenn Talbot and later followed Mackenzie as S.H.I.E.L.D.'s new Director. Afterwards Johnson and the team dropped off Coulson and May in Tahiti so they could live what was left of Coulson’s life. Johnson then gathered a team and left for space in search of Fitz.
Traveling to several planets, Johnson and her teammates eventually arrived to Naro-Atzia, where they were intercepted by the Chronicoms, who had already captured Fitz. Johnson reluctantly agreed to leave Simmons with Fitz and the Chronicoms while she returned to Earth and learned about Sarge, an extraterrestrial mercenary who looked exactly like Coulson. As S.H.I.E.L.D. initiated an uneasy collaboration with Sarge, Johnson worked at length to understand his connection to Coulson, wondering whether her mentor was somewhere in Sarge's mind, especially after Sarge called her "Skye." However, her trust towards Sarge nearly took the life of May as he turned on S.H.I.E.L.D. and allied with Izel, although Johnson and her teammates were ultimately able to defeat them both. Due to the threat of the Chronicom Hunters, Johnson was then brought into the past by Simmons in order to have time to prepare their counterstrike. In the process, Johnson activated a Life-Model Decoy of Coulson to help them in their endeavor.
I'm the destroyer of worlds!
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Gunshot wounds, knife stabs
Jemma Simmons Fitz
Matthew Xavier Bloodborne
Grant Ward, Lincoln Campbell
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Vibration Manipulation: Daisy Johnson gained the ability to manipulate and enhance vibrations which can produce effects such as earthquakes and shockwaves when she was exposed to the mist from the Terrigen Crystals within the Diviner. According to Gordon and Jiaying, she is able to sense and tap into the vibrations energy of everything around her. Her powers are connected to her heart rate, and as a negative result she can lose control of her powers whenever her heartbeat increases during stressful situations. Johnson's body is able to withstand enhancing and releasing intense vibrational waves, however attempting to forcefully internalize or hold back her powers will put an excessive strain on her body and may lead to internal injuries like ruptured veins, hairline bone fractures, or other severe consequences, which requires her to use casts created by Jemma Simmons. When focused, her abilities' extend to the point that she can create both force barriers and powerful concussive waves of sheer force. After learning about her powers from Jiaying, Johnson achieved greater control over her powers and no longer loses control of them. She first used them to cause a controlled avalanche, and again to make several glasses of water ring, but ultimately ended up shattering them. During the opening of the War Against the Inhumans, she made an attacking agent's gun vibrate apart and defeated Melinda May with a concussive blast. Since sound is the vibration of air molecules, Johnson is acute to sounds that other people can not hear; when the Monolith was opened, Johnson heard sounds that Phil Coulson and Bobbi Morse did not. Soon after, she generated an earthquake via concussive blasts to heavily damage the Playground. She also restricted Leo Fitz's breathing. When the Playground was invaded by the Life-Model Decoys, she could sense that Jemma Simmons was not a decoy by sending vibrations through her body, which allowed Johnson to feel Simmons' bones. Her powers can also be used sub-consciously as seen when the Remorath were transporting her to Taryan, she managed to break the device subduing her whilst her physical body was rendered unconscious. Johnson was able use her powers to cause opponents' weapons to vibrate apart, as she did with two D'Rillians.
Concussive Blasts: Perhaps her favorite technique, Johnson is able to generate and focus powerful concussive waves of vibrating air in the form of directed concussive blasts at her enemies. The effects of her blasts can vary from being weak enough to only knock opponents into walls and shatter windows, to strong enough to break a Kree Reaper's arm, crush Gideon Malick's skull, heavily damage an LMD of Melinda May, explode a Vrellnexian, destroy massive areas of concrete roads, send cars flying, knock back a grenade fired from a grenade launcher, destroy a portion of a hospital floor, push a Quinjet into the sea, and heavily damage the Playground by directing them into the ground, which caused the ground to shake. Johnson also uses her blasts in battle to block blows from opponents such as Hive. During her time as a vigilante, Johnson also learned to use her concussive blasts to propel herself in the air and cushion her falls, such as when she did to evade S.H.I.E.L.D. and also catch a sniper when he failed to assassinate Jeffrey Mace. She was also able to concentrate her concussive waves. in her hands before releasing them in a massive shock wave, destroying Phil Coulson's LMD and Alphonso Mackenzie's LMD in the process. Johnson is also able to use her shockwaves to apply enough pressure on viscous matter such as Gravitonium, that it would compress to a degree that would otherwise be unachievable. Johnson could also use her powers to resuscitate Lincoln Campbell by sending weak concussive pulses to his heart. Johnson was also shown to be able create cushioning platforms of conscussive force, such as when she stopped Rosalind Price's fall. She is also able to release concussive shockwaves through her punches.
Vibration Absorption: Johnson is also capable of absorbing vibrations, as seen in an episode when she absorbs an earthquake, and when used in conjunction with her gauntlets, she is able to absorb a larger quantity of vibrations, but can only hold them so so long and must release them or she risks causing irreparable damage to herself.
Disintegration: Daisy can cause molecules to vibrate violently enough that the bonds between them are destroyed, causing whatever she is using her powers on to disintegrate into the atmosphere, such as when she dissintergrated an entire army of Shrike in a matter of seconds.
Daisy's vibrations are connected to her heart rate, and as a negative result she can lose control of her powers whenever her heartbeat increases.
Funny, sweet, badass.
Personality: When first met, Skye was a confident woman obsessed with superhero culture and the shadow organizations that existed within it. She is edgy and can out-talk anyone with her unflappable nature. However, after the ordeal against John Garrett, Skye became more aloof, taking her role as a member of Coulson's new S.H.I.E.L.D. more seriously.
Originally, Skye viewed S.H.I.E.L.D. as a "1984," Big Brother-style government organization filled with secrets. When S.H.I.E.L.D. fell, Skye realized its place in keeping order and law enforcement. Presently, she has expressed that Coulson's S.H.I.E.L.D. is now her life, including a desire to stand with her Supervising Officer Melinda May in an unknown situation.
Emotionally, Skye loves her friends deeply and worries for their well being. She harbors deep resentment towards Grant Ward for his betrayal. When she discovered that Simmons was a mole for S.H.I.E.L.D. in HYDRA, Skye had to be reassured by May before believing that Simmons would be safe. She noticed that something was wrong with Coulson when he needed to purge himself of the Words of Creation, though others, except for May, did not. She enjoyed her time on the Bus before the HYDRA Uprising and went there to work when it became available.
When transformed, Skye became frightened by her new powers and how people would react if they found out, especially Jemma Simmons, who had developed a hatred for those with powers after her encounter with Raina. Despite Skye's attempts to get back into the field, she had to resort to shooting herself with an I.C.E.R. to stop herself and when trying to suppress her powers, she inadvertently injured herself in the process. Escaping with Gordon and meeting Lincoln Campbell and Jiaying, Skye soon started to accept her new powers and she was shocked to learn her true heritage from her mother. She also became more compassionate to Calvin Zabo, despite all that he had done in the past, where she also learned her true name. However, she still remains loyal to Phil Coulson as she insisted Gordon teleport her to S.H.I.E.L.D. to help him save Lincoln and Deathlok.
Having gradually accepted her new state of being and her birth name, Daisy became committed to helping other awakened Inhumans come to terms with their new abilities and help make a difference with S.H.I.E.L.D. As such, she becomes greatly emotional when Inhumans are either put in stasis, treated like a disease, or persecuted. This seems to have caused her to develop a ruthless streak, such as when she interrogated a suspected Watchdog supporter by intimidating him with her powers, her reasoning being that the Watchdogs and their supporters gave up their civil rights by spewing hate and destruction.
After being released from Hive's control, Daisy developed self-loathing, blaming herself for all her actions that the dark Inhuman had forced her to carry out. She was adamant that she should be punished for her actions under Hive's sway, refused to listen any attempts by others to forgive her, and later attempted to commit suicide by fulfilling a vision Charles Hinton had shown her of a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent's death, taking Hive with her in the process. This attempt was only averted by Lincoln Campbell, who sacrificed himself in Daisy's place. These two combined traumas likely caused her decision to abandon S.H.I.E.L.D. and become a vigilante known as Quake. Judging by her request that Ghost Rider kill her, a request denied since the Spirit of Vengeance judged her innocent, this self-loathing still persists even after months of hunting thugs and protecting people.
Initially, Daisy didn't trust the Framework version of Ward, believing he was just like the original. However, she was proven wrong when he helped her and Simmons escape from the Framework version of HYDRA, and after spending enough time with him and seeing how much he loved her, she started to warm up to him, even trying to stop him from staying behind to fight HYDRA. After an emotional talk with Ward, Daisy finally came to understand the real Grant Ward and seemed to have finally forgiven him for everything he did, realizing there was still good left in him, something that the rest of Coulson's team believed to be highly untrue.
Upon traveling to the year 2091, Daisy was at first in denial that she would destroy the world in the future. But after seeing Samuel Voss's apparent proof of her future self's last known actions, Daisy slowly began to fear the possibility, at which she refused to return to the present or even have her powers restored when the Kree implanted a power inhibitor but Coulson took the choice out of her hands. Later on, when Fitz's Framework persona drove him to forcibly remove the inhibitor, Daisy hated him and refused to forgive or even trust him, only not killing him because of Simmons.
Despite being comfortable leading S.H.I.E.L.D. strike teams including the Secret Warriors, Daisy was least comfortable being burdened with the mantle of Director when Coulson was captured by HYDRA. This made her far stricter, especially after Fitz removed her inhibitor, with Deke Shaw remarking that she had become a "hard-ass" since that incident.
A quality unique to her is that Daisy has an incredible amount of respect for an individual's autonomy. This is because throughout her life Daisy's autonomy was often disregarded even by those who she trusted greatly. As a result, regardless of circumstance Daisy will always try to avoid taking away an individual's ability to make their own choices even if others disagree. She was even willing to provide Ruby Hale with a pathway for redemption despite all the atrocities the latter had committed against S.H.I.E.L.D.. This was because she considered Hale's abusive and misguided parenting the root cause of Ruby's villainy whilst also seeing Ruby as a kindred soul who also had control taken away from her.
Daisy also has an immense care for children and their well-being and is surprisingly capable of handling them, she first showed these instincts with Ace Peterson and later Robin Hinton. With the former she took as many steps as possible to ensure he was least affected by his father's new reality and with the latter, she ensured that she and her mother would be supported following her father's demise. In addition, with Robin she displayed care and understanding of the latter's situation, never forcing her to provide answers even when she was desperate for them.:
With Great Power Comes…
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