Real Name: Deborah Fields
Occupation: Former Reality TV Star With the New Warriors
Citizenship: American Citizen, with no known criminal record.
Place of Birth: New York City, New York
Known Relatives: None Known
Group Affiliation: New Warriors (formerly, inactive)
First Appearance: New Warriors #4 (Volume 3)
History: Previous to Debrii’s debut on the New Warriors Reality TV show, there is very little known about her past. She was recruited by the studio to add “spice” to the show, in hopes of increasing the ratings.
Debrii’s appearance was not only startling to Terrax, but the New Warriors as well.The clutter and dust she’d kicked up proved to be the exact cover Terrax needed to escape. When Ashley, the show’s producer introduced Debrii as the Warrior’s newest member, there was instant conflict.
However, in the small town of NuPonder, Debrii was able to manipulate sheets of metal to create a robotic Terrax which she used to help the New Warriors in the battle against robots modeled after history’s greatest thinkers.
After a battle against Corruptor, Ashley tells the New Warriors that the show has been put on hiatus, and that they’re a Mid-Season Replacement with an order of six episodes (in short, telling them that the show has been cancelled). After that news, Nova takes Debrii home.
For reasons unknown, when the Warriors resurfaced again, with the show apparently saved from cancellation, Debrii was not present on the team roster.
Debrii appeared again, joining the Iniative where she is with former New Warriors, such as Justice and Rage. Debrii was a part of an investigation as to who had assaulted Gauntlet, and nearly killed him.
At the Appalachian Safehouse, Night Thrasher finds that the entire area is undisturbed. He had hoped that if Dwayne were still alive he would be hiding here. He does however, managed to snag some of Dwayne’s DNA for testing. As he exits the house however, he discovers he’s not alone and is confronted by Counter Force which consists of: Justice, Rage, Debrii, Slapstick and two of the Scarlet Spiders.
Both Rage and Justice try to talk to Night Thrasher but he refuses to discuss it with them and a fight breaks out – and just when it seems like Night Thrasher’s been captured – the arrival of the New Warriors tips the balance once more.
Throughout the fight Night Thrasher is thinking about how Justice and the rest of Counter Force think he’s a Skrull – while he’s wondering if it was Skrull who perished at Stamford, not his own half-brother. As the fight processes, Night Thrasher realizes that this has to end quickly.
He decides to stop the fight and unveil who he is. He explains his actions about looking for the truth about Dwayne – and whether he would ever take part of some reality television show as a part of the “New Warriors.” Justice steps up and informs Donyell that he can help – because he knows the location of Dwayne’s body.
The New Warriors, along with Counter Force, arrive at the Helicarrier only to find it under attack by Skrulls. The New Warriors and Counter Force get out of the plane as Night Thrasher crashes it into one of the Skrull ships. After that, they follow Justice onto the Helicarrier and begin helping the S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents against the Skrulls.
As the New Warriors and Counter Force battle the Skrulls, Night Thrasher grabs Justice and enables “ghost mode” – allowing them to phrase through the floor. The others continue to battle the Skrulls – and just when it seems like they might be doing all right – the arrival of a Super Skrull, looking a lot like Nova, appears and tilts the odds back in favor of the Skrulls.
Meanhile Justice leads Night Thrasher to the bodies of what appears to be Dwayne and Microbe, with Nita’s ashes in a jar. Night Thrasher takes a sample from Dwayne’s body and begins the DNA comparison. All three turn out to be positive identifications – proving that the Dwayne, Namorita and Microbe did indeed die at Stamford. Night Thrasher turns to Justice and explains, he’s taking the remains with him. Justice, after a brief pause, agrees to help.
They bury the New Warriors and create a memorial plaque for Dwayne, Namorita and Zachary.
Debrii, along with the rest of Counter Force, returned to Camp Hammond, now calling themselves “The New Warriors” and battled Ragnarok, the clone of Thor. After finally defeating Ragnarok, Debrii parted ways with the New Warriors.
Norman Osborn had brought on Boomerang to a team known as “The Heavy Hitters” giving Boomerang the new name of “Outback.” When Nonstop tries to quit the team, the other members of The Heavy Hitters give pursuit. Prodigy, a member of the Heavy Hitters claims that the team has seceded from the 50 State Initiative. Prodigy is over powered, but Telemetry and Nonstop capture the entire incident on video to show that the Initiative is not as great as Norman Osborn has claimed it to be.
With the help of the Avengers Resistance, Nonstop and Telemetry escape and go into hiding, taking Debrii with them.
During the events of Fear Itself storyline, Debrii was joined by fellow former members of the New Warriors, Rage and Slapstick, when Prodigy held a meeting regarding magical hammers that have crashed into the Earth. She and Rage appear rescuing survivors and help the team in their battle against Thor Girl, who had recovered her designate powers.
Weight: 120 lbs.
Powers: Debrii is capable of moving objects that are around her telekinetically. However, she is limited in her powers, so that it is only small objects, in which she is able to manipulate.
However, the limit to which “how much” small stuff she is capable of manipulating remains unknown. For example, she used perhaps tons of small pieces of metal to form a giant, robotic Terrax and displayed incredible control over its robotic limbs.
Note: It’s interesting to note that Debrii sometimes (usually when referencing her super hero persona) speaks in the third person. It is unknown if this was done to intentionally disturb the New Warriors further (mostly Namorita), or if this is natural for her.