Wisp's history before joining Anton Vole's Squad E is unknown. Wisp and Squad E's first known appearance was at
Intellidyne Ltd. headquarters in Boulder, Colorado. Intellidyne, a leading manufacturer of microchip technology was broken
into by the evil Honor Society. The Honor Society was stopped by the Phoenix Company, but as the Phoenix Company
was leaving the premises, they were confronted by Squad E. Squad E had assumed that the Phoenix Company were, in fact,
the team responsible for the breaking-and-entering. As Squad E approached, the telepathic member of the Phoenix Company
named Oversight touched Wisp's mind, informing her that their intentions were peaceful. After Oversight assured Squad E's
leader Coil that their team were indeed heroes, Squad E attacked anyway. Wisp initiated the attack by blinding all the
members of the Phoenix Company; all, that is, except Oversight, who quickly dropped her with a mental blast. Mercifully,
Wisp stayed unconscious during the rest of the battle. At the end of the battle, Squad E was defeated, but the heroes
had nothing to hold them. The Phoenix Company left, and presumably Wisp and Squad E awoke and left well before the police arrived
on the scene.
Then, four days later, the Phoenix Company and neophyte hero Short Wave returned to Intellidyne investigating
the kidnapping of one of its employees, Brad Stinier. While meeting with the Intellidyne president/CEO, Short Wave heard
the words "They're here" being transmitted from a radio somewhere in the building. Oversight used his clairsentience
to detect Squad E on the attack again. The Phoenix Company left the building and sought out the rematch. Wisp
again led the charge, and again was felled in the initial seconds of the battle by Oversight. Oversight's mental interrogation of
Squad E member Chiller revealed the team's powers and base of operations: Sacramento. This time, however, the hero
Short Wave used his energy tendrils to entrap the villains. Wisp and the rest of her teammates were taken into
custody by F.B.I. Agent Martin Cross, where they remain to this day.
Appears to be average human strength.
Wisp has shown no appreciable skills with the exception of being quick and dexterous.
Known Superhuman Powers:
Wisp has the ability to transform her entire body into an energy construct. This construct then commands a vast array of
powers. She can project this light as an energy blast or use it to blind a foe. Her energy construct has the ability to
fly at great speeds and is, by nature, intangible. While in this form, Wisp is immune to other blinding attacks. Since
the energy construct is pure energy, Wisp cannot carry anything with her while in this form, including clothing.