Originally using the codename Firewall, Min Li Ng was a member of the Force of Nature, a super villain group funded by the eco-terrorist group Project: Earth. Min Li originally claimed that her pyrokinetic powers came from accidental exposure to a napalm explosion during the Vietnam War. Her father was Lieutenant Go Vin Ng of the South Vietnamese Army. As Firewall, Min Li and her teammates clashed with the New Warriors.
Some time later, Min Li Ng was recruited by the Left Hand to join the Folding Circle in his bid to gain the power of the Dragon's Breadth cult. It was here that Min Li changed her codename from Firewall to Silk Fever. It was revealed that her mother was a member of the Dragon's Breadth cult. Tai, the cult's leader, forced Min Li's father to marry her and produce a child which she could make use of later. After a confrontation with Tai and the New Warriors, the Folding Circle retreated from the Temple of Dragon's Breadth and hijacked the Quinjet that the New Warriors had originally stolen from the Avengers.
The Folding Circle crashed in Madripoor where they tried to become players in the the city's underworld, but were unsuccessful.
During the Civil War event, Silk Fever and other members of the Folding Circle were located by Baron Zemo and his Thunderbolts. Zemo gave them the options of either aiding the Thunderbolts in hunting down the opponents of the Superhuman Registration Act, or being handed into government custody for past crimes. Silk Fever and her former teammates agreed to aid the Thunderbolts, joining the team on a probationary basis.
It was recently revealed that Silk Fever was a mutate, along with the other Children of the Dragon's Breadth. Their superhuman powers were derived from the Universal Wellspring, a dimensional breach that radiated powerful magical energies.
Silk Fever was identified as one of the 142 registered superheroes who appear on the cover of the comic book Avengers: The Initiative #1.
Silk Fever is a mystically enhanced human who possesses the ability to psionically ignite oxygen molecules in her environment. The most visible manifestation of her power is an aura of fire that surrounds her body completely and obscures her physical features. She uses her pyrokinesis to project blasts of intense flame, either in controlled bursts or as an omni-directional wave powerful enough to incinerate large trees and human beings in seconds. Silk Fever has also learned to use her power to create superheated updrafts of air by which she can levitate herself and fly at subsonic speeds. Silk Fever can apparently keep her power active constantly, at least on a low level, as she remains sheathed in flames even if rendered unconscious. She can, however, resume her normal human form at will. Silk Fever is immune to heat and flames even if they are not of her creation, provided they do not exceed the maximum temperature she can generate with her own powers.
A firewall is a program to regulate the network traffic between parts of a computer network to protect computer systems against harmful activities or programs. Portscans can be used to find ports which are not protected by the firewall. Most computers in the federation use firewalls and in the federation, by law , every cyberbrain has to be equipped with a firewall.
Firewall is Michelle LaChance, a member of the G.I. Joe team working for Mainframe. She's a hot hacker chick with fetish-pigtails and no discernible military skills, requiring her to be rescued frequently. She can often be found tied up and half naked.
When she's not hacking into her superior officer's online personals accounts, she likes watching bad television.
|“||Look, Duke, forget all about the Serpentor business. In fact, forget about your date with that redhead you met on MyPlace.com. Sorry, like I said... I'm a hacker.||”|
—Firewall is a most serious-minded individual
Firewall was among the Joe team members temporarily stationed at Area 52 in the New Mexico desert, when an Autobot contingent arrived for an inspection visit. Mainframe yelled at her for having a coffee mug on her desk.
When Cobra attacked and set the Serpent O.R. bio-android loose, the android attacked the research lab, seeking the means to travel to Cybertron. Firewall blasted the android right in the face, but to her chagrin did no damage. Serpent O.R. spared her only because of her youth.
Later, she helped Mainframe prepare a warp gate to send a heavy team of G.I. Joes to Cybertron, to back up the Autobot resistance there.
After Hawk resigned from G.I. Joe in the wake of the Serpent O.R. debacle, Firewall joined him to aid the Autobots in reclaiming rogue Cybertronian technology from human hands. She spent her spare time chatting with Prowl and watching sports and reality TV with Eject in the Autobots' undersea space craft, the Arc II. When the Pretender Monsters broke into the ship and attacked, Eject managed to get her to safety (and without giving her the bends, no mean feet from hundreds of feet below the ocean.) Cosmos picked her up; together they headed for Tibet to help Optimus Prime and Hawk. En route, she hacked into G.I. Joe communications and pleaded with Duke to send the Joes to help out Hawk.
Landing in Tibet, Cosmos and Firewall started looking for their friends, but Firewall was promptly dragged beneath the snow and captured by the Yeti. She was dressed up in a rather revealing costume and chained to a wall; Dr. Mindbender arrived and informed her that she was to be sacrificed in honor of Unicron.
Cobra-La moved her to a ceremonial space, where Golobulus was prepared to kill her until the arrival of Optimus Prime cut the ceremony short. Hawk started to free her, which was like, totally sweet and all, except only then Hawk got himself all strangled by Golobulus -- but the creature was soon put in his place by Optimus Prime.
After Unicron's defeat, Firewall was relieved to learn that Prowl and the others would recover from the Pretender Monsters' attack; she invited Optimus Prime to join her and Eject to watch some bad TV. The weary Autobot leader decided he'd like that.
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|Attack||Negates attacks +|
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|Card Number||94804055 +|
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|English Name||Firewall +|
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|German Name||Feuerwand +|
|Greek Name||Πύργος Φωτιάς +|
|Japanese Name||ファイヤー・ウォール +|
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|Lore||When your opponent declares a [[direct … When your opponent declares a direct attack, you can negate that monster's attack by removing from play 1 Pyro-Type monster in your Graveyard. Pay 500 Life Points during each of your Standby Phases. If you do not, destroy this card. s]]. If you do not, destroy this card.|
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|Phonetic Name||Faiyā Wōru +|
|Portuguese Name||Parede de Fogo +|
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