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    Amaya Jiwe (Earth-1: Pre-Crisis)

    For other uses of Vixen, see Vixen (Disambiguation).




    Don't deny the animal. But don't let it control you either.
    — Amaya Jiwe[src]

    Amaya Jiwe was the bearer of the Spirit Totem during the World War II period. With the totem, Jiwe operated as Vixen, a member of the covert Justice Society of America and later as a time travelling member of the Legends of Tomorrow. Jiwe was also the mother of Esi and the grandmother of Kuasa and Mari, both donning the name of "Vixen" by 2017 and honoring Jiwe's legacy.

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    Powers and Abilities[edit | hide]

    Powers[edit | hide]

    Former Powers[edit | hide]

    • Powers via the Spirit Totem: Like her ancestors, Jiwe used the power of the Spirit Totem to protect her village, channeling the spirits of the world to give herself exceptional abilities.[7]
      • Animal Communication: Using the Spirit Totem, Jiwe could tap into the spirits of animals and communicate with them, including with a tyrannosaurus rex.[12]
      • Avatar Projections: When Jiwe harnessed the life force of a specific animal, a blue, semi-transparent avatar of the animal would be created and cover her body.[1]
      • Night Vision: To see through Obsidian's shadows, Jiwe harnessed the life force of a nighthawk.[1]
      • Shield Projection: After Jiwe communicated with her ancestor, she was able to project a shield that shaped like the Spirit Totem, to defend herself against the Water Totem.[9]
      • Superhuman Agility: Through manifesting a variety of animals, Jiwe could enhance her own agility, allowing her to perform complex tasks such as flips, in a roll without any signs of difficulties.[13]
      • Superhuman Strength: Jiwe's strength was enhanced when she manifested the life force of a gorilla, an elephant, a dinosaur, and other similar animals, respectively.[1]
      • Thermal Insulation: Jiwe was able to survive freezing temperatures with the life force of a seal.[14]
      • Underwater Survival: Channeling the life force of a dolphin, Jiwe was capable of surviving underwater for a limited period of time.
      • Wall-Crawling: Unknowingly channeling the life of a spider, Jiwe climbed on the ceiling in the galley of the Waverider and remained stationary,[9]

    Abilities[edit | hide]

    • Hand-to-Hand Combat: While not reliant on the Spirit Totem, Jiwe remained capable of defending herself with sophisticated combat skills.[1]
      • Knife-Fighting: In her attempt to assassinate Mick Rory, Jiwe wielded a knife and attacked Nate Heywood in his steel form, only to be knocked unconscious by the latter.[7]
      • Swordsmanship: Jiwe was proficient in fighting with swords, as seen when she defended herself against Japanese assassins.[7]
    • Marksmanship: In Doomworld, Jiwe was shown to be a skilled markswoman.[15]

    Weaknesses[edit | hide]

    Former Weaknesses[edit | hide]

    • Lack of Control: During Mallus' rise, the Spirit Totem became significantly stronger, making Jiwe less in control when using the totem when compared to the animal she manifests.[9]

    Equipment[edit | hide]

    Former Equipment[edit | hide]

    • Spirit Totem: Jiwe inherited the Spirit Totem from her ancestors.[1]
    • Vixen Suit: As Vixen, Jiwe wore a yellow and black protective suit, a design her descendants were inspired by for their suits.[16]

    Appearances[edit | hide]

    Appearances
    Out of Time (DC's Legends of Tomorrow) Appears
    The Justice Society of America Appears
    Shogun Appears
    Abominations Appears
    Compromised Appears
    Outlaw Country Appears
    Invasion! (The Flash) Mentioned
    Invasion! (DC's Legends of Tomorrow) Appears
    The Chicago Way Appears
    Raiders of the Lost Art Appears
    The Legion of Doom Appears
    Turncoat Appears
    Camelot/3000 Appears
    Taken Indirectly Mentioned
    Land of the Lost Appears
    Moonshot Appears
    Fellowship of the Spear Appears
    Doomworld Appears
    Aruba Appears
    Aruba-Con Appears
    Freakshow Appears
    Zari Appears
    Phone Home Appears
    Return of the Mack Appears
    Helen Hunt Appears
    Welcome to the Jungle Appears
    Crisis on Earth-X, Part 4 Appears
    Beebo the God of War Appears
    Honey, I Shrunk Team Flash Indirectly Mentioned
    Daddy Darhkest Appears
    Here I Go Again Appears
    The Curse of the Earth Totem Appears
    No Country for Old Dads Appears
    Amazing Grace Appears
    Necromancing the Stone Appears
    I, Ava Appears
    Guest Starring John Noble Appears
    The Good, the Bad and the Cuddly Appears
    Dancing Queen Pictured
    Wet Hot American Bummer Mentioned
    Tender Is the Nate Mentioned
    Hell No, Dolly! Mentioned
    Legends of To-Meow-Meow Mentioned
    Fadeout Pictured
    The Great British Fake Off Mentioned
    wvrdr_error_100 not found Memory
    Speakeasy Does It Indirectly Mentioned
    Too Legit to Quit Mentioned
    [[Booster's Day Out|<span style='color:Flashback (as Beebo);' title="Booster's Day Out">Booster's Day Out]] Flashback (as Beebo)

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