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    Nora Palmer (Earth-1: Pre-Crisis)

    Being yourself, that is a magic stronger than any wish.
    — Nora Darhk[src]

    Eleanor "Nora" Palmer[7] (née Darhk) is the daughter of Damien Darhk and Ruvé Adams. After the Green Arrow thwarted the Darhks' plan and killed her father, Darhk was raised by the Order of the Shrouded Compass, who raised her to become a vessel for the demon known as Mallus.

    The future version of Darhk eventually went back to the past and resurrected her father from death, but Damien Darhk eventually took his daughter's place and sacrificed himself to became the vessel for Mallus.

    After Mallus' liberation, the Legends of Tomorrow used the Totems of Zambesi and destroyed him once and for all, while Darhk was arrested by the Time Bureau for her crimes. Darhk later joined the organization when they were in need of a Magic consultant against Neron. Unfortunately, the organization was destroyed by the demon and Darhk was forced to serve as a Fairy Godmother.

    Later, Darhk travelled across the world as a Fairy Godmother and granted countless children's wishes. She soon returned to the Legends and confronted her father, who was resurrected as an Encore to see Darhk one last time. Damien Darhk witnessed the wedding between Darhk and Ray Palmer, before committing suicide using the Hell Sword. After their marriage, Palmer and Darhk decided to move away from the Waverider and settled for a normal life.

    Biography[edit | hide | hide all]

    Early Life[edit | hide]

    Nora Darhk was born to the powerful Dark Magic user, Damien Darhk. Darhk's father used her body as the host of Mallus, while working with her future self to successfully liberate Mallus from his prison.[8]

    Allied with the Legends[edit | hide]

    In 2018, Darhk from the future returned to the past to resurrect his deceased father. Eventually, Mallus was freed by the Legends of Tomorrow and Darhk was taken over. Damien then went back in time to take Darhk's position as the body of Mallus, with the Legends destroying Mallus once and for all.[8]

    Later, Darhk joined the Time Bureau as a magic consultant, fighting alongside both the bureau and the team against the demon Neron. During the process, Darhk was tricked such that she became a Fairy Godmother, losing her dark magic and forced to grant others' wishes.[9][10]

    Encores[edit | hide]

    Prom, 1989[edit | hide]

    Mr. Parker's Cul De Sac[edit | hide]

    Marriage[edit | hide]

    One Last Goodbye[edit | hide]

    Ex-Legends Reunion[edit | hide]

    Reverse Flashpoint[edit | hide]

    Powers and Abilities[edit | hide]

    Powers[edit | hide]

    • Magic via Fairy Godmother Wand: After taking the mantle of Fairy Godmother from Tabitha, Darhk was bonded to the wand and wielded exceptional abilities.[1]
      • Wish Bestowal/Conjuration: As a Fairy Godmother, Darhk is forced to bond to individuals wishing for something. Through the wand, Darhk is able to bestow their wishes according to their orders, with no means of resistance.[1]
        • Invisibility: Darhk had the ability to cloak her appearance with the wand.[11]
        • Portal Opening: Under Gary Green's wishes, Darhk opened a portal to Hell in order to rescue Constantine.[1]
        • Telekinesis: Darhk was able to unlock Constantine's cuffs with a single swift of her wand.[11]
        • Tracking: The wand provided directions to Constantine after Green ordered Darhk to search for him.[11]
        • Wish Sensing: A Fairy Godmother has the ability to sense and be drawn to children's wishes, described as a special radar by Nora Darhk.[10]
        • Shape-Shifting: Darhk was shown to be able to change her clothes using the wand, with the limitation that the clothing must be blue.[10]

    Former Powers[edit | hide]

    • Magic: Darhk was raised from her childhood to wield her mystical potential and achieve supernatural tasks.[2]
      • Dark Magic: Like her father, Darhk was proficient in wielding Dark Magic to cause death and destruction, ultimately serving as the host of Mallus and overpowering her father.[2]
        • Electrokinesis: Darhk was able to absorb Speed Force lightning from Wally West and redirect it against him.[12]
        • Energy Projection: As the host of Mallus, Darhk was capable of creating and projecting purple blasts of energy from her bare hands.[13]
        • Life-Force Manipulation: Darhk had the ability to absorb life-force from another human being.[13] She was also able to absorb electricity from the Waverider and restore the life-force of Constantine.[14]
        • Photokinesis: Darhk was able to stop a photon cannon blast from the ATOM Exosuit.[13]
        • Reflection Spell: To communicate with Ray Palmer without being face-to-face, Darhk briefly cast a temporary Reflection Spell and appeared on one of the mirrors at the Heywood Residence.[15]
        • Telekinesis: One of Darhk's most common powers is telekinesis, which allowed her to exert great strength on her components without physical contact.[13]
        • Teleportation: Darhk was able to escape the Time Bureau after being accused of the murder of Hank Heywood.[16]
    • Mediumship: As the host of Mallus, Darhk became a channel for his commands.[13]
    • Powers via the Totems of Zambesi: Throughout Mallus' conflict with the Legends, Darhk wielded different Totems of Zambesi.
      • Aerokinesis: Via the Air Totem, Darhk had the ability to manipulate the movement of air.[3]
      • Flight: By channeling the spirit of a hawk, Darhk levitated in the air before she landed in safety.[17]
      • Superhuman Strength: By channeling the spirit of a gorilla, Darhk prevented Palmer from flying away in his ATOM Exosuit and dragged him towards the ground.[17]

    Abilities[edit | hide]

    • Bilingualism: Darhk was fluent in English and German.[17]
    • Hacking: Darhk was able to hack into the Time Bureau database and investigated Hank Heywood's suspicious intents with magical creatures.[16]
    • Hand-to-Hand Combat: Even without her magic, Darhk was shown to be a skilled combatant, with her capable of defeating trained guards and soldiers.[17]
    • Occult Knowledge: Under the Order of the Shrouded Compass' training, Darhk became familiar with the world of the occult and was aware of key moments in time that would allow her to resurrect her father.[3]

    Weaknesses[edit | hide]

    • Anti-Magic Gun: The Anti-Magic Gun was able to induce pain in Darhk's body with one blast. According to Palmer himself, the gun was designed by him to cause Darhk's death, though he was guilted after the shot and administered a cure to restore Darhk's life.[18]
    • Magical Limitations: All magic has limitations, and Darhk's Fairy Godmother magic was limited by certain rules, including restoring souls from Hell.[11]

    Equipment[edit | hide]

    Current Equipment[edit | hide]

    • Fairy Godmother Wand: Darhk was tricked by Tabitha to take the curse of the Fairy Godmother, passing the wand to Darhk, a powerful witch.[1]
    • Tiara: As a Fairy Godmother, Darhk wore a tiara.[1]

    Former Equipment[edit | hide]

    Filmography[edit | hide]

    Appearances[edit | hide]

    Beyond Redemption Mentioned
    Dark Waters Appears
    Blood Debts Appears
    Code of Silence Appears
    Lost in the Flood Appears
    Schism Appears
    Compromised Mentioned
    Return of the Mack Appears
    Helen Hunt Appears
    Welcome to the Jungle Mentioned
    Beebo the God of War Appears
    Daddy Darhkest Appears
    The Curse of the Earth Totem Appears
    No Country for Old Dads Appears
    Amazing Grace Mentioned
    Necromancing the Stone Appears
    I, Ava Appears
    Guest Starring John Noble Appears
    The Good, the Bad and the Cuddly Appears
    The Virgin Gary Vision
    Dancing Queen Mentioned
    Wet Hot American Bummer Appears
    Tagumo Attacks!!! Appears
    Tender Is the Nate Appears
    Hell No, Dolly! Mentioned
    The Getaway Appears
    Séance and Sensibility Appears
    The Eggplant, The Witch & The Wardrobe Appears
    Egg MacGuffin Appears
    Nip/Stuck Appears
    Terms of Service Appears
    Hey, World! Appears
    Meet the Legends Video Footage
    Miss Me, Kiss Me, Love Me Mentioned
    Slay Anything Appears
    A Head of Her Time Video Call
    Mortal Khanbat Appears
    Mr. Parker's Cul-De-Sac Appears
    Romeo v Juliet: Dawn of Justness Appears
    wvrdr_error_100 not found Memory
    Armageddon, Part 1 Mentioned
    Armageddon, Part 4 Flashback
    Armageddon, Part 5 Appears
    Too Legit to Quit Mentioned
    The (Ex) Legends of Tomorrow Appears

    Gallery[edit | hide]

    Promotional Images[edit | hide]

    References[edit | hide]

    Other versions of Nora Palmer
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