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Zealot (WildStorm)
Real Name: Zannah
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Bio:
Zealot's real name is Lady Zannah of Khera. Born on the planet of Khera, Zannah and her daughter Kenesha (who at the time believed Zealot was actually her sister) were stranded on Earth thousands of years ago when their Explorer ship crashlanded after a battle with a Daemonite warship. Zealot just survived thanks to her lover, Stratos, who put her in an escape pod. Zannah and the other survivors were scattered, forced to hide themselves amongst the human population. Their enemies had likewise been forced down, and though less humanoid, the Daemonites used their powers of possession and shapeshifting to blend in, too. For the next few millennia, a secret war raged, with the Kherubim defending the vulnerable and oblivious humans from their would-be conquerors.

Zannah took the name Zealot when she formed a sisterhood of warriors, known as The Coda, on earth. She fought with them for many years, even leading the group for a while. However, an incident occurred in Troy (presumably during the Trojan War), causing her to be branded a traitor and expelled from the order. She arranged for the Coda to help the Greeks conquer Troy in exchange for 99 female babies to be raised as new coda. She helped Ulysses conceive of the trojan horse and stationed Coda warriors inside it. During the fighting she decided that the killing of all of the unarmed women and children of Troy was going too far, so she saved the life of the royal family. In doing so it was decided by her fellow Coda that she had betrayed the precepts of the Coda. She was engaged in combat by her closest friend Artemis, whom she beat, but refused to kill. This was considered by Artemis to be a mortal insult. The two violations of Coda precepts made her a lifetime (in their case nearly immortal lifetimes) enemy of the Coda. Subsequent to this event, Zealot spent a century serving the witch known as Tapestry. She did this as payment for Tapestry saving Kenesha's life after having been poisoned. During this period Tapestry tried to brainwash Zealot to her way of thinking, but although Zealot was changed by her time working for the witch, she managed to retain her true self inside. During her stay with Tapestry though, Zealot became a proficient wielder of magics. The magic taught though was dark magic and soul corrupting. Because of this Zealot swore never to use it again, but had to break her promise when she battled Tapestry many years after her original servitude.

In the 1900s she used the name Lucy Blaize and became a part of Team One with her fellow Kherubims Emp, Majestros, and John Colt, whom she had a child with but gave to a Siberian family for the child's protection. (It is later believed that the child is the Stormwatch member Winter, but she decides against telling him.) The team’s first mission was to battle the evil Daemonite Helspont. Helspont had formed a team of super powered humans as well as Daemonites.

Notes:


First Appearance: WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams (1992) #1

Other Identities:
Lucy Blaize

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Issue Appearances:
52 (2006)
Alan Moore: Wild Worlds (2007)
Alan Moore's The Complete WildC.A.T.s (2007)
Avengers (1996)
Backlash (1994)
Badrock & Company (1994)
Brigade (1993)
Captain America (1996)
Captain America (1999)
Captain Atom: Armageddon (2005)
CBS Presents Action Zone (1994)
Colección Extra SuperHéroes (2011)
Coup D'Etat: Afterword (2004)
Cyberforce (1993)
DC Crossover (1998)
DC/WS DreamWar (2008)
Deathmate (1993)
Die Fantastischen Vier (1999)
Die Rächer (1999)
DV8 (1996)
Fantastic Four (1996)
Fire From Heaven (1996)
Flashpoint (2011)
Gamorra Swimsuit Special (1996)
Gen13 (1995)
Gen13 Bootleg (1996)
Grifter (1995)
Homage Studios Swimsuit Special (1993)
Iron Man (1996)
Iron Man (1999)
James Robinson's The Complete WildC.A.T.s (2009)
JLA/WildC.A.T.s ''Crime Machine'' (1997)
Majestic (2005)
Mars Attacks Image (1996)
Nova (1990)
Number of the Beast (2008)
Overstreet's FAN (1995)
Shattered Image (1996)
Sleeper: Season Two (2004)
Spartan: Warrior Spirit (1995)
Spawn/WildC.A.T.s (1996)
Star Wars Galaxy Magazine (1994)
Stormwatch (1993)
Stormwatch (1997)
Superheroes: The Heroic Visions of Boris Vallejo and Julie Bell (2000)
The Authority (2008)
The Malibu Sun (1991)
The Monarchy (2001)
The Savage Dragon (1993)
Union (1995)
Voodoo - Zealot: Skin Trade (1995)
Wetworks (1994)
Wetworks (2006)
Wild Times: WildC.A.T.s (1999)
WildC.A.T.s Adventures (1994)
WildC.A.T.S Adventures Sourcebook (1995)
WildC.A.T.s Sourcebook (1993)
WildC.A.T.s Trilogy (1993)
WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams (1992)
WildC.A.T.s/Aliens (1998)
WildC.A.T.s/X-Men: The Golden Age (1997)
WildC.A.T.s/X-Men: The Modern Age (1997)
WildC.A.T.s/X-Men: The Silver Age (1997)
Wildcats (1999)
WildCats (2006)
WildCats (2008)
Wildcats Version 3.0 (2002)
Wildcats: Armageddon (2008)
WildCats: Mosaic (2000)
Wildcats: Nemesis (2005)
Wildcore (1997)
Wildstorm Chamber of Horrors (1995)
Wildstorm Presents (2011)
Wildstorm Revelations (2008)
Wildstorm Rising (1995)
Wildstorm Summer Special (2001)
Wildstorm Swimsuit Special (1994)
Wildstorm Thunderbook (2000)
WildStorm Universe (2009)
Wildstorm Universe 97 (1996)
Wildstorm Universe Sourcebook (1995)
Wildstorm Winter Special (2005)
Wildstorm: After the Fall (2010)
Wizard Ace Edition (1995)
Worldstorm (2006)
X-Men/WildC.A.T.s: The Dark Age (1998)
Zealot (1995)

Group Affiliation(s):
Coda
Kherubim (Wildstorm)
WildC.A.T.s

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