Real Name: Hagusa
Relationships: No known family, friends include Darkwing Duck and his friends, acquaintances include a number of St. Canard’s villains.
Super powers: Hagusa is extremely ugly, and her face is hidden because anyone who sees it except Hagusa herself will go insane. She can damage things with her stare and destroy them if she stares long enough. She can also induce pain in people with her gaze.
Weaknesses: Hagusa is a very kind hearted person, and this can lead her to hesitate using her ugliness against even a villain.Personality (click to expand)
As mentioned, Hagusa is as beautiful a person on the inside as she is hideous on the outside. She is a kind person and a good friend, not hesitating to help her friends if they are in need. It distresses her that people fear her because of her appearance, and this has led her to become close to another mutant with a similar problem, Reginald Bushroot.
Having lived on the streets as a youth and wearing her grey overcoat to keep warm has led her to feel secure in the coat, and as a result she refuses to take it off for any reason. It also is a reflection of the fact she is rather private about her personal life. She also covered her hands and feet with bandages for protection, and prefers to leave those on as well.
Biography (click to expand)
Hagusa was born into a fairly wealthy St. Canard family. She was a beautiful child with a flaw; an extremely rare virus that she carried from birth. The virus remained dormant until she was 11 years old, when it suddenly became active and triggered massive mutagenic changes throughout her body. It left her hideously ugly, with yellow, glowing eyes and purple hair. It also boosted her internal defenses to superhuman levels, so that anything unnatural entering her body is instantly destroyed by it. This includes all medications and things like needles. Her family, horrified by the changes, tried to pretend their daughter didn’t exist, and Hagusa soon ran away from home.
For the next ten years, the faceless she-duck lived on the streets. She survived the cold winters by wearing an overcoat she found that someone else had discarded, and wrapping her hands and feet in bandages. Her appearance frightened most people, and it was only when a kindly old woman who ran a soup kitchen discovered her that she had a friend once again. Working and living in the kitchen, seeing the kindness of those who didn’t judge her by her looks, made Hagusa find a place for herself and pride in who she was. To this day she has not forgotten this, and always wears her overcoat and bandages as a reminder of where she came from, and in gratitude for helping her survive.