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Voyd, also known as Karen Fields, is a wannabe Super and mega-fan of Elastigirl appearing in Incredibles 2. Her power is to create portals that can transport objects and people from one place to another. She was among the Supers who Evelyn Deavor hypnotized using Hypno-goggles.

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Voyd was invited by Winston Deavor into a group of wannabe Supers as part of the campaign to restore the legal status of Supers. During a DevTech Party with the other wannabe Supers, she meets her idol Elastigirl. Since she looked up to her for a long time and was such a big fan, she is really nervous and has difficulty containing her excitement. She thanks her for doing what she was doing for her and other Supers, and shows her power by transporting a mug back and forth between her wormholes. Elastigirl says she feels different than the others before, but she was happy about what she was doing to legalize Supers again, and gives her a hug. 

Not long after Evelyn reveals how she was the mastermind behind the Screenslaver, she places Voyd and the other wannabe Supers under her control using Hypno-goggles. They are instructed to attack the Parr children after arriving at the Parrs' mansion with the other wannabe Supers. The kids escape in the incredibile and find their way to the Everjust.

Voyd later attacks Violet, who was looking for her parents, and alerted the wannabe Supers by knocking over a pot plant. Not long after the Parr children reached their parents and Frozone and released them from Evelyn's control, the wannabe Supers attack them, and Voyd fights Elastigirl, making wormholes in front of her arms and legs as she tries to punch and kick her to send them backwards, with one of her punches even being sent back making Elastigirl sucker-punch herself. Elastigirl then formulates a counter-tactic and curves her punch after her fist enters the wormhole and takes off her Hypno-goggles. No long under Evelyn's control, Voyd helps Elastigirl find a way into the jet Evelyn was trying to escape on. After Helen catches her while falling with her from the jet, Voyd catches them in a portal and transports them back to the ship.

Near the end of the film, after Evelyn is put into a police car to go to prison, Voyd strikes a conversation with Violet and tells her that she really liked what she did to make the ship turn, and Violet apologizes from her for attacking her on the ship. Voyd is last seen witnessing the re-legalization of Supers along with the other superheroes.

Personality

Voyd is a shy, friendly, smart and eager wannabe Super. The banning of superheroes caused her and other Supers to hide their powers and be forced to live like normal citizens. She didn't like being unable to be herself, but when Winston forms a group of Wannabe Supers, she is happy to have the chance to embrace her true self as a superhero. 

Voyd is a mega-fan of Elastigirl. She looks up to her and sees her as a mentor, and she was the one woman who made her be grateful for her powers and not think of it as a curse.

Physical Appearance

Voyd has a slender figure and light tan skin. She has blue eyes, magenta lips and teal blue hair in an asymetrical cut with the longer section covering the left side of her face. Her supersuit is a green and blue leotard with a bluish gray, indigo and lime "V" insigna on the middle and grayish blue tights. She has a dark teal eye mask with matching boots and gloves. 

Powers and Weaknesses

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  • Dimensional Transportation: Voyd can create teal-colored portals that transport people or objects from one place to another and cause them to appear and disappear. Her powers can redirect danger and transport objects and allies to and away from herself, and can bypass certain defenses (e.g. Violet’s force fields). Her powers are ideal for missions that require long-distant travels and quick escapes. She can only create two portals at a given time, with one entrance and one exit, therefore having her portals function like a wormhole with a definitive destination and only within range of what she can observe. She can augment the size of the portals to being small enough to transport small objects to being big enough for herself and whole groups. It is currently unknown what would happen is her portals close up while objects or people are still passing through them.

  • Visual Limitation: Voyd’s powers are dependent of her range of vision, making her only be able to create portals within where she can see, as it took her several tempts to get Elastigirl into the plane Evelyn tried to escape on.
  • Gesturing: Voyd’s portals seem to be dependant on her hand gestures to control where her portals are generated.
  • Unpredictability: Voyd’s portals can sometimes become unpredictable.

  • Trivia

    • The relationship between Voyd and Elastigirl seems to be a feminine version of that of Syndrome and Mr. Incredible from the first film. Like Syndrome, she attacks Elastigirl's children. However, the difference was Syndrome's change in personality in his later years, whereas Voyd had not done so out of free will, being under the influence of Hypno-goggles.
    • Voyd's superpower called for some technical intervention to make it easier to achieve in layout animation. Software was written to duplicate characters and connect multiple cameras so that when one looked through one side of the portal, they would see what a camera at another location sees. If a character reached through the hole on one side, a duplicate of the character's arm on the other side was necessary.
    • Voyd is similar to Blink from The Uncanny X-Men, who can also create portals.
    • Voyd is called "Vortex" in the French dub of the movie.
    • Voyd's name is a reference to the word 'void', referencing her powers.
    • Unlike most women in the film, her face is very angular and masculine.

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