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Waller then sends June Moone and Rick Flag to destroy Incubus, but the attempt turns into an opportunity for Enchantress to escape and join her brother instead.
Although without her heart, and thus unable to bring the full extent of her powers to bear, Enchantress is saved from an apparent death under Waller's hands and is restored to her more "healthy" form by her brother sharing his power with her. She is then more than capable enough to begin creating her army and an extremely powerful mystical superweapon.
While Incubus continues to wreak havoc in the city and destroy the military's attacks against them, he also contributes to the superweapon by lifting the wreckage of buildings and destroyed military equipment to the "ring" now hovering above Midway City. The military is soon forced to evacuate and call up the rest of the Suicide Squad against this new threat.
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The Enchantress Explained! Inside Scoop on 'Suicide Squad's' Secret Weapon (Spoilers!)
Once the Suicide Squad arrives, Enchantress attempts to convince them to ally themselves with her to be granted their desires. She compounds her offer with telepathic visions placed into the minds of Rick Flag , Harley Quinn , Deadshot , and El Diablo , but Diablo is able to power through his vision, having come to terms with his accidental murder of his family. Surprised at Diablo's exceptional mental fortitude, Enchantress calls upon Incubus to force the Squad to bow to her. Enchantress watched as El Diablo transformed into a huge flaming avatar to battle her brother.
Then, Rick Flag had the bomb she abandoned earlier detonate, killing both Diablo and incubus. Somewhat weakened without her brother, a devastated Enchantress reverts to her more ashy previous form, in order to defeat the group herself. While the Squad was initially able to somewhat hold their own against the witch, Enchantress ultimately tired of their resistance and telekinetically knocked their weapons away, offering them a final chance to serve her.
Harley Quinn appeared interested, wondering if she could bring back the Joker , who seemed to have been killed in a helicopter crash. Enchantress claimed that she could resurrect him, and happily accepted Harley's servitude, but was subsequently taken by surprise when Harley cut out her heart with Katana 's sword, giving Rick Flag and the Squad a chance to destroy the superweapon.
A weakened Enchantress desperately attempted to stop Deadshot from shooting down her superweapon by giving him a vision of his daughter Zoe Lawton begging him not to make the shot.
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Deadshot, however, managed to tearfully power through the vision, and brought the superweapon down with a single shot. A fallen Enchantress begs Katana to kill and thus reunite her in death with Incubus. Flag, however, holds Katana back and orders Enchantress to return June Moone 's body to her, threatening to otherwise kill her by crushing her heart , but the witch refused. A devastated Flag recalls June's plea to kill her if that means destroying Enchantress, so he tearfully crushes Enchantress's heart, killing the witch once and for all.
Moments later, June Moone emerges, ripping Enchantress' skin and clothes off of herself. Just like her brother Incubus , Enchantress is a being of pure malevolence to the point that even the somewhat amoral Deadshot calls her out on it in outrage , who takes pride in once having been worshiped by ancient humans as a goddess, and she is thus very eager to conquer the modern world with her mystical powers, once she possesses June Moone , frees herself from Amanda Waller , and frees her brother. Enchantress does, however, seem to dearly love her brother, helping him adjust to the 'new world' and after Incubus' death at the hands of the Suicide Squad , she is devastated and, upon her posterior defeat, expresses a desire to be reunited with him in death.
She was also shown to have a very mischievous side to her such as the time when she deliberately pressed the button to live explosives only seconds after Rick Flag had instructed her how to detonate them before teleporting away while laughing. As well as deliberately jump scaring Gerard Davis for seemingly no reason other then her own amusement by appearing in a bathroom mirror before grabbing his head through the mirror and smashing it into the glass, all before transferring her brother's mind and soul into his body.
All of this indicates that the Enchantress has a very twisted sense of humor. Somewhat ironically this makes her very similar to Harley Quinn , the one who ultimately caused her defeat. Enchantress was also known to have extreme pride in her status as a metahuman , even thinking of herself as a goddess. As one of the oldest living metahumans, she takes great pleasure in showing off her powers, and firmly believes that it is the metahumans' destiny to inherit the Earth from their human oppressors, believing that the events of recent years are sign that they are ready to rise up against the humans.
Despite this, Enchantress was willing to allow certain humans, provided that they were useful or amusing, such as Deadshot or Harley Quinn to live and even was willing to make offers to them such as her offer to Harley to resurrect her presumed deceased lover joker , provided they agreed to serve her in the new world.
She is also manipulative, trying to bring others under her control, notably creating a large army of humans whom she converted into Eyes of the Adversary. She managed to use Flag's love for her host, June Moone , to keep him quiet about her vanishing to free Incubus by showing him a vision of June dying. However ironically, much like Amanda Waller , Enchantress' incredible level of power also makes her arrogant, inducing her to think of herself as a goddess, who is entitled to be worshiped by human and metahumans alike.
Hence, she is relatively easily outsmarted by the cunning, yet far less powerful Harley Quinn , which allows Enchantress to be defeated. Mystical Energy Manipulation: Enchantress is a fearsome inter-dimensional mystical being, with her and her brother Incubus having been worshiped in the past as gods, and Amanda Waller claims that Enchantress and her brother are the most powerful metahumans that she has ever come across, with Enchantress nearly overpowering the combined might of the Suicide Squad single-handedly.
Despite having been worshiped as a god by the ancient Pre-Columbian Maya and Incas, however, Enchantress is notably not quite as powerful as an actual Olympian God. So she's a masked, costumed vigilante wielding a sword that contains the souls of the dead, but she's a goodie on Rick Flag's side. Either she's never killed anyone before, in which case we'd question her usefulness as part of the team, or she has, in which case why isn't she incarcerated like the rest of them? Perhaps there's a very sensible explanation but not so as you'd know in the film, which she's barely in.
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So you've wandered off into the jungle alone, which is never wise. Then you've fallen down a hole - ok could happen to anyone, but oops. But then when you unearth a priceless artefact that almost definitely belongs in a museum, you don't grab it and clumsily snap the head off. Enchantress is an ancient witch who's several thousand years old.
She has decided to create a massive army of faceless goons. But what ancient magic does she use to create these minions? She has to snog them. Ok she's been trapped in a bottle for a fair bit and might be feeling frisky, but this cannot be the most time-efficient method of army creation.
Frog spawn for a head. Some sort of coal-like material when they're battered easily with a baseball bat. These must be the least useful drones in comic-dom. Barely even worth the snog they took to create. Deadshot gets most of the best lines in the movie. This is not one of them. It's only fractionally less silly than: "We're a team now, and there's four of us, so we should come up with a name for it" in Fantastic Four. After the kissing is over, Enchantress' super power appears to be doing a sexy dance. She's creating a machine you see. What kind of a machine you ask?
Just a machine, it doesn't matter. She's extraordinarily powerful, can apparate to anywhere in a second, can turn men into frogspawn with a mere tongueing and has powers of telekinesis. You'd think she'd be above mere scrapping with the gang. And Harley's subterfuge which defeats her is a bit of a disappointment too. Rubbish baddie. And he's no better. He's a CGI Mister Tickle who has no idea where he is or what's going on and the two have barely a motive between them.
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Also - if you could teleport anywhere would you really ping into a random men's toilet to find the corporeal form for your long dead brother? Did he even wash his hands? In the UK you have to train for years to become a psychiatrist. And it's unlikely Arkham Asylum would be the very first gig you'd jump into so it's safe to assume that Harleen Quinzel was a clever woman before she became horrible at her job and fell in love with the Joker.
Ok so he gives her some pretty harsh electric shock treatment but for someone who "sleeps when I want, where I want and with who I want", is a washing machine and a couple of kids really the dream? He's dragged Harley from a sinking car where the Joker has abandoned her and lobbed her in the boot of the Batmobile. We're not convinced she actually needs the kiss of life, but even if she does we don't reckon it usually involves tongues, Bats you big perve.