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Real Name: Heather Cameron
Occupation: Adventurer, (former) Lifeguard
Identity: Secret
Legal Status: Citizen of the Australia with no criminal record
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth:
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Davis Cameron (Slipstream, brother), Miles Warbuck II (Viceroy, father, deceased)
Group Affiliation: X-Treme X-Men
Base of Operations: Mobile
First Appearance: X-TREME X-MEN #6

History: When their father, the Australian crimelord known as Viceroy, was killed, Heather and Davis Cameron found themselves marked for death by the Chinese Triad for they didn't want Warbuck's children assuming his position of power.

While the Triad sought the Camerons out, the X-Treme X-Men journeyed to Australia to clear the name of their former compatriot Gambit who had been framed for Warbuck's death. Discovering the Cameron's existence, the X-Men realized the siblings' peril and set out to help them.

Meeting up with the Camerons, Storm and Thunderbird explained the situation to them and vowed to safeguard them from whoever was out to kill them, thus becoming targets of the Triad as well. When the assassins attacked, Heather was forced to reveal herself as a mutant during the fight. Covering herself with a protective golden metallic sheath, Heather accounted for herself quite well in the battle. When questioned later by the X-Men, Heather admitted after the fight that she'd been using her powers to help folks who'd needed it while she was working as a lifeguard in Surfer's Paradise.

After the Triad was defeated and Gambit cleared, Heather chose to join the X-Treme X-Men and took on the code-name of Lifeguard.


Strength Level: Lifeguard has superhuman strength the limit of with is currently unknown.

Known Superhuman Powers: Lifeguard is a mutant with the ability to spontaneously manifest whatever power or ability is necessary in a given situation. Protective metal coating, wings, water control, super-strength - there seems to be no limit to Lifeguard's power.

However, whilst Lifeguard can bring these powers to bear, the selection of a particular power is apparently a subconscious act. It is not yet known whether she can decide on what power or ability to manifest, nor whether or not she can switch from one power to another.

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