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The Siberian was a member of the Slaughterhouse Nine and one of the deadliest threats on Earth Bet.


A silent cannibal, though she does not need people for sustenance she enjoys the sensation of ripping, chewing, and swallowing flesh.

She obviously relishes the destruction she wreaks.


She has maternal feelings for Bonesaw, going out of her way to protect the young tinker.[1]

She had surprising insight into her nominee for the Nine, Rachel, correctly intuiting that her power would be more effective on a wolf cub, and tailoring her body language to Rachel's canine instincts.


The Siberian is a black and white striped woman, and so the effect can be fully appreciated, she leaves her 5'8" frame completely bare. She has faintly glowing yellow eyes that may be reflecting the light they catch.[2] This also leaves her nationality somewhat indeterminate.[3] She has waist-length hair[4] that also has patterns of white and black in it.[5]

Although often covered in gore, it slicks off her like rain from windows.[6] She keeps her nails long and sharp, these are turned into deadly weapons thanks to her power.

Abilities and Powers[]

The Siberian is both the unstoppable force and immovable object,[3] unaffected by physical forces or virtually any parahuman ability.[3][7] Further, she is capable of bestowing her invulnerability on anyone or anything she is in physical contact with, this sometimes bestows a similar monochrome effect on them.[8] This allows her to leap vast distances by transferring the effect to where she leaps from and then applying it to where she lands, allowing her to land on roofs despite dropping from thousands of feet above them.[9] Her fight against Hero and the future Triumvirate Legend, Alexandria, and Eidolon is remarked to be "the first time a truly dangerous villain made an appearance",[7] neither Hero's armor or Alexandria's own 'invulnerability' are able to stop her.[3] She is immune to both Trickster's teleportation and Panacea's biological manipulation abilities.[10]

She actively allowed gravity to affect her so she could walk, and not be suddenly flung out into space, and could ignore it just as easily. She is seen gliding/minimizing inertia in a few cases to make huge leaps.[11] She could decide what parts of her are affected by which forces, actively allowing her hair to sway in the breeze.[12]

The only things that have been able to stop the Siberian are effects that warp space and time or those that readily violate the laws of physics. Annihilation attacks such as Foil's charged shots[13][14] and blasts from Damsel of Distress[15] could pop the Siberian, making her flicker out of existence. Scion could also pop her, presumably with the use of Stilling.[16] The Siberian popped after contacting Clockblocker's frozen object; the object unfroze upon contact.[17] However, because of her origin, the Siberian effectively has the ability to teleport and reform when destroyed.[14][16]



On September 15th, 2000, Siberian fought Hero, Alexandria, Eidolon, Legend, as well as eight other Protectorate capes and the PRT. They attacked her while she was pinned down. During this battle, she tore Hero to pieces and destroyed one of Alexandria's eyes before mysteriously escaping.[7] She would later join the Slaughterhouse Nine, under the new leadership of Jack.

While she would be a recurring antagonist of the Protectorate she would lay low with the members of the nine, between the group’s rampages.


The Siberian arrives in Brockton Bay along with the rest of the Slaughterhouse Nine in the aftermath of Leviathan's attack, occasionally killing civilians but otherwise laying low.

Marking Bitch as a potential recruit, she attacks her kennel and leaves a wolf pup there before finding the teenage villain outside patrolling her new territory. Arriving while Bitch was confronting members of New Wave her appearance caused the heroes to immediately retreat. When they were alone The Siberian verbally informs Bitch that the Nine are looking for recruits. Bitch tries and fails to attack her, and the Siberian, after stating her reasons for the nomination leaves her with two gifts - Bastard, and the fact that she is the only other living person to have heard the Siberian speak and live.[18]

Siberian accompanies Jack Slash, Bonesaw, and Cherish while they have an impromptu meeting with the Undersiders and the Travelers, acting as security to keep the other members from being attacked. After Jack mutilates Tattletale, informs the teenage villains of the rules of the nines nominating process and that Shatterbird was almost ready to sing, the Siberian left with the trio of killers.

She later actively participates in the massacre of the Merchants, conveying Jack, Bonesaw, and Cherish to the ground from the position surveying the merchants and then mutilating several members of the drug gang by tearing through them.

Siberian is with the rest of the Nine when they are attacked on the way to Parian's territory. After the battle, she and the other members reach Dolltown and kill most of the residents, save those surgically altered by Bonesaw or evacuated by Parian. The area is then attacked by Fenrir's Chosen, and Siberian participates in the battle against them. During Grue's second trigger, she, the rest of the Nine, and the Chosen are engulfed in his darkness, and Grue uses a facsimile of Siberian's power to kill Burnscar.

Siberian later finds Panacea and begins chasing her as part of the recruitment cost, biting her fingers off one knuckle at a time for each of the four times she catches her. Siberian continues the chase even as Skitter uses her bugs to distract her and to search for her supposed master that Cherish told the Siberian's foes about. When the Undersiders and the Travelers meet Panacea, Siberian confronts them, but disappears when Tattletale tells her about the Protectorate's upcoming attack on the Nine in an attempt to get her to leave, summoned by her master.[19] He drives toward the Nine's location but is soon discovered by Skitter, forcing him to summon the Siberian again to defend himself from the attacks mounted by the pursuing Undersiders and Travelers. When Sundancer destroys a large section of road in front of him, his truck is sent into the resulting crater just before Legend and several other Protectorate capes arrive. Siberian leaps out of the crater and engages Legend in combat.  While the rest of the Protectorate leaves to fight the Nine's other members, Legend and Siberian continue their battle, while her master reveals his existence to Jack and Bonesaw before hiding with them in an Endbringer shelter. Skitter finds them and attacks the trio with a swarm of insects, grievously injuring the Siberian's Master. 

She saves Jack and Bonesaw from the PRT's second bombing.[20]

When the Nine leave the city, the Siberian is still a member in good standing.

Post-Slaughterhouse Nine[]

Participated in recruiting of Damsel of Distress and raiding of Accord mansion in Boston.[21]

However, sometime later in Boston, Defiant and Dragon were able to track and eliminate her master.[22]


Using blood samples of previous members of the nine Bonesaw was able to clone Siberian's master allowing six Siberians and three male Siberians to participate in the Slaughterhouse Nine-Thousand[23].

Gold Morning[]

The Siberian briefly battled Zion in the Cauldron facility when the golden man appeared there looking for something. While able to damage him she was unable to kill him.

Chapter Appearances[]

Worm Chapter Appearances
1. Parasite 10.1 Absent
2. Parasite 10.2 Absent
3. Parasite 10.3 Absent
4. Parasite 10.4 Absent
5. Parasite 10.5 Absent
6. Parasite 10.6 Mentioned
x. Interlude 10 Absent
x. Interlude 10.5 Absent
1. Infestation 11.1 Absent
2. Infestation 11.2 Absent
3. Infestation 11.3 Absent
4. Infestation 11.4 Absent
5. Infestation 11.5 Absent
6. Infestation 11.6 Absent
7. Infestation 11.7 Absent
8. Infestation 11.8 Absent
a. Interlude 11a Debut
b. Interlude 11b Absent
c. Interlude 11c Mentioned
d. Interlude 11d Absent
e. Interlude 11e Mentioned
f. Interlude 11f Absent
g. Interlude 11g Mentioned
h. Interlude 11h Absent
1. Plague 12.1 Absent
2. Plague 12.2 Absent
3. Plague 12.3 Appears
4. Plague 12.4 Appears
5. Plague 12.5 Mentioned
6. Plague 12.6 Absent
7. Plague 12.7 Absent
8. Plague 12.8 Absent
x. Interlude 12 Appears
y. Interlude 12.5 Mentioned
1. Snare 13.1 Mentioned
2. Snare 13.2 Mentioned
x. Interlude 13.5 (Donation Bonus) Absent
3. Snare 13.3 Absent
4. Snare 13.4 Absent
5. Snare 13.5 Absent
6. Snare 13.6 Appears
7. Snare 13.7 Mentioned
8. Snare 13.8 Appears
9. Snare 13.9 Mentioned
10. Snare 13.10 Absent
y. Interlude 13 Screen
1. Prey 14.1 Mentioned
2. Prey 14.2 Appears
3. Prey 14.3 Appears
4. Prey 14.4 Mentioned
5. Prey 14.5 Mentioned
6. Prey 14.6 Mentioned
7. Prey 14.7 Appears
8. Prey 14.8 Mentioned
9. Prey 14.9 Mentioned
10. Prey 14.10 Mentioned
11. Prey 14.11 Mentioned
x. Interlude 14.x Mentioned
y. Interlude 14.y Mentioned
1. Colony 15.1 Absent
x. Interlude 15.x Absent
2. Colony 15.2 Absent
3. Colony 15.3 Absent
y. Interlude 15.y Absent
4. Colony 15.4 Absent
5. Colony 15.5 Absent
6. Colony 15.6 Absent
7. Colony 15.7 Absent
z. Interlude 15.z Appears
8. Colony 15.8 Absent
9. Colony 15.9 Absent
10. Colony 15.10 Absent
i. Interlude 15 Mentioned
1. Monarch 16.1 Absent
2. Monarch 16.2 Absent
x. Interlude 16.x Absent
3. Monarch 16.3 Absent
4. Monarch 16.4 Mentioned
5. Monarch 16.5 Absent
6. Monarch 16.6 Absent
y. Interlude 16.y Mentioned
7. Monarch 16.7 Absent
8. Monarch 16.8 Absent
9. Monarch 16.9 Absent
10. Monarch 16.10 Absent
z. Interlude 16.z Absent
11. Monarch 16.11 Absent
12. Monarch 16.12 Absent
13. Monarch 16.13 Absent
1. Scourge 19.1 Fantasy
2. Scourge 19.2 Absent
3. Scourge 19.3 Absent
x. Interlude 19.x Death
4. Scourge 19.4 Absent
5. Scourge 19.5 Absent
6. Scourge 19.6 Mentioned
7. Scourge 19.7 Absent
y. Interlude 19.y Absent
z. Interlude 19.z Absent
1. Chrysalis 20.1 Absent
2. Chrysalis 20.2 Absent
3. Chrysalis 20.3 Absent
4. Chrysalis 20.4 Absent
5. Chrysalis 20.5 Absent
x. Interlude 20.x Mentioned
y. Interlude 20.y Absent
1. Imago 21.1 Absent
2. Imago 21.2 Absent
3. Imago 21.3 Absent
4. Imago 21.4 Absent
5. Imago 21.5 Absent
6. Imago 21.6 Absent
7. Imago 21.7 Absent
x. Interlude 21.x Mentioned
y. Interlude 21.y Absent
1. Cell 22.1 Absent
2. Cell 22.2 Absent
3. Cell 22.3 Mentioned
4. Cell 22.4 Absent
5. Cell 22.5 Absent
6. Cell 22.6 Absent
x. Interlude 22.x Absent
y. Interlude 22.y Absent
1. Drone 23.1 Absent
2. Drone 23.2 Absent
3. Drone 23.3 Absent
4. Drone 23.4 Mentioned
5. Drone 23.5 Absent
x. Interlude 23 Absent
1. Scarab 25.1 Absent
2. Scarab 25.2 Absent
3. Scarab 25.3 Absent
4. Scarab 25.4 Absent
5. Scarab 25.5 Absent
6. Scarab 25.6 Absent
x. Interlude 25 Clone
1. Sting 26.1 Absent
2. Sting 26.2 Mentioned
3. Sting 26.3 Mentioned
x. Interlude 26.x Mentioned
4. Sting 26.4 Clone
5. Sting 26.5 Clone
6. Sting 26.6 Clone
a. Interlude 26a Clone
b. Interlude 26b Clone
y. Interlude 26 Clone
1. Extinction 27.1 Mentioned
2. Extinction 27.2 Absent
3. Extinction 27.3 Absent
4. Extinction 27.4 Absent
5. Extinction 27.5 Absent
x. Interlude 27.x Mentioned
y. Interlude 27.y Absent
1. Venom 29.1 Absent
2. Venom 29.2 Absent
3. Venom 29.3 Absent
4. Venom 29.4 Absent
5. Venom 29.5 Absent
6. Venom 29.6 Absent
7. Venom 29.7 Clone
8. Venom 29.8 Clone
9. Venom 29.9 Clone
x. Interlude 29 Absent
1. Speck 30.1 Absent
2. Speck 30.2 Mentioned
3. Speck 30.3 Absent
4. Speck 30.4 Absent
5. Speck 30.5 Absent
6. Speck 30.6 Absent
7. Speck 30.7 Absent


The Siberian was a mental projection of William Manton, rather than a distinct individual. He created her in the image of his daughter, having taken the same vial as Genesis.


  • The Siberian is referred to as 'Case 01' within the PRT, marking her as the first of the PRT Case Files.[24]
  • White tigers are an uncommon pigmentation variant most associated with Bengal tigers. Siberian tigers are predominantly orange as in all tiger populations.

Fanart Gallery[]


  1. Interlude 12
  2. The crazy bitch was naked from head to toe, and her skin and hair were painted in alternating stripes of white and black, like a zebra… no. Paint would have washed off, and dye wouldn’t be so crisp around the edges. It was a natural coloring.

    When the woman looked up at Bitch, her eyes were yellow and bright, reflecting the ambient light like the eyes of a dog or cat might. She smiled, and there wasn’t a trace of tension in her body, as though she’d just woken up in a safe place. - Excerpt from Interlude 11a
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 The Siberian (Deceased) – A recurring nemesis of the Triumvirate, the Siberian’s skin is striped with black and white, leaving her nationality uncertain. Her powers make her unstoppable and untouchable, with no armor protecting against her blows, no object barring her way, no weapon touching her, and no power affecting her. - Cast (spoilers)
  4. Plague 12.3
  5. Grue banished his darkness. I could see the six of us and the two dogs, lying on the road. Nobody dead.

    And there was Siberian. Faintly glowing eyes, black and white striped skin, straight hair in similar variations of black and white, trailing to her tailbone.
    I could see Siberian flex her fingers. Her nails were long, and they were sharp. There wasn’t anything special about them, on an aesthetic level, but they did have the benefit of her power. If she raked those across a surface, they would leave gouges. Didn’t matter how hard or dense the material was. - Excerpt from Prey 14.2
  6. One carried the cube, no doubt a container bearing the Mantons within. The other seven followed a pattern, lazy loops that brought them back to the cube every few minutes. They plunged through walls and into apartments and businesses, they returned with blood wicking off of their hands, feet and faces like water off a duck’s back. - Sting 26.5
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Interlude 13
  8. The cupped hand turned monochrome as the Siberian used her power on it, then turned back to normal. Alexandria lifted the hand, making room for others, for us to get underneath. - Excerpt from Venom 29.8
  9. Interlude 14.y
  10. She’s immune to Trickster and Panacea both. - Comment by Wildbow on Prey 14.2
  11. Nervaqus987: Siberian has shrugged off all forms of attack that were tried on her in the series, only being popped by Foil's Sting and Clockblocker's Time Stop. But when Legend blasted a crater under her feet and when Tecton opened a hole under her, she fell through, which seems to indicate that she's still affected by gravity. So if someone were to throw some kind of gravity manipulation power at her, would that do anything or would she ignore it like everything else?

    Nervaqus987 said:
    Siberian & Gravity powers?
    She actively allows gravity to affect her so she can walk. She's seen gliding/minimizing inertia in a few cases, fighting Legend and jumping off a roof with Jack/Bonesaw/Cherish.

    She could ignore it. - Comment by Wildbow on Spacebattles
  12. Prey 14.2
  13. Up until the moment Foil, still screaming, using her augmented sense of timing to measure the length of each scream, stepped around the monochrome field he’d cast just in front of her. She threw a handful of darts through the Siberian and Gray Boy’s head as his back was turned.

    The Siberian flickered out of existence as Gray Boy collapsed.

    Neither reappeared, healthy or otherwise. - Interlude 26b
  14. 14.0 14.1 A female, standing just outside another time distortion, walked around the effect, charging objects with energy. The entity could see as the small pieces of alloyed metal unfolded, taking shape in not just this world, but all realities, at the same space and time, bristling with an effect that would sever their attachment to most physical laws.

    They were thrown, and they disrupted connections to two shards at once. The projection disappeared, only to reappear a distance away. The boy who had created the time distortions fell as well.

    Sting, the entity thought. Once it had been a weapon for his kind, against his kind, back in the beginning, when they had dwelt in oceans of gray sludge. - Interlude 26
  15. Wildbow:
    i really doubt ashley can pop sibby
    Ashley could pop Siberian
    It's why she came up as a possible thing in relation to Sleeper
    Ashley was named in a WoG a while back talking about the 'anything but' powers and stuff like Alexandria Invulnerability. - Comment by Wildbow on Discord, archived on Spacebattles
  16. 16.0 16.1 The Siberian appeared beside us in the same instant. Manton spoke, “He finally took action and struck my Siberian.” - Venom 29.7
  17. Clockblocker fired his threads from his gauntlet. They surrounded the cube-carrier, and he froze them.

    Unstoppable force against an immovable object.

    Which won?

    The Siberian made contact with the thread and flickered out of existence, and the thread went limp. The cube fell with a crash. - Sting 26.5
  18. Interlude 11a
  19. Prey 14.2
  20. Might as well share: Siberian’s real body was being kept in a specialized case created by Bonesaw with some Mannequin components. Left in there for an hour to regenerate/weather the venoms. Relatively easy process to get him out, put Cherish in, do the surgery on her corona aurora, change some settings and seal her inside. - Comment by Wildbow on Prey 14.11
  21. Eclipse x.8
  22. Interlude 19.x
  23. Interlude 25
  24. She found a file listed as ‘Case 01’. She clicked it. - Excerpt from Interlude 13

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