|Real Name||Isrivel Douglas|
|Alias(es)||King of Furies & Heroes|
|Species|| Valkyrie (formerly)
Isrivel Douglas is an Asgardian who was part of an elite group of warriors called the Valkyrie, and the Queen of the Furies Kingdom located on a icy, abandoned planet. She resided on Asgard in her self-exile due to Hela leaving her alive when she slaughtered the Valkyrie. Even Odin was unable to relieve her of her survivor's guilt. Eventually, she left Asgard and found a cold planet, deciding to live on it so that none may see her face. People fleeing from overtaken planets quickly flocked to the planet which she lived on, setting Isrivel up as a Valkyrie (which she is), and a Goddess of War, Peace, Plants, and Summer (she eventually became a full goddess). Odin, Loki, and Thor decided to visit her planet, and found it bustling with life, organization, and the Asgardian Valkyrie fighting off monsters and corruption to keep fleeing people safe. To honor her service and grant a worthy warrior a gift, they granted Isrivel full Goddess status. Isrivel brought warmth to the once chilly and icy planet, bringing happiness and cheers to her people. Other factions soon established her as their war Goddess to bring them luck in battle. The more peaceful factions choose her to be a Goddess of Peace, and Planets. The young children saw Isrivel as a great Goddess who was very peaceful, brought plants to grow to her people, and used her powers to bring summer to her people. Isrivel eventually married a noble woman called Ren Honda.
When Isrivel eventually decided to visit Asgard after many years of self-exile, Odin, Thor, and Loki were confused and didn't recognize her until she brought out her spear. She was introduced to the visiting Avengers as the last, surviving Valkyrie who Hela didn't kill, much to her anger. The soldiers accompanying Isrivel had murderous looks on their faces, and looked ready to pounce before Freya ran across the room and flung Loki into the wall, much to the amusement of the Valkyrie and Gods still standing.