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Liam came from the Fast World to help Takeda bring Mariko back to life.

Plot

Mariko and Liam

Liam was an inhabitant of the Fast World, who met Mariko, the daughter of Foreman Takeda, when she arrived in the Fast World through a portal created by the Coldness, an experimental cryogenic machine. The couple quickly fell in love, but when Mariko discovered the evil of the White Queen, the Fast World's cruel ruler, she decided to leave her mind in that world and her body on Earth in order to remain in the Fast World to fight the evil queen, much for Liam's horror, because he knew that in this state of fading existence, Mariko was in danger of disappearing forever.[1]

Trying to help his lover, he contacted with Takeda, Mariko's father, and agreed to help him in exchange for a chance to try to get Mariko back into her former state. To help him get around on Earth, Takeda gave Liam a special liquid to make his body vibrate slower.[2]

Takeda used him as a tool to spy on the Guardians, and sent different creatures from his world to attack them.[3]

Matt was suspicious of Liam from the beginning, and because of this Matt was lured to Takeshita Inc. and was frozen by Takeda's robots.[4] He was later sent him to kidnap William and take him to the Fast World.[5]

The girls also discovered that he was a part of the White Council, the realm's high court. He led the girls to the prison ward to find William and Mariko in the local prison. There they were confronted by the White Queen, who tried to kill Mariko after paralyzing the Guardians with her Luminous butterfly jar. Liam interfered and was then killed by the White Queen when he stood in the way of the Sword of Exile, which impaled him and caused his body to crystalize and blow up into pieces.[1]

Powers and abilities

Liam displays the ability to transfer his natural vibration, if he intends to, by touching his target. This was seen when he kidnapped William from Susan Vandom, when the touch caused her to feel shock and eventually became unconscious.[5]

References

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