Robotic Body: Created as an android. Has the following abilities:
Body Armor: Indigo is a very powerful android with a high degree of imperviousness. She has Monstrous protection from all physical and energy damage.
Life Support: Indigo’s android body does not need to eat, sleep or breathe
Invulnerablity: Indigo has Class 1000 resistance to Disease, Toxin and Radiation
Computer Mind: Her android brain is highly adept. She has Monstrous ability to access and collate available data. Correct analysis of information requires a successful reason FEAT.
Sensors: In radar/sonar/electrical systems to detect objects, radio waves, etc.
Optic Blast: Mn Force, 3 areas
Force Field: Indigo can create magnetic forcefields. She is required to reroute power from weapon systems to fuel the power required however once done she can create a Unearthly strength field of protection.
Flight: She can fly attaining Amazing airspeed.
Nothing is known about the origins of the android called Indigo before her arrival in the 20th century. She is purportedly from 2,000 years in the future but appeared from out of nowhere, battered and in search of a way to repair herself. Logically, she attempted to find sympathetic 20th century beings who could help her. After an unsuccessful assimilation of the Metal Men, she teleported to California and commandeered the body of the Titan, Cyborg. The combined might of the Titans and Young Justice was barely enough to drive her off and when she teleported out, several heroes were critically injured in the explosion.
The next suitable android happened to be a dormant Superman robot, which was kept by S.T.A.R. Labs at a secret base. She awakened this unstable — even malicious — robot but was again driven off by the the young heroes. What happened next wrote the most tragic chapter in the Titans’ history; the robot quickly killed the Titan, Omen. Indigo managed to redeem herself somewhat by recovering and shutting down the Superman robot, but not before it took the life of another Titan, Troia.
After the Titans’ tragedy, the android was shut down and completely “reformatted.” Though she retained no memories of any past, she was moved by the desire to atone for her wrongdoings. The Titans had disbanded after the ordeal, and Arsenal set about assembling a new team of Outsiders. In a controversial move, he decided to accept Indigo as a member. She now pledges to serve humanity as a “perfect soldier.” Understandably, the Outsiders’ new leader Nightwing was more than hesitant to work with her. Only time will tell if she can truly make up for the havoc she caused.