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Sourcefield - Reckoners Board Game.jpg
Died Killed by Reckoners
Aliases Emiline Bask
Powers Epic
World Earth (Reckoners)
Featured In Firefight

Sourcefield is an Epic. Prior to becoming an Epic, she was known as Emiline Bask.[1]

She was a High Epic killed by the Reckoners after she attacked Newcago in retribution for the killing of Steelheart.[2]

Attributes and Abilities[edit]

Epic Abilities[edit]

Electrical Manipulation
Sourcefield has the power to manipulate electricity. This ability both protects her from weapons, as well as allowing her to fire blasts of electrical energy. She can also create electrical forcefields similar to Prof's which she can entrap people within.
Her teleportation ability is related to her electrical powers. She has the ability to transform herself into electricity and travel through substances she touches. The more conductive the substance the farther she is able to travel through it. This is not true teleportation.[3]

Epic Weakness[edit]

Sourcefield's weakness is Kool-Aid. While contact with Kool-Aid will dampen her powers, she needs to swallow Kool-Aid to fully disable her powers. In her past, her grandparents tried to kill her by poisoning her Kool-aid drink.


When she was a young child her grandparents poisoned her Kool-Aid trying to attempt a cult ritual. Emiline was able to crawl out to the street and get help from someone passing by. This connection to her weakness was one of the pieces of information that led David to a new understanding of Epic powers and weaknesses.


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