Religion: Inhuman religion (nun?)
First Appearance: Inhumans (vol. 2) #3 (Jan. 1999): "Ghost in the Machine"
Number of Appearances: 1
Note: discovered patterns in terrigenesis, circa 1900
About 100 years ago the great Inhuman geneticist Ultarnt was commissioned by the Inhuman Genetic Council to study the sacred ritual of Terrigenesis. She discovered patterns in the process that the council thought would be dangerous for anybody to know about. So they suppressed the information for 100 years.
Ultarnt was definitely an Inhuman and studied one of the most important aspects of Inhuman religion. There is little reason to believe she was anything other than a normative, orthodox adherent of Inhuman religion. But the listing for Ultarnt in Jeff Christiansen's "Master List" section of the "Appendix to the Handbook of the Marvel Universe" website has the word "nun" with q question mark after it (i.e., "nun?"). Is to suggest that Ultarnt appeared to be dressed as a nun in the one comic book story in which she appeared? Did she appear to be an Inhuman nun, or a Catholic nun? We know that Inhuman religion has clergy and priests. After all, one of the best known Inhumans - Karnak - is a priest. But traditionally Inhuman clergy have an appearance very distinct from Catholic clergy. We would need to carefully read the story in which Ultarnt appears to determine what is meant by the "nun?" in that listing. Nowhere else can we find anything suggesting that Ultarnt became a nun, and absolutely nowhere can we find anything linking her to the Catholic church or suggesting she became a Catholic nun. At this point we are assuming that something about the character's appearance or speech in the story she appeared in might suggest that she is an Inhuman nun.
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