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Aneela
Aneela S2E10
Gender Female
Relationships Khlyen (Father)
Occupation Hullin
Portrayal
Actor Hannah John-Kamen
Appearances
First How to Kill Friends and Influence People
Last How to Kill Friends and Influence People

Aneela is a recurring character appearing in Season 2 and Season 3 of Killjoys. She is portrayed by actress Hannah John-Kamen.

BiographyEdit

Aneela is the daughter of Khlyen and the leader of the Hullen. When Khlyen discovered the Green Plasma, she was one of the first to be infected. Unfortunately she was young and her prefrontal cortex was still growing. While she survived the physical transformation and gained the strength and regeneration abilities, she became insane. Her goal is to make sure that Hullen will rule the galaxy.[1] She leads the Hullen from her space cruiser, going from system to system as she takes control.

Development of the Red 17 ProcessEdit

Aneela established a laboratory on Arkyn, a source of the green plasma, and began to experiment with the process of creating more Hullen. The initial group of individuals that bonded with the green plasma retained some autonomy, some sense of self. Aneela and her followers developed the Red 17 experiments to increase the bond, to turn the infected into slaves.

Scarback MonksEdit

The Scarbacks realized what Aneela and the Red 17 process and travelled to Arkyn to fight her. They called her Pra-tal, "The Devil" in Old Word. They were unsuccessful in stopping her although one monk was able to steal one of Aneela's trees and get away. She used the other monks as experimentation subjects in her lab.

AppearancesEdit

Killjoys: Season 2
How to Kill Friends and Influence People (appears)

ReferencesEdit

  1. How to Kill Friends and Influence People

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