Liberty Belle wears a tiny replica of the Liberty Bell, carved from the famous bell itself. When the actual bell is rung, her model will vibrate as well, no matter the distance between them. This sympathetic vibration gives Liberty Belle a surge of adreneline for 10 turns (+1CS to strength, +2CS to fighting). She uses a variety of methods to instruct her confidante, Tom Revere, to ring the real Liberty Bell.
Martial Arts B & E * Journalism * Swimming * Administration
All-Star Squadron * Franklin Roosevelt * Winston Churchill * Tom Revere
Libby Lawrence is a descendant of Bess Lynn, a nurse during the Revolutionary War who fought the British in the costumed identity of Miss Liberty. Libby was a champion athlete in school, and received a tiny replica of the Liberty Bell, made of the same metals, for winning a college athletic tournament.
Libby was in Poland with her father, U.S. military attache Major James Lawrence, in 1939 when war broke out there. Major Lawrence was killed in a Nazi air attack on Warsaw, and Libby eventually escaped Nazi-occupied Europe by swimming across the English Channel. That escape made her a celebrity.
Libby became a newspaper and radio commentator and strongly advocated fighting the Axis powers. She also became the costumed heroine Liberty Belle to fight subversives and other evildoers.
Liberty Belle became a founding member and co-chairman of the All-Star Squadron, a wartime organization of virtually all of America's costumed heroes. Her confidante, Tom Revere, the guard of the Liberty Bell, had given her a tiny replica of the bell, carved from the bell itself, which she wore in her belt. She discovered that when the Liberty Bell was rung, her tiny bell would also chime, and she would have a rush of adrenaline that would temporarily increase her strength and speed.