A new hero has come to join the Heroes Act. And it is someone Xandy had long been hoping to be reunited with for years. It's her old childhood friend, and Councilman Oswin's son, Chase Cannell. Xandy is happy to see her best friend again, and explains to the other heroes about their relationship, which had to end when Councilman Oswin joined the Alternate UUniversal Grand Council following his last warrior mission involving a corrupt governor threatening to chase an Eramish colony from a valley off a land he claims belongs to him, and moved from Carbungia to Xorizome. Chase says that he has been training himself to become a great hero like his father in his days as a famous warrior, and got himself a hoverglider with neat gadgets, and a great array of weapons. On the first day, Chase not only does well in stopping a crime, but has done it faster and swifter than Xandy had thought. But after this goes on for a couple of times, Xandy begins growing jealous when she becomes dull in comparison to Chase. She doesn't feel like she's the top notch and after confessing it to Hudson and being reminded to not betray her friend, she goes to drastic measures to try and prove it, only to find herself in a jab. But little does she know that Chase is gonna be in a pickle of his own. Some of his father's old foes finally return: Xenavan the Despicable and Slimeball Genaord, whom Chase is actually able to stop until even Xandy is shocked that Chase runs away when a roar is heard in the distance. Oswin comes in after a confrontation and reveals that the roar belonged to another foe of his: the imfamous Uniflax the Destroyer, who sought revenge on Oswin for what his biological parents did to him on his homeworld of Moodios involving him committing a crime of stealing from them, and after he was this close to murdering him and Chase just like he did with his wife and Chase's mother, is more than willing to drag the rest of the Council into his revenge of madness of even including past faces of Oswin just for the sake of having bystander casualties and being evil. Though Xenavan and Slimeball are mainly just cheap thugs to Chase, what brings fear to him is Uniflax. Because it was Uniflax that slaughtered his mother in cold blood, almost killed his father, and roared in his face when he was at his weakest as a baby, it nearly spooked his father into quitting as a hero. Xandy drops her pride at last out of sad sympathy to realize that Chase is facing his most troubling of demons in the form of an imfamous madman. It's up to the Heroes Act and the Lodgers to slove this puzzle and get Chase to face his personal issues and stop this trio of wickedness.
(Used when Uniflax first attacks Chase in the streets)