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  • Helen Collins
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  • Alias No information Origin No information Occupation No information Powers/Skills No information Hobby No information Goals No information Type of Villain No information Amanda is a villainess from the TV series, Nikita which is based off the film of the same name. In it's first and second seasons, she was the secondary antagonist since at that time, Percy was it's primary. In the third and forth seasons, she's it's primary antagonist. Amanda reiterates the La Femme Nikita character of Madeline, the executive strategist for Section One.
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type of villain
  • Master Manipulator,Brainwasher, Torturer
Goals
  • To mentally and physically destroy Nikita before killing her, To gain power. Start World War III
Origin
  • Nikita
Skills
  • Master Manipulator, Brainwashing, Torture Methodology, Marksmen, Knifemen, Martial Arts, Peak Human Conditioning, Hacking, and Master Orator
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Alias
  • Amanda, Amanda Collins, The Inquisitor, Director Amanda
Hobby
  • Unknown
Occupation
  • Inmate in Falls Ridge Supermax Prison Member of The Invisible Hand , Director of Division , Division's Psychologist, Interrogator, & Stylist
Fullname
  • Helen Collins
Size
  • 300
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  • Alias No information Origin No information Occupation No information Powers/Skills No information Hobby No information Goals No information Type of Villain No information Amanda is a villainess from the TV series, Nikita which is based off the film of the same name. In it's first and second seasons, she was the secondary antagonist since at that time, Percy was it's primary. In the third and forth seasons, she's it's primary antagonist. Amanda (born Helen Collins) was Division's resident psychologist and a master manipulator, then later on its Director. She was in charge of preparing recruits and agents, giving their task and often (and somewhat more importantly) their disguise. She would then become a Rogue Agent, working with other former Division and Gogol agents. She was also working with Ari Tasarov, her longtime boyfriend until she betrayed and murdered him. She was finally a member of the mysterious powerful organization known as The Invisible Hand before she was imprisoned for life. She is also the last surviving co-founder and former Director of Division. Amanda reiterates the La Femme Nikita character of Madeline, the executive strategist for Section One.