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Briana Diggers is a fictonal character from the comic, Gold Digger. The "sister" of Gina and Brittany Diggers Brianna Diggers, is actually a clone of Gina and Cheetah. As such, she has some of the features of a werecheetah (size, strength, and speed) but looks reasonably human. She is about as smart as Gina, but concentrates on really, really big guns, bombs, powered armor, and similar devices that aid in the blowing up of objects.
During an expedition into southwest asia, Gina and Britanny discovered the prison of the daemon mouse and were cursed by a horrible hex spell. In an effort to remove the curse, Gina constructed a synthetic proto-mass that shared the qualities of both herself and Britanny. The attempt tricked the curse into going for the "fake Gina/Britanny mass", but also caused the inert mass to form itself into a body and spark it to life. Though the curse entity was soon after destroyed, Brianna remained: A "clone sister" of Gina and Britanny. Brianna has memories of both Gina and Britanny's past all the way up to the moment of her creation. Because of this, she has had some severe identity crises in the earlier issues of GD, but she has begun to gain her own, unique memories. She has begun to grow into her own person. Brianna has gleefully taken on the role of the "kid sister" of the trio. After all, "Kid sisters" have all the fun, right? Maybe. Brianna isn't as strong as Britanny and isn't as intelligent as Gina, but she's developed her own style of doing things. (Which mainly involve large explosions and big weapons which cause them.) Brianna is not a scientist, but a tinkerer. She is not a powerhouse, but a pretty good fighter. And she's happy with that. There is one thing Brianna has that neither sister seems to have access to. Brianna seems to exhibit a latent magical talent or ability. Though she has yet to truly uncover what that ability truly does or means. "Gold Digger" is copywritten and trademarked by Fred Perry.(c)(1991)(2005)
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