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Angel Squad
Leader Natalie Breez
Status Active

"Strike first and don't die"
―The Angel Squad Motto

Angel Squad is the only all-female team in Hero Factory.



Angel Squad is an elite squad of 3.1 Heroes. It was created to combat the criminal organization V.I.R.U.S. The Squad was also a way for the new 3.1 technology to be tested.


The Squad was sent to find the V.I.R.U.S. headquarters. They managed to find the headquarters, but V.I.R.U.S. had been warned by it's spynet and evacuated before they got there. Frustrated, the Squad returned to Hero Factory in defeat.

A few weeks later, reports began to surface of V.I.R.U.S. activity in the Ragith System. Angel Squad was sent to investigate. When they arrived, their transport was attacked by a group of V.I.R.U.S. pirates. The Heroes managed to hold off the the pirates, killing three of them in the process. The Squad tracked the pirates to their hideout on Rarthim. They attacked the Hideout and captured it along with a few V.I.R.U.S. members. After interrogating the captives, they were shuttled off to Penitentiary 1. The hideout was stripped of anything of value, then it was destroyed.

The info given to Angel Squad proved to be real when the Squad discovered another V.I.R.U.S. base. The Heroes treated it th same way as before. After months of searching, Angel Squad discovered the whereabouts of the main headquarters of V.I.R.U.S.. Together with ten other Hero Teams, they attacked the base. After 15 long hours of fighting, the base was in the hands of the Heroes. Any leaders that survived were hunted down and captured. Angel Squad returned to Hero Factory for some much needed rest.


After the defeat of V.I.R.U.S., the Squad began regular Hero work, bringing in criminals.