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    Chapa De Silva/Volt (Danger Force)

    Chapa De Silva/Volt
    Sam Puckett, but with even more anger issues and if she were a phone addict.
    Gender: Female
    Type: Angry Phoneless Child with Anger Issues
    Age: 12-13 (Season 1)
    13-14 (Season 2)
    14-15 (Season 3)
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Havan Flores
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Danger Force


    Lula Elena Chapa De Silva (more commonly known as Chapa), also known as the superhero Volt, is a main character in Danger Force.

    She is portrayed by Havan Flores.

    Background

    Chapa is a force to be reckoned with. She is strong, confident, crazy and feels justified in her sometimes-irrational behavior. She can behave at times like a mama bear defending her cub from the dark forces of the world. She's bold and likes to lead and becomes flustered and frustrated when she has no control or can't figure something out. She's more emotional than the rest of the group, even almost crying when Chicken Man left, and after getting barked at by Benny the Dog for messing up his order. She's also the more offensive-type fighter, using her powers to hurt rather than to protect. Her bad temper suits her powers just fine, since they are anger-based.

    Why She Sucks

    1. Like Sam, she has anger issues. The only difference is that while Sam has anger issues, she never takes it to an extent Chapa does.
      • In fact, some may say she is a rip-off of the latter character mentioned above, but without the charm and likablity Sam has.
    2. She can come off as abusive and mean-spirited towards her friends, espicially Ray.
      • In the episode "Chapa's Phone Home" she threatened Mika just for singing when her phone came back to her.
    3. She never stops mentioning her missing phone.
    4. She along with her friends Miles and Bose were at their absolute worst in the infamous "Mika in the Middle", where they became a jerk to Mika just because she's a snitch.
    5. Her temper is so bad that everyone in Danger Force fears her wrath. Especially Ray and he's indestructible.
    6. Like her friends (with the execption of Miles), her lines can come off as cringeworthy at times.
    7. When she's using her superpowers, her aim is very poor. Though she has gotten a lot better, it is still rather poor at times.
    8. Overall, due to her personality being horribly written, she became one of the most unlikable characters of not only the main cast of Danger Force, but the show itself.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. Deep down, she does care about her friends:
      • She did come up with that clever plan for Mika to make it look like she betrayed Danger Force just to end the prank war and get everything back to the way it was in the episode "The Thousand Pranks War: Part II".
      • She does also have a good friendship with Ray despite arguing with him sometimes.
      • She did refuse to betray her friends even if it meant not seeing her phone again.
      • In the episode "Street Fightin'", she did at least have a good reason to be angry at the little kid Crank for bullying her friend Bose.
    2. Despite loving her phone, Chapa is shown to help other people in need as she went with Mika and Miles to help take down Drex and help Henry and Ray defeat the bad guys in No Man's Land.
    3. With that being said, she can be likable at times.
    4. She does care about her parents, despite being embarrass by them, and her sister.
    5. She has several funny moments.
      • Delivery Joe!
      • Crikey!
      • See ya never, seniors!
      • BEAM KICK!
    6. Havan Flores does a great job of portraying her.
    7. She gradually improve in the later seasons.
      • Her missing phone died down in mid season 2, where it often helps her be more motivated as she manage to free Ray and a few of her friends from Rick Twittler's virus.
      • To be fair, she mentions her phone because her friends often mentioning it which she often reminds them she dose not have a phone.
    8. Seeing her doing backflips, sing and dance, etc. is pretty fun to watch.
    9. Depending on your point of view, Chapa's anger is pretty funny in season 1-2.

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