The research group that created Icira has been renamed "Gilbert Technologies". She acquires her initial stash of technologies by rebelling against them and destroying them from the inside out, and gets her substantial funds by selling some of those technologies on the black market.
She starts off as a small-time criminal climbing up the ranks with the assistance of her exotic technologies, evading capture/death by means of her avatars and gradually developing into the evil overlord wannabe she was conceived as. Then she starts employing her Faceless Goons and building her evil fortresses, leading up to the creation of Commander M. and a raid on Area 51.
Assuming she manages to get that far in her plan, she then ditches her ground fortresses and moves onto a flying fortress. At this point, she seems very well on top of things and drunk on her newfound power. Commander M. himself gets a second-in-command named Lieutenant L., who looks exactly like M., but with more human eyes.
But things take a sharp turn for the worse for dear Icira when she gets a rival in the form of Roy Gilbert, another "creation" of Gilbert Technologies; a man who was artificially augmented with psychic powers just before Icira completely took the corporation down. He has two subordinates of his own, the elemental opposites Snedronningen (a young woman with total control over snow and ice) and Skonabyto (a man/jackal hybrid with total power over fire). He initially intends to kill Icira in retaliation for her destroying his father's corporation, but the years haven't been kind to him and he has also gone a tad power mad.
Roy's powers are limited to begin with—he has short-range telepathy and telekinesis, but not teleportation or energy projection. Even so, he poses a significant threat to Icira, for if he gets within telepathic range, he can learn where her true body is hidden and destroy it. Furthermore, should he live long enough to realize the full potential of his power, he will be completely unstoppable.
To make matters even harder on poor Icie, Commander M. begins to question his "mother's" motivation for keeping him around. Ultimately concluding that she cares nothing for him, seeing him only as a glorified slave, he betrays Icira and goes out on his own as a mercenary-for-hire. Lieutenant L. is promoted to Commander to replace him.
The actual conclusion of this arc will depend on interaction with other people's characters.