Trina is a recurring antagonist of the Disney XD animated TV series Big Hero 6: The Series. She is an android built by Obake. She serves as the main antagonist of the Season 2 finale "Legacies".
She was voiced by Christy Carlson Romano, who also portrayed Jennifer Stone from Cadet Kelly.
Obake created Trina to lure Hiro to his side. After he found out about Hiro's bot fighting days, he sent her out to pose as a bot fighter.
Trina created her own bot to take control other competitors' bots so she could steal money and jewelry to attract Big Hero 6's attention (especially Hiro's), in the process also framing the bot's owners, specifically the ones that Mr. Yama had fought, thus making it seem as if he was the thief.
Trina makes her debut appearance in the episode "The Bot Fighter"/
In "Countdown to Catastrophe", Baymax (under Obake's control) takes Hiro to Obake's lair. When he briefly sees Trina, he becomes shocked seeing head detached from her body revealing she's robot. Trina teases Hiro for not figuring it out himself, declaring that it's "so pathetic, it's cute".
It is revealed in "Internabout", Trina and Noodle Burger Boy survived the destruction of Obake's lair. She is stored in a crate and dragged out of the bay by Noodle Burger Boy to an abandoned warehouse. She asks him to help her reassemble herself, but Noodle Burger Boy refuses, saying he has to to return "home" and leaves the warehouse.
Trina sees Noodle Burger Boy as little brother and becomes determined to find him. Trina upgrades herself with a deadly mech suit and a new mohawk. She tests out her new form on Big Hero 6, and successfully beats them. She heads to the Noodle Burger factory, where she stops Hiro from removing Obake's chip from Noodle Burger Boy's system.
Powers and Abilities
- Hologram projection: Trina can record things she sees and project them as holograms.
- Detachment: Trina can detach her head from her body and control it from a distance.
- Superhuman strength: After receiving a new body, Trina's strength increased dramatically. She is powerful enough to kick through hardened substances made by Honey Lemon's chem-balls or smash into the ground to create shockwaves. She could also smash through a brick wall with one punch.
- Enhanced durability: Trina's second body is quite durable, as it sustained a hit from Go Go Tomago's discs without a scratch.