- "You fly too close to the sun. I have languished in pain for time beyond reason because of you: The Children of Light! But your pretty skin will soon be brittle scales in hellfire when the others awake... and unite beneath the standard of Reign!"
- —Jindah to Kara Zor-El[src]
Jindah Kol Rozz (died January 2018) was the high priestess of the Children of Juru and one of the chief architects of the Worldkiller experiments. Some time preceding Krypton's destruction, Jindah was imprisoned within the Phantom Zone and became the namesake inmate of Fort Rozz.
Jindah was killed by Reign to protect the Worldkillers' secrets.
On Krypton, Jindah Kol Rozz was the high priestess of the Children of Juru, a coven dedicated to creating "New Krypton" where the old polytheistic deities would be worshipped, including Yuda Kal. For this purpose, the coven began creating genetically-engineered Worldkillers enhanced with dark magic to fulfill the Juru's "End of Days" prophecy.
Jindah was disgraced due to her beliefs and sentenced by Alura Zor-El to life imprisonment in Fort Rozz, named in honor of her. During her trial, Jindah promised vengeance from a woman born from one of the Fountains of Lilith in Juru.
Residing alone in the Dendara Corridor with demon-like figures, Jindah quickly developed a reputation as a reclusive, yet dangerous and sinister being. At one point, an inmate named Xitheria went to find Jindah in an attempt to recruit her and Jindah was somehow able to ensure the former died screaming. Thus, none of the other prisoners tried to approach her again.
When Fort Rozz escaped the Phantom Zone and landed on Earth in 2003, Jindah never escaped. At some point after October 2015 though, Jindah somehow came into contact with Thomas Coville, to whom she told about the Worldkillers and their prophecy. Jindah remained on Fort Rozz when the prison was thrown into space by Supergirl and eventually began orbiting a blue star.
Meeting the daughter of the House of El and death
In early 2018, Jindah somehow sensed the arrival of Kara Zor-El on Fort Rozz and ordered the demons to bring the superheroine to her. When Kara awakened, Jindah eerily called out to her. Kara asked her about the Worldkiller Reign, to which Jindah stated the figure would bring upon her destruction, preaching how darkness existed in every soul. Kara attempted to invalidate this, affirming that she knew how to fight it. Mocking Kara's naiveté as a "child living in light", Jindah revealed the existence of two other Worldkillers, Pestilence and Purity, whom she gleefully stated would unleash "hellfire" upon uniting beneath Reign.
Just then, the aforementioned Worldkiller arrived. Delighted to finally meet the heiress of Juru, Jindah urged Reign to free her from Fort Rozz so they could carry out the coven's deliverance and crush their enemies. She triumphantly faced Kara, expecting the united duo to bring anguish upon her. However, Reign instead believed the priestess to be a liability due to her knowledge on the Worldkillers' agenda and fired her heat vision through Jindah's heart, killing her.
Powers and abilities
- Kryptonian physiology: Normally, like all Kryptonians, Jindah's capabilities are no greater than a normal human of her physical conditioning. However, once charged by the energy of a yellow sun metabolized into her body, she gains a variety of tremendous abilities.
- Dark magic: According to Supergirl, the circumstances regarding the "parallel dimension" of Worldkillers lead to believe that they were created not just by science, but by dark magic of the legendary Kryptonian witches, which would imply that Jindah was the leader of those witches.
- Occult knowledge: As a former dark priestess, Jindah has extensive knowledge of Krypton's religion, especially the predated beliefs of the Juru regarding the Worldkillers.
- Kryptonite: Like all Kryptonians, even while empowered, Jindah is vulnerable to the exposure of Kryptonite, a radioactive mineral from her home planet Krypton.
- Blue sun energy: Jindah was powerless when exposed to the energy of a blue sun.