Khonshu compels Moon Knight to join the WCA to help them fight Dominus. The moon god becomes attracted to Tigra because (as he puts it) she is a creature of the sun and opposites attract. He then compels Marc to form a relationship with Tigra. Most of their relationship is off-panel, but they flirt a lot, kiss a few times, all very PG stuff. It's assumed they're sleeping together.
Sometime later, Mock and Hawk split up over Bobbi's involvement in Phantom Rider's death. She decides to quit the team. Moon Knight and Tigra go with her because Khonshu demands vengeance and he's already in hot water with Iron Man and Hawkeye for causing the death of Cornelius "Taurus" Van Lunt of the Zodiac. Tigra, citing her predatory nature, also believes killing is sometimes necessary and, naturally, sides with Bobbi on the rape issue.
The three go off and have some adventures before winding up in the same fight as their old teammates. While trying to exorcise the spirit of Phantom Rider, a magic spell cast by Daimon Hellstrom ejects Khonshu from Marc just as a bunch of Seth's (evil, Egyptian god, foe of Thor) minions show up to capture the weakened Khonshu (it's a long story involving a siege on Asgard.) Marc frees Khonshu and the two fight side by side for the first (and probably last) time. Later, Khonshu explains everything to Marc and Marc, feeling used and not knowing if the love he felt for Tigra was even real, quits both teams for good and returns to New York.
: Okay, I was just wondering since it was
: bothering me that she is teaching in
: Avengers Academy but had been in a
: relationship with Moon Knight, with the
: killing thing as their connection.
: So, thanks for the information.
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