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Alexandra Springer was the leader of the Servants of Creatures Arriving Late to Earth, or S.C.A.L.E, a Mutation-focused splinter group of a reputable animal rights group that became an Eco-Terrorist group thanks to Alexandra's extensive Military training. Eventually she orchestrated an attack on Monster Island to set all of the monsters on it free. She learns of Monster Island's location by putting a tracker on Audrey Timmonds, who stowed away on a ship bound for it. She and the rest of S.C.A.L.E. then go to the island and use gas grenades to knock out the guards on the way to the control room where Alexandra turned off all of the island's security measures such as the barriers keeping the monsters in separate habitats and their power inhibiting collars that kept them from destroying the buildings. She then called Timmonds to the control room to film a documentary on S.C.A.L.E. and their ideals. Timmonds saves Alexandra's life when the Giant Bat and Skeetera crash into it, but She is intent on letting the Mutations take her life if it will please them. While the two wait in the wreckage of the control room, they are found by Military forces. This causes Alexandra to spring for the island's self-destruct button, but before she can push it she is captured and arrested. Alexandra and Timmonds meet again while she is in prison and the reporter tries to ask her about a compact disk she gave her before she was taken away. Alexandra tells her that it is the security camera feed from Monster Island, and that it has their entire conversation on it, and she urges Timmonds to use it to spread the word about the cause, and she is taken back to her cell. Seemingly unbeknown to Alexandra, Audrey decides not to air the story and destroys the tape containing it by throwing it into a fireplace, declaring "some stories are better left untold".