Olive's power lets her animate discrete objects, whether mechanical device like a garage door or several large vehicles, she able to make them function without electrical power, being driven purely by telekinetics. Offensively she can reconfigure her targets into other shapes that can then move on their own, she is only seen using roughly humanoid minions. She needs to be able to physically touch an object however - afterward she is able to direct them as she sees fit.
Weaver compares Romp's abilities to Bitch. She has a higher power rating then Bitch, considered more of a threat. But where as Bitch's dogs are independent, if trained animals, Olive creates "loose, telekinetically animated servants" out of available mechanical material and are restricted to her immediate presence and her own grasp of tactics. Further Olive's creations need her continuous influence to remain animated, if her power is canceled out her creations collapse, where as Bitch's can function independently for a length of time outside her influence.
Romp was deployed with the rest of the Chicago team against the the The Slaughterhouse Nine-Thousand. When Tecton was called away on special strike mission, her team leader deliberately left all the wards behind.
Later she participated in the fighting directly.
Romp was incredulous to the extent that The Undersiders were able to take over a city by themselves. Due to her vulgar attitude she was told by Grace to run laps, Romp was unaware she did not actually have to listen to her. She rushed back to tell her team that Scion was hitting her world.
Unknown if she participated or even survived in the later stages.
↑ 2.02.1“Be advised,” I reported, my hand to my ear, “They’re attempting retreat in vehicles. Original plan may hit a snag. Topsy’s got a newbie supervillain working for him. Mockshow. If I’m remembering right, she’s a master-slash-shaker six.”
“Roger,” Tecton said.
“Hold on,” Grace said.
Mockshow touched the garage door, and the mechanisms shifted to life. Cold air flooded into the garage. I was forced to pull my bugs back, drawing them into the stairwell and through the vents to the box I held. Only the bugs nestled in the villains’ clothing remained. - Excerpt from Scarab 25.3
↑I noted Mock, but I couldn’t see much of what she was doing. Her power, though, put her in the same general category as Rachel. She empowered minions. They even fit into the same general weight class as Rachel’s dogs. The difference, though, was that they were inanimate. Loose, telekinetically animated servants, typically with the size, clout and general strategy of a grown rhino. Charge things, hit them hard, repeat.
I had no doubt she’d be working on the truck. Maybe multiple trucks. Bugs were still inside the vehicles, and I could sense things shifting and lurching as she reconfigured it into a more or less mobile form. - Excerpt from Scarab 25.3
↑Mockshow’s eyes widened as she saw the bugs filtering into the interrogation room. The tables and chairs had been removed to deny her anything solid enough to use her power on, so she had nothing to hide behind as they began forming into a mass.
↑Romp looked at her teammates, turning to Grace, then Tecton. “Am I the only one who hears these guys talk and wonders how the fuck they ever got to be in charge of a city?”
“Don’t fucking swear,” Grace said, saying the line as if it were reflexive by now. Romp looked annoyed, but Cuff smiled, and I could see Tecton looking away, as if he was forgetting that people couldn’t see his face while he had the helmet on. I, too, smiled. Romp was completely unware about why it was funny that Grace was admonishing her on the swearing. - Excerpt from Venom 29.1
↑“-You’re totally not the one who gets to order me around,” Romp replied. “Deal with it.”
“Run a lap,” Grace said, her voice quiet.
Romp turned around, eyebrows raised.
“Two laps,” Grace said, her voice quiet, cold and dangerous. “For not moving the second I gave the order.”
“What am I supposed to fucking run around?”
“Three laps for swearing, four because you’re still here. We can do five if you don’t move now. Start running, and if you don’t pick a big enough area to run around, I can give you another few laps.”
“This is balls,” Romp said, hopping down from the bin’s lid.
“Five laps, then,” Grace said.
“I know I’m getting more laps by talking, but I needed to state the truth for the record.” She kept talking, speaking with each footfall. “Balls, balls, balls.”
The moment she was out of earshot, Grace and the others broke into laughter. Foil was the only member of the Undersiders who seemed to get it, her shoulders shaking in silent laughter. - Excerpt from Venom 29.1
↑Romp returned to us, breaking into a run to close the remainder of the distance. “Someone’s saying he’s hitting Samech. It’s one of the Earths Cauldron was going to watch over. There’s only Dragon, the Guild and some Protectorate guys there.” - Exerpt from Venom 29.1