MAITUA Feterika has steered clear of social media in the lead-up to the new NRLW season and her rivals would be well advised to do the same.
The highlight reels featuring her and fellow Kiwi Ferns powerhouse Teuila Fotu-Moala might make them think twice about showing up.
The duo are charged with bringing a hard edge to the Dragons middle after shifting south from Brisbane, with their first game for their new club coming against their old one on Sunday.
Neither is planning on bringing the fireworks, they just seem to go off whenever they're around.
"I'm excited but it hasn't really hit me yet," Feterika said.
"I'm trying to stay away from social media and just do me. I'm excited to see some old teammates but I'll leave all that for after the game.
"I'm the type of person worries about doing my job first and not trying to be a super hero trying to smash everyone out there.
"Everyone's always waiting for that [big] moment and all of that but we have to do our one per centers and our own jobs first. If we do that we can hopefully do some damage on the field."
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With Jillaroos hooker Brittany Breayley another addition to a pack that also includes skipper Kezie Apps, the Dragons boast a front six that wouldn't look out of place on an All-Stars team sheet.
"I'm so grateful we get to to play alongside Holli [Wheeler] and Kezie, I've always wanted to play alongside those two" Feterika said.
"We've always had that rivalry between the Kiwi Ferns and Jillaroos but to play and train alongside them has been awesome.
"It's a special thing for all of us but you can put together a superstar team, it all comes down to how you work together on and off the field."
Fotu-Moala is equally understated in her approach but there's no getting away from the 'Jukebox' nickname she's earned with the steady stream of monster hits - though she's quick to laugh off the moniker.
"Everyone expects a hit out of me now, if I don't put a hit on people get bored," she joked.
"You've got to be smart about it, if the hit's on it just happens. I don't go out there looking to line someone up but hopefully I can dish some out this season.
"I'm looking forward to playing in the middle and being a bit more involved in the game taking those tough runs. Hopefully I can square a few up.
"We've got a really talented pack with not only size, we've got speed and ball-playing so we can play a bit of footy as well. That's how I like to play so I'm looking forward to it."
It's the latter opportunity to add more strings to her bow under coach Daniel Lacey that prompted the 2017 World Cup Player of the Tournament to don the famous red v this season.
"I really respected Lacey's approach to getting me into the team and what he wanted out of me this season," she said.
"Everyone would've had their pitch but I felt Lacey had a genuine approach in what he could offer.
"I'm always looking to improve and get something different out of my game and he really drew me in with everything he intends to teach me.
"I'm excited for a bit of a fresh start and a new challenge. This team's full of talent and it's always exciting to play next to superstars."