Demeanor: She gives off the impression that the world is new to her, which it truly is. As if she were lost and needed guidance. She will seem to be very naieve and trusting, though she’s actually not. In some cases she’s withdrawn and content to keep to herself.
Nature: Cold, bitter and angry. Almost entitled and self-absorbed. Her goal is the only thing that’s important in the world.
Description: Ledusia is 16 and stands at a height of 5’3”. She’s thin, some may say too thin, though her weight fluctuates. She has long dark hair down to her waist. Several tattoos, her entire abdomen and ribcage are covered, as well as her thighs and both arms are partially sleeved. Her features are sweet, though that’s deceiving.
Academics - (4) Brains
Perception- (4) Brains
Reflexes - (2) Agility
Endurance - (2) Brawn
Ice Manipulation: (3)
Ice Animation: Animating the ice for various purposes. She can give a life to inanimate objects/substances, animating them to act/move on their own accord out of Ledusia’s control; however they do seem to work in tandem to her.
Armor: Ledusia can form armor around their body or a shape it from ice for protection
Ice Wall Generation: Ledusia can create walls of ice from nothing or by shaping the existing ice, she can shape the wall to any shape they want, but afterwards the walls are unchanging and immobile.
Fortifications: Ledusia can create fortifications out of ice. They’re by no mean large (yet), but they’ll put a nice blockade in someone’s path if she needs it. With this she can create a small room out of ice or even a hut like structure, though the bigger she tries to go, the weaker the structure.
Platforms: Ledusia can create platforms, stairs, bridges ect. of varying permanence. However, being made of ice, they will never be a permanent thing, they will melt, become weak and eventually either break away or melt completely.
Ice Imprisonment: Ledusia can bind, imprison and/or otherwise stop object/being by surrounding them completely by using ice.
Fire Manipulation: (3)
Fire Generation: Create/Generate/increase, absorb, shape and manipulate fire.
Burning/Melting: Ledusia can burn anything, as long as it’s flammable.
Fire Negation: Fire does not hurt Ledusia.
Flame Solidification: She can solidify fire, with the level of solidity going from loose jello to metal-like hardness.
Electrical Resistance: Super-heating the air, creating an "Air Lens" to block off electricity.
Rainbow Fire:1 Each color flame has a different effect.
Yellow - TBD
Blue - Sedation
Green - TBD
Purple - Healing
Orange - TBD
Pink - TBD
TBD is for development. These are flame colors she doesn't know she has yet or what they do.
Exhaustion - When Ledusia uses any of her abilities, even just a little bit, she becomes utterly exhausted beyond the point of just stopping to rest for a moment.
Heights - She’s got a phobia of heights…having fallen onto earth from another dimension does that to you.
- Necklace with a real snowflake inside of it.
- Backpack with essentials inside: notebook, pen, folders etc.
- A simple cellphone, it’s a flip phone, nothing internet fancy.
- Clothes, shoes, accessories; stuff to fix her hair and the like.
- AC Unit in her dorm to keep it down to freezing levels.
- Laptop - though he rarely uses it.
Once upon a time, in a land far away, more like a dimension far away, there lived a King and his beautiful Queen. Together they ruled the ice dimension vast and wide. A happy kingdom, a place where the snow always fell like the first snow, soft and white…clean and sparkling. The happy King and Queen had everything they could possibly desire in their dimension. Their people were a happy people. But yet the King knew that one day he would not be able to rule the dimension any longer. Time was endless for the Snow Fae, but even endless has an end. At least his reign would. Just as the King had begun to think about the future of his kingdom, his Queen announced that she was expecting.
After a time, the Queen gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. She had big beautiful eyes that held the same snow grey color as the Kingdom sky, so much wonder and innocence. Her skin pale with a soft shimmer as if she were dusted with a glittering powder. Though something peculiar about their darling baby girl…her hair was raven black. Not a single fae in the Kingdom had hair as black as night. It was unheard of for their kind. The King and Queen were perplexed, but the joy and love they had for their daughter overcame any worry or doubt.
Many individuals in the realm saw the child as a bad omen. Many doubted she was truly the daughter of the King and his Queen. Prophecy of their people told of a child being born who would bring about the end of the dimension with a fiery reign. Pain and turmoil would befall the people at the hands of this child.
”Upon a twelfth winter storm a royal child will be born. Dressed in the gowns of gold, a line of royalty, stories untold. The sky will burn with fire, the ground black with ember. The people's cries of pain from flame will be heard in worlds away. The end of the realm soon it’s people will see, least the child never be.
For all that the child was and then some, she was most definitely the embodiment of that prophecy. As she grew, she was treated like any other member of the royalty, though other children were taught to fear her. The citizens of the realm feared her, never making eye contact with her. But yet the King and Queen treated her like any other child, raising her in a sweet, loving and caring environment. She never understood why people treated her different. She grew up to be a kind hearted young lady despite being treated like a villian.
At the age of 16 she was set to visit her aunt and uncle, being sent in a carriage alone for the first time. During her travel, the carriage was pulled to a stop. Before she knew what was happening, she was being pulled from the carriage and shoved towards the iced forest rather roughly. Afraid and not knowing what’s going on, she started to cry, asking what was happening. The very men that her mother and father trusted to get her to her destination safely were handling her like some kind of criminal. They shoved her roughly, she fell to the ground several times only to be shoved more and dragged across the snowy ground. In a clearing, she was thrown at the feet of an old woman who had some sort of altar set up. She was soon tied up and then secured to a frozen tree trunk. The men and the old woman gathered in a circle around her and dumped some kind of black tar like substance on her head, and began chanting. The trunk rattled and shook, Ledusia screamed as something felt like it was burning her. The pain was…it was too much.
The next thing she remembers is waking up in a place she didn’t recognize. The tree trunk she was tied to had been completely incinerated. Her hands were covered with soot and the black tar like goo they had put on her smelled like burnt flesh. She could feel a heat in her veins that she didn’t realize was there before. Something that mixed with the coldness.
When she freed herself, she explored the forest she was in, trying to figure out where she was as something in her knew she wasn’t home anymore. A pack of wolves were stalking her as she wandered aimlessly, and when they attacked, she burned them. Fire? Where did fire come from? She stared at her trembling hands, feeling…anger? She was angry. Livid. She let out the most pained angry scream she’d ever let out before. They would pay for what they did. All of them would. She would get back home and destroy everything and everyone…..But she’d have to figure out how….
Into the closest city she wandered, dirty, covered in soot….she was mistaken for a homeless person, crazy in a sense. When she was treated with unkindness inside a diner, she set it on fire with her own hands. Walking away as if nothing happened. This happened quite a few times until…she was found by GMU and taken to Sunnybrook….maybe there they can figure out how to get her home and she could fulfill the driving need for vengeance.
"They dropped her into a funny world…."
- Daniel: "You can't infuse horse mayonnaise into bologna to tear holes in reality on an empty stomach."