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Kassia Grace McKenzie-Frost
Player (nickname, handle)/ LJ: Nix
AIM (if you have one): BlackInkedWords
Character Name: Kassia Grace Emma Frost McKenzie
Character LJ (if applicable): little_mermaid
Physical description (face, build, weight): Grace (Kassia) is petite (5'3") and slim-framed. She has the body of a swimmer in that she is graceful and well-toned. Her eyes are a blue-green color not unlike the ocean and her hairis a medium brown in color, long with some natural wave and curl to it. She's very pretty with an animated smile. Additionally she has small wings her ankles.
Birthday: April 13
PB: (If using one.) Michelle Trachtenberg
Abilities: ability to breathe underwater, flight, telepathic interference/relay (essentially she can serve as a living communicator for the thoughts of those around her as well as use the same ability to keep outsiders OUT) enhanced strength and durability. She has also recently demonstrated the ability to heal damage caused by other telepaths, namely her mother.
Weaknesses and flaws: She is prone to migraines and while she does have enhanced durability, she can be injured and is not unbreakable. She is also an environmentalist with a strong passion for protecting the ocean.
Character location/Home: TBD--permanent address is Boston.
Alignment (villain, hero etc): Independent for now, heroically inclined.
Relatives (living/dead?): Namor McKenzie (father), Emma Frost (mother), Christina Frost (half sister), Marrina McKenzie (half sister)
Backstory: Grace was conceived during the brief, no strings attached relationship Emma Frost had with Namor McKenzie. Namor named his daughter Kassia and for four years was a dominant figure in her life. Despite not being able to claim her due to how soon she was born after the death of his wife, Kassia grew up at a beach house where her father had daily visits and was even taken to Atlantis in secret one time. Kassia was very fond of her father, subjecting him to tea parties and cookies whilst begging for a pet kraken. Her happy childhood was short-lived, however, when her mother began a relationship with Sebastian Shaw. Namor gave Emma an ultimatum, demanding that his child not be around Shaw and Emma retaliated by taking Kassia away and wiping Namor's memory of the little girl. Emma took Kassia to England (and later Boston) where she renamed her Grace and for a time raised her with Sebastian Shaw. Grace hated Shaw, missed the ocean, and never forgot her father or Atlantis. She quietly bided her time, waiting for a day when she could some day go home.
How do you plan to introduce the character to the game?: Once she is reunited with Namor, Grace will be placed in the care/company of her sovereign and half-sister Marrina.
What are you planning to do with this character? Bring some sunshine to the game! More seriously, so many Marvel kids have great sadness as part of who they are. I think it would be interesting to introduce a character who is, by and large, well-adjusted, happy, and truly interested in bridging the gap between humans and mutants.
What do you want to see happen with this character?: I don't know, actually. I kind of want to see her out of the box to see where the day takes her.
||[06 May 2011|09:13pm]
List one of your characters, and one of mine, and pick either:
2)Their first date.
4)Their first time.
5)AU/Possible children(please pick either or as I won't do both)
And I'll list five facts about any of them.
|Into the Abyss
||[21 Aug 2010|11:00pm]
As Julian had said everything aligned within the week. Sebastian Shaw was in New York and everything appeared to be in motion. It hadn't been difficult to get an audience with Shaw; she'd simply called him and said she'd like to see him, perhaps have dinner? She'd offered to pick him up under the guise of wanting to show off a new car but made certain to arrive early enough that she'd have to go up to his room to meet him.
Standing outside his door, she took a deep breath before knocking. It was now or never.
||[28 Mar 2010|06:34pm]
The bullet sent pain screaming and splintering through her body. For a moment all she could register was the pain, white and loud and drowning out the voices around her, of the others on the rescue team and of the Japanese dolphin-killers. Grace closed her eyes. So much pain, but the water was warm and she felt its embrace. She was bleeding and badly hurt but even for the salt in the water burning at her wound there was a comfort in the ocean's warmth. The current seemed to curl around her and she opened her eyes, looking towards her friends. Her vision was already fading and in a moment of peace so pure she could not even begin to put it into words she knew she would die if she stayed there.
It had been thirteen years since she'd seen her father, since her mother had ripped her from him but she remembered. She remembered him and she remembered, dimly, Atlantis. He had shown her once. It was his home and by delicate extension, she considered her home, too, despite Emma's best efforts to obliterate any trace of it from Grace's life.
She knew she had to get to Atlantis.
"Tell my Mom I'm really sorry..."
Her voice was faint as she slipped beneath the surface, the red of blood--hers and the dolphins'--staining the azure waters and she began to swim down towards the bottom. Each movement hurt more than the one before it and more blood fled her body for the sea. She was weak, but she had hope. How long she swam and sank she did not know. Her vision began to dim, but she pushed on until finally she saw it, glittering in the deep and she knew she'd found it. Atlantis.
She collapsed just at the entrance to the fabled place and she knew that even if she died now, she was finally home.