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Alice Lockehart

"I already know how this story is going to end."

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a character in “MATCHED”, as played by Toffeeebot

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Personal Details.
Name:
Alice Dawn Lockehart
Code/Nick name
Number Seven.
Age:
Nineteen.
Gender:
Female.
Powers:
Precognition {Seeing the future}; Atmoskinesis {Manipulate all the elements}
Appearance.
Hair:
Dark Brown.
Eyes:
Golden.
Skin:
Porcelain.
Height:
5"8'
Weight:
120 lbs
Personality.
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Fears:
The Dark; Being alone; Her power of Precognition.
Pet hates:
Being forced into doing something she doesn't want.
Habits:
A habit of dazing off at the sky.
Likes:
The rain; Winter; Cloudy days.
Dislikes:
Hot weather; Annoying people; being told what to do.
Traits:
A rebel at heart, very cunning, will do as she please, and will be right 98% of the time.
Talents:
Seeing the future has taught her how to hide her emotions well.
General Behavior
Though Alice has a bad girl attitude, she's quite the bubbly person. Her personality is very contagious and she is happy and peppy almost all the time. With that said, do not be fooled. She has an attitude that will petrify you if you dared trigger it. Being able to see the future isn't a happy job, you end up foreseeing things that cannot be prevented. This is what makes it a curse to her. Most would feel happy being able to see the future; but not when you mostly see tragedy and bad endings. It isn't easy to take and Alice covers up the pain with her smile. It's the only way she can cope with the sadness and to keep it from eating her alive.

"I feel powerless over my powers."

So begins...

Alice Lockehart's Story

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Sitting up abruptly with a gasped, Alice pushed her eyes open as her hands grasped the sheets beneath her. A shock wave effect swept through her golden iris as reality fell before her. The noise from the running television became distorted, then silent.

Moments later, she gasps for air with a cringed look on her face as reality set back in.
"It's so soon..." she whispered.

Number Two and her are staying at a Motel on the city of New York. They were always on the move and rarely stayed in the same country for more than a few days. Being runaways had it's advantages, but hiding was not an option. The key was to be in constant motion. Moving around can cause confusion and uncertainty. Only a fool would think it's safe to hide. It was a matter of time before the government found Number Two, but Alice wasn't going to leave him behind for her own safety. Though she has a rebellious and tough attitude, she's not selfish. Her downfall with come before she let's something like that happens.

Time was their enemy and it was ticking away regardless of how much we want it to stop. Alice took her bag, stuffed everything she had in it, put on her leather jacket, swung the bag over her shoulder, and went out her room to wake up Number Two.

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Coming out into the hallway of the hotel, Alice stood in front of Saren's door. She hesitated to knock, not sure if waking him up would be a good idea or not. But time was ticking and they would be near very soon. Taking a deep breath and exhaling, she balled her hand into a fist and tapped the door with her knuckled. Knock, Knock. It was a little chilly out in the hallway. Seems like the heat didn't circulate outside the rooms at all.
An old couple walks by, Alice gave them a friendly smile, but they kept with their business and paid no attention to her. This made her smile instantly disappear. It was as if she was something they didn't want to interact with. She felt enough of an outsider and unwanted, but this just brought her down even more. Her golden eyes showed her sadness that she felt, but lifting her chin up, she held it upright and stood tall. "It's okay Alice, it's okay..." she thought to herself, hoping to liven her mood up a bit.
With no response, Alice began to knock on the door once more. Tapping her foot as she grew impatient and worried. It wouldn't have taken Saren this long to answer, especially when he knew it was Alice.

"Saren, open up. It's Alice." she shouted at the door as she knocks on it once more, wishing for a response of any type. But nothing. Could he have possibly left?

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Staring back at the various rows behind the plexiglass shield, each row having a different assortment of snacks, with the vending machine's prices averaging around a dollar per item. His eyes scanned each row for something that could substitute as breakfast, until they rested onto the row of glazed hunny-buns.

Seventy cents.

Reaching into his pockets, his fingers shuffling around for that five dollar bill that he knew he had slipped into his pocket before he left. Buying three of them, it was time to go fetch Alice and continue onward, their destination unknown, so far.

Sure, the temperature was a bit on the nippy side, but it didn't bother him much. Climbing up the stairs, the trip down had probably taken a couple minutes, five at the most. As he reached the last few steps, the morning view of the parking lot met Saren's eyes, nearly devoid of any vehicles. Being on the "outskirts" of the city sure had its perks, like fewer crowds to deal with and less cars moving about, but it also came with one major disadvantage: open space.

"Saren, open up. It's Alice."

He could have heard that voice from anywhere, and he would instantly know exactly who it belonged to. Turning the corner from the stairs, roughly twenty feet down the hallway, was Alice, impatiently tapping her foot. She looked kind of cute when she acted that way. Chuckling to himself, he took a single step, and had blinked himself next to her in what had seemed to be instantaneous. Leaning on the hallway, he declared his sudden appearance to her, before holding out one of the hunny-buns.

"No need to yell like that when I'm right here, ya' know. Got some breakfast."

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Alice squealed to the familiar voice near her and jumped to his sudden appearance. It startled her and she didn't like it one bit. But her response was a quick leap towards him and her arms came around her shoulders as he hands touched behind him.

"I thought they got to you. I thought I was too late...." her voice trailed off as she held back the tears. Before releasing, she pulled herself together and looked at him as if nothing was wrong. An apathetic feel, almost as if the girl that held him with compassion was different. Alice wasn't about to show weakness now, not when the battle has only begun. Standing around wasn't doing them any good. It makes her wonder how the other are doing, whether or not they're okay. So far, no vision has yielded any danger for the others, but she can't say the same about her and Saren.

Alice ignored his offer for breakfast. Her mind was too locked into leaving that she doesn't realize her hunger. This was often the case with her. Priorities are set straight and safety comes before her selfish needs.
"We must leave. Now." her voice was harsh and very pushy. She wasn't going to take no for an answer. It often isn't a democracy around her. Departure was to be done right now. Alice tightened her hold on the back across her shoulder as she left the front entrance of the motel. Staying there any moment longer would end with both of them in custody. To her, having one of them captured was the same having all of them capture; for once one was taken, the rest will surely follow to save them.

Being in the city of New York had it's advantages. For one, there were far too many motels in the city alone, and then the numerous amount of people makes it difficult to keep track. Their best bet was to travel to the subway. But suddenly Alice paused, her eyes widen and reality became a blur. Her golden eyes created a ripple effect as she begin to see her vision.

The edges of the vision was a black blurry vignette. Flashes of visions came before her. It showed numerous images of men in uniforms barricading through the city of New York. Men in suits held pictures of Number Two.

Alice blinked and reality sets in, she lost balance for a moment as she slowly fell sitting on the floor.
"Saren, you're not safe. This is not good." she said looking at him with her warm Golden eyes. It was at these times that Alice felt so powerless. What good is it to see these visions when there is little you can do about it.

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Saren was startled by the squeal of Alice's voice and her quick leap towards him, coupled with the act of her arms wrapping around him. This wasn't how Alice normally acted, as she was usually seen with a "tough girl" attitude when in public. It was almost as if Alice was hiding something, but then again, everybody had their own secrets...

"I thought they got to you. I thought I was too late..."

The words held a different aura to them, as if they had been said through fear. As suddenly as Alice had wrapped herself around him, she had broken the embrace between them, acting as if it never happened. Ignoring his offer, she turned and started in the direction of the front desk.

"...We must leave. Now."

Like a dictator of sorts, her words were harsh and pushy. Saren knew that she refused to take no for an answer, and that the duo were departing very soon. Watching her going off towards the exit, he followed suit, slightly confused about what had just transpired, and called out to deaf ears.

"I hope you have a place in mind..."

They didn't say much as they walked passed the front desk, as both of them knew that their time was being cut short. Saren didn't know where they were heading, but he didn't really mattered. Anywhere is better than here. But Alice suddenly paused when they passed through the doors, and Saren assumed that it was one of her episodes, that one of her visions came to her, but he didn't know what. He's not a psychic.

She had taken a seat on the ground, and her golden eyes had met his, Saren heard her words. "Saren, you're not safe. This is not good." He felt bad about he had to do.

"No joke..."

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As he muttered the words, the sight of roughly ten black vehicles - nine cars and one van- came rolling into the parking lot. Blocking off the area, police and three men in black suits departed the vehicles, unaware of the fact that Alice was there as well. Kneeling down to her, Saren gave her one last hug, slipping both of the two handguns along with the ammunition into her bag, and with a soft tone of regret in his voice, whispered into her ear.

"Don't worry. Just go back inside, and I'm sorry for not telling you this sooner. I hope you'll understand and forgive me..."

His words trailed off, as he lifted himself up and backed away towards the men in suits. He looked up at one, his voice turning to a demanding tone. "Alright, I'm here. You know the deal. You take me and you leave the others alone. That girl right there, she's normal."

One of the black suits turned to him, replying to Saren, "Well, Number Two, this is a pleasant surprise of having you coming to us. And yes, we shall honor the little deal we had arranged."

Saren nodded, and headed off to the direction of the van. He was getting odd looks from the police, not being handcuffed, something that wasn't well known on their job. Reaching the van, he climbed into the back of it, the reinforced steel doors closing behind him...

Saren had this all planned out, his capture, and he was simply waiting for the next part of his plan to be set into action...

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"Don't worry. Just go back inside, and I'm sorry for not telling you this sooner. I hope you'll understand and forgive me..."
His voice echoed through her like an empty tunnel. Her eyes watched as he just gave himself up. She shook her head in disappointment and anger. Ripping out the handguns he left in her bag, she stood from her position and fired at one tired of every vehicle. Shoved the guns behind her pants, she bolted to the men in suit. Kicking at the side of the wall, she raised herself up and swung her leg across the face of one of them, smashing his face to the ground. In reaction, the men pulled out their guns and awaited for Alice's next move.

"GET DOWN ON THE GROUND! NOW!!!" one of the men assertively yelled at her. A playful smirk tugged on her thin lips. Nobody ever tells her what to do. In an instant, she to where the man shouting at her was, elbowed his arm which cause him to release his weapon, then she threw a fiery fist across his face. Slinging him down the pavement with a burnt mark on his right cheek. Then the suited men began to shoot at her. At first, she managed to dodge the bullets with the ability of an enhancement, but one slipped past her view and caught her right on the shoulder. She staggered and fell to the ground from the aftershock of the impact. Her plan now was to get Saren out of the van. A swift movement, she traveled before the van and ripped the doors open.

"You asshole...." she said to Saren while her hand applies pressure to her bullet wound. "You of all people should know me." she hopped off the van, pulled out the guns behind her and began to shoot at the men on hindsight.

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The plan was simple: he was to turn himself in, then when they were in the process of transporting him, he would simply blink into the passenger's seat of the van, take out the driver, and drive back to Alice with a means of transportation as well as a way to get out of the state that much quicker. And if that had failed, the backup was to create as much havok as possible wihin the city so any trackers after them would go to his location before escaping.

But something was terribly wrong...

Gunshots.

Saren could hear the sounds of fighting outside, followed by what had sounded like orders, though he wasn't quite sure what was said exactly. The first thought in mind was Alice going Miss Rambo on them to bail him out. He could hear the yells of pain from outside, and then seconds later, the sounds of metal ripping apart had met his ears.

Alice had torn the doors open, hand pressed against her shoulder. Saren had picked up the rage that was built up inside her, from him keeping this a secret from her, that she was injured as well...

"You asshole... You of all people should know me."

She hopped from the back of the van as she barked at him, and pulled out the two 9mm handguns he had given to her earlier. From where he was, it seemed as if she was aiming directly at a police officer. He had a small window to save his life, and that window was closing fast.

Blam.

Blam.

Saren felt the burning sensation as two rounds dug into his back, as if he was being jabbed by a red-hot poker. At the last possible second, right before Alice had pulled the trigger, he had blinked between the officer and Alice, making himself into a makeshift barrier to keep Alice from killing the officer.

"You should feel lucky..." Saren whispered into the officer's ear, who might have went into shock by watching Saren teleport in front of him out of nowhere, then followed up with slamming his fist into the side of the officer's face, effectively knocking him out. The others were either injured by gunfire, or were inadvertantly killed, there was no time for Saren to check.

Turning around to Alice, his lightning blue eyes briefly gazing into hers, he barked under a muffled chuckle...

"You know, going Miss Rambo was probably not the best form of action..." His eyes wandered the small battlefield, darting to and from each unconscious officer laying about. "I'm going to say that we have roughly 5 minutes until more show up..."