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Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton

Harsh, often cold daughter of a Siren and a Demon

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a character in “The Multiverse”, as played by Duskhorse

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Full Name:
Elizabeth Maubel Sincerton
Nickname:
Lottie
Age:
23
Height:
5' 9''
Weight:
11st 7lbs
Eye colour:
Very Dark Blue with a paler ring around the edge of the iris
Hair:
Thick, long and luxurious, golden blonde with black underside.

Good Traits:
Intelligent,
Fun,
Talented

Bad Traits:
Harsh,
Cold,
Blunt

Questionable Traits:
Witty,
Sassy,
Sarcastic

Mannerisms:
Very often runs hands through hair when bored, eyes give staring eye contact when addressing someone.

Talents:
Singing,
Playing piano/keyboard/guitar,
Riding

Likes:
Animals (horses, dogs, dragons)
Cheesecake
Rock, Pop and R&B Music


Dislikes:
Bugs
Cabbage/sprouts,
Classical/opera Music

Pets:
A brown show cob mare namedAlice
A stafforshire bull terrier girl boy pup named Tiger

Style:
A mix between Tim Burton, goth and punk, and glam.

Other:
Born of a Siren mother and Demon father, Lottie's temper is short. Her parent's genes weren't compatible, and so they cancelled each other out, inactivating the supernatural genes, leaving a mildly aggressive human. Disgusted with her parents, Lottie quickly left and now lives in a small apartment in Wing City, working as an entertainer at Gambit's Bar. When extremely angry, it is hard for Lottie to calm down without injuring herself or others. Because of this, she is a self harmer, her thighs, lower arms and fingers covered in burn and cut scars.

'She sits in her corner
Singing herself to sleep
Wrapped in all of the promises
That no one seems to keep
She no longer cries to herself,
No tears left to wash away
Just diaries of empty pages,
Feelings gone astray
But she will sing

[CHORUS: Ben Moody / Anastacia]
'Till everything burns
While everyone screams
Burning their lies
Burning my dreams
All of this hate
And all of this pain
I'll burn it all down
As my anger reigns
'Till everything burns


Walking through life unnoticed
Knowing that no one cares
Too consumed in their masquerade
No one sees her there
And still she sings


'Till everything burns
While everyone screams
Burning their lies
Burning my dreams
All of this hate
And all of this pain
Burn it all down
As my anger reigns


'Till everything burns
Everything burns
(Everything burns)
Everything burns
Watching it all fade away
(All fade away)
Everyone screams
Everyone screams..
(Watching it all fade away)
Oooh, ooh..
(While everyone screams)
Burning their lies
Burning my dreams
(All of this hate)
And all of this pain
I'll burn it all down
As my anger reigns
Til everything burns
(Everything burns)
Watching it all fade away
(Oooh, ooh)
(Everything burns)
Watching it all fade away...'
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So begins...

Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton's Story

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Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton patted the large head of Alice tenderly as she looped the leather strap around the post. "You'll be alright Alice," she murmured, leaving the female behind as she entered the bar. Almost as soon as she had sat at the bar, Lottie pulled out a cigarette and lit it, perching it between her lips as a cloud of smoke curled toward the roof and she ordered a vodka and orange.

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Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton shot the robot waiter a wavering smile as she slid the money into the hole. "Guess I still haven't kicked my habits," she grumbled to Carter. "Look. I've got to perform, so if you want to chat, save it for after" she sighed, moving to her feet. Wearing a black ball gown with a short front but floor length back, white tights with card suit symbols on them, and black combat boots, Lottie made her way to the piano at the back of the bar. It was dingy, and she wasn't sure if anyone even listened, but it gave her money so...

Lottie's fingers touched the piano, drawing a beautiful sound from the instrument. Then her voice began to ring out over the music; "Your so, hypnotising. Could you be the devil, could you be an angel?..."

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Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton had played more of the song, entering a high pitched but beautiful part of the song, "This is transcendental, on another level, boy your my lucky star...". Another short while passed, and Lottie finished her song. A bar tender came up and handed her the bill just as she stood up. "What? Who from?" she asked, but of course the robot just left. With no clue, Lottie took her original seat at the bar, studying the unusual bill with interest.

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Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton arched an eyebrow and studied it again before watching the young male's face. "You...did you give this to me?" she asked, slightly concerned for the youth. She didn't say anything as he spoke.

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Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton felt her eyes widen as Carter explained that he was on his own, and that he had vaults of this money. "I...Thanks for the compliment..I can't take anymore of your money. Thanks for this one though...can I even use it anywhere though?" she asked, knowing that it sounded kind of blunt but that was just her.

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Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton released a loud cough as she inhaled deeply from her cigarette. Lottie dropped it to the floor and slapped her chest with her hand. "Eugh...I really have to kick this..." she told herself, beginning to walk towards the train station. As she neared the station, she spotted 3 people; two men and a rather young looking woman. Lottie, before she got too close and was seen, hovered just behind the corner of a building, listening intently.

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Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton let out a shriek and swore loudly as the agent's head appeared around the corner. Damn...she had to get better at hiding. Saying nothing, the female watched the agent, her hands hovering by her sides. A small bark eminated from behind her, leaving an akward expression on Lottie's face.

Turning away from the agent, Lottie scooped her puppy into her arms, trying to stop it squirming and wriggling. It wasn't working however, as the dog fell in a heap from her arms and sat at the feet of the agent in front of her, his dinky tail wagging.

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Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton "Parent? Your kidding me right? I don't see anyone around here...ever. 'S why I was so interested in what's happening here." She looked down at her puppy, pulling out a chain leash from her jacket pocket and hooking it to the dog's collar. "That's Tiger, and I'm Eliza....Lottie...i'm Lottie," she told the agent, still trying to get a look at the strange child and other man. "I live near here...it's not the way I usually walk home but trouble here decided it would be fun to take me on a detour."

As more talking started up back near the station, Lottie craned her neck. "Why's it off limits? That kid kill someone?" she pryed, her face showing a glimmer of excitement. Nothing much ever happened when she was around, she always missed the action.

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Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton arched a slim, neat eyebrow. "A bomb? That's pretty awesome...this part of town is so sleepy I didn't expect that. Hows the diffusion going?" she asked. The 'hot-lottie' remark left a grin on the woman's face, one that almost made her seem flattered. At the mention of Tiger, Lottie bent down and picked the dog up, nearly catching her dress as she did. "Look, tiger stripes on his belly," she giggled, holding the puppy up so Dave can see. "So," she continued, setting the dog down, "Who's your friend..he looks a bit bored."

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Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton smiled, "Riot dogs? Never heard of them," she revealed, and then shook her head, "Is that all men talk about?" she asked, lauging softly. Lottie watched Dave, his odd gesture catching her eye. "Ah right. Well...I must trust you guys. I'm not really scared easily to be honest, you guys'll fix it so it's fine, right?" Lottie remarked, idly fiddling with the hem of her dress with her free hand. It was a black, ruffled dress, shorter at the front and floorlength at the back. She wore combat boots and white tights with the card suits patterened over them. She wore a white Alice band in her hair, which was golden with a black underside.

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Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton "Discretion being another word for keepin secrets?" she teased. She knew what discretion was, but being blunt she thought it was a silly notion. Looking around, Lottie watched the other man disappear. "Where's he goin?" she asked.

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Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton tried to look at the wrist computer before it flickered out of view. "What is that? That's pretty cool," she asked, before realising what he had said. "...whaddya call me?" she asked, a questioning and slightly tense expression on her face. She wasn't sure if she was being irrational since she didn't mind the other man saying something similar. "Oh wait...it was a compliment right?" Lottie sked.

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Elizabeth 'Lottie' Sincerton smirked as she listened to the second agent waffle on, "You're saying he talks nonsense...you sure it's not you?" Lottie asked, lightly prodding the man in the chest. "So, you going to let me see this bomb then?" she asked, trying to look around Fox to get a better view.

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With aching thighs and tangled hair, Lottie twisted and dropped down from the jet black saddle of her steed. She secured the animal to a post before pulling up her right sock and gingerly pushing open the bar door.

It was busier than most nights, taking Lottie by surprise. Regardless, the female made her way in and took a seat near the counter. Instead of ordering a drink straight away, the woman took her time, first letting her eyes trail around the bar for some....eye candy perhaps?

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Finally deciding on a drink, Lottie touched her finger to the icon of a Jagerbomb on the screen in front of her. This technology; man was it good. Taking a moment to tighten the laces on one of her boots, the lady noticed a man muttering something about rings. Unsure if he was talking to her, Lottie simply said "Hmmm?" as she sat back upright.

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Lottie arched a slim eyebrow as the unknown male moved towards her. "What exactly are you after?" she asked, as usual being blunt and to the point. Lottie leaned on her elbow on the counter, her face still questioning. Typical. You step into a bar and a too curious male moves straight for you.

Not that she didn't appreciate attention mind you, it's just sometimes Lottie's gut screamed at her to listen. Who knows, she could be wrong.

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Lottie smiled, flicked her hair over shoulder and span her stool so she was sitting facing the counter. "Nope, never heard of 'em," she replied, grinning broader as her drink finally arrived. The Jagerbomb was in two parts; the shot, and the main drink. Dropping the shot glass into the drink, Lottie picked up the glass and flicked her head back, knocking the alcohol straight to the back of her throat. A few of those ought to get you drunk pretty quickly. "I'm pretty sure if that's all your after, this was a useless effort for you.." Lottie pointed out to the man.

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Dawn was a perfect time of day; quiet, peaceful, serene. Wing City Lake was still and calm, and the air was still crisp and cold. Lottie loved this time of day. The beach at the side of the lake was a particularly good spot to watch the sun make it's first appearance of the day, and to marvel at the thin line of clouds as their hue shifted from dark blue to the redish, purple pink and then finally the pale blue of the daytime's sky.

Lottie stood at the edge of the water, gently holding her dress safely away from the soft, low ripples that licked at the beach. Her toes wriggled in the sand and pebbles underwater, and a very light breeze fluttered her hair.

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Lottie breathed in a deep sigh, the cold air almost stinging her lungs. If it wasn't for the strong stench of alcohol, she probably wouldn't have noticed the new arrival. A man in robes was stood not far from her, also at the water's edge. Well...at least she got half an hour of alone time. Lottie sighed and stepped backwards out of the water dropping her dress back down. It hung mid way down her calves, with the front shorter than the back. It was black satin, ruffled with a lace trim, and incorporated a red wine coloured corset. The sleeves for the shoulders were a black lace with a design that almost resembled spider's webs. Dragging her toes through the sand, Lottie turned away and began to slowly walk back up the beach. "I guess i'll leave you to it then?" she called over shoulder.

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Lottie stopped in her tracks, surprised that the man had even answered her. She was never treated with much respect, who knows why. "Oh no..not yet. I was planning to though," she explained, making her way back to the water's edge. "It's not too cold though," Lottie continued, once again gathering her dress and stepping into the water, almost up to knee height. "Would you mind...if I went for a swim I mean?"

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Lottie blushed, the thought of swimming with a stranger was kind of...exciting? She stepped out of the water, and bundled her thick, two-tone hair together in one hand, pulling it over her shoulder, "Mind undoing the corset?" she asked, a sly smile on her features. Yeah, she had game too.

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Lottie smirked, stepping away before the bottom string was untied. "Thanks. It's Elizabeth...but call me Lottie. What about you?" she asked, sauntering away a few feet and standing at the very edge of the water. "Do you mind...turning away?" Lottie asked. Well she wasn't going to drop the dress and jump in to the sea with him looking, was she?

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"Almost. And you didn't tell me your name," Lottie teased, finally letting go of the dress. All that was underneath was her tiny underwear set. The pale pink silk darkened instantly as she rushed forwards and performed an extravagant dive, disappearing into the water. When she resurfaced, she showed no more than her head and bare shoulders, kicking her legs and keeping herself afloat.

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"Yes, it's different this time of morning. Something about the way everything is so still is calming. Helps my temper," she admitted, inwardly cursing herself. She was too open sometimes. Flipping onto her back and gently floating around, Lottie smiled up at the pinky, red sky. It was almost end of dawn, the sun was peeking it's way up. The peaceful period of time that was so dear to Lottie's heart was soon over, and that saddened her. "Again, dawn fades as time moves on. I sometimes pray that we will have an extra long dawn...or an everlasting one."

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"Is it hard? Dealing with audiences?" Lottie asked, turning around so she was treading water, facing the man. Her hair spread around her, floating on top of the water. It was strange for Lottie to be so genuinely curious. It was probably the time of day that this robed strange had caught her. He was lucky really. Any other time of day, she wouldn't have even spoken to him. Lottie looked up as a seagull cried out, wondering why it was on it's own. The wistful young lady brought her gaze back to her company, a soft smile on her glossed lips.