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Fei

A new type of witch.

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

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Registered citizen of the Terran National Government

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Feila Ragatran


Age: Unknown, possibly from her late teens to her early twenties.

Species: Ragatran witch, a highly magical human with certain perks.

Appearance:

Since Ragatran witches take great care and are very conscious of their appearance, Feila has preened and picked herself from the day she was able to. Her hair, straight as a fence and vibrant orange (which will change) it drops down her back, usually too long for her patience to handle. She never cuts it, however.
Also, the Ragatran witches are not vein only for their beauty...their pride can be centered on terrifying or disturbing who they choose, as well. Their concentration is making an obvious statement with their appearance.

Feila, of course, went in the footsteps of her great grandmother and chose the route of attraction, though she favored thought of looking deadly at the same time, which is why one of Feila's hands have claws on them. A dark copper color, made of the bits and pieces from Gaunt's old Gauntlet.

Her body is slim and slight, though her legs are shapely. She usually wears very stylish clothing, such as a ripped hoodie with a pointed end that has a pendant upon it. Her eyes are a vibrant blue.

Equipment/Weapons:
The claws that she fashioned from her Grandfathers Gauntlet, the coppery tips slightly curled to allow more damage.
The bangles and bracelets that hand from her arms and legs, allowing her to channel magic more easily.



Perks and Spells:

  • Mana Sphere: Using the pendants, bracelets, and anklets attached to her legs and hands, she can shoot out powerful blue and orange bursts of magic that explode on contact. Their size varies on power. She can fire many at once.
  • Gravity Point: Rather than using a boring old shield, Fei uses gravity points, which are small points of influence that hover around her. If some attack or object is thrown her way, the spell will influence its gravity.
  • The Necromancer’s Curse: It is debated which grandparent imbued her with this one, though Fei herself speculates it was an experiment between both. The curse does not allow Fei to die easily so long as she has enough magical power. Her body is supported by magic, not by her own physical strength. Even if her skin is melted from her bones, the magical energy should be able to keep her alive, and even running. This same spell enhances her strength, speed, and reflexes, as well.
  • Hemomancy: The ability to manipulate blood- more specifically her own.


These inherited from her Great Grandfather, Gaunt

  • Gosmort: Similar to Gaunt's "Dark Hound" summoning spell, Fei digs her hands into the dirt and drags out two doglike corpses. These, however, are a much different creature. They have unusually long legs, a tail tipped with a barb, and a head that splits into three sections, lined with teeth. They can walk on walls and are quick runners.
  • Rise: Summons undead soldiers, most of them skeletons. The demonic souls within them can be ripped out to roam freely and cause spiritual damage, as opposed to physical damage.
  • Schnookums: A fusion of demons and undead bodies, converged to make a very large, frightening minion that Fei calls "Schnookums."[/i]

Inherited from her Great Grandmother, Leilani Daya.

  • Defying Gravity: A spell that can cause Fei to jump from great heights, and perform many acrobatic tricks with ease.
  • Illusionary Double: Causes Fei to create an illusionary double
  • Glamour Allows Fei to disguise herself using illusions of the eye.

So begins...

Fei's Story

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Into the bar came a small child, which wasn't unusual within Gambits. Children went into bars all the time, here.
She was dressed in a loose dress, a baggy shirt under it. One was a bright red with gold lining, her black hair put up in an intricate bun.
She was fiddling with some device on her hand, something that went from her elbow to her palm, glowing softly with a bluegreen light. She flicked the device and her hand.
Nothing.
"What is it supposed to do..."

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The little girl hadn't taken any notice of the Vulture-man, the girl, or the boy-thing. No, instead, she was very, very drawn to the device in her hand. She turned it around and found a small button on the back that she hadn't seen before. "Well, that's interesting," she mumbled to herself, doing what any other child would, and using one finger to mush the button as hard as she could.

Before she could even respond, the device expanded and enveloped her arm, looking very much like a glove made of steel and bronze, leaving off the fingers and a strip of her wrist flesh out. Lining the back of the glove-thing was a meter and a small slidey-button. In the middle of her palm was a low, glowing blue light.
The girl shook her arm and gasped loudly, trying to get it off.

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Fei had stopped waggling the glove-thing, and was now studying it with an intense curiosity once more. She widened her eyes and turned her arm around to inspect it throughly. Slowly, she walked forward, not looking up, possibly bumping into a few people, and mumbling a possibly 'sorry' so low it wouldn't be very well heard.

She flexed her fingers, and found that the glove didn't make it feel stiff at all. Is this why the Empress's gave her this? It was awfully pretty, but she didn't see any use in it at all.
She flicked her hand.
Nothing. Again.
"Piece of pretty trash..."

She took the nob on the device and turned it all the way up. The lights on the device intensified, but otherwise did nothing.

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Finally, the little girl seemed too frustrated to even try anymore, and grunted loudly from the stress of it all. She shook her head vigorously, then threw her hands up in the air, sighing loudly. "Darn Empress', good for nothing pieces of trash!" She exclaimed loudly, and she cared not who heard.

At Lesley's remark, she whipped around furiously and glared with all her might. "I'm sorry, you just happened to be in my wa-"
At that moment, the little girl threw down her hands and stomped furiously. As her hands were thrown down, the glowing light in the middle of her palm and the device lit up and executed a strong force onto the ground.
This caused little Fei to go- quite literally -flying over Damien and Lesley's head, letting out a loud, surprised cry as she landed into the opposite wall.

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The child slid down the wall in quite a comical fashion before landing on the floor on her shoulders, her feet sticking up high in the air. She stuck the arm with the device out and groaned in pain.
Carefully, slowly, she managed to get up, her black hair, before having been neat, now laying in strands over her shoulder. She didn't even notice the flux of people that had come in. She no longer wanted this device on her arm!

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The child rubbed her backside painfully and frowned. That was not a pleasant experience!
Dropping her arm, the device went off again, but instead of lifting her off the ground, it pushed her to the side. "Gyah!" Fei yelled loudly, smashing into the chair.

Regardless of how many collisions she had, the child didn't seem to retain any bad injuries, did not shed a tear. Truly, a hardly little bugger.

The bar doors would slam open, revealing a very fancily-clad woman in a long dress embroidered with gold and diamonds, the dress touching the floor, with one long slit to reveal a very slender leg. Her hair was done up in a bun with many a gold ornament sticking out of it.
She rushed towards the little girl. "Oh, Fei, our savior! There you are, I've been looking left and right and up and down for you!" She said in a strange accent that made her vowels sound harsh. She gathered the girl up in her arms, even though she protested. "No, no!" Fei shouted, kicking her legs. The woman only tucked the kid under her arm and began to exit.

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The woman turned around briefly from the struggling child, her slanted, sharp eyes turning to Xian the Bard. She drew her lips thin and huffed. "And what do you plan to do!? This little girl is our savior! She is the next warrior of the Confederation! I would not kidnap her for my life!"

Fei struggled again, and this time, she threw her arm down- the one with the device on it- again. The thing let out that bright flash of light and sen both the woman and Fei flying in opposite directions.

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The woman had been blown to the side, not having known that one of the Empress' had given the little girl the glove. After she'd recovered, holding her hurt shoulder, the woman staggered forward, only to be assaulted by Xian. She collapsed to the floor, unconscious.

Of course, to a seven-year-old, who'd just recovered from the blast, herself, wouldn't understand the word 'unconscious'. To Xian's question, she blinked, rubbing her backside again. "I'm the new Warrior of the Confederation, I'm supposed to protect everyone when I get older! But I want to be alone sometimes! They wo- oh, auntie!" The girl exclaimed as she ran over to the unconscious woman. "You've killed her!"

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"Sh-she's okay? But..." The little girl peered closer, to see the evident rise and fall of the womans chest. Fei sighed in relief. She was afraid that the Confederation was going to punish her for running off and having yet another of her family killed off...again!
Though, of course, she felt care for the woman, too.
Of course.

"Because I don't wanna go back so soon! And...I'm tired...and they're so boring over there..." She complained, taking the womans hand and frowning.
"She's not a bad person..."

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"Ice-cream? My aunts knocked out, Mister, I gotta get her back before the Confederations' guards storm into here!" She explained, taking her aunt by the arms and attempting to hoist her up. As she struggled, she tried to explain to Xian a little more.
"The Confederation is just trying to put pieces of our broken world together...I'm supposed to be their last hope."

At the entrance of the two women with some type of saw-weapon, Fei yelled and narrowed her eyes, looking from her aunt to Xian. She panicked inwardly, and fought to stay calm. They...they didn't seem to be coming any closer to them...
So maybe she could get out of there, after all.

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Fei's aunt woke up with a jolt, her heart thumping, her eyes wide. She looked around, glared furiously at Xian, then swept Fei up in her arms with a huff.
The little girl managed to wave just a bit before she vanished outside of the door.

The woman complained the whole way to the portal, stepping through and giving Fei a long, long lecture, to which Fei groaned to.

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During this time, another child, one slightly older than Bethany, but younger than Parson, came in, fiddling with a strange device attached to her arm. It looked like a bracelet with a small cog turning on one end and a green button and light on the other. She looked up as the wind from Parson's run caught her black hair and blew it in front of her eyes. She let out an angry "Hey!" before brushing her bangs out of her eyes.
She huffed angrily, frowning. Hadn't they an idea who she was?

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Fei grunted softly to herself, deciding that the two other children were of no importance to her, and that sitting by the fireplace and trying to figure out what this gadget-thing did was everything in the world.
Of course...she would tire of this, eventually. She'd already seen the bracelet in action once when it enveloped her whole arm in a strange glove, then proceeded to shoot her across the bar.
It wasn't a good day.
And today...well, those two looked very interesting, after all! She never got to play with other children in the Imperial Courts!

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Of course, Fei wouldn't know how strange these two children really were. They were innocent in her eyes, which were innocent in themselves. Though Fei was only slightly spoiled, herself (when, in fact, she'd been pampered her whole life, so this was an under exaggeration) she always thought other people were good.
Always.

She peered over the chair's elbow-rest at the two. Oh.
Were they coming all the way over here?
This got Fei excited. She widened her eyes to the size of dinner plates and smiled inwardly.

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Fei kicked her feet a bit on the couch that was too big for her and smiled. It was so unknowing, so pure...so...well, it was very happy.
"Hi," she said to them, sliding off the couch and standing shyly in one spot. "I'm Fei."
She took a step toward them, and then another. "I'd like to play a lot!"

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Fei opened and closed her mouth several times. The Empress' only ever had her do puzzle games, then they would test her.
Socially speaking, this was waaaay out of her league. "I...what were you playing earlier?" She asked, clasping her hands together in front of her. The bracelet on her wrist let out a small beeping sound, then silenced. "I don't know many games..."

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"Alright! Hide and seek, right?" Said Fei, following Bethany's pointing finger and looking towards the door. Though...Parson was the bigger kid, so she'd probably have to listen to him, too. Even though she was the next warrior, she was always being told what to do.
Which was unfair, really.

When Parson proposed that they play inside, Fei was somewhat relieved. The Empress' were probably looking for her.
She didn't want to go back yet! This was going to be terribly fun, she thought! "I'll follow you, then, Bethany." She said to the littler girl.

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As if the bar wasn't already filled with enough kids.

Fei came into the bar, looking a few years older than the last time she'd come. Her time, it had been one, maybe two years where she'd come from since she'd last come here, when, Multiverse time, it had only been days.
Well, time flies, they say.

The brown-haired kid was having trouble getting something off of her arm. Actually, it was on both her arms now: some kind of metal glove with lots of glowing lights and buttons. And it was very, very tight. No matter how much she pulled and smashed and bit at it, it would heed no response. It wouldn't move a bit. She didn't want to go back and have the grownups take it off- she'd just escaped from there! Wonderful, wonderful escape mixed with freedom!

And, as Fei spotted the other children, much more than that.
The little girl froze, blinking.

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Fei watched, with some fascination, as Parson leaped toward a Raiivyn. Her attention was taken away from the gloves in full as her eyes followed the fuzzy demon disappear and...come back.
Onto the booth.
Well, hey. That was kinda interesting!

Her attention shifted to Iven for a few moments, then to Bethany as she shrieked. The kid clapped her gloved hands to her ears, squinting.

It was then she decided that she didn't want to stay anymore at all. It was noisy and wild and she needed to get the gloves off right now.
The little girl turned heel, then promptly walked out.

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As Gambit's doors open, the bar would suddenly explode and flood with magical energy. It exuded onto the floor and reached out to patrons, swimming and grasping at their forms. Gambits would get a surprise today, and also a first. A witch had decided to visit, though she wasn't terribly like mot witches.

Her white hood hung low on her head, vibrant orange hair spilling over from its dark depths. One could tell she was trying to be noticed, what with the short dresslike hoodie and the bright blue thigh-high boots, intricate patterns etched on the sides. She walked with the most definite strut one could imagine, as if she thought herself royalty.
In ways, she should have been. Or at least, she thought so.

She paused in the middle of the bar, taking her time to look about. Even her eyes called for attention; those bright orange orbs! She rubbed her fingers against one another on her right hand, which held sharp, coppery claws that curled inward. They were meant to do damage, one could tell. "Well, isn't this something different?" She mused, leaning on one foot.

Her eyes coursed over, first, to Alice, who looked like some kind of strange beast had drained the pigment from her skin. She wouldn't have been surprised if that was the case.
Another was Peter, who looked absolutely normal enough. Well, for looking pretty old for this age. Again, not surprising.
Then, to Dorsan, who was some kind of demonic being who liked to run his eyes up the transparent lady.

"What a crowd."

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The Witch would briefly turn to watch the little demon scurry past her and onto a table, though she only tapped her fingers on her chin and walked further in. However, she had caught Dorsan's blush, and had cruelly laughed at his emotional expense. However, the laugh was brief, as was the amusement.

She walked to the bar counter, sitting not terribly far from Peter. Oh, she'd seen him look her up liked a prised trophy! But could he do much more to her?
Pfft! As if she'd allow it! The man was too old for her liking.

She looked to Alice and gave her a wry grin, twirling a lock of hair with one clawed finger as she looked about the mechanic menu's. "Some place. Really high-tech, hmm?" She said, though it was as if she were disinterested.

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The Witch took her sweet time choosing what she wanted, all the strange, dazzling concoctions spinning past her eyes. She considered something alcoholic. No, too early. Plus, from what she was seeing of Peter, that behavior was just disgusting. Drowning himself in the liquid.
Eugh! She almost cringed, but held back, turning her bright eyes back to the screen instead. You'd think, from handling corpses the other day, that she wouldn't have minded so much.

Clicking the claws together, Fei didn't seem to notice Alice's long stare at them. She looked up just as the transparent albino went to fill Bug's order. Missed it!
"Why is it I must be so indecisive?" She complained.

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Finally, Feila fell onto an answer. It was a very famous Indian drink, perfect for the time of day. She doubted very many knew about it, but she'd heard this place had everything. Literally everything. Every drink she could think of.
Surely, they had it, right?

She turned to face Alice and flicked her clawed hand in the air, trying to catch her attention. "Thandaai?" She asked, hopeful. "You serve everything here, right? You must have Thandaai."
If they didn't, a sweep of disappointment would dress her face.

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Watching Alice's flight, Fei was almost aghast to see the woman get back up again. And as if nothing had happened, too. Quite strange, one would think she was more delicate being as glassy as herself. But then again, looks were deceiving.

"It's Indian. I guess you've never made it to earth, then," said Fei, as if that world were the size of a pen tip. She thought that if you've been there, you must have done everything.
Shrugging, she turned to the touch-screen, typing in the order. She wondered, briefly, why she didn't just magic one.
Ah, right. She hadn't learned how yet! Damn mentor.

"T-h-a..." She mumbled, the spelling in the back of her head. It had been a while.

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The Maw was scattered with wilder energies than usual today. Fei could just feel them fluxing around her, even as her own magic mingled and washed over the space. Her orange hair fluttered when she walked, sticking one long leg out in front of the other in a rather catlike manner. She raised her arms so they spread out to her sides, spreading her fingers apart. Her left arm was heavy with pieces of Gaunt's gauntlet, which she'd used to make pointed coppery claws on her fingers. They were sharp at the tips, slightly curved to allow the most damage possible.

"I wonder what kind of magic storm we'll be having today!" She sang, skipping along the desolated land, cantering around a small crater in the ground. She could feel the force that threatened to come close to her, hidden just below the horizon.

"So boring that there's no one else around, though!