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Julia Hagan

Daughter of Owner and CEO of Tech Con, Miles Hagan. Ruthless, Rich, and Righteous.

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a character in “The Multiverse”, originally authored by Prose, as played by youplaythisgamewell

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Mercenary group employed by Tech Con in charge of security Tech Con assets on all worlds.
The Aschen Empire, a massive collection of semi-sovereign provinces that reigns over a great portion of the Milky Way Galaxy, paranoid, arrogant, and cruel, a once prosperous nation spirals into poverty, and self-destruction.

Description

General Information


Full Name: Julia Hagan

Age: 23

Gender: Female.

Bloodtype: O-

Species: Human

Race: Aschen

Occupation:

Social Class: Upper Class

Orientation: Homosexual.

Physical Information


Apparent Age: 25.

Overall Attractiveness: Exceedingly Above Average.

Eye Color: Brown.

Hair Color: Brown.

Hairstyle: Bun with Part on Right Side.

Weight: 121lbs.

Height: 5'7"

Skin Tone: Fair

Shape of Face: Oval

Dominant Feature: Dark Shades of Makeup.

Personality

Persona


Favorites:
Color: Black/White Absolutes.
Music: Indie.
Literature: Economic Science.
Mode of Transportation: Limousine.

Habits:
Drinking: Yes.
Smoking: Occasional.
Mannerisms: Demeaning, Belittling, Self-Righteous, Agressive.

Optimist or Pessimist? Pessimist.

Introvert or Extrovert? Extrovert.

Logical or Emotional? Logical.

Business or Pleasure? Business.

Confident? Too much so.

Animal Lover? No.

Priority: Obtaining release for her father's imprisonment.

Pressure Point: Speaking ill about her father.
Is this obvious? Yes.

Most comfortable when around her father, working for Tech Con.

Least comfortable when a man attempts to hit on her.

Religion: Atheist.

Political Affiliation: The Aschen Confederation.

History

Background


Familial Relations:
Mother: Unknown.
Relations with: Unknown.
Father: Miles Hagan.
Relations with: Exemplary.

Hometown:

So begins...

Julia Hagan's Story

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Julia walked into Gambit's Bar, tugging on the edges of her black leather gloves while her dark eyes surveyed the empty room. For a lack of patrons during such late hours of the evening, or early morning, it was a wonder to the Aschen woman how the establishment brought in overwhelming profit. Slowly she strolled along the room, judging every flaw that was to be found.

"Distasteful," Julia spoke to herself. "It is a wonder why this place is so highly sought after for visitation." Her personal 'escorts' followed behind her like ghosts; unshakeable shadows whom never spoke.

"Well then, shall we see what turns up this evening," the young woman said while turning to the men in suits. They did nothing but continue their dead stares and silence. Julia offered nothing more to them and returned to her study of Gambits. After all, it was her first visitation. So far she was not pleased at all.

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Cold eyes turned on the man sitting at the bar and Julia immediately begun to walk towards him without hesitation in her step.

"You," she called out to Axel," I demand an Ambrosia". Her perfectly manicured eyebrows rose in expectation. It was obvious the woman speaking to Axel was used to being served by those she deemed less than herself ... which was anyone and everyone aside from her father. It was also obvious that she was not going to tolerate any time wasted in fulfilling her desire and consequences were already mulling around in her mind.

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"Do not question my requests. You will either meet them or you shall pay the price of insubordination," came Julia's curt reply with deft speed. "I will tell you once more to order an Ambrosia for me, or my friends here might have to drag you outside for a little "private" talk about manners when in the presence of a lady," the woman threatened while the silent men turned their shrouded gazes onto Axel. They widened the stance of their feet and their shoulders rolled as if preparing to use the muscle which bulked beneath their black suits.

"I recommend you do as I say," was the last sentence Julia was going to utter before consequences would be had.

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It merely took the slight turn and a single nod of her head for Julia's armed guard to compose themselves back into their earlier state. However, when she returned her stare to the back of Axel's head, a sleeping fire of fury greeted it readily. Dear? Dear?

"I will also recommend that you do not use endearing terms when referencing me. I do not like it when men"—the word left a sour taste in her mouth—"use pet names for me. Its disgusting. You will call me Ms. Hagan," Julia stated formally. Those whom kept up with galactic economic news would know immediately the family name and possibly wonder if Julia was indeed the daughter to Miles Hagan, owner and CEO of Tech Con.

"I will allow the mistake this once, however, but do not repeat the offense. And you are a wise man to bend to my will. I commend you," Julia stated with sarcasm dripping from her perfectly white and straight teeth. She even gave him a quiet applause just to further insult and demean the man.

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There was a small pause in conversation as Julia considered her options and what ramifications they would have. She could sit with the man and spend a small amount of time out of her busy schedule or the Aschen woman could belittle him even more and deny him the great pleasure of her company.

"No thank you. I rather stand," she replied while pointing at the delivered drinks. "Well," Julia said," are you or are you not going to remember your manners and serve my drink to me". As if she had a more important event to attend, the woman flicked her wrist outwards and then checked the time on her elaborate watch.

"Come now," Julia said while snapping her gloved fingers," I don't have much time. Stop fooling around and gawking at me. I am too far out of your class and league even to be had in your most far fetched fantasies". In her mind, every man desired her and Julia was never afraid to voice that belief, or place words in another man's mouth—or woman's.

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The man's lecherous stare did nothing as to force a reaction from Julia. If it was not a lecherous stare, it did not matter. The woman still saw it as such and so it was such.

"I do not appreciate your sarcastic tone whatsoever. You would do well to change your tone while in my presence," Julia stated as a matter of fact. Acquiring her Ambrosia drink, she sipped the savory liquid and then gave the glass for one of her "ghosts" to hold. Of course he complied without question or resistance.

"And the reason why I came here this morning is my own business and none of yours, but if you must know my father has connections with this business. I wanted to see it for myself," she said while allowing her gaze to survey the practically empty room.

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"Do not. Do not. Do not reference my father in the manner you just did. Its insulting. He has done more in his lifetime than most can imagine accomplishing. Referring to him as "Old Man" is a slap in my face and on my family's name. Do it again and it will not be pleasant at all," Julia corrected Axel as she seemed to do so well and so often.

"Also, I could care less about the staff here or its patrons, including you," she stated bluntly and without emotion. Julia did not lack whatsoever in speaking her mind, especially when it came to squashing a pathetic man between her manicured toes. Her escort then handed her drink back to her, and Julia took another sip not expecting any remark from Axel.

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Not a single word of Axel's argument had been heard by the Aschen woman. Possibly through mere coincidence Julia looked up from her Ambrosia and asked," I am sorry but did you say something? I was attempting to recall, oh why even bother going into economics with you. You would not understand a word I would say on the topic. I find most residents of Wing City to be quite uneducated."

Julia handed her drink back to her escort while laughing in an insulting tone.

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"Well, Mister ...whatever your name is—please don't offer it to me because I highly doubt we shall be seeing each other ever again after this little meeting—it seems we have one single thing in common. This is my first time to Terra as well," she said, almost making it through an entire sentence without putting Axel down in the ditch with the other garbage. Almost.

"And this is not a town. Its population far exceeds what is required to be called a town. This is Wing City. Apparently it doesn't matter if someone comes from here or not, people are still highly undereducated," Julia said, suddenly missing the company of her father very much so. Her father, Miles Hagan, was the sole reason Julia even stepped into the bar. She was awaiting contact with someone from Langara to inquire about her father and his imprisonment.

Then Julia's eyes landed on the Coalition weapon which made the Aschen's face fall into an emotionless stare. UCON was the enemy and traitors. Nothing but filth and fodder for war. The woman behind the bar, Julia classified her with allegiance to UCON and thus classified her as an enemy.

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"Pardon me, for living and profiting off of things like war. I do enjoy having an enormous allowance because people die," Julia stated without emotion or even blinking while Axel stared her straight in the eye. She even smirked at the end of her sentence to show that she could care less about his opinion.

"Now if you don't mind. I have business to attend to and I must take my leave of this," Julia said with a pause before continuing," dismal place. I really do not see why my father owned it."

Turning away from Axel, Julia began to leave the bar but not without walking to a piece of decorative art on the wall. "Its such a shame there is a hole is this painting," she commented even though it was in perfect condition. However that was not to remain the case. One of her guards took notice of the implied command solely on Julia's tone of voice and withdrew a knife with deft swiftness, then sliced a rather large gape into it.

"And its a shame this mirror is broken too," she said only for it to be broken by the other guard.

"And this chair is smashed."

It continued on until she reached the door. Once there, Julia turned to face the girl behind the bar and flashed her a smart smile full of loathing. "Oh, the Ambrosia can be charged to the Hagan account. Good day," the Aschen woman said before turning back towards the exit with her two escorts.

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A long black limousine pulled up in front of Vogel's bar. Once parked, the driver removed himself from the vehicle in order to open the door for the very daughter of Miles Hagan, CEO of Tech Con. Julia stepped out of the limousine, straightened her blazer jacket, and entered into Vogel's. There was only a single occupant in the room and Julia assumed this was the contact she had been waiting for since her father's imprisonment.

"Good evening, Julia Hagan," the young woman said while offering her leather-gloved hand for a shake. "You must be the one that can help my family with its ... situation," Julia said while a server approached her with Hagan's daughter's drink already prepared; a scotch on the rocks. She had no time for drinks however, and wished to keep a completely clean conscious while dealing with dire matters concerning her father and hopefully the beginning process of his freedom.

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After being offered the seat, Julia sat down and crossed her leg over her knee while leaning back in the chair comfortable. It was more so a pose a man would take seeing as Julia wasn't exactly a feminine woman in nature. "I do not know much of what transpired between my father and the Belkans aside from what has been blaring in the news, staining my father's good name. I don't care what he was doing there. All I want to know is how to get him away from UCON, and if you say that we have to prove his innocence then so be it. What do you propose we do in order to solve this little 'misunderstanding," Julia asked.

"You see, I don't like being separated from my father and even worse, I don't like not being able to even communicate with him. That first, must be eradicated and dealt with because I am sure that we will need his cooperation as well in this delicate operation," Julia said.

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Uncle Zarek. So this was the man that her father spoke of so often. Julia knew the name but had not been able to place a face to it until just then. She also recognized the name of Romo Lampkin but had not met the man personally. It was only after her father had been taken by UCON that she became interested in the family company. The event had forced her to mature into a true adult instead of a dependent adolescent.

"No, I have not been able to contact any one other than you. I don't have the resources that my father holds and the Aschen legal representatives obviously do not wish to speak to me. I have not heard a single word from them after sending my father's secretary's to hound their communication lines," Julia said with a blank expression. It was frustrating. The entire situation.

"How do we get into contact with Mister Lampkin," she asked while a water and lime was set on the table for Julia. She wasted no time in dismissing the server with a curt wave of her hand and a glare of annoyance.

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"Vogel is a fool," Julia said with a bit of vehemence. "My father built this company with his hands and no one but a Hagan shall run it. And it will be my father that continues to run it," she said while staring straight into the eyes of Zarek. This was no game for her. Julia would do anything to get her father back and not getting him back was not an option. Lifting the glass, she drank a sip of the cool water before continuing on in their business discussion.

"What if we contact UCON. Do you think they would settle for the release of my father. I assure you, and I am sure you are well aware, Tech Con is not a poor company and my father was not a fool. His assets were unfrozen and instantly transferred to another account. I am well suited to pay any fee," Julia stated with blatant confidence. A settlement would be the easiest route to take but with UCON holding Miles, it was going to be a miracle if it were allowed.

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"Mr. Zarek, I am placing my entire faith in you and putting my entire family in your hands. I trust your judgment because my father did the same thing. We shall do whatever you think is our best option of getting him back home," Julia said before leaning up in her seat, both feet planted on the floor. She then leaned low across the table.

"I do not know what UCON is doing to him and I won't sit back and wonder every waking moment of my life while he is gone what possibilities could be playing out. For all I know, they could be torturing my father. Do what you need to do and get me communication rights with him, Zarek. Tech Con needs him and I need him. You get him back and I will make sure you have a hefty payment waiting for you in return. But if you fail, you get nothing," Julia said threateningly.

Slowly she rose from her seat, planting her hands on the table as Julia did so.

"If I have to go on a Belkan killing spree and lie about what my father did, I will do so. I will strangle every last damn citizen of the Hegemony if I have to with my bare hands, make note of that. Nothing is too great of a sacrifice. Do you understand," Julia asked while fire smoldered in her gaze. There was nothing but serious intent behind them and a desired fueled by more than most could comprehend.

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Julia took Zarek's hand without hesitation and gave it a firm shake before straightening her posture.

"Let us do hope that all goes to plan," she agreed. Julia was now a step closer to getting her father back and she felt as if much was accomplished that day, but still not enough. "You know where to contact me if you have any questions or concerns," the woman said before escorting him to his vehicle outside.

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"Most wars do Dad. They also last way longer than anyone thinks." Julia pointed out and walked over, a sway in her step. "What do we stand to lose to it? What do we gain?" She pouted ferociously. "And more importantly, you aren't going to be captured by those disgusting Belkans, are you? I don't like it when you go like that."

It was infuriating.

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She took a seat and accepted the scotch, then leaned forward. "I want a promise Dad. I hate it when people take you from me, and I want a promise that no one ever will do that again. That means you can't go to the battlefield, or anywhere those nasty people might grab you."

She wrinkled her nose at the thought. War was messy, but she was determined not to lose her Dad to it. This time. He was the only man who didn't infuriate her.

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Julia sighed and shook her head. "Must we Daddy?" she pleaded, using the childish term to try and get out of it. "I don't know what I want. I always figured when you...when you died, I'd inherit the company." She shrugged. She had a business degree for a reason, after all.

She even paid close attention to everything he did, to learn how to run it.

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"Daddy, I don't intend on having children, or marrying anyone other than Tech Con." She did enjoy the idea of a trust fund set up, of course. No doubt Daddy was incredibly generous with it. He was kind that way. "We might ant to go public, but it's chancy, don't you think?"

Private they controlled everything. Public, they had stock holders to cater too.