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Liesha Kennicot

A decorated United States SCD Agent. Boasts considerable skill in combat magicks, and making sarcastic remarks.

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

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Good grief. Just what I need. Smarter bad guys, and less competent agents ...


Appearance: Coming from good Dutch stock, Liesha is tall, blonde-haired and blue-eyed. She's pretty, but the demands of her job have worn at her both physically and emotionally.

As she has little time to worry about hair, Liesha is usually seen with her sleek, silky tresses lashed hastily into tight braids. With her lips usually pursed in disapproval and her eyes hardened from the cynical things of law enforcement, Liesha appears far older than her years.

Personality: Liesha bustles through her day wielding caustic wit and cutting disapproval like Swords of Truth. She's acerbic, brusque - set firm in what she believes, stubborn to the point of danger. She has a short temper not helped at all by chronic ghost-pains in her leg from a childhood injury. Liesha has very little patience for co-workers, friends, enemies, even herself.

Really, guys? This is your solution?


These standards come from necessity, however. With an entire office of agents waiting on her call, Liesha has little room for error. She's been known to throw herself completely into cases, bending arms and rules to achieve an end. To her, justice isn't just an intellectual exercise. She views it as something tangible that can be readily achieved - through force, if need be.

Predictably, there's not much to say about Liesha's social life. When she's not actually at the office or on the scene, she's at home pouring over casefiles. Her job is her life; she loves it and hates it.

Equipment/Abilities: Liesha has a fiery arsenal of both spells and verbal darts at her disposal. Her proficiency as a witch aside, she also carries a 10 millimeter pistol, and has a decent boxing stance. For better or for worse, she's quicker to reach for the gun than her wand.

A childhood accident left Liesha with both permanent nerve pain in her left leg, and a curious healing ability. Any broken bones or lacerations mend instantly, as though they hadn't ever happened - except the pain never fully goes away. Liesha suspects it simply displaces itself and continues to dwell in her leg. It leaves her with a pronounced limp at all times. This only adds to her cheerful demeanor.

History: Liesha was born and raised in Akron, Ohio as the youngest (and only girl) in a tight-knit brood of five. Midwest wizardry is about as exciting as it sounds and she wasted no time graduating from the Crossed Wands University with a discipline in combat magic.

From there it wasn't too long until she took her basic training at the SCD Academy, intending all along to become a field agent. Despite nearly failing the written part of her finals, Liesha embarked on her magical law enforcement career, stationed first in Chicago with the Victim Assistance squad.

Needless to say, Liesha's bedside manner wasn't terribly award-winning, but despite a rocky start she established a name for herself there in the Windy City. The SCD administration took note of Liesha's shrewd decision-making and thought that her methodology could be used elsewhere; as malicious magical activity increases, so does the need for capable and whips-smart leaders. Having readily proved herself in that regard, Liesha was out of Chicago within a year and off to greener, more dangerous pastures.

In the mid 2000's she obtained a position as Special Agent in the NY Field Office, working with the Violent Crimes squad. There were dual motives behind this assignment. It gave the young agent more to do, more bad guys to catch, but also kept her under the watchful eye of SCD Director Miles Frost, a fact Liesha both lamented and lambasted. Despite butting heads a few times with her commanding officer, Liesha grew into a valued agent with more collars to her name than many agents twice her age.

After the unfortunate demise of her partner, Ignitor Officer Jack Calumet, Liesha was bundled up with a sudden promotion, and sent across the country. It smelled faintly like a cover-up (Calumet's body was never found) but the job was a coveted one. Liesha Kennicot was now the Special Agent in Charge of the LA Field Office - head honcho of the Major Cases Squad.

From there, Liesha's canon has taken her to becoming the youngest SCD Director in history. Her ideals never changed, even if her method of execution did. She's slowly matured and toned down over her ten-year period with the SCD - but her leg continues to give her problems, and probably always will.

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Liesha Kennicot's Story

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Liesha Kennicot limped into the bar in her usual foul humor.

The setting changes from Gambit's Bar to Wing City Gardens (South)

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Liesha Kennicot There was a sudden commotion as a scruffy looking youth of no more than seventeen raced into the Gardens screaming bloody murder. Hard at his heels came a young woman with murderous intent on her face. The kid scampered past the garden's fountain, stopped, and made a motion at the woman.

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Liesha Kennicot The water surged up and straight at her. Liesha wasn't fazed. She pulled her wand from her back pocket and waved it. The water fell back onto the ground with a mighty splash. She did not slow down, not even a little bit.

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Liesha Kennicot "Easy way or the hard way, kid!" She shouted, coming after him still, "Hey! Come back here!"

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Liesha Kennicot As she went along, she caught sight of a few people there in the Gardens with her, "Stop him!"

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Liesha Kennicot The kid looked surprised at the attack on the one chasing him, but he didn't complain. As the bullets started flying, he ran too and soon was lost in the vegetation. Liesha's response was one of anger. She dropped to her knees and waved her wand, summoning a blue shield around her to take the brunt of the bullets. She reached into her jacket and pulled out her own sidearm and stood with wand in one hand, and handgun in the other.

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Liesha Kennicot "What the HELL?"

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Liesha Kennicot turned into the nothing, vanishing and reappearing a ways away near a rather confused looking apple tree. Returning the pistol to it's shoulder rig, she began muttering mutinously under her breath (whether curses or just vulgarities, no one could tell) and yet she made no move to attack yet.

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Liesha Kennicot "This is a multiverse, genius. You just cost me an investigation! What are you trying to do?"

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Liesha Kennicot She kept her wand trained on the center of his large forehead, "You're giving me a large target, buddy."

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Liesha Kennicot She frowned. The kid had gotten away. The chase had taken them over and through many different worlds. Liesha's head still spun from the ride. She wasn't entirely sure where she was, but this fellow and his volatile nature didn't seem very in tune with the flowers and the bright happy nature of the Wing City Gardens.

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Liesha Kennicot She also kept note of the other figure, the one who had attempted to separate the Agent from her assailant. One of these days, Liesha was intent on running into someone who WASN'T trying to kill her. That would be an interesting change of pace.

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Liesha Kennicot And he came at her. Again. What an IDIOT. She stepped back and vanished again, appearing closer to the fountain this time, "Leave him be. If he's just a sore broken end in this part of the world, then that's his problem. Needless to say I just lost a suspect in a criminal trial that I've been following for a while." She bit off a curse, this time definately just her swearing, "And kid, I'm warning you. Don't try your spellwork on me because I'll give it right back to you."

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Liesha Kennicot Her tough attitude was mostly a ruse. The SCD didn't have jurisdiction in any of these multi realms. She could be killed on the spot and her organization couldn't do a damn thing about it. The adrenaline drained from her and the old wounds in her leg started to hurt again. She winced.

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Liesha Kennicot stared at the pack with a arced eyebrow, "You didn't even come near to touching me, son." Of course, he was talking about the old wound in her leg. Then again, he couldn't know that she was generally always in pain. The idiot (for this was how Liesha addressed most people who attacked her for no reason) just seemed to turn and walk away. Great. Just another idiot (there, again, the term) who got his kicks for no reason.

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Liesha Kennicot "Pretty sophisticated weaponry for someone who just picks off targets for fun. Or were you paid to try and rub me out?"

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Liesha Kennicot "Thanks, buddy." Liesha said, "I hope you get far in life with your vague responses and your generally unhelpful answers. I hear a lot of pauses in your speech. Just pausing for dramatic buildup, or you have to think of things to say as you go along?"

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Liesha Kennicot Still a bit sore at being attacked for no reason, she turned to the girl, "Ah, hell, I feel old."

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Liesha Kennicot The kid looked like a delicate porcelain doll, one that had been sitting on the shelf for too long. Liesha tilted her head to the side, "And what are you after, then?"

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Liesha Kennicot "Retirement." She snorted, "Right. If you can't do something right, then you have to do it yourself. That's the way I look at it, anyways, in my line of work. And you can stop that 'miss' business. I'm Special Agent Liesha Kennicot and our friend over there just cost me a three week chase."

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Liesha Kennicot "Bye-bye..." Liesha waved as though entertaining a small child, "I'm not interested in your life story or your list of cliches. I just want to know why you felt that you had to throw an entire damn arsenal at me. Or is that--" Here she mimicked his mysterious tone, feeling a twinge of sarcastic indignancy rise up in her throat, "--just a SECRET YOU GUARD HEAVILY...."

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Liesha Kennicot Throwing her hands in the air, she sat down at the fountain, noting that there was no water in it after the kid's stunt. She waved her wand and the water picked itself up and went back into the basin. The streams began to flow again as though nothing had happened.

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Liesha Kennicot "Alright. So we got that far. You don't like government agencies. Good. I'm glad that I finally got a straight answer out of you." She growled. This was why Liesha never was allowed into interrogation. She had little patience for people who she deemed were 'idiots'. "Well, don't let me stop you. Don't you have a bunch of other things to use your lowest weaponry for?"