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Xellus

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

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Xellus
Theme: Archive - Bullets
Image by the incredibly talented Ionen

GENERAL INFORMATION
Role: Espionage
Gender: โ™€
Nickname(s):
Age: 28
Race: Cybernetic Being containing a fully self aware AI

APPEARANCE
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 160 lbs
Build: Curvaceous/ Sporty
Hair Color: Raven
Eye Color: Hazel
Scars/Tattoos/Piercings: Barcode Tattoo on the nape of her neck.
Bodily Functions:
-Reproductive System: Functioning- A fully capable reproductive system takes genetic material from the paternal figure and is used in a very similar fashion as in organic reproduction. Taking traits from both parental figures and using them when forming the offspring. Xellus' reproduction, however, is limited to one child.
-Digestive System: Functioning- Seeing as the human body is considered to be one of the most efficient systems in terms of energy extraction, it was without a doubt that the makers of Xellus would include such efficiency. She has a fully functioning digestive system. Unlike the human counter part, Xellus' works on an atomic level, breaking material down to reform them into a usable energy. Due to the atomic level, there is almost no waste as a result. Anything can be consumed and used.
-Nervous System: The sensation of pain is always the best means in notifying the victim is injured, therefore, Xellus was integrated with a fully functioning nervous system that allows her to feel on many levels.
-Respiratory System: A pair of nano-weave lungs take in air through the process of breathing. The air is then taken into a substance that is red in coloration and resembles blood, this being to its high iron content. This substance then transports oxygen throughout the frame, supplying it with a means in which Xellus' body can burn energy, resembling the human respiratory system. Unlike the human respiratory system, Xellus' can run in very low oxygen rich enviroments, letting her attend areas without protective gear that would otherwise kill a human being.
-Skin: Xellus' outer shell is a material that resembles human skin remarkably well. It has tiny pores to expel carbon dioxide, as well as nano fibers that resemble small hairs to identify wind speed and direction, as well as other environmental changes. Nano sensors line the first thin layer to allow the sensation of touch, allowing Xellus to feel the lightest of brushes to the hardest of punches. This is of course part of her nervous system.

MENTALITY
Oddities: Xellus seems plagued with the constant thought of not truly being alive, though she has been told she could technically be considered a living being due to her ability to think for herself, do as humans do, and even bare a child with whom she desires. Despite this, Xellus can't help but feel that perhaps everything that happens is merely programming put into her head, even the thoughts of her false life.
Skills: An excellent hacker and magnificent stealth agent, Xellus is truly an excellent agent in the art of espionage. Her skill in hand to hand combat is also astonishing, which is added with her hardened metallic skeleton and super human speed and strength.
Likes: Though Xellus feels that these sensations were programmed into her, she seems to enjoy rain, the ocean, a good drink, and a great romance novel.
Dislikes: Herself, in that she wishes she were truly human.
Hobbies: Reading
Phobia(s): None as of yet
Personality: Often secluded, Xellus doesn't partake in conversation unless she is engaged first. She does not enjoy small talk and will often avoid it when possible. On the clock, she is cold, decisive, and calculating. When not performing her intended duties, Xellus is a real sport in the art of flirting, using her rather attractive form to tease males. Though she'd never admit it, shes a sucker for being swept off her feet. This, however, she feels was programmed into her mind.

COMBAT
Weapon: What appears to be a silver, custom made, M9 Beretta is actually a prototype shard pistol. This pistol does not use combustion for firing, nor does it use cartridges altogether. A magazine is instead filled with a solid hunk of metal. These metals very for different effects. The pistol, when fired, shaves of a sliver of the metal and fires it at high volosity using elctrically charged particals.
-Titanium: Used for its stopping power, Titanium shards moving at over 800 feet per second, due to its light weight, and has been known to puncture various materials, giving it quite the armor piercing ability.
-Zirconium: Known to be flammable in small quantities, this metal allows for a dragon's breath like projectile that erupts into small flames upon impact.
-Platinum: Due to its incredible conductivity, Platinum is used as a sort of energy field nullifier. The round carries a heavy electric charge that is capable of overloading shield systems, causing them to fail. This works for both kinetic barriers and energy shields.
Aside from her unique pistol, Xellus also has a carbon steel blade with an internal platinum core that is electrofied, giving the blade a stunning capability as well as its usual damage capabilities.
Fighting Style: Programmed with among the top listed martial arts known in today's society, Xellus is a more than capable hand to hand combat expert. Her metallic inner workings prove useful in aiding her in such combat.
Abilities: As mentioned before, Xellus has various advantages over human capabilities, such as strength, agility, and process of thinking. Aside from the obvious enhanced capabilities, Xellus also has a remarkable cloaking ability. A series of microscopic nodes about her body and suit pick up her surroundings and relay the image around her body. Whats in front of her appears on her back, what is behind her appears as her front. This makes her virtually invisible to the untrained eye. However, moving too quickly overloads the nodes and can cause them to fail, cancelling her stealth altogether, though does not damage them.

BACKGROUND
Relationship Status: Heterosexual- Single
Family: N/A

Personal History: Xellus was a project to recreate life through mechanical means. She has free will, is capable of opinion, and thought. Xellus has even been known to have dreams in her hibernation state, which is quite similar to human sleeping. However, demand for special agents increased and Xellus was repurposed into an espionage expert, though she retains all abilities from her original purpose, a human of sorts.

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Xellus's Story

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The door to the establishment opened once more to introduce another unique being to that of Gambit's Bar. No doubt another sorry soul come to drink their sorrows away. This particular patron was in the form of a rather stunning, raven haired, beauty garbed in a form fitting latex attire that covered all but mid neck and up. Hazel eyes, that if looked closely one could see unnaturally perfect lines within, scanned across the bar. For the most part, it seemed fairly peaceful, maybe even dead, within the confines of the bar.

Assuming it was safe, or as safe as a bar such as this could be, the woman would stride in with long steps. Three inch, heeled, thigh high, boots produced a hollow thud upon the wooden floor. The woman's destination was the kiosk, of course, as a drink was always what people came to Gambit's for. Lithe fingers garbed in a latex glove strummed at the touch screen, inputting an order for a glass of absinthe, should the powerful alcohol be available.

Concluding her interaction with the screen, the woman would then seek out an unoccupied stool along the counter, and seat herself upon it.

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The door to the establishment opened once more to introduce another unique being to that of Gambit's Bar. No doubt another sorry soul come to drink their sorrows away. This particular patron was in the form of a rather stunning, raven haired, beauty garbed in a form fitting latex attire that covered all but mid neck and up. Hazel eyes, that if looked closely one could see unnaturally perfect lines within, scanned across the bar. For the most part, it seemed fairly peaceful, maybe even dead, within the confines of the bar.

Assuming it was safe, or as safe as a bar such as this could be, the woman would stride in with long steps. Three inch, heeled, thigh high, boots produced a hollow thud upon the wooden floor. The woman's destination was the kiosk, of course, as a drink was always what people came to Gambit's for. Lithe fingers garbed in a latex glove strummed at the touch screen, inputting an order for a glass of absinthe, should the powerful alcohol be available.

Concluding her interaction with the screen, the woman would then seek out an unoccupied stool along the counter, and seat herself upon it.

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Soon, an autonomic tender would appear to fill out the order of the raven haired woman, placing a glass of liquid that appeared as water. Reaching forward, the woman wrapped her fingers around the glass, then froze momentarily. Her eyes were fixated upon her hand, it would seem, scrutinizing its appearance. To many, her hand was as normal as any other person. For Xellus, she knew what was beneath that skin.

Releasing a sigh, Xellus brought the glass to her lips and took a sip of the clear liquid that smelled of paint thinner. After gingerly placing the glass back upon the counter, Xellus would glance over her shoulder to the various patrons behind her. Words of elves were spoken, and something along the lines of dwarves. Xellus envied all of them, for their life, their existence, was real.

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raised the glass to her lips once more, though this time, she'd tilt her head back and seemingly allow all the contents of the glass flow right down her throat. Certainly an odd sight, like watching water whirl away down a drain. The glass now empty, Xellus placed, then slid, the glass across the counter before standing. Angling for the door, she'd begin her departure. Not before placing her hand on the kiosk, causing the screen to flicker a moment. And then, she simply left.

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A new bar, it would seem, was booming in the city these days. At least for Xelles, to whom was in an extended leave of absence.
Gambits was locked up for reasons unknown, which was strange. The Cyborg was certain she could hear voices within.

In any case, a bar was a bar, and Xelles wasn't picky so long as she could get her booze intake of the day.

Pushing open the door to this new(er) establishment, The latex clad woman strolled over to the counter, each step accompanied by a thud from her heeled boots. Arriving to the counter, the woman came to sit a couple seats over from a man whom seemed less friendly then Xelles would have liked. In any case, it was no different from Gambit's.

"Somethings never change." Xelles muttered to herself before ordering herself a glass of whatever paint thinner was available.

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"I 'eard that!" Pensey yelled across the room at the woman, a woman that appeared to be a "working woman". It wasn't his fault that he came to such a conclusion. He only thought that because of the way she was dressed.

"Changing sometimes a thing when a thing needs no sometimes a changing," he said, nodding. "You're a working woman, aren't you? How many a silver pounds you need to be a 'friend' to an ailed man?" He voice was rough from too many years drinking and smoking. The look he gave her was even more rough. As he drank from his glass, stout poured down his stubbled chin in a dribble.

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Xelles received her glass of Everclear and took a sip before replying to the rather gruff sir.

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Xelles received her glass of Everclear and took a sip before replying to the rather gruff sir.
"Depends on your definition of 'working', sir." Xelles said smoothly as she replaced the glass of clear liquid back upon the counter top.

"I could say you're a 'working man' but you look like you haven't done an ounce of labor in your life. And you're not much of a looker for a good 'worker'."

Xelles closed her statement with another sip of her Alcoholic broth.

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"Shows what you know, girl." Pensey hacked a cough and wheezed. He set down his stout and leaned back in his chair, folding his hands behind his head. "Back in Axis there were women lining up to be with the Lord Pensey Locke! They all wanted my bronze quarters and silver pounds. I was the richest man in the Blackwall!" Tick. Tock.

"An' I do plenty of labor, girl. You judge a man that needs no judging, you going to get judged by a man that needs to be not judging. And I tell you because your half-pretty in that fancy, shiny, suit. I be judging." Pensey nodded and drank from his stout.

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"A man has no business judging a woman by her appearance, sir. Looks can be deceiving." Xelles would have almost chuckled if not for the irony of her mentality towards her being.
"Never judge a book by its cover."

Another swig was taken from the glass before she bothered to address the man again.
"A man needing not the judgment of those around him be not in this building." Xelles began, almost mocking the man as she spoke in similar fashion as he.

Xelles' attuned auditory sense began to pick up on a faint sound of ticking and tocking.

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"Now you just be mockin' me, girl." The gruff man grunted and shifted his weight around in the chair. The chair creaked and groaned. "And you, girl, are not a book, so it is my right to be judging those who judge me." Pensey methodically cracked each of his knuckles.

"What is your name, girl, or do you want me to continue calling you girl, girl?" Pensey asked, casting a sidelong glance at her. He would never remember her name and he probably would never stop calling her girl. Tick. Tock. He tapped on his chest. "Pensey is my name. Pensey Locke. You won't be forgetting it soon, I know this for true on my honor. Women never forget Pensey Locke."

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Xelles finished what was left of her drink and shortly after, ordered another.
"Figure of speech, Pensey." Xelles replied, refraining from the ease of insults that could have laced her reply.

"I don't give my name out to men whom with which I care nothing about." The woman crossed on leg over the other. "And since your mind is too simple to remember a name, you can simply call me 'X', for I hope you're not too simple as to forget the alphabet."

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"I don't know what this alphabet thing is but since you won't give me a proper name I'll name you myself!" he shouted, which was unnecessary. She was only sitting a few seats away. Needless to say, the more Pensey drank the louder he got.

"Tilly is a good name. You're name is Tilly until you give me a real name, girl." He nodded his approval and drank until his stout ran dry in the mug.

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Xelles gave the man a sarcastic glare for a moment before shaking her head it what could almost have been disbelief. This was, after all, the Multiverse. Anything was possible.

"Whatever name you give me, its incorrect." Xelles said as she took up her refreshed drink, then sipped.
"Also, I now have more to judge. You're lack of education."

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"Lack o'education! Lack! Why I tells you that I run an institute for education in the Blackwall. I lack nothing, Tilly girl. Some of the finiest in the trade have come from my teachin's!" It appeared that Tilly had touched a nerve and Pensey was growing agitated. He shifted around in his seat again, mumbling Flash Lingo beneath his breath. From the glances he stole at Tilly, the words were obviously about her.

"Lack of education! Bah! Another stout 'tender!" he roared, banging his big fist on the table.

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A faint smirk pulled at the woman's lips. The fact was that Xelles was enjoying the man's agitation, especially after his comment of her supposed profession.

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A faint smirk pulled at the woman's lips. The fact was that Xelles was enjoying the man's agitation, especially after his comment of her supposed profession.
Another swig before the next insult.

"Yea, it must have been real hard teaching all you mistress' sons how to hammer the nail, rather than their hands."

Xelles leaned back in her chair, her smirk broadening into a smile. She found this almost as enjoyable as her Everclear.
"A man whom mutters insults for those not to hear can only be assumed to be a coward."

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Pensey fell silent and he brooded while staring not at Tilly, but through her. He seemed to be staring into the past and remembering things best forgotten. Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock.

"I am no coward." Pensey then stared down at the stout that had been placed in front of him. A debate ran through his mind to either chug it down or leave it be. Tick. Tock. "I only got one son off a lady" he said quietly. "And a daughter." Pensey slipped and then forcibly made himself look like an ass. "I think it was on the fifth wife, or could've been the seventh. They all get jumbled up in my head most times," he said, pointing at his skull. Before Pensey mentioned anything more he chugged down the stout, not caring more dribbled down his front.

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Children were something Xelles found to be undesirable. She was told of her capabilities of baring an infant, but never wanted to truly exercise the practice.
"Another wife hopper for the world to forget about." muttered Xelles.

The woman shifted in her seat, uncrossing, then recrossing her legs. She hoped the man wasn't going to get emotional on her. It was one thing to deal with snide, but crying was one thing Xelles refused to deal with.

"Why do you Tick, tock like an old clock?" Xelles inquired as she stared at the liquor wall directly in front of herself, whilst swishing her drink in the glass.

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"You shouldn't mingle in others' business." Pensey belched and then stood up from his seat, a little wobbly. He had been drunk even before he set foot into the building. Two stouts on top of that made him in no better shape than before.

"Goodbye ol'Tilly. I mean not to be rude but I hope to not see you around again," Pensey said. It was the first instance of manners the rogue had shown. "Pretty girls like you don't need to hear bad stories. Gives you nightmares." Pensey nodded and stumbled his way toward the exit and left.

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Xelles gave a measly shrug upon he man's departure. The entertainment seemed to have drunkenly migrated back to whence it came. In any case, Xelles still had her booze, and the night hadn't even begun.