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Julie Monrow

"It's not that I like to fight. It's just that it's all I know how to do."

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a character in “Wretched and Divine”, as played by Blondie104

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Julie Monrow
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Birth name: Julie Monrow

Given Name: Subject 225

Age: 18

Appearance: Julie takes after her mother mostly when her bright and piercing blue eyes, high cheeks that dimples, soft lips, cherubic face structure. She's slender with soft curves and her body's surprisingly flexible. She has smooth, tanned skin and honey-blonde hair that has dark lowlights and practically golden-blonde highlights. It's not that she's been out in the sun a lot, even though she has been as of lately. Her hair just naturally does that and falls down just below her breasts in soft waves. She found some better clothes than the ones she was given in the lab, so you'll find her in a pair of jeans, boots, a tank top and a hoodie.
Powers:Electrokinesis
  • Can summon lightning at any given point
  • Controls a thin gold chain with electricity that shocks upon impact
  • Can convert her body into an entity of electrons (Very fatal and she still needs practice)
  • Can manipulate electrical energy and use it as an attack
  • Can create an electrical force field

Main weapon: Her powers and body (she learned how to fight from James)

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Personality:
Julie is definitely different from a few of the other test subjects. There should be some residual personality effects from having been imprisoned for so long and if there is, she would never let you know that. Her main priority is herself and keeping herself safe. That's not to say that she's a selfish person. Watching out for herself has always been what she needed to do and now that she's not in the familiarity of a cell, her independence is definitely her Achilles heel. If she feels like she has to depend on someone, she feels weak and that affects her state of mind. Her mind frame then takes on pathetic thoughts, leading Julie to down herself and break down emotionally. And that's not exactly the best thing to happen to someone who controls electricity. That independency also leads to her sometimes being a little controlling, especially because she wants everything to be done right. She wants to live and she's going to plan things out - and you WILL follow her. Some might take her as a tad bit ruthless when she's attacking and possibly even cold-hearted when talking to others that don't follow her lead. But she would never want you to take her like that. If you want to live, you'll do what you have to, right? That's what Julie thinks.

She has a calming effect on the people around her. She doesn't like too much drama, though it's definitely fun to watch. She's definitely a chilled person and yes, she has some trust issues. That was kind of gonna happen. She was tested on and locked away. She still doesn't even trust herself some times. She plays with her powers sometimes, maybe causing a streak of lightning to flash in the air or a spark of electricity in her hands. She's fascinated by it and that's kind of been her mind frame when her powers are concerned since she was a baby. Despite the aforementioned harshness in her controlling habits, she has a very compassionate and sympathetic nature with a habit of humming to soothe your mind and her own.

Likes: Sunshine, Water, Warmth

Dislikes: Government, labs, ignorant people

Dark Secret: She killed her mother when the woman touched her. She sent a shock through the woman's vulnerable body, stopping her mother's heart. The only people that know this are the government offficials and they have ignored Diva's inquiry about her mother's whereabouts. She also killed ten scientists in the lab on her way out because she sent out a bolt of electricity that bounced around in the room and onto every body. She hates thinking about that.
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History

Two weeks before Julie was born, her father killed himself to escape the government. They discovered his low level ability in electrokinesis and wanted him as their test subject. When he died, they discovered that his fiancee was pregnant and awaited Julie's death, hoping that their assumption of her inheriting his abilities was correct. Sadly, for Julie, they were right. After her birth, which had been long and life-threatening for both her and her mother, Julie's mother reached out to stroke her new baby's cheek and Julie shocked her. The bolt of lightning went straight to the woman's heart and killed her.

The government official posing as a nurse at the hospital stole baby Julie from the childrens' room without anyone noticing. For the next eighteen years, Julie would be raised in labs and become acclimated to tests. They first discovered her ability when she touched the phone that one of the scientists' assistants dropped. It sparked brightly and somehow, began calling for a pizza delivery. Julie was five at the time and didn't understand what was such a big deal and only said, "I'm sorry." She learned from the scientists about her abilities and with their experimentation, she learned how to control her powers. She's still curious about her potential. She didn't see anything wrong with what was happening to her, even when some of their tests left her in pain. She believed that this was her life and that she shouldn't be complaining because at least she was being fed and washed up.

But then she saw the others being tested on and realized that she didn't know what was outside of the lab walls. Her cell, while it was comfortable with the small bed they provided, did not offer her what life could. She was being kept from what was outside and Julie longed - and plotted - for it. She took her time and learned small things like how to use a knife as she had seen one of the scientists use on a rebellious subject. She learned the people's shifts and she learned who she could sweet talk. She hadn't known before that she was relatively pretty and could get away with a dimpled smile. Once she discovered it, however, it became her favorite weapon. She began watching people and learning the passcode to different doors. More importantly, she learned how to get out of her own cell. But she remained under the guise of a clueless Julie who would only smile and obey when told to leave her cell for another experiment.

When she turned seventeen - and she hadn't even known that she had a birthday until last year - Julie made her move. She decided to use the shift of the lady that stole her from the hospital. She sweet talked the woman into allowing her to get a book and begged her like crazy. Succumbing, the woman opened the glass cell for Julie and Julie punched her in the face, causing her to fall back an hit her head on the door and knocking her out. She ran quickly, but was cornered by ten scientists when she stumbled into a lab while they were experimenting on a four year old child. Horrified by what they were doing, Julie lost control of her emotions and sent out a bolt of electricity that killed every person. Still horrified, now because of what she did, Julie began using the back exit of the facility. But the government facilities were on to her, so she used the vent system and crawled out through a sewage system that led to the nearby city. It was here that she found clothing and was able to bathe. But she knew she couldn't just hide away and has been running ever since. She got her chain from some random, abandoned vehicle because it seemed interesting and she learned how to channel her powers through it.

So begins...

Julie Monrow's Story

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Man is it hot out, James thought, as he started to take his jeans and long sleeve shirt off and threw them in a pile close by encase he needed to put them back on quick. He was able to sit there in his shorts and tank top and cool himself down in the cool night's air.Night time was the only time he could do this. Because he didn't like looking at all the scares on his body and even less liked to talk about them. So when Julie was asleep he could sit there and enjoy the night breeze. Lucky for him, because of his power he only needed about one tenth as much sleep and food as everyone else. Still because he had had to use his power so much in the past few days he was starting to feel hungry, a feeling that was all but alien to him. James didn't like the feeling and couldn't even imagine how bad it must be for Julie.

For the past couple of days James and Julie had been on the run from the government. Unfortunately they had got separated from the rest of there group and had been wondering for a while. As of now they were staying in an abandon building and Julie was getting some much needed rest. She was the one how had been in charge because James didn't know what to do himself. To him she was really cute with her multicolored blonde hair, pretty blue eyes and she was about a foot shorter than him like most people. When he was around her he always felt calmer for some reason he couldn't explain, even though she could be a little bossy at times.

As James was sitting there he thought he seen Julie start to wake so he threw his clothes back on and lied down, trying to look like he was asleep. So far she didn't know that he needed next to no sleep and he wanted it to stay that way so he could have his alone time at night.

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Julie moaned into a wakefulness, shifting on the makeshift bed she had created from her hoodie. Her eyes fluttered open for a second and she closed them again. The child in Julie wanted nothing more than to stay asleep. If she had had a mother, she probably would've moaned about five more minutes. A small smile played at the corner of her lips as one of Julie's many fantasies about what she could've done with her mother appeared in her brain. But just as it appeared in her mind, she shook her head. She didn't need to be thinking about that right now. Maybe...maybe one day she'd find her mom, but as for now, she'd focus on living.

Julie glanced beside her to see James asleep and smiled softly. She'd let him sleep for now. He'd been pretty helpful since they escaped the government facility. He had carried her out when she passed out and they'd pretty much been each other's help while away from the others. Naturally, Julie disliked needing his help. She had felt so weak when she realized that she had needed someone else's help. It was definitely a blow to her soul, but she had no choice but to deal with it. Besides, James let her stay in charge and that was fine with her. As long as she didn't have to be completely dependent on someone else, Julie would be fine.

"I hope the others are alright," Julie found herself saying quietly and glanced around the abandoned building James had pointed out. She inwardly opted for something smaller or maybe more hidden. But she was exhausted and agreed. When they first arrived to the locked building, Julie had to sneak through one of the windows. Her flexible and small body slipped through easily and she found the door to allow James in. It was better than allowing him to knock the door down. If he had, it would be probably obvious that someone of his strength and stature had done it. They would have to leave eventually. Knowing the government, they'd approach this building eventually.

With a small yawn, Julie rose to her feet before fanning herself slightly. The only real issue she had with the building was the heat and she thanked whatever or whoever she needed to for making her take off that ridiculous hoodie. She parted her hair down the center with her fingernails and proceeded to braided each side. The wavy locks obeyed when she was finished and Julie smiled, tying the two braids in her hair together to form a sort of bun. It would keep the hair off her neck and back. Julie glanced back at James for a second before shrugging as she tied the ends of her tank top into a knot that was situated right beneath her breasts. It revealed her flat belly, which was fine with her. As long as she was getting some type of coolness, it didn't matter. Besides, they were friends. It wasn't that big of a deal.

Now. Food. James would no doubt be starving right now. She was. Her stomach felt beyond empty and Julie knew that they would need it. She spared one more glance at James before deciding to leave. She'd be back before he woke up. She saw a gas station on the way here and she was pretty sure she could steal something. If she couldn't, she could always sweet-talk it out of whoever. She grinned at the thought and with a bounce in her step, she headed out the way she entered. She really hoped James wouldn't mind.

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As he lay there James listened to Julie get up and start moving around. For now she didn't seem to notice that he wasn't actually sleeping. He was starting to wonder what she was doing. Usually by now if they were going to get moving she would have woke him up. Instead she sat around for awhile before she headed for the door. He would have stopped her and asked what she was doing, but for some reason he didn't.

It was quiet in the building there wasn't a sound except the light breeze out side. James sat up and looked around, she really was gone. Soon thoughts started to fill his head as he put his back to the wall and pulled his knees put to his chest wrapping his arms around them. What if she left for good, what would she need me for anymore anyway, all I am is a burden to her. James sat there thinking about it and it did make sense. He had already taught her how to fight, they were out of the government facility, and he was probably way to big and noticeable all he would be was another problem for her. James sat there for awhile just thinking those thought and getting more and more depressed.

No, he thought it couldn't be, she wasn't that kind of person. So James looked around the room and seen her hoodie lying on the ground near by. There's no way she would leave with out it. It wasn't cold right now, but she was smart enough to know she would need it later. Finally he was starting to get some hope back. As he sat there he let his knees back down and tried relax a little and wiped a tear away that he hadn't noticed before.

But as he thought about it more and more thoughts started to fill his head. Soon enough he was fighting with himself over weather she would or wouldn't come back. All he could do was wait and see. If she didn't come back by tonight he would have his answer. So he sat there with his back against the wall looking out at the sky hoping she would come back.

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Julie gave the area another once-over before settling her gaze on the gas station. At the cash register sat a guy in his late teens. Obviously, puberty had given the boy nothing but hardships because his pale face was dotted with reddening pimples. His hair looked greasy from where Julie stood and she scrunched up her face when he dug up his nose. But she needed to play this kid and that meant dealing with him, she realized as she released her hair. It was wavier now. Shaking her head, she walked into the store with a bounce in her step, making sure that she swung her hips as well. That's what the one of the female scientists back at the facility did.

Julie kept her eyes on the cash register, causing the illusion of her staring at the guy. And it was so obvious that he wanted her. He followed her every move like a hawk, trailing his eyes over her petite frame like a half-starved animal. It disgusted her, but she dealt with it. Besides, this wasn't about him. This was about survival and she and James needed to survive. As James flitted into her thoughts, Julie frowned. I hope he's okay, she thought. Those brown eyes of his were haunting and behind them, Julie detected something else. But she would never push him. Besides, James probably wasn't concerned about her or her nosiness. She wouldn't be surprised if he was gone by the time she got back.

"Calm down, Jules. You're being paranoid. You are all in this together," she told herself under her breath. They all were. They were all trying to live - trying to be normal. If normal even existed. Shaking her thoughts away, Julie walked over to the fridge and pulled out two bottles of water and two bottles of soda. She only had soda once and while it made her a tad bit hyper, it was a nice drink. She even found mint-flavored gum and watermelon-flavored gum. She settled on three big bag of chips, a box of these cupcake-like things, and then she noticed the hotter stuff. They were called hotdogs, the sign said, and Julie was beyond curious. She glance at the cashier. "Are those good?" He stared at her like she was an idiot.

"You've never had a hotdog?" He inquired incredulously and Julie rolled her eyes impatiently.

"If I did, I wouldn't be asking you," she snapped and he began fumbling over his words, realizing that he was pissing off the pretty girl.

"Y-y-yeah...th-they're pretty good. E-especialy w-with...um, k-ketchup." Julie smiled sweetly at him and sauntered up to the counter. If the boy became any redder, he'd be as bright as a bulb off of one of the Christmas trees one of the scientists showed her a picture of. She batted her lashes sweetly.

"Can I have two of those please?" She purred at him and licked her lower lip, wetting the soft flesh. The guy was visibly shaking and nodded wordlessly. He moved to the hotdog compartment and pulled out two of them. As he did whatever he needed to do, Julie placed the rest of her things on the counter and appeared slightly bored. Seeing her without a care in the world meant that he would not be suspicious...when she stared at the cash register hard. Just as she finished with what she had to do, the guy was back with the hotdogs in their buns in two boxes. She hopped up with a bright smile.

"Alrighty then..." He glanced at all of her food. "Sleepover?" One of Julie's eyebrows rose up at that inquiry.

"Something like that," she said with a flip of her hair as her eyes settled on this small thing of liquid. It said that it cleaned off 99% of germs and it was called...sanitizer? You used it on your hands? Julie picked one up and placed it with her stuff. "This too." The guy - Mark, as she read on his nametag - nodded nervously and touched something on the cash register.

It wasn't working.

Julie had to fight to keep the smirk off her face.

He kept pushing. It kept not working. He even went in the back of the counter to look for something and Julie let out a small giggle that he hadn't detected. Finally, he sighed in defeat while still pressing buttons.

"You know you can always just let me take the stuff. I can't really wait for forever. My friend is waiting for me." His eyes rose up to hers and Julie prayed her face still maintained innocence.

"M-my b-boss...h-h-h-h-h-h-he -

"Will never have to know," she cooed. "Once I have a secret, it stays hidden." The guy glanced nervously around them before returning her gaze. It didn't take a genius to know that Julie had already won.

"Y-you promise?" She leaned up, resting her elbows on the counter. Their faces were hovering very close to one another and Julie detected something cheesy on his breath. Fighting back the disgust, her smile widened.

"With all my heart," she whispered. The guy was dumbstruck.

"Okay." He bagged her things silently and Julie mentally pat herself on the back. Once she had everything she needed, Julie gave him one last wink of her shoulder before strutting herself out of the store. As she was outside, she decided to be nice and let the guy have break. With a snap of her fingers, the cash register was back on and she was down the road.

After at least fifteen minutes, Julie was back at the building and sauntered in through the door with a big smile on her face. She felt triumphant and she had food for them. Just as she entered, she noticed James sitting back against the wall with a faraway look in his eyes. She followed his line of vision and glanced up at the sky. This room had no roof, which would be dangerous if there was an air raid. For now, they were safe. She glanced back at the sadness in his eyes and she frowned at the sudden wave of emotion that hit her at the thought of him being upset. Was it because they didn't have the others? Was it because she was the bossy one in the group and he was stuck with her? Bitterness dug a hole in her gut and Julie had to take a breath.

No, that wasn't it. It couldn't be. If it was, James could always leave. Yes, he could always leave and he wasn't upset that he was stuck with the neurotic control freak. Nodding as if to reassure herself that, Julie walked over.

"Hey, I brought some food," she said to get James' attention. "Um...it's not much. But it'll do for now."

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James had been staring up into the sky taking in it's vastness and relaxing, while waiting to see if Julie would come back."Hey, I brought some food, Um...it's not much. But it'll do for now." was what James heard as he turned around to see Julie with a big bad of food. A wave of happiness rushed over him as he could finally calm down since Julie had come back. He got a little grin on his face think that he was right, that Julie would come back.

Taking in a few big sniffs he though he smelt something good coming from the bag she had. It melt like cooked meat and he definitely wanted what ever it was. Looking at the bag he couldn't help but snicker a little. "Not much" it should be at least enough food for a couple of days, it was more than he would have been able to get anyway. As he stood up he could see into the bag and it looked like she had a couple of big bags of something and a couple of smaller items. After that he looked at her really quick and she seemed to have kind of a sad look on her face for some reason, so he tried to think of something to say to cheer her up.

"Not much, you got enough food for at least a couple of days. I wouldn't have been able to get any so I'm impressed" He said in an upbeat voice trying to cheer her up. As he walked over to where she was he seen that there were also a few bottle of something. Two he recognized as water and the other two he didn't recognize. Once he was standing right next too her he deliberately looked into the bag trying to looked really impressed, hoping to cheer her up. "Man, I'm really lucky to have you around, I wouldn't know what to do with myself if it wasn't for you." He said with a small grin on his face.

As James looked into the bag a thought popped int his head, how did she get the food. James didn't want to sound like he was making an accusation so he looked at her with curious eyes and asked in a curious tone" How did you get the food." while turning his head a little to the side.