Kairi Jones

I'm old enough to know better, but young enough to do it anyway.

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a character in “X-Men: Dawn of a New Era”, as played by Elyon


I'm old enough to know better, but young enough to do it anyway.
Name: Kairi Kimi Jones
Nickname: Kai, Jones
Age: 15
Gender: Female

Sexuality: Sexuality is never something Kairi has explored. She finds both men and women attractive, but still isn't certain.

Clothing Style: Kairi wears skinny jeans, sweat pants, or a skirt interchangeably, but she is ALWAYS wearing a bright colored shirt. If it is cold, then she just tosses on a hoodie, no matter the weather or degree.

Face Claim: Vica Kerekes

+ Exploring
+ Being Outside
+ Rain
+ Cuddling

- Rude People
- Spiders
- Water
- Being Let Down

* Exploring for hidden passagways
* Gardening
* Acting out Shakespearean plays
* Walking around in the woods

* Bubbly
* Young and Naive
* Warm and Inviting
* Curious

+ Intangibility
+ Healing

- She also has trouble making sure the things touching her are intangible too. More than a few times her clothes have been left behind.
- She can only heal other, not herself. Healing takes a lot of energy and concentration.
- She has low esteem about her powers. She feels useless to others since her powers are passive.


History: Kairi, being the second youngest in a family of 5 children, was no stranger to having a busy life with lots of interaction. However, of the bunch, she was the only mutant. Her family loved and respected her as they always had and they went on with life as normal. Her father, Brian, was the only lawyer in the small town in which they lived, but he did a damned good job. Her mother, Mary, had owned a successful diner for many years. When Cassie, the oldest, was born, Mary sold the diner and stayed at home. After Cassie came Nate and Jake, the twins are the biggest troublemakers and often team up to torment their sisters. Then, Kairi was born and she was quickly followed by Tyler. Tyler is shaping up to be like his older brothers. Cassie and Kairi were as close as twins, seeing as the REAL twins were always involving their younger brother in their schemes. They are bestfriends and confidants.

Kairi first started showing signs of her powers by healing her siblings of minor injuries. When she turned 2, she began phasing out of her crib and sometimes through the floor. She was never hurt, but her parents were frightened by her lack of control. Not knowing what else to do, her parents practied with her until she was able to at least hide her abilities most of the time.

When Kairi was 5 years old, tragedy struck. Her mother had finally given into the cancer that had been plaguing her for years. On her deathbed, while everyone else was out, Mary reveiled to Kairi that Grandma Bunker, her maternal grandmother, had also been a mutant. Kairi, was confused about this information. She wasn't sure if she was relieved that she wasn't the only one or angry that everyone had hid it from her. Being 5, she was mostly angry and refused to speak with anyone the rest of the day. The next day, her mother died as she held her hand.

Now that she is a young adult, she has better control of her phasing powers, but it still leaves a lot of room for improvement. She convinced her father to let her attend the mutant school in hopes of one day integrating herself into normal society like the rest of her family.

Alliance: Good guys

So begins...

Kairi Jones's Story

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Character Portrait: Kairi Jones

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Kairi was failing at sitting still in her seat. She had been sitting in the same seat, looking at pretty much the same scenery for going on 8 hours. She was itching to be outside or looking at something other than asphalt and the occasional cow.

Mistaking her fidgeting for nerves, her sister, Cassie, said, "You're going to do great, Kai." She grabbed Kairi's hand, but kept her eyes on the road. Kairi just smiled in response.

Honestly, Kairi was excited to attend the school. There were all manor of people to meet and things to see. She had never lived in a mansion before and she was certain there would be secret passages. Sure, she would miss her family, but living in a small town was not her style. She had already seen everything there was to see.

The bushes gave way to the opening of a driveway. Through the trees, she could see the house. Yes, there would be a lot to see. Cassie teared up as the pulled into the drive.

When they pulled up to the house, Kairi turned and gave her sister a hug. "Don't worry about me," she said. Cassie nodded, knowing she was right, but still missed her best friend.

Kairi has never really said good bye to Cassie. They had gone to summer camp together, and Cassie still lived at home to take care of their dad. She got out of the car and took her bags from the trunk. Not wanting to cause a scene, she just waved farewell with tears in her eyes. She watched Cassie drive away and picked up her bags.

"What have I done?"