There was a glaring mistake in my Prologue, I called the Angels Harborers instead of Angels, and this is because of another story line I've went down with this RP before, and it revealed that specific factions of Angels are called Harborers. But since we are new with this one, they will just be called Angels.
Vanessa comes off as a total valley girl on first glance, hyper out of her mind, but once you get to know her, you'll discover her placant, deeper (and sometimes a bit nerdy!) personality. Since being taken, she is much more jittery and on edge than usual, but this is to be expected.
Vanessa, a middle child in a family of fun loving knuckle-heads, was the top of her class back in her tiny home village, a beautiful place right on the edge of the plains, and had a running record for beating other students at trivia games hands down. She misses her life, her mother, and her family dearly, and considers honoring their memory more important than anything, even more important than escaping from this hell.
Elemental control over light...nothing major (like making the sun rise), but quite small, like bringing a flame of light to a dark room or turning electric lighting systems on or off with her mind.
Imogen Heap- First Train Home
Deeia wears an elegant and silky white lab coat, with a black bow-like brooch attacked to the collar of his green shirt. He wears long black gloves better suited for industrial work than medical experimentation, and black pants. His boots are steel-toed. As far as looks go, Deeia is the very personification of the "Angel" beauty stereotype: his light-skinned face is long and seductive, every feature perfectly defined and symmetrical. His eyes are a firey orange. His hair, so long that even when he does it up in braids, it falls past his hips--- is a brilliant green-blue color. The only thing that seems to detract from his beauty would have to be the fluffy ears and tail he posseses.
Deeia is a fun-loving soul who wakes up every morning on the right side of the bed, bright and cheerful and ready to exclaim: "Today is a great day for science!" every time he goes to work. He loves reminiscing about the good 'ol days in college working twoards his major, and his true love from back then, Anna. He wonders deeply if she'll ever come back to him. Now that he has found a high-ranking job courtesy of this major, he seems to love it. In fact, he adores pestering and experimenting on these children. He has grown attached to one child in particular, a girl named Mondenkind, and thinks of her as an odd sort of daughter.
Killswitch Engage- My Curse