|So when's the main admin gonna be back?|
I have no idea. 0_o She was meant to be back last Tuesday I think but she hasn’t updated for awhile. But the admin most likely will be back soon!
|Yep! This is my blog, my only one for Tink.|
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|How active is this RP/how many members do you have? Thanks!|
Greetings we have about 48 characters each with varying degrees of activity. Some players are on hiatus but most of them are active daily/ second third daily etc. Thank you.
Tina “Tink” Belle || 16|| Troublemaker || Hometown: Baltimore Maryland || FC: Candice Accola || Closed || Track: X-men
Bio: No one knows why Tina was born smaller than average. She just was. Born to a local police officer and his wife, a cafe owner, they lived in the suburbs of Baltimore, their lives quiet…. that is, until Tink was 11. During the school day, her parents got a call from the school, saying that a boy who had picked on her during that year, was found shaking on top of the school. When asked how he got there, he refused to talk, until witnesses pointed out that Tink had something to do with it. When called in, the young boy screamed, running down the hall. She was pulled out of school for the day, her parents asking her how she did it.
Instead of saying anything, she snapped and the light broke behind them. Realizing that their daughter had abilities that most were incapable of, they sent her to a lab first, to see if there was an explanation. However, one of the days that Tina stayed there, she came across an experiment that altered a few aspects of her body: wings sprouted from her back as she screamed in pain and her reflex time and speed increased.
Knowing that their daughter was different and hearing from a friend of a special school for children like her, Tina was sent to the academy, where she is to learn how to control her powers. Though she refused to leave, things flying as she was dragged out of the house, her mom and dad have hope for her.
Abilities: Mystokinesis, flight, telekinesis, heightened speed and reflexes.
Leah || 15 (actually thousands of years old) || Troublemaker || Hometown: Asgard || FC: Alexandra Daddario || OPEN ||
Bio: A servant of Hela, Leah was initially tasked with assisting Loki against the forces of the Serpent. After the Serpent was defeated, Leah was left on Earth, with Loki arranging for her to stay in a cave near Asgard, much to her chagrin. She had assisted the de-aged God of Mischief several times, mostly using her magic powers since Loki doesn’t have his anymore.
She wasn’t pleased with Hela’s decision of staying in Asgard to assist Loki and she continuously remains cold and insults the Trickster. However, Loki stated that she was going to be his BFF, much to her confusion, and usually took her with him to Broxton and shared with her what he liked from Midgard, such as milkshakes and the Internet. He once stated that she was the coolest person in the Nine Realms.
It was hinted that she may have romantic feelings for Loki, though she denied it fiercely. Nevertheless, she appeared to be very protective of Loki as seen when she threw a human bully out a window with only one arm, after he had threatened to beat up Loki. Also, as a Dead’s Keeper, she didn’t need to sleep so she usually watched Loki’s room all night. It was also mentioned that they might have kissed.
Abilities: Asgardian Sorcery
Stephen Vincent Strange aka Doctor Strange || 50 (Actually around 100 years) || Sorcery Teacher || Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania || FC: Timothy Olyphant || OPEN ||
Bio: Stephen Strange was born to Eugene and Beverly Strange in 1930 while the couple was vacationing in Philadelphia. In 1932 Stephen’s sister Donna was born at the family’s Nebraska farm. Knowing that Strange was destined to become the next Sorcerer Supreme, resentful apprentice sorcerer Karl Mordo beset the child with demons from the age of eight through to adulthood, as he was jealous a kid would be better than him. Ultimately Strange was rescued by Mordo’s master, the Ancient One, mystic protector of the Earth-realm as the current Sorcerer Supreme. A year or two after this torment began, Stephen’s brother, Victor, was born. At age eleven Strange aided an injured Donna, an experience which ultimately fostered an interest in medicine. Strange entered New York College as a pre-med directly out of high school. Later, while home on vacation for his nineteenth birthday, Strange was swimming with Donna when she suffered a cramp. After a frantic search Stephen found her already drowned. The experience left him with a sense of personal failure that eroded his medical idealism.
Stephen earned his medical degree in record time and entered a five-year residency at New York Hospital, where his rapid success made him arrogant. Stephen’s mother Beverly died near the end of his residency, and work became more and more impersonal for the bereaved surgeon. Strange’s talent remained, however, and he became a wealthy and celebrated neurosurgeon before he turned thirty. Egotistical and greedy, cold and callous, Strange’s interest in his patients generally began and ended at his bill. The exception was Madeleine Revell, an injured United Nations translator whom he saved and fell in love with. Following a whirlwind romance and proposal, she left him due to his increasingly materialistic nature. Two years after his mother’s death, Strange’s father, Eugene also fell ill. Already crippled by grief over his mother’s death (though he would never admit it), Stephen was unable to face any more tragedy, and refused to visit Eugene’s deathbed. A few days later, an outraged Victor confronted Stephen in his apartment over his apparent lack of grief. Following the confrontation, Victor rushed from the apartment and into the path of an oncoming car. Victor died, and a guilt-wracked Stephen placed Victor’s body in cold storage, half-hoping that future breakthroughs could revive him.
Around 1963, Strange was involved in a debilitating car accident. Though surgeons were able to save Strange, the nerves in his hands were severely damaged. With his surgical career over and too vain to accept positions as a consultant or assistant, Strange exhausted his fortune following every rumored treatment, no matter how ineffective. In a matter of months the once wealthy surgeon became a derelict, and resorted to performing a number of shady medical procedures to survive (and pay his growing bar tabs). Strange’s guilt over the mistakes of his early life would come to weigh heavily upon him over the years, and his recollections of the time could not always be trusted.
After hearing rumors of the mystical Ancient One, Strange pawned his last possessions for a ticket to the East. Strange found the Ancient One’s Tibetan palace, but the aged sorcerer refused to cure him, instead offering to teach him in mysticism. Strange refused, but couldn’t leave immediately due to a sudden blizzard. While staying for the duration of the storm, Strange witnessed the Ancient One’s apprentice, Baron Mordo, secretly attack the teacher with mystically summoned skeletons, which the old man easily dispeled. Strange, his skepticism eroding, confronted Mordo about the treachery but Mordo responded with restraining spells that kept Strange from warning the Ancient One or attacking Mordo physically. Amazed by these displays of magic, Strange underwent a change of heart. Deciding that the only way to stop Mordo was to learn magic himself in order to challenge Mordo on his terms, Strange accepted the Ancient One’s offer. Pleased by Strange’s acceptance for unselfish reasons, the Ancient One removed the mystic restraints, explaining that he was well aware of Mordo’s treachery but prefered to keep Mordo close by in order to control and possibly change him.
The Ancient One had known of Strange and his potential to serve as the Sorcerer Supreme prior to even Strange’s first encounter with him, regarding his hidden prowess so highly that he rejected Damien Hellstrom for Strange as his pupil. The Ancient One had planned to make Dr. Strange his successor.
Strange studied magic under the Ancient One for seven years and returned to the United States in the 1970s. Strange became a mystic consultant, establishing his Sanctum Sanctorum in New York’s Greenwich Village. He was attended by Wong, latest in a centuries-old bloodline that had served the Ancient One, and who had became both Strange’s servant and his friend.
Abilities: Doctor Strange is one of the most powerful sorcerers in existence. Like most sorcerers, he draws his power from three primary sources: the invocation of powerful mystic entities or objects, the manipulation of the universe’s ambient magical energy, and his own psychic resources. Strange’s magical repertoire includes energy projection and manipulation, matter transformation, animation of inanimate objects, teleportation, illusion-casting, mesmerism, thought projection, astral projection, dimensional travel, time travel and mental possession, to name a few. The full range of his abilities is unknown. Doctor Strange’s powers are sometimes less effective against strictly science-based opponents, although he can overcome this limitation with effort.
|Could you by any chance get a Doctor Strange bio? I think some of the people here need his help......|
I defiantly will!
Odin Borson || Centuries Old || Vistior (Parent) || Hometown: Asgard || FC: Anthony Hopkins || OPEN ||
Bio: Odin the All-Father’s true origin was shrouded in mystery, often only delivered in short stories by Odin himself. Odin was presumed to be the son of Bor (father, one of the first Asgardians) and Bestla (mother, a mountain giantess). Bor and Bestla had two other sons, Vili and Ve. According to myth and legend, Vili, Ve, and Odin journeyed into the realm of Surtur when they were younger. Vili and Ve sacrificed themselves to allow Odin to escape from Surtur’s realm. Upon their deaths, Odin’s own godly attributes were increased as a result of his brother’s powers joining with his. Recently, the Serpent was released from a prison under the oceans claiming to be the elder brother of Odin.
Odin is the father of Thor , and the adoptive father of Loki, whom he took as his own after he his father, the Storm Giant Laufey had fallen in battle.
As with other Asgardians born after Buri, Odin and his pantheon had undergone several reincarnation over the millenia. The earliest recorded reference to the Asgardian pantheon took place around 10,000 BCE, when Odin and several of his kinsmen were invoked by humans.
Odin, the son of Bor, the grandson of Buri, had many unrecorded adventures. Among these were his battle against Rimthursar (which preceded Thor’s birth), the battle with Kryllik and his trolls, his encounter with Fear and Desire, meeting Millennius, his defeat of the Mangog, and the imprisonment of a snow giant.
Odin was often accompanied by his ravens Hugin (Thought) and Munin (Memory), and well as the wolves Freki (Greedy) and Geri (Ravenous).
At one point, Odin decided that it was time for his son Thor to learn humility. Odin had Thor surrender his hammer to him, and then sent him to Earth in the mortal guise of a crippled young teenage student named Donald Blake, stripped of his memory (again) of his true identity. As Blake, Thor learned the value of humble perseverance in dealing with his injured leg, and he came to care for the sick and dying. After Thor had spent a few years in the role of Blake, Odin planted within Blake’s mind the suggestion to take a vacation in Norway. There Blake encountered a party of alien Kronans, also known as the Stone Men from Saturn, and rediscovered his magical hammer Mjolnir.
Odin continued to take a great interest in his son’s life, even though there was often friction between them because of Thor’s love for Earth and its inhabitants. When Thor fell in love with Jane Foster, Odin disapproved and went to great lengths to break the relationship: He sent Loki to persuade the Enchantress to travel to Earth and seduce Thor, and when that failed, Odin even traveled to Earth himself, which caused Loki to abuse his absence to try and claim the Asgardian throne for himself.
Abilities: Odin possessed all the conventional attributes of an Asgardian God. However, as the King of the Asgardians, many of these attributes were significantly superior than those possessed by the majority of his race.