Appearance: The quintessential blonde, blue-eyed, and fair-skinned maiden. Her hair is tied into a ponytail with a purple ribbon.
Apparel: Blue suede shin-length robes, long leather boots with slightly raised heels, and a steel pin bearing the crest of House Farner.
Resorbent Soul / Vanguard Revenant
At 6 energy, she enters the Vanguard Revenant state, gaining 6 speed and superhuman strength, becoming as strong as 3 people combined. Each point of energy she gains or loses from that threshold will increase or decrease her speed respectively, down to a minimum of 6 speed. The Vanguard Revenant state drains 1 energy/post, and will end once her energy reaches 0 again. All of her abilities are derived from the durability of her soul, and thus, their power magnitudes scale on her defense, not her energy.
Trial by Fire
(Don’t Fear) the Reaper
Contains the following:
- Weapon: a 9 feet long spear with a hardwood shaft.
- Spell: Soulspitter: Costs 1 defense, withdraws a portion of the user’s soul energy in liquid form, allowing them to shoot it from their fingers. The element of this basic spell is most closely related to the user’s soul energy.
In reality, the details of Justice’s birth and childhood are quite bizarre. They remain unknown to the general public, although many noble family members remain privy to them. During her noble mother’s pregnancy, an old attending wizard sensed and proclaimed that there was a child in her belly that held the latent magical capacity of two people.
Indeed, Justice was born as two dark-haired young boys, Eustace and Julius, who were fused together by the hip and all the way up to the shoulder. It was a miracle that they survived beyond birth to begin with. Julius was the stronger of the two, and often seemed to get upset when Eustace cried, sometimes beating him over the head with his small fist. Eustace became weaker with each passing day, but this foreboded that if Eustace died, so would Julius. A secretive ritual was scheduled for the two boys to be split apart by a distant necromancer, as someone quite adept in the manipulation of the dead would be familiar with complicated healing rituals. Their cries blurred into soft yelps, and on the day of the ritual, the two were found dead in their crib.
Grieving parents set a date for their children's funeral and sent the corpse away to be prepared. As the embalmer put on his gloves before entering his work room, he was surprised to discover not the corpse of two fused brothers, but a young girl with bright blonde hair and equally bright blue eyes sitting up on the examination table.
Immediately, he demanded to know who she was and what she did with the corpse. The tinted windows were still locked from the inside, and the staff on site did not report any intruder or necromancer entering the grounds.
The child steadily locked eyes with the embalmer before declaring that her name is Justice, and that she ate the two sons.
The only thing that House Farner knows for certain is that the girl carries mostly identical magical energy as the two brothers before her.