Leader of the Universalists
Leader of the Universalists
Achieving the height of 7 ft, she has a very intimidating stature if meeting her for the first time. Auburn hair that changes in length depending on how I want to draw her, usually in a ponytail. Hair can become more wispy and curly when her power is at maximum, but very rare does this happen. Skin is fairly tan, with a narrow, soft-looking face. Her whole body is giant, taking in a more hour-glass figures. Not extremely buff, but has nice muscle tone underneath the softness.
Syriana is usually presumed to be the calm and mysterious leader of the Universalists, but with learning more about her, she isn't all that. She's always cracking a good (mostly bad) joke, and cracking herself up when she pulls the most harmless of pranks. She can't help it, but she's considerate of the ones around her not to do it quite often. Even with her sense of humor, Syriana does keep up with her mysterious side, only confiding her feelings to those close to her and is extremely attentive to the details in her environment. Especially good at reading people, even without her powers sensing a certain feeling from people.
Is somewhat social, but tends to rather like people-watching than actually converse. She does have a rather bad anger issue though, but after years of controlling herself, it's dimmed down. Though, people can tell when she's close as she becomes cold and intimidating, as she can also do when being deadly serious.
-Taking care of her team
-Tricks and Tomfoolery, especially fooling around with the enemies
-When everything goes according to her little plans
-Flying (Her spacecrafts, airplanes, etc)
-Failing a mission, whether it be from unseen circumstances or her own plans
-People she loves being hurt
-Those stupid prejudice universes that always seem to pop up everywhere (Over exaggerated stereotypes, tropes, etc)
-Very skilled in the art of combat, being as old as she is, and highly experienced in close combat
-Stealth missions, she is excellent in using her illusions to trick her foes into something else while she goes for the kill or just knocking them out
-Team strategies when more straight-forward, good but still needs work
-Leaning conversations towards what she wants/manipulation to get the information needed
-Anger issues, if they appear, can cause her to be too aggressive and chaotic towards her intended plans
-Whether that's good or bad is depending on the situation though
-Has a harder time going against people who are not affected by her illusions
-Can be affected by power draining abilities, slowly but surely
-Sometimes its hard to maneuver in tight situations when you're a giant 7ft alien lady (when not transformed)
-Can't transform into anything bigger than 7ft, no matter what the circumstance is
Has three separate abilities: Transformation, Illusions, and Advanced Teleportation. Her transformation lets her completely transform into anything she has scanned that is organic in nature. Human or animal, it doesn't matter, Syriana can do it. Unless it's 7ft over that is, a big downside of this. Otherwise, Syriana can seamlessly go into any situation as anyone but herself and blend in perfectly. Unless you have an acute sense of aura, in which she doesn't have one and could be spotted more easily. In her past life could transform into anything with ease, even with auras, but has deteriorated when her third power manifested.
Second power is illusions, which she can manipulate the five senses, sight, touch, smell, Hearing, and even taste. It comes gracefully with her transformation powers, and uses the most frequently. Is extremely potent, even towards others with a higher control of the sixth sense, but can be seen through by certain people. Or when the illusion is broken by a mistake, which isn't uncommon. This ability also gives her a vague sense of reading people's feelings, especially fear, but has not used that tactic in a long time and doesn't plan on it in the future unless absolutely necessary.
Third power is more of a side effect of [SPOILER], so isn't as comfortable using it as the others. Though, not to say it isn't power, with the ability to teleport anywhere given either coordinates or even just an assumption. She is able to do so from short distances, to even inter-dimensional, which is why it makes her power so unique. However, this added power has dampened the effect of her other abilities in its own way, and causes her a lot of pain if she uses the inter-dimensional side of this power too much.
What element would they be?
Control by Hasley
Deadly sin that best represents them?
Which animal would they be?
Either a lion or a fox idk
Trying out different aircrafts, pranks(Harmless)
Above Average (but it also depends on the situation)
Cake! Any kind she's not picky
Duel Gauntlets that can turn into either guns, swords, or chains.
Watermelon and rain
Quote / catchphrase
"Remember, this is an illusion. This is not real. This is the reality."
Least favorite color?
Fears or phobias?
Music they listen to?
Kind of student if they attend/were to attend school? (e.g. class clown, straight A)
Reluctant Class President who was probably only in this position because she's well liked
The reason why she is afraid of ghosts is because at first she was a Danny Phantom Mary-Sue OC.
Outlook on life?
What is something other people assume about your character?
Mysterious, not trust-worthy
Have they ever wanted to commit suicide?
Glass half full or half empty?
Do they stand up for what they believe in?
Passive, agressive, or defensive?
Cat or dog person?
Ranch or Italian dressing?
Is there one fictional character (print/stage/screen) you could compare them to?
Is their name a pun of anything?
Nope but some say it sounds like Syria
Are they ticklish?
Do they play any instruments?
She has a very good singing voice but can also play a mean bass
Coke or Pepsi?
Would they dare kill someone?