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Bolt-Action Rifle "Lee Widowmaker"Specialization:
Unlike her idol Irvine Kinneas she's very calm and cool, and keeps her head together under pressure. Rather than good-natured joking and flirting, she tends to be fairly serious other than a little snarking here and there. Admittedly, she occasionally throws out a joke . . but it tends to be awkwardly timed and completely deadpan, so we try not to dwell on those. She gets aggrevated by people who don't take their work seriously, and tend to goof off. Valor is her virtue of choice, and she's never one to back out of a challenge! Something she likes to keep secret though is her habit of keeping overly detailed diaries.Backstory:
A little less than 30 years ago, after the defeat of Ultimecia, Irvine Kinneas left Balamb Garden to return to Galbadia. Roughly 10 years ago, he finally returned to Balamb Garden with a little girl carrying a large rifle in tow, and an expression of exasperation. At some point during Irvine's travels around Galbadia and Centra, he impressed a young girl with his magnificent gunplay. That day was the day his nightmare began, as a little girl with a junky revolver began to follow him from town to town begging to be taught his techniques.
At first it was a little cute, having a kid apparently idolize him. When she started trying to fight wild monsters with a rusty gun, regardless of how strong they were? That's when the problems happened. Rather than just leave and risk the child getting herself killed trying to emulate him, he handed her one of his older rifles and brought her to Balamb Garden. After all, under the watchful gaze of SeeD, there was a much lower chance of her attacking a red dragon and being eaten. After some . . convincing, and assuring her that there were people far more impressive than him, she eventually agreed to attend the Garden and try to become a SeeD.
Milly quickly began to excel in her studies and most combat training exercises, but proved to be lagging behind in teamwork and Magic/GF training. After years of almost exclusively talking to just her father mostly, she had . . issues with making friends and teaming up. Over the years she's slowly managed to come out of her shell (Sort-of) and improve her teamwork, learning to cover people with her rifle so they can safely manuever in close range. Irvine's influence in her combat style is clear, as she copies his stylish gunslinging rather well, despite using a rifle rather than a shotgun. She's eager to graduate, and show off to that flighty jerk that dropped her off here how amazing she's gotten, assuming she can find wherever he's wandered off to this time . . .Appearance:
It should be noted that she loathes the school uniform requirements, and tends to 'forget' it whenever possible, or cover it up with her rather stylish coat. Because of this and her unrepentant attitude about it, she's a relatively frequent candidate for disciplinary action.
Meteor Master is an offshoot of the Tonberry race, looking more like an alien than a normal Tonberry. It hovers about on top of it's halo, with a floating crystal lantern and oddly-shaped knife floating alongside it's body, a bright glowing ball attached to it's head. It prefers the high mountaintops to other areas, as if it's trying to get into space, maybe back to the moon. It's generally a rather lazy creature, that just likes to hover around and peoplewatch, though if attacked it can occasionally fly into a rather dangerous rage. Though it can shoot flames from it's lantern, and attack with it's knife, the real threat comes from the ball on it's head.Bonus:
Meteor Master, unlike what you'd think a Tonberry would do, grants a large bonus to physical and magical defense, and only a minor offensive bonus.Special Attack:
Meteor Mash- When Meteor Master is summoned it gathers up a large amount of energy in the orb on it's head, before shooting it up into the clouds. With an explosion of light a meteorite parts the clouds and falls to earth, smashing an enemy or tightly grouped pack of enemies. Of course, this all assumes that Meteor Master actually bothers with an attack. 1/3rd of the time he'll just make a half-assed stab attempt at a nearby enemy, and another 1/3rd of the time he'll just wander off to take a nap somewhere. Milly really dislikes her GF's flighty attitude.