Liberty "Libby" Anne Whitaker Occupation:
Libby has long dark hair that falls midway down her back. Her shapely figure often draws stares from the young gentleman of the school, but the teacher is oblivious to their stares. She dresses in whatever she likes ranging from simple jeans and a tee shirt to long flowing dresses that turn every head on campus. History:
Born and raised in a small town, Liberty was always the dramatic type. She loved to play pretend and dress up well into high school and quickly discovered a love for the theatre. Her good looks and creativity quickly got her parts in her high school productions and after she graduated Libby went to New York City to pursue a degree in theatre.
While she was successful in the big city, Libby quickly found that city life drove her up a wall. After a year of working in various off-Broadway productions she decided to go back to school and got her master's degree in theatre with an emphasis in directing. When she finished, she began teaching at a small, rural university that appealed to her small town roots.
Libby was doing well in her chosen career when out of the blue she received a letter from Sakura Fubuki University inviting her to become the new head of their theatre department. At first, she didn't like the idea but eventually her curiosity got the better of her and Liberty went to see this new campus. She fell in love and took the job along with a significant pay raise. Soulblade:
An intricately carved glaive that is nearly as tall as the woman herself. The glaive is engraved with horrific monsters and heroes that seem to move with a life of their own. While not sentient, the bow does seem to whisper to anyone who comes near it whispering of horrible fates and occasionally offering advice on how to defeat a monster. Special Power:
Body Snatching. Libby can slip into another being's body and control their actions. Alternately, she can slip into someone's mind and observe their thoughts and actions much as they do. Both of these options are mitigated by the person's ability to detect her presence and throw her off. Of course when she takes over someone's mind, they immediately become aware of her presence. Depending on their strength of spirit they may or may not be able to force her out of their mind. However, when Libby enters the mind of another it leaves her own body vulnerable. If she takes over someone completely, she becomes catatonic. If she simply looks through their eyes, she becomes blind. When poking through someone's mind, she seems distracted and far away although she can perceive things going on around her as if they were far off.