Alright... How do you like these apples!? Eheh, sorry, I saw this RP and was interested in the concept. If she doesn't work, tell me and I'll see what I can do about that!
Edit: Sorry about the anime character, by the way. I couldn't find any physical face-claims off the top of my head. I can change it later if needed.
"Addie" or "D.D."Rank:
FemaleTheme Music: Spider Dance ft. Toby Fox, by Gooseworx
More In-depth KnowledgeFace Claim:
Adima is a mid-size, 5'3 female human with platinum blond hair and a smile on her face that suggests she already knows what you're going to say. Sometimes, she actually does. Her pale, smooth skin is unfettered by neither scars nor callouses, and her soft blue eyes are constantly alight with carefully processed information.Personality:
Adima is very full of herself. Despite her lack of physical strength, this confidence is rather well-founded; there is very little she can't understand easily. From her perspective, she considers herself a 'good' person, but her version of being 'good' is little more than 'being like Adima'. That said, she's a rather manipulative for her age, and much more willing to bribe others and call in favors than actually do work for herself. "Friends" are people that are willing enough to help Adima rise through the ranks in return for her various 'favors'. She is very generous with her allies and is willing to make that quite clear early on. Basically, working alongside her incurs double the effort, but also double the reward.Strengths:
Adima is smart. That's her greatest ability, and that alone (along with a very charitable donation) has earned her a place at Trinity. Her intelligence, to put it lightly, is very nearly boundless. She can read books in minutes, has an eidetic memory, and can solve pi to as many digits as you'd care to ask. Already, she is known in several mathematical communities for solving the Hodge Conjecture and the Reimann hypothesis. Her intelligence extends to social situations as well; she considers herself very adept at what she calls "reading faces". When it comes time to actually engage in combat, Adima's ability to devise plans and ingenious traps are always handy, even if her actual battle prowess is not.
Also, as a result of fantastic buisness sense and the reintroduction of several lost technologies, Adima has a fairly large amount of cash to throw around on a whim. She's a rich girl, tried and true.
Charms and Allure abilities, such as the ones Vampires use, are things that Adima's superior mental fortitude has an incredibly high resistance to. They are made for the weaker-minded, after all. Unlike her feeble flesh, Adima's brain is anything but.Weaknesses:
Adima has zero combat potential. She lacks any kind of special abilities, combat skills, and hasn't learned any kind of magic (yet). To top it all off, she has next to no physical strength. Beyond her wealth and intelligence, she's really just a normal girl.Powers: Type:
Adima isn't a fighter, but she can supply
others with the tools needed to win. And, if she can't find that tool, she can certainly invent it, given the time.
- Super-Genius: It's hard to overstate Adima's intelligence, other than it's the only thing she has going for her. If Adima reads something, she can recall it from memory on the spot. If she witnesses the entirety of a ritual, she can reproduce it perfectly the first time. She can read the rules for a board-game she's never played, and be on the level of a grand-master after a few games. And, of course, a game of Chess against her is basically an exercise in futility.
- Plenty of Dosh: Lets not beat around the bush here. Adima is rich, and knows people with access to otherwise unobtainable items. Need one of those exceedingly rare "gun" things? Adima can get a gun. Need cartridges for that gun? Adima can give you some of course; for a price. So long as someone is willing to help her pass classes and rise in tiers, Admia can provide the means to let her close allies rise right along with her.
- Researcher and Inventor: Are you up against an unknown enemy with a simply ludicrous Danger Threat? Adima, with enough info and time to research, has a high chance of providing a solution to such a foe. Perhaps, she could even build the perfect macguffin to weaken it.
Adima comes from a poor human family, but she's certainly never let that stop her. She graduated primary school at the age of ten, and used the next 5 years and the sparkling reccommendation from her school system to do work as an actuary for several local businesses. After gaining those buisness's trust as a closest thing to an economic soothsayer that humanity can produce, she convinced a technology-reclaiming company to let her use their lab for a time. She ended up creating very functional blueprints of forgotten medical tech, such as heart-meters and respirators, and essentially launched the company into a whole new market for supplying much-needed medical hardware to the world, earning the company owners absolutely /filthy/ amounts of money. Adima didn't get quite as much as that, but she did get a very considerable bonus. Enough to enroll at Trinity, to be sure. Also maybe buy a mansion... Or three.
For Adima, Trinity Academy is merely a brief stepping-stone towards bigger and greater things. Eventually, she intends to graduate and use the academy's influence to negotiate military research contracts. In the end, she wants to stop solving equations on a chalkboard and get to building the really scary
kinds of technology; the kind of stuff that will bring true order to this mad world. Likes:
Books, Computers, Lost technology, LaboratoriesDislikes:
Physical labor, sweating, running, hiking, etc.Player Ons:
Female characters, BDSM (as a top)Player Offs:
Male charactersCharacter Ons:
People that, science permit, can actually keep up with her smarts. Failing that dazzlingly high standard, she likes the type of people willing to admit to her obvious superiority.Character Offs:
Idiots and Brash personalitiesRelations:
None so farAdditional:
The GM, of course, has the final say in what Adima can learn, buy, research, etc. I don't know everything about the IC world, after all