~ ~ ~ Splicer by Swordsman18 ~ ~ ~
Dr. John/Jane JonesUsername:
Stephen Dorff, Anna TorvAge:
30 on paper, physically too variableSexuality:
Bisexual Switch when Jane, Heterosexual Dominant when JohnMorality:
When in a strictly human form, Dr. Jones does their best to look rather normal. Since how they look is constantly changing they do not possess any tattoos or noticeable scars. When in the either of their preferred human forms their eyes are hazel with an amber tint in the light. Otherwise it is hard to distinguish them as possibly being the same person considering the different genders and builds. However pictures of them side by side make them appear to be relatives of some kind.Persona:
Originally, Dr. Jones had been a person who intended to do good. All they wanted to do was to make things better for people. They wanted to provide a way for people to become the best they could. But something changed them. Now they care little for providing it by choice and instead want to force people to see their viewpoint. Brutal science and efficiency were the new ways forward for them. Their primary goals are to capture, study and experiment. History:
Who came first John or Jane? A hard question to answer since the answer one will receive is that they are who they are. However records do not lie like people do. Jane Jones was born to a single mother whose father had run out on her. Her mother worked hard as a waitress and dealer at a club for a Mafia family in one of the poorer parts of New York. Over the years Jane's mother dated all sorts of mobster types who were all in the Family. So their quality of life went up and down depending on who her mother was dating at the time. Yet Jane learned to be an independent kid by the age of ten. Every morning she made herself breakfast and got herself off to school. Her mother looking long hours, she was not there for Jane in terms of quality time but she did give Jane the things she needed to live. No one could fault her mother for that. Neither did Jane who enjoyed what time she got with her mother while primarily relying on TV to entertain her.
It was through TV, primarily the Discovery Science Channel, that she learned all sorts of things about the world and the findings that were being made. Jane wanted to be a scientist like them and started to push herself to get better at science and math. Two years into her journey when she should have puberty, she learned that she herself was a bit of a scientific anomaly. Jane who looked perfectly female had XY chromosomes rather than XX as she should have. A doctor explained to her and her mother that she had Complete Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome. It was a genetic defect that made it so that the androgens which should have made little Jane into little John were completely neglected by her system. So she developed like a girl in the absence of these androgens. To help her go through a proper puberty as a girl she was going to need a bit of hormone treatment. Otherwise her body would not be sufficient to supply the hormones to give her a proper puberty. So she took the treatment and any others that the doctors suggested. And by the time she was 17, she was like any other girl her age.
Jane's defect led her into her specific path in science. She wanted to truly understand why genetic defects and diseases occurred. So she studied hard and got into college where she did well because she had a passion for what she was doing. By the time she was 24 she had her dissertation written and her doctorate given to her. Much of her money from work in a genetics lab was passed down to her mother, who was finally able to no longer live a life of hardship. One day, she started to mess around with a sample sent into the lab from one of the Triumphant. Jane was rather amazed at how perfect the genome appeared to be. If only more people were able to adapt like this heroine then there would be so many more less issues in the world. And so Jane made that her life's work. To do what was needed to make the human genetic code more adaptable. Considered mad by her colleagues and friends, she was only able to experiment on herself. In researching her own genetic code, she discovered that she possessed the superheroine gene as many in her community called it. Except there was one big issue. Jane was not genetically female. Any males that expressed this gene so far went crazy.
There was nothing she could do about it. No therapy or engineering existed to be able to give her only two X chromosomes. Understanding that she could very well lose everything Jane put herself through gene therapy and accompanying stress treatment to activate her gene. When she was done, it appeared nothing had happened but then she noticed something. An inherent understanding of how DNA mixed together to make a being. Over time she experimented with this on herself, changing her hair color, eye color and over time increasing her natural intelligence more and more. She even learned how to stop her own genetic degradation effectively ending her aging process. And this is when John was first sighted. She learned to fix her androgen insensitivity to make herself into a proper man. She chronicled all of the psychological and physiological changes she experienced when she was John eventually publishing a study on the effects of the superheroine gene on men. For a while this is how her life continued until she discovered that she could actively change the genetic code of other animals. Thus she bred "perfect" mice and rats by making them genetically perfect. When she published this, the government became rather interested in her. They wanted her to make their female soldiers into heroines.
While she wanted to do human trials, she wanted to do it for curing disease and genetic defects, not war or combat. Their interest bred the interest of other international powers that were less than savory. So Jane ran while along the way healing people in clinics and the like as a sort of good Samaritan. Jane was pushed to limits and had to protect herself. So she learned how to become monstrous to instill fear and gain inhuman physical ability. She never killed anyone. She refused to go that far. Injuries were incurred but no one died. Still the Triumphant themselves were sent after her. She fought them time and time again as she sought to understand how to make the world better for everyone. No one understood the good doctor or what they hoped to accomplish which is why they were... (GM Information)
Recently, it appeared that the Splicer took on a more extreme measures of grabbing heroines and experimenting on them to find and create what they call perfection. No one is truly sure why they decided to take that action. Some believe it was the influence of Quantum. Others believe that it was just that they decided to no longer be a victim of circumstance. Whatever it was, it appeared that the Splicer truly was a villain.Weapons/Tech:
Communicator - Linked up to Quantum and the other villainsPowers
Enhanced Healing - Modification of their genetic code meant they can heal faster than most. And usually damage does not last when they change forms.
Agelessness - They will never age again as their DNA never degrades.
Genetic Manipulation - They can change their own genetic code and that of others through physical contact leading to all sorts of changes in the body and mentality of the subject.
-Adaptation - Splicer is not limited to human forms. Instead, they can change into any number of physical forms that can be super-humanly strong and endurant as they are based on animals and other life forms.
-Replication - Splicer can copy the genetic code of another individual and become that individual. In the case of superheroines, they may have their genes but they do not have the powers of the individuals because they need their own to be dominant in order to change.
-Modification - Splicer can modify the genetic code of other human beings changing things like their physical attributes, mentality and while she could in theory take their powers away. She would never do that because she sees superheroines as the goal to be achieved.Weaknesses:
Quasi-Immortal - Agelessness and immunity to disease are only two out of the three things necessary to be immortal. Splicer still bleeds and be hurt by physical trauma. So it is possible to incapacitate them.
Concentration - To modify their own or others genetic code takes concentration. One mess up can lead to someone not being human anymore or not even being genetically stable any longer.
Not Out For Blood - Splicer is not angry nor vengeful against the heroines, all they desire is as many genetic samples as necessary to make the perfect human genetic code that still allows for physical variance.On's and Off's:
While these are copied from Bombshell's sheet, in this case it is both something I want them to do and if someone wants to do them upon Jane. When John is out, he is strictly a dominant heterosexual man.
On's: the rough stuff, hair pulling, face fucking, humiliation, face slapping, bondage, rough sex, anal, oral, DP, TP, being shared, tight clothing, clothing chosen for me, public sex, orgasm control or denial. cum inflation, bondage, immobilization, oviposition, tentacles.
Limits are: Bathroom stuff, vore, gore