'Alter Ego Costume and mask'Dora McCallisterAlter Ego:
Dora McCallisterAlignment: CapeGender:
Hertero, Bi-Curious (Perhaps a 2 on the Kinsey scale)No-No's
Vore, Gore and BorePersonality:
Forthright, Brave, Somewhat overconfident and headstrong, Caring, Thoughtful, with great Integrity
'Secret IdentitySecret Identity occupation:
Student, Part time Bikini BaristaBackground
Dora McCallister is a serious Computer Assisted Design Student, and has been for over 6 years.
Her parents were able to pay for her younger brother's college scholarship, (which he ended up turning into a route into minor league baseball,) but financial difficulties arose making it impossible for them to support her as well. So she told them that she would manage herself somehow.
Moving to this port city to put herself through college was not easy, and supporting herself in a job she can stand even harder. She's worked many 'customer service' jobs that turned out to be basically pushy sales jobs instead, something that her sense of self would not allow her to do. Jobs that she felt were worthy of her, she either was not qualified for, or rejected her because of her beauty. Thus her 4 year degree was still a year away, with 6 years spent on and off campus.
Food service seemed at least somewhat within her ethical mindset, and while she was reluctant, her beauty finally landed her a job at a Bikini Barrista place near the ferry. To her own surprise, what she wore for the customers did not factor in barely as much as she imagined.
Then came the day she was assaulted after work by a regular 'customer/stalker', that had been bugging her to take off her bikini for serious tips. She had always refused politely, but the night came that he did not take no for an answer.
In her desperation, her mind flashed to her latest computer design project, where she was creating 'solid' objects for a video game she and several of her peers were working on together.
To her shock, she 'saw' an overlay of the design in her mind, and the stalker ran into the, too him, invisible object she'd envisioned.
Being drunk, he bashed his nose into it fairly hard, and went down, unconscious.
Experimenting the next day, she found, that if she could imagine it properly, she could create and control invisible, yet quite real objects, though they seemed to have no mass, but would just float in place until she moved them herself, either through imagination or with the lightest touch of her finger.
Days later, the heroine 'Mythral' registered with the local police as a Cape. Her costume came from the fact that several of her college classmates were semi-regulars at her place of work, but none had ever recognized her yet. She added the mask out of a realization someone might take pictures of her alter-ego.