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Oct. 21st, 2017 02:15 pm
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OUT OF CHARACTER
Player Name: Kerry
Are you 16 or older: Yes
Contact: skittys#2174 ( discord )
Current Characters: Ana Amari
Tag: helen magnus

IN CHARACTER
Name: Helen Magnus
Canon: Sanctuary
Canon Point: Point in time character is pulled from.
Age: 160

History: wikia

Personality:
One of the first things to know and remember about Helen is that she is first and foremost a Victorian woman. While she may not hold high many of the standards expected of a woman from that time it doesn't change her upbringing and overall demeanour, and whilst she has adapted to integrate herself with the changing times she is still the same woman at heart. She is a particularly private person, a mix from her need for privacy in her work, her experiences but also due to her upbringing. Helen doesn't talk freely about her feelings and will take care of others before herself. If Helen does talk about herself or her past it is usually in brief detail and the conversation is rapidly cut short if it takes a turn into matters that she is unwilling to discuss. Even those that Helen considers herself friends with know very little about her life, barring her long-standing friends.

Etiquette is something that Helen holds to the highest regard and will let you know should something that you do or say cross her boundaries into disrespect or bad etiquette. A testament to this was in an alternate timeframe when, even though the world was ending, Helen requested that the young girl that she was with told her her name – stating that ❝ proper etiquette would be to offer your name in return ❞. Helen also has a lot of pride for herself and her work and does not take kindly to anyone demeaning that or her authority. She's an intelligent woman and very loyal - if she cares about you or you're a friend she will protect you and will do so regardless of any other influences. Helen employs a strong "do no harm" ethic due to her status as a medical doctor and her wish to protect any abnormal and person. She is unwilling to harm or even kill any individual without a spectacularly good reason, often placing her own life in danger above that of whom she would rather save, an example of this being John Druitt whom she has tried to save for over a century despite his actions towards herself and others.

In her work Helen employs some strict sensibilities which aide in protecting both her work and her patients. While she may not relax often, and only takes a weekend long break every seven years, Helen does know how to relax and enjoy herself. She knows how to make light of a situation and has a distinctive sense of humour, though it's only seen when the time is appropriate. As well as being protective over people’s lives she is also protective over their beliefs or interests. Helen has long understood the personal dangers of the job, the lack of being able to communicate it to others ( ❝ dinner parties are hell ❞ ) and allows her staff the relaxation and personal time that they so need. Her protective nature is also very compassionate and though it may be hard for Helen to relate to others she does truly try.

Helen is a strong woman both physically and mentally. It takes a lot for Helen to lose control over herself in a situation or to act rashly or without calm. One thing, or rather person, which does alter this is Helen's daughter Ashley. Whenever Ashley is in danger, or even when she was kidnapped by the Cabal, Helen fought for her and even placed her work in danger to rescue her daughter. Another individual who causes Helen to lose clarity in situations is John Druitt. Despite his actions Helen was unable to fully sever her feelings for him or truly hate him due to their past, instead burying them deep. Whilst Helen may have feared John when he first came back into her life, his actions and events that unfolded have shown that he will not hurt her or the Sanctuary. While she may not fully be able to trust him, Helen is able to place enough trust in him to allow him to help. Her own actions of wishing to help him shows that she does still care for him also, whether or not she will admit it.

Helen is an incredibly proud woman, something that she has been ever since she was a young girl. One thing that Helen prides herself on most is her knowledge and skills, as along with day to day life she requires them for her work. She is also proud of them because they are statements of what she has accomplished in life and her dedication to what she does. Helen is dedicated not only to her work but also to those that are involved in it. It is her job to protect not only her patients but those that she works with.

Helen is also incredibly stubborn and has admitted that she is incredibly used to gtting her own way, and it has been mentioned that there hasn't been a compromise that she hasn't just steamrollered through. By having worked independently for so long (despite the government funding) Helen has been able to act for herself and built up the Sanctuary Network through her determination. An example of this is when Helen first studied to become a doctor. Despite having the knowledge, skill and becoming licensed the Royal College refused to allow Helen to practise medicine, although that did not cease Helen nor her quest to become a practising doctor. Helen requested that her father share his work with her and began to help him research, later legally practising medicine after further laws changed and she was permitted to do so.

Although Helen doesn't regret her actions that brought about her longevity there are many things in her life and many actions that she has taken that she does regret. She has commented that in her life she has taken many risks, but after having to 'watch' her life for 113 years (after travelling back in time), this has allowed her to see that not all of the decisions that she has made were the best choices ( ❝ watching everything unfold again, for better or worse. Watching every mistake I made play out again. I had to let terrible things happen, Will, and do nothing to change them ❞ ).

Due to Helen's extended life she has seen the world change many times and knows that she will again. Though she keeps herself apprised of global affairs, mainly to protect the abnormal community, Helen herself is less involved with them than she was in past years. Political affairs also hold less of an interest to Helen and, unless she is specifically asked, she will keep away from them. When Helen is not researching abnormals she makes time to present lectures on varying abnormal theories, though she has been told that her lectures are rather boring.

Abilities/Skills:
LONGEVITY. Helen's abnormality grants her an extended lifespan and youthful appearance. Awakened due to injection of a serum (derived from vampire blood) Helen also possesses a heightened immune system, increased intellect and a heightned durability. As her longevity is in her blood, which contains vampiric properties, her blood is capable of extending the lifespan of others. Despite the vampiric properties in her blood Helen is still human (human abnormal).
MEDICINE. originally completing her training in Oxford, Helen is an accomplished doctor who specialises in xenobiology, cryptozoology and teratology. Spending over three lifetimes as a doctor she is familiar with most areas of medicine, having treated both human and abnormal patients at her Sanctuary. She also has great skill in chemistry.
LINGUISTICS. she is fluent in English, Italian, Zulu, Japanese, Cambodian, Norweigian, French, German, Spanish, Latin and is also able to understand Arabic, Hindi (Urdu). She is also able to read and translate Cuneiform, Sanguine vampiris script, and Praxian lexicon, and has knowledge of other non-verbal communication (including sign language, morse code and military signals).
COMBAT. though Helen favours non-lethal methods of weaponry, such as stunners and tranquilisers, she possesses skill in hand-to-hand combat and is familiar with various types of weaponry, both traditional and experimental. She is a capable fighter, quick at thinking on her feet and using her surroundings to her advantage, and is more durable than an ordinary human.
TECHNOLOGY. seeing technology develop through the years Helen is incredibly tech-savvy, and can use and repair both analogue and digital devices, as well as perform piggy-back hacks. She is also able to recreate devices that she has spent minimal time working with, such as stunner weapons and a time node.

Strengths/Weaknesses:
+ emotionally strong, driven/determined, patient, calm head, proud, protective, compassionate
- can be short-tempered, stubborn, emotionally closed off

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Oct. 17th, 2017 09:05 pm
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Name: Kerry
DW username: [personal profile] skitties
E-Mail: fontcroire @ gmail.com
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Other Characters: Gideon ( [personal profile] waverides ) + H.G. Wells ( [personal profile] tobelieve )

Character Name: Helen Magnus
Series: Sanctuary
Timeline: 316 Awakening
Canon Resource Link: helen @ wikia
Character History:
Helen was born in 1850 to Gregory Magnus and Patricia Heathering. Little is known of Helen’s mother, other than that she likely died when Helen was very young, and she spent a great deal of time and her life with her father. Helen was very proud of him, in awe of his knowledge and dedication and proud of his skills and accomplishments, even if others didn’t see it as she did. As an intelligent child, Helen was encouraged by Gregory and wanted to follow in his footsteps, applying to Oxford even though it wasn’t allowed. With some influence from her father, Helen was allowed to audit classes although (for a time) she was never allowed to qualify as a medical doctor. The treatment of women was something that Helen railed against and she did finally receive her medical license and practised medicine even if she wasn’t fully accepted.

Helen’s world opened up to something more when frustrated still by men’s lack of acceptance of her, Helen begged her father to show her his work. She had always known that he’d participated in something more - something greater, given the secrecy that he’d always kept surrounding it (even from her). Although he was initially reluctant to do so Helen persuaded him, and perhaps guilted him into it a little by questioning whether he truly believed in her. Understanding that what she knew - and her world - would never be the same again Helen ventured down the path with her father, discovering the world of abnormals - sentient beings that were feared or hated for being something other than human.

Although at Oxford Helen wasn’t accepted by the majority there were a few that chose to ignore the general convention, as she did. These four would become Helen’s closest friends, a friendship that would last (for some) for over a century. Although each was human when they met the group (that became known as The Five) each ventured into this new world of abnormals, some with a scientific curiosity and others going where their friends led. After Helen had managed to procure a sample of ancient vampire blood (Sanguine Vampiris, the most deadliest of abnormals - now extinct) Helen derived a serum from it, being crazy enough to test the effects of what the properties of the blood could do to a human. The result was rather simple - they became abnormals themselves. For Helen, her change was simple with her abnormality being that of longevity - something that had been locked away dormant in her genetic code.

Not all of The Five went through such simple changes. For Nikola Tesla, the experiment had unlocked dormant vampiric genetics, and vowing not to feed on humans (with no doubt a struggle in between) Helen worked with him to create a blood substitute (or ‘medicine’). For John Druitt, whom Helen was/would become engaged to, his abnormality played havoc with his mind. John became able to convert his molecular structure into energy in order to instantaneously transport anywhere. Although the real cause of John’s insanity wouldn’t be discovered until 2010 (when an elemental that had lived in John’s body would attack the Sanctuary) Helen tried everything that she could to help him - including giving him an injection of her own blood. Helen was ultimately unable to help John, someone who was later discovered to be behind the Jack the Ripper killings. Whilst Helen tried to stop him, their relationship having thus ended, John teleported away - not to be seen for decades more. Helen’s encounters with John also had gone a little deeper after Helen found herself pregnant. Not ready for that part of her life, and still deeply hurt over John’s betrayal, Helen enlisted James Watson’s help in order to cryogenically freeze the embryo, one that she would go back to a century later.

Helen’s early research into abnormals - and the very first Sanctuary was thus set up after John and the rest of The Five had been Helen’s first patients. Helen’s work into abnormals was not only to study them, their abilities and their differences but also to help and protect those that needed it, and protect the world from those that were far too dangerous to be loose in the world. The world of abnormals also became a very well guarded secret, as the world was not ready for the news.

In 1898 the Sanctuary gained its first long-term resident, and also made a decision that would come back to haunt them in centuries to come. A man named Adam Worth, who had also gone to Oxford with The Five, came to Helen and James to ask for their help in saving his daughter’s life from an illness. Knowing that they worked with non-conventional methods he hoped that they would be able to help but Helen refused, unwilling to use such experimental and dangerous methods - particularly on a child. This decision did not go down well with him, particularly after his daughter died, leading him to madness. Although they would have liked to have had no further dealings with him, in 1908 each of The Five was called back to London for their assistance with Adam Worth on the King’s orders. Rather than be hired for her medical skills - particularly as all of The Five had been called - the King had requested them as assassins, to end Adam’s life after all of the horrors and troubles that he had caused since his daughter’s death. Although the task was unpleasant The Five worked at it, and after shooting Adam off a cliff Helen believed that he was dead.

Over the next few decades, Helen worked with James on expanding the Sanctuary network, including welcoming new patients and guests, capturing abnormals that were dangerous and recruiting those that could be trusted as staff. In the height of the Second World War Helen, along with James and Nigel, went to Carentan as part of a resistance group. After hearing of a Nazi plot involving an abnormal - one that would have been very deadly - the group went to try and stop the plot and either kill or save the abnormal. Their efforts were met with resistance first from German troops but secondly from John Druitt who had joined them, although claiming to be trying to work from the inside to bring them down. Whilst some of his claims could be substantiated he still made their mission difficult, and although Helen and James were able to make it to the location of the abnormal they were unable to simply stop the abnormal - there was no way of stopping it. Instead, they had to force it underground, preventing the machine that it was powering from working.

After thanks from the Prime Minister, and being able to get back to their lives after the war, Helen continued expanding the Sanctuary network, ending up with a network of sixteen Sanctuary’s (including the original UK Sanctuary). Helen’s work continued and expanded over the next century, with staff and heads of houses being recruited to each. In 1986 Helen also sought out James’s help in a personal capacity - having her child. Re-implanting the embryo Helen carried the child to term, naming her daughter Ashley. Ashley grew up in and around the Sanctuary and Helen’s work, learning many of her secrets and eventually began working with her mother.

2008 saw Helen search out and recruit a new member to her own Sanctuary. A Forensic Psychiatrist that Helen had dealt with many years ago, Will Zimmerman, was someone that Helen believed would be an asset to her work, as well as answering some of the questions that he’d had for years. Alongside recruiting Will Helen saw an old ‘friend’ (and foe) return in the form of John Druitt. Although Helen had thought him dead, being the reason that she decided to have Ashley, he had come to her for help - more blood for his ‘disease’. Helen unwillingly helped him in order to save Ashley’s life, that he’d threatened to ensure her help, although Helen tried to kill him in the process of giving her his blood, trying to end his suffering.

2008, and leading into 2009, saw a rocky year for Helen and the Sanctuary Network. After travelling to Scotland in search of an elixir capable of prolonging life Helen brought three women back to the Sanctuary. Unbeknownst to her, they were the property of the ‘Cabal’ - an ancient sect whom also had dealings with abnormals, but for other reasons. Helen’s actions put her and the Sanctuary close on their radar, and whilst they managed to avert disaster at that time (due to the women demanding that Helen not be harmed as she’d tried to help them) they kept a close eye on her, and her on them.

The Cabal would end up being someone that Helen had frequent dealings with over the next few months, although not all of her encounters would be from her own actions. At a lecture Helen was giving in Rome she was interrupted by Nikola Tesla - who Helen also thought dead, after faking his death 60 years before. He claimed that her life was in danger by the Cabal, however, he was the one that they were following, and he wanted her help. After trying to resurrect the vampire race (and half-failing) Nikola wanted Helen’s help in making it work, something that she refused to. After her life was in danger under threat from Nikola and his zombie vampires John (and Ashley) came to her rescue, and Nikola was again presumed dead after an attack from John.

Helen would learn that they were a serious threat after learning about an abnormal fighting ring - with humans being turned into these ‘superabnormals’. Helen recognised the work from her past, that of her father’s and after locating him at one of these fight locations sought his help in stopping the fights. After learning the location of the next fight Helen shut the fights down, having the boss of them pass on a message to the Cabal that they would be permanently stopped.

Helen’s threat carried little weight with them, and their work didn’t stop. Although they did not begin any more fights it was only part of their testing - with the second stage involving a virus designed to attack abnormals, turning them into kills before killing them. With help from John and James Helen began to study the virus, and after finding herself unaffected by it arrived at the conclusion that the Source Blood had to be involved in creating a cure. After locating Nigel Griffin’s granddaughter, whom his abnormality had been passed along to, the four of them travelled to where Helen’s father had hidden the remainder of the Source Blood. Although it was locked behind a mechanism that needed each member of The Five present in order to open they found themselves in luck when they found that Nikola was already there. Working together, and agreeing on its purpose, they managed to retrieve the vial and take it back to the Sanctuary - successfully deriving a cure from it.

Helen and the team had been distracted dealing with the virus and obtaining the Source Blood, paying not enough attention to the Cabal and their intentions. After Ashley had gone to a Cabal stronghold in order to try and prevent them from releasing a second dose of the virus she had been captured and manipulated by the Cabal. After the Source Blood had been brought back to the Sanctuary Ashley (under the Cabal’s directive) stole it, going back to the Cabal. This lead to months-long searching for Ashley whilst trying to discover what the Cabal wanted with the Source Blood. After finding Ashley, and seeing what she had been turned into through the Source Blood (a new superabnormal) the pieces fell into place, and after contacting the head of the Cabal Helen discovered what they wanted - the destruction of the Sanctuary Network. After Helen refused the superabnormal team was sent Sanctuary through Sanctuary - destroying the first three that they hit, turning back after failure at the fourth before finally moving to the Old City Sanctuary. Here Helen was prepared for them, but not prepared for the ending. After fighting with the superabnormals they managed to raise the EM Shield again, and each superabnormal that teleported into it was disintegrated. After facing Ashley Helen tried pleading with her to get her daughter back but found failure - until another superabnormal moved to attack her. Ashley, back to her senses, stopped the other superabnormal - saying goodbye to her mother before teleporting the two of them, ending the fight. This also leads the Cabal to scatter, with John and Nikola hunting down the heads of it to finally finish them.

Whilst the Sanctuary Network needed to grieve and rebuild there were other dangers lurking - some from within their own network. After whispers of security leaks caught Helen’s attention she staged an incident designed to bring in a triad of telepaths - one that she suspected of being responsible for the breach. After dangling Big Bertha, a powerful abnormal thought to be dead, in front of her they managed to catch her, ending the issue within the Sanctuary. The issue with Big Bertha wasn’t over, though. Helen and her team had to travel to the Mumbai Sanctuary after it was revealed that Big Bertha was no longer asleep - prompting Helen to reveal the truth, that she hadn’t killed her. After the macri linked to Big Bertha was transferred wrongly to someone not meant to hold her disaster struck the world, including tidal waves and earthquakes. Although the disasters almost continued they managed to return the macri to its rightful host, convincing the spirit of Kali to calm down and sleep again.

After Big Bertha was calmed a strange message came across Helen’s attention, one that was apparently from her father. The message had Helen look into old gifts in order to solve his clues, leading her to discover that there was even more to the world than abnormals. The discovery of a strange map leads Helen to learn that there was another world under the Earth - one they termed Hollow Earth. After Adam Worth resurfaced, surprisingly not dead, Helen brought him back to the Sanctuary, finding the location of Hollow Earth between him and working with Nikola. Helen travelled to Hollow Earth, learning it’s real name of Praxis, although came into trouble after the Praxians informed them that they had broken their rules by travelling to them - the punishment being death. Helen and her team were ultimately revived, the death almost for a show to show the rules being upheld, but Ranna believed that Helen could help them with their Adam Worth problem. Helen agreed, wanting to gain an amicable relationship between the Sanctuary and Praxis but also to finally deal with Adam. John, again, got there first and assured Helen that this time he would not return. Leaving Praxis Helen believed that, and mission as usual continued for the next few months until unusual temporal fields caught Helen’s attention. After investigating in Carentan, the area Helen had been during World War II, Helen discovered that these fields were caused - once again - by Adam Worth. After Praxis had been destroyed due to his experiments the Praxian abnormals came to the surface, creating their own chaos. Helen travelled to Adam’s location, trying to get him to stop. After learning of his plan, to travel back in time to save his daughter’s life, Helen had no option but to travel back with him - to stop him and prevent him from altering the timeline.

The portal took them back 113 years to 1898, the year of Imogene’s death. Although Helen attempted to move undetected she was unable to do so so easily and ended up having to confide in James - someone who thankfully kept her secret. Helen managed to track down Adam, although having to dodge her past self made movements difficult. Eventually, Helen ended up killing Adam prior to him having cured his daughter, keeping the timeline intact (as much as possible). Helen lived the next 113 years in relative secret, adopting a new identity in order to put a new plan in place ready for when she returned to her original time.

With the new abnormals from Praxis needing a new home, and questions coming from the government, Helen had put a plan in place to create a new Sanctuary - the Hollow Earth Sanctuary. Built under the Earth like Praxis was Helen began working on rehoming the abnormals there that wished to move, trying to keep tensions steady between those that stayed above the surface and the rest of the population as well as she could. Officials that had previously supported Helen’s work with the Sanctuary became weary of this, and a new government division - SCUI - was created to combat the new ‘threat’. Helen worked against them, and slowly (and very quietly) closed down her own Sanctuary operations. Helen’s plan hadn’t only been to relocate Hollow Earth abnormals but also her own residents. With tensions rising between those that had backed the Sanctuary Network previously, and new operations putting the lives of abnormals in danger (including dangerous studies) Helen knew that she needed to do something drastic to preserve lives, and keep the secret. Culminating in Helen activating the self-destruct sequence on the Old City Sanctuary, the final Sanctuary to close, Helen allowed the world to believe she was dead as she relocated to the Hollow Earth Sanctuary - revealing everything to Will after the dust had settled.

Abilities/Special Powers:
LONGEVITY. Helen's abnormality grants her an extended lifespan and youthful appearance. Awakened due to injection of a serum (derived from vampire blood) Helen also possesses a heightened immune system, increased intellect and a heightened durability. As her longevity is in her blood, which contains vampiric properties, her blood is capable of extending the lifespan of others. Despite the vampiric properties in her blood Helen is still human (human abnormal).
MEDICINE. originally completing her training in Oxford, Helen is an accomplished doctor who specialises in xenobiology, cryptozoology and teratology. Spending over three lifetimes as a doctor she is familiar with most areas of medicine, having treated both human and abnormal patients at her Sanctuary. She also has great skill in chemistry.
LINGUISTICS. she is fluent in English, Italian, Zulu, Japanese, Cambodian, Norwegian, French, German, Spanish, Latin and is also able to understand Arabic, Hindi (Urdu). She is also able to read and translate Cuneiform, Sanguine vampiris script, and Praxian lexicon, and has knowledge of other non-verbal communication (including sign language, morse code and military signals).
COMBAT. though Helen favours non-lethal methods of weaponry, such as stunners and tranquilisers, she possesses skill in hand-to-hand combat and is familiar with various types of weaponry, both traditional and experimental. She is a capable fighter, quick at thinking on her feet and using her surroundings to her advantage, and is more durable than an ordinary human.
TECHNOLOGY. seeing technology develop through the years Helen is incredibly tech-savvy and can use and repair both analogue and digital devices, as well as perform piggy-back hacks. She is also able to recreate devices that she has spent minimal time working with, such as stunner weapons and a time node.

Third-Person Sample: Minimum of three paragraphs, introspective piece, written in prose. We’re judging your grasp on the character and how you log with them;. We would prefer if this was not a simple re-telling of canon events, this way we can see how you handle the character's actions.
First-Person Sample:
( TEXT )
It's common knowledge that requesting something from the vendors, or having an event appear from your world results in the loss of a memory. I'm curious to know whether anyone has discovered precisely what memory was taken from them, whether by sharing knowledge with someone else or through other means.

In a similar vein, has anyone requested an item from the vendors? If so, was the item truly the original?


( she wouldn't put it past something like this to end up giving them a fake, or not even close to the truth version of the item that they'd requested. when dealing with unknown entities and great power... anything was possible. helen was also definitely not considering requesting anything. she had a lot of memories but that didn't mean that she'd risk giving them up, or willingly feeding the power )

It would seem that if the vendors were able to control bringing our possessions here there may be more control to Wonderland than generally thought. If they're simply replicating them it's another matter. Though I suspect that this is a query we won't receive a final answer on.

( and could they believe it if they were given one? )

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Oct. 15th, 2017 11:34 am
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LONGEVITY. Helen's abnormality grants her an extended lifespan and youthful appearance. Awakened due to injection of a serum (derived from vampire blood) Helen also possesses a heightened immune system, increased intellect and a heightned durability. As her longevity is in her blood, which contains vampiric properties, her blood is capable of extending the lifespan of others. Despite the vampiric properties in her blood Helen is still human (human abnormal).
MEDICINE. originally completing her training in Oxford, Helen is an accomplished doctor who specialises in xenobiology, cryptozoology and teratology. Spending over three lifetimes as a doctor she is familiar with most areas of medicine, having treated both human and abnormal patients at her Sanctuary. She also has great skill in chemistry.
LINGUISTICS. she is fluent in English, Italian, Zulu, Japanese, Cambodian, Norweigian, French, German, Spanish, Latin and is also able to understand Arabic, Hindi (Urdu). She is also able to read and translate Cuneiform, Sanguine vampiris script, and Praxian lexicon, and has knowledge of other non-verbal communication (including sign language, morse code and military signals).
COMBAT. though Helen favours non-lethal methods of weaponry, such as stunners and tranquilisers, she possesses skill in hand-to-hand combat and is familiar with various types of weaponry, both traditional and experimental. She is a capable fighter, quick at thinking on her feet and using her surroundings to her advantage, and is more durable than an ordinary human.
TECHNOLOGY. seeing technology develop through the years Helen is incredibly tech-savvy, and can use and repair both analogue and digital devices, as well as perform piggy-back hacks. She is also able to recreate devices that she has spent minimal time working with, such as stunner weapons and a time node.

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