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Molly Hayes
Basics
NAME Molly Hayes HEIGHT 4'11"
CANON Marvel-616
(Runaways)
BUILD Slight
AGE 12 BEARING Gawky
HOME Los Angeles HAIR Light brown
shoulder length
SPECIES Human EYES Brown
Distinguishing Features

FACIAL Looks her age, eyes glow when powers are active

ACCENT California

MISCELLANY Usually wearing an adorable hat

Abilities

MUTANT Superstrength. Exact upper limit is not known but is very high. High resistance to physical damage when this ability is active. Using her powers exhausts her

MISCELLANY Clever problem solver

EMPATHEIAS ALIGNMENT Thras

Permissions
FLIRTING No, 12
CONTACT Yes
FIGHTING Yes
MIND CONTROL Yes
INJURING Ask
KILLING No
4TH WALL Yes
THREADJACK Yes
BACKTAG Yes
Inventory
Cat eared hat
Clothing
 
 
 
 
Cerealia
App
 
Outer Divide
App
 
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Applicant Info

◎ Name: Yubsie
◎ Journal: [personal profile] yubsie
◎ Contact: [plurk.com profile] yubsie
◎ Current Character(s): Han Solo ([personal profile] notsosolo)

Character Info

◎ Character's Name: Molly Hayes
◎ Character's Canon: Marvel 616 (Runaways)
◎ Character's Age: 12
◎ Canon Point: Post Avengers-Academy crossover (aka as late as I can take her without dealing with Avengers Arena)
◎ Background/History: Look upon comics history and despair
◎ Is the character a hacker and/or do they have a sixth-sense? No, she only has the standard computer knowledge of a 21st century preteen

◎ Personality: Due to her young age combined with an eventful year, Molly's personality can seem somewhat contradictory. In a lot of ways, she is still very much a young girl, with all that entails, but she is also aware of some less pleasant aspects of life.

Molly is full of preteen bravado. She is very insistent that she is not a baby, and wishes to be treated as a full member of the group. She was very frustrated when the older kids initially attempted to shelter her from the worst of what was happening. While her fellow Runaways have long accepted that she is able to play a full role, she still often finds herself frustrated with adults who think they know better.

Despite her insistence on not being a baby, Molly is still very eager to be a kid. She likes to play and is often drawn to people who will fall into an older sibling role and play with her. She thinks it's a lot of fun to run around being adorable. She is, in the end, still a child who gets excited for sugary cereals. Early on, she often viewed everything as an exciting adventure and had a hard time grasping the true enormity of the situation. This has lessened in time, but she still finds dangerous situations more fun than she really should. She has never lost her sense of adventure, even after realizing that adventure wasn't just fun and games.

Molly is a lot cleverer than she lets on. Her companions often forget this due to her playful nature right up until she suddenly comes through with the solution to their problem. This is particularly evident in cases where she is separated from the rest of the group and is able to formulate a successful escape plan. It should be noted that her file is largely composed of a list of facilities she has managed to escape from.

Between her parents turning out to be evil and the Avengers proving to be less than reliable, Molly has developed serious trust issues. She tends to be very uncomfortable among unfamiliar adults, although she is quite willing to reach out and befriend other children. So the fact that the colony is basically overrun with teenagers is going to work quite well for her. She is capable of trusting adults, but it very much has to be earned. She's quite independent, being more confident in her own abilities than the reliability of others.

Like many young women, Molly greatly fears turning into her mother. Unlike most, she has an excellent reason for this. As a result, she has very firm rules about when she can use her powers. Specifically, she does not use them against anyone who does not themselves have powers. She gets very upset when she unintentionally breaks this rule such as when she didn't realize the Punisher didn't have superpowers and she beat the tar out of him.

Molly's friends are extremely important with her. They've been the one consistent thing in her life ever since her parents turned out to be evil. She resists any attempt to separate her from them, running away from a series of establishments in order to remain with them. Despite several among them thinking of her as a little sister, she is very protective of them.

Molly's feelings about popular superheroes are, in a word, complicated. Like many children in the Marvel universe, she grew up with a serious case of hero worship. However, when the Avengers failed to show up until they'd taken care of the Pride situation themselves, her opinion was considerably tarnished. She was also particularly fond of the X-Men even before learning that she is in fact a mutant. However, an attempt to recruit her against her will somewhat soured her on them. Wolverine, who was previously her favourite, also conflicted with her, resulting in her throwing him through a wall. However, she has somewhat come to terms with him (he's just not that great with kids, really). She has also since referred to the X-Men as the best superhero team. Thus, her current attitude is best summarized as great admiration while still preferring to stay exactly where she is.

As might be guessed from "threw Wolverine through a wall", Molly has a bit of a temper. She can easily be set off by a number of topics she is touchy about, including mutant rights, her parents and whether or not she's a baby. She almost always manages to recall her standards for using her powers when she lashes out, saving actual physical altercations for other powered people and simply yelling at the unpowered.

◎ Powers/Abilities: Molly is a mutant with superstrength. The exact upper limit of her strength has not been firmly established, but some sources give it as being above 100 tons. So... really really strong. Strong enough to beat up Wolverine. Twice. The major limitation of her abilities is that they absolutely exhaust her. While she can last longer than she could when her mutation first manifested, she still ends up needing a nap after sustained use.

When Molly is using her strength, she is less vulnerable to physical harm than usual. This combination allows her to be a fearsome force in a fight despite being tiny.

Beyond her super powers, Molly is a creative problem solver and is particularly skilled at escaping.

◎ Weapons & Other Special Inventory: Adorable cat eared hat

CEREALIA-Specific

◎ Element: Earth
◎ Sense: Touch. Her approach to just about everything is very physical.
◎ Seven Character Traits: (enthusiastic, clever, brave) | (trust issues, temperamental, impatient) + independent

Samples

◎ First-Person Sample: Recent post for another game

◎ Third-Person Sample: Already have a character in game!

◎ Is your character retaining any previous game memories? No
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[- OOC Information -]

Name: Yubsie
Do you play any other characters in Outer Divide? Mordin Solus, Kaylee Frye, Wes Janson, Neville Longbottom. I CAN QUIT WHENEVER I WANT TO!

[- Character Information -]

Character Name: Molly Hayes
Fandom: Runaways (Marvel-616)
OU, AU, or CR AU: OU
Canon Point: Post-Avengers Academy Crossover
Journal: [personal profile] bruiserprincess

World History: N/A

Character History: http://marvel.wikia.com/Molly_Hayes_%28Earth-616%29

AU History: N/A

Previous Game History: N/A

Personality: Due to her young age combined with an eventful year, Molly's personality can seem somewhat contradictory. In a lot of ways, she is still very much a young girl, with all that entails, but she is also aware of some less pleasant aspects of life.

Molly is full of preteen bravado. She is very insistent that she is not a baby, and wishes to be treated as a full member of the group. She was very frustrated when the older kids initially attempted to shelter her from the worst of what was happening. While her fellow Runaways have long accepted that she is able to play a full role, she still often finds herself frustrated with adults who think they know better.

Despite her insistence on not being a baby, Molly is still very eager to be a kid. She likes to play and is often drawn to people who will fall into an older sibling role and play with her. She thinks it's a lot of fun to run around being adorable. She is, in the end, still a child who gets excited for sugary cereals. Early on, she often viewed everything as an exciting adventure and had a hard time grasping the true enormity of the situation. This has lessened in time, but she still finds dangerous situations more fun than she really should. She has never lost her sense of adventure, even after realizing that adventure wasn't just fun and games.

Molly is a lot cleverer than she lets on. Her companions often forget this due to her playful nature right up until she suddenly comes through with the solution to their problem. This is particularly evident in cases where she is separated from the rest of the group and is able to formulate a successful escape plan. It should be noted that her file is largely composed of a list of facilities she has managed to escape from.

Between her parents turning out to be evil and the Avengers proving to be less than reliable, Molly has developed serious trust issues. She tends to be very uncomfortable among unfamiliar adults, although she is quite willing to reach out and befriend other children. She is capable of trusting adults, but it very much has to be earned. She's quite independent, being more confident in her own abilities than the reliability of others.

Like many young women, Molly greatly fears turning into her mother. Unlike most, she has an excellent reason for this. As a result, she has very firm rules about when she can use her powers. Specifically, she does not use them against anyone who does not themselves have powers. She gets very upset when she unintentionally breaks this rule such as when she didn't realize the Punisher didn't have superpowers and she beat the tar out of him.

Molly's friends are extremely important with her. They've been the one consistent thing in her life ever since her parents turned out to be evil. She resists any attempt to separate her from them, running away from a series of establishments in order to remain with them. Despite several among them thinking of her as a little sister, she is very protective of them.

Molly's feelings about popular superheroes are, in a word, complicated. Like many children in the Marvel universe, she grew up with a serious case of hero worship. However, when the Avengers failed to show up until they'd taken care of the Pride situation themselves, her opinion was considerably tarnished. She was also particularly fond of the X-Men even before learning that she is in fact a mutant. However, an attempt to recruit her against her will somewhat soured her on them. Wolverine, who was previously her favourite, also conflicted with her, resulting in her throwing him through a wall. However, she has somewhat come to terms with him (he's just not that great with kids, really). She has also since referred to the X-Men as the best superhero team. Thus, her current attitude is best summarized as great admiration while still preferring to stay exactly where she is.

As might be guessed from "threw Wolverine through a wall", Molly has a bit of a temper. She can easily be set off by a number of topics she is touchy about, including mutant rights, her parents and whether or not she's a baby. She almost always manages to recall her standards for using her powers when she lashes out, saving actual physical altercations for other powered people and simply yelling at the unpowered.

Powers/Abilities: Molly is a mutant with superstrength. The exact upper limit of her strength has not been firmly established, but some sources give it as being above 100 tons. So... really really strong. Strong enough to beat up Wolverine. Twice.

When Molly is using her strength, she is less vulnerable to physical harm than usual. This combination allows her to be a fearsome force in a fight despite being tiny.

Beyond her super powers, Molly is a creative problem solver and is particularly skilled at escaping.

Possessions:
- Hat with cat ears
- Jeans
- T-shirt
- Sweatshirt (hooded)

Arrival: Ship


[- Writing Samples -]

Network Sample:
[Locked to the 18 and under crowd]

Ugh, the grownups are driving me crazy! None of them want to let me do anything, even when I try to explain to them that I have superpowers so I totally can. It's like they want me to just... sit around the Flop all day and do nothing!

You guys gotta help me out here. What is there to do that is fun and doesn't involve anyone treating me like a stupid baby? Where aren't they looking?

Log Sample: http://andalsodinosaurs.dreamwidth.org/2756.html?thread=73412#cmt73412
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⌈ PLAYER SECTION ⌉

Player: Yubsie
Contact: [plurk.com profile] yubsie, Discord #4558
Age: 32
Current Characters: Bail Organa


⌈ CHARACTER SECTION ⌉

Character: Molly Hayes
Age: 12
Canon: Runaways (Marvel 616)
Canon Point: After the Avengers Academy crossover

Background: Look upon comics history and despair

Personality: Due to her young age combined with an eventful year, Molly's personality can seem somewhat contradictory. In a lot of ways, she is still very much a young girl, with all that entails, but she is also aware of some less pleasant aspects of life.

Molly is full of preteen bravado. She is very insistent that she is not a baby, and wishes to be treated as a full member of the group. She was very frustrated when the older kids initially attempted to shelter her from the worst of what was happening. While her fellow Runaways have long accepted that she is able to play a full role, she still often finds herself frustrated with adults who think they know better.

Despite her insistence on not being a baby, Molly is still very eager to be a kid. She likes to play and is often drawn to people who will fall into an older sibling role and play with her. She thinks it's a lot of fun to run around being adorable. She is, in the end, still a child who gets excited for sugary cereals. Early on, she often viewed everything as an exciting adventure and had a hard time grasping the true enormity of the situation. This has lessened in time, but she still finds dangerous situations more fun than she really should. She has never lost her sense of adventure, even after realizing that adventure wasn't just fun and games.

Molly is a lot cleverer than she lets on. Her companions often forget this due to her playful nature right up until she suddenly comes through with the solution to their problem. This is particularly evident in cases where she is separated from the rest of the group and is able to formulate a successful escape plan. It should be noted that her file is largely composed of a list of facilities she has managed to escape from.

Between her parents turning out to be evil and the Avengers proving to be less than reliable, Molly has developed serious trust issues. She tends to be very uncomfortable among unfamiliar adults, although she is quite willing to reach out and befriend other children. She is capable of trusting adults, but it very much has to be earned. She's quite independent, being more confident in her own abilities than the reliability of others.

Like many young women, Molly greatly fears turning into her mother. Unlike most, she has an excellent reason for this. As a result, she has very firm rules about when she can use her powers. Specifically, she does not use them against anyone who does not themselves have powers. She gets very upset when she unintentionally breaks this rule such as when she didn't realize the Punisher didn't have superpowers and she beat the tar out of him.

Molly's friends are extremely important with her. They've been the one consistent thing in her life ever since her parents turned out to be evil. She resists any attempt to separate her from them, running away from a series of establishments in order to remain with them. Despite several among them thinking of her as a little sister, she is very protective of them.

Molly's feelings about popular superheroes are, in a word, complicated. Like many children in the Marvel universe, she grew up with a serious case of hero worship. However, when the Avengers failed to show up until they'd taken care of the Pride situation themselves, her opinion was considerably tarnished. She was also particularly fond of the X-Men even before learning that she is in fact a mutant. However, an attempt to recruit her against her will somewhat soured her on them. Wolverine, who was previously her favourite, also conflicted with her, resulting in her throwing him through a wall. However, she has somewhat come to terms with him (he's just not that great with kids, really). She has also since referred to the X-Men as the best superhero team. Thus, her current attitude is best summarized as great admiration while still preferring to stay exactly where she is.

As might be guessed from "threw Wolverine through a wall", Molly has a bit of a temper. She can easily be set off by a number of topics she is touchy about, including mutant rights, her parents and whether or not she's a baby. She almost always manages to recall her standards for using her powers when she lashes out, saving actual physical altercations for other powered people and simply yelling at the unpowered.

Abilities: Molly is a mutant with superstrength. The exact upper limit of her strength has not been firmly established, but some sources give it as being above 100 tons. So... really really strong. Strong enough to beat up Wolverine. Twice. The major limitation of her abilities is that they absolutely exhaust her. While she can last longer than she could when her mutation first manifested, she still ends up needing a nap after sustained use.

Alignment: Thras. Molly is a superhero always trying to save the day, rather neatly covering the bravery side of Thras. But the fear side is also very much present in the form of her trust issues with adults.

Other:


⌈ SAMPLE SECTION ⌉



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July
Log post Princess Powerful of the X-Men -
June
Network Gotta protect the kids Armand St. Just
Log post You know where you stand with bad memories Pietro Maximoff
Kurt Wagner
Fa Mulan
Log Bribe her with puppies Kaidan Alenko
May
Log post Construction and Mammoths Todd Tolansky
Kurt Wagner
Fa Mulan
April
Log On supernatural abilities Selenay
Post Who wants a travel sized bodyguard? Inara Serra
Fa Mulan
Log Holding up walls Luke Skywalker
Log They fight crime! Garrus Vakarian
Log What's wrong? Kurt Wagner
Log Caught in a riot Fa Mulan
March
Log Building things Pepper Potts
February
Log Does she have to talk? Luke Skywalker
Log It's all about free food Pepper Potts
Pietro Maximoff
Log She could be a builder Nem
January
Log Post Mutant Party Pietro Maximoff
Kurt Wagner
Todd Tolansky
Network Robes are good Pietro Maximoff
Network The importance of Secret Identities Kit Baxter-Fenwick
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Could I get one of my hats? I like hats.

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