Nickname: Hive Queen
Birthday: December 25th
Unique Characteristics: Being a Cyborg, Helia has odd circuitry running throughout certain parts of her body, appearing to glow an odd blue color underneath her skin. The parts of her body effected by this circuitry are her spine, the back left corner of her head (covered by her hair), her right knee, her left shin, heart, right arm, right middle finger, behind her ears, and below her eyes. She has five, blue, crystal like power sources with gold trimming distributed throughout her body. two on her head, both sides of her hips, the center of her back, and the center of her chest. All are visible through her cloths due to design. These power sources, along with circuitry , are the only reason her body can sustain life.
Personality: Helia is an easily excited girl. Spending almost her entire life trapped in a windowless house reading books, she has vast knowledge of the world around her, yet, she has never seen any of it in motion. Something as simple as seeing a butterfly occasionally forces Helia to lose her shit in fascination. Because of this, she is constantly blessing the world with her smile. In fact, the only time she isn’t really smiling is when she is on her tablet, or reading a book. Processing information, although something she loves to do, is something very serious to her, and is not something to be taken lightly.
Typically, Helia can be found outside. Enjoying the sun, going for a run, exploring the flora and fauna around her, gaining a true, visual perspective to illustrate all the concepts carved into her mind. When confronted by humans she doesn’t know, especially when outside, she tends to get a bit nervous. Tongue tied, due to the limited social interaction she has had in the past. When talking with someone she does know, however, Helia gets a bit chatty. And not normal chatty either, but like making broad observations and odd, seemingly unrelated remarks. To Helia, it makes perfect sense. To everyone else…. Not so much. However, even when awkward silence ensues, Helia enjoys the company. For you see, Helia cannot stand being alone. Even when she is in situations where there is no one else around, she typically spares the mana to summon forth one of her robots, something usually meant for combat.
When Helia is frightened, or in an abnormally high amount of pain, she can subconsciously switch off the her human thought process, allowing for just the robotic half of her body to take control. With this, she becomes void of all emotion. This is typically the approach she takes when she feels forced to go into combat against tough opponents, because with her humanity and emotions switched off, it is much easier to fight.
- Friendly competition
- Candy (she has no taste buds)
- Fire (due to its destructive purposes)
- Making new friends
- Protecting her friends
- Her mothers ex husband
- Taking a life
Weight: 150 kilos (due to being made of metal. However, her speed manages to stay above average due to the genious engineering of her "deceased" mother)
- Helia was born the daughter of one of the top Robotics engineer of “the Agency” in Urban City, and just the top robotics engineer of “the Agency”. Lovelace Quèn had had an affair on her husband, and left him in hopes that her lover would be willing to spend the rest of his life with her. However, that was not the case. Even after explaining to him that she was pregnant with his child, he merely shrugged her off. Lovelace never saw him again, and Helia never saw him to begin with.
A months after, Lovelace gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, Helia. Helia grew up in a metaphorical bubble. Unable to so much as leave the house! From the time Helia could speak, she spent hours a day locked away, unable to so much as see sunlight. Because of this, she became a sickly child. Pale skinned, and fragile. At the age of 4, Helia began to teach herself how to read by looking over her mothers shoulder, and listening to her as she mumbled her research as she wrote it down. After a few years of that, she began to study her mother’s notes. Learning about robotic engineering, and applied physics. By the time she hit 7 years old, she began to create her own robots. Using parts from her moths failed inventions from the basement, and crafting them into works of art. By the time she was 9, she had successfully engineered her first robot! She ran up to her mom, and showed it off. It could barely walk, and her mother kicked it to the side. “This kind of stuff is too dangerous!” She told Helia, “My little Helia can’t handel that kind of stuff… No no no” She would chant, further being consumed by her research. At that point, Helia did her work in secret.
One day, at the age of 11, she took her first steps outside. Her mother, having woken up late, ran out the door, forgetting to lock Helia inside the house. As excited as she was, Helia darted for the door. Taking her first few steps outside, and into the street. Not knowing the dangers of crossing the street without looking both ways, she was struck by a car.
Her mother came home to find her daughter on the ground. Heart stopped, brain unfunctional, hips and spine broken, and most of the bones on the right side of her body shattered beyond medical repair, and a blood-soaked letter from Lovelace’s ex-husband covering Helia’s face. Her mother didn’t even bother with the letter, and quickly got back to work. Restructuring all of her daughters injuries with robotic parts and circuitry, she quickly attempted to bring her daughter back to life. And to a point, she succeeded. However, it wasn’t truly her daughter. It had above average speed, intelligence, strength, however, the parts that weren’t metal wreaked of decay, and the vessel that used to be Lovelaces daughter had no personality, no soul. It was merely a walking box, like any of the other robots she had engineered.
So, she turned to something other than science, Alchemy. Going to a co-worker of hers, Lilinette Q. Mido, she begged her to work her Golem Alchemy on her daughter. And, with a lot of bribery, and selling Lillinette the rights to her body after the deed was done, Lilinette revived her daughter.
The mother was allowed to say a fairwell, and then was taken away by Lilinette. However, a nice price was paid to Lilinette in return for her mother, and that was a fraction of Lilinettes magic being left behind in Helia’s body, unlocking the Helias suppressed magic (something she had inside of her from her father), and little by little, every now and again with practice, gaining access to more and more of it.
Helia uses this magic in a similar way to Lilinette, crafting robots, and then reaching into the “other side”, and pulling out a soul to fill the vessel of her robot.
Now, over a year later, Helia wonders the unknown lands of this world, looking for a place where she can be herself, meet people, and gain real purpose in this world.
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