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inFAMOUS: Second Son - The Shrouded (OC)Name: Helen Eveline Ellsworth. Evie to friends and family.
Known Aliases: The Painter (Good Karma), The Body Marker (Bad Karma), The Shrouded (dubbed by civilians after seeing her disappear with her Pigment Gradient.)
Birthday: June 6, 1993
Sub-race: Prime Conduit
Powers: Ink manipulation and absorption, accelerated healing, enhanced strength, durability, lengthened stamina, density and pressure manipulation, and solidification.
Appearance: Since she generally hated the outdoors and spent most of her time painting or tattooing, Helen has pale white skin year round. Yes, even in the summers. Her eyes are a piercing olive green, contradicting her long brown hair. She has various streaks of color in it, which she uses as a last resort of an ink source. She almost always has it pulled into a low ponytail. She's quite small for her age (about 5' even) with a lithe figure and a hint of muscle to
The Sermon of the Silent...For too long I've kept silent.
For too long I've held in my voice. My anguish. My suffering. My loneliness.
It is now where I draw the line. Where I finally wish to take a stand and let my voice be heard. To let my feelings ring out and inspire others. To let my suffering bring light to those like me. To let my loneliness bring new friends together.
We hold in our voices because we've been ignored by many. We hurt because not a single person has opened their ears to us. We suffer because they force their pain upon us. We're lonely because we finally had enough.
We listen to your troubles yet you take no time to listen to us. Our hearts and minds are breaking yet you say we're the cruel ones! We live in fear and you all tell us we're being irrational. Why should we listen to those who don't!?
I've tried to be peaceful while you hinder me with violence. I've tried to be civilized while you act like a barbarian! What did I do to have my voice silenced!? What did I do to you to have you
Homestuck: 4/13 - Thank You, Homestuck
It was just a normal day for me. Get up, get dressed, go to hell- er, school. Then go home, do chores, go online, talk to my friend, and then go to bed. That was my usual routine. But lately, things have been changing. I'm not sure how it started, but one day I got a message from my friend about a web comic called "Homestuck."
At first, I wasn't all that interested. It was boring at first, I thought. Still, the more I tried to ignore it, the more I found myself curious about it. Why was it so popular? Was it an interesting story or was it the art? I tried to read it, but I hit a point where I had to stop. I couldn't read it, much to my dismay. No, not as in I didn't feel like it. As in I could not read it. My dyslexia mixed up the numbers or symbols in the typing quirks of the trolls.
It sucked. I soon fell out of it and didn't pay mind to it again. One day, I went on youtube and I saw something in my recommendations. I felt my heart beat a little faster in excitement.
"Let's Read: Hom
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