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Message no. 1
From: Steve Mancini <phi@****.CC.PURDUE.EDU>
Subject: CHARACTER: WildKat
Date: Thu, 6 Jan 1994 01:09:58 EST
Archtype: female human Wildcat shaman
WildKat is a small well built girl. Barely over 18, her mixed
tribal heritage only accents her features. Her black eyes shine with an
inner beauty and wisdom. On her own, she prefers indian leathers or
light cotton clothes. On runs however, she is often dressed in a suit
of Light Security armor that the rest of the Dark Legacy has purchased
for her. She has designed this armor such that it is a dark blue (think
Nightcrawler) with bizarre shamanic drawings painted in darker shades
or grey and black.
WildKat is a mixed breed american indian. She is not sure which
tribes her parents are from- her father abandoned the family at an early
age and her mother was killed by a go gang on their journey through the
NAN towards Seattle. She was found by some members of the Ute tribe who
took her in. Her strange shamanic power did not manifest until the tribal
elders, who senses she was magical but could not find her totem, called
in a specialist from Europe. Once properly trained, WildKat left the tribe
and landed in Seattle. There she took to the street poorly, but her shamanic
talents and her indian upbringing gave her a fighting chance. She then
hooked up with the Dark Legacy. Beyond her shamanic talents, she is a crackshot
with a hunting rifle. She has since expanded her repetoire to include
Sniper rifles and now she even impresses Guardian Angel, the team's sniper.
Since joining the team she has co-founded an initiate group dedicated
to protecting orphans, and has initiated to Grade 1.
Steven Mancini <phi@****>

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