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--------------------------------------------Name: Candace Crowley/ aka Acolyte
Code Name: Pagan
Affiliation (Fallen Hero or Villain): Fallen HeroAge: 26Height: 5' 8''
Weight: 125 lbs
Brief Description of Self:
The Sentinels have a problem. These Fallen guys are bad news. But you can't just go out and track them down and lock 'em up. No, no, no; not these guys. The Sents know virtually nothing about The Fallen, its members, or whoever's leading them. That's where I step in. If you have an organization full of fallen heroes it shouldn't be too hard to take a normal hero and make them look
fallen, right? You take some hero no one’s ever heard of, someone low profile, someone who looks the part. Well, an image change can make her look the part, but being filled with her mother’s malevolent magic can’t hurt either.
I used to be Acolyte, a street level patrol Sentinel out of London. Now I’m Pagan, a vicious witch with an attitude and a falsified rap sheet to match. What can I say, breaking up fights between Pikeys eventually left me wanting, so when the offer was extended to go deep undercover I couldn’t refuse. Plus Khazan’s weather is always nice, unlike London which requires me to wonk around with it every now and again.
I had to have a lot of training to pull this off. A metric ton of training. Not just how to look and act evil-like; I had to completely reinvent myself to become Pagan, and the Sentinels helped. Act this way, walk this way, dress this way, flirt this way, lose that accent, here put on this belt of skulls. I’m still new to this, so when attempting the bad girl routine I can often over do it and come off as too clichedly evil. I’m working on that, but better to be too evil then not evil enough, I suppose. Really the Sents are just worried I’ll lapse into being my normal a goody two-shoes self. My handler even gave me a list of things which I can never mention again: the importance of environmentalism, the spiritual benefits of yoga or meditation, anything regarding animal rights, and how cute Sage of the Alpha Squad is, (seriously though, he is the greatest wizard ever, not to mention incredibly dashing. The perfect combo, am I right?)
Mind: superiorHealing standard
I’m not a nasty person, so the act is a little hard to pull off sometimes. I don’t even like hurting criminals. Before I went undercover I held more of a support role for the London branch. Healing spells and charms saved Grey Widow more than once, and had I been there the day of Dana Tan’s attack, it could have saved her again. That is the only thing I regret in my career thus far.Poison standard
However magic is a two way street. Any power that can strengthen an individual can also be used to curse them if you simply swap out the vowels. I’m not proud of being the daughter of the Bog Bastard and the Plague Witch, but that doesn’t mean I don’t remember some of the old incantations my mom used. I would never use them to kill anyone like she did, but when used just right, it can look incredibly sadistic when all it does is weaken them temporarily.Detective standard
My role for the Sentinels is one of reconnaissance and not active resistance. My handler is Grey Widow’s protégé, Kabuki. Well, she taught me a lot about how to observe a situation, gain intel, and not arouse suspicion. This also requires I get to know the strengths and weaknesses of my fellow Fallen teammates. Weather Control Superior+ area +super area
This is kind of my bread and butter. Storms out of nowhere, mystical fog, crop killing droughts, lightning bolt vengeance from the sky. You know, the usual witchy nonsense. Indoors, outdoors, doesn’t matter. I don’t use it offensively as often, but its not because I don’t know how; its just that its not usually necessary when you’re a good guy. I guess I’m going to have to get some practice on that now though.