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May. 6th, 2018

Archie Andrews



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Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

Apr. 21st, 2018

BIO: Jellybean Jones



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pinkfloydvinyl

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Sweet Pea



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sweetp

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: FP Jones



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serpentblood

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Isabelle Lightwood



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hisweakness

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Magnus Bane



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isakittycat

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Jace Lightwood



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lovedestroyed

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Fred Andrews



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fredandrews

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Clary Fray



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alwaysfrayed

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: May Jones



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pieceofgarbage

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Jellybean Jones



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fightreponse

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Luke Garroway



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nowbacktome

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

Apr. 19th, 2018

BIO: Veronica Mars



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Lilly Kane



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Baby



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Papyrus



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Sam Winchester



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Emma Winchester



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Doctor (swl)



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Sam Winchester



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Dean Winchester



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Charles Xavier



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Sherlock Holmes



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Cinder Linh



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Dallas Winston



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Rory Gilmore



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Frisk



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Flowey



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Beth Washington



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Sam Lyndon



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Jessica Sorenson



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Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

Emily Camacho



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Lily Lu Potter



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Doctor (13)



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Crowley



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UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Betty Cooper



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darkexcuses

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GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: FP Jones



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4scythe

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Colt Winchester



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winchestercolt

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GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Rosa Santiago



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nohabloingles

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Jonathan Morgenstern



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sebathan

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GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Tiffany Graves



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serpentbitch

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GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Reggie Mantle



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bestinhisclass

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Casey Bell



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getonthecase

UNDERWORLD ANGEL


GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Frank Gallagher



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quicktalk

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GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.

BIO: Emily Kaldwin



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ladyemily

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GAME: [info - insanejournal.com] Underworld Angel



Morality comes in shades of grey, and none know it quite so well as the Alliance. Exposed for their crimes, they curl up to lick wounds and regroup. Humanity is still in desperate need of betterment, and those who don't leave the establishment in disgust after the origin of Reavers is leaked unite to rebuild a better, more elaborate project. What better way to skirt by the principles of morality than by choosing test subjects who technically shouldn't even exist?

Nobody knows for certain just how the technology was acquired, but cleverly reverse-engineered alien - some might say, Time Lord - tech allowed the same projects responsible for River Tam to continue unscathed. Drawing people from other points in time within parallel universes meant having no family or friends to answer to when those test subjects were harmed during experimentation - and having access to a vast array of natural talents unavailable in humans of their home world.

It worked, initially, but over time the lab rats began to grow discontent. Subjects from the same realities grew closer, patients with similar augmentations began training together in secret, and ultimately the Alliance learned an extremely important lesson: when you mistreat people with incredibly powerful abilities, you will get burned. Those dragged into a world where they never belonged have taken up residence on the once-abandoned planet of Miranda and, with great effort, hijacked the technology used to bend reality. They may not be able to seal the rifts in time and space, but they have been able to prevent the world from collapsing and redirect most rifts to the commandeered planet so newcomers aren't stranded without assistance in a vast, new universe.

Though it took years of war and unfathomable losses, the military compounds which once experimented upon innocent other-worlders have been destroyed. Project: Paradise Lost, the origin of River Tam, has finally seen its last day in the sun and, as far as the 'verse as a whole knows, things have gone quiet on the human augmentation front. Deep in a secret facility, however, Project: Odyssey has taken root - and with it, the Alliance has begun cannibalizing its own military forces, drawing in new recruits who show potential in further experimentation with enhanced powers. Perhaps it's true, what they say: war never changes.