Emily Epstein

Chesterfield Act Registry of the Evolved Database

File #27 Feb 2018 05:45

Name Emily Alison Epstein Aliases
Status Registered Evolved (Class U Unknown) Ability Unknown
Gender Female
Birthdate September 11, 1999 Age 19
Height 5' 7" Build Slim
Eyes Blue Hair Blonde
Residence Elmhurst
Employment Unemployed
Parents Avi Epstein (father; estranged)
Rachel Epstein-Raith (mother)
Siblings Taylor Epstein (brother; deceased)
Marital Status Single Children None
First Scene A Celebration of History - Entrance
The Appearance of Yatagarasu
Last Scene
Profile Emily Epstein is the estranged daughter of Avi Epstein. She has survived numerous catastrophes both personal and otherwise, and is a resilient and ferociously intelligent young woman. She suffers from multiple sclerosis and is a leukemia survivor. Emily has difficulty standing or walking for prolonged periods of time and often uses a wheelchair or crutches to help with this disability.
Emily Epstein
portrayed by
Elle Fanning

Hidden in the tall grass / In the naked light of day

Put my past self in the ground / I've been dancing on the grave

I'm not the person that I was then / I'm tearing them away

I was bitter, I was careless / I was nineteen and afraid

But you deserve more from me

- I Don't Like Who I Was Then - The Wonder Years


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avi_icon.gif He's done a fine job of keeping me away from him, and I've done just as great a job of trying not to close the gap. I don't fucking know what to do. He's — I don't even know a fraction of the shit he's done. I can never get through his mentions in Wolves, have never been able sit down and go through what happened in Albany. I-I don't know that I want to know. For how terrible he is at showing it, I know he cares. I'm still so fucking mad at him, though. About the way he acts, about … about everything.
Rachel Mom. She tears me apart right now, and I talk with her as little as possible. I'm mad at her for not thinking enough of me, for lying about some stuff about Dad, and for not giving me enough space to be me. She doesn't believe she was ever in the wrong, that she knows better, that she knows more about me than me. I can't bring myself to see her again right now, because she can just … be very convincing. And I don't want to let her talk me out of everything I'm working toward. Out of the life I'm building in New York. I'm sorry, Mom. I wish it didn't have to be like this.
julie_icon.gif She's the closest thing I've ever had to a sister. A sibling. Together, I'd like to think each of us make half of a working family. She's the only one I can talk to about anything and not feel judged. I hope someday she'll let me in the same way I've let her.
devon_icon.gif Stupid fucking Wolfhound puppy. I never should have trusted him. The moment I finally started to open up, I was rewarded with a knife in the back. I blame him just as much as Richard for what happened.
eileen_icon.gif Eileen Gray, not Ruskin. From another future. Holder of something called the Black Conduit. Talks to birds. I trust her more than I trust my father, even though I think she'd kill me if it suited her. Dangerous as she is, I don't doubt for a moment I'll learn a lot working with her.


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