Emilie Dan
Portrayed By Julia Ling
Sex Female
Status Unregistered Evolved
Ability Heightened Senses
Age 24
Date of Birth August 13 1985
Date of Death
Occupation Thief/Part-time Cashier
Family None-Disinherited
Significant Other(s) None
First Appearance
Last Appearance

Dealt what could be viewed by others as a somewhat hard lot in life, Emilie seems blissfully unaware of the fact. Through family, school and even life troubles, her unendingly pleasant attitude has carried her through with few permanent scars. And the mugshots didn't look too bad either.

Character History:

Evolved Human Ability:

Though Emilie has a generalized Ability, it can only be used in a singular fashion. While using one sense to it's extreme she cannot use a second, no matter the combination.

When Emilie works at it, she can see greater distances than normal, being able to read typeface, such as that in a book or magazine, at a distance of 5-8 feet. Larger objects are naturally visible to her from a greater distance, for instance a license plate or facial expression can be seen from a distance of a city block.

A drunk a block away, a skunk nearly a half a mile. Sometimes the ability to smell things more greatly is a blessing. Just as often it's a curse.

Emilie has found that it's convenient to be able to hear a siren a mile away, or the sound of footsteps outside the door. Unfortunately, one has to be listening to hear and a person can't be listening all the time.

One of the less pleasing things she's discovered is that no matter where she goes, Emilie finds that all of the foods she has been told are so wonderful are overseasoned. Maybe she just doesn't understand what it means to be a real gourmand. Or is that gourmet?

If she works at it, Emilie can tell a hand loomed piece of cloth from a machine loomed. It really is surprising the amount of difference a predetermined, exacting amount of pressure to weft and weave can make.


Memorable Quotes:

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Trivia and Notes:

  • Emilie has met both Evolved and the Authority (in the form of police, most often) and happens to like the former better.
  • Emilie is unaware that what she does is out of the ordinary.
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