She has charm, charisma and elegance and doesn’t she know it!
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2120. The world has been devastated by conflicts triggered by the multinationals, who after the Boston Agreement of 2069 were able, by popular acclaim, to establish their own nations and set up armies.
Court trials were followed by nuclear wars, in an escalation that led to the desertification of 90% of the planet.
The multinationals’ desire to control and condition the masses turned their CEOs into fully-fledged emperors of the few surviving branded megalopolises in which most of humanity is clustered.
A very strong sense of belonging clouds the minds of their citizens, but does nothing to eliminate the burgeoning crime, driven by poverty.
There is one common enemy: inhabitants of the other cities.
Meanwhile, the brands are getting richer on the back of the people.
But change is on the horizon. “Here come the Girls!”
The femme fatale of the group, she’s incredibly sensual, but not a flirt; she owns a shop selling biomechanical spare parts (and she uses it to deal in contraband weapons and military spare parts). That’s how she met the Girls.
She was injured in an explosion during a revolt, which is why her upper abdomen is patched up with pieces of metal; nevertheless, they do nothing to eclipse her extreme beauty, elegance and seductiveness.
Her sensuality is quite disarming, especially as it’s combined with great self-awareness.
She teases and makes fun of men, laughing and joking about how she can make them blush – and women too.
Strongly independent, she does not have a partner, but does possess a strong sense of morality.
She uses her charms and her character to gain power over villains.