Mutation: Liquifies metal on contact with skin, becomes solid mass again when contact is broken. The effect is inconvenient, but not directly hazardous. Small quantities initially, but larger amounts with prolonged contact. Provided with several tools (eating utensils, door opening methods, gloves, clothing she can easily manage) to prevent mishaps.
Disability: Wears her left arm in a sling beneath her clothing. Scar in left shoulder suggests gunshot. Never answers about it when asked.
Disposition: (Since arrival in August 2019)
- August/September: Seemed reluctant to leave her room, preferring to lay on her bed. Free time spent reading books, required prompting to eat at times. Never talked without being spoken to first, and even then not often responsive, especially toward faculty.
- October: Started going outside, but never more than a few steps from the door back inside. Appears content to just stare at the scenery. More responsive verbally. Still reluctant to speak with faculty but answering some questions.
- November: More adventurous, staying well within sight of the mansion but exploring the grounds. Not much improvement in verbal expression, but showing improvement socially.
Past: Promethean. More than a year spent within Blackburn. Rose up defiant, beaten back down, sort of like a roller coaster ride, with progressively smaller hills.
Classes: (First year) English (AP English Language & Composition), Mathematics (Integrated Mathematics I), French Language, Health and Human Development (Mandatory), Art (Intro Painting)