|Civilian name||Hannah Crook|
|PRT Classification||Breaker Brute, Mover|
|Born||April 26, 1999|
|A E? | B D+ | BD A | H E? | IM C$ | Q E+ | TC D | W F | WS D | Z E?|
Known for previously running with an aerokinetic blaster named Windbreak and a brute/striker named Astroglide.
Very low priority villains, they mostly did vandalism with their powers and robbed the occasional gas station for some quick cash.
Ever since her teammates fucked off, Ball has been on a one-woman bitch fest.
5’10, greasy brown hair, blue eyes. Wears trashy clothing usually a couple sizes too large.
In costume, same thing, but has a half-assed masquerade mask on her face.
- Wealth Level:* 5
Skills and Specializations
- Very proficient shoplifter
- Good pickpocket
- Knows how to spot and duck cameras
- Good at finding safe places to sleep at night
Believes that the world is a shithole and that everyone has to watch out for themselves and their close people. Has a hair-temper trigger and is prone to violence if she feels she’s not being properly respected.
Ball has the ability to form her body into a sphere roughly four feet across. It retains her normal body-weight, but becomes as hard as steel while in this shape. In this state, she can change direction and speed extremely quickly, but is unable to see anything. This allows her to turn into a ball and launch herself at someone, but the targeting is finicky.
In ball-form, she is capable of traveling up to forty miles an hour. If she remains in her ball form for longer than a minute at a time she becomes violently ill afterwards. She counts as an object for non-damaging Manton effects when she’s in her ball form.
Hannah was what was known as a ‘transient child,’ doing a lot of moving into a new home, running away, getting caught, and repeating. She fell into drugs early in her life and never quite kicked the habit.
Once she turned 18 and nobody gave a shit about her anymore, she became properly homeless, living with groups of other ‘transient’ people in camps and abandoned buildings.
One day, she took something that caused a bad trip, during which she hallucinated the worst foster parents she’d had to live with. She panicked, causing some of the other people in the camp to grab hold of her in fear that she might hurt herself or someone else. Being unable to escape the hallucinations and get away from what she perceived as abusers, she triggered.