|Civilian name||Hannah Kubo|
|PRT Classification||Breaker (Mover 5, Striker 4)|
May 18, 1998
|Height||5 ft 3 in (160 cm)|
|Asbestos C | Astrohaunt B? | Knockoff F? | Misfit A$ | Retcon E | Zettai C?|
A shorter woman, maybe 5'3" or so, with a rather toned form. Short black hair with red highlights, and blue-gray eyes. She's modeled her costume after a fictional character with a similar powerset to hers. A short black and red dress, with a large billowing red cape. To protect her civilian identity, uses a scarf made of the same material as her cape to cover everything below her eyes.
Outside of costume, she's most often wearing jeans and a t-shirt featuring one of several local bands (such as Oral Congress Exception).
Equipment and Resources
She's made enough money from vigilante work to pay the bills enough to avoid needing a day job. If times are tough, she'll pick up part-time work somewhere to make ends meet.
While in costume, Rosebud carries a Beretta 96A1 (with a couple spare magazines) and a knife. In a belt pouch on her costume, she carries around a multitude of police-grade zipties as well as a phone dedicated to cape work.
Skills and Specializations
Extensive training in hand-to-hand combat (Krav Maga) and pistol marksmanship.
Quiet and reserved. She's not the type for chitchat or tomfoolery on a mission. Her spare time is often spent training or gathering information. However, upon completion of a job or other event worthy of celebration, she lets her hair down a little, and might be found getting mildly plastered at a local watering hole.
Rosebud has the ability to transform to and from a cloud of about 1,000 rose petals occupying an area about 3x3x3 feet.
Over a period of at least one second, her body falls apart into a collection of telekinetically-controlled petals. In petal form, she has high mobility (up to about 30 mph), and has the option to spread herself out into a uniform blob over the entire area of her power, or become a single concentrated dense "blob" of petals.
Her petals typically look, feel, and smell like ordinary rose petals. However, she can choose to “harden” them, keeping their appearance the same while making them hard as steel (but still petals, so, for example, fire still burns them). While not artificially sharpened, at speed this is still more than enough to cause some cuts to unprotected skin.
Note that she can only transform herself and items on her person (ie, if she transforms while holding a person, they will be left behind).
Rosebud can return to human form as long as there is space for her to return. To do this she forms her cloud of petals into a singular “blob” before transforming. Any rose petals not near her when she returns from her petal form are left behind, and become “severed” from her power, effectively making them ordinary rose petals. Petals are also severed if they stray too far from her range. If most (>90%) of her petals are destroyed or severed, she will not have enough to return to human form, and will probably perish.
In addition, outside of "comfortable" temperature (50° to 110°F) her petals become erratic and hard to control. If it's too cold they're sluggish and unresponsive. Too hot, and they become a chaotic mess, moving almost of their own volition
If petals are lost, either by being destroyed or severed, she must “recharge” them over a period of about 4 hours. She will be able to transform to and from her form as needed, but will not have her full “inventory” of petals.
 She doesn't have Skitter-style QA multitasking, though. So she can't independently run each petal.
 Her human state is 'frozen' when in her petal form, so any injuries or conditions present will still be there when she returns. In addition, a significant loss in petal count may manifest itself as cuts and scrapes to her human form, indicating that while separate, the two forms are intrinsically tied together.
 Technically speaking, she can "move" a single, imaginary point, that is the "origin" of her petal sphere of influence. Any petals straying from this origin will rapidly lose their power.