Billi Ivey

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Billi Ivey

Post by Billi Ivey » Sat Jul 05, 2008 6:45 am

Billi stands up in front of homeroom, looking defiant. Her attitude is miles thick, and even though she’s not wearing her hat she still manages to imply a certain hattitude.

“Howdy, y’all. I’m Billi Ivey, and I’m from London.”

*grin*

“Naw, just kiddin’. I’m almost sixteen, and I’m from Dallas, Texas, best little town in the world. As y’can see, I ain’t totally normal, but the big brains ain’t sure why or how I’m different. They call me a mutant, and they like to study me, but that’s about it. You ask ‘em what I am, and they start spoutin’ off all this gobbledegook about a buncha different things, so I jus’ call myself a mutant and let it go.

“I was raised on a horse ranch, and I love the rodeo. I ain’t the best in Texas or anything, but I ain’t bad. The big brains finally decided to send me here because I was tired of bein’ the one an’ only freak in the school on the Air Force base.

“Oh, uh, I c’n do stuff with ice. I guess that’s about it. Uh, glad ta be here.”

Billi strides back to her seat, trying to give every indication that she’s a kingpin badass that no one wants to mess with. She doesn’t notice that most people aren’t even looking twice at her skin markings or her completely white eyes.

((OOC))

Billi came to Saint Joe’s after living on a horse ranch in Dallas and attending a school on the nearby Air Force base. Technically an experiment specimen, Billi was recently awarded full citizenship in the United States after a long legal wrangle.

The girl who came to be known as Billi Ivey was actually found nearly 80 years ago by the doomed Scott Expedition. The SE was a group of men who trekked to the South Pole in an effort to be the first explorers to achieve that feat. Unfortunately, they found that another crew had beaten them by more than 30 days.

When they turned back, the men of the expedition found a gigantic cavern. Inside they found the ruins of a small settlement, the heavy doors broken down by an unknown force and the inhabitants frozen solid. They were strange-looking, humanoid but not quite human if the markings on their skin were any indication. Scott had one of the corpses removed along with several other artifacts. The corpse was that of a tiny baby, taken because it wouldn’t add much in terms of weight to the already dangerously overloaded men.

Unfortunately, the expedition didn’t make it back. They were found months later, frozen just as solid as the baby found with them.

The artifacts and the baby moved from hand to hand being studied as curiosities but considered little more than that. Finally it ended up in the back of a cold storage unit, labeled “William IV” and forgotten.

It would have remained there but for chance. While moving the contents of long-term storage to another facility, a psychic investigator was allowed access to some of the stranger artifacts in the hopes that she would be able to find more out about them. The psychic detected a life force hanging over the baby’s still form, and reported the find to her superiors. They quickly went to work, and in a month the child was unfrozen and found to be a healthy baby girl (albeit with some strange markings).

She was raised by an Air Force family on a horse ranch next to Dallas, commuting to school on the Air Force base every day. Being so far away from the centers of superhuman activity, Billi was treated like a freak by most of her classmates, and her behavioral record was something less than perfect. Finally after one fight too many, the officer in charge of her situation looked further afield and found Saint Joseph School. Satisfying himself that the security measures there were adequate, he arranged for her long-term housing and schooling there.

Billi’s sort of a fish out of water, but she’s used to that. She’s also used to a flamboyant, “Look at me!” attitude which gets her into trouble sometimes. Outside of school hours, separating her from her hat takes six mules and an act of Congress.
I think I know enough of hate
To say that for destruction ice
Is also great
And would suffice.
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Re: Billi Ivey

Post by Kara » Sat Jul 05, 2008 6:48 am

Hello, Billi. Let me know if you need anything while you are here.


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Re: Billi Ivey

Post by Delta » Sat Jul 05, 2008 8:45 am

Hey there good lookin'. You know where to find me, if ya ever need any help.
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Post by Jester Quinn » Sat Jul 05, 2008 11:27 am

Jester applauds laconically from the back. She waits until Billi drops into her seat then leans over.

"You going to start handing out autographs now? Because I never knew anybody that lived on an Air Force base before."

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Re: Billi Ivey

Post by Ty Cloud » Sat Jul 05, 2008 12:22 pm

waves as he passes by...

Hey Billi, welcome to SJS.
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Re: Billi Ivey

Post by Blitzen » Sat Jul 05, 2008 12:26 pm

Heya Billi, what Ty said, only throw a GO FLYERS! At the end.

See you around campus.
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Re: Billi Ivey

Post by Katabatik » Sat Jul 05, 2008 1:29 pm

Billi! Hey! Welcome!


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Post by Vesper Fiend » Sat Jul 05, 2008 11:15 pm

Hiya, Billy! Welcome to St. Joe's! You need anything, you can catch me over in Quad 11.
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Re: Billi Ivey

Post by Cryogene » Sat Jul 05, 2008 11:21 pm

*quietly* Hello. You're another cold student?
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Re: Billi Ivey

Post by Abagail Merriweather » Sun Jul 06, 2008 8:17 am

Hello Billi! My name's Sunny! If you need anything, feel free to give me a yell! I'm over in two! Welcome to St. Joes, and GO FLYERS!!!

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Re: Billi Ivey

Post by Victor Agustine » Sun Jul 06, 2008 1:45 pm

*walks up to her and gives her a subtle kiss on the cheek*

Welcome to SJS sweetheart. I'm Vic. Let me know if you need anything.
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Re: Billi Ivey

Post by Jester Quinn » Sun Jul 06, 2008 2:34 pm

Rocks back in her chair and crosses her arms, smirking as the new kid makes like Casanova.

"Oh, this oughta be interesting."

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Re: Billi Ivey

Post by Switched Alex » Sun Jul 06, 2008 2:40 pm

Welcome Billi! Good to have ya!

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Post by Victor Agustine » Sun Jul 06, 2008 2:59 pm

*walks over to Jester*

"What? You jealous?"
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Re: Billi Ivey

Post by Billi Ivey » Sun Jul 06, 2008 3:47 pm

*pulls back from Vic before the kiss lands*

Careful, cowboy. WOuldn't want you ta freeze off somethin' important by doin' something without askin'.
I think I know enough of hate
To say that for destruction ice
Is also great
And would suffice.
-Bobby Frost


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