#14 – Magpie

| November 14, 2011 | 3 Comments

I asked Kim if designing Mercy’s teenage form was legit as another character and she said it was, since Magpie was basically a different person, so it is. Magpie was pretty young compared to the rest of her team, second only to Owen, and she was a foolish girl. Brilliant, fast, graceful and confident, but foolish. Her shield and flight powers made combat a laughably easy affair, and she slacked on physical training as a result. She grew overconfident, and when she was stabbed, abducted and lost her powers forever, it was partially her fault. Her sense of invincibility did her in. Three years later she would emerge as Mercy, a powerless woman more powerful than she ever was. Also, she went through a super, super unfortunate goth phase. SORRY WORLD.

Category: 2011, Superhero

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  1. She is very cute despite (or maybe because of) the goth phase!

  2. Diana says:

    Ohh I love Magpie AND Mercy! I would read about either/both versions.

  3. Nycteris says:

    Oh wow I love her outfit!
    It’s got too much white to be depressingly goth. 🙂

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