New Life /// Invader Len & Jealous Angel D
Elizabeth “Liz” Vollified
21 years old
Biography: Centuries ago, from the ashes of chaos, Chronos was born. Elizabeth cared for her children and established her law within the shadows of the night. However, all of that ended twenty-one years ago when Elizabeth was killed only to be reborn. Her parents showered her with love, for the aging couple had long been told that they would never have children. It was only luck that she retained her name. Early on she learned that she needed to blend in with human society. So for twenty-one years she’s been living as a human keeping her powers a secret – as they are not powerful enough for her to even begin to seek revenge.
Personality: Liz always carries with her a sense of superiority. Yet, while she comes off as being “better than thou”, she cares for those who are weaker than she is. She follows what she believes to be truth and is too stubborn to ask for help should she ever need it. While she has resigned herself to being human, she still carries a deep seeded hatred for those around her and a sorrow for not being strong enough to stop what happened.
Life was not enjoyable. Long has she resigned herself to the mediocre tasks of the human life. She was currently living away from home and working at getting a college degree in History. Perhaps she could have applied herself to a different career. She had enough years of knowledge that most things would probably come to her. However, it was always interesting to read history form a textbook – to see how humans had recorded what had happened. Then again, maybe she should have gone into studying the supernatural. However, no matter how much Elizabeth desired to return to the past she couldn’t. She was a human now.
Liz raised her hand as she bid farewell to her group of friends. The night was young so the rest had decided to party the night away after having studying for several hours. While usually she would tag along to at least do something with her miniscule life, tonight was not one of those nights. Her plan was to head back to her apartment and enjoy a cup of tea before resting. Perhaps she’d travel home to her parents the next day and check up on them. They had somehow put up with a feisty, stubborn vampire human for the past twenty-one years. The least she could do was pretend to be a good daughter.
A chill traveled down her spine as she heard a set of footsteps behind her. Just because she was human didn’t mean that she was helpless. So she kept on walking, picking up her speed just a little bit. As expected the footsteps increased their pace as well. Swearing under her breath, she swung her head around to try to get a look at who was following her. Not even a second later her head collided with the brick wall of the nearby building. Instinct kicked in and she lashed out at her attacker. She managed to get in a good right hook and a solid kick. However her moves didn’t seem to do much as once more her head smacked against the wall.
It didn’t make sense. She was stronger than any normal human – as she had not lost all of the strength she had possessed as a vampire. She shook her head as she tried to clear the blur in front of her eyes – trying to ignore the feeling of blood that oozed down the back of her head. In the light of the moon she caught the glimpse the fanged smile of her attacker. Anger rose within her at the thought that a measly vampire had her cornered. However, her eyes quickly widened as she caught sight of an hourglass branded upon the vampire’s neck. Chronos.