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Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 2:30 pm
Anthony Masters
Wha?
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 2:25 pm
Anthony Masters
mhm...
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:57 pm
Anthony Masters
Oh.
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:51 pm
Anthony Masters
No. Not at all. I am not a creeper. I was talking IC. If I was OOC I would use (())
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:46 pm
Anthony Masters
((Are you talking about irl?))
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:42 pm
Anthony Masters
So again..who are you?
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:37 pm
Anthony Masters
Because some of us focus on other characters then others.
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:34 pm
Anthony Masters
Ok...and?
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:30 pm
Anthony Masters
And who might you be?
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:26 pm
Anthony Masters
<.<
Depends on whose asking.

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{This account is under new management so if things change on this pro the changes have not been made by lady steele. Lady steele gave me permission to use this account.}
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Real name: Danielle "Dani" Moonstar
Former aliases: Psyche, Mirage, Dana M.
Identity: Secret
Occupation: (current) Student, Adventurer
Legal status: Citizen of the United States with no criminal record
Place of birth: Boulder, Colorado
Marital status: Single
Known relatives: Black Eagle (grandfather, deceased), William Lonestar (father), Peg Lonestar (mother)
Base of operations: (current) Xavier Institute, Salem Center, Westchester County, New York State.
First appearance: MARVEL GRAPHIC NOVEL #4
Personality: When Dani first arrived at the institute she was very much a loner, and very self-reliant. She would follow her own instincts and often behave in what others deemed a reckless manner. Over time she learned the trust those around her, and although she is still very driven she knows now she has friends who can help her.


Height: 5 ft. in.
Weight: 105 lbs.
Eyes: Dark brown/black
Hair: Black
Strength: Moonstar possesses the normal human strength of a girl of her age, height, and build who engages in extensive regular exercise.


Abilities: Moonstar is a better than average athlete for her age, in large part because of all the times she has spent on her own in the wilderness. She has a fair knowledge of hand-to-hand combat, and is a particularly good horseback rider and swimmer.

Transportation: As Mirage, she had a winged, Asgardian horse, Brightwind (now known as Darkwind), who is capable of flight. His top speed is unknown. She still has Darkwind even though she no longer a Valkyrie.

Known superhuman powers: Moonstar is a mutant with the superhuman psionic power to create three-dimensional images of certain visual concepts from within the minds of herself and others. Originally, Moonstar could only create images of the objects of other people's greatest fears. Later, she learned how to reach into another person's subconscious and project an image of the object of that person's "heart's desire." Still later, under Charles Xavier's further training, Moonstar learned to use her power to derive and project more specific images from another person's mind that were unrelated to such strong emotional states. Moreover, she learned how to project such images around herself and others in order to alter the appearance of herself and others.
For example, once she and her fellow student Cannonball, neither dressed impressively at the time, had to find Wolfsbane at a stylish hotel. In order that she and Cannonball would look as if they belonged in the hotel, Moonstar made herself and Cannonball look like the desk clerk's mental image of the ideal wealthy guests for the hotel. Most recently, Moonstar has learned to project three-dimensional versions of images from her own mind, such as life-size images of the students training in the use of their powers.
Despite the fact that Moonstar must probe a person's subsconscious in order to discover the mental image she wishes to project, she is not a true telepath. Although she can consciously initiate the mental probing in order to find and project an image, the probing process itself is not governed by her conscious mind. Hence, Moonstar does not consciously know what the image she seeks in another person's mind is (in any more detail than that it is the image of the object of his or her greatest fear, or that it is the image of his or her ideal customer, or whatever) until its image actually appears in three-dimensional form before her.
The three-dimensional imagesthat Moonstar causes to appear are similar to holograms, although they are created by psionic energy rather than by lasers, and can be seen by anyone in their vicinity. However, only the people from whom Moonstar derives the images will perceive them as "real," indistinguishable from the real persons or objects they portray. To other people, the images are recognizable as illusions. The illusions are immaterial, composed of psionic energy.


Moonstar can use her power to derive and project mental images on several people at once. Each "victim" will see a different image, corresponding to his or her own individual concept of the kind of image that Moonstar seeks. If, for example, she sought to make a group of people each see the object of his or her greatest fear, probably each person in the group will see an image of a different person or thing. Probably if she caused each member of the X=Students to see an image of Professor Xavier, each member would see a subtly different image, according to his or her own perception of Xavier's personality, handsomeness, and so forth. However, even though each "victim" in such a group would see only one image, Moonstar herself and anyone else in the vicinity would see each of the images drawn from the minds of each of the "victims."
The seeming materialization of the object of his or her greatest fear of desire invariably has immediate emotional impact on the person from whom Moonstar has drawn the image she projects. Moonstar's images dissolve and cease to exist as soon as she ceases to maintain sufficient concentration to keep them visible.
Moonstar is limited in the use of her power by her need to see the person from whose consciousness she derives her images. She can use her power on a person even if he or she can only be seen by Moonstar through binoculars. However, she cannot draw images from a person who is standing only a few feet from her, but behind something she cannot see through. Nor can she derive images from a person whom she sees via live television but who is not actually within her vicinity.At first Moonstar could not control her image projecting powers, and she would draw and project images without consciously willing to do so. However, she has learned to control her power due to Charles Xavier's guidance and her own growing maturity, so that now her power operates only when she wills it to do so.


At first Moonstar could not control her image projecting powers, and she would draw and project images without consciously willing to do so. However, she has learned to control her power due to Charles Xavier's guidance and her own growing maturity, so that now her power operates only when she wills it to do so. Moonstar's ultimate potential is to be able to cause her three-dimensional images to become tangible entities of psionic force. She has so far only been able to make use of this full potential temporarily when her abilities were briefly augmented psionically by Charles Xavier when he was mentally possessed by a member of the alien Brood.
Moonstar can also use her power to derive and project images of the objects of fear or desire from the minds of animals. The only difference is that the animal from which she derives the image will be the only being to see it. She can even use this power on fish and certain insects, although not on animals with intelligence any lower than these creatures. Moonstar can derive mental images of her winged horse Brightwind's objects of fear and love even if Brightwind is beyond the range of her sight, and project such images to him over a great distance. The limits of her powers with regard to Brightwind are unknown. She has summoned him in the past by projecting an image of herself, whom he loves, to him, even though he is out of her range of sights.
Moonstar can achieve a quasi-telepathic rapport with higher animals including primates (but not including human beings), members of the dog and cat families (including wolves and mountain lions, for example), and birds. She can sense their feelings, consciously perceive images in their minds, and even see through their eyes. However, since an animal's ability to conceptualize is highly limited, she is limited as to what she telepathically can learn from an animal.


Moonstar also has a quasi-telepathic rapport with her winged horse Brightwind; possibly Brightwind has psychic abilities of his own that make the rapport easier.
While accompanying Valkyries in Asgard, Moonstar was endowed with the ability to perceive and sense the coming of Death. She could perceive a "deathglow" surrounding a person who is in serious danger of dying; although normal people cannot see the glow. Moreover, Moonstar could perceive Death incarnate, in whatever form it takes to claim the person with the deathglow. A person surrounded by the deathglow is in danger of death, but might still be saved from dying (until he or she meets his or her inevitable end at some later time under different circumstances). In fact, due to her new Valkyrie powers, Moonstar can do physical battle with Death itself and death gods. She has created an illusory "Cheyenne ghost-shaft" drawing upon an image in her own mind, and had successfully wielded it as a weapon against Death itself and the Asgardian death goddess Hela. She had succeeded in driving away Hela when she attempted to claim the soul of Wolverine, and in driving away Death itself when it came for Margaret Power, the mother of the four original members of Power Pack. Both Wolverine and Mrs. Power returned to full health.

She no longer retains her Valkyrie powers.

What makes you human..?

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Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 2:30 pm
Anthony Masters
Wha?
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 2:25 pm
Anthony Masters
mhm...
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:57 pm
Anthony Masters
Oh.
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:51 pm
Anthony Masters
No. Not at all. I am not a creeper. I was talking IC. If I was OOC I would use (())
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:46 pm
Anthony Masters
((Are you talking about irl?))
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:42 pm
Anthony Masters
So again..who are you?
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:37 pm
Anthony Masters
Because some of us focus on other characters then others.
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:34 pm
Anthony Masters
Ok...and?
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:30 pm
Anthony Masters
And who might you be?
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:26 pm
Anthony Masters
<.<
Depends on whose asking.

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{This account is under new management so if things change on this pro the changes have not been made by lady steele. Lady steele gave me permission to use this account.}
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Real name: Danielle "Dani" Moonstar
Former aliases: Psyche, Mirage, Dana M.
Identity: Secret
Occupation: (current) Student, Adventurer
Legal status: Citizen of the United States with no criminal record
Place of birth: Boulder, Colorado
Marital status: Single
Known relatives: Black Eagle (grandfather, deceased), William Lonestar (father), Peg Lonestar (mother)
Base of operations: (current) Xavier Institute, Salem Center, Westchester County, New York State.
First appearance: MARVEL GRAPHIC NOVEL #4
Personality: When Dani first arrived at the institute she was very much a loner, and very self-reliant. She would follow her own instincts and often behave in what others deemed a reckless manner. Over time she learned the trust those around her, and although she is still very driven she knows now she has friends who can help her.


Height: 5 ft. in.
Weight: 105 lbs.
Eyes: Dark brown/black
Hair: Black
Strength: Moonstar possesses the normal human strength of a girl of her age, height, and build who engages in extensive regular exercise.


Abilities: Moonstar is a better than average athlete for her age, in large part because of all the times she has spent on her own in the wilderness. She has a fair knowledge of hand-to-hand combat, and is a particularly good horseback rider and swimmer.

Transportation: As Mirage, she had a winged, Asgardian horse, Brightwind (now known as Darkwind), who is capable of flight. His top speed is unknown. She still has Darkwind even though she no longer a Valkyrie.

Known superhuman powers: Moonstar is a mutant with the superhuman psionic power to create three-dimensional images of certain visual concepts from within the minds of herself and others. Originally, Moonstar could only create images of the objects of other people's greatest fears. Later, she learned how to reach into another person's subconscious and project an image of the object of that person's "heart's desire." Still later, under Charles Xavier's further training, Moonstar learned to use her power to derive and project more specific images from another person's mind that were unrelated to such strong emotional states. Moreover, she learned how to project such images around herself and others in order to alter the appearance of herself and others.
For example, once she and her fellow student Cannonball, neither dressed impressively at the time, had to find Wolfsbane at a stylish hotel. In order that she and Cannonball would look as if they belonged in the hotel, Moonstar made herself and Cannonball look like the desk clerk's mental image of the ideal wealthy guests for the hotel. Most recently, Moonstar has learned to project three-dimensional versions of images from her own mind, such as life-size images of the students training in the use of their powers.
Despite the fact that Moonstar must probe a person's subsconscious in order to discover the mental image she wishes to project, she is not a true telepath. Although she can consciously initiate the mental probing in order to find and project an image, the probing process itself is not governed by her conscious mind. Hence, Moonstar does not consciously know what the image she seeks in another person's mind is (in any more detail than that it is the image of the object of his or her greatest fear, or that it is the image of his or her ideal customer, or whatever) until its image actually appears in three-dimensional form before her.
The three-dimensional imagesthat Moonstar causes to appear are similar to holograms, although they are created by psionic energy rather than by lasers, and can be seen by anyone in their vicinity. However, only the people from whom Moonstar derives the images will perceive them as "real," indistinguishable from the real persons or objects they portray. To other people, the images are recognizable as illusions. The illusions are immaterial, composed of psionic energy.


Moonstar can use her power to derive and project mental images on several people at once. Each "victim" will see a different image, corresponding to his or her own individual concept of the kind of image that Moonstar seeks. If, for example, she sought to make a group of people each see the object of his or her greatest fear, probably each person in the group will see an image of a different person or thing. Probably if she caused each member of the X=Students to see an image of Professor Xavier, each member would see a subtly different image, according to his or her own perception of Xavier's personality, handsomeness, and so forth. However, even though each "victim" in such a group would see only one image, Moonstar herself and anyone else in the vicinity would see each of the images drawn from the minds of each of the "victims."
The seeming materialization of the object of his or her greatest fear of desire invariably has immediate emotional impact on the person from whom Moonstar has drawn the image she projects. Moonstar's images dissolve and cease to exist as soon as she ceases to maintain sufficient concentration to keep them visible.
Moonstar is limited in the use of her power by her need to see the person from whose consciousness she derives her images. She can use her power on a person even if he or she can only be seen by Moonstar through binoculars. However, she cannot draw images from a person who is standing only a few feet from her, but behind something she cannot see through. Nor can she derive images from a person whom she sees via live television but who is not actually within her vicinity.At first Moonstar could not control her image projecting powers, and she would draw and project images without consciously willing to do so. However, she has learned to control her power due to Charles Xavier's guidance and her own growing maturity, so that now her power operates only when she wills it to do so.


At first Moonstar could not control her image projecting powers, and she would draw and project images without consciously willing to do so. However, she has learned to control her power due to Charles Xavier's guidance and her own growing maturity, so that now her power operates only when she wills it to do so. Moonstar's ultimate potential is to be able to cause her three-dimensional images to become tangible entities of psionic force. She has so far only been able to make use of this full potential temporarily when her abilities were briefly augmented psionically by Charles Xavier when he was mentally possessed by a member of the alien Brood.
Moonstar can also use her power to derive and project images of the objects of fear or desire from the minds of animals. The only difference is that the animal from which she derives the image will be the only being to see it. She can even use this power on fish and certain insects, although not on animals with intelligence any lower than these creatures. Moonstar can derive mental images of her winged horse Brightwind's objects of fear and love even if Brightwind is beyond the range of her sight, and project such images to him over a great distance. The limits of her powers with regard to Brightwind are unknown. She has summoned him in the past by projecting an image of herself, whom he loves, to him, even though he is out of her range of sights.
Moonstar can achieve a quasi-telepathic rapport with higher animals including primates (but not including human beings), members of the dog and cat families (including wolves and mountain lions, for example), and birds. She can sense their feelings, consciously perceive images in their minds, and even see through their eyes. However, since an animal's ability to conceptualize is highly limited, she is limited as to what she telepathically can learn from an animal.


Moonstar also has a quasi-telepathic rapport with her winged horse Brightwind; possibly Brightwind has psychic abilities of his own that make the rapport easier.
While accompanying Valkyries in Asgard, Moonstar was endowed with the ability to perceive and sense the coming of Death. She could perceive a "deathglow" surrounding a person who is in serious danger of dying; although normal people cannot see the glow. Moreover, Moonstar could perceive Death incarnate, in whatever form it takes to claim the person with the deathglow. A person surrounded by the deathglow is in danger of death, but might still be saved from dying (until he or she meets his or her inevitable end at some later time under different circumstances). In fact, due to her new Valkyrie powers, Moonstar can do physical battle with Death itself and death gods. She has created an illusory "Cheyenne ghost-shaft" drawing upon an image in her own mind, and had successfully wielded it as a weapon against Death itself and the Asgardian death goddess Hela. She had succeeded in driving away Hela when she attempted to claim the soul of Wolverine, and in driving away Death itself when it came for Margaret Power, the mother of the four original members of Power Pack. Both Wolverine and Mrs. Power returned to full health.

She no longer retains her Valkyrie powers.

What makes you human..?

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Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 2:30 pm
Anthony Masters
Wha?
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 2:25 pm
Anthony Masters
mhm...
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:57 pm
Anthony Masters
Oh.
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:51 pm
Anthony Masters
No. Not at all. I am not a creeper. I was talking IC. If I was OOC I would use (())
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:46 pm
Anthony Masters
((Are you talking about irl?))
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:42 pm
Anthony Masters
So again..who are you?
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:37 pm
Anthony Masters
Because some of us focus on other characters then others.
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:34 pm
Anthony Masters
Ok...and?
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:30 pm
Anthony Masters
And who might you be?
Anthony Masters Report | 11/11/2010 1:26 pm
Anthony Masters
<.<
Depends on whose asking.

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