“Who am I? Ask the Mystic.”
Hair: Black and White
Weight: 110 pounds
Silva Terrana has no idea of who she is and what her heritage is. She was taken away from her place of origin by Mystic Calm, a man who said “it was for the good of existence” that he did what he had to do.
The Mystic Put her under the protection of the Giradians. It was here where she fell in love with her childhood friend, Prince Rampage and where she was trained in Giradia’s warrior arts by Queen Incense.
She was able to put her past away, thanks to the love of her new found family. But she always knew that Mystic Calm was watching her carefully…
Silva Terrana: Stranger in a Giradian Land
Born: April 2nd, 1970
Eyes: Light Brown
Weight: 110 pounds
Rachel Louise Fairs was adopted by Jim Fairs, a newspaper owner of a newspaper located in Piersdale, NJ called “The Blazing Sun”. With no clue of who her real parents were/are, Rachel considered Jim Fairs to be her true parent.
She has a recurring dream about being carried off in a dark jungle by a man in a hooded cloak when she was a baby. The main thing about that dream that bothers her was the inhuman yell of a woman chasing after them. She never told anyone about that dream because she assumed it was just delusional.
Rachel Fairs: Dreaming Orphan
Jim Fairs died during Rachel’s early twenties and left his journalistic empire to her. She took on her father’s humanitarianism and became editor-in-chief and owner of The Blazing Sun.
She accepted the bright spotlight that came from such a position with ease because she always had this nagging feeling that she was being watched her whole life…
Reporter or just nosy?
“I don’t know if I’m dreaming or awake half the damn time.”
Born: October 1st, 1977
Hair: Dark Brown
Eyes: Dark Brown
Terrell Dest was born and raised in Piersdale, NJ. His father died the day he was born and his mother died when he was five years old.
His adopted parents were good to him and he wound up having a good friend throughout his school years, Karen Weathers.
The thing that affected him throughout his youth was the strange dreams that made it seem like he existed throughout the different eras of human history. He always felt like he didn’t belong in Piersdale.
It was like he was meant for bigger things…
Terrell Dest: The Eternal Dreamer
“Plastics” is a racial slur for the species known as “The Netrel”.