Athletics 4 (+5), Expertise [Pop Culture] 4 (+5), Insight 6 (+8.), Perception 6 (+8.), Stealth 7 (+9)
Close Attack 4, Improved Initiative, Interpose, Teamwork
Powers: Invisible Girl:
Concealment 4 [all Visual Senses] (Extra: Affects Others)
Force Field 11 (Extras: Affects Others, Impervious); (Feat: Subtle)
-Personal Invisible Field:
Force Field 10 (Extra: Impervious 11); (Feats: Subtle, Ultimate Effort [Ultimate Toughness Checks])
Melee Attack +6
Ranged Attack +2
Toughness +11*/+1 [*Personal Invisible Field (Impervious)]
Costs: Abilities 24+ Skills 9+ Advantages 7+ Powers 43+ Defenses 17= 100 pts.
Violet finds herself being drawn to her classmate Warren.
Violet is the daughter of two superheroes, Mr. Incredible and Elasti-Girl.
Violet doesn’t handle meeting new people all that well and will sometimes use her powers to fade away so she can go unnoticed.
The eldest of three children, Violet is a quiet girl who mostly wanted to be left alone. Thanks to both her parents being former superheroes, Mr. Incredible and Elasti-Girl respectively, who retired following their discovery that Elasti-Girl was pregnant.
They did this as to protect they’re newly growing family and continued to stay out of the limelight for several years as Violet’s younger brothers were born. But eventually the criminal Syndrome, a former fan of Mr. Incredible turned super-inventor criminal, sought the Parr family in an effort to destroy his former hero and forced Mr. Incredible and Elasti-Girl (who re-named herself Mrs. Incredible) out of retirement to protect their family.
During that adventure, which took the entire family to the a remote island in the Pacific Ocean, Violet and her oldest, younger brother, Dash, both learned ways to use their already manifested powers offensively (their powers emerged when they were both younger and their parents taught them how to control them to maintain the family’s cover) to protect themselves from Syndrome’s hired goons. Eventually the Incredibles, as the family is now collectively known, managed to defeat Syndrome and return to their ‘normal life’.
A few years later the elder Parrs were approached by Donald Henderson with an offer for them both to become teachers at a school he was funding, to be called the Arcadian Academy. It was too help young metahumans, specifically Jokers and Wild Strikers, get help in learning how to control their powers and use them to defend themselves in a world that often tried to make targets of them. The idea appealed to the couple and they agreed, quickly completing a few required college classes they’d need to get certification as teachers.
To that end Violet was enrolled in the AA while her brothers, Dash and Jack-Jack were sent to attend PS328 (a school in Bay City's Jokertown for Joker and Wild Striker adolescents before they were old enough to attend the AA). Not that she was overly thrilled about the idea of leaving her few close friends but realized there was little she could do to change the situation, though once she laid eyes on fellow student Warren Peace she was a bit more open to the new school.
As one of the more experienced students Violet is what is known as a prefect; a senior student that is supposed to help the other students and has a bit of authority over them as well. It’s not something Violet enjoys all that much given her inherent shyness and she often lets students approach her if they need her help instead of being more proactive as she is supposed to be.