|Age: Very old, but appears to be low-mid teens||Birthdate: July 14th|
A young woman easily identified with blue-white hair and pale white skin. Her eyes reflecting life around them in their blue-tinted pearl gleam. The world seems to change when she's around, taking on a dreamlike quality. Fog comes and goes with a sweep of her hand, people and places long since gone seem to reappear in her presence, so as such it's no surprise that the long wisps of her dress and her almost shoulder-length hair always seem to move on their own as if caught in a breeze. She moves silently when she walks, barely making a sound. But then the way noises seem to quiet in her presence makes it hard to decide if this is intention or merely a side effect...
While on the Council of Twisted she wore long dark blue robes which hid her feet and had wide sleeves that hung past her hands. Since then her body seems to have regressed slightly and now her robes hang loosely off her frame making the girl struggle to keep them on comfortably. To combat this she exchanged her robes for a poofy blue dress with lace trim and shoulder straps that tie behind her neck in a bow. From time to time she still stubbornly tries to wear her robes even though she's starting to look comically small in them. Typically she roams around barefoot, something that wasn't really apparent until she had to take off her robes. This does nothing to help with the impression that she's gotten younger.
For this child, her exile was literally an eternity. She was banished to a place where time had no meaning, giving her ample opportunity to learn how to use her powers, but as she quickly discovered... no one could leave the pocket dimension, not even people she pulled into it from random worlds to keep her company. Soon she'd pulled enough people and places in with her that she'd created a small town and a massive cemetery - as again, time had no meaning here. People brought in by her powers aged quickly, compounding her grief for her lost family and shame of things beyond her control with the horrible dwelling guilt of watching these people grow old and die around her, always leaving her alone again.
Eventually the Council members sent one of their number to collect her, offering her an escape from this eternal nightmare in exchange for her enslavement to the Council as one of its members. Eager to leave, she agreed to their terms and as soon as was able, the newly appointed councilwoman pulled the contents of the world she'd created onto Twisted, binding it as the area surrounding what is now known as Zeku-Kari Beach. She even cleared away the memory of Airashisa, the last person she'd brought in out of desperation, so that she could lead a life without memories of Nancy or the world she'd created.
During Señor Diablo's takeover of the Council and the creation of the 'Unified Twisted', she learned the fate of her forgotten brother. Upon releasing him, they discovered that his confinement had taken its toll on his mind and all of his memories of his old life were gone... replaced with a fictional life he'd created for himself. Nancy never told him the truth, leaving him to go on with his life without the trauma that remembering his past would cause. Even in a world full of people, once again she was alone...
While it has been hinted at in many scenes it was recently made obvious that Nancy was not given a very good education, or that she's lost large chunks of her experience due to the insane length of time she was imprisoned. Nancy cannot operate complex devices, often shutting them out completely rather than trying to learn. Also, while she randomly makes comments about books she's read or alluding to characters from them her reading skills are remarkably poor. Often she has to sound out words letter by letter. Her wealth of book knowledge simply being a bi-product of the vast amount of time she's had on her hands.
Recently it was admitted that she is the older sibling (even if only by a few minutes) despite how much older her brother looks. A problem which is compounded by the fact she looks even younger now than she did when she was released from her prison. It would seem that being alone freezes her aging which was somehow reversed during her original imprisonment and thus the longer she's around other people the younger she gets. The cause of this and a potential solution have yet to be discovered.
Nancy is terrified of going back, and that keeps her from doing any harm to the people or places currently in Twisted without direct orders. As such, the only manifestation of her powers she allows people to see is the ability to teleport in what appears to everyone else as moving through fog, and the constant movement of her hair and clothing even when no wind is present.
After overexerting herself the wind around her slows to a crawl. This has so far occurred twice. Once where she used her powers to transport a small group of people and furniture to another world to save a room full of people, and again while trying to stop a being she foolishly helped resurrect after they started murdering those around her.
|The Council of Twisted|