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Deserae Freely

Name Deserae Marie Freely

Position Freshman


Character Information

Hero Name Kineta Volte
Gender Female
Nickname (if any) Des
Date of Birth February 2, 2000
Age 18
Place of Birth Elkhart, Indiana
Race Caucasian
Religion Athiest
Sexual Orientation Bisexual
Physical/Bodily Health History Des has always been healthy, never had any surgeries or major injuries.
Mental Health/History Des has anxiety and depression that she has learned to live with and is taking steps to overcome.

Physical Appearance

Height 5'7
Weight 137lbs
Hair Color Auburn
Eye Color Hazel
Distinguishing Marks/Tattoos Freckles covering most of her body.
Physical Description Deserae keeps her auburn hair mid-back in length and plainly styled. She wears minimal makeup, allowing her natural freckles and pale skin tone to shine. She is slightly above average height and average weight. She is generally well-kempt and clean.


Spouse or Significant Other None
Relationship Status Single
Children None
Father Benson Freely
Mother Janelle (Blake) Freely (deceased)
Brother(s) Nicholas 'Nick' Freely (23)
Sister(s) None
Other Family, Relatives, or Significant Others Beatrice Blake, maternal grandmother

Personality & Traits

General Overview Friendly, though introverted, Des is often seen as a loner. Though she does have friends, she isn't a big socializer, preferring to stay home with a good book, movie, or crafting project, rather than go out and party. She is smart but doesn't always seem it, sometimes even playing dumb to get out of situations that she feels are uncomfortable.

Des is also quite passionate about her hobbies and fandoms, but doesn't tend to talk about them outside of online communities for them. Much more talkative online than in person. However, she feels she is plain and boring.
Hero Powers/Abilities Des can create, shape, and manipulate electricity and electrical fields.
Strengths & Weaknesses Strengths: Good with her hands, intelligent, loyal

Weaknesses: socially awkward, insecure
Quirks Isn't talkative face to face, but is very chatty online. She doesn't like large crowds, but is in several large online communities where she shares her art and creations.

Has a penchant for weird/odd music and videos.

Loves musicals and 80's teen movies.

Sometimes breaks out into song when words associated with favourite songs are said.
Favorite Quotes/Mottos "We're all pretty bizarre. Some of us are just better at hiding it, that's all." - Andrew, Breakfast Club
"When you grow up, your heart dies."—Allison, Breakfast Club
"You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” - Princess Bride
“Her heart was a secret garden and the walls were very high.” - Princess Bride
"Heroes are made by the path they choose, not the powers they are graced with." – Iron Man
Ambitions To find her place in life.
Hobbies & Interests Cross stitch, crochet, knitting, sewing, reading, movies, video games, painting, drawing.


Usual Style/Clothes Comfortable, but still stylish, though not always current with fashion. She doesn't like tight fitting or overly floral prints. Usually wears pants, but will wear skirts on occasion. Will also wear dresses on occasion.
Hero Costume None yet.

Personal History Deserae is the youngest of two born to Benson and Janelle Freely. When she was eight, her mother was hit killed by a drunk driver while walking the family dog at night. As Benson was a police officer and couldn't guarantee he would be home for his children, he made the choice to move his mother-in-law, also recently widowed, into the family home. So, for the next four years, Deserae was raised mostly by her grandmother, though always had her father around to spend time with.

She learned to cook, bake, cross stitch, embroider, knit, crochet, and sew from her traditionalist grandmother. Des enjoys doing these activities along with reading, but her true passion is video games. Her brother, Nick, taught her to play when she was younger, and it was the only activity that the family, minus Grandma, did together. Des loves to best Nick in games, though she’s not that great at first person shooters.

Aside from losing her mother, Des had a normal childhood. She was always happy and well cared for. She did well in school, often having high grades. What she didn’t have was a social life outside her online communities and games. She was always socially awkward and introverted, she didn’t like talking especially small talk. Preferring a good book or movie over a party always saw her left out of the fun. She had a few close friends, but not a huge circle like most of her peers.

Her good grades landed her a scholarship to Princeton University for a History major and Visual Arts minor. She was excited to go to Princeton and get out of the small town she’d grown up in. Unfortunately, though she opted out of the senior prank, she still found herself in the same trouble as her peers. One of her friends had gone along with what was intended to a be a minor prank of filling as many rooms as possible with streamers and balloons but chickened out when someone started handing out cans of spray paint. She called Des for a ride, and being a loyal friend, Des went to the school to pick her up. Unfortunately, before she could find her friend, the police showed up and arrested all of them.

Despite knowing Desarae, and the fact that she wouldn’t normally do such a thing, the arresting officer still decided that she must be lying about not being involved. Des found herself charged with vandalism and facing court. All of this somehow got back to Princeton and she lost her scholarship. Thankfully, due to pressure from her father, the incident was more thoroughly investigated and Deserae’s name was cleared along with half of the seniors who were charged that night. The same day she learned the charges were being dropped, she received her rejection letter from Princeton.

Heartbroken, Deserae started looking for universities she could afford to go to. It wasn’t that they didn’t have a lot of money, but with Nick already in university, there wasn’t a large fund for her to pull from. Between her earnings from the cashiering job she’d had since she turned 16, and what was left of the education fund her father had set up, Deserae found Gulf Coast University was the only university offering a visual arts program that she could afford. She decided to drop history as a major and just go for visual arts. Her father wasn’t very happy with her school choice but couldn’t argue with her reasons for choosing the school.