Loves: William; intimidating; defeating those who annoy her; her new ship painted with absolute black that makes her impossible to detect. Hobbies: freezing and blowing up stuff, like plants, animals, people, meteors, islands, space colonies, moons... Family: Her father has been vaporized, at first blamed on her mother, Lucinda. Bax killed him to take over the family fortune and is now hunted by the Fidean militia; has a brother, Dex (right) who is one of those people who annoy her. Fears: claustrophobic; going up against the powerful Sisters, the women who are the mysterious founders of the Fidean civilization. Goals: make William become her traveling partner, forever; impress Fideans with her powers; continue to build the wealth that now makes all that she wants possible. A quote from her ship's computer recordings regarding Bax's attempt to destroy colony 46Platinum (from an exclusive of The Fidean Newsweek): “Do your job! Calculate the trajectory, then focus the and energy.” “Yes, oh powerful one who likes to destroy.” “Computer, I can turn you off, you need to watch the attitude.” “Turning me off would be a disaster. Try it. See what happens. But, as per your request, I’ve entered the trajectory, power needed, and a video so that you can learn from your mistakes.” “I don’t make mistakes.” “Oh, I suppose I momentarily forgot. How dreadful of me.” “We’ll see if Fidea wakes up and realizes that they aren’t as snug and safe as they think they are.” “I won’t allow it.” “What the hell do you mean, ‘you won’t allow it?’” “My programming calculates collateral damage. These people working there have to be a threat to you or Fidea. They are not. They are, unlike others we won’t name but who are blue and love to bitch, useful. Therefore, it is illogical to kill them. This has been part of my programming since my installation on two other ships.” “You’re my computer and you will do what I say! I will have you replaced.” “I’m sorry, oh great one, I dozed off. I’ll be closing down and shifting into sleep mode now. Good night.” “You’d better not! I’m not finished blowing things up!” The computer makes snoring sounds then shuts down.
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