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Name: Vivian Maxwell
“If you don’t have a purpose, you’re nothing.”
Vivian lost her parents in a car accident when she was ten, walking away unharmed with her younger sister, Rachel. The accident - and the loss - left the siblings emotionally scarred. For Vivian, her personality was affected in a negative way. She blamed the rest of the world for breaking her family apart. She started to fight other kids at school, and her permanent record went from nonexistent to miles long from frequent suspensions. Her social life crashed because she’d make friends only to stab them in the back once their use wore out. When she turned 18, Vivian even changed her surname to her uncle and aunt’s to erase the tragedy of the accident out of her life.
Her relationship with her sister became extremely strained when she was 21; Rae was dependent on Vivian, clinging to her, but Vivian used the dependency to her advantage. After running into financial problems and having to live on the streets for a while, the both of them were approached with an offer to join Nexus; Rae refused and Vivian accepted. Vivian got her sister to cave in once she threatened to abandon her forever. After that, Vivian didn’t hold back on pushing her sister around with whatever leverage she had. Vivian adapted to Nexus quickly, not finding anything wrong with their anti-posthuman views, despite her sister being one. Her aggressive and blunt attitude was a perfect fit with the organization, and she quickly rose up to be known as one of the members with more radical views on how post-humans should be treated.
Significant Event in Life:
When she was in her teenage years, Vivian went searching for the man who had been driving drunk and had, consequently, killed her parents. After some time, she discovered that the man was a post-human. Already secretly enraged at the abnormal abilities that her sister possessed, this discovery opened up Vivian’s eyes and made her believe that post-humans were, in fact, an abomination.
FC: Jane Levy