"A Cure for All Ills"
Name: Sophie Andrews
Birthdate: February 14, 1989 Occupation: Student at the University of Sydney going for a Nursing degree (bachelors of science/master of nursing) and she volunteers at the local pediatric hospital.
Weight: 140 lbs
Hair Color: Strawberry Blonde, shoulder length
Eye Color: Green
Description: Sophie is of normal body type. She usually has a smile on her face and sparkling eyes. She wears clothes that are stylish but in good taste.
Personality: Sophie is a friendly, caring person. She is a little shy at times. She is a bookworm and loves animals. She wants to help others and is optimistic. She also is a hopeless romantic, and loyal to her family and friends. Sophie likes to swim and go sailing as well.
History: Sophie was born in Sydney on Valentines Day to a Pediatric Nurse and a Sporting Goods Salesman. Her mom, the nurse, works at the local pediatric hospital where Sophie volunteers. She has a younger brother, Jason, who is 12 years old.
She first learned of her power when she was 10 and Jason was 4. He fell of the swings on the playground after school and skinned his left knee badly. She went to his side and put her hand right above the wound. Imagining that the wound was gone she opened her eyes to find that it was indeed gone. She was afraid of this ability at first but now she has seen that it gave her a calling in life.
So she decided to become a nurse. Sophie feels that her gift was given to her for a reason and believes that there may be others out there with powers too. In high school she was well liked and in the top ten percent of her class. She had a small circle of friends. She has made a few new friends at university but as a freshman she has only begun her courses so she's sure that she'll meet others.
Super Power: Healing others by touching them near the wound and imagining the wound to be gone. She cannot heal the dead though.
Weaknesses: Sophie was brought up with good morals and virtues yet she does have a small weakness for chocolate and a nervous habit of clicking her pen or pencil when she's in deep thought or waiting for a long time.