"Through the Looking Glass"
Name: Helen Sullivan
Birthdate: April 1, 1992
Occupation: Student at Sydney Municipal Secondary School
Height: 5’5” (1.65m)
Weight: 120 lbs. (54 kg)
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Blue-gray
Description: Helen is of normal height and build for her age. Her hair is long- several inches past shoulder-length- and the lightest blonde without being white. Most of the time, her face is set into an expression of passive attention, but she is really taking in more than she lets on.
Personality: Helen is friendly, if a bit reserved. She tends to keep to herself most of the time, but likes to keep a few close friends. She has an open nature which tends to make people think she cares more than she actually does, but because of her unwillingness to hurt people, she sits patiently while they unload their worries on her.
History: Helen was born on April Fool’s Day to a Lawyer and the owner of a petrol station. Her mother- the lawyer- scaled down her practice to play mother while her father attempted to open another petrol station. He died in a car accident before it could be finished, however, and rather than try to run the stations herself, Grace Sullivan sold them- for a whopping $7.3 million (Australian) and put half of the money away for Helen so she could attend university when she was old enough and also so she could do whatever she pleased and live comfortably besides.
Having never known her father, Helen attached herself to the neighbor boy’s father- a man named Derwent Shepherd- and was commonly seen tagging along after him while he attempted to weed the garden and repair the shutters. Grace knew that he was a good man and as long as he didn’t complain, she would let Helen spend as much time with him as she liked, even calling on him to babysit when her regular sitter was unavailable.
In school, Helen was usually a semi-popular girl, being friendly to everyone and never talking about people behind their backs unless it was something good. She enjoyed swimming and went out for the swim team in primary school, eventually catching the eyes of her coaches and being trained in diving. She currently holds the school record for awards in diving and is thinking of extensive training to possibly reach Olympic level.
Currently, she only suspects something super-human is going on with herself. She has twice thought she was going to hit the diving board after a jump only to pass harmlessly by, though she swears it was directly through. She also has noticed flying objects- such as wads of paper or sports balls- seem to just miss her, though she is certain there was no way they could.
Super Powers: Helen can walk through walls and also can make solid objects she touches as intangible as air so others can pass through them. She can also take others through solid objects with her as long as there is physical contact.
Weaknesses: Having been raised well and taught all of the virtues admirable in a young lady, Helen isn’t prone to much. However, she does have a problem saying no to people who need help.