Cloak

Cloak is a secretive superhero, and the only member of the Paladins to have no super power of her own. She has an espionage background, and has Japanese ancestry.

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Author: Woodwings.
Name: Midori Kuchihu.
Alias: Cloak.
Race: Human.
Gender: Female.
Age: 35
Height: 5'4''
Hair: Her black hair is kept closely cropped.
Eye Colour: Deep brown.
Occupation: Superhero, retired intelligence agent, engineer.
Appears In: Heroes of Amaranth: In Brokenness I Soar.

Biography

Midori's family, which has been a rich one for a long time, originated in Japan. Her branch of it moved away from the country before her father was born, but maintains close ties to their roots. Midori used to work for an intelligence agency, but she had a change in career which is likely classified, and has been working on a project involving suits that could allow ordinary humans to function as superheroes. She is currently acting as a test case.

Personality

Midori has little tolerance for nonsense, and can come across as stern at times, though she isn't as unapproachable as she likes to make out in public. She looks for elegant solutions to problems, and has a great fondness for painting. She will often discuss different styles of art over coffee, and is prone to asking questions in a formal manner at times. She obeys the protocol of the team and orders from Paragon, but largely lacks a conscience.

Skills and Abilities

  • Espionage: Classified.
  • Engineering: She is better versed in theory than in the practical aspect, but can competently direct tasks at high levels of complexity.
  • Wall climbing: Her suit has grips that allow her to climb any sufficiently rough surface.
  • Camouflage: Her costume's primary function is to conceal her.

Special Items

  • Costume: Her 'chameleon suit', which defaults to looking like a shimmering full-body jumpsuit whose colour changes with the light (visor included), causes its surface to mimic its surroundings in pigmentation and, to some degree, texture. It was designed after close study of cuttlefish and certain other octopus and octopus-like molluscs' techniques of avoiding detection.
  • Spy tools?: Even the possibility of their presence is classified.

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