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BEI KINOVA


Brief: Beiki is, what some may call, a scientific phenomenon. She is not a direct descendant of any creature, nor was she born on any planet. Beiki was born through space dust. Hundreds of lightyears away, an emission nebula and reflection nebula existed near one another, reflecting the light from neighboring stars and emitting their own spectrum of color through an abundance of atoms. It was the death of a nearby star that began it all. For nearly a week, this giant star glowed brighter than its neighboring galaxies combined, its light charging and feeding the two clouds of dust. At the finale of this event, the star gave way and shattered, casting large remnants of itself into the galaxy. The largest flew straight through the two nebulae, and it was the collision that set off the reaction.. the reaction that would lead to Kinova's becoming.

Traits and Characteristics: Alert. Resourceful. Cunning. Charismatic. Free-spirited.
Beiki has signature red eyes; a trait assumed to have passed to her from the emission nebula. Her alien skin is dust-gray in color, and she often clothes herself with a variety of aerobic spacesuits, jumpsuits, and hoods. Bei's appearance is closest to that of a grundo or human-- which has become a curious matter. Could the supernova have collided with several inhabited planets before reaching the two charged nebulae? Perhaps the traits of combined collisions contributed to the genetic make-up of this living nebula. To most, Beiki doesn't seem to represent even a fraction of the dynamic event that others would imagine her 'birth' to have been. This is because they are normally looking through a blind lens. The heavily-charged atoms of the nebulae not only created life; they created a brilliant mind. There is much more to Beiki than can be seen from the surface..

The nova that granted her life is believed to have been stored within her; keeping her body temperature forever comfortable. Thus, Bei can withstand the coldest of temperatures. Finding comfort in the natural (and beyond freezing) temperatures in space as an infant, Beiki is rarely ever affected by climate change (with the only exception being the scourging heat of another star). Last but certainly not least, Beiki has the ability to dissipate (disappear into space dust) at will. Her body transforms into a colorful, miniature nebula before disappearing entirely-- offering her a quick escape. She cannot linger in this disappeared form however, and so whenever she does perform this trick, she is actually in the process of teleporting. She oftentimes uses this ability as a form of transportation, and sparingly during combat.

Resistance Rank Reference Sheet - Current Rank: Solder/Agent


Stats 10-40 ----- Trainee
Stats 41-90 ----- Soldier/Agent
Stats 91-150 ----- Captain
Stats 151-TBD ---- General

(the numbers above relate to an even set of statistics)

The Ecounter

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A pale, feminine alien greets you at the space station with a smile, her outstretched arm reaching for yours. She grasps your hand with her two; her equivalent of shaking hands.

My name is Bei. Descendant of a supernova.
I've been asked countless times of my creation, of how I came to be. And whenever I'd fail to give my audience the details I'd see them grow frustrated inside. Even the composed ones. But honestly, would you remember your becoming? I'd think not.
What I'll tell you is what I've told the others; although my state and intellect was that of a newborn then, I was-- somehow-- able to 'see'. Now, I don't actually remember what happened, but the event seems to come to me through dreams. Night after night, I can see the brilliant flares of red, taste the helium and hydrogen in the atoms around me. Aside from this, there is only a dark expanse. A familiar dark void, speckled with the shimmering faces of suns far away.

And then, all within an instant, the earsplitting bang. The raging, dying, ball of hot-blue star. I can see it coming towards my coordinates in the dream, and through them, at the same time. The explosion still echoes in my ears when I wake. The alien brings her fingers to her lips, tapping gently in a sign of light distress. Her eyes go distant for a moment before returning. And I find myself grabbing at my racing heart. I hold myself together, shaking, as if I myself were going to shatter, you know? The dreams terrify me.
Anyway, Beiki moves on, shrugging off the memory of her dream for the time-being, it must have taken a bit for my brain to kick in. Up until then I had been living off of pure instinct, I suppose. Can't honestly remember much of those early passages of time. But once I started thinking, I decided that I wanted to find someplace, somewhere, with other life forms like myself.
That may be where my journey began.
I began travelling the universe; jumping from galaxy to galaxy, teleporting from planet to planet, hoping to find some form of intelligent life. At my age then, I also just wanted to find someone to play with (other than, of course, the occasional speeding asteroid). I never did find anyone though, Beiki said this with a bit of a shrug in her shoulders.
It's a shame how some far-out sections of the universe can be so underpopulated.

I did come across someone rather spectacular, however, a long while or so later. At first, I thought she was one of my kind. She was travelling at lightspeed, leaving a trail of sparkling dust behind her as she went. It had taken me a few tries at teleporting to reach her, but I finally did. From the proper distance, I noticed she was much different that me. Her skin was a deeper, darker shade than mine, and she had bright blue hair (back then, I had mistaken it for an odd helmet; for I didn't know what hair was!). Another oddity I noticed about her was that she had a set of translucent wings, protruding from her back like a delicate cape.
I recall seeing a spark of curiosity in her large, red eyes.
She told me she was part of a species called faerie.

I remember her telling me she was in a hurry to solve something in a far-away galaxy, and that she would be very interested in speaking with me again if only I could meet her in the near future, on a planet called Neopia. Pointing out its direction, she wished me luck, apologized for the brief encounter, and assured that I'd find what I was looking for on that little planet Neopia.
And so, we both took off.

With the direction embedded in my memory, I set off in search of this planet, teleporting through the galaxies. I knew my path was warm once I began seeing planets encompassed with thick atmospheres. The galaxies and solar systems began to smell less and less like the barren voids I had grown used to. I remember thinking to myself; Could this be the scent of life?
Sooner than later I came across a cluster of inhabited planets. My mission became sidetracked. I began exploring these planets as I traveled; observing and interacting with the life I found there. Many of the civilizations I came across were more primal and hostile than the one you and I are used to now. Less civilized, I guess I should say. But all the same, I came and went, staying only a short amount of time on each planet. At most I stayed at a planet nearly two years before my departure to the next. It was astonishing for me then (and even now) to see what I saw, and learn what I learned.
As I jumped from system to system, closer, I hoped, to the planet Neopia, I noticed that the civilizations grew more advanced, more technologically and socially sound. I grew more interested in knowing what they knew. And in between studies, I would ask the people if they knew of the planet, Neopia.

A good handful of years passed before I had finally reached the so-called Neopia. There were a great number of species of people living here, Beiki looks over her shoulder, out the window of the spacecraft at the sunlit face of planet Neopia. I think I might of been-- what you would classify-- nineteen when I finally landed here.
It wasn't too difficult to follow my routine and settle in to this new planet. I had an idea of how things would be run here.. well, based off what I'd experienced in neighboring planets. But Neopia did end up exceeding my expectations, Beiki said with a smile, looking back to you, so I decided to stay.
At least, until I'd meet the space faerie again.
I hoped I hadn't come too late.

Time was never much of a concern for me, so I waited patiently, all while advancing towards citizenship. It wasn't until several months when the faerie finally found me. Bei let out an exhaled laugh. She appeared out of nowhere-- much like my own mode of teleportation-- demanding an item I've never even heard of, until she recognized my face.
Following our meeting, she listened to everything I had to say considering my past and my journeys. In addition, we learned each others names and exchanged advice concerning our troubles; she offered to take me to the Space Station, where she believed I'd find comfort and prove beneficial to a team called the Resistance, while I suggested she purchase the quest item herself (with a few neopoints I had at hand to offer her).

I couldn't have agreed with Mira any more, Beiki said, propping herself on top of the space window ledge and observing the station. I feel right at home here.

A strange gadget around her waist began blinking rapidly. You point at the device, and Beiki reaches for it, rather flustered, in response. She makes a split-second maneuver, and a small hologram rises from its base, presenting a figure requesting her presence.
Right away, sir. Beiki nods and dismisses the hologram. Resistance Leader needs me at Headquarters, sorry about that. She hops off the window ledge and back onto the station floor. There are many people walking about this space-city, some (perhaps, much like yourself) are Neopian tourists. Beiki invites you to walk with her for some of the way...

I sought out the Resistance team almost immediately once I arrived to the station. It just seemed like it was my mission to do so, given Mira's direction. They viewed me as an oddity at first, and were hesitant to introduce me to their team. But my knowledge of other galaxies and civilizations was something they wanted to know more about. I guess you can say that was my key in. Over time the members grew to trust me. We began to grow on each other, all while keeping surveillance on dark forces. The Resistance became somewhat of a family for me, the family I never truly had. What fascinated me even more was their dedication to protecting the space station, and Neopia. These members had created a purpose for themselves, a productive one. One that I, too, eventually came to honor.
And so, I gave my oath, my pledge, to the Resistance.
I've been a trainee ever since.

Bei Kinova pauses her pace, turning to you and placing her left hand on your shoulder.
This is where we'll part, friend. I'm grateful to have had you as my company. Do come by the station again.
You feel Bei's hand sliding off your shoulder, losing gravity. Her deep red eyes obtain a soft glow as a cloud of colorful dust begins to take place of her form. And in moments time, she is gone.

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