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Name:
Monet St. Croix
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[Note]: I am not the high class snob better known as Monet St. Croix. Monet belongs to Marvel Comics and the writers/creators of X-Men... all credit graciously surrendered to them. This journal is simply a rollplaying journal for Monet at next_phase.


Name: Monet Yvette Clarisse Maria Therese St. Croix

Codename: M

Age: 17

Height: 5’7”

Weight: 125 lbs

Eye Color: brown

Hair Color: black

Appearance: Of Algerian decent, Monet has the makings of a model—and then some. With long flowing black hair, big dark brown eyes, and an all-year-round tan that any girl would die for, her alluring physical appeal covers for all that isn’t so appealing.

Disposition: With a good head on her shoulders and being brought up with an abundance of wealth and a high-class status Monet is at the top of the Snob Chain. There’s practically nothing to critique the almost perfect Algerian on, all except her stuck-up attitude—then again under every snob there’s an insecure girl who just wants to be accepted.

Known Superhuman Powers: Monet possesses a number of superhuman powers including superhuman strength, speed, and agility, along with flight, near-invulnerability, low level telepathy, a healing factor, acute night vision, and her super intelligence—all bound together to make her the perfect mutant-human being she is.

History: Monet St. Croix, daughter of Cartier St. Croix a wealthy former president of several different corporations, was raised and grew up in the high-class society of Monaco. Her first encounter of the X-Men, and those who worked under the infamous Professor Xavier, came when she was captured by an alien techno-organic race known as the Phalanx, along side with future fellow classmates Husk, Skin, and Blink. Rescued by members of the X-Men Professor Xavier then welcomed Monet and the other teens to enrol in his School for Gifted Youngsters so that they could learn how to use and master their gifted powers.

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