Seven years since Dagon was woken from his slumber and faced off against Blade and what had remained of the Nightstalkers. A lot has happened since then. People have died, some have moved on, while vampires are still an ever growing populace. The anti-vampire viral: Daystar worked for what it was, but didn't even make a dent in the vampire population, only reaching out so far before dissipating. Now there's the aftermath to be dealt with.
Welcome to New Orleans, a leading center of vampire activity, as well as home to it's own sleeper cell. A storm is coming, of epic proportions. It's only a matter of time before things come out of the shadows that have been waiting to strike.
The question is, who's side are you on?
Cicatrix Manet is a Blade series roleplay, taking place seven years after Blade: Trinity. Please register with your character's first and last name. Feel free to use common nicknames (i.e. Sam, Ben, etc.) if you prefer it.
Some refer as the woman as a priestess, but Isis uses the term loosely on herself. Despite common misconception, she's not the type of woman to strip off her clothes and worship the moon or some shit like that. She may have the gifts of them but her demeanor would suggest otherwise. Sure, at times she could reflect a sort of wisdom and enigmatic presence about her, but maybe it's something inherent like her 'gifts' of sorts, but she also has that streak of something fiery. Safe to say, there are few that can tolerate her, and fewer that actually get her. That's all fine and dandy though, she's not one to care if you like her or not, but if you do well, all the more power to you. It's not to say that she's unlikeable, but she can damn well brash, the kind of woman that's quick to put foot to ass to get something done. But she also has her soft-side under that.
When it comes to friends though, Isis is probably the most protective person you'll come across. She worries and cares, and sometimes a little too much, even if she doesn't show it all the time. She tends to want to try to hold people at an arms length, distrustful at first until she gets to know someone then. After that, if you've proved yourself you've pretty much got her loyalty until you do something to show otherwise. At that stage she'd be willing to throw her life down if it were to come to that, because at that point, to her your family and she'd damn well let hell freeze over before she'd let anything happen to anyone.
Well, being a hunter is never being about friends, especially with things that go bump in the night. If you're of the supernatural variety, like vampires, well, Isis more then often will kill first ask questions later kind of person. She hates vampires, but then who doesn't? Pretty much anyone that threatens to do harm will quickly find themselves on her shit list. Disrespectful bitches and all that jazz, even if they don't have fangs... or fur.
Cupid better find someone else to hit with his arrows, or he might find one shoved up where the sun doesn't shine...
No, but in all seriousness, the last thing on Isis's brain is the whole love-connection bit. Though, that doesn't mean that it wouldn't be good for her. She may put up a wall, you know, doing the whole independent song and dance: "I don't need anyone", when the truth is she wouldn't mind it all that much. She's just used to doing her own thing, thinking she's all got it figured out... Which would be interesting if someone would like to turn everything upside down for her...
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Isis & Theron
These two fall into similar categories as Zoe and Theron, being as how they get along is based upon the situation in which they meet. Under non-hostile conditions they could be friends, but should she decide to start shooting at him (or his pack) she'd have to become a chew toy, too. He likes strong women, so... he might make a move on her, at least after they got to know each other well. ~_^