Aeon Girl

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Sentinel Comics RPG: Aeon Girl

SCRPG Aeon Girl.png
Hero Name Alias
Aeon Girl Windy Farrum
Physical Attributes
Gender Female Age A Few Months Height 5’5” (usually)
Eyes White Hair Silver Skin Metallic
Build Impressionable
Costume/Equipement Aeon Girl’s dark metallic skin and silvery hair speak to her cosmic origins, though her innate orange and yellow outfit and signature blue energy make her look eerily similar to a minion of OblivAeon, as opposed to her own person.
Background Blank Slate Power Source Higher Power
Archetype Blaster Personality Naive
Principle of Levity
Principle of Cosmic Energy
During Roleplaying During Roleplaying
You keep your positive outlook even when all hope is lost. Your spirit is nearly impossible to break. You have an affinity with cosmic energy. You can interact with cosmic energy with ease.
Minor Twist Minor Twist
Who did you offend by making light at the wrong time? What other energy/element is currently causing your powers to go on the fritz?
Major Twist Major Twist
What has occurred to finally break your good spirits? What source of energy/element is currently dampening all your powers?
Powers Die Type Qualities Die Type
Absorption (d8) Alertness (d10)
Cosmic (d10) Cosmic Progeny (d8)
Density Control (d8) Ranged Combat (d8)
Flight (d10)
Infernal (d8)
Teleportation (d10)
Status Dice Health Range
Green D6.png 35-27
Yellow D6.png 26-13
Red D12.png 12-1
Icon Name Type Game Text
  Cosmic Nature I At the start of your turn, remove any -1 penalties on you.
(rpgAttack) Inevitable Blast A Attack using Cosmic. Ignore all penalties on this attack, ignore any Defend actions, and it cannot be affected by Reactions.
(rpgAttack)(rpgHinder) Withering Blast A Attack using Infernal. Hinder a target with your Min die.
(rpgOvercome) Principle of Levity   Overcome a dire situation where your jokes prevent demoralization. Use your Max die. You and each of your allies gain a hero point.
(rpgOvercome) Principle of Cosmic Energy   Overcome a challenge involving cosmic energy. Use your Max die. You and each of your allies gain a hero point.
Icon Name Type Game Text
(rpgBoost) Energy Battery A Boost yourself using Absorption. Then, remove a penalty on yourself or recover health equal to your Min die.
(rpgBoost)(rpgHinder) Internal Cataclysm A Attack all nearby opponents using Infernal. Hinder any targets damaged by this ability with your Min die. Hinder yourself with your Max die.
(rpgRecover) Cosmic Form R If you would take damage from Cosmic energy, recover that amount of health instead.
(rpgAttack)(rpgBoost) Fly Interference A Attack using Flight. Use your Max die. If you choose another hero to go next, Boost that hero with your Mid die.
Icon Name Type Game Text
(rpgRecover) Reconstitution I Once per issue, if you would go to 0 Health, roll you Absorption, Alertness, and Red status dice. Your health becomes he sum of that roll.
(rpgAttack) Unleashed Oblivion A Attack using Cosmic and at least one bonus. Use your Max+Mid+Min dice. Destroy all of your bonuses, adding each of them to this attack first, even if they are exclusive.
  Interposing Jaunt R When multiple allies are Attacked, you may take all the damage instead. If you do, roll your Teleportation+Red status die and reduce the damage by that much.

Hinder an opponent using Cosmic.

Meta: Aeon Girl

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Questions Answered on The Letters Page

  • From Podcast 74
  • In an earlier episode, it was mentioned that Aeon Girl can change her form easily, so why maintain the Aeon Man motif? That's how she looks - "species" is the wrong word to describe it, but it's a useful metaphor to say that that's what her species looks like. She's not so much a "shapeshifter" archetype so much as doing things like height/weight/density control or body augmentation, but it's not what she's doing in combat. She can pick what she looks like, but it's mostly just cosmetic.
  • Lifeline used a bunch of OblivAeon energy to create Aeon Girl, but now that she's her own entity, does she have some finite amount of energy? She doesn't have an "infinite" amount of energy, but her power source is nebulously defined - she can exhaust herself, but she can recharge by just existing and drawing in energy from the cosmos.
  • How does Aeon Girl keep up such a shining smile? Are there other Aeon People still around? Any other "reformed" ones? There are no more Aeon People out there. She was created out of the same kind of energy as they were, but she's her own thing. She is "overly pleasant", outgoing, very curious. Judgement is not a prominent trait for her?
  • Any "torches and pitchforks" mob reaction to Aeon Girl considering how much she looks like those guys who were trying to destroy reality a little while back? Why did she become a superhero? After her creation she was basically just left with the Freedom Five (who then formed the Sentinels of Freedom). She's not really out in public much and she has disguises for when she needs to be (plus if she puts on clothes she just has the hair and skin tone to set her off, neither of which is too far out there (and in any event, the Aeon Men didn't have visible faces like she has so the hair/skin thing isn't enough to draw the comparison in the first place). What she inherited from the Aeon Men thing is the orange outfit with blue energy lines, which isn't an uncommon color combo in general.
  • Seems like a strong mentor figure like Scholar or NightMist would be useful to help Aeon Girl navigate the process of becoming sentient, but since they're both unavailable, who does she turn to? The Freedom Five, mostly. Time Slinger. They teach her some, but she learns a lot of "how to be a person" from Daybreak. She's not lacking a basic sense of morality - she started with that and so avoids a lot of the dangers in common "created being" stories.
  • How does Aeon Girl interact with the rest of Daybreak? Other heroes? Is she respected in general or do people hold her origin as OblivAeon energy against her? Unlike Muse, a lot of heroes are concerned about her origin. People out in the world aren't aware of what she is, but the heroes keep an eye on her. They also know, however, that they need to be cautious about it as they don't want to do anything that might turn her evil (say, being discriminated against just for existing). She gets along well with Daybreak - the rest of the team kind of adopt her as a project; it's their job to make sure she turns out as a good, fun person. Like, she just went to class and did her training, they took her out to get pizza and see a movie.
  • Given the comics industry's reticence to permanently kill off bad guys, is there any semblance of OblivAeon lurking in her psyche? She's made entirely out of OblivAeon energy - that is not the same thing as OblivAeon's consciousness [that sounds more like Progeny's deal]. The analogy made a while back is that she's made out of OblivAeon's blood, which isn't the part of you that makes decisions. It's probably fine.
  • Is Aeon Girl aware of her origin from Aeon Girl? She knows the facts, but not really what that means (which will probably come up eventually).
  • Does she hear voices from OblivAeon? No.
  • Does she ever reach out to Lifeline? Yes, but with zero success so far.
  • What can she do with her cosmic powers? How does this compare with OblivAeon shard-empowered people? She can fly, shoot beams of blue energy from her hands, alter her density, absorb energy (an aside at this point to say that she's not only cosmic energy, but something close to infernal due to the connection to Lifeline). She's probably more powerful than most people who have picked up OblivAeon shards in terms of raw power ("one of the most powerful characters"), but she has no conception of what her limits are or how to make use of it.



Comic Books: Aeon Girl

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Tachyon Speeds By to Remind You!

This information is from the Sentinel Comics Universe, one of two branching universes. Products in this timeline are: Sentinel Comics RPG.

  • From the Deadline/Lifeline episode, we know that he was able to absorb the energy that OblivAeon used to create the Aeon Men and that he eventually pulled this trick on the Scion Aeon Master himself. After taking in that much energy, he had to find some outlet for it - he used it to generate a new being, which became Aeon Girl.
  • That's basically it. She's a thinking, speaking, acting being and was left in the care of the heroes at Freedom Plaza. She's naive and child-like, but brimming with cosmic knowledge. She takes the last name Farrum (Tarogath's last name) and the first name Windy because she liked it.
Tachyon Speeds By to Remind You!

This information is from the Sentinel Comics Universe, one of two branching universes. Products in this timeline are: Sentinel Comics RPG.

So, Brandon Bradley is doing his Momentum Courier Services thing in Megalopolis and has managed to get things well established (sending money home, etc.). One day he decides that he needs to step up his game and finally goes to Freedom Plaza to see what they can teach him. While he's on the way there, he gets attacks by this giant bug man (like, 6-7 feet tall and made of bugs rather than being one giant bug). It's noticed that Brandon is "made of the stuff" that kept it prisoner for so long.

As the fight goes on against the bug creature, other heroes (young heroes) start showing up to help (a girl with crystal/rock fists, some robot-looking guy, a girl who seems to give him more confidence with a touch, and some weird girl who's blasting the thing with blue energy, but doesn't really look like she knows what she's doing). These heroes weren't working together, they just came together in this situation - they're not doing particularly well against the bug monster, Myriad [mentioned in a few places in previous episodes], but they're doing their best to work together and come up with tactics to use against it. Eventually some energy beams hit Myriad from the sky, at which point the bugs all fly off and disperse.

This is Legacy (Felicia at this point, remember), who flies down and says that they were doing well for some kids who were getting their butts kicked. See you in class on Monday. The new arrivals seem to know what's up, but Brandon is confused as to what just happened. Legacy flies off but the others stick around - the conversation revolving around them thinking that he was already a student and he explains that he was on his way, figuring that he'd get in. "Looks like you just did." Usually Freedom Plaza will assign the newbies to a team to work together. These four had not yet been so assigned, they just happened to come across the fight. Legacy saw them working together well and had wanted to have a group to train, and so Daybreak is formed.

As Described in The Letters Page Episode #74