At a very young age, Kuro showed signs of being a socio path. She would purposely hurt animals, set traps around her house for her parents, she'd laugh when people got hurt. She in general was considered a very malicious child, and those traits carried on into her adolescence. She was even worse as a preteen. She was aggressive towards her fellow students, scaring many of them to the point that they'd do whatever she said. While she did catch the attention of many of the teachers, and was regarded as a nuisance, she went a little far when she murdered her teacher. And that's an understatement. Her English teacher was her least favorite teacher before the "accident". Ms.Willbury was the kind of teacher that always got on her nerves, the one that blamed her for the way she acted, when she could control herself half of the time. And so one day, she came up behind her teacher during lunch and kicked her down a flight of stair. The teacher broke her neck upon impact on one of the steps. Then the government, who'd been monitoring her for some time, stepped in. They took her from her parents, and they put her into an institution, a facility of sorts to rehabilitate her. Even though they were secretly training her and taking her on missions to take out big time politicians. By the time she was sixteen, she'd killed hundreds. She was a personal weapon to the Korean government. And when Korosensei came into the picture, Korea sent its finest in to attempt to defeat the problem. As reward, Kuro was promised something that she'd been dreaming about for years. To see her younger sister Ilita.
While at school, Kuro maintains a bubbly and outgoing personality. She is witty, and fun to be around. But nevertheless, she still holds a dangerous disposition. Sometimes her true intentions slip into her innocent school girl facade, like her opinions on the world, literature, studies, family. She's a very violent person, and lot of the people at school will find this out within moments of meeting her as she tends to resort to violence when she can't accomplish something. She assassinates head on, cuts the bullcrap and doesn't usually come up with any kind of plan. Who needs a plan when you're entirely insane? Because of her training, Kuro's speed, and her strength, have both increased considerably, and she's very VERY good with a gun. Not a sniper rifle, or anything over fifty caliber. She's amazing with handguns, things with a smaller kickback. So Bebe guns shouldn't be too difficult for her to handle. She hates using toys to defeat her target, but seeing as she has no choice but to use them now, she can't really complain. She relies on her brute strength, but her tactical mind is weak.
Avalon was born in Germany, using the word born in lack of a better word for it. An arguably better way to describe how she came to be would be to say she was created. In a lab to be specific. Alongside a boy named Edward. She was used in the same experiment, and instead of losing some of the core functions of being human, she instead had a strength that was much more prominent than any other child. At age four, she was already able to lift things twice her size. She could lift one of the researchers who was a man who weight lifted by age nine. But that wasn't her main ability. No. Her main ability, the one that the scientists were so proud of, was her ability to harden her blood. At age ten, she fell down and scraped her knee. One of the researchers went to patch it up, but found that the blood itself had hardened. Avalon toyed with this ability for some time, and soon enough, she could make objects out of her blood. She usually molded a sword from this ability, a sword because she found swords cool, thanks to her growing obsession with anime and manga. By the time she was finally released from the confines of her lab, she had mastered this ability of hers, and vowed that she would never willingly use it against other people.
Nervous, a little bit awkward, and whole lot of self conscious, Avalon has always been a bit quiet. She's not very good at anything other than fighting, and she's a pacifist, so fighting really isn't her thing. She hates blood, even though that's her main form of fighting whenever she's forced into it. She contradicts herself a lot more than she'd like to, and has a general lack in self confidence because she feels like the world is against her. She's difficult to anger, but when she does happen to be angered, she tends to break things without realizing it. Sometimes she'll get so mad that her desk will snap in half below her. While it's only ever happened once, Avalon is always making excuses as to why these unexplained things happen around her. Truthfully, she wants to be normal. She craves to be alone, because while she's usually always alone, she's never lonely. She's also a bit of a closeted weeb, and finds herself completely devoured by Japanese media because it helps her escape reality. She has no family, as she never had a mother or a father to begin with. She lives with two highly respectable scientists though, who watch her every move closely, and so she's put under a lot of pressure.
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