Hellcat

History

If there was any normalcy to the childhood of Patricia Walker, it was short
lived. Her father was not very involved, and her mother, to put it politely,
had a need to be in control. It was this need that led her to being Patricia's
agent, taking her to various television and movie auditions. Her mother
eventually eventually passed along an idea with an initial script for a show
starring Patricia, called It's Patsy. This would be her launch into stardom,
leading not only to the popular TV show, but getting her roles in some big
movies as well.

During her time as Patsy, while still a teenager, her family adopted a girl
around her age, who had been orphaned, thought to be the sole survivor of a
terrible car accident. For Patricia's mother, this was a publicity stunt, to
show how caring their family was, that they'd take in this poor orphan girl,
Jessica Jones. For Patricia, now widely known as Patsy, it was another
transition. Little did they know, however, that it would be a transition that
would ultimately benefit both girls, bringing them close, even to the point of
considering each other actual sisters, not just adopted.

It was not too long before it was evident that there was more to Jessica than
met the eye, and to Jessica it was evident that Patsy's life, too, was far
from perfect. Jessica, it seemed, was strong. Super strong. And Patsy? Well,
she had an abusive mother. It was with her powers that Jessica protected Patsy
from her mom, giving them a connection and bringing them closer, making them
feel like family.

At the age of 18, Patsy, through her fame and wealth, was invited to be a
part of an exclusive, hedonistic, and rather secretive club known as the
Hellfire Club. Membership was so exclusive and secretive, in fact, that she
was unable to even inform her adoptive sister, Jessica, about it. She gained
full membership of the club at 19, where they then encouraged her fame. She
was moving on from the Patsy TV show, she was creating a hit song in I Want
Your Cray Cray, amping up for a music career, and to top it all off, she had a
drug problem.

Perhaps in part due to their hedonistic endeavours, the Hellfire Club did
secretly support Patsy's drug usage, which she fell deeper and deeper into. It
was only because of a final push from Jess and assistance from, of all people,
her mother, that Patsy was finally able to complete rehab and get clean.
Although not ready to give up her fame or lavish lifestyle, Patsy had a new
lease on life. She was ready to make other plans.

This is what lead Patsy to change her alias to Trish Walker, and pursue a
career in journalism. She invested portions of her vast wealth in various wise
choices as suggested to her by well respected investment bankers, and she got
herself an upscale apartment, along with hightech security, a panic room, a
doorman, and all the bells and whistles you could think of. She began learning
the martial art of Krav Maga. She got a job at a radio station as well,
eventually getting her own program, Trish Talk. It's her journalistic
endeavours and her desire to help Jessica that led her to eventually start
investigating IGH, the group who experimented on Jessica, causing her to have
her abilities. Her investigations brought her to the home of a certain Dr.
Miriam Kelt. Their visit, however, was bound to end in the tragic death of the
good doctor by that of a shooter. In her escape, Trish found pills in Dr.
Kelt's office. Figuring, or rather hoping, that they would help her with both
her escape and the shooter who was still likely outside, she took a handful of
three. One pill gave her gills, one pill gave her the ability to control those
around, and the third pill gave her the ability to move objects with her mind.
Grabbing a handful of other pills, her excuse being that she'll take them just
in case she needs them, she shoves them in her pocket for safe keeping,
eventually hiding them in a bag in the back of her clothing drawer.

She was able to escape, and two of the mutations from the pills wore off. The
telekinesis, however, remained. This has left her with some important
decisions to make, such as whether to register, and who to tell. So far, she
has not registered, and those who know of her ability are few, and unless
circumstances change, she plans to keep it that way, going on with her life as
if it were the same. Except with the caveat that she now has a power to train,
along with everything else on her plate.

Recently, her mind has turned back to the additional pills she took. There's
a small part of her, the part that gets addicted to things, that is nudging
her toward them. Though there's another part of her that wonders what other
abilities she might just get, and maybe retain this time around. This was
enough of a push to make her take them. From what she can tell, she's stronger
than she was before. Faster, too, even. She's even become more agile and her
reflexes are sharper than they were before. Not to mention her endurance
levels seem to have risen as well, allowing her to last longer without getting
winded and take harder hits.

Recent Events

Personality

Being in the spotlight, having all your needs met, all your desires (good or bad) met, does not your average, everyday person make. Trish does her best, both in person and over her radio show, to appear just like everyone else. She can be affable, personable, congenial, charming, and engaging. As much as she would like to think she can be just ‘one of the guys’, she can be a bit naive when it comes to daily things, or when it comes to what some might call street smarts. She’s kind hearted, but she is very much a product of her wealth.

RP Hooks

Relationships

Character Sheet

Telekinesis: She can push, pull, and all around move people and things with her mind. The more practice she gets, the more powerful she gets with it.

Enhanced Natural Abilities: Her strength, agility, reflexes, endurance, and speed have all been enhanced to greater level. She can’t jump quite as high or punch quite as hard as her adopted sister, but she could probably give her a run for her money. With her heightened agility, she can knows what agile action she needs to take well before she needs to, now. Needless to say, this ties into her reflexes. She’ll catch a ball speeding toward her head. She gets knocked out, say, a six story window? She’s landing on her feet, almost cat like. With her heightened endurance, she can run or otherwise exert herself for quite a bit longer than normal, and she can even take more physical damage before truly being made sluggish by it. To top it all off, she is fast. Maybe not speedster fast, but a regular person wouldn’t want to go up against her in a marathon or a typing contest.

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Appearances

January 29, 2020. Suit Up

Jessica Jones confronts Trish Walker over her continued investigation of the Hellfire club.

Posted On: 30 Jan 2020 06:16 (Related Tags: hellcat jessica-jones)


Hellcat
Full Name: Patricia 'Trish' Walker
Code Name: Hellcat
Occupation: Radio Personality/Celebrity
Aliases: None
Reg. Status: Unregistered
Alignment: Hero
Home Turf: NYC
Affiliations: Hellfire Club
Physical Information
Gender: Female
Species: Metahuman
Species Detail: Mutate
Age: 31
Height: 5'8"
Build:
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Grey
OOC Information
Portrayed By: Rachael Taylor
Theme Song: What's Up? by 4 Non Blondes
Character Type: FC
Universe: Marvel
Wiki Tag: Hellcat
Played Since: June 2019

Last Posted Activity: 30 Jan 2020 06:16

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