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Player: Adriellyn
Origin: Magic
Archetype: Controller
Security Level: Confidential
Server: Everlasting
Personal Data
Real Name: Audrey Vance
Known Aliases: None
Species: Presumed Human
Age: 19
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 132 lbs
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: White
Biographical Data
Nationality: American
Occupation: Student
Place of Birth: Paragon City
Base of Operations: Paragon City
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: mother, father, sister
Known Powers
Illusions (sight and sound), Teleportation
Known Abilities
Sights, sounds, and translocation
Nothing special
Boarding at Paragon City's School for Gifted Youngsters

A-V is a youngster in special studies at Paragon City's School for Gifted Youngsters. She has abilities of magical origin relating to auditory and visual illusions, and some ability with teleportation.


Paragon City's School for Gifted Youngsters (defunct)


Audrey Vance had an almost unusually normal family life, growing up with loving parents and a little sister in Paragon City. When she started showing an affinity for spontaneous magic around the age of twelve, however, her family had to get help. They enrolled her in Paragon City's School for Gifted Youngsters, a boarding school on the eastern edge of Kings Row. As of mid-April 2021, that school is in the process of closing down for lack of staffing and enrollment. She still attends for now, but that's clearly temporary. She sees quite a bit of her family again now that her abilities are under control.

She's friends with some of the recent graduates from that school (Aly Driscoll and Adriwyn), as well as her classmate Cheri Eisenbraun. As the student with the most-normal upbringing, she's also the source for much of what her friends and even her main teacher (Jill Frosthelm) know about contemporary American culture.

Her "hero name" comes from having older teachers who were amused at how her power-set and initials matched what she could to help out in a classroom, with Audio-Visual presentation aids. It took her a while to learn what they meant, since the term was nominally obsolete otherwise by then.