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Date of birth: unknown
After “Lucky“ was born, strange occurrences of misfortune started to happen in her family and to whoever spend time with the infant. Within the first half year, her father had lost his job and her brother had broken two bones, while her mother burned part of her own hair and forehead. The Family also nearly all friends because of the rumor that the baby caused bad luck. Between the age of one to two, it became obvious that “Lucky” really was the reason for all the seemingly unrelated accidents. Some strange power to be believed being caused by an unusual mutation, made her absorb other peoples Luck whenever they got near her. After an incident that burned down the doctor's offices and nearly killed a nurse, Professor Wolfric approached the Family. He was interested in her abilities and offered her father money in exchange for the four years old child. Feeling guilty about it, but also fearing for the life of his loved ones, that were brought at risk by of all the misfortune he agreed and sold his daughter.
From there one, Lucky did grow up in a laboratory, held captive in a glass-cell – the only material that was found impermeable for her powers – with only the number 18/03 to divine who she is. Trough experimenting, Professor Wolfric found a way to bottle up the luck that she was drawing from forced subjects and started to make it into a drug. For over five-teen years this became Luckys reality. She had to watch helplessly while her powers drained the Luck from other people. Some had a deadly accident even before they could leave the Laboratory.
Recently freed from her captors' through an industrial spy named Fox, Lucky now has to adjust to life on the other side of the glass. She has no control of her powers, that start to feed off her traveling companion and every human they come across, but she is determined to fight for her place in society and for control over her unusual abilities to do some good.
First time drawing Nightwing.
Trying out a Style for KindaPunk!Éponine. I did come across someone with this hairstyle and couldn’t get it out of my head, so I had to draw her like this!Still struggling to find my style after 4 ½ years of absence from the drawing-board, but Les Mis is really inspiring.