Species: Living lamp
DOB: April 4th
Name Origin: A play on the name 'Louise' and the light term 'luminescent.'
Appearance: A pink table lamp creature with a pink, rounded light bulb with a pointed tip, a round white nose-switch, hazel eyes (yellow in picture) with long eyelashes, a white cord in the back like a tail, and a pink plug. Her base is larger than her brother and Wattson's. Has a breast area, but they are not overdone or too obvious
Personality: Peppy, bubbly, social, friendly, optimistic
Talents: Can turn humans and animals into appliances and back, light flashes red if someone tells a lie (Also turns red if she's extremely angry and shouting), knows the names of others before meeting them if in close enough range, has 100 Sparklings that resemble Christmas lights and can grant wishes and talk in high-pitched peeping sounds (also turn red and buzz like angry bees while zapping others), zaps others with her plug similar to a wand, has female parts and is capable of having children, can control humans to either freeze or move them like a puppet but only one at a time
Quirks: Steals chocolate (Makes her have a sugar rush/drunk episode), weak stomach, hug-tackles Wattson while shouting, "Mine!" squeaks when she laughs, cries easily, will start bawling if someone "boops" her nose-switch, calls Wattson "Squishy" as a pet name, squeals and says "No pokey!" when poked, scares herself with her own flatulence, can't hear her brother's accent, early bird
Strengths: Friendly, diligent, helpful, affectionate, empathetic, very supportive of her family and friends, likes to help others, paitent when explaining things
Faults: Critical, tends to act childish, teases her younger twin brother Sparx, a tiny bit hotheaded, zero pain tolerance, can't get out of bed during "that time of the month," can't use her abilities on other appliances including appliances transformed into humans, light turns bright red if she loses her temper, becomes weak and exhausted if she uses her abilities too much, tends to compare herself to "normal" lamps, defiant and tends to break the rules
Likes: Singing, sewing, playing games, jokes, spending time with her family and friends, cats, reading, cleaning, bubble baths, hugs
Dislikes: Others staring at her or asking her questions about her body unless they are a family member or someone she really trusts, being teased, beans, pranks that are physically harmful, being poked, having her nose switched booped, hot weather, dogs (terrified of them)Human Appearance
Weight: 120 lbs
Eye Color: Hazel
Hair Color: Pink (Abnormal color due to chemical ingredients used for her filament in bulb) Hair is only pink on head and eyebrows. Loumine is blonde everywhere else.
Dress: A hot pink dress with lavender sleeves, a magenta headband, lavender leggings, magenta boots, and a round pink light on her chest
Something Always Carried: Wand in the shape of a plug on a stick; white handle part with a pink plug (Not pictured)
Misc.: Loumine can only use her abilities as a human if she is holding her wand.
Relationship: Wattson (Husband)
Voice: Glinda from Wicked (Kristin Chenoweth)
Fitting Song: Popular (Wicked)
First appears in A Battle of Watts; Voice is heard at the end of Crossover Catastrophe
Human Creator: Leon
Other: Loumine's cord is raised like a cat's tail when at rest.Sparx
Species: Living lamp
DOB: April 4th
Alignment: Bad (A Battle of Watts)/Neutral (Post Lights Out!)
Name Origin: A play on the electric term 'sparks' and the name Marx
Appearance: A silver table lamp creature with a blue, cylinder-shaped light bulb, a rectangular black nose-switch, blue eyes, a black cord in the front of him, and a silver plug.
Personality: Snobby, sarcastic, smug, salty, quiet, mischievous, has a playful personality like a big kid
Talents: Can turn appliances into small animals of his choice depending on their height and weight and back, can control multiple appliances at a time by lighting up his light as if they were puppets (the amount of appliances controlled (C) at one time is multiplied by the mass of the heaviest appliance (M) and devided by height of the tallest appliance (h); E stands for amount of energy used up by Sparx (Formula: E = (M × C)÷ h
), slightly stonger than Loumine, can 'bug' outlets and give other appliances flu-like viruses if they plug into said outlet, zaps others with his plug similar to his older twin sister Loumine, can 'brainwash' appliances to do his bidding
Quirks: Quick to fluster, often found hiding in places where people least expect him to be (he doesn't know how he ended up there either), grows silent if "booped" on the nose-switch, squeaks if picked up unexpectedly, steals food at night, often asks others to convert the imperial system to the metric system so he can understand it, will repeat someone's name over and over until they respond, says "hi", and then hops away while laughing in a playful fashion, night owl, laughs if someone falls over, runs into an object, or trips, but offers them assistance afterwards
Strengths: Aware of his faults, always willing to improve, obedient and respects authority even if they are not present, cares deeply about his family and friends, a good leader (post A Battle of Watts) a kind brother, extremely loyal, reliable, musically inclined
Faults: Hotheaded (intense anger for a brief moment and then calm as if nothing happened in the first place), overprotective of Loumine, savage, likes to tease others, suffers from the same flu-like bug he gave Wattson, but it only triggers if he's very stressed, uses too much of his energy, or just out of the blue, cannot harm humans (even if they have been turned into an appliance), causes the power to go out if his bug acts up, can't harm an appliance that he has 'bugged' already (Example: Sparx can control Potter, but can't control Wattson. Wattson also is immune to being zapped by Sparx while Phil can be turned into a raven), loses powers if his bug makes him too sick, struggles getting along with other male lamps, constantly squabbles with Loumine (more or less than Lampy with Radio)
Likes: Cheese, soft objects, turtles, tea, music, games, spending time with his family and friends, sleeping, harmless pranks, cats, memes, sleeping
Dislikes: Puns, waking up early, rule breakers, cheating, dogs (terrified of them), bullies or disrespectful people, the coldHuman Appearance
Weight: 150 lbs
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Blue (Abnormal color due to chemical ingredients used for his filament in bulb) Hair is only blue on head and eyebrows. Hair is black everywhere else.
Dress: A blue shirt with white sleeves and yellow shoulder pads, a black belt, black cape (occasionally), blue pants, silver boots, a blue hat in the shape of his bulb (only lights up when he is wearing it), and a round blue light on chest
Misc.: Sparx can only use his abilities as a human if he is holding his wand (has a black handle with a silver plug. Not pictured). Can control appliances that have been turned into humans, but only one at a time and most of his abilities, like brainwashing and transforming, are absent
Voice: Stewie Griffin (W's and all)
Fitting Song: You'll be Back (Hamilton *Character inspired by King George III in the musical* )
First Appearance: A Battle of Watts
Human Creator: Noel
Other: Sparx wraps his cord around his body when at rest. Puts his cord behind him when attacking.
Other Important Details: One of Loumine and Sparx's creators, Leon, has the ability to control electricity; however, Leon's electricity is extremely deadly to normal appliances, causing them to short circuit, malfunction, and finally perish. In order for Sparx and Loumine to survive without suffering such a horrible fate, the two were made to be part living creature as well as a lamp. Leon's electricity cannot harm living things unless he zaps them himself. This is why both Loumine and Sparx have organs and other features normal lamps do not. Both are capable of eating, breathing, and even reproduction. Plug electricity from a normal male appliance or sperm from a living creature can cause Loumine to become pregnant, but the details on how that whole process works will not to be discussed.Frequently Asked Questions
Is Loumine your self-insert/persona?
No. Loumine came into my mind one day when I was planning A Battle of Watts. My self-insert/persona is Sparx's creator: Noel. Noel is not my name in real life (My real name is a mystery :3c )!
How did you come up with Sparx?
Sparx just popped up when I was listening to the smash hit American musical, Hamilton, while listing to my favorite song, You'll be Back. In A Battle of Watts, I wanted him to be a "yandere" villian who go as far as taking others lives in order to get his older twin sister, Loumine, to come back with him.
Why do you call Sparx "Twinkie"?
In chapter eight of A Battle of Watts, Phil calls Sparx a "twinkie-headed lamp". A lot of readers along with myself thought this was hilarious, so the nickname "Twinkie" sticks with him to this day (he doesn't mind this nickname though).
Why does Loumine have breasts/other lady things?
Because I like to sexualize lamps (hahaha NO). The reason Loumine was made like this is not because I wanted her to be Wattson's "sex toy". I wanted two unique characters with traits and abilities that no other fan character in this fandom possesses and I wanted a character that my female readers could relate to on an emotional and physical scale. Some women do not like the way their bodies look and want to look like others; Loumine doesn't like the fact she is different from normal lamps and sometimes wishes she could fit in. She gets extremely flustered if someone stares at her "assets", not because they are being perverted, but because most appliances don't understand breasts and other female things; they're curious electronics! Plus, I have never met one female who enjoys PMS or "lady time", so Loumine also suffers from estrogen poisoning and womanly mood swings. She would rather be liked for her personality over her looks/talents, which is why Wattson and her are a good match; Wattson would rather get to know someone before making a move and would still love Loumine even if she didn't have all those "extra features". And if Loumine gets certain parts/hormones, so does the Twinkie. Loumine and Wattson do have "romantic episodes", but they are used to express their love for each other and for comic relief purposes, not for other purposes that are meaningless.
Why can Loumine and Sparx eat and drink but Wattson can't?
Loumine and Sparx are part living creatures so they have a digestive system. Wattson is a pure lamp and can't eat or drink at all.
Would tears and water cause them to short circuit?
Nope. Appliances would only be in peril if they were plugged in and got wet. Loumine and Sparx are waterproof.
Do Loumine and Sparx use outlets?
No. Loumine and Sparx's plugs are not used to obtain energy like a normal lamp. They eat instead for energy. Plus, Sparx can bug outlets if he touches them with his plug or zaps them.
Can Loumine and Sparx's bulbs burn out or be changed?
No. Their bulbs are irreplaceable and shatterproof. They are a part of their bodies. If their bulbs were to be damaged, they would die.
Do Loumine and Sparx age?
Yes and no. They stopped aging after three years (baby to adult). Just like normal appliances do not age.
How does Sparx's bug differ from Wattson's?
Sparx's bug acts up randomly or if he is constantly angered and can't calm down. Unlike Wattson, who shakes, cries, and tenses up when he overheats, Sparx is extremely mellow and becomes very passive (almost an inverse of his normal self). Wattson's bulb tends to explode if he overheats too much, resulting in fainting and extreme disorientation. Sparx acts like a normal human with a fever: completely out of it and groggy. Sparx normally takes longer to recover than Wattson, whose bug clears up after a day or so.
Can Loumine and Sparx revert to an inanimate state (without mouth, eyes, etc) like a normal lamp?
Nope. They do get confused when other appliances go inanimate though!
What are Loumine and Sparx's favorite food?
Blueberries! They fight over them all the time!
How were Sparx and Loumine made?
Loumine and Sparx were created with malleable metal materials (say that five times fast), electricity, and DNA from Shayden. They stayed in an artificial womb for three months until they were born.
What are Loumine and Sparx's anatomy?
Loumine and Sparx do not have bones; their metal is flexible and also serves as a skeleton-like system. They are soft in some areas (Loumine is soft on her breasts and underneath her base). They have tiny organs within them, have soft exteriors over their metal interiors, and their "wire" is their spinal cord. The wire travels from their bulbs, their brains, down the back of their stems, through their cords, and end at their plugs. They have blood and shuffle with their bases when "walking" and hop when "running". Unlike regular light bulbs, Loumine and Sparx's are filled with fluid. Their umbilical cords were connected to their plugs before birth. Their nose-switches are mor like buttons despite being called "switches". Loumine's genitalia is underneath her base which is why her underside is never shown in drawings.
How do Loumine and Sparx become human/how do they turn back to normal?
Leon can zap Loumine and Sparx and turn them both into humans; Noel can envelope them in smoke and turn them back to lamps.Other fun facts
Unlike their adult selves, Loumine and Sparx got along extremely well when they were infants. Baby Loumine was more fussy and shy while baby Sparx was all over the place, laidback, and extremely playful.
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