- Player: Edward_Tohr
- Name: Eduarda Tohr.
- Species or Race: Magically-enhanced human.
- Gender: Female.
- Age: Technically ageless due to magical enhancement. Is physically around 20 years old.
- Height: 5'10
- Weight: Refuses to reveal.
- Hair color: Black.
- Eye color: Blue.
- Occupation: N/A
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral.
- Characteristic quote: "ROADKILLER!!!"
- Strengths: Powerful lightning magic.
- Weaknesses: Often lets her anger get the better of her.
- Special Powers and Skills: Unknown as yet.
- Weaponry: Twin protomatter daggers and a magical glaive.
- Equipment: A black, magical cape, given to her by Euphrosyne.
- Likes: Her daughter.
- Dislikes: Pretty much everything else, especially Roadkiller.
Edward Tohr's female form. She first came into existence during Chartreuse's baby shower, when Roadkiller forced Ed to drink a mysterious potion. Her next appearance was at her wedding, and has since appeared randomly, when entering or RESPAWNing within Warthreads, as well as occasionally showing up as a side effect of other transformations. Details are currently unknown as to why Ed will randomly RESPAWN as Eduarda, but the lightning mage does blame Roadkiller. Of course, it is important to note that Ed has managed to glitch his RESPAWN template, so the [CLASSIFIED] agent may not be behind this particular annoyance.
Officially, Eduarda is merely an alternate personality of Ed, created when his stress and fear at getting married to Roadkiller reached the breaking point, which certainly explains her personality... her first moments of sentience being the end of her own wedding, followed by time spend with the sociopathic assassin have filled her with a deep hatred of nearly everything. Fortunately, time spent within Ed's head has mellowed her out... somewhat.
Eduarda is only able to communicate with Ed when one of the two is granted telepathic abilities, most commonly a result of absorbing electricity produced by the Board's resident vampiress, Desiree Rouzan. When the opportunity presents itself, however, she assails her male form with a nearly-endless stream of criticisms.
Ed still prefers that to having her be in charge of the body, though.
However, during a recent incident where Ed's personality went missing, she seemed to show genuine concern for him, even going as far as to deeply probe their brain in an attempt to see if any fragments remained. Shortly after he was successfully returned to his own head, however, he was struck by a transgender bomb, thus placing Eduarda in control. During this time, she revealed to Desiree the reason for her personality... With Ed willing to sacrifice himself for his family, he needs some sort of self-preservation instinct, which she provides.
Afterwards, she seemed to sense Ed's desire to return to his family, and so, using the same TG-bomb, reverted to male form without incident. Ed, in gratitude, downloaded the transgendering ability from the device into his POST, allowing the two to switch at will.
Only time will tell whether or not that was a mistake.
Personality-wise, she is almost completely the opposite of her male half. While he is generally easygoing, and can be found at the butt of nearly any joke, she seems to always be irrationally angry, and doesn't share Ed's respect for the sanctity of life. One trait the two of them do share, however, is a tendency to become cocky and arrogant after a few successes.
When not arrogantly taunting her opponent, however, she tends to be alternate between being cold and manipulative.
One other thing that she and Ed have in common is their desire to protect those they care about from harm. Maritza help you if you mess with her daughter.
She seems to have the same range of powers as Ed, but uses them in different ways. Her preferred tactic is to take cover and ambush opponents, using whatever advantages she can get. She has shown to be patient, calmly waiting for her prey to walk into her traps.
Given that she is an alternate personality of Ed's, it would be impossible for the two of them to physically meet under most circumstances. They regard this as a good thing.