Bellatrix Joanna Miranda Huffington-Jones was the youngest child (and only daughter) amongst a wealthy family of 14 sons. While she’s a tom-boy at heart, she was raised in an environment where she was taught to behave in a perfectly ladylike manner. While she grew up with all the luxuries a felinoid could ask for she yearned for adventure and much to her parents dismay, she enrolled in the Academy For Science Soldiers on her 17th birthday with hopes of being a Cosmic Hellcat like her childhood friend and idol, Damsel Reed, whom she thinks of as an older sister. She is assigned to the CH-1 as pilot.
Chaste’s exact origin is unknown. While she is clearly a Felinoid, she was discovered living alone in the wild jungles of Kaneon-9 by the crew of the FSS-CH13. She eventually was given a special appointment to the Cosmic Hellcats forces by Admiral Otto Solace and now serves as Armsmaster aboard the FSS-CH9. Perhaps the most feared combatant in the Squadron, Chaste has a no-nonsense “shoot first and let Ceiling Cat sort them out” attitude. While on the surface she is distant and mean-spirited towards her fellow shipmates, she is extremely protective of them and considers them her family – the only family she has ever known. Extended Bio
Katty Tuesday was an intelligent and pretty but naive girl when she enrolled in the Academy for Science Soldiers. There she met her roommates and best friends, Amaya Solace and Nikki Kitai as well as her boyfriend Marko Cain and another good friend Tybalt Prince. After a fight between Tybalt and Marko where Tybalt revealed his long time crush on Katt and Marko revealed that he was... a creep... Katt became disillusioned with the Cosmic Hellcats and dropped out of school. She developed a harder edged personality and moved to Epsilon City on Kaneon-3 where she began working as an exotic dancer until she met and fell in love with private detective and bounty hunter, Yellow Dawg. The two now work together as partners.
One of the the greatest heroes of the Rebellion, during the Third Intergalactic War, Sgt. Kitty Hawk was instrumental in the success of the Battle of B’ll’R'un-Prime, the turning point of the war. After the war, the Meowing Commandos became an officially sanctioned Science Ninja Action Team and Kitty was given the command. In her youth she was quite unorthodox in her methods, though very effective and as such, while she seldom admits it, feels an affinity for Amaya, today. Over the years, she rose through Squadron Ranks and is now an Admiral and the ranking commander of all SNAT forces.
Lord High Inquisitor
Lord High Inquisitor is the proper title for the ruler of the Rigellian Empire, but the current Lord High Inquisitor has held the title for so long (far longer than the lifespans of your average Rigellian) that no one living remembers how he became installed in the post or even what his name or origins were before he achieved it, not even his nephew Frank. As the Inquisitor was recently sucked into a small spontaneously occurring black hole, Frank has assumed control of the Empire.
Yellow Dawg is a lifelong native of Epsilon City, the dirtiest, toughest, meanest, most corrupt place in the universe, and if you say any different, someone will stab you. Despite being raised amidst constant corruption, Dawg has an intense (yet cynical) system of ethics and code of honor and has become a bounty hunter and private investigator with a soft spot for hard luck cases. While he is not above working outside the law, he does attempt to not disregard it without good reason. He is in love with Katt Tuesday, a former Cosmic Hellcat and former stripper that he saved when she was attacked in a bar. He has since made Katt his partner and the two still work and live together in Epsilon City.
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you know, that didn’t even occur to me.
Pretty sure that gun only works on inquisitors, so you should be safe. For now. Well, unless you’re secretly an inquisitor, I guess.
one can never be too safe