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Dec 3, 2015 1:13 AMCS: Danny Knox
Full Name: Danny Knox
Last Edited: 1:14 PM
Approved: 1:13 AM
Species: Formerly human
Danny has transformed himself into the form of a Mirachoco, a type of space alien seen extremely rarely on infinitas. They resemble short anthropomorphic gerbils, with some alterations. The ears are notably fluffier, and he has a bit more fluff than might initially be expected. Danny dresses in a subtly childish manner, and works to accent his 'cuteness' factor.
Following a curious series of events, Danny has gained the ability to shapeshift into a mouse. This looks like your typical every day mouse with the same sandy coloration as his mirachoco form, and the same voice as that form as well.
- Mouse (demi)
Following a curious series of events, Danny has gained the ability to shapeshift into a mouse. This looks like your typical every day mouse with the same sandy coloration as his mirachoco form, and the same voice as that form as well. He's also gained this form, which is just slightly more human in appearance. Think like the mice from Secret of NIMH.
Skills & Abilities
- Language Fluency
- Vocational History
- Education History
- Noncombat Skills
- Comb Training/Skills/Experience
Normal Non-magical earth circa 2016
Danny was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He attended some preschool and a nice elementary school there, until the 3rd grade when a combination of events convinced his parents to move elsewhere. First his father got a job offer in Urbana, Illinois. While his family was hesitant to uproot Danny and his sister, Danny’s school was burnt down in a mysterious fire.
The main thing keeping them around gone, Danny’s family moved to Champaign, Illinois and resettled their lives down. Danny attended a nice school, and was otherwise fairly ordinary. In 5th grade, he started participating in School Theater and from there, low level theater became one of his favorite hobbies.
In 10th grade, he started learning about electronics, and a deep interest was sparked. He took plenty of science and math classes, and began making a handful of fun little projects. Eventually, he started attending University of Illinois Urbana-Champagne for electrical engineering. It was the obvious choice, his father worked there, and so he got a good discount on attendance.
He did fairly well, specializing in microelectronics and automatic control systems for the few years he attended. He got several internships between each year and was set for a promising future, when he was ganked from his world.