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As a child, the Skeleton Mistress had a life like no other; protected from everyone around her. Never to see the outside world other than through a widow in the house. This was the only life that she knew.
Growing up, the more aware the Skeleton Mistress became of how different her life was. Seeing all of the other children outside playing, having fun while she was stuck inside with only her parents to communicate with.
As years went by, the Skeleton Mistress knew that somehow, in some way that she wad different from the other children in the outside world. One day, she was introduced to another girl, around the same age of her.
Hello, I am Misty Vulture. You don't know who I am but you soon will. You are about to find out why you have been kept inside all of your life and how things will change from now on.
At only a few weeks old, your parents knew that you would learn to do things very quickly. When you were 3 months old, you learnt to climb out of your cot; this was the day that everything changed. When your parents were downstairs, you managed to climb out of your cot, crawl to the top of the stairs and you fell all the way down them.
At the hospital, the doctors had to perform surgery to stop a bleed on the brain. While there, they discovered that a part of your brain was missing, the doctors had to come up with a way to give you this part of your brain back without causing any major damage to you. They had to add a metal/ robotic piece to your brain without knowing what damage it could leave in the future to you. This was the only way you would survive.
Since the surgery, your parents were told by the doctors that they needed to keep you inside and keep a close eye on you to see if the surgery had caused and lasting damage to you. Your parents realized that you had 'super strength' which could cause damage to anything and anyone. You could climb walls and other things easily and quickly which could have caused harm to yourself.
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