Molly Hayes

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Molly Hayes (Scenesys ID: 545)
Name: Molly Hayes
Superalias: Princess Powerful (Or Bruiser)
Gender: Female
Species: Mutant
Occupation: Student/Former Runaway
Citizenship: American
Residence: Happy Harbor
Education: High School Student
Theme: Marvel (FC)
Groups: Happy Harbor
Apparent Age: 15 Actual Age: 15
Date of Birth 15 Dec 2004 Played By Mackenzie Foy
Height: 5' Weight: 95 lbs
Hair Color: Blonde Eye Color: Brown
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Character Info


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Little Molly is a powerhouse. She is the child of supervillains from Los Angeles, and formerly a member of the Runaways. She has been all over the country, either with the Runaways, or briefly connecting with other young hero teams. She was even at the Xavier Institute for a month or two back in 2017, but she ran away. Currently she is a student at Happy Harbor, and the majority of students have no idea the girl with the weird hats in the remedial classes can literally pick up the school. Might be best that way.


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2004: Molly is born to Gene and Alicia Hayes, a pair of mutants, and members of the wicked Pride. She was born as part of a plan for her parents ot pass on their inheritance of the otherworldly Gibborom to their children. It didn't really pan out. Her parents had her tested for the X-Gene, but she came back negative.

2004-2016: She has a pretty average upbringing. Her parents treat her well, and she is semi-popular. She loves super heroes and their culture, and she has a pretty normal childhood. She begins having weird episodes of intense strength and glowing eyes, but nobody will take her worries seriously, thinking it is simply the normal sorts of changes a kid goes through.

2016: The other children of the Pride witness the horrors their parents are getting up to, and decide to rescue the unaware Molly and escape. She views the escape as a grand adventure, and hopes they will all become super heroes.

2017: The group ends up finally facing down with their parents in the grand underwater cathedral of the Gibborom. They win, but barely. The government come down hard on them, and the Xavier School pulls strings to have her sent to live with them. She spends all of a month there before running away. They ring her back. She runs away again. This happens several times before she finally manages to stay gone.

2018-2019: She ends up mostly on her own, struggling to get by, but managing. She runs briefly with a few other young hero groups, but nothing really sticks for her. Finally, the government tracks her down again.

2020: She is put into Happy Harbor, and a foster home. She runs away a few times, but this family is actually really nice to her...and the school doesn't suck. So, for now...this is life.

IC Journal

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No, really! Molly is adorable, and it isn't just the hats! She says the kinds of things that make adults laugh, and she is hard not to like. Sure, some folks downright hate her and want her dead, but most of those folks are jerks.

You can chew her up and stomp on her but she will come back swinging. Molly is almost impossible to keep down. Even if you CAN find a way to actually hurt her, it's just going to spur her on to kick more butt.

When Molls is happy, she is HAPPY. When she is sad she is -SAD-. When she hates, oh boy, does she hate. She is am emotional kid, and her feelings can get the best of her, sometimes.

When Molly puts her foot down it can be hard to get her to change her mind. You could call this being determined, or hard-headed, really. She can be damn stubborn, which also means she has quite the will.

Molly is young, and she often acts like it. This will be more split up into other traits, but she can be described as 'youthful'. She is exhuberant, emotional and brash, but also filled with wonder, compassion and genuine excitement.

Character Sheet


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Super Strength:
Molly is strong. Molly is really, really, really strong. Seriously, she is in the top tier when it comes to Mutants in physical strength. When she is in Tantrum she is capable of absolutely insane feats of strength. She could lift a full Sentinel over her head and throw it like a softball (As she did in the comics). She can punch through cement like tissue pepper. Metal is nothing. She hasn't had a chance to test the upper limit of her strength yet, as it isn't something she can use under controlled circumstances very well, but it is 'catastrophic' levels. In general, non-extreme circumstances, expect her to have a limit of about 100 tons. In extreme situations, it might be a lot higher.

Super Toughness:
While her Strength is only active sometimes, her Toughness is always active. Molly is hard to take down. Bullets bounce off of her and similar mundane attacks have absolutely no effect. It takes the upper levels of superhuman strength to really make her feel it, but it is possible.


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She has had very basic combat training. She doesn't have any 'belts', as it were, but her strength and toughness generally means she can haymaker and suckerpunch her way through many confrontations.

She's a Middle School dropout, and basically has the education of such. She is in special remedial classes because of it at Happy Hogan, and she gets picked on a bit for it. (We'll see how long THAT lasts).

Hero Lore:
She is a fan of super heroes and super hero lore. She can identify most heroes and villains who have any kind of public existance. Heck, she sleeps with a Doop doll, has a Power Pack poster on her wall, and has refered to passing through a wall as being 'Shadowcat-ted'.

Same as with her brawling, she has no real training with weapons. However, she DOES like sports, so she has a pretty good idea how to swing a baseball bat (Or tree...) with effect.


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Her real family are baaaaaaaad, and gone. She has been taken in by the Juniper family. The Junipers have a number of other foster kids, and they all live together. Molly shares her room with another of the girls. They all know about her 'situation'. She struggles with the situation, but they're good people when it comes down to it.

Happy Harbor:
Molly attends Happy Harbor, a very special school. After the Runaways were most recently scattered, it was determined that she needed some kind of special care. She was put with a foster family and put into the school. Nobody but other specific people know she is an insanely powerful mutant. She's struggling, for sure.

She has a lot of cute and/or cool hats. It's true! Adorable and/or cool enough to be worthy of a whole resources write-up, even! Cat hats, bunny hats. All kinds. Truly majestic hats.

Molly belongs/ed to the Runaways, a group of young heroes. All of them share the concepts of evil parents, and a want to make their own way in this crazy, crazy world. While they are scattered now, she can try and reach out to them and their past hideouts and stuff if she has to.


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Molly's strength rapidly drains her endurance, the more she expends herself the quicker this happens and after particularly large or long lasting feats of strength she will often fall asleep and be unable to use her powers again until she has sufficiently rested.

She is living with the Juniper family, which is a nice couple and five other foster kids. They all know about her situation and as much as she struggles with it all...they're really good people and like her. They are targets for bad people, or can get involved in her stuff!

She is a member of Homo Superior, and this comes with all of the usual social issues you might expect. It also means that she is effected by tech or powers that specifically target her kind.

Molly needs to be emotionally charged for her Strength to kick in. When this happens her eyes glow pink in a very notable way. When normal she has the strength of a slender fifteen year old girl, but her inhuman toughness. She usually needs to be pumped up in some way, such as anger, or excitement or sadness or similar.

Molly has trust issues when it comes to adults. It isn't that NONE are worthy of trust, but one has to work a lot harder for her to trust them then a teen or kid does. Having your parents turn out to be supervillains can really shake a poor kid up, afterall.



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