8 December, 2012 Field Notes 5 comments
ACME S.T.U.N. suits and helmets were blanked in Organic Light Emitting Diodes. When activated the OLEDs would project a calculat... Read more
15 November, 2012 Field Notes 6 comments
Friday April 13th, 2011 02:00 hrs.Antarctica --- "Alpha team, you are good to go. Blackout is on, blackout is on." Eugene Grov... Read more
15 October, 2012 Mini Stories 5 comments
This post takes place some time after Paradigm Shift, in November 2012. Major conversations came from a saved chat log (Neutral ... Read more
25 February, 2012 Mini Stories 6 comments
Disclaimer: This event takes place a week after Hiatus ends and is a foreshadowing of what is to come. Chase Devineaux... Read more
|Current Status:||Testing out the S.T.U.N. suit.|
|Nick Name:||Iv', Ive, Ives|
|Character Text Color (Hex Code):||008080|
|Character Background:||Ivy Monaghan is a Unit Commander for ACME's International Crimes Division at the agency's Headquarters San Francisco. |
She was born on November 23rd, 1986 and is the daughter of SFPD SWAT Lieutenant Liam Monaghan and Linguistics Professor, Dr. Shiela Monaghan. Ivy was introduced to ACME as a junior detective at age 16, where she specialized in international cases, many involving V.I.L.E. She was partnered with her brother, Zachary until 2004, when she took temporary leave to pursue a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology at Brown University. Due to previous experience, Monaghan was subsequently recruited to ACME Hong Kong, serving as consultant and instructor for their newly formed Organized Crime Syndicate Task Force.
On her return to ACME Headquarters, Ivy spent several semesters as an academy instructor (teaching Flight 101, Hand-to-Hand Combat and Close Quarter Combat Strategy) before continuing her career with the International Crimes Division. Towards the end of 2011, she took the position of Unit Commander for active field agents and trained with ACME's Alpha Team for elements of Project Brimstone.
|Personality:||Determined and assertive, Ivy often has the flaw of hitting first and asking questions later. Though she's quick to anger, she is also quick to cool down and is a decisive problem solver when on the field.|