Pink haired siren girl. She was unintentionally created without a personality by Honey, when she broke into the HRC. After Honey left, Crystal was completed and allowed to leave the HRC.
Comics: 194Recent Appearance: 1070 : Dream KillingFirst Appearance: 10/22/2007
A teenage version of Dawn/David, with a little of Honey's genes mixed in, along with an imperfect copy of Crystal's siren gene. Her defective Siren powers are difficult to control, and affect both men and women.
Comics: 27Recent Appearance: 1070 : Dream KillingFirst Appearance: 1005 : Take Cover
Time traveling, alternate timeline daughter of Bay.
Honey is extremely book smart, but not very street smart.
She lives with Bay.
Comics: 387Recent Appearance: 1070 : Dream KillingFirst Appearance: 08/29/2006
Regular cameo character from Cheer! by Tselsebar. Originated in The Wotch.
Comics: 24Recent Appearance: 1068 : @ First, Second and Third SightFirst Appearance: 11/23/2006
Ethan's Older brother. Student at Harvard.
Comics: 9Recent Appearance: 1070 : Dream KillingFirst Appearance: 698 : Nope, She's Natrually Pink
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Oh dear, does this count as an Electra Complex? I mean, it has been hinted that Matt is the guy who impregnated Bay, which makes him Honey’s father and thus Dawnie’s grandpa, and now she’s developing a crush on him . . .
I wouldn’t call it an Electra Complex yet, because:
1. As you say, it has only been hinted about Matt being Honey’s father, not confirmed (iirc). Even if he is the guy who impregnated Bay, Honey is from an alternate timeline, which raises the confusing philosophical and/or metaphysical question of whether he could still be considered Honey’s father.
2. Dawnie’s parentage is convoluted and not entirely literal.
Honey is from an alternate future, not an alternate timeline persay. Her pre-time travel past is the same timeline that Bay experienced right up until Honey was pulled back in time.
However, Brady’s past is a little harder to pin down. Is she from a timeline where Honey went back in time, or the original pre-time travel timeline? Is that even relevant? Maybe not.
@Robert Honey’s character profile specifically describes her as a “Time traveling, alternate timeline daughter of Bay.” On the other hand, the story has progressed past the divergence of the timeline, so defining the difference between an “alternate timeline” and an “alternate future” for such a time traveler is rather difficult.
You’re just putting Dawnie through the whole teen experience here, ain’t y’all? Please don’t let Dawnie take heartbreak too severely, okay?
Dawnies’s a teen? Has it been 13+ weeks already?
Dawnie came out of the maturation pod at HRC as a ~15 year old.
It’s even better: Genetically, Crystal is just as much Dawnie’s mom as Honey, maybe more.
For those of you who are wondering what an Electra complex is, it’s Freud’s feminine corellary to his Oedipus complex. Oedipus’ didn’t marry his daughter even in mythology; she’s supposed to have cared for him for the rest of his days before she was executed for giving her brothers decent burials.
That Electra, that is. There was also a goddess named Electra, one of the daughters of Atlas and Pleione, the Sailor’s Queen. The Greeks believed they became the stars in the Pleiades, a cluster of very bright stars relatively close to us. The Japanese call the same constellation “Subaru” and put it on the grills of their Subarus. Somewhat less anciently and astronomically, I made a Sailor Electra in the Sailor Moon fanfics I wrote long, long ago.
http://sailorsun.org/?comic=1007-anyone-confused shows that all Dawnie has from Crystal is the Siren Gene. That’s one Helix out of we assume millions (consideriing helices handling not only your appearance but al your personality traits). That means that the amount of Crystal in Dawnie is around 0.001% Now, according to Tom, Dawnie is 90% Dawn, with a blend of genes (I’d estimate around 5%) Honey. AT BEST, Dawnie is approximately 90% David, 5% Honey, 5% “Dixie”, and less than 1% Crystal.
Edit: Not millions, but I’d say around 100,000 at least. The human genome contatains about 20,000 genes normally, which include active and inactive DNA traits, all of which make up our “nature”. Helices seem to contain information humans get from “nature” and “nurture”, as well as additional info, like age and weight.
On the other hand, with a company like HRC, Helices may be purged of outdated information, all the traits humans have grown out of and rendered obsolete in our evolutional history. Which raises the question: “Would people in the Sailor Sun universe have an appendix?”. I mean, we as humans have evolved out of our need for said organ, but it’s still in our genetic package. Would the “Appendix” helix be edited out By HRC? I mean, if you look at the eyes of the characters, the Plica semilunaris (another vestigial organ) is absent, which leads credence to my theory that it’s been removed by editing. If so, the snipping of these outdated genes would leave room to add information to include the “nurture” and “biographical” portions of what makes us…well, us.
Which takes us back to the 20,000 genes. But even there it’s 1 in 20,000 or statistically, 0.005% (I dropped a zero in the previous percentage). Still less than 1% of Crystal.
Ah, but it’s canon that in HRC’s view, DNA is completely fictional, and we don’t know just how big the Siren gene is relative to the rest of the human human genome.
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