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Reply #8 - August 28, 2013, 08:02 PM
Warrior princess. Descended from a long line of integrated Desi Samurai, Ishina was born in Northern England circa 1985. Her first word was “Wa-tawwhh.”
As a child, she was trained simultaneously in the arts of Ninjitsu, Wing Chun Kung Fu, Muay Thai, and unorthodox street boxing. When not training mercilessly under the watch of her sensei, Ishina was instructed in classical philosophy, cosmology, history, archery, and the secret art of Japanese sword crafting. She was groomed to fluently converse in no fewer than seven languages and her first novel—based loosely on the story of her accomplishments by that time—was completed at the age of 7.
By the age of 13, Ishina had become thoroughly bored with the British curriculum and instead spent her time fighting crime and intimidating bullies. It is rumored that she once bent the metal workings of the school play ground with her bare hands in order to corral a group of bible thumping 9th graders who were harassing a young friend of hers. This incident secured for her the endearing title “The Metal Mover.”
By the age of 15, Ishina was asked not to return to her school. While the details surrounding her expulsion remain scarce, officials familiar with the incident cite the “distraction” she posed to both male and female pupils alike as a likely reason. There was also the incident in which she allegedly embarrassed the principal in an impassioned debate about British foreign policy. She was, however, given an honorary diploma, a Bachelor of Science degree, and a Master of Awesomeness degree from three British universities.
Ishina’s late teen years were troubling times, as she struggled to contain her innate awesomeness within the awkward vessel of her teenage surroundings. There were a few brutal street fights, during which Ishina unwittingly paralyzed several opponents and broke the hearts of many onlookers. While the police generally turned a blind eye to her activities, mostly out of fear and admiration, she was asked on several occasions to tone things down a bit.
Given her quickly spreading reputation and badass image, Ishina was approached by the producers of the film Resident Evil to play the role of Rain in their upcoming 2002 movie. Giving no reason other than the fact that she was not in the mood that particular day, Ishina declined the offer. Producers were left scrambling to find a replacement and eventually had to settle for Michele Rodriguez to fill the role. It is estimated that gross profits of the movie would have tripled had Ishina accepted the offer.
Keeping herself occupied, Ishina turned to welding, mural painting, and poetry writing as a means of channeling her natural abilities. Her skills in such fields were soon noticed and she was commissioned by several government affiliated institutions to produce works that are now displayed in museums across the globe. Given her desire for discretion, however, her works are almost always displayed under the names of other classical and contemporary artists.
At around this time, Ishina also saw it prudent to dispel the myth that she had ever been a theist. She wrote, in one draft, one of the most comprehensive refutations of Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Mormonism, and Scientology ever compiled. In fact, when Ishina posts on the CEMB forum today, she is merely copying and pasting from the works she had completed many years earlier.