However, as in all
worlds, there are other realities. In a second incarnation, Aeon
found herself again working closely with resitance members Neo and Trinity.
However, in this world, she was no friend of either. It was an arrangement
of convenience and necessity, and she defied them at every turn, making
enemies out of most of their crew in the process. It was not until
a man by the name of RavenWolf crossed Aeon's path that she began to feel
something resembling happiness with her new life. But even this was
a precarious happiness, one that required her to fight against Agents,
fate, and her fellow crewmembers to pursue. And just when she thought
all might end happily, she discovered RavenWolf's secret - his alternate
persona, a cruel, destructive man named Nicholi, who tended to show up
and create havoc wherever he went. A chain of events involving, once
again, Aeon's eternal nemesis Persephone, left both Aeon and Ravenwolf
on the brink of death, each unknowing of the other's plight... (To
be continued on MRPG)
Yet, all is not hopeless,
and at the end of a long tunnel of darkness there is always a light.
In one final incarnation, Aeon had certainly suffered her share of darkness.
Having the Nebuchadnezzar after the departure of Neo and Trinity, Aeon
found herself restless, bored by the everyday life of the real world, and
with her own role in it. Her relationship with Azkyn, a close friend
and sometimes lover, was one of convenience more than actual love.
However, her betrayal of Azkyn for a cruel, sadistic man named Curve was
still shocking, as was her subsequent descent into madness. Only
after losing her memory and being 'rescued' (or stolen), by a former theif
named Braddock and his lustful partner, Libra, did Aeon begin to regain
some semblance of her former self. Her journey was no picnic, as
her psychological scars ran deep, but along the way she found herself falling
in love with Braddock, who was at her side every step of the way despite
Aeon's initial rejection of him, and despite the many subsequent snares
she got him into. The two of them made a great team, at least as
lovers... but Libra's jealously threatened to rip apart this happiness.
Now Aeon must make a choice - sacrifice her happiness for the sake of the
mission, or turn her back on a friend who had been just as instrumental
in helping Aeon find herself as Braddock had been... (To be continued on