Marcie Ross

Name: Marcie Ross
Category: Invisible Being, Human
Age: 16
Origin: Sunnydale, CA
Habitat: Sunnydale High Attic
General Description: An average teenager. Perhaps too average... After many years of having been ignored by schoolmates and adults alike, Marcie Ross actually became physically invisible. And she didn’t use this gift to protect boys’ locker room either.
Friends, Associates, and Sidekicks: None... That’s kind of the point.
Sworn Enemies: Cordelia Chase, Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Special Powers: Invisibility
Weapons of Choice: Baseball bats, plastic bags, propane, etc.
Weaknesses: Fragile ego
Hobbies: Playing flute, giggling
Pet Peeves: Being unpopular and unnoticed…
Best Lines: - Hey, moron, I’m invisible
Total Estimated Power Rating: 6
3 Intellect Points + 2 Base Physical Strength Points + 1 Point for Invisibility
Danger Level: Low. Marcie might be invisible, but she is still just a teenage girl…
Identification: Complicated... Listen carefully for sounds of steps and heartbeat. Avoid following the sounds of flute – she is invisible, not stupid.
How to Avoid: The best way to avoid Marcie is to be unnoticed and unpopular too. This shouldn’t be too hard for you.
Suggested Actions in Case of Encounter: To cause her sympathy try to explain that you are an unpopular looser just like-her. The fact that you are reading this website might be a sufficient proof… Actually using the phrase "unpopular looser just like you" is highly discouraged.
Suggested Killing Techniques:
Killing Marcie is not that hard really once you actually locate her. I would recommend using spray paint. Spray the paint around and strike as soon as Marcie’s silhouette becomes visible.
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Movies and Books Featuring the Character:
- Out of Mind, Out of Sight - Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV Series - Season 1) (1997)

2 comments:

MovieFanGirl said...

I like Marcie. She's a pretty neat character, and the power of invisibility is pretty neat as well. I'm sure that she is the epitome of feeling like we're invisible or unseen.

Abigail Watson said...

I like Marcie. She's a pretty neat character, especially when it comes to being inspired to write stories by, and the power of invisibility is pretty neat as well. I'm sure that she is the epitome of feeling like we're invisible or unseen.