|Circe is a demigoddess of sorcery created by a bunch of ancient Greek storytellers, adapted by Jamie Rosen.|
|Primary Writer:||Jeanne Morningstar|
|Status:||Kinda-sorta member of the LNH (Classic Team)|
Circe (which is pronounced Kirke, and don't you forget that) is an ancient Greek goddess of sorcery. Not much is known about her past, but it presumably follows her Greek mythological history: she is the daughter of Helios (unless she is the daughter of Hekate), was a powerful sorceress who was considered to be the inventor of magic, dwelled on the remote island of Aaeaea, and turned Ulysses's sailors into pigs, which the only thing most people know her for.
It is known that she has a long history with Galatea; they fought against Nazis together in World War II and became involved. They both battled Manga Man Gold, and later entered a complicated relationship with him which resulted in the birth of Manga Girl II.
In the modern era, she first encountered the LNH when a group of female LNHers gathered for girl's night out and didn't invite her. The spurned Circe turned many of the LNH's men into pigs, and challenged the women to a cheerleading competition. In the end, though, they made up and Circe remained friends with them. Catalyst Lass has called on her for missions since then (as in Just Imagine Saxon Brenton Presents the RACCies... Again!), though it is not clear whether she is a formal member of the Legion.
Arrogant and divine, but really just wants to have friends, especially women. Queer.
Powers and Abilities
Circe has a considerable gift of sorcery, especially transformation.
Not described much. Maybe looks like Gemma Chan? Definitely has hairy armpits.
- Girls Are Weird: The International Women's Day Special
- Just Imagine Saxon Brenton Presents the RACCies... Again! #2, 5
- Just Imagine Saxon Brenton and the Writers of RACC in: RACCies the Final! Symphony of Genesis
- Her name comes from the Greek word kirkeo, meaning "to secure with rings" or "hoop around," in reference to the binding power of magic, if you must know.
- Though not established in story as of yet.