Jocelyn grew up living a 'white picket fence' life. Manicured yard, pristine house, family always primed and primped. Image was everything to her socialite parents. If there was any problems, you can bet they'd be buried deep beneath fake smiles and ironed blouses. One of the strangest things about Joss' family was their vehement and absolute denial of the existence of anything close to resembling a metahuman.
"Freaks like that can't exist." Her mother would scoff. It wasn't until Joss' teenage years she began to suspect something was awry with her family. A nasty incident at school where Joss accidentally put another student quite literally through a row of lockers left her cornered by her family. Accusations and gaslighting were rampant.
"If you tell anyone, you're going to have to go away."
"Nobody will ever love a freak like you, Jocelyn."
With these thoughts swirling in the deepest parts of her mind and heart, Joss fell to silence regarding the incident and changed schools.
However, during spring cleanup at the age of nineteen, Joss stumbled upon a box of partially scorched files. Medical exams, police reports. They spanned across her family tree.
Super strength..? No way... Uncle Thomas? Committed to an asylum? But, mom said he moved to South Africa...
Suddenly, things began to make sense. Of course, bringing this up to her family did not go over well. In short, Joss felt it best to pack up and leave her "perfect" little life and head for the big city. There, people would accept her. Maybe she could even do some good..?
APPEARANCE & PERSONALITY
Joss is fresh into her career as a young heroine, and seems to lack any notable "battle scars". She is classically striking, sporting sandy blonde hair, blue eyes and a faint spray of freckles over olive skin. Her stature is strong; thick legs and toned arms.
Her personality is extremely bubbly, and she is usually effortlessly wearing a warm smile. Occasionally Joss forgets her own strength when she gets excited, and is known to accidentally do a bit of damage to fellow citizens and public property. Her heart of gold certainly has a few cracks in it, though, as she's starting to realize what seems right at first glance may not end up being the true right.