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Name:Jenny
Birthdate:Aug 7
Character: Jenny (Generated Anomaly)
Series: Doctor Who
Version: Post “The Doctor’s Daughter” Episode
Age: Under 1 year (1 week)
Gender: Female
Sexuality: Straight
Appearance: Despite Jenny looking completely human, the fact remains that in reality, she’s not, due to being born from the Doctor’s DNA. Unlike her father however, she has a more military type look to her, keeping a very fit and thin figure. Her wardrobe consists of a pair of tight black pants, a hunter green baby-T, and black military boots. A light brown nylon belt wraps around her waist. Her bright blond hair goes along with her blue eyes, and hangs in a long high pony tail, making her look just as perky as she really is, as you always seem to find the brightest of smiles on her face.

Personality: The best and most simple way to describe Jenny’s personality is spunky, perky, and adventurous. She has a high amount of energy, and often gets excited about so many different things. She enjoys the concept of traveling and saving worlds, and takes interest in following after her father’s footsteps when it comes to such things. She’s taken quite a liking to running, and often seems to find it fun, even when it involves running from an enemy. This leads to another prominent aspect of Jenny, and that’s that you’ll rarely find a frown on her face, except perhaps when she’s taking something seriously, concentrating on something, or when her more militaristic mind takes over, and she becomes more of the soldier instead of the doctor’s daughter. Jenny knows that a large portion of her personality focus’s on military strategics, and weaponry and it is for this very reason that Jenny is often willing to do certain things that others, including the Doctor, may not necessarily agree with, such as using a little violence to get through certain dilemmas, though her ways are quickly changing thanks to the influence of her father. For instance, Jenny listens to the no killing rule, and though I’ve no doubt she would take things to those extremes if she was given no other choice in the matter, she would also no doubt try and avoid it at all costs so as not to disappoint the Doctor’s trust in her.

Despite having quite a lot of information just loaded into her head, Jenny is still experiencing much of life, and though she may be familiar with what something is or some sort of concept, it doesn't mean that she has ever experienced it. New experiences, especially experiences that she is not prepared for, she often takes to as if she were nothing more then a child, questioning and not truly understanding it, but often trying her best to do so. Her mind is still young and impressionable, and though there are some things that will stick there no matter what, it can still be molded into something much more based on her experiences. It is this aspect of her that still makes her somewhat innocent despite her soldier nature, and it is also this that makes it so Jenny can live in the moment, moving on and leaving the past behind her. Living in the present and working towards the future.

Like her father, Jenny can be intrigued by many things, and doesn't have any problem asking questions and learning as much as she can about it, having so much head-space still to fill. She is quite clever both in her fighting and in how she makes decisions, and though there are times where she will charge into something without full thought, most of the time, she doesn’t. Instead thinking things through and making decisions at a quick pace. Then there’s what she’s like when it comes to family, friends, or people she cares about. Jenny will often put these important people before even herself, going so far as to allow herself to be killed to protect them from harm, just as she allowed herself to be shot in order to protect the Doctor.

The more adventurous side of Jenny yearns to travel to different worlds, to explore, to learn, to save others, and to run. These are parts of her that are both part of her personality, as well as her entire being. The parts of her that connect her so strongly to the Doctor and his way of life, and it is this that will always have Jenny exploring, learning, and protecting others at every opportunity.


Abilities/Weaponry/Strengths: Jenny can carry anything from a gun to a knife, and even a bomb or two, but you will most likely find her using her own slightly enhanced body as a weapon; strength, speed, stealth, and even her limber movements. She’s very smart, and picks up on things quickly, and she can regenerate just like her dad, however, it’s a little different in her case. When Jenny regenerates, her face does not change, and she does not go up in an explosion of energy, nor does her personality change in the slightest. Instead, a small light is exhaled from her mouth, and then it disappears just before she wakes up. An interesting ability, though it’s too bad her dad wasn’t there to see it.

Weaknesses: One of Jenny’s biggest weaknesses is completely understanding the “no killing” rule. Since she was created to fight, it is a difficult concept for her to grasp, though she is quickly learning. Also, she’s not immortal, she can still get hurt, die, and get knocked unconscious like a normal human. No real super powers or anything, but she is willing to give her life in battle if it comes down to it; especially if it means protecting someone important to her like her dad.

History: Jenny was born fully grown on the planet Messaline in the 61st century by means of a progenation machine. She had been made from the Doctor's DNA, and directly implanted with the knowledge to fight and die when she was created in order to battle in the war against the Hath that had been raging on the planet for generations. At first, the Doctor believed her to be nothing but a being created to fight and nothing else, and planned to leave her there as if she was nothing, however his current companion, Donna stepped in saying that she was a living being and his daughter, and that he should treat her that way. The Doctor's stubbornness did not cease, and in the end, Donna took his stethoscope, and listened to Jenny's hearts. She made the Doctor follow suit and listen as well, and they found that Jenny had, not one, but two hearts just like the Doctor. That was all it took for the Doctor to realize that she really was possibly not much different from himself. After the meaningful event, Jenny aids them in their escape. First by fooling a guard, and stealing his gun in order to get him to open the cell that they had been placed in for the main reason of keeping them from interfering in General Cobb’s pursuit of the Source; a legendary item that was said to grant great power. In an effort to beat General Cobb to the Source, Jenny, the Doctor, and Donna begin to do a lot of running, taking down any obstacles in their way; one of which, the Doctor needed time to shut down the laser system before them.

Wanting to help, Jenny decides to go and fight the General in order to buy them time, but before she could just go through with her plan, the Doctor stopped her. He explained to her the consequences of taking a life, telling her that it infects the person until there is nothing left. Jenny, not fully understanding what he was telling her, runs off to go through with her plan anyway. During the fight however, she begins to think over his words, and in the end, chooses to merely cause a smokescreen by shooting a pipe instead of taking the General’s life, and runs to catch up with her father, and Donna. Before she can make it through though, the lasers come back on, forcing her to use her flexible body to do an almost impossible flip through the laser system, allowing her to land on the opposite side completely unharmed.

From there, she excitedly explains to her father that she chose not to kill General Cobb, and for the first time, they have a father-daughter moment as they hug each other. As they come closer to their destination, the Doctor decides to invite Jenny to travel with him, causing Jenny’s excitement to peak as she hugs him again, and tells him excitedly tells him thank you.

When they arrived at the Temple where they would encounter the Source, they discovered that it was actually a ship, and that the war that was said to have gone on for generations, had only truly lasted seven days due to the progenation machine’s creations constantly being killed. Within the ship, they encounter a glass ball that holds everything needed to make the upper planet more habitable for the people, and the Doctor breaks it to end the war. But General Cobb becomes enraged and shoots at the Doctor. Jenny, wanting to protect her father takes the hit, and dies in the Doctor’s arms without regenerating as everyone hoped would happen. Later, Jenny's body was placed on a table, where she was left behind. A short time after the Doctor and Donna leave however, she goes through her own version of regeneration as a light type energy expels from her mouth, and she wakes up with no changes to her face, or personality.

Wanting to follow in her father’s footsteps, she takes a shuttle off the planet to travel on her own, and plans to see other worlds, save people, and to do a lot of running.
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