Name: EVE (Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator) number 214. She is also just called Eve or 214 for short depending on who is speaking with her. Age: She is 23 Years Old Job: Her only job is to search for plant life in the galaxy to sustain the life of humans. Normally she does so on newer and undiscovered planets, but has yet to be sent to the old home planet of Earth. Until now that is. Brief History: EVE isn't an average girl. In fact, to most on the space ship, she is far from it. She, along with many other EVEs were scientifically born. While they are still flesh and blood, they were made thanks to strong DNA and genetic engineering. They are not like the naturally born humans and don't have the same rights as such. They were made and raised for specific jobs, just like many others that work on the station for jobs such as cleaning or maintenance. All artificial life forms go under the label of GEAR (Genetically Engineered Artificial Runners). hey are assigned their own specific tasks, running about doing all the work that normal humans can't and won't do. EVE models are the strongest of the GEARs, made to survive outside of the space station in tough environments, them being raised and trained for different situations since their creation. She grew up under strict environments, training and learning. And when she was not doing one of those two, she, like all the others, were in hibernation states until the next training or educational segments. Her life is serving those that created her, nothing more, nothing less. She learned to accept that. And once she was old enough and had completely the training, she was sent to many different words, looking for life for the natural born humans that enjoyed paradise in their safe and relaxing station. Of course, how could she ever guess that going to earth and meeting a funny human boy would change her whole perspective on life itself? Appearance: Other: She considers herself one of many. There are many EVEs like her, all with the same looks and training and so she figured, what can she do that another EVE can't? For this reason, she doesn't consider herself as an individual being, rather a tool for the humans and nothing more. And oddly, she's never found reason to fight this and was taught this way for so long that this, in a way, became an accepted part of her life. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "EVE 214, being retrieved from hibernation. Stand by." Came the voice of the GEAR in change of retrieving the EVE from her hibernation capsule. After a number of buttons on the outside of the capsule were pushed, the door to the capsule finally slide open, revealing the white haired girl. To them, a generic EVE. One of many that were often sent out on missions to search for signs of sustainability. There were many EVE models, sent all around the galaxy. Those not in use at times were sent into hibernation until their next mission, so that their training would not be effected by outside activities. In hibernation, they remained unaffected by outside sources, making them prepared and souly focused on their missions at hand. After a few moments of the door being open and all the gas leaving the capsule, the girl's eyes slowly flickered open and she stood up straight, stepping out of the small space to stand next to the other GEAR as it spoke to her, "Good evening EVE 214. I hope you had a good rest. The captain wishes to assign you another mission. Please follow me." With that, Eve followed the GEAR up tot the captain's quarters and once there was left alone to walk into his office. This was the same every time. The captain sitting in his chair while his GEAR assistant, AUTO, stood next to him, red eye staring her down. Of course he was assistant to the captain, so it was his jobs to keep all the lower leveled GEARs in line. Which was pretty much all GEARs on the station besides himself. So, she didn't ever take the hard stares personal, "Hello Captain. You have a mission for me?" "Ah, yes. EVE 214. You will be the last to be sent out this term." He looked to the screen in front of him, "You will be sent to Earth this term." "Earth, sir? As in the Earth?" Eve asked, tilting her head to the side, a bit surprised that she should be assigned such a place. After all, the old home planet of humans was known to be environmentally destroyed, having taken years of pollution from the older population of humans that had long ago lived on it. Yet, it seemed the captain was indeed sending her to that planet because he nodded, getting out her normal tools, a pair of glasses that shielded her eyes from dirt and some of the sun's rays (as well as doubled as a video recorded if she needed to document something), scanner that scanned for plant life, and a blaster for protection, "Yes. The Earth is your assignment." He handed her the tools, which she put into her holster, except for the visor glasses which she put over her eyes, "If you find anything new or informative, document it. An if you find any sort of plant life, press the bottom on your communicator and we'll immediately start making out way back for you. Of course, until we get there you'll be in your hibernative state. If you don't find anything within one rotation of the Earth's main satellite then we'll make our way back for you. Do us proud EVE 214. " "Of course, Captain." And with that, the girl walked out of the captain's office and back toward the docking area. The station wasn't close enough to earth to send the transport ship yet, and so, she was lead to once again a hibernation capsule and put inside to go back into another hiberative state. This was normal for her though, and so had no fuss about it. This was all she knew really, so what was there to argue about in the first place? And so, she slept soundly in her capsule, until a few days later the station was close enough to Earth and the transport ship sent out, heading to Earth's surface. It was a noisy yet standard landing for the ship, though Eve slept through it all in her capsule. Once the ship had safely landed, there was a small pause so that the ship could scan the area to make sure it was safe, before the mechanical claws of the ship grabbed the capsule, setting it on the dusty ground, and then pressing the buttons in the corresponding order so that the door on the capsule slid open once more. Once awake, the girl peaked her head from the capsule, looking about. This planet was dusty, and much more dirty, than all the other planets she had ever visited. She really didn't see the potential of it and doubted any sort of plant life could possibly survive in a waste land such as this. Yet, searching for plant life was her job here and if she didn't do it, then they would remove her and put her back into hibernation. After so long in hibernation since her last mission, which was a few months ago at least, if not more, she wanted time to stretch and do something. And if it meant searching this desolate planet than so be it. Clicking the heels of her boots, she hovered out of the capsule, and took out her scanner. It was much easier to use her boots and fly, rather than walk the ground. Especially with how messy everything seemed. Down there she would likely be tripping over garbage and such. Up here, she didn't have much in her way. She began scanning pile of trash, a rather bored expression on her face. That is, until she heard the boosters of the ship start once more and turned to look over her shoulder, watching as the ship slowly disappeared from sight. Once it was gone, it was almost as though a wave of relief washed over her. She was alone. Able to do as she pleased. Even if it was just for a little while while she looked for plant life that might not even exist here. Until that ship returned for her, she was free. Wanting to enjoy her time and have a bit of relaxation before he actually started looking for the plants, the girl hovered a bit more into the air, doing a few spirals as she went up higher, a smile on her face as she took off, flying around and between the towers of trash and broken sky scarpers, even once or twice breaking the sound barrier with the speed she was going. It felt amazing and great to be life this and not asleep in a small container. Yet, she knew she had to get to work soon. So, after a good flight, she slowly made her way back toward the ground before landing and letting out a happy sigh. Hopefully this mission would turn out successful. hen maybe they would send her on more missions like this and she could be out like this more often. She sure hoped so. But, only time would tell.