Phobos' name is Adrienne Richter
Phobos has severe GSD. At first, she just had three eyes and two big reptilian tails. After Jobe tried to be helpful, she ended up with four arms, claws instead of fingernails, fangs, devil-horns on her forehead, goats' legs and hooves. Her twin sister Deimos is identical to her, except Phobos has flame-red hair, while Deimos' is black.
Afterwards, Jobe was asked if her intervention in the previous semester could have contributed to the burnout. Her investigation revealed that the twins had been victims of previous genetic tampering by Alfred Dietrich, a minion of Wulfin the Purifier.
Phobos and Deimos are named after the greek gods whose names mean fear and panic, because they project a fear aura that they can't turn off. They are both receptive empaths, so they feel others being afraid of them, and they echo others' feelings, to the point that if others around them feel too angry or violent, they will go rager. If this goes on for too long, and they are together, they will merge into a creature they call Fury. Collectively, they are called the Fury twins. As ragers, they are on both on the UltraViolent list. They are both exemplars (EX-4).
Phobos and her twin sister Deimos are usually together, as they are social outcasts. They are friends with Diamondback, and so have an open invitation to spend time with Outcast Corner. They both live in Whitman, though in separate rooms. Phobos was in the same Martial Arts class as Phase in Fall 2006, and they became friends, despite an incident where Phobos went rager and attacked him.
Ayla really likes her, and invites her to his birthday party in Boston. When things go festive with the mercs, she opens the festivities by crotch-kicking a merc into the ceiling; ouch!
At some point before the start of the 2007-2008 school year, something will happen that causes Phobos to no longer be attending Whateley; whether she will die or simply leave is unknown.
Belphegor used Jobe's cloning chamber and Drow formula to create a Drow body that he was going to copy Phobos' mind onto; too bad the imprinting devise had an intermittent glitch, and Belphegor got imprinted on the clone instead.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Murphy's Laws of Whateley
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Ayla and the New School
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Child of Confusion
- ↑ So I'm a Freak. Sue Me.
- ↑ Ayla and the Birthday Brawl: Chapter 12 - The Legend of Talus, or of Fortitude
- ↑ Ayla and the Mad Scientist: Chapter 7 - Les Femmes Savantes
- ↑ Call the Thunder: Chapter 5 - Idiots 'R Us
- ↑ Ayla and the Birthday Brawl: Chapter 13 - The Legend of Gloriana, or of Glory
- ↑ The Second Book of Jobe: Part 1