If anyone carries a greater burden than Sakenomi Hayashi and Hunter Galloway, it is arguably Liselle Durant. Liselle has the makings of the most powerful Spectralist to grace existence, an unmatched mind for complex mathematics, and a destructive power with the potential to far outpace her mother's. After all, Liselle is the primary cause behind the fall of Mountain Viewtopia. It's not like Strange Mt. Fuji just erupted by itself.
Liselle is terribly knowledgeable and capable. Not many people are as thoughtful as Liselle. She can invade virtually any system. She has a little too much power. She is immensely anxious regarding numerous matters. She sincerely cares about everyone.
Liselle likes taking action to care for the environment, rocking out to musicals, and listening to hip hop music. Even so, she has an aversion to worrying about the impact of Spacetime Arborism, working out at the gym, and watching action movies. Liselle's often learning about biology, playing Donkey Kong, and filling up on oranges.
But as every knows by now, with great power comes even greater pains in the ass. Liselle's potential makes her the focus of everyone's ambitions as they seek out ways to use her power to further their own goals. But in the end, she chose to follow Hunter. Perhaps that was the easiest determination of her life. It was the only option that gave her the freedom to forget...at least for a little while
Liselle was basically dying over that Color Sample Wars episode with Tropical Rain Forest and Naval Base Seafarer's Blue where Tropical Rain Forest pulled out dope win after dope win like a boss. It was a humiliating vanquishment for Naval Base Seafarer's Blue that proved dreams really can come true.
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