Jamie Whyte(They/Them, He/Him) Hero Name:
Jamie's costume appears to be a mix of a combat medic's uniform and a celric's robes, giving them a "battle angel" kind of appearance while keeping their black and white color scheme, with little hints of gold here and there.Personality:
At first glance, Jamie comes off as rather stoic. But that can hide the fact that he can be a selfless and kind person, putting other before him. They tend to avoid any conflict, yet don't tolerate anyone they care for being pushed around. And it's hard to break his calm, laid-back demeanor, even in battle. He'd usually the person to come to when someone needs to calm down, and he tends to hide the fact he's a big nerd.
Though no one really dares to make the healer angry.Quirk:
Heaven's Cure Type:
Whether it's an ailment or an injury, Jamie's quirk allows him to heal anyone's wounds with a golden light (think Curaga, but more subtle), given they still has the energy for doing so. A passive quirk like this gives them a bit of a disadvantage, since they've yet to master it even.
Depending on how bad the wound is, theres a chance for it to transfer to Jamie instead. Even if he can heal themself, how long it takes can be slowed, like if they were poisoned for example.History:
Compared to others, Jamie's life has been pretty normal. Well, normal for an orphan. He never knew who his parents were, or where he got his quirk from, but he never dwelled on the thought. They were sort of an outcast for a while, till they grew into a habit of helping anyone injured, or stopping fights before people were hurt. Sadly the latter didn't always work, resulting in Jamie getting hurt himself. He became a sort of caretaker for the other kids, but when did he become interested in becoming a hero?
Admittedly, they were persuaded to try and become one, despite their quirk being more for someone on the sidelines. But for a while, Jamie took up an interest in studying heroes, in a more scientific route. From the damage output of attacks, to the side effects of some quirks. Then the thought crossed his mind. That maybe they did need someone like him out there to help.
So Jamie ended up applying for New Heights the first chance he got. He was surprised when he was accepted, but wasn't sure how he will manage in the exam. So they had an idea, focus on the ribbons, help anyone who got hurt in battle. Not even he expected to make it in, and somehow Jamie got into the bottom ten. Exam Report: Though avoiding confrontations with any and all robots, Jamie Whyte instead assisted the rest of the students during the exam with his healing quirk. He did get a few ribbons while doing so, but it was a surprising act of kindness, nonetheless.