|Neva Fernandez (Scenesys ID: 644)|
|"So this is what's going to happen! Untap, Upkeep, Draw... And then I tap five mana to cast Lava Axe, which procs Fire Servant's damage doubler effect, ramping it up to ten damage... And then I cast Reverberate on Lava Axe for Twenty Damage! You explode! Gee-Gee!"|
|Full Name:||Neva Fernandez|
|Function:||Neva, The Explodinator|
|Physical Age:||18||Actual Age:||19|
|Still Aging?||Not as much.||Voice Actor:|
|Hair Color:||Red||Eye Color:||Blue|
She would have you know that she is Neva Fernandez, a Planeswalker! A sorceress with phenomenal cosmic power, and a mean deck of cards! Born on Earth, Neva found out she was a Planeswalker when her Spark, her latent magical power, ignited when she ran away from home and was nearly hit by a truck. Now she can use the card game she loves to play to channel her magical potential and become the greatest sorceress in the Multiverse! At least she would have you believe. Though she puts up a lot of theatrics, its just there to hide the scared girl that doesn't want to go back to the mundane, depressing life she ran away from. With that in mind, she Planeswalks the Multiverse, traversing universes in an instant, in search of adventure and card games!
This Is Magic, There Are Rules: Neva's ritualized method of casting spells through trading cards requires her to observe all the rules she would normally have to to play the game. In addition to requiring a legal deck, Neva has to go through all the motions of playing a normal game for anything to work, even in the midst of combat. If she wants to cast a spell she's drawn from her deck, she has to cast it during the right part of her turn and have the mana to use it. Similarly, she has to have garnered an appropriate reaction from an opponent to take another turn, effectively making it all but impossible to use her abilities from a position of surprise or to use them unhindered. Should she render a foe unable to act through any means available to her by means of her deck short of actually defeating them, she may continue to act as normal; similarly, if someone deliberately allows her time to build up, a reaction is unnecessary to continue.
Specialized Foci: While Neva does possess the capacity to learn magic normally and to become a powerful mage to boot, her total reliance on her deck means that without it, she is effectively helpless. Removing it from her before she can begin using it is a perfectly reasonable method of stopping her before she becomes a problem. Until she learns a more traditional method of casting all the spells theoretically available to her via her decks, her reliance on them as a crutch will surely continue.
Mana Dependency: Neva's spellcasting ability relies heavily on the use of mana to function. Spells are grouped according to the color of associated mana needed to cast them, with each color having a particular environment its found in. If Neva finds herself casting spells of the wrong type in the wrong environment -- say, fighting someone in a forest while attempting to draw blue mana, normally found around islands -- she can be at a significant disadvantage. Certain objects (artifacts) can generate a small amount of mana outside the appropriate environments or alter the color to suit her needs, though they're almost never enough to wholly negate a bad choice of battlefield.Totally Not A Fighter: The Planeswalker Spark might have given Neva phenomenal cosmic powers through her Magic decks, but she has the physical constitution of a wet cardboard box, and the lack of combat prowess to match. Once one gets past her power and her decks, she's just a scared girl trying to survive.
|Ragol the Return||January 5th, 2017||After years of no Elite deployment to Ragrol? A job that comes up which draws Crys and other's attention back to the cursed world.|
|Wang Fire's flaming game||December 23rd, 2016||Wang Fire's first table top game! Can the group work together long enough to save some poor town? Probably not! But tune in to find out!|
|It is in passing that we achieve.||December 6th, 2016|| Yang unlocks Neva's Aura.
It goes about as well as you'd expect.
|Homecoming||November 22nd, 2016||Neva goes home, with Yang for morale support.|
|Tin Street Meetup.||November 20th, 2016||Rhapsody confronts Neva about possibly running away from the Izzet League.|
|Deck Work on Bikanel Island||November 15th, 2016||Neva and Yang go to Bikanel Island on Spira to train in an empty desert near Home.|
|The Halo||November 15th, 2016||The allies of the Izzet defend the Nexus.. and then a miracle.|
|Lute and Neva Date||February 10th, 2015||Lute takes Neva on a date, and plays Magic: The Gathering with her. Then she spontaneously combusts.|
|AWftF: The Third Dragon Ball||January 31st, 2015||The three-star Dragon Ball is found among the art collection of a wealthy executive. When the Confederacy moves in to claim it, the Union gets involved, and what was supposed to be a quiet theft gets messy...|
|Do ya wanna build a snowman||January 5th, 2015||It doesn't have to be a snow man.... Yunomi, Neva, and Rhapsody in the Icy Courtyard of Nivix... with a snowmonster.|
|The Shadows of The Sectors||December 14th, 2014||All is far from peaceful in the world of Galianda. The desperate, the dispossessed, and the angry sometimes strike violently and without warning at those they believe are responsible for their state. These people claim none as their master but Chaos.|
|Just A Dream (Neva)||November 25th, 2016||Neva Fernandez has fallen into a Turkey Coma. Too much food does weird things to your dreams.|
|Run Away, Runaway (Neva)||November 18th, 2016||Neva Fernandez can't do anything to face her problems, except to run away.|
|The Tragedy of the Fly on the Wall (Neva)||November 11th, 2016||Neva reflects on the past while attempting to put a new deck together|
|Neva's Christmas Wish (Neva Fernandez)||December 15th, 2014|