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Zoe Lôi

Head Sculpt:
64cm Souldoll Zenith girl
  • Face-up artist(s):
    Date of acquisition:
    December 30, 2016
    Purchased from Souldoll website.
    Reason for choice:
    Perfect mature Asian sculpt. Swinte's default faceup, with dark, serious eyebrows and bold lipstick choice, was ideal for Zoe's assertive character.
    Best Points:
    Lovely head and body sculpting, equally beautiful makeup
  • Eyes:
    11mm Eyeco 163 soft glass
    8-9" Punkmomo E01 black/purple wig
    Favourite colours:
    Red and teal
    Fashion style(s):
    Stylized business attire
    Key fashion accessory:
    Her ornamental golden spear, nicknamed Longtian
    Outfit: Volks Quintetto of Forest Elegant
    Shoes: Tata’s Paradise Raphael SHO168 boots
    Accessories: Namonaki Workshop wire-wrapped qiang spear

    Zoe wears a customized uniform featuring a bolero jacket and A-Line pleated skirt, both of which are colored the standard teal of the Noble Guard, of which she is currently director. The red crossover tie and matching laced bustier denote involvement inside the investigative unit, even when she has no official title within their ranks.
  • Name story:
    Zoe - means "life" in Greek
    Lôi - Vietnamese form of Chinese Léi (雷) , meaning "thunder"
    Character age:
    Character gender:
    Offsite roleplay:
    This doll's character is available for offsite roleplay.
    The young head of the God's Pledge peace organization, having taken control manyyears after a failed assassination attempt left her father, the superintendent, comatose. Although she possesses no magical aptitude, Zoe is an effective and respected leader in her own right, and genuinely wishes for the country's betterment and security.

    Full name: Zoe Lôi
    Species: Human
    Nationality: Vietnamese-Empirian
    Birthplace: Northeast Sector, Nascent Empirical Union / NEU
    Affiliation: God’s Pledge
    Title: Major in the Noble Guard, Archduchess of God's Pledge
    Age: 28
    Birthday: December 30
    Hair color: Black
    Eye color: Black
    Height: 5'7" / 170 cm
    Weight: 133 lbs / 60 kg
    Myers-Briggs: INTJ
    Alignment: Neutral Good
    Orientation: Lesbian
    Relationship status: In a relationship with Veer Thakur
    Family: Father (Hugo Lôi) and mother (Caren Trang, deceased); Fulcanelli Paramirum (guardian)
    – Confident in her abilities, very self-assured
    – Always open to new ideas
    – Is a deliberate but quick-minded thinker
    – Knows how to gauge and pace herself
    – Driven by logic and rationale, but does not discard emotion

    – Will set aside her morals if it means completing the task at hand
    – Emotionally detached, seldom allows others to see her real self
    – Can be overly blunt or indelicate
    – Lacks spontaneity
    – Tends to clam up in friendly conversation
    Likes: Intellectual conversation, shaved ice
    Dislikes: Having to give up a task, being touched without invitation, any unexpected turn of events
    Hobbies: Playing the violin, watching television with Veer (particularly crime shows and Korean drama)

    Zoe never grew up knowing she had a legacy to uphold. In fact, if it had been anyone else's choice, she would've gone without questioning the state of affairs within her father's organization, and why someone tried to have him killed in the first place. After all, this unfortunate turn of events occurred when she was still a child. The God's Pledge organization continued on, with or without its founder, but a distinct undercurrent of hatred for the enemy found a way into the hearts of its members. Clearly, the Peacekeepers were no longer driven by virtue alone; some desired vengeance for their fallen leader, and others simply wished to destroy the Remnants they feared.

    Being raised primarily on Pledge territory, a young Zoe saw how furious her father's people felt, yet at the same time believed their efforts could be bettered by a healthier overall mindset. No one else truly understood her pain over losing her father, seeing as she never got to meet her mother and her current parental figure was a jaded immortal. Those emotions were volatile, sometimes dangerous, but Zoe liked being rational, she liked being in control. It would have been easier to let the Peacekeepers turn to hatred, and perhaps exact revenge upon the Remnant rebellion in her stead. However, as she grew older, a wish solidified inside her heart, and that was to fulfill her father's dream, to help bring about a world where no one had to be afraid. He wanted peace, not violence, and Zoe feared the Peacekeepers might become in time their very own antithesis.

    Colonel Hugo Lôi's daughter forced herself to grow up fast, and not because anyone asked her to either. She wanted to partake in the organization as much as possible, unwilling to let it fall to shambles in the wake of tragedy. Even as a teenager she analyzed what made people work, and what worked the best, and when she called the shots they started to listen. To protect the innocent, first and foremost. Zoe became a voice of reason within God's Pledge, and no one was really surprised that she managed to climb her way through the ranks, ending with a ranking directly behind her guardian, Fulcanelli Paramirum.

    While she willingly forfeited her chance at a normal life, Zoe made countless irreplaceable friends in the organization, and also managed to find her one true love among allied forces. Courtship with a god didn't rank high on her list of priorities (at first anyway), since she'd been surrounded by them all her life. And she certainly didn't expect her future romantic partner to be one famed for destruction. Nevertheless, Zoe fell more and more in love with Veer Thakur each day, and she with Zoe Lôi. They offered each other lifelines, really, since Zoe secretly wished for an emotional support and Veer desired, more than anything else, a person to protect.

    If one day Hugo Lôi emerged from his coma, Zoe wanted to make him proud. Not only that, she hoped he would see how much the organization, and the nation as a whole, had flourished in his absence. Perhaps, in some small way, she rose to the challenge, and to leadership, as a means of creating a better future for everyone, her father included.
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