Kelly Azusa is a beautiful, smart, and kindhearted girl that always tries to look at the positive aspects of life. She loves to go shopping, and has an affinity for cute skirts and dresses. She’s among the popular crowd, though she does get heckled by a few of the supreme-popular girls in school because of the company she keeps.
Kelly has always looked out for James, ever since they were little. Their families have always been close, and they were practically raised together. As such, Kelly has always been tasked with the job of protective sister. She’s always tried to help him make other friends and come out of his shell, but she never seems to be able to get through to him. That all changes when they meet the two new kids at Force-Pointe High. As if by fate, the four of them quickly become friends just as trouble finds its way into their lives.
A strange woman who looks like some kind of 1940s spy. Bugs the size of rats that sucks the energy right out of you with their straw-like mouths. Superpowers and giant robots. Yeah, talk about weird.
Weird. That’s what a few of her peers call Kelly. Not only because she’s friends with James Stump, but because of how she looks. The Azusas have always had their traditions pertaining to family, conduct and appearance, and Kelly proudly chooses to follow those traditions. One such tradition is that the women in the family never cut their hair, to let the hair grow as long and free as the amber waves of grain. The fact that she’s never cut her hair has earned her the nickname “Rapunzel” by some of her classmates, but she never pays them any heed. She’s proud to be an Azusa, and considers continuing the family tradition an honor.
But, the Azusas also have a much deeper tradition that Kelly never knew about until the day she and her friends accept their destiny. Her family has ties to the Edania Organization, but nobody in the organization will tell her what those ties are, and it’s not like she can ask her parents. This is one family secret Kelly is determined to figure out.