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Powers: Madama has the ability to project anything she can imagine. However, with her newfound insanity, this is limited to distorted and murderous versions of Fairy Tales and Nursery Rhymes. While her projections are solid for the most part, and the ones that are humanoid develop their own personality and opinions, they are still illusions and can be blocked by a stronger mind.
Personality: Madama is cold and uncaring to humanity, but around her "friends", she is happy and joyful, and full of childlike qualities. Her mind is stuck at the moment it broke, refusing to mature. She is especially happy when she is about to kill someone.
Like most kids, Myranda Hamilton was always fascinated with Fairy Tales. She used to stay up all night, reading them or acting them out with her dolls and stuffed animals. It was around the age of 12 that her mutant power started to manifest. She brought the characters from her stories to life, and as innocent as it seemed, her parents refused to allow it. They loved their daughter very much, but hated mutants more. With her parental relationship gone, Myranda worked up all of her childish courage and ran away, living on the streets and alley ways. She used her power to make herself elegant feasts and friends to keep her happy.
At around 13, a man who had been watching Myranda for a while, attempted to rape and kill her out of pure hatred for Mutant-kind. Full of fear, Myranda's creations became twisted and distorted and killed the man. This event shattered what was left of Myranda's already fragile sanity, and she lost control. For years, she was stuck in her own fantasy, where everything was perfect. Still on the streets, isolated from any real humanity, she went totally insane and became permanently caught in her own illusions.
After her insanity caught on, she wandered from city to city in golden chariots and flying carpets, completely oblivious to the shocked people that watched her. Though several racists tried to catch her, she was always gone by the time anyone caught wind of her hideout. She played tricks on innocent townspeople, throwing poisoned apples into people's homes and laughing at she watched them choke them death, or using her creations to trick people into thinking they were insane. In her mind, this was all harmless fun, and she was uncaring to the lives she ruined or took completely.
At the age of 21, Myranda finally put her life's plan into action. She became a serial killer and started to call herself Madama. As Madama, she used her illusions to spy on upon acts of injustice against mutants, and then proceed to kill the person, and always with a twisted smile. On one occasion, she tied a man up and forced him to have a tea party with her, after she was done she killed him with nothing more than a broken kettle. She conjured a mermaid to drown a woman at the beach, and fairies to drive a man insane and cause him to commit suicide.
Her acts caught the attention of the X-Men, who did their best to catch her in action. Successfully stopping a murder, Jean used her powers to seal block Madama's and they sent her to an Asylum. However, Madama's powers were more advanced than that, and the second Jean lost concentration she gained them back. At the Asylum, she tortured other inmates and caused a riot that killed almost all the guards and several inmates. When she was caught again, she swore she did nothing wrong, and that it was the X-Men's fault for putting her in there in the first place.
She continued to be a minor enemy, still committing terrible murders when she can. Her mind remains broken beyond repair, as when attempted by Prof. X, all he could find were jumbled moments of her past. Not wanting her mind to ever be messed with, she ignored X's pleas of friendship and attempted to kill him. Though she was entirely unsuccessful, this caught the attention of The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. Though several incarnations tried to get her to join, she refused every time. The only family she needed was her own creations, or so she thought. Tortured with memories of her parents, she finally worked up enough courage to go visit them.
Though they moved from their original home, a little detective work and their new home was found. Like the child she was, she went and greeted them at their front door. Her parents were quite horrified at what their daughter had become, but they still did their best to come to terms with it. They almost convinced her to turn herself in, until a few suppressed memories arose. She remembered how they yelled and screamed at her for something she couldn't control, and how she was utterly convinced that her own parents hated her. Out of rage, she killed her parents on the spot with her bare hands and, feeling no remorse, she went back to her "true" family.
Yearning for stability, she made a permanent home in dilapidated apartment complex, making it utterly beautiful on the inside while leaving it hideous and run-down on the outside. Though, staying in one place proved far too dangerous when the X-Men traced her parent's murders back to her. When Storm, Wolverine and Jean broke in her apartment, she tried to escape, too tired to fight (remember, she still has the mind of a child). They caught her trying to climb out of a window and tried to talk it out. Madama ignored them completely and summoned her creations to fend them off while she made her escape. Jean again used her powers to block Madama's powers, and she was defeated again. However, Jean lost concentration too quickly and Madama managed to get away before being captured.
After this, Madama decided to attempt to end the X-Men as they proved to be too much of a nuisance. She created a fake student named Amara to spy on the academy and bring them down from the inside. During her many spying attempts, she developed a special fascination with the Pixie and her fairy-like appearance. Developing a "school-girl" crush on her, she abandoned her murderous escapade.
After that, Madama felt like she missed out on something. So, to suffice her newfound boredom, she invaded Stark Tower instead. On a unneeded hissy-fit rampage, she managed to destroy quite a bit of the tower, but didn't succeed in killing anyone. The Avengers defeated her and she was left in another asylum. Tony's assets fixed any damages done and Madama was still left bored. She quietly escaped the asylum and made more random murders. Her kills were no longer limited to just injustices against mutants, but now were mere products of boredom.
Cinderella: Imagine Cinderella from the Disney movie in a skimpy outfit. Despite Cinderella's bombastic, torturous personality, she acts like a mother-figure to Madama. She gives her advice when she needs it and does her best to shelter her from those that want to hurt her. Cinderella stems from Madama's yearning for a mother in her life.
Beauty and Beast: Beauty is a sexy, brutal woman, much like Cinderella. She keeps her pet, Beast on a leash riddled with thorns. Never fighting herself, she uses the bloodthirsty Beast to rip her opponents limb from limb. Beauty is in a relationship with Cinderella, which could originate from Madama's hatred of men.
Marina: Marina is an uber sexy mermaid summoned for water enviroments. More like the sirens of ancient myths, she uses her beauty to draw people in before dragging them to a watery grave. This comes from Madama's childish aspiration to be beautiful.
Cheshire: A twisted evil cat that always kills with a smile. This of course stems from Madama's twisted personality.
Aria, Taria and Maria: Three tiny fairies that whisper terrible thoughts into people's ears. They love to torture people with their guilt or make them believe they've gone insane. They originate from Madama's surpressed guilt.
Snow White/Rose Red: Snow White is a woman with beautiful pale skin and long raven hair. She is by far one of Madama's most beautiful creations. However, when she is angered she turns into Rose Red, a terrible, bloodthirsty murderess. She made Madama's first kill when she was 12. She originates from Madama's rage issues.
Frog Princess: An amphibious woman garbed in princess attire. She literally consumes her opponents, their mutilated bodies only seen again after Madama de-summons her. It is unclear what aspect of Madama she stems from.
The Three Bears: A bear family that preys together, stays together. They stem from Madama's need for a complete family.
Notes Please do NOT comment on this, I know I'm not the best of artists.