December 31, 1977
Bloodmoon is a moderately powerful telepath and empath. She is also a skilled martial artist, weapons expert, and has a strong computer background.
The Gatekeepers, 2000-2009
The Pariah Project, 2009-Present
Raised in a military family, Jasmine lived in many locations: New York, Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, and more. She settled in San Francisco in 2000 and has lived there ever since. As a member of the Pariah Project, Bloodmoon is responsible for all security and defense matters and serves as the team’s liaison to the FBI. She also volunteers as a Red Cross emergency preparendess instructor.
At roughly six feet in height, and often carrying multiple weapons, Bloodmoon is an imposing woman. Her personality, however, is anything but. She is a warm and welcoming person, a dedicated friend, and reliable ally.
Excerpt from Renaissance
The Pariah Project building is an interesting structure. Inside the entrance is a small reception area, colored by light through stained glass windows that face the cul-de-sac on which it sits. It is separated from the main room by a glass wall. To the left inside the door is the reception desk, and behind it is a set of beautiful oak stairs to the second floor.
Beyond the glass wall, across the red tile floor, is the “living room,” which is essentially just a sitting area in front of a large fireplace, with a leather sofa and armchairs. Oak paneling lines the room, and the ornate wall panels are false fronts, Bloodmoon showed me. When giving me the tour, she slid one open, revealing the building’s security system controls. Another one hid a rack of guns. There was nothing unusual about most of the guns, she told me. It was the ammunition that was special. A regular-looking, pump-action shotgun, for example, shot Taser rounds that delivered five hundred volts with a range of about a hundred feet. She showed me other munitions, too, including a variety of custom rounds that would deploy anything from explosives to expanding foam to pepper spray. Before closing the panel, she told me she had “a few other surprises” in there.
Bloodmoon is a scary damn woman.
Credit Where Credit Is Due
Bloodmoon was co-created by Jacquie Jean.