From Unofficial Handbook of the Virtue Universe
Sellout Girl is one of Panda's primary alts and a mainstay of the Circle of Jerks' roster. Through Sellout Girl, the creator set out to challenge mainstream media's subtle Asian stereotypes by reflecting a more accurate, well-rounded perspective.
Sara Johnson knew from an early age that she was special. She wasn't a mutant, or possessing any sort of magical talent, or a cyborg in disguise or anything else which people might think is special but is actually pretty mundane. No, one of Sara Johnson's ancestors was from a country on the western edge of the Pacific rim, which in turn passed a unique and desirable heritage on to her. In short, Sara was Asian.
As soon as she could, Sara changed her name to Sora Mitsumori to better reflect her unique Asian heritage. After this dramatic name change, Sora set off to remind people how unique and special she really was because of her unique and special heritage, mostly by bringing it up in conversations whenever possible and doing things which reinforced how ethnic she was, like drinking bubble tea. This annoyed people to no end, largely because they were jealous of her and her Asian-ness.
Eventually her Asian-American heritage landed her a scholarship at Paragon University, where she works on her Computer Science degree by day, promotes Asian diversity by night and fights crime on the weekends and between classes. People - again, most likely jealous ones - have dubbed her "Sellout Girl," claiming that she's compromising her integrity and exploiting her heritage in an attempt to garner mass appeal, acceptance and generally be an attention whore. It is a title that, in lieu of a better one, the media has run with, and Sora now uses it as her nom de guerre. Ironically, of course.
Through extensive martial arts training, meditation and study of the works of several prominent gurus in her local coffee shop, Sora has developed an extraordinary level of chi, allowing her to perform superhuman feats.
Mastery of Illusions
Using the secrets of Eastern mysticism, Sora can generate illusions that cloud men's minds. The ability to blind them with flashes of phantasmal light, convince them that their friends are foes, conceal herself and others in plain sight and more are at her disposal.
In a manner not entirely like that employed by the Tsoo, Sora can call upon the spirits of her ancestors to debilitate her foes with their nigh-inexplicable and downright supernatural ways.
- Grand-Uncle Charlie - Rambles endlessly about the old days and how kids have it easy with their fancy cars and their iPods, distracting anyone unfortunate enough to be within earshot.
- Grandma Kim - Talks about her various illnesses and health problems, nauseating foes with vivid descriptions of what color her phlegm is and her last bowel movement, among other things.
- Grandpa Lee - Admininisters various folk remedies to Sora's allies, improving their health, concentration, blood flow, etc, etc, etc.
- Great-Grandpa Keiji - Veteran of World War II, Keiji glowers at the decadent white man and his decadent ways. As half his face was shot off, this is really Goddamn scary.
- Cousins Ron, Margaret and Phil - Former circus performers, the three cousins run out of nowhere in white leather gimp suits to beat on people. The family doesn't talk much about them.
- The Nameless One - Ancient warrior of ages long since passed, The Nameless One wreaks havoc on the battlefield, tossing aside scores of enemies with a wave of his hand. There's been some controversy as to the nationality of The Nameless One, as he is far too tall to be from Japan or China, but Sora insists that he's Asian, or else he wouldn't be her ancestor.
Sora displays a near-monomaniacal fixation on how unique she is due to her ancestry and how nobody really "gets" her due to this fact. Aside from that, though, she's pretty indistinguishable from any other girl her age in the city. Except for the ones that aren't indistinguishable from her. Those don't count.
- She's Asian. Just so you know.
This is good, but it could be better. Jerks are encouraged to add more wankery.