Taya Gellea Blast

Taya G. Blast is an Alternate UUniversal Hydran from Planet Uridia. She is what's called a 'Censen', or a person or alien with Cerwan's Mutation (A mutation common in AUU humans and rarely alien beings which allows them to evolve through their growth span) that have harnessed the phase powers of the Beofynzeny System's late home race, the Teadr 1 meta-powered Uridians. She and her twin sister Ierlith have inherited the same powers, being raised by a single mother who fled her species' home planet to explore their neglected views of technology, and after being murdered by Awesome Jaxtom's forces, the two of them became mercenaries who later become Vault Seekers after turning many tables on Jaxtom throughout the years, becoming mercenaries, Taya being waned for false godhood, extortion, witchcraft, and murder. However, she, her sister, and their VS comrades later get mind-controlled by Jaxtom and used to find Vaults for him so he can use them for his own corporate purposes, all under the watch of Commandant Steelea. She is an AUU parallel to Borderlands Maya (Siren) and has similar powers.


Taya was born the younger sister of Ierlith after her mother left a cult of Hydran Censens intent on safeguarding the sanctity of uridium, and psychotically killing people who used it for technological advancement, seeing such an act as a sin based on the Hydrans' rejection of advanced technology. But her mother, while pregnant with Ierlith, refused to accept this life any longer and abandoned them, leaving them to be taken out by the Phaseforce. Ierlith was born later to be with her husband and thus later she gave birth to Taya in Uridium Mux, a megalopolis that thrived from the underground mining of uridium, where they lived happily. But one former member of the cult kidnapped Taya and tried to use her as an agent of revenge through forcibly subjecting her to uridium crystals, and turning her into a Censen against her will. Ierlith tapped into power in another uridium crystal she found and went to rescue her just as Taya was forced to try and kill her own kidnapped mother. Despite a successful rescue, their member was shot dead by the former cultist, getting himself killed by them in turn.

Now orphans, the two were taken in and raised by Morco, the head of Morco Munitions, and they, along with 6 others, heard great stories about the 88 Vaults, which held unknown treasures, power, and opportunities of wealth. The 8 sought the system looking for these vaults, but never found them, and grew out of it when they grew up. The 8 however did vow to reunite and finish their journey if they did turn out real. Afterward, Ierlith and Taya moved on with their lives. They even found out that their mother was still alive as a figure of phasepower. They thus helped her give the best of uridium to the Beofynzeny System to empower everyone, especially with the growth of crime rate. However, Taya was haunted by uncontrollable phasepowers because of her uridium exposure, and Ierlith had to teach her how to use them, which was helpful with their mother's energetic spirit around.

However, they failed to realize that their gifts to the Beofynzeny System could be used against them. When Jaxtom took over the Armatage Corporation and annexed the Huncus Corporation, he had his AAF kill their mother for good by using her own life essence to power a very powerful mining laser drill for obtaining the richest sources of uridium: their own stock. With their mother lost, the two swore to avenge her and became mercenaries, as well as reuniting with their six friends after realizing what Jaxtom was after, and saw that someone like him with what the Vaults had to offer was not allowed. Thus the eight became the latest Vault Seekers.



As an amphibious being, Taya has the ability to breath in land and in water, specifically by opening and closing the gills on her neck. Though her race is technophobic, she is one of the beings who embrace it considering the setting she is in. She enjoys technology as much as the rest of the people in the system. She especially grew up with a versatile ability to use any of it with which she can find.

Because of her trading mercenary life, her arsenal is not specific, as she uses any and all forms of weaponry of the main manufacturing corporations in the system. She mainly carries a Huncus RHES-290 Recharging & Healing Energy Shield, and a Huncus ISD-1010 Infinite Storage Device which she uses for storage and protection. Huncus is her preferred weapon to use in combat as, like Ierlith, she feels that Armatage is not only overkill and was utterly plagiarizing to Huncus considering their past feud, but considers it disgraceful considering who's running it, thus she sells any Armatage gun she comes across. She uses a Huncus-manufactured Emulator Pad which she uses to determine her location, health, and anything else important, and she also uses several other Huncus-manufactured technology.

Her main power is the fact that she is a Censen. As a Censen, she uses the harnessed Uridian abilities and thus uses the races' phasepowers. Her strongest phasepower is Phaselock, or the ability to lock people in place through an energy bubble, as well as the ability to put up a force field called the Phasebubble, emits phaseblasts where she fires energy from her hands, the ability to screech like a Uridian for imtimidation, and she can pull an ability called a Phasegram, where she makes energetic duplicate of herself and fool enemies, and the duplicates have similar powers to her, yet for this to work, she has to cut her energy level down based on the amount of duplicates she creates, and she can make them do this at will, or make them ordinary duplicates.


  • "That was satisfying, huh?"
  • "(Laughs, then snorts)... Excuse me!"
  • "You should ALL be running...LIKE P*****S!"
  • "Fear me, bitches!"
  • "This is the power of a Censen!"
  • "You're powerless... You've ALWAYS been powerless... AND YOU WILL ALWAYS BE POWERLESS!!!"
  • "I love these goddamn powers!"
  • "Son of a..."
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