Emerson grew up in a German criminal organization. Her mother took over leadership of the organization after Emerson's grandfather died. Her mother is considered one of the most ruthless women in the crime world. Her early childhood was relatively normal, she had friends to play with and traveled all over Europe. Her older sisters name is Taylor. She disappeared when Emerson was 13 years old and no one knows what happen to her.
When Emerson was 10 her mother murdered her father. Emerson later found out the her father had raped her mother and that was how she was conceived. Even though she never really met the man she holds a deep hatred of him. She isn't comfortable around most males unless she's known them a very long time.
Emerson loves reading and writing "letters" to her sister. It's her way of keeping her sisters memory close to her. She keeps a book of these "letters" and tried to write a new one every day. She is a very introvert person and doesn't make friends easily. One say she wants to be a psychiatrist and help people understand mutants and help mutants come to terms with what they are.
Her powers manifested by accident when she sent a telepathic illusion of a rain forest to a small group of kids. It seemed so real to everyone that walked into it that she though something was wrong with everyone till her mother explained she was a mutant. Excited and scared about the whole thing she asked her mother a ton of questions. Lucinda felt she wasn't able to answer all her daughters questions so she made a few phone calls and found out about a school in America called Massachusetts Academy, a school made for mutants. After talking to Emerson she decided to send her there to learn more and enjoy the American lifestyle.
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Telepathic Illusions: can project sophisticated illusions that are indistinguishable from reality. However, she also has the added ability of low-level telepathy, which she uses to glean information from her victims to make the illusions even more realistic. She can also project the illusion directly into a person's mind.