CN: Alexandre Plans

Alexandre Jutt was originally a minor character in Alice and Finch. She quickly became a favourite of mine, and I have a feeling it’s because she’s a more mild, attractive, female version of myself. This is weird, as I don’t like basing characters off of real people, especially not myself. But this was all by accident, so what is to be done!

So who is Lex? Alexandre is a supporting character from Alice and Finch. She was Finch’s first love, even after they realized that they were cousins. Of course, you grow out of such things (unless you live in the east lol), especially when you’re young and related. They never really grew apart though, and so until Alice and Chloe came around, Jutt was his only true friend.

Alexandre “Jutt” Dirge, or Lex, (or the name she hates, Alexa), is a young Riley-Solune. She has all the outward appearance of a Riley, but the height of a Solune. Her eyes are grey, but that isn’t natural, she stumbled across a Methos artifact that slightly modified her brain, and corrupted her eye colour.

Lex is the first character I’ve made that has a known metal illness. Dezallldwinn is obviously insane. Joss has a sort of light-on-life, manic mind. Natasha has chronic depression, I think. Gwenhime has that “white trash crazy bitch” problem. I’m not sure it that’s a technical term, but I’m sure you know what I’m talking about. She had control issues, as in, she hates it when anyone else controls any part of the world. Yes, Gwenhime wants to take over the world, but more on that later, this is about Jutt. Lex is manic-depressive, or bipolar.

Why? Well, I figured if she was a weird copy of myself, I might as well give her my illness too. I also figured that like me, her illness wouldn’t be a big part of her story. Let’s be real, how many narratives give the main character a mental illness and then use it as major plot point? Well, all that I know of. Not Alexandre. She’s been living with it for long enough that it’s just another one of those difficulties she deals with every day. Minor plot point.

I don’t know what to call her story yet, so for now it’s just going to be CN: Alexandre, Codename: Alexandre Dirge.

Alexandre is about Lex’s capture. As punishment, she is no longer allowed her freedom in the gangs, instead she’s become a slave. A rich music producer named Richard Levindeloczyk buys her for his Hannibal house, so that he has a mistress for those long weeks when he has to stay in the Solune Kingdom. (His regular home is in the Djeb.)

Lex quickly learns that not only does Richard have a temper and abuse issues, but that he’s also a lot weaker than she is. Rich is a businessperson, and Lex has been a gang leader for a few years. Needless to say, she figures out how to train him out of his bad habits.

She also learns that he is married, and that the wife, Avvarice (who is just as awful as him) doesn’t know that he has a mistress in Hannibal. Of course, Avvarice eventually figures everything out and things get really messy, especially after Richard learns that Lex has been screwing one of the musicians under his label. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS, AM I RIGHT?

So, this story should read like a combination of the now cancelled and non-canon Broken Teeth, mixed with elements of Anna Karenina. (But without all the complexity and prose.) It will also probably be written and released in a seemingly random order, like Pulp Fiction. Not because I’m trying to be clever or artistic, but because I’ll probably have the urge to write some specific scene one day, and just do it. This happens to me a lot, and I’ve been meaning to try writing something out of order and then compiling it together at the end. Maybe this will be that piece.

Daniel Triumph.

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