Willow Bitterwood

The One Who is Many


Check out her playlist. WIP

Walking With Strangers by The Birthday Massacre
When you exist on multiple planes of existence this tends to be how she views walking with the alternative versions of people on different planes.

No One Lives Forever by Oingo Boingo
When you witness and experience death on such a frequent happenstance you start to lose the emotional effect that it causes.

Gypsy, Tramps & Thieves by Cher
When you live without a consistent home out of personal choices you are treated just as a Gypsy, Tramp or Thief.

Make It Bun Dem by Skrillx ft. Damian Marley
This relates to an event that shall remain unnamed here.

One More Soul To The Call by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
This is what it feels like every time a part of her dies, so far she has no idea if the afterlife is something that exists or not.

Get Up, Stand Up by Bob Marley & the Wailers
A protest song at it’s core it describes her strongest fights across all of her existences.

The Times They Are A-Changing by Bob Dylan
A song about accepting changes as politics and the world change. Something Willow has experienced many times to the point she can’t tell one world from the next.

I Love It (feat. Charlie XCX) by Icona Pop
An extremely fun song with a bit of grit to it.

She Wolf (Falling to Pieces) by David Guetta with Sia
Something Willow refuses to have are relationships out of the confusion caused by the perfect awareness.

Sticks and Stones by The Pierces

Gimme Shelter by The Rolling Stones

Don’t Bury Me… I’m Still Not Dead by The Riverboat Gamblers

Counting Stars by Sugarcult


The past of Willow Bitterwood is nearly as dense as the forest that her name comes from, over the course of her short 15 years of life she became as much of a hero as Reaper to the Bitterwoods according to her clan.

This sudden elevation of status had drove her to run from home, seek out mentors of the forests and even the friendship of Aegis Moonbeam. The later being the most interesting of the three; but that’s a story for another time.

Her goals always drive her from one place to another, though said goals have never been put into words.

The hardest part about being Willow Bitterwood comes from the hive mind of sorts that she holds over all of the alternative universes; especially when one of them dies.

Willow Bitterwood

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