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Background Information
Region North America       Height 157cm
Alignment Chaotic Neutral       Weight 46kg
Expertise Electromagnetism, electrical sciences       Birthplace Serbia | Croatia
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The greatest inventor in the human history (self-styled). Genius incarnate (self-styled). World changer (self-styled). Add any other compliment you can think of. She'll be mad if you don't (self-styled).
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Despite calling herself the "girl who created the modern world", she started off as someone who's really into radios. Her parents at first thought that she would grow up as the only female electrician in town until she managed to pass an entrance exam for a prestigious institution in Austria.
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In fact, the reason why the highly specialized (didn't pass her math test) Tesla was enrolled was that she met Schicksal's special requirements. Schicksal HQ just initiated a project on Honkai-powered engines. Tesla's talents in electrical machines allowed her to shine. She was soon moved to the North America Branch.
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Tesla, displeased with Schicksal HQ overhead and management, was also unhappy at the North America Branch. Edison, the boss pulling the strings at the North America Branch, tried to give her special education. The two girls soon hated each other. If it weren't for Planck who enrolled her in a doctorate program, Tesla's unique abilities would be forever lost in the mountains of paperwork.
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Tesla was indeed a rare genius and inventor. Unlike Edison who stubbornly upholds the principles of adaptability and mass production, Tesla's wild imaginations provided Anti-Entropy with plenty of unimaginable tech breakthroughs. Nevertheless, experiments also proved that most of Tesla's proposals were "utter nonsense".