Taylor Cook is a female Human-Garde who lived with her father in Turner County, South Dakota, which was untouched by the Mogadorian Invasion. She is a central protagonist in the spinoff Generation One and Fugitive Six. She unwillingly enrolled at the academy after the Harvesters attacked her house.
Taylor Cook just wants life to be normal after the invasion. But things are far from it. There is a crashed Mog ship near her home town, everyone wants to see it, and legacies are still developing in humans. One morning Taylor discovers she has developed telekinesis. She moves an alarm clock with her mind. She tries to hide it because she does not want to be taken away from her father. But when Taylor's hurt in a tractor accident, her dominant legacy developed, healing. One of the farmhands witnessed it and told a group called the harvesters. They came to Taylor's house saying legacies are from demons, that they're a sin, and that she is unholy. Taylor and her father are outnumbered, so she has no choice but to turn herself into the academy. She calls for help, and surprisingly John Smith saves her. She is soon taken on a private jet to the academy along with her new friend Kopano. At the academy, Taylor is roommates with Isabella and Ran.
*More to be written tomorrow*
Afraid at first but after everything that happened in Generation One that she made her friends in Fugitive Six she became more confident. She is even more confident in Fugitive Six and Return To Zero and is looked as a leader almost like John Smtih.
Powers and Abilities
Being a Human-Garde, she has a few Legacies of her own.
She gains this Legacy when a tractor crashes and uses it to heal a bloody gash on her father’s head.