- Extremely strong and fast.
- Keen senses of hearing, smell, and vision.
- Accelerated healing.
- Immortal; Vulnerable to sunlight, stakes to the heart.
- Needs to consume blood to survive.
01. Owns a salvage operation that includes a small fleet of boats. She also funds archaelogical digs. Abby loves her work and is well known for being able to acquire artifacts thought to be lost to history. 02. Has been involved in some way in wars. From the Revolutionary to to World War 2. From resistance and spy work to nursing. 03. Loves to spoil people. She has done extremely well for herself and wants to give back anyway she can. 04. Tacky tourist souvenirs are Abby's kryptonite. She loves to collect things from every place she's visited. It's usually something small and strange. 05. Is very protective of witches. She knows it's strange because witches and vampires don't exactly have a history of being friends but they make her think of the friends she lost in Salem. 06. Is terrified one day she'll see her maker again and all the old anger will return and she'll be the woman she was right after she turned. 07. Her journal is in a museum. She hates it and has always planned to steal it back someday. 08. Abby is not good at staying in one place for too long. She gets wanderlust and leaves. 09. Speaks many languages. 10. Loves to throw a party. She can always think of a reason to throw one.
Abigail is the first born daughter of Johnathon and Miriam Standish. From a young age, Abigail was different from other women in Salem. Outgoing and intelligent, she was not afraid to question the way things were in town. She learned her father's shoemaking trade and apprenticed in his shop.
Ostracized from a young age, Abigail had few friends and only one man who was a marriage prospect. It didn't bother her much though and she was all set on making a good life for herself when the witch hysteria reached Salem. A vocal opponent of the trials, Abigail frequently tried to get other people to see how silly it all was.
Little did she know that all of her talk was making her a target and embarrassing her fiancee. It wasn't long until Abigail was accused of witchcraft. Her own fiancee Jacob was a star witness in her trial. Refusing to confess, Abigail was sentenced to death by hanging.
That night, a woman visited her. Offered her eternal life for a chance to stick it to the people of Salem. Turned into a vampire, Abigail was hung one night and didn't die. Stories were told of her return. Men would disappear and their bodies found drained of blood.
When it came to her fiancee, Abigail waited until he had wedded and had a child full grown to the age she had been before she came for him. She turned his son before fleeing with him.
Over the years, they've traveled together and apart. She has become a skilled acquistioner of American artifacts. Often she gets things that no one has thought gettable. Abigail is happy to be a vampire. She enjoys the freedom it gives her and loves the way the new century is less restricting for women.