|Gift||melts faces off |
Shapeshifting into another person
|Family||The One Who Is The One (Father) |
|Appearances||Witch and Wizard: The Fire, Witch and Wizard: The Kiss, Witch and Wizard: The Lost|
Pearce is the son and protege of The One Who Is The One. He is evil and menacing and is one year older than Wisty Allgood. His first appearance is in Witch & Wizard: The Fire, while his last appearance is in The Lost, after he pretends to be a football player named Heath and steals Wisty's heart away.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Pearce appearance in the 3rd book "The Fire" as The One gives him the position as captain and the mission to capture Wisteria Allgood. He is seen to have the ability to melt people's faces off. He is later seen looking at images of Wisty on a screen. He seems to have an interest in her. Which The One instantly notices and comments on where Pearce blushes and gets aggravated saying he just was trying to see what made her so special. Pearce then starts asking why they can't just capture her and then they would have the power. The One gets irritated and hits him in the face saying "I" will have the power not "We" will have the power. Pearce later is mentioned by Pearl Marie to Wisty and Whit about his ability to melt peoples faces off and how he killed her brother in this fashion. In the hospital that was housing patients with the Blood Plague and he comes in saying they needed more test subjects and he later notices Wisty in disguise asking her if they have met before. He later sees them after they saved two girls about to be burned to death and he has Wisty and Whit seized. When he was talking and a N.O. soldier speaks he gets angry and kills him in front of them by melting his face off. After seeing this Whit starts taunting him saying how he is "cowardly". He then has Whit fight a big and muscular N.O. solider where Whit wins and Pearce attempts to kill Whit but is unsuccessful when he is knocked unconscious and they are saved by Ms. H.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- For a period of time until near the end of The Kiss, he went by the name, Heath.
- His countenance as Heath was different from his as Pearce.
- As Heath, he had a "dark mop of wild hair", "mesmerizing turquoise eyes", and "kissable lips".
- By the fifth book, we learn that Pearce has the power to transform into another person.
- He was born and raised in the Mountain Territory.
- At some point he kisses Wisty