Date: 2011-10-08 06:35 am (UTC)
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Roxie:

Roxie being pheremone-manipulated is OK... with the caveat that she'll probably jury-rig something to at least theoretically negate the effect on herself, if she manages to find out what's going on. Also, general paranoia.

Roxie's scent would be... weird. Not only is she kind of literally crazy, she screws around with weird magic stuff all the time and that probably leaves a lingering element. I'm not really sure how this should work out, but it should probably be something either ominous or really idiosyncratic (like it synaesthetically turning into entire magically-symbolic images, or something).

Tess:

Tess being affected by pheromones is OK, but her biofeedback stuff means she'd become aware of it pretty quickly and rapidly swing back from the effect (mostly). (It's not the pheromone part itself she'd sense, but rather the mental effect on her.)

And she'd smell... nice. What with having colonies of semi-intelligent bioengineered bacteria living in her manipulating all her body functions, there's a literal undertone of roses buried somewhere in there, though it's much less noticeable now than it used to be. He might notice how engineered and sterile her general scent is despite the nice first impression, though.
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