You Expected a New Topic But It Was Me, MW's V7 Relationship Planning Thread

MurderWeasel
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Joined: February 18th, 2009, 7:01 am

October 23rd, 2017, 11:24 pm #1

So, I was gonna write all my profiles before starting V7 planning. Then I realized that's gonna take forever. As such, I'm gonna now make a thread for the four five six concepts I've got in passably settled shape and add the last two as they it come(s) together. What I'm looking for: friends, enemies, romantic partners, exes, dudes-who-sit-behind-you-and-cheat-off-your-tests, etc. Basically anything!

Fair warning: I am mercurial when it comes to concepts and my characters are never settled until their profiles are through the first draft (hence the delay in making this), so I reserve the right to change my mind or call renegotiations if stuff slides so something no longer makes sense.

Phillip Olivares is in most ways a fairly mild-mannered Christian kid but as his asthma prevented him from following the athletic footsteps of his brother and childhood friend group he found himself feeling somewhat isolated until finding a new community among fans of the rap group Insane Clown Posse. He managed to assuage his parents concerns about his juggalo interests by highlighting the Christian underpinnings of the group, and his improved grades and social life have led to them mostly accepting his fandom. Phillip is fairly thoughtful and enjoys analysis of stories and pursuit of meaning, often explaining the irony and subtle literary talent of his favorite musicians when he finds a willing audience. He's fond of telling jokes and occasionally dresses up rather wildly, but most of the time is content to slide under the radar.
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  • Violet Schmidt is cool because if she's not totally down with the clown she's at least a little bit down, down enough to listen.
  • Lucas Diaz is for some reason never super social; what gives there?
  • Max Rudolph needs to learn that it's deeds that matter and not harmless words and stories.
  • Mercy Ames could maybe be a little bit more open-minded about the clown thing; it's really a shame when otherwise-analytical people won't budge on preconceptions.
  • Ned Jackson is downish with the clown, and hey, that's way more than you can say about most people.
  • Zachary Beck thinks disliking something makes him cool. His loss.
  • Abraham "Abe" Watanabe laughs, and a laugh's a laugh. And a good discussion is also a good discussion. Cool guy.
  • Asante Esiason is pretty sweet, someone else who likes dressing like you're having fun. I'm not into DBZ but heck, most people aren't into ICP so I'm not gonna judge.
  • Artem Fyodorov is into vampires and that's sorta like killer clowns and hey, it's all good, man.
  • Nia Karahalios actually listens to the stuff I talk about. Score!
  • Mikki Swift is into "serious" music but maybe someday she'll realize just how serious ICP can be.
Juliette Sargent is a nice girl who's always there to listen and eager to help a friend in need. She also aspires to capture the role of class president, and to this end has turned to active campaigning for much of the year, making an attempt to leverage her generally good reputation and her interpersonal skills towards her ends. She comes from a somewhat troubled home life; her parents went through a messy divorce when she was young and her mom is in the process of splitting from her second husband, so Juliette finds some of the agency she lacks in her family by taking active roles with responsibility in her other hobbies.
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  • Lucas Diaz is an odd one, and honestly it kinda hurts getting a door in the face but everyone has their baggage, right?
  • Max Rudolph may not like me, but the question is does he like me better than all the other options?
  • Violet Schmidt is a pretty cool person and it's good to be there for your peers. Nice to have it returned once in a while.
  • Keisha Higgins-Bell is useful and cool, an important relationship to cultivate. All press is good press and good press is great press.
  • Kelly Nguyen is another good, kind soul--just what the world needs more of.
  • Janie Lyons is on the council too, and also knows that sometimes compromise is key. Perhaps something mutually advantageous can be arranged here.
  • Yuki Hayashibara is great to spend time on school stuff with--especially since she also appreciates good music.
  • If Abe Watanabe doesn't care about the election, that's fine. Maybe that can be leveraged into a vote anyways.
  • Yuri Kim is a good person, and our ambitions are compatible. That makes her a valuable ally.
  • Dante Valiero flirts with me some. As long as he's polite about it that's okay.
  • Ivy Langley is a valuable asset, to be managed rather carefully.
  • Lucas Abernathy is okay enough, but we just aren't compatible in the way he seems to want.
  • Sierra Cook isn't as scary as she can seem at a glance. Sometimes all it takes to befriend a good person is a little patience and respect.
Alton Gerow is a charmer and a bit of a scoundrel. Raised by a single mother in a bad part of Denton, New Jersey, until near the end of middle school, his entire life turned around when his mom won a substantial sum in the state lottery and relocated them to Chattanooga due mostly to a romanticized picture painted by a song she knew from her childhood. Almost half a decade later, Alton still isn't quite settled into his new situation, having gone from scrambling by on food stamps to realizing that as long as he's content to live a fairly modest life he probably will never have to work unless he feels like it. His easygoing attitude and willingness to take interest in what others enjoy wins him a lot of friends, but his tendency to push boundaries can make some uncomfortable.
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  • Max Rudolph thinks the state lottery is different from fate's lottery. What a fool.
  • Violet Schmidt seems to watch me sometimes. Now why could that be?
  • Adele Jones takes it easy, and that's the best way to take it.
  • Ned Jackson is into anime stuff and hey, cool, not totally my thing but anythng's worth a go or two.
  • Zachary Beck's another wild card. That can go a whole lot of ways, but it'll certainly be interesting.
  • Yuri Kim is into a few things that are very intriguing to me. I bet we can get along.
  • Dante Valiero is a kindred spirit.
  • Axel Fontaine is always good for a laugh and a tune.
  • Ivy Langley may look down on me, but that just makes it more fun to try to coax a smile.
  • Sierra Cook was fun to date for a while, and we can both respect what we were and what we ae now.
  • Lucas Abernathy is a reliable client. Good stuff.
Lavender Ripley is the daughter of a mildly eccentric lawyer with a particular interest in civil rights cases, especially as pertains to the education system. Lavender has picked up this focus herself, and is very very keen on issues of civil rights. A member of student council and the cheer squad, she's popular and easygoing in most situations but turns dead serious when her buttons are pushed. One area in which she doesn't line up too well with her liberal cohorts is on the issue of guns; she's gone shooting with her family since she was fairly young and is a passionate fan of the sport.
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  • Astor Maradona is a good guy. He's got some real ideas, and his brother's on the council so there's that element of connection.
  • Mercy Ames knows a bit about being misjudged. She's a good squadmate too.
  • Keisha Higgins-Bell is great. It's awesome that the squad has so many people with great ideas and kind hearts.
  • Alexander Brooke is a cool guy I maybe had something with once. Sometimes I still listen to DM.
  • Chris Bright has great ideas. This is the sort of knight the world needs right now.
  • Yuri Kim is cool and all but come on, sometimes you've gotta stand up for what you believe in even when it's tough.
  • Dante Valiero is, well, I suppose the attention can be flattering.
  • Ivy Langley... we may have to have words.
  • Ian Cortés is a sweetie if a bit weird. I like cheering him on.
  • Lucas Abernathy was fun for a time. No hard feelings.
Library Vee is a quiet, philosophical artist struggling with the aftermath of serious injuries sustained due to his own negligence. Frustrated by what he sees as his loss of potential, he tries to coast through his days and considers it a win if nothing sets him off. He gets along best with really boring normal people who are willing to play Go with him and talk about art or ethics. He is perhaps just a little bit pretentious about these things.
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  • Lucas Abernathy is good to talk art with. At the same time, he's not overly threatening.
  • Yuki Hayashibara is a good Go partner, and she'll talk about the things that interest me. Triplets, though...
Misty Browder is a girl who holds more or less conservative/alt right views, with a few exceptions (she doesn't have any beef with homo/bisexuality and she's into witchcraft). She plays badminton and gets on well with other conservative kids. When it comes to those not on her wavelength, she takes a certain glee in winding them up and giving them grief. Looking for friends, people Misty has antagonized, exes, maybe some hobby/religion buddies.
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I'm probably gonna add two one more characters here, but right now it is what it is. I mentioned a guy called Shane back in the concepts thread and maybe he'll still be in V7 but also maybe not with how i'm thinking right now, so he's not here yet. As always, I plan to leave at least one character home and may kill my whole cast first post in a fit of pique, so don't pick me for any absolutely 100% required island role or you'll be disappointed.
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Mr. Danya
Joined: February 22nd, 2013, 1:59 am

October 23rd, 2017, 11:27 pm #2

wrote:Denton, New Jersey,
Alton is a gangster confirmed.
"Art enriches the community, Steve, no less than a pulsing fire hose, or a fireman beating down a blazing door. So what if we're drawing a nude man? So what if all we ever draw is a nude man, or the same nude man over and over in all sorts of provocative positions? Context, not content! Process, not subject! Don't be so gauche, Steve, it's beneath you."
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V5:
G063 Natali Greer was just unlucky.
B047 Marcus Leung lost his way. (Adopted from Solomir.)

V6:
B001 Min-jae Parker is locked away.
B021 Crist?bal Morales let his guard down.
G017 Raina Rose got washed away.
G003 Bridgette Sommerfeld got a shock. (Adopted from Aloha.)
G029 Georgia Lee Day went home. (Adopted from frogue.)
Nathan Lovegrove was left behind.

V7 Pregame:
Myles Roux is considering his options.
Dolores Upton is exploring the past.
Andy Silverman is balling out.
Siyanda Nagi is on the run.
Mercy Ames is passing judgment.
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CrossbowPig
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Joined: June 28th, 2016, 7:37 pm

October 23rd, 2017, 11:48 pm #3

Violet's willing to listen to Phillip when it comes to music, even when she has the sudden realization of "oh um jeez he's talking about ICP unironically play it cool Violet PLAY IT COOL." She might also find herself laughing at his jokes from time to time. Lucas probably stays the heck away from Phillip, just because the whole clown thing weirds him out. Max actively looks down on Phillip for professing at once to be a Christian and to be so unapologetic in his affinity for profane clown rap.

Despite Juliette's outwardly demeanor of being helpful and kind to all, Lucas' paranoia leads him to believe that she's faking the act, and he likely strays away from her whenever possible. Max doesn't have any dreams of running for a student body position himself, but likely can name five people he'd rather see in the role of class president than Juliette (all depending on her political views though I'm guessing she's not quite right-wing enough to satisfy Max). Violet likes Juliette, and has a willing ear to listen to anything Juliette might have to say. After all, who is there to help those who dedicate themselves to helping others?

Max looks down on Alton for his mother having stumbled into wealth rather than having worked to earn it. The institution of the lottery is not one that he finds very appealing. Lucas may or may not associate with Alton, depending on his interests and hobbies. If he strays too far to the mainstream popular, then consider Lucas turned away. Violet is interested in Alton for a currently unspecified reason, but keeps this a secret.

While Max looks down on Juliette for not being the best fit for the position she runs for, and on Alton for not having earned his status financially, he finds no issue on either front with Lavender and thinks favorably of her for these reasons. Maybe he sees an opening for planting the ideas of conservatism in her mind when it comes to guns, eh? He treats her with kindness. Lucas and Violet are fairly uninterested here, though Violet finds Lavender slightly interesting simply because of her name.
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- Violet Schmidt: "Well, sure, I guess I can try and help with that. Ever read Corpus Hermetica? It'll make understanding this easier." Memory-1, Facebook, Pregame-1, Pregame-2, Pregame-3

- Lucas Diaz: "I'd apologize, but I don't want to dig things up all over again, y'know?" Memory-1, Facebook, Pregame-1, Pregame-2

- Max Rudolph: "What the people need is a common banner under which to unite. It might not be what you want, but the fact of the matter is..." Facebook, Pregame-1, Pregame-2

- Liberty "Bert" Wren: "At eight? Let me see if that fits into my schedule. Been real busy lately." Facebook, Pregame-1
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/ - G051: Lili Williams: "Stop..." Memory-1, Pregame-1, Island-1, Island-2, Island-3, Island-4, Island-5, Island-6, Island-7, Island-8, Island-9, Island-10, Island-11, Island-12, Island-13, Island-14, Island-15, Island-16, Island-17, Island-18, Island-19.

/ - B043: Arthur Bernstein: "I...I'll...I'll..." Memory-1, Meanwhile-2, Island-1, Island-2, Island-3, Island-4, Island-5, Island-6, Island-7, Meanwhile-1
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- insert of lucky br8k!!!!!!!!
- insert of O.B. - white kid who is involved in politics and has divorced rich parents and issues with feeling emotions
- self-styled detective
- normie
- lou reed doing a gay voice
- insert of F.G.D. - black kid who wears a pizza hat and plays trumpet
- cute thing
- Darl from As I Lay Dying
- insert of A.B. my dorkass little brother who fancies himself a linguist and gets on my nerves
- good lives make bad stories
- insert of N.T. another floutist because I havent done one of those already
- hillbilly
- someone who doesnt "have a good time making allies" as an advantage
- pine barrens monster from the family that has a ghost butler
- David Foster Wallace
- furry
- myself again
- insert of K.D. a pianist and if you thought bert was smol, hohohohoho
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Mr. Danya
Joined: February 22nd, 2013, 1:59 am

October 23rd, 2017, 11:54 pm #4

Right, so off the top of my head, I think both Astor and Mercy would know Lavender; Astor's brother is on the student council and he's interested in activism himself, and Mercy is on the cheer squad. If Phillip is involved in the writing club, he and Mercy would have crossed paths but she'd be a little weirded out by the juggalo thing.
"Art enriches the community, Steve, no less than a pulsing fire hose, or a fireman beating down a blazing door. So what if we're drawing a nude man? So what if all we ever draw is a nude man, or the same nude man over and over in all sorts of provocative positions? Context, not content! Process, not subject! Don't be so gauche, Steve, it's beneath you."
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V5:
G063 Natali Greer was just unlucky.
B047 Marcus Leung lost his way. (Adopted from Solomir.)

V6:
B001 Min-jae Parker is locked away.
B021 Crist?bal Morales let his guard down.
G017 Raina Rose got washed away.
G003 Bridgette Sommerfeld got a shock. (Adopted from Aloha.)
G029 Georgia Lee Day went home. (Adopted from frogue.)
Nathan Lovegrove was left behind.

V7 Pregame:
Myles Roux is considering his options.
Dolores Upton is exploring the past.
Andy Silverman is balling out.
Siyanda Nagi is on the run.
Mercy Ames is passing judgment.
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Somersault
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Joined: October 1st, 2015, 10:44 am

October 24th, 2017, 12:33 am #5

Mmm, Keisha would probably trail Juliette if she's trying to cover the student council elections, so yeah that might be a thing. Kelly might support Juliette inner aspirations as Kelly's also super helpful and stuff, and Janie may see her as competition, even if they're not both running for the same thing.

Adele and Alton are both largely chill people, so maybe they could get along?

Keisha and Lavender are both politically active cheerleaders, so maybe they could be friends?
here's my v7 planning thread or whatever
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Keisha Higgins-Bell - "Sorry, but am I interrupting something?" - Q.U.E.E.N. - Janelle Monae and Erykah Badu
Memories: President - Misery
Pregame: Talmbout - Time
Keisha by Mimi!
Keisha by Ryuki!
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Kelly Nguyen: "Finding the weather nice?" - Up We Go - LIGHTS
Memories:
Pregame: Universe
Kelly by Mimi!
Kelly by Ryuki!
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Adele Jones: "Bitch, yes!" - Good As Hell - Lizzo
Adele by Mimi!
Adele by Ryuki!
Memories:
Pregame: Chartreuself
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Abaynesh Dula: Go away, I'm reading about the Cold War. - Cooking something up. - Raise Your Glass - P!nk
Janie Lyons: I'm the responsible one. Totally. - Keeping it under control. - Cry Me Out - Pixie Lott
[color=33d8568]Cleo Braithwaite[/color]: Fuckboi I know that's not my name in your mouth, or it's comin' back out with some teeth. - Planning her path. - Werkin Girls- Angel Haze
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Seema Desai - Striving for success. - "Planning is perfection, and I have many plans."
Melanie Washington - Hoping for happiness. - "Like, don't you think that's the whole point of acting? Getting people involved?
Lavender Lal - Aiming for attention. - "I'm not just her twin."
Sade Kagale - Bracing for burden. - "So, have tennis practice at 4, babysitting at 7, pick up my brother at 10? I can totally do that."
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Keisha by Ryuki!
Kelly by Ryuki!
Abaynesh by Ryuki!
Adele by Ryuki!
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Candice Banks never had time. ((Given to Muninn!))
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MurderWeasel
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Joined: February 18th, 2009, 7:01 am

October 24th, 2017, 1:43 am #6

Also I'm totally gonna use this thread to post profile drafts to keep myself accountable and such. Feel free to read 'em or not. Everything's subject to change until staff approve it. This may be first drafty or I may submit it verbatim come apps. It'll be a surprise!
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Name: Juliette Sargent
Gender: Female
Age: 18
Grade: Senior
School: George Hunter High School
Hobbies and Interests: Student Council, Politics, Academics, Reading, Classical Music

Appearance: Juliette Sargent is a girl of about average height and weight, standing 5'4" and weighing 130 lbs. She is Caucasian and has a somewhat pale complexion, often highlighted with understated makeup. Her build is fairly normal; she's not horribly unfit, but is also no athlete. Juliette's face is round, and her dark brown eyes are wide. Her nose is a little bit long, and has a slight bump in the middle, which Juliette hates. Her lips are thin. She plucks her eyebrows carefully, keeping them narrow and shaped, and takes meticulous care of her straight, auburn hair; she most often wears it in a high ponytail reaching the base of her neck. Her ears are pierced once apiece in the lobes, and she tends to wear thin gold hoop earrings or simple studs. She keeps her nails slightly long and painted, typically in pale colors.

Juliette dresses conservatively without edging too far into uncommon formality; she prefers skirts over pants and favors long-sleeved blouses. She has a wide range of footwear, from flats to tennis shoes to heels to sandals, and also accessorizes with jewelry and handbags. On the day of the abduction, Juliette was wearing a simple white long-sleeved blouse, a grey pencil skirt reaching just below her knees, a fairly plain silver necklace, silver stud earrings, and black shoes with a slight heel to them. She paired this with a grey and black pleather handbag.

Biography: Juliette was born on November 29, 1998. Her parents, Darrel and Amelia Sargent, were comfortably in Chattanooga's middle class, with Darrel working an office job and Amelia serving as a secretary, though she resigned from this position after Amelia's birth and spent the next five years as a stay-at-home mom. Both sets of grandparents also lived in Chattanooga at this period, and frequently visited to lend a hand.

Juliette was a happy and well-adjusted child, bright and social and energetic, and entered kindergarten with much success. She made friends easily and breezed through her assignments, winning praise from her parents and teachers. She'd frequently spend time at friends' houses, and though she was a member of the popular group, she was never unkind to those outside her circle; her parents had instilled in her a strong sense of right and wrong, and emphasized the importance of self control.

Things changed in the middle of Juliette's third grade year. Darrel learned, through innocent conversations with the neighbors, that Amelia had been having a man over while alone, and further investigation resulted in the revelation of an involved affair that had at this point lasted over a year. Amelia claimed that she'd felt lost with Juliette in school so much, and had turned to infidelity to fill the void. While this did not convince Darrel to stay with her, it did make its way to Juliette, who internalized herself as the cause of her parents' split. As the divorce progressed, Juliette became withdrawn, temperamental, and prone to meanness at school, her grades plummeting all the while.

This sudden change in Juliette drew the attention of school staff, and a number of conferences were called. When the dust had settled, nine months after the discovery of Amelia's cheating, the couple was no longer speaking to each other unless mandated. Amelia maintained primary custody of Juliette, with Darrel entitled to her on weekends; Darrel, however, moved out of state to pursue a promotion within six months, and would visit Juliette once or twice a year thereafter, though he has always kept in good contact with her through phone calls multiple times a week. Juliette was in therapy, learning to seek healthier outlets for her emotions and receiving reassurance that she was not to blame for the dissolution of her parents' marriage.

While Juliette eventually came to accept that she had not been at fault, this was not the positive experience that might have been expected. Juliette came to understand that she'd held little power to affect the outcome of the relationship at any stage, and this lack of agency terrified her—better, she thought, to have made a mistake she could fix than to have been swept along helplessly by forces entirely outside her control. With the help of her therapist, Juliette came to understand how important choice and agency were to her, and used this knowledge to help turn things around at school. Not doing her work was a choice, and her declining grades were the consequence of that choice. Lashing out at others was also a choice.

By the time Juliette entered middle school, she had pulled herself together to some extent. Her grades were back up, she was back in the good graces of most of her friends, and her home life had stabilized. Amelia was wracked with guilt over Juliette's troubles and her own infidelity, and she took special care to pay attention to Juliette's emotional needs; she similarly ensured that Juliette always had access to her father and paternal grandparents. At the same time, she did not hold any positive feelings towards Darrel, who she viewed as having been excessively punishing and whose distance and nearly-obsessive focus on work she blamed as one of the primary reasons for her affair. Amelia's relationship with Juliette was positive for the most part, but Juliette always held a little resentment for her mother, who she now blamed for tearing their family apart.

Juliette became a voracious reader during middle school, a trait she maintains to this day. This was partially to help with her academics (Juliette learns best by reading, and is scrupulous with her textbooks even when she pays attention and takes notes throughout a lesson) and partially out of enjoyment for the escape offered by fiction, an escape which she can approach on her own terms and can abandon at any point if it makes her uncomfortable. Juliette prefers literary fiction, as she has an easier time relating to it than more fantastical stories.

During middle school, Juliette's mother dated a number of men, something that was somewhat hard on Juliette due to the absence of her father. Juliette reacted to her mother's boyfriends with some measure of belligerence, but finally a man named Charles Marin breached her defenses and befriended her, marrying Amelia shortly before Juliette's eighth grade graduation. Charles had two children of his own from a previous marriage, a son a year older than Juliette named Greg and a daughter three years younger than Juliette named Kylie. While Greg and Kylie spent most of their time with their mother, they crossed paths with Juliette enough for her to get to know them fairly well; while she and Greg were more or less indifferent towards each other, she became something of a mentor figure to Kylie, helping her stepsister with school projects and providing advice about life issues and social situations.

This remarriage improved the financial situation of Juliette's family dramatically, as Charles was well-paid engineer and Amelia had otherwise been subsisting on her own moderate salary, child support from Darrel, and occasional assistance from her parents. This opened up new opportunities for Juliette, who began to take much better care of her appearance. Charles was a huge fan of classical music, and while Juliette had enjoyed it in her brushes with it in the past, she threw herself at it as an opportunity to bond with her stepfather. This worked out well; Amelia had little interest in it, so sometimes Charles would take Juliette with him to symphonies. Juliette enjoys the combination of passion and formality represented by classical music, as well as the spirit of cooperation required to perform pieces.

Upon starting at George Hunter High School, Juliette stumbled into Student Council, at first from curiosity, but soon because she found it to be a fascinating look into aspects of the school invisible to many students. While the power of the council is somewhat limited, it still dictates things like dance themes and school policies, and Juliette found herself passionate about these subjects. Juliette's passion, however, is more for being involved in the discussions and the decision-making process; she's very open to compromise and deal-making, so long as she has a say in the final decision.

This interest in Student Council has brought with it a fascination in politics on a larger scale, and Juliette has become highly interested in the political situation of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and the United States as a whole. Indeed, she has found some measure of purpose and long-term goal in this, hoping to one day win office. To this end, she decided to run for Senior Class President, and has been actively campaigning since the beginning of the school year (though is careful not to be too aggressive about this; she knows that a successful politician needs to be visible to their constituency without alienating them).

Juliette is an academic high-achiever; on the rare occasion her grade in a class drops below an A, even in the short term, she frets terribly. She's best at classes that let her express herself in words, with English her overall favorite, though she does not struggle too much even with math and science classes, so long as she's given sufficient time to pour over her textbooks. Juliette especially hates gym class, and stalled on her mandatory gym credits until senior year; she feels like she's bad at it and finds participation undignified but puts forth some effort anyways for the sake of her GPA.

One night in the summer of Juliette's junior year, Charles came home from work drunk and admitted to a one-time fling with a coworker. Amelia flew into a rage and threw him out of the house, and the pair has been separated since, though not divorced; there have been periodic moments of warming and seeming reconciliation, but these have not been lasting. This state of affairs is incredibly hard on Juliette, bringing back a lot of the trauma she considered herself past from her parents' divorce. With her greater age and maturity, Juliette has managed to keep hold of herself and avoid any relapses into negative behavior: her grades are great, her social life is strong, and she's found general success in her hobbies. At the same time, her stress has been mounting and she's had a number of private breakdowns. Juliette has not yet returned to therapy, but has been considering broaching the subject. She's stymied in this in part by a personal sense of pride (she views herself as more mature and beyond the need for assistance) and in part due to a complicated situation with those who would need to pay for such an undertaking.

Juliette's relationships with her mother and stepfather have been rocky since Charles' admission. Juliette swings between hating Charles and feeling deeply betrayed by him and desperately wanting him back in her life on a more permanent basis. She still sees him fairly often, even when Amelia isn't speaking to him, but there's an awkwardness and distance between them now that only dissipates in any notable way when they're listening to music. Juliette is mostly on her mother's side in the whole situation, but thinks her mother is being unreasonable about everything—after all, Amelia conducted a far more extensive affair, so why should one drunken mistake destroy the happiness they'd finally rebuilt? Juliette also hates that her mother will temporarily seem to be restoring normalcy with Charles only to then decide things are moving too fast or that she's not over the infidelity after all; this unstable nature takes a toll on Juliette and makes her feel helpless, something she counteracts by maintaining relations with Charles independent of his situation with her mother. Juliette has little to do with Greg, but still acts as a mentor to Kylie, who started at George Hunter this year. Juliette has gone way out of her way to minimize the disruption of her relationship with her stepsister, who she views as the one stable element of her family situation and who she wants to shield as much as she can from the fallout.

Probably the most unambiguously positive parental relationship Juliette has is with Darrel. While he now lives in New York City, he still calls Juliette regularly and is always willing to hear her out and support her. Juliette is planning to stay with him for at least half the summer following her graduation, and has applied to a number of universities both in Tennessee and in New York, mulling the possibility of living closer to her father.

Around school, Juliette is well-liked and enjoys a good reputation. She's smart and talkative, but also makes an active effort to be helpful to others and to cheer up those in need, as she views these actions as important to the type of person she likes to present herself as and as good habits to cultivate for her future ambitions. She can get pretty competitive if directly challenged in any capacity where both sides can't win, but aside from this is pretty relaxed. Her friends are scattered throughout social groups, though she naturally skews a little more towards the popular/mainstream crowd. Juliette has a particular affection for other members of the Student Council, even those she sometimes clashes with, viewing them as the other students committed enough to delve behind the veil.

Juliette has dated a number of boys with varying degrees of seriousness, though has some fairly major anxieties and hang-ups regarding relationships due to her parents' situation. She also realized during middle school that she's bisexual, but has not shared this with anyone or explored it in any material way. While Juliette's own parental figures are all largely apolitical and she suspects they would be accepting, she's concerned about the reactions of others in her community and is also concerned about the potential implications for her ambitions. As such, while she's not totally happy about it, she's more or less content to present herself as straight. She also keeps her troubled family situation largely under wraps, seeking always to portray herself in the best possible light.

Advantages: Juliette is popular among her class and able to navigate social situations with ease. While by no means perfect with her coping strategies, she is well aware of her own processes and has given them more thought than the average student.
Disadvantages: Personal agency is a huge bugbear for Juliette and an attack on hers of the sort represented by SOTF will be even more traumatizing to her than normal due to her baggage. She's under a lot of stress even aside from the game due to her home life, as well as her exacting standards for herself, and has had several breakdowns wholly unrelated to the game.
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October 24th, 2017, 3:16 am #7

Philip: Ned also might be someone he could get along with. Ned probably would have heard Insane Clown Posse and thought they sounded good, though he wouldn't a big fan. Zach probably would call ICP's music crappy, and by extension, Philip's taste in music crappy.

Juliette: Yuki could make a good study/reading buddy for her. They could listen to classical music while they did.

Alton: Ned could show him his favorite anime if he's interested. Also, Zach could either see him as a potential target for his pranks or an accomplice.
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October 24th, 2017, 4:46 am #8

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TOBEN NOOOOOOOOOOO

I CAN FEEL THE V2 MADNESS SPREADING THROUGH MY BRAIN AAAAAAAAAAAH



dudewheresmyweed TOBEN U EEL kermit only waned to feel normal .... was that to much to ask?
"Kermit you are the guy in the horror movie that finds a book bound in human skin and decides to read out loud what is inside for fun" - some mean lady named Ruggahissy
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Sadly kermit looked at a mariavel. It was so sad... such a sad mariavel... like him... he only waned a normal life... was that too much to ask? was it?
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October 24th, 2017, 6:56 am #9

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Name: Lavender Ripley
Gender: Female
Age: 18
Grade: Senior
School: George Hunter High School
Hobbies and Interests: Social Justice, Law, Anti-Bullying, Student Council, Cheer, Marksmanship

Appearance: Lavender is a tall, lithe young woman, standing 5'9" and weighing roughly 145 lbs. Her build makes evident her fitness and exercise regime. Her face is narrow and long, but her tendency to give full, genuine smiles prevents her from appearing dour. Lavender's teeth are bright and straight, and her lips are somewhat thin. Her nose is long but narrow, and her dark brown eyes are wide. Lavender's hair is dark brown and curly, and she keeps it short, at no more than a couple inches in length. Her complexion and posture are both good, and she moves with purpose and awareness. Lavender is mixed-race; her father is Caucasian with some distant Native American ancestry, and her mother's heritage is African-American on her father's side and Cuban on her mother's. Lavender's skin tone is lighter than her mother's, but notably darker than her father's.

Lavender is conscious of her fashion and is comfortable in a variety of styles. On a normal day she may be content in jeans and a well-fitted t-shirt, but when planning to go out with friends she'll vary things up and accessorize, dressing up or down as appropriate. On game days, she'll wear her uniform as part of spirit activities. She keeps her nails long enough for fashion but short enough for practicality, and often paints them to match her outfits. Her ears are pierced one apiece in the lobes. On the day of the abduction, Lavender was wearing tight jeans, a long-sleeved button-down shirt, and a black vest, as well as black flats, sunglasses, half a dozen simple silver bangles on her left wrist, and dangling gold earrings.

Biography: Lavender was born on Halloween, 1999, to parents Hannibal and Simone Ripley, both lawyers. The couple's status and careers allowed them to raise their only child well and in comfort, despite the lack of nearby extended family; Simone's parents live in Louisiana, and Hannibal's mother lives in Delaware, his father having passed away a year before Lavender's birth. Lavender was named to match the stress patterns claimed by Aleister Crowley to be most like to lead to fame (a dactyl succeeded by a spondee), the same as her father, who changed his own name from Mark at the start of law school.

Growing up, Lavender spent a good portion of her time being traded between various nannies, babysitters, enrichment programs, and families of friends, but her parents were always an active and constant presence in her life. They saw to it that Lavender was provided for and offered the opportunities that their position afforded, but also took care not to spoil her; as soon as she was old enough, she was given an allowance contingent upon the completion of certain household chores.

All of this instilled in Lavender a quiet confidence, which saw her through pre-and-elementary school well. She found little need for the validation of other students, making friends more from a series of shared interests and compatible demeanors than any loneliness. Academically, she also excelled, though this was to a large degree due to the assistance of her parents and later a number of private tutors. Lavender mostly spent her time outside school playing with friends or being ushered through a vast range of enrichment activities, with gymnastics being the one she found most enjoyable.

As the child of a mixed-race couple, Lavender did encounter a certain amount of prejudice, even from a young age. Her parents did their best to shield her from the brunt of this and to explain to her all that she did encounter. Lavender became very distressed by the idea that others could judge her based on factors beyond her control, and quickly latched onto stories about civil rights leaders, protestors, and others who challenge the unfair status quo. She also came to idolize her father who became entangled in a number of legal cases revolving around discrimination in schools, finding success more often than not. An issue this close to home made his work real in a very immediate way to Lavender, and she began to turn a more critical eye on her own school. This led to a series of brushes with other students and teachers, before she finally learned where the line of acceptable behavior lay and got a better handle on when it was worthwhile to cross it. Lavender was encouraged by her father in these pursuits, though he was always careful to impress upon her that even those who hold reprehensible ideas are human.

Lavender's interests and ideals held strong through middle school, where she also branched out somewhat. She took an interest in cheerleading, in part due to a general perception that she was in some fashion opposed to the school. By actively showing school spirit, Lavender hoped to prove that noting could be further from the truth; she pushed against the school's rules and regulations at times due to a deep belief that it could be a better place. Cheerleading was a natural jump from her earlier explorations of gymnastics, and it also dialed Lavender into a popular social sphere. This, combined with her pleasant nature and academic success, allowed her to easily integrate with her squad members and soon she found that from this position of power it was easier to express her ideals to her peers; if athletes respected her, they'd be much more likely to pay attention if she chided them for problematic language.

Lavender at the same time became increasingly aware of the ways in which popular students could pick on others, and was quite distressed by this. She took it upon herself to intervene where she could, even if in so doing she drew the ire of some of her friends. Eventually, this led to most of those she cared about accepting her and playing nice, at least while she was around; Lavender had some trouble grappling with the awareness that some of her friends were not such great people when she wasn't around to hold them accountable, and felt guilty for a time, but eventually rationalized the situation to herself by noting that she was leading by example and that those around her would surely be worse were she not trying to work on them. All the same, she got involved with anti-bullying groups, in both middle and high school, and attempts to draw others in when possible; she views this as both a way to spread a genuinely good message and a way to constantly reaffirm her ideals and prevent herself from engaging in hypocrisy.

Entering high school was a further positive move for Lavender, carrying as it did further opportunities and responsibilities. She quickly got involved in the Student Council, partially from a desire to leverage what influence she could to see that George Hunter High School remains a safe environment, and partially as a microcosm for government in the wider world. Lavender is fascinated by laws and the legal system, and has something of a precocious understanding thereof; while her father is her main touchstone on social issues, her mother is very keen to help Lavender find success and is always willing to discuss particulars of the legal profession.

One hobby slightly at odds with Lavender's otherwise-progressive leanings is her enjoyment of shooting. This stems from her father; Hannibal grew up around guns and let Lavender tag along to the shooting range near the end of middle school. At first, Lavender was mostly interested as another way to get closer to her father, but she found that she enjoyed the activity in its own right. Her father taught her to treat firearms with respect and instilled in her a very healthy understanding of the rules of gun safety. She has practiced on rifles, shotguns, and handguns of various makes, and is a serviceable though not exceptional shot. Her gun experience has also led her to a more nuanced and broad understanding of politics; most of her political allies would not see eye to eye with her on her staunch defense of the Second Amendment.

In school, Lavender remains a strong student. She tends to get As in the bulk of her classes, though if the occasional B slips in she doesn't panic, just seeks to do better in the future. Lavender's favorite classes are classes that grapple with social issues or rules; she enjoys history, physics, and math. English is a mixed bag for her; she cares a lot about language, but can become frustrated with the amount of focus given to fictional stories with focuses she considers trivial. Lavender can happily delve into a book with an important lesson, but struggles to see the relevance of Jane Austen to modern society. In class, Lavender tends to contribute frequently and enthusiastically, and she gets along well with most of her teachers. If, however, something offends her sensibilities, she'll absolutely make it an issue, and this has led to certain teachers and the administration treating her with a certain measure of caution; her father's history of successful litigation is no secret.

Outside of class, Lavender is friendly but somewhat reserved until she really warms up to someone. She brings little of the enthusiasm and projection of her cheerleading to conversations with all but her closest friends, instead usually content to take a backseat and add quietly. Lavender listens very carefully to others, and always does her best to give genuine consideration to all but the most hateful opposing points of views, which has earned her a reputation as someone good to talk to. At the same time, if something or someone really does offend her morals, she'll take a stand and absolutely refuse to back down. Her quietness stems from confidence, not a lack thereof, and she is not overly concerned with the handful of enemies this has earned her.

Lavender has dated a number of boys—while she's strictly heterosexual herself, she's an ally to LGBTQ students and views their struggle as just another side of the overall civil rights movement. The relationships of Lavender's that have failed have done so mostly due to incompatibilities discovered over the course of dating, but she tries to stay on good terms with her exes and isn't the type to hold a grudge so long as she's not mistreated or insulted.

Lavender's relationships with her parents are good. She is in many ways closer to her father, but has more in common with her mother. Hannibal is boisterous, outgoing, always getting involved in something new. He's keen to share his interests with Lavender and involve her wherever he can, and his interests align closely with hers, but he's sometimes not sure what to make of her quieter nature. Simone, on the other hand, can also be a very quiet individual. While Hannibal is the one whose career centers more around civil rights, Simone is the parent with far greater personal experience with the subject, and this creates a certain unique connection and understanding with Lavender. While they don't spend as much time directly together as she and her father, Lavender is more prone to come to her mother when she's upset or hurt or really needs support.

Lavender works one day a week answering calls and helping out with unskilled office work at her father's practice—an extension of the childhood chores she had, and one for which she is paid fairly generously. Lavender owns a somewhat old car, and is usually willing to shuttle her friends around, especially to and from parties; Lavender rarely drinks and does not partake in drugs herself, which makes her a popular designated driver, especially since she does enjoy and participate in parties. Lavender hopes to ultimately follow her parents into law, and has applied to several colleges with a pre-law focus; she's still trying to decide where she's going to go, as she's received multiple acceptance letters.

Advantages: Lavender has actual firearm training and experience over a long period of time. She's also smart, social, and fit, leaving her well prepared to navigate a number of potential hurdles in the game.
Disadvantages: Lavender has a reputation among certain elements of the student body as a spoilsport, tattletale, or worse—students who don't hew vaguely to her political line are likely to have pretty negative ideas about her or bad past experiences. Furthermore, Lavender's sense of morality and personal responsibility is highly developed, to the point where she's very unlikely to turn away from somebody in need, even if intervening represents a major personal risk.
Will reply to comments posted thus far in another post soon! Will try to get stuff for the other two (plus the other two mysterious individuals) soon.
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October 25th, 2017, 2:35 am #10

@CBP: Most of that sounds good to me! I'll hit you up on Lucas/Alton once Alton's a little firmer in my mind. Lavender may be a bit too liberal for Max given a lot of her stances, though she'd be willing to have legit talks with him about that stuff as long as he didn't say anything super insensitive.

@Backslash: That all sounds great to me. Phillip would love to tell Mercy about how her misconceptions about clowns are blinding her to a force of positivity in the world.

@Somersault: Mostly sounds good! I actually think Juliette might be interested in getting Janie in her corner if possible; they're both kind of moderate and it's good to have someone on your side who's not looking to unseat you.

@Ryuki: Good stuff! I think where Alton would land with regards to Zach would probably vary case by case and depending on his own whim.
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October 25th, 2017, 11:40 pm #11

Phillip: Abe thinks he's hilarious (not in the nicest way) and would probably poke fun of clown-town on a frequentish basis, but also loves taking silly things very seriously so he'd be willing to talk sincerely (or at least as sincere as he ever gets) about ICP with him. Outside of that I think they'd get along decently well?

Juliette: Abe doesn't understand why anyone gives a shit about class president; and while he doesn't go out of his way to antagonize her he'd be very dismissive if she tried campaigning around him.

Alton: Abe likes chill dudes, Abe doesn't mind people pushing boundaries. They'd be bros.

Lavender: Alexander really admires her ambition and drive - maybe they're dating in the past/present, too? I think they'd mesh really well.

((EDIT BECAUSE I FUCKED UP: alex isn't available in the present, but I'd still be down for them dating at some point.))

Chris would totally be civil rights buddies with her.
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Cass Prince: HUMAN 001, armed with a MOP. "It's all falling apart, isn't it? We're unravelling."
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Daniel Whitten: BOY 074, armed with an INDIANA JONES REPLICA WHIP. "Oh, hey, sorry. Didn't think there was anyone else-" Died early.
Alice Gilman: GIRL 064, armed with a ROTATO. "Just... Just wanted you to drop the gun. Thought you were gonna shoot." Died stupidly.
Michael Mitchellson:BOY 019, armed with a FUCKING AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN. Died a failure.

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October 25th, 2017, 11:46 pm #12

Phillip: Asante might throw out the odd compliment or two when he sees him dressing up wildly, out of respect if nothing else.

Juliette/Lavender: Since they're both in the Student Council, it makes sense fro them to know Yuri. I think she might be more familiar with Juliette more on a personal basis just because she's a more relaxed kind of person, and they both aim pretty high for certain positions in the student council (Yuri wants to be treasurer). She'd duck if she sees Lavender getting into her political opinions - not out of disagreement, but for comfort - and would actually respect her for openly progressive attitude and otherwise quiet nature, even if she feels Lavender seems a bit zealous at times. I'm not sure how'd they feel about her friendly gambling/bookkeeping hobbies, but it might be worth bringing up.
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October 26th, 2017, 7:30 am #13

(pushes ur kids in a room w/ my kids) Make Friends

Phillip: ivy thinks he's a freak, naturally, but like, not an important enough freak to pay attention to. i think him and artem could be friends? ICP is real far from his music tastes but he's an open-minded dude and they're in book club together so they'd at least know each other. idk if they'd ever interact but if they ever did i think dante and nia would get along with him fine, dante's infinitely chill and nia enjoys spending time around people who're into stuff she doesn't know about. she'd totally be down for listening to phillip's analyses.

Juliette: dante has hit on her at some point because he's himself. ivy i think it would depend wholly on how juliette acts toward her? they could be amicable, or ivy could find her really insufferable. they'd probs know each other either way, though, ivy's kinda hard to avoid.

Alton: dante is the Chillest Dude and would totally get along w/ alton. axel might too, depending on whether alton's down w/ the party scene. for some reason i'm imagining that ivy outwardly kinda turns up her nose as alton's new money but kinda thinks he's real cute and is kinda mad about it

Lavender: (motions vaguely at dante again) welcome to cheer squad, you are stuck w/ ivy for eternity. ivy and mercy don't get on and i get the sense she wouldn't get along with lavender either. i imagine ian'd be at least familiar with her, what with football players and cheerleaders and all.
"Well, Fenris, the King of Gossip. We meet again."
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Apollonia "Nia" Karahalios - Drawing.
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Axel Fontaine - Totally surrounded.
Then: [x] [x] Now: [x] [x] [x] [x]
Artem Fyodorov - Looking for a story.
Zen Alicea Feliciano - Hanging out with squirrels!
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Moira Bellamy - Looking for help.
Rory Wrona - Looking for some quiet.
Salvador "Sal" Mendoza - Looking for an argument.
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October 27th, 2017, 4:24 am #14

@Boogie: All sounds good. I'd be down for Lavender being an ex. Maybe she likes Depeche Mode now (funnily enough I've been pretty into A Broken Frame lately so I can sound not totally stupid about it). She'd probably still be on good terms with him unless he's a jerk about breakups.

@Un: Phillip would dig the compliments and while he's not huge on DBZ he recognizes a certain kindred nature in weird fandoms. Also sounds good with Yuri, and Alton would perhaps like to talk with her a bit about gambling. All else sounds good.

@Fenris: Stuff looks overall good. Phillip would love to talk to Nia if she listens. Did you know that Miracles is a pretty straightforward message about approaching life with positivity and appreciating the little things?

Juliette would try for a decent relationship with Ivy--she doesn't really like fighting people pointlessly and besides, it's good to know folks who are dialed in.

Alton's totally down with parties and guitarists are pretty sweet. And Ivy can have a smile even if she's chilly.
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Malloon
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October 28th, 2017, 4:08 pm #15

Joey's the one that's going to prevent Juliette becoming class president. And he's on the student council too. He'd probably like her enough to view her as a friendly rival during times where elections aren't an issue, but when that time comes he'll fight tooth and nail for the position. He'd make it clear that it's nothing personal, though, and would act in her favour if it doesn't disadvantage him, just to cultivate the, ahem, mutual understanding that's so important between politicians.

But that's all on the inside. On the outside he's charming, courteous, helpful and quick-witted. Or that's how he tries to present himself, which mostly works, though it's up to you if she can see through him.

Lavender would know him too, of course, from the student council. And he'd know her, but he knows most anybody to varying degrees.
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Chloe Bruges [ - ] - You'll find her doing math.
Joseph "Joey" Quintero - You'll find him writing speaches.
Keith Rogers - You'll find him out with his gang.
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