MissCapnCrunch and DystopyanKing have been removed from the active roster due to inactivity. The characters will be worked out in the next scene transition and should be considered NPCs for the time being.
Yeah, I'd like to carry on regardless.
However it only has been one day offline so not quite jump the gun before it's even been loaded.
Richard Baantjer & Mélanie Tréville
Atlantic Federation | Valois Republic
▼ R I C H A R D
► DOB - 07/22/1914
► Height - 6'0"
► Weight - 169 LBS
► Hair Colour - Blonde
► Eye Colour - Brown
► Classification - Sniper
► Rank - Sergeant
► Sexuality - Heterosexual
▼ M E L A N I E
► DOB - 11/03/1916
► Height - 5'4"
► Weight - 116 LBS
► Hair Colour - Ginger
► Eye Colour - Blue
► Classification - Combat Medic
► Rank - Private
► Sexuality - Heterosexual
|D E T A I L E D A P P E A R A N C E|
Richard and Mélanie look a lot like their individual parents.
Standing above his peers, Richard looks the spitting image of Carel Baantjer, a tall man with a full head of dirty blonde hair. Always with a smile on his face, Richard serves as a welcoming presence on whatever fireteam he is assigned to or leading, which proves as a stark difference to his oldest friend and adopted sister. Mélanie’s hair is fire-red, reflecting upon her mother’s Edinburgh origins, and unlike her adopted brother the appearance of a smile is not one that brings assurance but rather concern. When Mélanie Tréville smiles—run. Either you’re in imminent danger, or someone else is.
These stark differences do not end and begin at Richard and Mélanie’s aura and hair colors, however. Being young, vivacious, and impulsive has afforded Mélanie a rather liberal style and sense, refusing to adopt traditional attire and depictions unless it is required of her. Her hair is often unkempt and her bangs roughly cut; her hair may be long but it is rarely seen outside of two, short tails on each side of her head. She is more at home in simple soldier attire then she is in arduous dresses and feminine ribbons. Richard, conversely is rather conservative with a preference toward long sleeves and the appearance of a perfect officer and soldier at all times. His hair is laboriously combed and primped, he has fair complexion, and prefers not to adorn himself with jewelry beyond a pocketwatch that once belonged to his birth father.
One could summarize the two as polar opposites, one wild and temperamental and the other poised and friendly.
“I don’t think anyone is ever going to want to get married to you if you keep acting like this.”
“Shut up, moron! Stop saying stupid things! I don’t want to get married, anyway!”
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Charles Jonathan King
February 2nd | 18 | Caucasian
Single | ♂ | Aromantic Hetereosexual
High School (Senior) | Student
• Height | 5’10”
• Weight | 168 LBS
• Build | Athletic
• Hair Color | Black
• Eye Color | Brown
//Every Day Carry:
• Item | Description
| A p p e a r a n c e D e t a i l s |
By all appearances Charles is the overachieving, clean-cut perfect student. His clothing choices have always been tailored to perfection and he’s never been one to be seen in anything beyond that measure.
But it’s all a façade. A trick of the mind, permeated by domineering parents and overbearing tutors. Before arriving on The Promise, all that Charles ever knew was to present himself as the family and the corporation needed him to, never risking endangering their perfect reputation. He has gotten used to it. But having some actual agency has allowed Charles to change some things up here and there despite the psychological impact on his being from a young age. He’s grown out a beard, a straggly mess he had kept under the blade of a razor since he was fifteen-years-old. His hair, while short, is rarely over-combed or over-cut. He cares enough about himself to appear as he wants to, but is still subconscious enough about his parents to never doubt the conservative attire that he's worn basically his entire life. Tanktops are too revealing. Hoodies are too casual. Flannel is tacky. He has reservations about wearing hats. Denim is itchy. The list of nitpicks permeates his appearance as it does his personality.
But the public perception of Charles is neutral in part due to his perceived notion of charm, though he understands that some find him unapproachable for the same reasons others don’t. He permeates an aura compounded with his meta-biology that makes people nervous. He’s good at giving a fake smile, ingenuine as it is, though some people can see the lack of sincerity and earnestness from a mile away. He’s not sure what to think. He’s still trying to figure out what “genuine” is.
Perhaps The Promise is the best place to help him to do just that.