“Do not pray for an easy life, pray for the strength to endure a difficult one.”
Issac Auden≡ FC: Matthew Gray-Gubler ≡ 35 ≡ Millbrook ≡ Transfigurations Professor ≡ Animagus
Life has always been a wondrous thing to the curious Isaac Auden. He finds it fascinating how so many people, in so many places, at so many times, can all have their own story. Their own memories and emotions. The young wizard grew up as any other Muggle would have, with his own problems, his own dreams, and most definitely his own doubts. Isaac’s interests had never been the same as the rest of his athletic siblings. He had preferred the arts as a child, and would often find himself unwittingly performing and practicing with the only thing his parents could tell set him apart; his magic. While it was clear he had no intentions of ever taking part in physically exhausting activities, the alternative was his natural ability to integrate his knowledge and expertise into hobbies and varying talents. Isaac was, unfortunately, born second to last of four, as the only boy. His sisters all had their own specialties in various sports, while Isaac himself knew nothing concerning them. Despite their differences, the siblings were all bonded under two of the most loving parents that could exist. It wasn’t until Isaac received word from Branneth, however, that his parents really did take him into account. They didn’t want to spend time with their son. They wanted to see what his abilities could do for him.
Isaac’s parents took advantage of what they could, when they could, and as much as they could. Though they seemed to be involved in the welfare of others, of their children, the only thing that they truly cared about was themselves. Their daughters could not see this. Their stories had been so smoothly written that it was impossible to tell real life from fiction with them. Isaac never had the luxury. His roads were bumpy and curvy, and he honestly wouldn’t have liked it any other way.
Branneth was his escape. Finding out that there were so many more possibilities beyond his own barriers, realizing that there was more to everything, offered him a refuge. His curiosity about life only grew with every new thing he learned about the magic world. Though he expected the new school to be easy, a child’s dreams were almost always nothing more when he stuck out as much as he did. Not only was he a Muggleborn child with no knowledge of what most of the other students grew up with, but he was also not the most socially adept.
He managed to get over his disadvantages when he connected with the Transfigurations teacher of the time. In his first year, as a first year, he was incredibly good at the class, and thought of it to be a safe haven among wreckage. The professor managed to convince him to branch out, and with that small push, Isaac made friends who shared similar interests. Though he was never the center of the group, he was well loved and incorporated. One of these students, though far younger, made quite the impression on him. A young Jackson Keats, the first year when Isaac was a Freshman in college, who held the same curiosity in his eyes that Isaac had at the young age. They were friends through Jackson’s older siblings, though Isaac took the young student in as a sibling of his own. Jackson was the first to make Isaac feel as though he weren’t the most dispensable person in the school, and this is because the young boy looked up to his older schoolmate.
Isaac never ventured very far from Branneth. After graduating he returned home, to Williamsburg, Virginia, for a few years to spend time with the sisters he had so rarely seen. ( Even with school breaks, they were all busy with their own things. ) He spent two years back in the Muggle world before realizing that he had no longer had a place in it. At the age of thirty, he returned to Branneth to apply for the position of Transfigurations professor. Though he keeps his manners and enjoys making friends, it is still as hard for him today as it had been for him as a kid. It is a constant worry for him, whether or not he’s really making an impression in the school as much as his past professors had.
Link Wilson: When Link first arrived at Branneth he felt like an outsider, a new professor in a huge castle with no knowledge of the school’s culture. He met Isaac in the teacher’s lounge, and while it took some time for Link to open up the two became friends as Isaac showed him the ins and outs of the school.
Jason Ivory: After asking a few too many questions about Jason’s position at the school, Jason snapped at Issac for asking things that could be seen as simple in his own eyes. Since then Jason has underestimated the professor and rolls his eyes at any of the questions that he may have, leading him to someone else for them to answer. Now their interactions are strained and awkward as Isaac tries to figure out why Jason doesn’t like him.
Thomas O’SheaOne night while Isaac was flying around the grounds in his animagus form, he came across a stray bat that was flying what appeared to be strange paths around the castle. He followed quietly behind, only to watch the bat land and slowly turn back into one of his own students. He transformed back himself and confronted Thomas, but decided not to turn him in for being unregistered, much to the student’s relief. Neither of the men have told anyone else about their encounter.
Bio: Jackson is the Harper Avery’s grandson, and he shirks the legacy that comes with that title. He was always the pretty one in his family and felt nothing was expected from him—he learned to push himself to become a surgeon. His mother, Catherine Avery, is a celebrated urologist who most recently began dating Richard Webber, much to Jackson’s dismay.
Shelton “Snafu” Hudson ◦ Ghost ◦ Died March 1, 1943
Born and bred in the Louisiana Shelton was always a peculiar young man. He was interested in books, and music rather than chasing girls like the other boys his age. His parents used to call him an old soul when they’d find him sitting in front of the radio, listening to classical music and writing in his journal. When the war begin unlike many of his friends, including his own brother hesitated to enlist, but not Shelton. If his first week of boot camp his fellow Marines gave him his nickname “Snafu” and that’s what he had people called him until the day he died. In January of 1943 Snafu, and the rest of his company were stationed and fighting on the western fronts of the Pacific Island of Guadalcanal. Shelton received several injuries on the front line of the fight, and was transported back home to receive the help he needed.
Arriving to the make-shift Belfry Hospital in Buffalo, New York Shelton was falling victim to his wounds. He had been protecting a friend of his when he was shot several times in the arms, and the chest. Sadly, during the surgery to remove the bullets from his body Shelton died on the operating table. Shelton wasn’t the only solider that had died this way, and with all the wounded coming in and out of Belfry the Doctors quickly moved to the next solider. Shelton’s body was sent home to his parents, who buried him in the local cemetery. His tombstone read “Hero”.
For reasons unknown a few days after his death Shelton found himself waking up in the attic of Belfry, fully aware that he was in fact a ghost. He soon found the others that lingered there, and quickly befriended the other fallen soldiers. In his afterlife Shelton still has lingering regret that he didn’t get to live his life like he’d hoped to, but he knows he died fighting a noble fight - and that was something to be proud of. He can often be found reading, or writing in some of the quieter places in Belfry. He is known to have quite the attitude though, and he takes some time to get used to. Once you’ve gotten to know him, he’s said to be the most interesting guys around. That is if you like weird guys from New Orleans.
On the day the bombs dropped, Amos was only a small child, having only his mother who was already terminally ill. They weren’t exactly the most prepared, or lucky duo to be on the ground when it all began. The odds were stacked very highly against them, and even his mother knew they stood no chance at surviving together. She was dying one way or another, and her time wasn’t going to last long, so she was quick to place Amos in the safety of his uncles arms. Her younger brother, capable and trained, he promised to keep the young boy safe. That was how Amos’ life began, on the road with his mask on, and his uncle by his side. Finding Jezebel during their travels, they could finally put roots down, make a home for themselves. But as Amos grew up and he learnt the truth about his past, his heart grew colder towards people, the skills his uncle had taunt him for defense against roamers, quickly becoming a release. Though Amos’ uncle was against his decision to become a hunter, there was no stopping the young man once he was set on something.
Amos almost spent more time outside of Jezebel than he did inside, finding no need for conversation or friendships, he enjoys his time alone. It gives him time to think, to clear his mind, to release anything that needs to go, so he can carry on in life. He has had a few close encounters during his time, as he was sure all hunters had, but he somehow always made it out the other side having learnt from the experience. Though if you ever asked him why he went through it everyday, he wouldn’t be able to give you a straight answer. The warfare had never taken anything personally from him, he didn’t have a infected family member or, deep seeded hate for the roamers that couldn’t get fixed. Maybe he just liked the adventure, the freedom, the isolation. But because of his stand-offish personality, Amos had no desire to join a career inside the walls, to help anyway that hadn’t yet helped him. Though his empathy had grown thin, the world outside showing him some cruel things as he’s gone by, he still manages to talk to people, if they don’t mind his reticent and abrasive tenancies.
Inside the walls, apart from his uncle, he would say his closest companion is the bartender at the local tavern, somewhere he commonly went when curfew was in place. He enjoyed the drunken banter over actual conversation he might find himself stuck in, out in the nicer places around the city. It’s also a good place to hide away from the watchful eye of the military and police, as Amos is known to stir up some trouble occasionally. With his distaste for the curfew and several other rules that the city has in place, he’s smart enough to keep out of any punishable trouble though, given the few experiences when he found himself down at the station being questioned.
Officer William Koenig || Human || Ryan Kelley || Taken
What you need to know:
Officer Koenig is the police officer that always seems to show up right in the middle of Mercy Falls’ problems. Kind-hearted and wanting to help in any way he can, he can’t help but seem like a bit of a pushover when it comes to being a cop. It’s up to the player whether or not he knows about the werewolves.
Sam: Close friends Tom: Doesn‘t like him very much Angie: Likes a lot
“Introduce a little anarchy. Upset the established order, and everything becomes chaos. I’m an agent of chaos. Oh, and you know the thing about chaos? It’s fair.”
Aidan Havenwind ≡ FC: Drew Roy ≡ 22 ≡ Awosting ≡ Member of the Brotherhood≡ Open
Born the only son to a distinguished pureblood family, Aidan comes from what they call “old money.” Extremely privileged as a child, Aidan grew to have an attitude to match. All through his school years, he saw himself as better than those of lesser blood, and tried to prove it by being the best at everything. Held to extremely high standards from his parents, Aidan was reprimanded and sometimes punished if he got a bad grade or performed poorly in Quidditch. Aidan never saw this is as something wrong, though, it simply pushed him to be better, and his achievements only added to his sense of entitlement. His sister Portia, one year younger than him, was held to the same expectations, but she handled the pressure with grace while Aidan pushed himself.
The year Aidan turned sixteen, his father was arrested by aurors without warning. They had been investigating him for some time, and he had finally been caught embezzling from government agencies and bribing high profile political figures to swing votes and actions. Aidan’s world was crushed, everything he knew and loved seemed to shatter around him. Angry and bitter, and still thinking his father could do no wrong, Aidan blamed the government for catching him. The family lost a good deal of their money, it being confiscated for being obtained illegally. Aidan and his family lost their standing with the pureblood community, and his mother and sister had to take up a jobs as a seamstresses in Everton Lake outside of the school. Aidan was made to work during the summers for the first time in his life, tending to the owls at the Post Office being the only thing he could find. Young and impressionable, Aidan took to lashing out violently. He picked fights at school, vandalized property around the town, doing everything he could to cause damage to other people’s lives. It made him feel better, but he didn’t realize the toll it was taking on his own mental well being and that of his mother.
That was when potions professor Bryan Whiteridge reached out to him. Bryan took him into his care while Aidan was at school, channeling his anger into spells and duelling practice and teaching him that there are other, more subtle ways of getting what he wants. Once Aidan was of age, Bryan told the young man of his true intentions in creating a new generation of the Brotherhood of the Forgotten, and he wanted Aidan at his side. Aidan accepted gladly, wanting nothing more than to help take down the government that destroyed his family’s life, and he did whatever his new father figure needed of him. After a few years under Bryan’s tutelage, Aidan has become colder and more calculating than that boy who just liked to destroy things. Sometimes Aidan can get a little too ambitious with their plots, and needs to be reminded to be patient until the time is right.
Tristan and Thomas O’Shea: Tristan and Thomas see Aidan as a someone of the same mind. Although older than them, they look up to Aidan as someone who thinks the same way as them and great company to be around, along with a willing mind to cause some trouble. They aren’t aware, however, of Aidan’s true intentions set by Bryan to recruit them and other students.
Oliver Smith: With his privileged upbringing, Aidan was taught that Muggleborns are less worthy of their magic. This led to him bullying those students at a young age, especially shy Oliver. It got worse when Oliver became a better Quidditch player, and it’s a rivalry that Aidan hasn’t let go of as they’ve gotten older.
Teagan Ironwing: Aidan finds Teagan beautiful and intriguing, especially now that she has denounced her family’s trade and is becoming more social. They’ve struck up a flirtatious back-and-forth, and Aidan hopes to use her desire to spread her wings as a way to recruit her into the Brotherhood. The fact that he knows Oliver likes her is just icing on the cake.
Roman Blackwell: Roman finds an interest in the man, seeing as they have a common interest in meddling where they shouldn’t, but doesn’t know about Aidan’s involvement with the Brotherhood of the Forgotten and the fact that Aidan intends to try and recruit him into the same organization that killed his family.
Louis Weasley || Ravenclaw || 4th Year || FC: Callan McAuliffe || Open
DOB: March 12, 2008
Blood Status: Half-Blood (1/8 Veela)
Parents: Bill & Fleur Weasley (neé Delacour)
Siblings: Victoire Weasley & Dominique Weasley
Mirror of Erised:
(The admins have a preferred ship for Louis, however, he has not been named yet, therefore he is not included in this section.)
Up to player.
Louis is the youngest child and only son of Bill and Fleur Weasley (neé Delacour). He has two older sisters, Victoire and Dominique.
He began attending Hogwarts in 2019, alongside cousins, Hugo Weasley and Lily Potter, and is currently in his fourth year.
Much like the rest of his family, Louis is well known throughout Hogwarts. Recognition is guaranteed given that he is a Weasley and is well known due to being one of the current, known male veelas and in turn. However, his reasons for being in the student eye are very different from the rest of his cousins’. What truly sets him apart from the rest of the Weasleys is his veela charm, as well as his positive personality, and well known obsession with cats.
Unlike is quarrelling sisters, Louis can be considered rather calm and collected for a Weasley, though he is far from that. Louis is hyper, positive, and always appears to be happy. Like his cousin Lily, he is the human epitome of a huge ray of sunshine. It’s never a dull, nor a sad moment when Louis Weasley is around. He can lighten up the worse of days for anyone. Many call him the definition of optimism and the description is certainly fitting for the boy who never stops smiling. It seems as he is always skipping from one hallway to another in delight, spreading his contagious, happy personality wherever he goes. There are quite a few reasons for Louis’ never ending positivity, among them being the fact that he doesn’t like seeing people sad. Negative emotions are emotionally draining for him and he prefers a comfortable atmosphere over a tense one. However, the main reason Louis is so positive all of the time is because he thinks arguing of any kind is toxic due to his sisters’ own constant fighting. He often plays the role of Hogwarts’ peacemaker due to this. In his perfect, unrealistic utopia, there would be no fighting whatsoever, especially not between his sisters
Like his mother and older sister, Victoire; generally, Louis is extremely well behaved. He takes after Victoire and their mother in this sense, as he is every bit as polite as they are. However, due to hanging around his cousins, Fred and James, and sister, Dominique, Louis has also developed a bad pranking habit. He doesn’t turn away when an opportunity for stirring up some kind of trouble, or mischief, presents itself. Louis hasn’t been known as one to ever turn away from a chance to make some trouble for someone, potentially someone that he isn’t very fond of. His tendency for stirring up trouble has landed him in some sticky situations with the professors, but being a natural charmer, Louis has always managed to get out of said situations without earning himself a detention. No one knows how he does it and he says nothing but “veela swag” when asked about it.
He is awfully naive for his age and acts extremely oblivious to most things that his classmates tend to like. Louis cringes at the mention of sexual intercourse and has never made a sexual joke in his life. He claims that Hogwarts is there for education and not a breeding nest for tiny human beings. He likes to keep his mind as innocent as possible, though this is hard growing up around people who are obviously far more educated than he is on such subjects. His lack of knowledge on the subject earns him a great amount of teasing from most. Many call him strange because while boys his age are getting into all sorts of trouble, Louis is brushing his cat’s fur with Lily, or humming muggle tunes. Like his paternal grandfather, Arthur, Louis is also quite fond of muggle things. He has a strong love for muggle music of all genres to the point where Bill bought him a guitar for his thirteenth birthday. He especially loves to “serenade” his family with the muggle song, “Pocketfull of Sunshine”, much to most of their distaste. Its something he sings nearly all day and night and his love for it is obsessive to the point where it annoys those around him. He also has a well known obsession with cats, to the point where he is an obvious advocate for cat rights, which is one of the many things that his peers consider to be strange about him. However, he doesn’t allow their opinion to affect him and continues to fight for the rights of his furry friends.
Because he is one-eight Veela, people have naturally been attracted to Louis and always will be. Girls come to him like moths to a flame, pretty much throwing themselves at his feet, however, Louis has never actually accepted any of them and has turned many of them down. He still continues to do this every time a girl makes her affections known to him. This puzzled both him and those around him for the longest time. People wondered why he preferred to stay single when he had so many admirers at such a young age. The answer was quite clear, though. Louis Weasley is attracted to the same gender. Louis always knew he appreciated his own gender much more than many others felt was normal. When he was younger he had many thoughts, such as “he’s amazing.“ As he was grew older these thoughts quickly changed from that, to “he’s so attractive,” “I wonder what it would be like to kiss him.” Louis is becoming more and more scared as he becomes more aware of these thoughts. He feels insecure, more than he ever has before. He knows people will begin to treat him differently once they find out that he prefers the same gender when it comes to relationships. He has kept his sexuality to himself up until now, wishing he could speak to his parents or sisters about it, however, the fear of how they will treat him once the cat is out of the bad further exceeds the relief he’ll feel once they know. Although he hasn’t told anyone but one person yet, Scorpius Malfoy uses “gay” as an insult towards him, which makes him feel a little insecure each time the word is said in a negative way.
Bill, Fleur, Victoire, and Dominique:
Louis has always had a great relationship with both of his parents, something he’s quite proud of. After the arrival of two girls, Bill hoped for a little boy to come along and complete their family and was overjoyed when Louis arrived. While the boy didn’t grow up to be who his father thought he would be, it hasn’t affected the sheer amount of love the two have for eachother. Louis has been red-faced and mortified on more than one occassion when his mother decided to rain kisses all over his face in public. He adores his mother, Louis just wishes she’d stop treating him as if he’s still a baby whom she could break at any moment.
Louis is deeply saddened by the disintegrating relationship between his beloved older sisters. He would love nothing more than the two fixing their differences so they could all enjoy a harmonious relationship that he sees his cousins experience. When the two girls happen to come to blows - he has long since stopped trying to be peace-keeper between them - Louis tends to steer clear and avoid them until the worst of the storm has passed. Separately, he has a great relationship with both sisters. He likes that he can go to Dominique and have a fun, light-hearted and exciting time but then leave and hang out with Victoire who he knows he can count on for serious, heartfelt advice and conversations.
It was at the beginning of the summer when Louis sent an owl to Edwin Finch-Fletchley, one of the few boys at Hogwarts who is “out of the closet.“ It was Edwin in whom he confined his new-found sexuality to. It was Edwin who he told about his fears of not being accepted by his family or friends any longer. It was Edwin who comforted him and encouraged him to come out at his own pace and told him that if they didn’t accept him, they weren’t worth it. He told Louis that he shouldn’t be afraid of who he is and ever since, Edwin has become a mentor and brother of sorts to Louis. He is Louis’ go-to guy for everything. Over the months the two have developed a close friendship and an unbreakable bond, as Edwin knows what its like to be the kid who feels like he won’t be accepted. The two had barely acknowledged one another prior to the whole “Louis is gay” situation, but since they began speaking, they have realized that they have more in common with one another than just their sexuality.
Lily Potter & Hugo Weasley:
The two cousins Louis is the closest to are Lily and Hugo. They are his best friends and closest family after his parents and sisters. While Hugo is very much of cunning mastermind, Lily and Louis are the two oddballs. Like Hugo, Lily is very innocent and can be reduced to vomiting at the mention of sexual intercourse. Unlike Hugo and the rest of the students in their year, rather than crashing some party held by seventh years, Louis and Lily would much rather be in their dorms, brushing their cats’ furs. Hugo mostly stands by with an amused expression, watching the cat brushing and talk about how “icky” coitus is unfold. The three are known throughout Hogwarts as ‘The Bronze Trio’, and much like the original Golden Trio, trouble always seems to follow them.
Other Notable Relationships:
Eric Kwan: Eric defended Louis against a homophobic attack at the beginning of the year and ever since, Louis has held a certain fondness for the Gryffindor.
Molly Weasley: Molly is the cousin that Louis is closest to due to the fact that she is always willing to lend both ears to listen to him. He has been contemplating confiding in her.
Name: Montgomery “Monty” Simmons Pronouns: He/Him Gender: Male Orientation: Bisexual Age: 28 Career: Police Commissioner Immune: Yes, and known
Pros: Moralistic, Eminent, Comedic
Cons: Stubborn, Confrontational, Selfless
Monty has always grown up close around the area Jezebel would become born but before the devastation, he had a relatively normal childhood; and it’s one he’ll grow fond of over the years before his childhood innocence ended too soon, it stopped the very second the bombs made their first land. He was safe, for a while, in the home his parents owned. They decided to wait it out, they believed that somehow the destruction to society was only temporary but it hadn’t been, and they learn very quickly how to protect themselves from scavengers to roamers all around them looking for someone to attack. Monty felt angered as a child, a little confused and terrified, but definitely angry – about what? He didn’t know. He just knew that when he saw the blood of innocent people even when his parents tried to protect him it, even when he could hear the blood-curdling screams of another claimed victim, it just upset him. He wanted to protect them, everyone. It was an ambitious goal for a child, one he seemed destined to hold onto. When he’s ten years of age, he and his parents both reach Jezebel while it was in its early stages but that was good enough for them – it was sanctuary and safety, it would become a resting stop for them so that they would no longer have to run. During the city’s construction, Monty’s parents help build Jezebel as volunteers – starting small with buildings and eventually moving to the dome; during this time, Monty met a younger girl just a year younger than him though she was quiet and kept mainly to herself, their initial meeting is the very foundation of what would become a long friendship, even into adulthood. He talked to her mostly while she listened, he vented to her his frustrations even as they got older – he would always tell her how he hated it, knowing that there were others out there, outside of Jezebel, that probably would never reach it but for their sake, he hoped for them. He’d pray to any and every hypothetical god he could for their safe arrival. However, those that did make it, alerted Monty of another and very real danger of reality: their volatile behavior. If they turned or did something spontaneous, what would happen to everyone in the city? He often worried about that, about the safety of others around him. He thought of his parents then he thought of that strange girl he befriended named Alexa. His need for their safety motivated him, gave him a reason to become the protection he wanted to see.
But something arose, a twist in his life came. He was fourteen when it happened: when his entire world turned upside down and he thought his life would surely end the very moment the external port sealed shut as he ran towards it with all his might. There was a fence between him and the roamers, that much he was sure of, but he was still exposed to the air without any kind of mask to protect him. He screams, bangs on the port, all of which undoubtedly draws the roamers’ attention to him but he keeps persisting. He’s convinced himself that he’s going to die anyway, so why is he trying? Why doesn’t he just step beyond the 12-foot fence and welcome a painful death rather than a slow and agonizing one? Because it had come down to one simple principle: he had to believe, he couldn’t give up, he wouldn’t let himself give up. So, he doesn’t. He keeps banging and screaming even when his throat had gone hoarse and his hands became numb and almost bloody; and just as he’s about to hit one more closed fist against the thick port, it lets out a hiss and it opens, revealing a squad of masked military individuals. His heart stops for a second as does his breathing and he’s for sure this time that if the roamer’s weren’t the fate of his death, then this surely would be but instead, he’s pulled inside, given a verbal warning and he’s observed – monitored, closely, for two weeks. He tells them he didn’t do it intentionally, he had gotten beaten up at school and somehow – without anyway of knowing how they did it – a group of kids from his school had forced him outside; those that listened to him – doctors and officers, mostly – wrote down what he said, kept it for their notes. Otherwise, nothing happened to him. He waits for it, he expects it, but none of the symptoms of turning into a roamer happened; instead, he experienced a different kind of pain, one that had him unsure of what year it was and who he even was, if he was really alive still. He comes to find out that he is immune. But vaguely, and very groggily, during those two weeks he can remember someone visiting him – a brunette haired girl, quiet as could be, she would sit with him though he was quarantined for observation. And she would watch him, expose herself to the dangers of a harsher reality outside of the one she knows inside of the dome. Monty remembers Alexa visiting him. When he’s released, sent back home to his worried parents, Monty remembers her first words to him: “I’m glad you’re okay,” from there, they actually start to become friends.
By the time Monty is eighteen years old, he joins the police training program and very quickly masters every skill they presented to him. He graduates top of his class and goes on to become a police officer; many question why he doesn’t go into the military instead, mainly his parents who have known him his entire life, but Monty tells them that he has a duty. A duty to protect everyone inside the dome from the threats that could come inside; while he’s hopeful that that day will never come, he also knows – from what Alexa tells him – that something bad could still happen, and all he wants to do is just protect people. He wants to prevent them from becoming victims, he wants to prevent people from being put into a position like he was: forced to survive or give up. As a result of a good workmanship, a few years later, he is rewarded and appointed Police Commissioner by Eris Alexander; Monty was extremely proud and had even gone out the night after to celebrate, going to the Little Death to have a few drinks and get a feel good vibe going in his body. From there on, life has been nothing but good to Monty and he hopes for it to stay that way but a part of him expects that something in the future may go bad. And as prepared as he likes to think he is, something tells him not a moment before could ever prepare him for what’s to come. The worst he fears is that his confrontational nature – inspired by a dormant anger he has blocked out as a child – will transcend into physical aggression, and that is something he wants to avoid. He doesn’t want to hurt anyone, not physically, not at all. He only wants to protect people, but eventually someday, the dormant anger will be something he’ll have difficulty controlling.
Alexa “Alex” Capello –
Having appointed Alexa his Deputy Commissioner, Monty has known Alexa ever since he was ten and she was nine. Prior to working together as officers and then becoming the two highest ranked officials in the entire department, one of their more remembered moments was the day Monty was let out of quarantine at the age of fourteen and Alexa spoke her first words to him: “I’m glad you’re okay,” she is known for being quiet and kept to herself, even while Monty ranted and raved to her, but that marked as an important start to their long-lasting friendship. And because they have worked together for so long – on top of knowing each other prior to becoming officers – they also trust and confide to each other the most as not everyone will understand their police humour and platonic history.
Because of their close bond, Alexa has told Monty about Tobias.
Monty is the only one who knows of Alexa’s life before she got to Jezebel, she’s only confessed to him about it and she feels better with him knowing.
Eris Alexander – Monty only knows Eris very minimally. He doesn’t socialize with her very much aside from work-related things like keeping her up to date with what’s going on inside of Jezebel that the military aren’t involved in. He is also responsible for keeping her up to date on those that are believed to be infected with Roamer’s Disease – be it, they are immune or have contracted Roamer-like symptoms. If they are infected, Monty is responsible for their exilement by alerting the military.
Tobias Alexander – Monty will talk to Eris’ second-in-command if she is not available and give him any needed updates. Because of Alexa, Monty is aware of Tobias’ destructive habits towards other Jezebelians and while Monty believes that what he is doing is putting residents as risk, Monty has yet to make a move to either expose Tobias or find some way of removing him from the department. There is an unspoken tension between Monty and Tobias, a kind of rivalry of: “Threaten to expose me and I will end your life.” Tobias would rather keep Eris out of the know for he is unsure how she’ll react; Monty, however, feels like it’s his obligated duty as Police Commissioner to tell Eris about Tobias’ true nature but he has yet to do so and he is unsure when he will. A physical fight of some kind is expected from the pair sometime in the future as a result of high tensions.
Victor Baranova || Wolf || FC: Tyler Posey || Taken
What you need to know:
A new member of the Boundary Wood pack. Previously the drummer of NARKOTIKA, he volunteered to be bitten but tends to have a harder time coping with being a wolf, often times changing back and forth rapidly. He’s a loyal friend to Cole, and despite his own drug and party loving habits, he still has a friendly nature.
Angie: Younger sister but aren‘t very close as they used to be Mackenzie: Best friends and have a strong bond Derek: Cares a lot about him but it‘s very complicated a the
“What’s the point of being clever if you can’t prove it? I’d do anything–anything at all–to stop being bored.”
Thomas O’Shea ≡ FC: Sam Underwood ≡ 18 ≡ Wallkill ≡ Closed
The only children to their halfblood parents who spent a long time trying to have children, the O’Shea twins were spoiled by their Muggle mother because she was so happy to have them, and allowed them to get away with anything. When their magic manifested, the boys became even more mischievous and often got in trouble while attending Muggle school. However the teachers were never able to prove just how they were doing their hijinks. Their wizard father tried to discipline them more and more harshly, which led to heated disagreements with their mother. She was always charmed by the magic her boys were able to produce, and she always took their side over her husband’s. This gave Tristan and Thomas a disdain for authority at a young age, and a yearning to do whatever it was they wanted. Once attending Branneth, they had to be more clever than around Muggles in order to get away with things, but every so often they were caught. Both are mischievous and cunning, and more loyal to each other than to anyone else, even their own House. They will often come up with ways to pit other Houses against each other and start rivalries for their amusement.
Thomas is the more level-headed of the twins, and he often has to talk his brother out of schemes that are too big or would get them into too much trouble. He is very fun loving, and easily makes friends with students of any House. Thomas is the brains of the operation, and he is the one who figures out how to make their ideas work. He is always willing to sneak into the restricted section of the library to find out safe ways to work spells, so that they don’t endanger themselves or others. Because of this, Thomas does better in school than his brother, as he is more of a natural reader and researcher. Over the summer break, he was even able to figure out how to become an animagus, turning into a bat for the first time. He was hoping this skill would help them get away with pranks easier. However, when they went to try it out, Tristan was not able to perform the spell and so was caught defacing public property while Thomas got away. Though Tristan brushed the incident off as no big deal, Thomas feels guilty about escaping and has not used the skill since that night. Now in their final high school year, for the first time Thomas is looking to the future. He wants to attend college when the time comes, though he is unsure of a field of study. Thomas knows his brother’s ambitions lie outside of the confines of school though, and Thomas struggles with the idea of being separated from him to continue his studies in a year’s time.
Adora Branneth: Tristan and Thomas have been friends with Adora for a long while, until she cut away the clique of friends when someone that they had all been mutual friends with accidentally killed another student. She had decided to get away from the chaos that usually came with the friends she had at the time, but Tristan and Thomas had found a friendship in her that they weren’t ready to let go of and continue to pursue her friendship.
Aidan Havenwind: Tristan and Thomas see Aidan as a someone of the same mind. He’s a peer who thinks the same way as them and great company to be around, along with a willing mind to cause some trouble. They aren’t yet aware of just how far Aidan’s love of anarchy goes.
Rustin Kisor: Thomas sees Rustin as one of the reasons he’s sane, in the rare moments that he needs to be away from his brother or would prefer the soft touch of the intellectual. When Thomas seeks out a conversation that requires more of a tactical light he goes and finds Rutin to blow off some steam with someone whose brain finds pleasure in scholarly activities. Rustin usually won’t fight it, enjoying the banter and thought that goes into the friendship.
Bryan Whiteridge: At first, the twins were intimidated by their House’s head but quickly learned that he was a good resource to have. It didn’t take them long to realize that the man was their favorite teacher because he cut them slack on more than one occasion.
“Of course I was at practice last week. I wouldn’t miss it for anything."
Aiden Evans was a rambunctious child. From the day he was born, he was definitely a ball of energy. At any given moment, he could be found jumping off the banisters onto couches or even from the garage to the trampoline. Little Aiden wasn’t a stranger to broken bones or the local emergency rooms. Clay believed that he needed an outlet for his hyperactivity, so he pushed him into the world of sports at an early age. Although Aiden excelled in basketball, his energy level still stayed the same eventually impacting his school work. As a precaution, his parents ordered some tests on Aiden, and he was diagnosed with ADHD while he was in junior high.
Aiden was extremely embarrassed about his new diagnosis. In fact, the only people who knew about his ADHD was his family and, eventually, his best friend, Davis Baker. Aiden was determined to be well liked despite his disorder, so he quickly morphed into the class clown. He was willing to do anything for a laugh. Being popular and funny became much more important to Aiden than keeping his grades up. He hung out with the right crowd, attended the best parties, and dated the prettiest girls.
Throughout high school, he continued to play basketball. He was quickly named a starter on the varsity team and assisted the Ravens to some huge wins. It was common knowledge that if he kept his grades up, he could write his own ticket to college with a basketball scholarship. However, by the start of his junior year, Aiden was tired of the game. Not wanting to disappoint his father by quitting the game that he so desperately loved, Aiden started slacking. He started by missing easy shots and then he began to miss practices. He could be found hanging out near Tric, smoking with some of his friends, during basketball practices. However, Aiden doesn’t want his father to find out, so he attends just enough of the practices to maintain his spot on the team.
Overall, Aiden’s a pretty good guy. He’s the life of the party and very well liked. He’s extremely close to his brother, Logan. He doesn’t want to be defined by his ADHD, so he works every day to make sure that no one outside his family and Davis finds out about his disorder. He loves his father, but he burned out on basketball. He doesn’t know what his next move is, but he seriously doesn’t think a career in basketball is in the cards for him.
Child of Clay Evans and Quinn (James) Evans
Brother of Logan Evans
Closest Friends: Davis Baker, Shane Kirby
Enemies: Caitlin Taylor, Jude Baker, Charlie O'Dell
Thayer is one of those guys who you’d see getting yelled at by a teacher, and you’d say to yourself he probably deserved it. Coming from a troubled home Thayer would lash out on his classmates starting at an early age, and from then on he was known as the bully. On the inside Thayer was quite damaged, and he was being worn thin by the daily abuse he was receiving at home. Thayer’s mom passed at an early age, leaving him and his older brother alone with their dad. Their dad had drinking problems too, problems that led him to abuse him youngest son while his older son helped. All the abuse was too much for Thayer.
Thayer was attending school when he had his mental breakdown. He threw things from his desk, knocking over the chair and desk itself in the process. He was throwing a fit, and the school officers had to calm him down while he wore handcuffs and explained his actions. Thayer was put into child protective care, and his father and brother were both sentenced to a minimal of ten years. By this time Thayer had already suffered severe mental damage, and when his temporary foster parents found him while he was trying to hang himself they took action. They had him admitted to Belfry until Doctors permitted him no longer a danger to himself.
That was three years ago, and here he still is. Thayer has become a long term patient at Belfry, where he attends his daily therapy and group sessions. Still suffering from paralyzing depression Thayer has made several attempts to find something that eases his suffering. He found a liking for music, and was given a guitar from the music room to use for his own pleasure. He often sits in his room, strumming the strings until his fingers are raw. It takes him away to this place, this comforting place.For now he’s content with living, but things change often with him. Nobody really knows what a new day brings for poor Thayer.