prompt: “you’re a gardener with a nice ass that i can’t stop staring at and one day you caught me looking at you bent over and fuck that’s embarrassing but then suddenly you started wearing tighter pants dear holy lord”
Lance looks fantastic. The way the white shirt is rolled up halfway on his arms and his vest snugly fits his torso gets Keith feeling certain off-limits thoughts. Even his hair is styled differently, neatly parted and gelled. He looks incredible. Keith can’t do anything to look away. Turning his eyes down gives him a view of those slim hips and-
“Keith! Are you just going to leave your mullet out like that?”
(Alternately, Lance is a sad space boy and Keith is space boy in love)
Xavier Samuels is the troubled. He is seventeen years old, and is the most challenging junior. Xavier looks a lot like Daniel Sharman and he is an taken role.
“I don’t give a damn ‘bout my bad reputation. You’re living in the past it’s a new generation”
+ Intelligent, Loyal, Outspoken.
- Sarcastic, Violent, Cynical
Xavier had always been the kid from the wrong side of town, the side your parents warned you about going near. The side that had the bad reputation and covered tv news stations all the time. However Xavier didn’t always live up to his area’s reputation, yes he knew how to a steal cars, win in a fist fight. He’d learnt how to smoke and do drugs and he even ended up in court on several occasions by the time he was thirteen but he also knew how to use him brain to get the best out of a situation. Xavier unlike the rest of his family realized the only way of his current lifestyle was do the best he could in school, being a straight A student in spite of his lifestyle.
However his smart and quick mind didn’t stop there. Xavier found himself scamming the people around him often tricking them out of their money, just so he could put food on the table when his parents didn’t step up. The problem with him though is he doesn’t know how to stop living the life he was born into or could he risk it. Although his tough guy act isn’t easy to see pass, Xavier tried to hide the hardships and struggles he faced on a daily basis. He didn’t want to appear weak and he certainly couldn’t loose focus of getting himself out of that kind of life. Xavier was never the type of guy to show any positive feelings always hiding them under a mask of ignorance.
Growing up on the wrong side of the tracks was never easy, with a depressed mother and a crack addict and alcoholic father who wasn’t afraid of hitting his kid, Xavier didn’t have the best start in life living in the rough side of town. Yes his family had made the move from England to America when Xavier had been 10, but it didn’t mean he got any better of a life, in fact it got worse. His mother had gone from a normal women to one who had seen better days, she started shutting herself away moping in the dark when she should have been taking care of her son. And Xavier’s father was no better, he was hardly ever at home and when he was he was angry. His father would rather smoke a joint or drink a beer than pay attention to his son..
Xavier learnt from a young age that he would have to work hard in order to escape the hell he had called his parents and family. He had been the one going to school during the day and working long hours in the evenings and nights, to earn money and put food on the table and take care of himself He’d been sixteen when it had all changed though, having came home to find his mother staring into space a letter in her hands. The government had decided that with his straight A grades and a chance to redeem his behaviour they had decided that Barlow Academy would be the best place for him. So Xavier continue to work hard away from the bad influences around him.
Is friends with Nash Caldwell as they both have things in common giving them common ground to stand on.
Summary: A family. Love. A forever home. What did all three things have in common? Keith never had any. He was almost 17 now and being sent to live with his very long distance, um, cousin named Kevin who happens to live by the ocean. Keith never liked the ocean. With all the mystery it holds, he finds it rather ominous. He doesn’t realize that just as the ocean can be terrifying, it can also be beautiful.
Maddox Turner is nineteen years old and a Balcoin Warlock. He’s portrayed by Hunter Parrish and is currently TAKEN.
Charismatic and intelligent, if there was one thing he inherited from his father was his ability to charm those around him. After living in Chance Harbor for a year, he’s certainly made himself at home.
Does not trust Cassie or Diana.
Like the rest of his family, he’s determined to fulfill his father’s wishes and binding the Dark Circle.
LUX GIEGHL » Before it was discovered that he and Lux were one of the Balcoin children, they came from the same circle. They grew up together and have developed a close bond. Being so close in age, they’re much like twins and Maddox has taken on the big brother role in Lux’s life. Often when the Balcoin circle needs something done, Lux and Maddox work together.
GRAY BRANNON » A member from Maddox and Lux’s old circle and Maddox’s best friend. They were extremely close up until the point that Maddox broke from their circle and aligned himself with the Balcoins. Now, Gray’s in Chance Harbor and old wounds have been reopened.
CASSIE BLAKE » Finds her a bit of a nuisance probably mostly Lux’s influence, and enjoys messing with her any chance he can get. He loves reminding her how inexperience she is when it comes to dark magic.
DIANA MEADE » Maddox has been given the task to convince Diana to join the Balcoin circle now that she’s back in town. He has placed himself in her life at every turn and is developing a small relationship with his new sister.
Cory had always been the kind of boy who was to curious for his own good. Add that with an adventurous and mischievous side of him and you have the kind of boy who would of suited being a character in a children’s book such as Peter Pan rather than a real life teenage boy. His personality hadn’t been a problem when he had been a child as most of his friends were just like him. However when they all hit puberty they seemed to grow up and take an interest in girls and other teenage things where as he stayed as childish as ever. When they were serious he was still joking and messing around.
His young and childish soul made him loud and friendly, making him the kind of person who had plenty of friends and always seemed to have a smile across his face. There’s a kind of innocence about him. However Cory also had a temper on him which could come from nowhere, his temper had always been an issue no matter how he tried to control it. His mischievousness and temper often lead him into trouble and he looked to his older sister to help get him out of it. His curiosity made him very aware of what was going on around and he often learnt and saw things he shouldn’t have. The saying curiosity killed the cat was something he was very aware of, especially after what he once saw.
Cory had grown up in a dysfunctional family, though he didn’t really see how dysfunctional it was as his older sister, Rowan, tried to keep him out of it all. He had never been close to father and had feared him in his drunken state, so when he left the seven year old Cory hardly missed him. Though he did miss out on having the father and son connection like his friends. Cory had noticed the change in his mother’s behaviours as well and did his best to avoid her, often staying out playing till late or staying at friends houses and his sister trying to keep away as well.
For Cory his sister had also been the parent, his parent’s should have been to him. She had taken on the role after the families dynamics changed and he couldn’t help but look up to her. When he had been younger he had thought it had been normal however once he was old enough to understand he saw the truth. And though he appreciated what she did for him, he couldn’t help but feel guilty for relying on her so much. When Cory found out about his mother’s abuse towards his sister he had been watching a fight between the two of them from around a corner. What he saw had shook him up and he tried to block out, though he tried to be less dependent on his sister as well in hope of lightening her load. He never told her that he knew about any of what she had been trying to hide from him.