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Winter Glockenspiel

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Winter Glockenspiel

Post by Winter Glockenspiel on Thu Jul 23, 2015 1:12 am

Full Name: Winter Ourania Glockenspiel.
Meaning: Ourania: Greek Muse of Astronomy.
Gockenspiel: Chimes, to do with her muse intrument.
Gender: Female.
Orientation: Bisexual.
Real Age: 18.
Birthday: December 21st.
Birthplace: Munich, Germany.
Infancy[0-2]: Born in the middle-to-upperclass of Germany's Munich, Winter was raised by two loving parents both trying to make ends meet and raise their only child successfully. Except for the fact Winter's mother, Abigail, was both a muse and banshee. The father Gustav was a human, but was fully aware of his wife's "situation" and went through all measures to protect his family.
Childhood[3-12]: Winter was a normal kid, she has normal friends, and led a normal life. Things began to change at around 12, when her mother's "condition" worsened. Abigail was a nurse, and her patients abnormally began to die. The hospital started to get involved, and slowly the local government. Young Winter didn't understand, but her father did. Her mother was accidentally killing people off, as banshee's can unintentionally do.
Adolescence[13-17]: At 13 Winter's father gave her "the talk". No, not that one, the one where you're parents explain everything you know is a lie and there's supernatural beings. Oh yeah, and you're mother's one. Winter showed no signs of "supernaturalness" until her mother was "put down". Her mother, the loving nurse, couldn't stand the thought of continuing to kill those around her. When she could no longer control it, and no cure was found, Abigail forced her husband to destroy her muse artifact; her chimes. Devastated after having to practically murder his wife, Gustav fell into a deep depression with his daughter. A few years after Abigail's death at the age of 15, she woke up to find her mother's chimes on her bed. Panicking she broke a mirror, and upon gazing into it found her hair graying and her skin turning pale. Knowing now she had inherited her mother's muse and banshee genes, she screamed running into her fathers room. He was dead. This was the first death she caused. Winter tried to keep friends after, and relationships alive until at 16 her bestfriend, 2 friends, and boyfriend died in a car crash. Winter was the only survivor. She's had no friends since. She tells people her paleness is caused by anemia, and dyes her hair to hide her true identity.
Species: Banshee/Muse.
Ethnicity: Caucasian.
Facial Type: Square.
Eye Color: Grey.
Hair Color: Naturally white, died black.
Hairstyle: Long, Combed up.
Skin Tone: Pale.
Body Type: Mesomorph.
Height: 5,8 ft.
Weight: 140 lbs.
Languages: English, German.
Accent: Northern German.
Voice: Lower pitched for a woman.
Accessories: Thick rimmed glasses, piercings go up her ear and in her eyebrow and tongue to top of her face. Her bellybutton is also pierced. She has a couple other piercings, but you'd have to ask her about those in person...
Visible Tattoos: (see picture) Dandelion on left forearm, cherry blossom from inner right thigh to upper hip, crows on right foot, and a crow feather on the left foot.
Non-visible Tattoos: Numerous.
Trinkets: Her chimes were converted into a necklace for safe and easy keeping.
Interests: Astronomy, percussion, modern art, tattoos.
Phobias: Being alone, though in her mind inevitable.
Addictions: Alcohol, drugs, gambling.
Mental Disorders: Depression (unlikely biological, more likely circumstantial), OCD.
Habits and Mannerisms: Fixing glasses.
Expressiveness: She tries to maintain an open-book attitude, not wanting to seem vulnerable from things in the past.
Mother: Abigail Glockenspiel.
Father: Gustav Glockenspiel.
Friends: TBD.
Enemies: TBD.
Pets/Familiars: None at the moment.
Lovers: Augustus Achnitich, and Gurtrute Troester were her only lovers, though both have died, likely from her negative death-bringing-omens.
Marital Status: Single, never married.
Education: Grade 10, dropped out after mother's death.
Grade: B average.
Social Stereotype: Arts, music geek.
Intelligence: Kinesthetic, musical.
Extracurricular Activities: Jazz band, concert band.
Religion: Agnostic.
Morals: Very left-wing, democratic views.
Crime Record: Two cases of drug possession.
Philosophy: You get what you get and you don't get upset.
Political Party: Liberal.
Desires: Answers to her mother's (and now her's) condition.
Secrets: She has a tramp stamp pink butterfly tattoo that she is very embarrassed about.
Worries: Dieing alone.
Best Memories: Roadtrip across Europe with her parents.
Worst Memories: Her mother's death, finding the chimes.
Skills: Painting, musical percussion.
Sense of Humor: Dark, dirty, childish, satiric, offensive.
Soft Spot: Children, animals.
Powers/Abilities: Death Inducement, screaming loud enough to cause pain and immobility, sound manipulation (voices, etc.).
Favorite Colors: White, black, green.
Favorite Animals: Cats, bats.
Favorite Movies: Breakfast at Tiffany's, Shrek, Shrek 2, Shrek 3, Shrek 4, Puss in Boots.
Favorite Music: Classical

Winter Glockenspiel

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