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    Moon_Girl

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    Join date : 2015-02-14

    A Blue Rose

    Post by Moon_Girl on Sun Feb 15, 2015 12:17 am





    Name: Hana Kuromori


    Age: 19


    Race: Human


    Allegiance: Leviathan


    Deck Name: Rose Princess


    Deck Type: Roses/Plants


    Deck Master: Blue Rose Dragon


    Numbers: Number 87: Queen of the Night


    Personality: Hana comes off as rather stoic and cold most of the time. Being a calm person, she does not show expression or emotions all too often. To add onto that, she's rather quiet. Not shy, just...quiet and a little socially awkward. Due to her lack of social interaction, she has a hard time relating to people and in turn, most people couldn't relate to her. So she did not bother trying to connect with others anymore. Naturally it makes her feel quite lonely; not that she would ever admit it. Deep down, she wishes she could make friends and strong connections with others, but due to her lack of hope that such a thing will come true, she finds herself putting up walls to keep people out. Yet at the same time, there seems to be some bitterness buried deep within...
    Only in tense situations will she show emotions and only in extreme situations will she show extreme emotions.
    One this that is evident with Hana, is her love for plants. She will spend a good chunk of her time wherever they are. Whether it is a park, a forest, a garden, ect.
    Not being able to connect with people well, she instead feels like she connects with plants much better. Sometimes she will talk quietly to them and will be legitimately saddened if she finds a dead or destroyed plant.
    Because of an incident in her past, she does not like cars.


    Biography: Hailing from a upper class family, her father was a considered a genius in the medical field while her mother stayed home as a housewife. A shy child, Hana lived a fairly standard childhood. However, there seemed to be a lot of pressure put on her for studying to become a doctor, following in her father's footsteps. Although she rarely talked back, she did not wish to follow her father and instead focused on botany and acrobatics. Soon enough, Duel Monsters would follow; a game she would play with her friends at school.
    This displeased her father, but he was always calmed by his wife.
    At the age of 16, Hana began to learn how to drive. It was obvious that she was not very good at it, but her mother encouraged her to continue practicing, offering to ride with her. Not wanting to let her mother down, she continued on, often taking up her mother's offer of riding with her instead of her father.
    By the time Winter was coming to an end, Hana had improved in her driving skills...however, on one day while driving her mother around, she had made a rather fatal mistake...for one.
    Waking up in the hospital after two days, Hana was diagnosed with amnesia. After some treatment and discussions with others, she was able to remember bits and pieces at the most. Including flashbacks of the crash that killed her mother.

    Once she returned home, she had become more withdrawn and quiet. With his wife gone, her father became more irritable and silently blamed Hana for her mother's death.
    The fact that he blamed her and that she refused to follow him slowly build up inside as rage, which he finally took out on her, kicking her out of the house after her 18th birthday.
    To cope with the pain, she slowly started to try and cover everything with apathy, which in turn, made her appear stoic.
    With some of her things, including her deck, she lived homeless for a while before gaining a part time job as a botanical shop employee.

    Moon_Girl

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    Augment Questionnaire

    Post by Moon_Girl on Sun Feb 15, 2015 12:37 am

    D.A.S Questionnaire:
    -D.A.S. Questionnaire-
    1. Family elders are expressing disapproval of you to the rest of the family. Do you:

    Seek a compromise with them



    2. Would you give up a promising career to aid the family in time of need?


    [C] Only if I was certain I'd be able to return to my career soon.



    3. Would you betray a family member to advance your own career?

    Yes, if I could do it secretly.


    [b]4. Do you respect the leaders of your family?


    [C] They're often out of touch with my life.


    5. If your family had arranged your marriage to someone loathsome, would you:


    [D] Flee


    6. You're estranged from a family member. On his deathbed, he seeks reconciliation. Do you:

    [A] Speak to him, but hold your ground


    7. A powerful but corrupt judge offers you wealth if you'll testify against your friend. Do you:


    [D] Testify on your friend's behalf, no matter the consequences


    8. Do you become close to friends, or hold most people at a safe distance?

    [D] I try to keep people at a distance.


    9. Have you ever betrayed a friend?

    [D] I'd never contemplate such a thing.


    10. How do you view lifelong commitment to a single romantic partner?


    Such a romance would be ideal--if it's achievable.

    [b]
    11. Do you insist on repayment when lending money to friends?


    [C] No, although it's sure nice to be repaid.


    12. Are you still in touch with childhood friends?

    [D] No, I don't have anything in common with them anymore.


    13. Do you donate time and money to improve the local community?

    [C] No, I don't have enough time or money to spare.



    14. Your community is threatened with invasion. Do you:

    [A] Help defend it to your last breath


    15. If you were injured and required immediate assistance, would members of your home town agree to help?

    [C] Probably not, because I'm distrusted in my home town.


    16. Do you respect the laws and authorities of the community?

    Yes, they're generally the best way to govern.



    [b]17. Do members of your home town shun, avoid, or mock you?


    Some do, because I don't always fit in.



    [b]18. Would you stand for office or seek to represent the interests of the community in some public manner?


    [D] No, I don't want to be responsible for the community's welfare.


    19. Your country is wracked with famine. Would you:


    Eat as little as possible yourself, and share the rest


    [b]20. If offered enough money, would you slip a poison into your king's drink?


    [D] No, and I'd warn the king of the plot.


    21. A plague is sweeping across your country. Would you:

    Heal the sick as best you can?



    [b]22. Do you respect the lawful authority of the rulers of the land?


    Yes, our rulers are generally fair and just.



    [b]23. If you were offered a reasonably lucrative deal, would you spy for a hostile foreign power?


    [D] No, because I'd never violate the trust my nation puts in me.


    24. Do you rely on the government to enforce contracts and property rights?

    Yes, because the courts are best equipped to handle such disputes.



    [b]25. If imprisoned, would you injure or kill others to escape?


    [C] No, except for minor wounds that will heal easily.



    26. Do you accept a noble's right to treat badly the serfs who work on his land?

    [C] No, nobles should rule as kindly as possible.



    27. You have accidentally committed a crime. Do you:

    [C] Hide your involvement, lying if you have to?



    28. If guilty, would you confess to a crime?

    Yes, because it might get me a lighter sentence.


    [b]29. Would you express a revolutionary political opinion if threatened with punishment?


    Yes. Somebody's got to speak the truth.


    [b]
    30. While traveling, you witness an assault. You are ordered to testify, which will delay your travel significantly. Do you:


    [C] Remain reluctantly, testify, and leave.



    31. What is the best use of wealth?

    Provide for the needs of friends and family.


    [b]32. When confronted by beggars, do you:


    Give moderately



    [b]33. By using magic, you could fool village merchants into thinking your copper pieces were made of gold. Do you?


    [D] No, those merchants have families to feed.


    34. You have two job offers. One pays more, but the other is secure and steady. Which do you choose?

    [D] Definitely the secure job, because I plan for the long term.


    35. What's the best path to wealth?

    [D] Hard work and perseverance.


    36. If you accepted a job or contract, would you try to finish the task even if it got much more dangerous?

    Yes, because it's good to have a reputation for dependability.
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