Age (5-80): 23 WHEN are you from: Renaissance (1800's) WHERE you are from: Verona Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who?: Occupation (Optional): impressionist Biography: Alexander was born in the beautiful cultural development age, the Renaissance! He had a normal childhood (as good as it can get for the 1800's, anyways) and never really excelled in anything. He wasn't good with words, sucked at math, and could never retain anything due to a mild case of narcolepsy. The only things that stayed in his minds were bits and pieces of scenery, small parts he would remember at times, parts of focus that were insignificant. And people. One day, when he received an expensive watercolor set, he put together little pieces to create one big mash-up landscape. It was a mess. It was unconventional. It was the best thing he'd ever seen. He adored it. Yet... it wasn't as good in his family's eyes. They had never expected much from him anyways, but this was a new low. His parents didn't even try to encourage him, as they already thought he was a lost cause. Besides, they had an older, more "mature" son who could take care of them. As he grew older and went through formal schooling, he disregarded his studies and continued with his painting pattern over the years. He's never thought of making the work public, though - he's too embarrassed. Personality: Alexander is bold and brash, never afraid to say what's on his mind. He's gotten used to his family disregarding him and started saying and doing what he wants. This goes well sometimes. This tactic has made him lots of friends, but also lots of enemies. He's pretty sympathetic and loyal as well - mostly due to his ability to remember people more than events. This creates a double-edged sword: he holds grudges. A looooong time. Anything else: None
Age (5-80): 17 WHEN are you from: Elizabethan Era (1560's) WHERE you are from: London Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who?: Occupation (Optional): countess (does this count?) Biography: As per the usual for every respectable countess, she was taught that men just knew more and women were meant to obediently do housework. Unlike many of her friends, she was actually quite fine with this. Her mother died early and her father remarried to a neglecting stepmother. She would barely even acknowledge her presence, only accepting that when she became "ripe", then she would get married and stop being a thorn in her side. She was also prone to random crying or laughing spells, which might explain some things (and without outside help, was left undiagnosed). Petronella decided that, if women could be this cruel, then men surely should have a bit more sense. Even so, she knew that by even understanding this that her knowledge was greater than most, which contradicted her own reasoning. She decided to only marry who she deemed worthy - which was not a valid option. You can guess how that's going down in the house. Personality: Due to her childhood, Petronella is very quiet and reserved. She doesn't often speak her true opinion (which are usually strong) because she has always been bashed for it. However, if she's given an opening, DEFINITELY expect her to go on and debate. She really is intelligent and appreciates talking to other people open to new ideas and enjoys being creative. She's also humble and sensitive to people close to her, but sarcastic and mocking at other times. Otherwise, she prefers to keep to herself and it's really difficult to get her to open up. Anything else: None
Age 18 WHEN are you from 1692 WHERE you are from Salem, Massachusetts Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who? N/A Occupation Midwife in training Biography As a young girl in a Puritan family, Amity lived by strict rules and was constantly reminded to never fall into temptation. She lived with her older sister and parents in a small neighbourhood where gossips were constantly spread like wildfire and people were often poor and struggling. Not many people trusted each other, since there was always someone who tried to steal from one another, and it would constantly end in a lawsuit. Her family avoided that type of conflict, though they mostly kept to themselves and refused to get involved. Her childhood was rather tedious and wearisome, and her time was constantly spent on going to Church and reading the Bible. Any other type of recreational activity would only land her in trouble with her parents and the Church. Because of this, Amity did her best to study and memorize the Bible, although for the most part, she never fully devoted herself to its words, and on more than one occasion, she would dream of pursuing her desire to explore the world for her own. However, this was discouraged, especially since at that time, girls at that time were taught to be submissive and quiet, and expected to become housewives. The only person that seemed to bring genuine happiness in her life was her older sister, who had a close relationship with Amity. On some occasions when they were out of Church, they would dance and read books in their free time, all the while making sure not to get caught by anyone else. Through reading several books, Amity realized that she wanted to pursue medicine to help other people, since the town could need it. This would prove to be a difficult task, however, since she knew her parents and the Church wouldn't approve, but this didn't stop her from trying, albeit discreetly. Tensions were rising in her village since people recently immigrated in her town, who weren't to be trusted, as well as the attack by the Native Americans which killed several people. It wasn't until the first group of girls were executed for being suspected of being witches and serving the Devil. At that time, it was when paranoia spread across the town, and accusations were constantly thrown at each other. It was especially worse when loyal members of the Church were convicted, and it became established that anyone could be a witch. Amity's family was put in danger several times, although any accusations towards them were never confirmed. Unfortunately, Amity was eventually convicted as a witch and was to be put on trial after she was found reading one of her books about medicine. This was also backed up by her copper hair, which was regarded as a sign of witchcraft, and her occasionally fiery demeanor, which some neighbours happened to witness when she was arguing with her family. However, people were conviced that she was a witch when she suddenly disappeared the day before the trial. Nobody knew where she went, but all they knew was that she left the village and that she was never to be seen again. Personality At first, Amity appears to be a docile and polite young lady, always trying to follow the rules and her duties. Her family's strict religious views cause her to be more cautious of her actions, and when she does cause trouble, she always seems to feel guilty and anxious about it afterwards. She tries to be as friendly to others as possible, although it's out of politeness rather than genuinely liking them. Due to living in a small town where neighbours were constantly on other people's businesses, she learned how to keep secrets to herself, and to never open up to people unless she could really trust them, and even then, it was hard to fully gain it. However, she is willing to share information when it's necessary, and she tries not to look suspicious as possible. However, she tends to hide a more restless and curious side of her, and this is often hidden to throw off suspicion from the people around her. When she does show this side of her, she becomes more playful and willing to try to have fun, although she also becomes more blunt and brash in the process, which may catch people off guard. This side tends to show up with people she considers close, and rarely, when she is frustrated. Other than that, she is naturally curious and due to her limited education, she has a subconscious desire to learn new things, even if it is buried deep inside. Due to reading in her spare time, she gained an awareness of the world and how some of the lessons taught to her were wrong. However, she was never given the opportunity the voice her opinions on that matter. Anything else [TBA]
Age (5-80): 25 WHEN are you from: 1860 WHERE you are from: Mid West United States. Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who?: Occupation (Optional): Biography: Quick's dream was to stop the evil villian Zap, who killed his parents as a child. However, to the town, Quick was known as the lying drunk head who could never tell the same story twice. Personality: Drunk, annoying dude who doesn't take kindly to people telling him what to do. Anything else:
Age (5-80): 19 WHEN are you from: 1920's WHERE you are from: Paris Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who?: Occupation (Optional): Party Girl Biography: Bliss is a party - rich girl who actually convinced her parents that she is a Daneotogist in which she studies Partyism and Achologist. She goes by Dr. Kastle or Dr. Kiss as her party name. She's well known throughout the teenagers in the 1920's Personality: Bliss is two faced. She lets people see her dumb party side. The side that's flirty and just wants to have fun but in honesty she wants to be well known. She won't sabotage people, but she will abandon people without cause. Anything else:
Age (5-80): 16 WHEN are you from: 1899 WHERE you are from: Manhattan, New York Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who?: Although (I think) they weren’t real people in history, but loosely based on Crutchie and Davey from Newsies Occupation (Optional): Newsboy Biography: Sam has a sister, a little brother and two loving parents. He and his siblings went to school while his father worked in the factory. Eventually, Samuel joined his father in working in the factory to earn more money for his family. They weren’t doing so well. But then, a tragedy happened in the factory. This disaster left Samuel’s dad unable to work in the factory anymore. It also permanently damaged Sam’s right leg leaving him needing to depend on a crutch. But, the factory wouldn’t take him in either. But, since his family still needed money, he and his little brother Andrew became Newsies. This is happened for a while and they made a few friends. But then, the newspaper companies decided to raise the price of the paper to unaffordable prices. He joined the strike with the other Newsies. Personality: Samuel is well educated and the brains of the group. He likes making rational decisions and coming up with plans, even if people don’t listen to him. He is pretty weak physically but good at using his words when he needs to persuade someone. Because of his limp, he isn’t very fast and is very clumsy, but he is very determined and loyal. Anything else: None
Age (5-80): 15 WHEN are you from: 1055 (anglo-saxon and Normandy England) WHERE you are from: Wessex (an Earldom at the time) Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who?: No one specific but she is the daughter of a Thegn Occupation (Optional): Daughter of a Thegn Biography: Talulah was the daughter of a Thegn a man who was rich in his own right but worked for the Earl of Wessex. Talulah had dreams of her father one day becoming an Earl. Her family were peasants for many years and she was terrified of going back to that life. Her father saved the Earl in battle and became a thegn as a reward. Talulah was desperate for power kinda like lady mcbeth. Then she comes to the present and suffers to find her way in the new world. Personality: She's sly and ambitious but very intelligent about it. She's not a villain or a hero. Anything else: Nope thats pretty much it!
~Age~ 33 ~WHEN are you from~ 1945 ~WHERE you are from~ Montluçon, France ~Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who?~ Yes, Nancy Wake ~Occupation~ Formerly a journalist but now a member of the fledgling resistance for World War 2 ~Biography~ Grace was born in Wellington, New Zealand, but her family moved to Sydney when she was just 20 months old. At the age of 16 she ran away from home and found work as a nurse, but a windfall enabled her to leave Australia for Europe in Grace settled down in Paris working for the Hearst group of newspapers as a journalist, and as the 1930s progressed, the rise of German Fascism formed the basis of many of Grace’s stories. In 1935 she visited Vienna and Berlin where the overt and violent anti-Semitism formed in her a desire to oppose Nazism. In November of 1939 she married Jame Fioc, a wealthy industrialist man, but then just six short months later Germany invaded France. Grace and Jame made the decision to join the fledgling Resistance after France's surrender in 1940 and Grace’s growing involvement in the Resistance enabled her and her husband to assist in the escape of Allied servicemen and Jewish refugees from France into neutral Spain. However though, because she was afraid of being captured, Grace too fled Marseilles and, after several thwarted attempts and a brief period in prison, escaped across the Pyrenees. In June of 1943 she reached England where she began working in the French Section of the Special Operations Executive. After a period of training, Grace returned to France in April of 1944 to help organise the Resistance before D-Day. She was working in the Auvergne region, engaged in organising parachute drops of arms and equipment, and after D-Day she became involved in combat with bodies of German troops sent to destroy the Maquis. Upon liberation, Grace learned that her husband, Jame, had been unmercifully tortured and killed by the Gestapo nearly a year ago in August of 1943. The news of her husbands death left Grace heartbroken but also with even more of a deep passionate hate to destroy the Germans and Nazis. The problem though? Grace was stolen! Yes, that’s right, she was literally stolen right out of history and put into the present! Grace fears what the impacts of this strange phenomenon could have on the course of history and she also has no idea how to get back to her own time period. ~Personality~ Like her name, Grace does at first impression, appear to be graceful and elegant- she has class, a pretty face, and all the accessories most high society people of the mid 1940’s would have. In contrast though, if you take the time to get to know her one will see Grace is FAR from elegant and stuck up. Under her pretty looks and classy attitude lies a girl who’s confident in her skills and fired up, dangerous and deadly. Grace isn’t afraid to get her hands dirty and she fights with extra passion for what she believes in. This courageous woman from the past is genius-level intelligent, as well quick witted and quick to act too. Grace loves anything that has a risk and fights for the favor of France and Britain, but she absolutely hates German Nazis and everything they stand for. The best advice for you is if you’re on Germany’s side and Grace somehow ends up in your town, you should hide— things will not end well if she finds you. ~Anything Else~ Grace is sore to the subject of her husband and she doesn’t known if she’ll ever be able to find love again.
~Age~ 36 ~WHEN are you from~ 1925 ~WHERE you are from~ New York City, New York ~Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who?~ Gaetano Reina but with my own modifications ~Occupation~ Crime boss/mobster/business man ~Biography~ Antonio was born in Corleone, 1889, and entered America during the early 1900's as a poor immigrant. He was employed by Aron Galant, a relative to Lavinchi Galant (a well known leader of a powerful mafia) at a small strand of laundry mats, and though Antonio never meant to get involved with the mafia, through the business of his work and boss he became associated with the Mendes gang. Here he also met and befriended a fellow Corleone native Stefano Gino, but not long after both men became be involved and arrested for the murder of Jean Walker in November 1914. The two men were, however, discharged of the crime. Antonio’s younger brother Massimo also lived near him at the time and, though he was never arrested, was thought to have participated in the bombing of Walker’s house in 1913. Over the next 7-8 years Antonio took over the Mendes gang and worked his way to the top. Around the early to mid 1920s he seemed to be at the peak of his power with a strong Mafia to back him up, but then Antonio made the mistake of became entangled in a high-stakes confrontation between Guan Mazer and his bitter rival, Solomon Marisan. As of 1925, the conflict seemed to be at its worst and Antonio was beginning to rethink his alliance with Mazer and consider to side with Marisan instead. The main reason for this sudden change of heart was that Mazer was recently starting to demand a share of Antonio’s profits and he wasn’t exactly happy about it. Antonio had almost chosen a side when he was suddenly sucked through time into the present and now he needs to figure out how to get back to his Mafia empire. ~Personality~ Antonio is used to having power over others, so naturally being pulled to the present was a big change; however though, that is not to say Antonio cannot do things for himself. As a matter of fact, most of the time he finds things get done better when he does them himself but Antonio also knows his limits as well as knowing when to ask for help. At first impression Antonio is intimidating and cold, and he tends to be stubbornly persistent on things he believes are worth his time, but when someone does get close with him Antonio will protect that person fiercely. He is smart and can be ruthless sometime, and his choices usually only result in the benefit of himself and the people sided with him. Antonio is not afraid of doing a “messy” job himself and he has little concern as to how his actions effect others, all he cares for in life is running his mafia, protecting those close to him, and keeping the orderly conduct of a man in business. ~Anything Else~ Antonio mostly wears suits as he is careful how he is viewed in the publics’ eye.
Age (5-80): 12673 (looks 35, technically he is) WHEN are you from: 14690 WHERE you are from: Area 51, Nevada United Kingdom of North Jendemotic Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who?: Occupation (Optional): Biography: Qin was originally from the present, but in his mid 30's he signed up for a program to be 'saved' dying from a terminal illness. Dying, he was placed in a frozen chamber, where he sleep for about 600 years before waking up. The cure, was tested on him failed, and sense he was still dying, they refroze him. This process took just over 12670 years, as his illness kept on manipulating and events in time kept on delaying his cure. Finally, cured in the year 14,690 - Qin wishes to die. The world had changed so much, he was just this out of place object. . . . now - well he's back. Hopefully he doesn't run into his younger self. Personality: Qin is a dead inside guy, who looks just as dead on the outside. He's cold, and will usually grunt as replies, rather than actual words.
Age (5-80): 24 WHEN are you from: 1660's (late Jacobean, early Georgian) WHERE you are from: England, but she travels a lot. Is your character based on anyone specific from history?: Nah Occupation (Optional): Pirate/Thief/Mercenary Biography: Val was born to a noble family, but she despised the way women were treated, and her parent's decision to arrange her marriage did not help. She wanted to join the navy, like her grandfather had, but as a woman they would not allow her in and she was shunned for even asking. When things got terrible (gotta have some secrets ) she left and changed her name to Valeria Page (Val, for her male persona), where she stowed away on a trader ship in the hopes of going somewhere more equal. As it happens, she was found and taken to the captain, who turned out to be an infamous pirate. He made a deal with her, and she used the knowledge passed down by her grandfather to help as part of the crew. In exchange, she used her female 'innocence' and seduction to help them in their raids and attacks. She never found a place that accepted a female, but while on that ship with that crew, she was accepted. Personality: Val is a headstrong independent young lady, who knows how to blend in as a polite young woman, but also how to defend herself and fight back. She doesn't give up easily, and she hates women who act delicate or polite. She favors honesty, and hates liars, which is ironic because she finds herself lying all the time. She loves adventure and being the best at things, especially when she does better then men. She doesn't trust people easily, and she often hates people who seem to follow society or silly social norms, preferring to stand out and do things the way she wants. She has a secret love of animals, and clothes. Anything else: Open for romance, if you can get through to her.
Age (5-80): 7 WHEN are you from: the future, 7021 WHERE you are from: West Haven, Colombo (made up place) Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who?: N/A Occupation (Optional): Well uh, not to brag, but she's a hall monitor at her school. Biography: Ceres was born to a loving mother and father who were powerful businesspeople and leaders in the field of artificial intelligence. Many people were after her parents to discover their secrets as a result, but they hid all that from Ceres and the only thing unusual about it to her was that they'd move around a fair amount and there were a lot of security robots wandering around the mansion she grew up in. At the age of 5, Ceres was an average child, playing and learning more about the world around her, until the 'accident'. Ceres and her parents were at her school for her first-ever student teacher conference, and somehow, the room they were in blew up. The news reported it as a gas leak accident, but the truth few knew was that the room had been blown up by a rival of Ceres' parents. Her parents were killed, but Ceres and the teacher somehow managed to make it out alive. The teacher ended up in a coma, and Ceres, as a result of her parentage, ended up receiving implants that made her a cyborg- part human, part machine. A year later, she was living with her uncle and aunt- she hadn't been told her parents were killed. She was told that they were in recovery from the accident, but she couldn't see them just yet, and her uncle and aunt decided it was better that way until she was old enough to handle the truth. That year though, there was violence against the cyborgs in her little town- many people, afraid that the cyborgs were receiving preferential treatment and as a result, targeted them in mobs. Most of the cyborgs didn't make it out alive, but Ceres did. As a result of that day, she, and all other surviving cyborgs from her city, became wards of the government. They were taken to a facility they didn't know the location of, and resumed life as normal, going to schools, and unknown to the children, the adults were either teachers and caretakers or given specialized implants and drafted into the military. Ceres has been living out the past few months of her life going to school in her facility, and was told that her aunt and uncle had sent her to this specialized school, when in reality, they'd also died protecting her. Personality: Ceres is a sweet and innocent little girl who often doesn't know what's going on around her, but tries to be optimistic and make the best of the situation nevertheless. She's an eternal optimist, and her seemingly boundless energy can be exhausting at times- she always seems to be bouncing around, thinking of ideas and plans and adventures she can go on. She's very forward about her opinions- if someone's mean, she won't hesitate to say she doesn't like them, if she likes them, she'll tell them so. She doesn't like rude people at all, but will often argue with them rather than walk away (fun fact- she called James Garth a meaniehead in class once because he stole her favorite pen and she got in trouble for it, but it was worth it!). She's extremely curious too- her endless streams of questions about everything can be annoying at times, and stubborn to a fault. As a result of being a cyborg, Ceres has an extra layer of intelligence and skills to her she's still learning to use, and will often have to ask others about. Some of the ones she knows about already are the lie detector light in her vision that blinks if someone lies, the miniature flashlight in her left pointer finger, night vision in extreme darkness, the detachability of her limbs, and the 'dictionary' in her brain that'll often define some of things around her she's unfamiliar with for her. She isn't sure if she knows all the functionality of her cyborg parts just yet, and is often frustrated by them since they're faulty (occasionally they don't work, or they work when she doesn't want them to) and still developing as she grows older. Anything else: She has a few scars here and there on the edges of her metal parts. At night, she has to connect a wire from her arm to a wall outlet to "charge" her cyborg parts.
Age (5-80): 22 WHEN are you from: The Victorian Era (the 1800s) WHERE you are from: England Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who?: Nah :P Occupation (Optional): Worked as a young businessman with his Father. Biography: Arthur was brought up in a family of wealth and respect. He had a very posh life but sometimes, he wished to have a choice in the direction of his own life. He had numerous siblings so he didn't feel like he was 'seen' in his large family. Arthur knew that he had to follow the path already chosen for him to help his family keep up their reputation. He believes that women should have a choice, unlike many of the men in his time. He is secretly looking for his soulmate; someone he can truly belong with. Personality: Arthur is very loyal and possibly rebellious. He is always up for new ideas and challenges and has a very decisive mind. He can be quite a romantic person and will stand up for his family and honour, no matter what. Anything else: Nope (:
Age (5-80): 26 WHEN are you from: American Revolution (1770s) WHERE you are from: Newark, New Jersey Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who?: Aaron Burr lowkey Occupation (Optional): lawyer Biography: Isaac Dixon was born in Newark to a priest and his wife as the second of four children. He grew up in an America controlled by Britain and watched as many around him suffered injustices and had to pay taxes they really couldn't afford to and watched the effects of it on his own family as well. Since Isaac couldn't do much, he resolved to work hard and be the best damn lawyer his country had ever seen to help his large family pay their bills. He was extremely smart and advanced from a young age and learned a lot from those around him. He was a teenager when he gained acceptance to college. His father then died, and told Isaac that his last wish was that Isaac succeeded, no matter how far the odds were against that young and idealistic boy. As a result, Isaac did work extremely hard and was one of the best scholars in his college because he wanted to make his father proud. However, when the revolution was at its most basic roots, he watched many around him, including his favorite professor, be killed for opening their mouths too much in protest, and though he supported the cause, he realized that it was better to live to help the cause rather than die in vain for it. When the war started, about a year or two after he became an official lawyer, he tactically analyzed strategies, advised many of the key fighters, anonymously wrote propaganda, and even was at the right hand of some of the major political figures on his side but never once stepped foot on a battlefield. Personality: Isaac isn't an extremely opinionated person. He's polite, and occasionally even friendly, but he will more often than not keep his true motives and opinions hidden, waiting for the right moment. He is extremely book smart, and can think very quickly on his feet when needed, but prefers to plan things through and not only look, but stare for a long time before he leaps. He is extremely goal oriented and detail oriented and loves having plans in place before doing anything. He considers every angle of something and won't make a move if it'll affect him, his reputation or his future prospects. He can't tolerate it when others don't see things from his perspective because he's convinced he's right but won't speak up about it unless he's sure there are no repercussions. Isaac forms first impressions quickly- often upon seeing someone- and sticks to them, but is open to having his mind changed over time. He'll often form friendships with others as quickly as he can, but don't be fooled- it isn't out of kindness, but more so out of wanting to know he has allies to back him up when he needs it or at the very least people that won't backstab him later on. Unless he sees cause to or that it won't hurt him, he won't be there for his friends. Anything else: N/A
Age (5-80): 32 WHEN are you from: the Romanticism movement of the early 1800s WHERE you are from: Boston, Massachusetts Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who?: N/A Occupation (Optional): Author Biography: Emily grew up in a small household, but a happy one even still. She grew up with her two parents and her younger siblings, Walter, Jane, William, Felicia, and Samuel. Their parents were traditional and religious like many at the time, but made sure all the children had an understanding and love of literature and the natural world. Her father was a professor at Harvard, and instilled a love of looking further than what was in front of them in his children. Her mother was an ordinary woman in the community, but what stood out about her most was how much of a dreamer she was. She would always tell her children beautiful stories and read to them, bringing life to the stories. From a young age, Emily knew she was in love with literature as a result of her upbringing. Then, when she was only 17, her little brother Samuel caught the typhus virus. Her parents and sister Felicia followed soon, and she was careful to make sure the rest of her siblings didn't catch the deadly virus. She lost her mother, Felicia and Samuel, which left her father an empty shell. Lost was his love of the creative world, because his wife was no longer there to bring more life to it with him. Left with the task of raising three children almost singlehandedly at the age of 21, she made the decision not to marry. She could've had she chosen to- there was a young man in her town who'd been sending her letters and sweet nothings who she loved, but she knew her siblings needed her more than a husband would. She wasn't happy with this fate- rather she bemoaned it, wishing that her mother had been alive or that her father would accept the responsibility of raising his own children. And so she raised them all to adulthood, and as she did, she wrote. Whenever she could spare a moment, she wrote the dreams and fantasies and thoughts and dreams she'd had that she'd given up all hope on ever coming true, and she published some of them and to her surprise, some of them became instant hits. Personality: Emily is an imaginative dreamer and a romantic at heart. Often, she'll be caught spacing out or staring at certain people. She believes in love at first sight and falls in and out of her own "love" easily. She carries a notebook everywhere she goes and every chance she gets, she'll be writing. She is rather scatterbrained and dramatic about everything. Occasionally, she'll catch herself speaking in the third person or adding words like "she exclaimed" to the end of things she says out of habit from her writing. She is extremely emotional about even the smallest things. Above all, Emily is very motherly. She'll protect others fiercely and knows how to fend for herself as well. She has a wild imagination and will often lose herself in daydreams, but she is definitely an excellent storyteller.
Age (5-80): 28 WHEN are you from: 1925, WHERE you are from: New York New York. Is your character based on anyone specific from history? If so, who?: Al Capone Occupation: Gangster, Mobster, Crime Lordess Biography: Ziva wanted to be the most bad ass girl, just like the ones she read in comics as a child, and to get there she needed to marry and date a crime lord. She cheated her way to the top, not feeling an ounce of love to any man she dated. Once on top, she was famous and arrested several times, but was bailed several times. She became known as 'Scarface' when she was punched by the police, leaving a scar on her eyebrow. She was swept through the portal during a shootout with a rival gang. Personality: Ziva is a top dog female, and dislikes male who think they are the shit. But she won't stay it to your face till she has you strapped in chair with a gun to your forehead. Anything else: Scar on eyelid.