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 #33222  by Ottilie Grainger

My Name or Nickname: Ever
OOC Account: Everevna
Quills Account(s): 2 from Ottilie, 23 from Everevna

NAME: Ottilie Grainger
DATE OF BIRTH: 19 April, 1973
EMPLOYER: Alexander Honeycutt Designs, Seamstress

PRIMARY ERA: Reformation Era

What is the concept for your character?
An immigrant woman who, like so many others that come to America, is seeking to outrun her past.
What other eras will they be active in and what will their job be in each era?
Golden Era – Knockturn Betting Co., Bookmaker
What does your character look like?
Her most distinguishable feature is a head of fiery red hair. Before you dare ask, it is natural, and no, you may not ask. Once a lifetime ago, she was no stranger to couture dresses and designer cloaks; before that, regular chainstore apparel. Now she is back in chainstore apparel and sturdy shoes, but her gaze is less hunted and the shadows beneath her eyes has finally began to fade.
Where can we find your character when their story first begins?
In the local airport's public restroom to pick up her husband, standing in front of the mirror and giving herself a pep talk that mostly consist of, "Whatever you do, just don't throw up on him."
What does your character think their strongest and weakest traits are?
Ottilie takes quiet pride in her adaptability. She pulls off a good act when her minds puts to it.

Her weakest trait is her gut instinct for self-preservation.
What is something your character wants but does not have?
An American passport and identity.
What is something your character would never tell anyone about themselves?
She is not who she says she is.
What is their strongest childhood memory?
The smell of rotting rose petals, peaches and cream, and burnt thyme.