Erika Sullivan Beyond 101Full name: Erika Irene Sullivan
Other names: Frogstar
Physical/Mental Gender: Inescapably female on all points. Some of this has to do with how she's perceived, and some of it is just her.
Cultural Heritage: Dutch-Irish, Haitian Creole
-Parents: Paul Sullivan, pudgy copywriter; Kate Sullivan, kindergarten teacher (deceased)
-Siblings: Raoul, plodding student, 19; Mitchell, game designer, 27
Prosperity: Middle class. Mitchell started working at a young age, and his contributions to the family budget improved the state of living for all of them.
Build: Visibly pear-shaped. She has smaller shoulders and not much in the way of cleavage, but big hips.
Skin-tone: In the spectrum of her siblings, Erika is the darkest, and sometimes jokes that her parents adopted her.
Eyes: Slightly droopy and round, light brown, long lashes
Hair: Medium brown with blonde highlights, boyish baby dreads
Nose: Wide, complementing he
Aurelia Naehring Beyond 101Full name: Aurelia Naehring
Other names: née Chen
Physical/Mental Gender: Aurelia is a bit complicated. She's physically a girl, but has spent most of her life as "one of the guys". So she feels 50% male, 50% female. The female half is mostly physical, but she likes sappy television programmes (but not films) and wears make-up. The male half is very sporty and daring.
Cultural Heritage: Her father is half-Chinese, and her mother's side of the family weighs in as Belgian, Native-American, and Russian. To quote Audrey Hepburn, if she were a dog, she'd be a heck of a mess.
-Parents: George Chen, hairstylist; Marie Chen, homemaker
-Siblings: Older brother Niu Chen, police officer, 30, married to Sally Chen, homemaker, 32
-Other: NiecesCosette, age 3 and Mapiya, 2 months
Prosperity: Middle class and quite content. Aurelia loved Niu's toys and clothes, so hand-me-downs were never a problem.
David Wyatt Beyond 101Full name: David Elmo Wyatt
Other names: Not one for nicknames, our David.
Physical/Mental Gender: Guy/Guy. In this matter, as with many others, he's fairly straightforward.
Cultural Heritage: East coast US plus UK pick-and-mix
Parentage: Elmo David Wyatt, an unimaginative copywriter; Lucy Wyatt, an unimaginative elementary school nurse
Prosperity: Lower middle class and oddly proud of it.
Build: To coin a phrase, aggressively average. He's no slouch, but he's not exactly a body builder.
Skin-tone: Ruddy browna mixture of tanned and sunburnt at all times.
Eyes: Hazel, thick eyebrows, round, with premature crow's feet from smiling too much.
Hair: Long layers in front, cut shorter from the ears back, dark brown
Nose: Wide, nostrils flare when he's annoyed
Mouth: Big lips, crooked teeth
Ears: Stick out, sensitive about their impressive size
Scars/other markings: Old pimple scars on forehead and chin, constantly renewed w
Leo Mendez Beyond 101Full name: Leonardo Ceferino Gaspar Herrera Tapia Méndez
Other names: Leo or Leonardo; both are used pretty much interchangeably
Gustaf Adler (long story)
Song: 글라라 Oh3
Physical/Mental Gender: Oh boy. Leo likes to blur things like this. He does not have effeminate habits, but he freely acknowledges that he's a bit girly-looking. He's very much a man, but sees no purpose in paying attention to any gender stereotypes.
Cultural Heritage: German and Scandinavian, belying the Spanish.
Parentage: Flora Adler, a respected journalist; Joaquín Plácido Herrera Tapia Méndez, a sports announcerdivorced
Prosperity: Pathetically rich. All three of them work, and they come from old money to start.
Height: 6'2, which makes him tall for a male modeland he's proud of it.
Weight: 150lb, which he secretly worries about.
Build: Fit, but slim. He works out in order to tone
Jessie Angus Beyond 101Full name: Jessica Mae Angus
Song: Miri - 불꽃
Other names: Jessie (tag)
Physical/Mental Gender: Girl/Girl. Though she is relaxed in her feminine identity, she does not identify as a boy even in part.
Cultural Heritage: East coast U.S., generically UK-descendant
Parentage: Sylvia Angus, a hard-working librarian; Michael Angus, a lawyer
Prosperity: Middle middle-class; both parents are employed
Build: Narrow-shouldered, but not thin
Skin-tone: Pale Caucasian
Eyes: Big, droopy-lidded muddy brown eyes, slightly lacking in symmetry
Hair: Dark brown, long-ish, unkempt ponytail with barrettes to keep it out of eyes, greasy and uninteresting
Mouth: Wide mouth, thin lips, teeth straight due to recently removed braces
Ears: Long ears, flatter against head than most, attached earlobe
Scars/other markings: Very old burn scar on right forearm, seven inches long, four inches at its widest, between wrist and elbow
David v JessieDavid: Okay, found my notes.
Jessie: You actually made notes?
David: Yeah. I have trouble reading, not writing.
Jessie: ...I'm gonna give you a second to let that sink in.
David: Okay, just for that, I'm gonna go ahead and ask you the forbidden question.
David: Alright, first question--How old are you?
Jessie: That's stupid. You know exactly how old I am.
David: Yeah, but they don't.
Jessie: They who?
David: Whoever. Just answer the question.
Jessie: I don't see why you can't do it.
David: Because it's my job to ask the questions.
Jessie: Okay fine. I'm seventeen.
David: Good job. If it takes that long to answer each question, we're never gonna get outta here.
Jessie: Hey, this was your idea, I could be doing a million better things.
David: So seventeen is pretty young to be in the inventing cir
Desert Dogma Chapter 3Chapter Three: The Good Doctor
Almost immediately, both doors burst open with a sound like a gunshot. Mercy leapt back, barely in time to avoid a broken nose. She managed to refrain from grabbing her pistol, but only just.
Standing between the two excitable doors was a woman. Though she did not quite tower over Mercy, she did give the impression of immense height. This was, no doubt, due to the heels of her laced boots, but her hair played a part as well.
Like a grievous accident, it was difficult not to stare at the upswept mass of thin curls. It looked like a nest of copper wires.
"That's a fair nasty cut you have, but it looks like you've already seen to it," the woman said, easing back to rest her weight on her heels. "So I assume that you are not here for medical assistance."
Shaking herself internally, Mercy said, "That is correct, I'm not. I'm here to accept the posting you sent across the overhead."