Savannah Rossfae[WIP]

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Savannah Rossfae[WIP]

Post by SavannahRossfae on 4/15/2017, 7:21 pm

Name: Savannah Rossfae
Age: 15
Gender: Female
Eyes: Arusha tri-color Tanzanite eyes.
Hair: Short-red swept back hair, shaved behind ears, and blue that ends above her neck.
Height: 5ft’10in
Body Type: Savannah has a skinny-fatted hourglass body with low muscle and medium fat, and she is always seen in a low-slouch sloping her shoulders in a broad fashion.
Skin Color: Light ivory color
God Parent: Adrasteia/Nemesis
Mortal Parent: James Rossfae
Country of Origin: United States of America
Pets: Species: Dog-Name: Ardy-Breed: Lassa-Poodle
Talents: Playing music
Weapon**: A dagger made of silver.
Her love to spot discrepancies between statements could almost be described as a hobby, making it a bad idea to lie to her. This makes it ironic that Savannah tends to share thoughts that are not fully developed, using others as a sounding board for ideas and theories in a debate against herself rather than as actual conversation partners. This may make her appear unreliable, but in reality Savannah just isn’t interested in practical, day-to-day activities and maintenance, but when she find an environment where her creative genius and potential can be expressed, there is no limit to the time and energy Savannah will expend in developing an insightful and unbiased solution but Savannah remains so open to new information that she often never commits to a decision at all. Savannah views the world as a big, complex machine, and recognizes that as with any machine, all parts are interrelated. Savannah's is fun-loving, free-spirited, energetic, sensitive, optimistic being, and childlike at the core.

She may appear to drift about in an unending daydream, but Savannah’ thought process is unceasing, and her minds buzz with ideas from the moment she wake up. This constant thinking can have the effect of making her look pensive and detached, as she is often conducting full-fledged debates in her own heads, but really Savannah is quite relaxed and friendly when she is with people she know, or who share her interests. However, this can be replaced by overwhelming shyness when Savannah is among unfamiliar faces, and friendly banter can quickly become combative if she believe her logical conclusions or theories is being criticized. When Savannah’s interest is captured, her absence goes beyond social matters to include the rest of the physical world and if Savannah gets is particularly excited, the conversation can border on incoherence as she tries to explain the daisy-chain of logical conclusions that led to the formation of her latest idea. Oftentimes, Savannah will opt to simply move on from a topic before it’s ever understood what she were trying to say, rather than try to lay things out in plain terms.

The reverse can also be true when people explain their thought processes to Savannah in terms of subjectivity and feeling. Further, Savannah is unlikely to understand emotional complaints at all and rather make a series of logical suggestions for how to resolve the underlying issue, a perspective that is not always welcomed by her more sensitive companions. This will likely extend to most social conventions and goals as well, like planning dinners and getting married, as Savannah is far more concerned with originality and efficient results.

Savannah views the world as a big, complex machine, and recognizes that as with any machine, all parts are interrelated. Savannah excels in analyzing these connections, seeing how seemingly unrelated factors tie in with each other in ways that bewilder most other people. But while Savannah’s intellectualism yields many insights into her surroundings, her surroundings is ironically considered an intrusion on her thoughts. This is especially true with people – Savannah is quite shy in social settings. More complicated situations such as parties exacerbate this, but even close friends struggle to get into Savannah’s heart and mind. And oftentimes Savannah get so caught up in her logic that she forgets any kind of emotional consideration – she dismisses subjectivity as irrational and tradition as an attempt to bar much-needed progress.

Purely emotional situations are often utterly puzzling to Savannah, and their lack of timely sympathy can easily offend. Savannah couldn’t make these connections though if she thought she knew it all – she is highly receptive to alternate theories, so long as she’s supported by logic and facts. In more subjective matters like social norms and traditions, Savannah is usually fairly liberal, with a “none of my business” sort of attitude – peoples’ ideas are what matter. These connections is the product of an unrelenting imagination – Savannah’s ideas may seem counter-intuitive at a glance, and may never even see the light of day, but she will always prove remarkable innovations. Savannah remains so open to new information that she often never commits to a decision at all.

This applies to her own skills as well – Savannah knows that as she practices, she improves, and any work she do is second-best to what she could do. Unable to settle for this, Savannah sometimes delay her output indefinitely with constant revisions, sometimes even quitting before she ever begin. However when Savannah’s interest is captured, her absence goes beyond social matters to include the rest of the physical world. Savannah becomes forgetful, missing even the obvious if it’s unrelated to their current infatuation, and she can even forget her own health, skipping meals and sleep as she muse. And when a new idea piques her interest, Savannah can be very enthusiastic – she is a reserved person, but if another person shares an interest, she can be downright excited about discussing it. More likely though, the only outward evidence of this enthusiasm will be Savannah’ silent pacing or her staring into the distance.

Savannah’s analysis, creativity and open-mindedness aren’t the tools of some quest for ideology or emotional validation. Rather, it’s as though Savannah is a conduit for the truths around her, so far as she can be expressed, and she is proud of this role as theoretical mediator. To know one thing and say another would be terribly disingenuous – Savannah doesn’t often go around intentionally hurting feelings, but she believes that the truth is the most important factor, and she expects that to be appreciated and reciprocated. Attempts at connecting with others are often worse than Savannah’s withdrawal. Savannah takes pride in her knowledge and rationale, and enjoy sharing her ideas, but in trying to explain how she got from A to B to Z, she can get frustrated, sometimes simplifying things to the point of insult as she struggles to gauge her conversation partners’ perspective. The ultimate insult comes as Savannah gives up with a dismissive “never mind”. These social struggles is partly a product of Savannah’s desire to bypass the rules, of social conduct and otherwise. While this attitude helps Savannah’s strength of unconventional creativity, it also causes her to reinvent the wheel constantly and to shun security in favor of autonomy in ways that can compromise both.
Flaws: Bad social interaction, Stubborn(Both good and bad), Lazy
Abilities (must relate to god parent; optional): Can spot discrepancies and correspondences-this is especially useful on her path to become a Forensic Anthropologist.
Powers (must relate to god parent; optional): As the daughter of the goddess balance, justice, retribution, and vengeance she can punish people with bad luck if they have too much good luck and vice-versa. She can also deal out punishments if seen fit.
Life Before Camp*:
RP Example*:
Any notes about your characters: Savannah at one point wished do be a doctor but decided the field Anthropological justice is better suited.

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