I am changing the month to February now, so try to make sure you incorporate that the best you can. That means the cottages are now in effect.
Yay, go cats,
Carrie Chambers || Age:17 || Condition: Dissociative identity disorder || FC: Kat Graham
Carrie was always the lonely and creative type. She loved writing stories from a young age and as she grew up her family and teachers enthused over her creative writing abilities. She poured her heart and soul into every piece of writing, ignoring the heartache she felt every time she left a little piece of her on the paper. A personal moment here, a dark secret there, little by little she gave herself away. Without real friends to express her feelings to, Carrie created characters that she could display her emotions through; unfortunately this loneliness grew deeper, until one by one, her characters became real.
Like many other families, Carrie’s parents fought tremendously, sometimes forgetting that their little arguments were heard by their daughter. Carrie, being the young girl that she was, didn’t understand or know how to cope with their fighting and she began writing a new story. Liz, a girl with a dysfunctional family, over took the pages of Carrie’s journal and eventually a space in her mind and body. Liz was more upfront about her feelings than Carrie was, and she always tried to show herself to Carrie’s parents and let them see that their fights had caused their daughter to create a new subconscious in a way. Liz felt that they needed to see what they had done but Carrie wished to stay behind her quit façade. For a long time Carrie was able to keep Lara a secret; unfortunately, Liz was able to push through Carrie’s barriers when her mother throw a plate at the wall one night during one of her daily fights. Liz let out a piercing scream for her parents to stop and told them to “stop acting like children.” Her failed attempt to stop the fighting only got the girl in trouble with her parents and grounded for a month.
Carrie hated that she had lost control, she only wished to be invisible. Thus the story of Jane, the shy, scared girl who was too timid to speak her thoughts, come to be. Carrie felt that if she couldn’t control who she wanted to be in in real life then she could create a girl who could. The girl become so obsessed with the need to be invisible that Jane was able to take control of her body. Jane refused to speak to anyone and eventually Carrie’s parents took noticed and sent their daughter to see a therapist. Carrie refused to have people know about her personalities and was able to regain control of her body, pushing Liz and Jane farther back into her mind. Of course the two would always try to take control but Carrie was able to subdue them with conversations at night.
Despite the problems it caused, Carrie continued to write, as it was the only thing that kept her happy. The toll of the two personalities was finally wearing on Carries mind and the girl became frustrated with having to share her own existence. She began a story of a hot-tempered girl who was rebellious when it came to her actions. Hannah had no care if people didn’t like her ill mood and would snap at anyone who irritated her just because she could. The ‘screw you’ attitude of Hannah finally become such a constant thought in Carries mind that Hannah eventually took control completely. In her parents’ eyes, Carrie had taken a 180 when it came to her actions and finally sent her to another therapist after Hannah’s continuous yelling, breaking of objects, and refusal to listen. Hannah not really caring, told the therapist that she wasn’t Carrie but Hannah. The personality then continue to admit everything of Carrie’s disorder and all of her personalities.
Her parents, being selfish parents that they were, decided Carrie needed to be sent away to receive help. Carrie was infuriated that her parents were practically throwing her away that she took all her frustration out on paper. In her new story, Sam was a spitfire of a girl. She had so much pent up anger towards the constant loneliness of her life and hated that her parents did not care for her. Sam craved for revenge and would do anything to get it, one day even smashing every family picture in Carrie’s house and writing “I hope you rot in hell” all over the walls in black paint. Woud Carrie be able to rid herself of her personalities at Brookhaven, or will the girl continue “to cope” with the danger that resides in the so called school?
So here is the deal, activity is slacking around here. Severely so. We’re going to get more strict on the subject, and I’m sorry if this seems unfair.
There are starters going un replied to, and people not branching out. Despite Vic and I’s best efforts to get our characters to reply to as many people as possible it’s still making people feel excluded.
You need to reply to everyone, maybe not all at once but we are expecting people to get a move on this. I will be starting to send out messages to people when I believe they aren’t talking to enough people. That will be your warning, if you continue to not branch out on that same character a second time that character will be opened not put in jail, but opened.
I really am sorry if this sounds rude to you, but frankly I am very annoyed with this fact.-Admin Tabbie
After “Secret Santa” is done we will be changing the month to February instead of January. This will help with certain plots that are about to take place.
Wyatt Singler || Age: 17 || Condition: PTSD || FC: Josh Hutcherson
Wyatt doesn’t remember many good memories from his past, only the things that led him to live his life in fear everyday. When Wyatt was a young boy, he lost his mother in a car accident. His father was unable to deal with losing the love of his life and began to drink his life away. Wyatt watched day and night as his father passed out on the floor in his own vomit but everyday he would clean his father up and make sure he woke up in his own bed because he was the only family Wyatt had left. It didn’t matter how many times Wyatt’s father yelled at him or how many times he would get woken up at three in the morning by his father stumbling through the house after a binder at the local bar— the boy would have done anything for his father.
His father, however, wasn’t so concerned about the well being of his son. One night, Wyatt’s father left a note saying he was leaving “to get help” and that Wyatt would be staying at his late mother’s brother’s house. Wyatt hated that he had to impose on another family because his father was too selfish to take care of him but a part of him was happy to be surrounded by people who cared about him— or so he thought. You see, Wyatt’s uncle wasn’t as keen on the idea of having to take care of another person’s child, even if it was his own blood. He believed that Wyatt’s unstable home life would taint his very own children and he would not have it.
From age twelve to sixteen, Wyatt lived in seclusion. He’d wake up, go to school, do chores at home and go to sleep. The boy kept away from people because he didn’t want anyone to know what his life was really like.. he didn’t want them to see his internal scars that reflected his external ones. If Wyatt did anything as little as drop a spoon on the floor, moments later he would feel the burn of something leaving another scar. Usually is was his uncle’s fist but other times it was a baseball bat or a knife. Many would wonder why Wyatt never tried to get help and the answer was his two little cousins. Because Wyatt grew up as an only child, he cherished having other kids in the house. He was afraid if he was to leave that his uncle would just turn on his own children.
For those four years, Wyatt took the beatings, he took the loneliness. Junior year it all changed for the boy when he met Olivia and Jackson. Olivia and Jackson were twins who had just arrived at Wyatt’s high school and they had no intention of leaving Wyatt alone when they realized he had no friends. In secret, Wyatt would pretend to have practice after school so he could hang out with his new friends. He hadn’t realized how lonely he was until the twins came into his life. He never truly understood what love was until he fell for the beautiful Olivia. Wyatt became so wrapped up in the two that he had almost forgotten about his Uncle.
Wyatt had made a habit of sneaking out a few days a week. He new it was dangerous and that if he were ever to get caught that his uncle would give him such a bad beating he wouldn’t have even been able to go to school— but he didn’t care. Stumbling into his bed room window one night, Wyatt was grabbed by the throat and thrown to the floor. His Uncle stood over him with the baseball bat in his hands, staring down at the boy with such a hatred that Wyatt knew he wasn’t going to survive his uncle’s attack this time. The baseball bat smashed into Wyatt’s head repeatedly, causing him to black out.
A few days later, Wyatt woke up in a hospital room with Olivia and Jackson waiting for him. Luckily, Jackson had stopped by his house when Wyatt had forgotten his phone and was able to stop Wyatt’s uncle from killing the boy. Wyatt ended up having bleeding in the brain that the doctors were able to fix, little did they know it would actually cause problems in Wyatt’s life later. Wyatt moved in with the twins when their parents learned the news of his life. He finally got to know what it was like to be with a real family and to feel normal. However, he learned he wasn’t normal when a kitchen cabinet slammed, causing Wyatt to fall to the ground with a seizure. The boy was later diagnosed with PTSD induced seizure and yet again he felt not so normal. Being the selfless teenager he was, Wyatt begged the twin’s parents to send him away. Though it hurt to leave Olivia and Jackson behind, Wyatt packed his bags and left for his fresh start at Brookhaven.
Evelyn Whitney || Age 18 || Condition: Addictive personality and Adrenaline Junkie || FC: Emily Browning (blonde)
Evelyn lived in a quaint little house, with her family in Texas. A small town where everyone knew everyone and dirty laundry aired out in everyone’s backyard. Gossip traveled quickly, and her father being the small towns priest made it no easier to hide for the Whitney Family. Her father was a feign, and a man of two faces. In the public, he and his family were beautiful well put together Christians, but behind closed doors they were toxic. Lacey was their biggest problem, a monster caused by her own fathers beatings and lashings, and after her, Evelyn’s own mother. She was a coke addict, and her father needed a special stylist for her to make her town ready. Other than that she would stew in her own deserted mind for days. Evelyn was the only normal one, the only one that kept good grades, and kept the image alive outside of the walls with ease. Not that her father didn’t reserve beatings for her on days it mattered. Evelyn was all that mattered to her father, but he didn’t make it seem that way. He only gave his attention to Lacey and his wife, not out of love, but out of making sure that no one saw through the charade.
Evelyn was a champion horse back rider, it was what she immersed herself in when she was younger, and all the way into her teens. They were what she loved, and what she felt could be the only thing that truly loved her. When she was 14, a night she was tending to the horses, Lacey set fire to the barn, this killed her two most prized horses and caused her to have severe burn damage over most of her torso. Rather than face the truth, Evelyn s father shipped her off to her well to do grandparents in DC and told everyone that she had died in the fire that night, including her mother and sister. Her mother killed her self in a drug overdose not being able to watch the detriment of her family anymore. He cut ties with Evelyn from there, changing his cellphone number and moving the rest of the “surviving” family to Minnesota.
Evelyn was afforded everything someone could want in life with her grandparents. She even had surgery to fix the burn scars on her body, but they didn’t care about her. They didn’t care when it was 2 am and the blonde girl came home thrown over her boyfriends shoulder for the 5th time that week because she passed out from partying to hard. Evelyn loved the rush, the feeling you get from doing drugs, sex, drinking, partying or skydiving. She yearned for it, and since she had all the money any kid her age could dream of. The rush was exactly what she got on a daily basis. It took a while for her grandparents to notice this was what was happening to the girl, after Evelyn was sent to hospital from jumping off a cliff into a riven to shallow for that. They decided once her legs were recovered, she needed to get help. They looked into a few places, but Brookhaven stood out, mainly because they had heard that’s where Lacey was sent. Her grandparents packed Evelyn s bags with a black diamond credit card and as much clothes as they could fit in the private jet and off she went. Will Evelyn be able to get her rush still, or will her sister show her who the superior twin is now?
[X] - Katie ‘Lacey’ Whitney (reference)
Katie ‘Lacey’ Whitney || Age 18 || Condition: Psychopathy and psychological manipulation (DID) || FC: Emily Browning (Brunette) ||TAKEN||
A scared little girl, a girl whose father took out his life’s problems on her. Lacey was his punching bag, because she was to weak and meek to stand up to him. She did as he said, she didn’t want to disturb the peace of the sham her father was hiding.
Lacey tried to stay as a wallflower her whole school career, but the two girls who had taken over her mental space wouldn’t let it happen. Darcy was the first, a pyromaniac with a good heart. When she was Darcy, she could talk to people, she could enjoy their company without stuttering, without anxiety pumping through every inch of her body like it was blood. Being Darcy wasn’t bad until the incident with her twin sister, she set fire to their barn house while she was attending to their horses. She and her mother were both made to believe that Evelyn had died in that fire. After the move to Minnesota Lacey’s mother killed herself on a heroin od. Lacey split once again, a split that would never let her be normal again, a psychopath with a thirst for blood and a hatred towards people.
Katie quickly took over the girls weak body, she cared for Lacey but she couldn’t stop the want to hurt people. It started out as small things, like they all do, dead animals here and there. That didn’t stick for long, the girl ran torment around the high school, she had broken a girls wrist getting her suspended. Her father still beat her but all it did was fuel to Katie’s hatred and anger, it wasn’t until one day after the bell in the art room was a girl picking on Lacey and her’s artwork, did she take over her and eviscerate the girl with the handle of the large paper cutter.
Hyde took a particular liking to Lacey’s case, and stepped in quickly. Saving the girl from going to prison, with the promise that she could make her better. That promise never happened, she just became so far gone that Katie is the only personality that will show herself, and boy does she ever show herself. She has tormented, killed, and manipulated students at this school, and will continue too be the smallest but largest threat at the school.
We decided to make a new chatzy for OOC so certain names wouldn’t be blocked anymore. The password is still the same and so is everyone’s color.
Uh, a character used to be Aaron Johnson and now he’s someone else. Its just an fc and all you have to do is not look at it literally. Its kind of like changing an fc, you’re not going to rp “Omg, you look different. Did you get a new face?” So, with using an old fc, you’re not going to go “Wow, you look like that one dead guy that went here.” Make sense?
From first incarnation? Yes, Tabbie (played Sebastian and Lacey) and Rach (played Sophia) are still around.