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Setting

Date:
February, 2019
Season:
Summer
School Status:
Tallygarunga: Term One, VMU: Summer Break

House Points

Sturt
0
Flinders
0
Spencer
0
Bourke
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An AU non-canon Harry Potter-inspired forum roleplay set in Australia.

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    Hailey Kennedy

    Tallygarunga Student - Sixth Year Sturt
    16 year old Halfblood Fae
    Legal Name: Hailey Summer Kennedy
    Current Age: 16
    Birthdate: January 8th, 2003
    Blood Status: Halfblood
    Species: Fae
    Wanted For:  Lisa Knotley
    Position: Tallygarunga Student - Sixth Year Sturt
    Suggested Play-by: Zoë Kravitz
    Listing Type: Wanted Character Post
    Locations: Tallygarunga
    Contact Member:  Kirupachi
    • Name & PB are negotiable;
    • She is a registered halfbreed of some sort, Fae as a default;
    • She is a Sturt House member - please verify with a staff member to see if her final profile would be drafted into the House before actually applying for review;
    • Used to be in the dueling club and isn't in it anymore;
    • Does she still hold a grudge? Does she want to forgive her? Does she want her best friend back? Does she want to humiliate her in return? So many possibilities;
    • Anything else is up to you.

    Hailey is a young woman who's endured a lot of discrimination due to her known status as a halfbreed over the years, and it made her thoroughly value ever relationship she has - whether it be family or friends. She's a very polite young woman, to the point one would think she studied in Penrose rather than Tallygarunga at first glance. She's also very even-tempered, and it's very hard to get a rise out of her: she isn't the type to argue or enter any type of conflict at all, opting to be as understanding as she can of their situation. She doesn't take betrayal very well, having trouble comprehending why people can be so two-faced. She's not very outwardly emotive either, as she learned that's an easy way for others to pick on her from an early age.

    During the fourth school year, after her senior dorm roommate left, Hailey was roomed with newcomer Lisa Knotley, a transfer student from Penrose. The two seemed to click instantly, and they helped each other - Lisa served as pretty much a bodyguard to anyone wanting to get under Hailey's skin with their disparaging remarks, and the halfbreed helped the blonde with the grief over losing her father. They became very close very quickly, to the point they were best of friends and inseparable.

    However, no matter how close they were, something was changing. Lisa's upbeat, positive personality was slowly morphing with a virulently ambitious streak and obsession with results in every area of her life. This ultimately culminated during the race to Dueling Club Captain - a bunch of folks decided they'd only consider Lisa for the position if she were to defeat Hailey in combat, not thinking she'd go against the girl she strove to protect thus far. Not only were they wrong, but Lisa, being the overachiever she was at that point, defeated Hailey in a brutal fashion to make a point, humiliating her with the defeat in front of the four House's clubs. This made it so she became the Captain, but it came at a price - Hailey, feeling betrayed by someone she held dear and very conflicted with the devotion she still felt for her friend, decided to cut contact and moved to another dormitory room.

    At first, Lisa didn't seem to regret her actions one bit publicly, which made Hailey go as far as completely avoiding her and quitting the club; but as time went on, the blonde didn't seem so boastful about it at all, leading many to wonder if she regretted it. One thing's for sure, she was too proud to approach Hailey about it - nothing past the occasional lingering look. Not a word. In the meantime, Hailey herself has had a lot of time to digest the situation. How does she feel about it? Maybe it's time to do something about it.

    • Dealing with discrimination for being a registered halfbreed is always fun, isn't it? Especially with your best friend out the window.
       
    • Speaking of best friends, perhaps it's time she confronted Lisa for the sake of closure - for better or worse, depending on how she feels about the whole thing one year later.
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