((Okay, I reread the front page as there was some new information and am going to resubmit an edit. I'm keeping the line about her desire to seek the truth in life mainly because of what I read on the front page. I added more information to her personality but didn't really change it. I'm going to make her father a Morimoto employee, an accountant for one of their companies.))Player:
Eighteen years and one dayPosition:
Yukiko knows very little about sex, or what her preferences are. She would tend to think herself more dominant as she is more or less used to getting her own way. Yukiko could not see herself being dominated and liking it, but she has never been in such a position before. She finds most men repulsive, in general she finds most people repulsive though. Her attitude toward her own sexuality has been ambivalent, as she has taken a wait and see approach to finding a boy. The only boy she ever really did like hasn't been around for five years, and has never written back to her. Deep down she is a romantic with a very defined view of true love and how sexual relationships ought to be approached upon within it.Appearance:
Yukiko is slender, a late bloomer who's now nearly D-cup breasts prove just a little too big for her frame. This combined with her toned waist and neatly curved hips combined to make her a very desirable for the high school boys. She dyes her long hair blonde, and is always meticulous about touching up her roots so none of her original dark reddish brown hair shows. Her forest green eyes usually give away her apathy, but behind them is a grim determination to always seek the truth. Her lips are thin and pale, not the most kissable among the girls. It is very hard to get her to break from her stoic expression. Personality:
Yukiko is thoughtful and analytical person. She does not readily open up to people as she is serious and shy. Most times she is stoic about things, but can show bursts of emotion. Even when she really cares, she'll try to act like she could care less, even to the people she cares about the most. This has caused her some pain because of the distance it brings between her and her relatives and friends. It also makes some of her actions seem irrational because of the gaps between what she says and does. Her biggest flaw is that she likes to sleep a lot, so if she's not interested in a lecture she'll nod off instead of trying to pay attention, and she can tend to oversleep over in the mornings to her embarrassment. She holds loyalties and animosities very strongly. She has a strong desire to search out the reality of things, to know the truth no matter how repulsive she finds it. Yukiko is a bit moody, if she can bought out of her shell she can be playfully aggressive, a bit of a born leader, but she is also stubborn, persistent, and argumentative. She is never anti-social, but is very reserved when her defenses are up.Background:
Being born to an upper-middle class small family meant that Yukiko lacked for very little growing up. As a child she was very outgoing and playful, and made a lot of friends. She was one of the most popular girls in school and excelled at everything. It was when her father moved and she was forced away from the town she grew up that things changed. As a twelve year old, she barely ever came out of her room and slept all the time. She hated her parents for making her move away, hated the new town, hated her new school, and felt an intense loss at losing all her friends. Her grades plummeted, and she even had to drop out of school after becoming violently ill.
But she came out of it and went back to school, though she was never the same, she maintained a distance from everyone because she was afraid to make new friends lest she betray her old ones, or if she just had to leave again. At the age of sixteen her father had the opportunity to work as an accountant for a business run by the Morimotos, and her family moved again, just as she was starting to get comfortable with life in her new setting. It was then that she ran away from home. She was only gone a few days, she had gone back to her hometown to find that the people she obsessed over had moved own and barely even knew who she was. She resolved herself, went back home, and died her hair blonde.
In high school she started to excel again, as the only thing permanent seemed to be grades. She made a few friends, but would never let herself get close even when her feelings ran deep. Still, she remained especially distant and sarcastic with her parents, both her mother and her father, who she still secretly blamed for ruining her life.Purpose at Arcadia:
Unbeknownst to Yukiko, her fathers increasing tastes for the finer things in life led him to embezzling money from employers pension funds of the pharmaceutical company he was charged with keeping the books for, as well as the company health care accounts.
His theft of company funds was soon discovered by the Morimotos, it seemed his fortunes would take a turn for the worse and the family would lose everything. But there was a way out, he could have all his crimes forgiven, be saved from jail, and even have the stolen funds converted into a low interest loan, all he had to do is give up his only daughter to St. Arcadia Academy. He wouldn't see her for a long time, but it was a prestigious academy that would prepare a gifted girl like her to achieve the highest goals. The decision was a rather easy one.
Yukiko would not be informed of why she was going away, except to be told that this was a chance of a lifetime. Once again, it was simply another betrayal from her parents, she was getting used to them kicking her around and never consulting her. It was her father's choice, but she would go St. Arcadia and give it a chance. After all, he was just looking out to see that she received the best possible education, right?