Name: Selki Bloom
-Weight: 115 lbs
Sexuality: Hetro, with girl-crushes.
- Astral Travel
- Transmogrification: Seal
Position: First year student
Personality: A quiet, studious girl, Selki is shy by nature and will often blush three shades of red if called on in class. Timid, to a fault, it's often easy to forget she's even in the room; the quintessential wallflower. She has an artistic side, an obscure sense of humour which results in a tendency to laugh at the most inopportune moments, and feels the most free when in water.
Bio: Selki is the progeny of academic parents; her entire life has been spent in libraries, museums, galleries and other centres of various academia magika so that they could further their own personal studies while she sat by their side. She was shushed so often, due to the surroundings and need for intense concentration on their part, that her parents made her feel invisible. It was, in sitting alone, that she developed a talent for animating inanimate objects, to establish kinships that were sorely lacking and found liberty in transforming into a seal to explore the depths of the coastline off of Ireland.
Selki took advantage of her confined library surroundings to explore books on the shelves in the restricted section; it was in one of them she found a tome on astral travel. Her experience in astral travelling sometimes has some unexpected results; one time she went to sleep dreaming of exploring a school, only to hear from news-of-the-world a week later that a ghost child was seen wandering the halls of an elementary school in Big Spring, Texas bearing a description that was eerily similar to her own.
Now, of an age to be sent for schooling outside of the "home" variety, she has enrolled in Feylorien College and is nervous about what experiences will come of being around others her own age.
- Socially inept; never really knows how to react to others.
- Inexperienced with hexes/curses/charms*; limited to simple potions and basic spells for defense*
(*subject to change through furthering education and experience gained in play.)