: Ulyana Nazarenko.Nicknames
: Tsarevna (the princess); Ana.
I am a Puppy
: 17 - "I'm nearly 18, leave me alone!".Likes
: Her brother; being outside; treats; resting; being praised; porn; hair-pulling, and rough sex.Dislikes
: her father; her stepmother; especially her stepmother; being trapped inside; shouting; violence.Personality
: slightly naive and very sheltered, she's also very eager to explore the world and experience new things. She strongly resents her father and step-mother for her childhood, and has developed a rebellious streak in response to that. Her wealthy, privileged upbringing has given her an appreciation for the finer things in life, especially when it comes to clothing. She works out alot, and watches TV - mostly cheap reality TV, and the like. The only nerdy thing she sees on TV is Star Trek; she used to watch with her brother, and the episodes remind her of a happier time.
Due to her upbringing, she is somewhat sexually repressed. With only one boyfriend, her sex-life has been infrequent and disappointing. Most of her outlets have been Internet porn and fantasy, leading to a strange combination of hopeless romance and rough sex. Her ideal is that one day, Prince Charming would come to find her, armed with a quick wit and nipple clamps, to rescue her from her life.Backstory
: Like her brother, her experience of their family growing up was that love was rare, but money flowed freely. Her father spoiled her with gifts, but rarely gave her any attention. Worse than that, he would frequently dismiss her dreams or achievements. On one particularly memorable occasion, he had even gone so far as to tell her that she should focus only on looking pretty, and marrying a wealthy man who could "advance the family interests". To that end, he had often invited the sons of politicians and other wealthy magnates had been to dinner, or held lavish parties where guests would fawn over her, all in an attempt to convince her to become a dutiful trophy-wife for some powerful friend-in-the-making. Invariably, Ulyana had shrugged off their affections.
Perhaps the greatest crime her father committed, though, was marrying their step-mother. Shortly after banishing her brother - the only person Ulyana ever thought truly cared for or understood her - Pavlo had proceeded to marry a young model who had found fame on one of the cheap shows that Ulyana watched. Her new step-mother was barely more than a decade older than her, insufferably vain, and seemed to only care about Pavlo, or herself.
Perhaps he had hoped that his new wife would help his daughter to find a husband, but if that had been the plan, it had backfired horribly. Instead, Ulyana's new step-mother seemed to resent her. Shopping trips became an excuse to call Ulyana fat or ugly or unfashionable, while trips to beauty salons or spas would be spent detailing every flaw in her step-daughter's beauty regime, hair-care, or nails. Even when they were at home, she would cause trouble, often lying to Pavlo about Ulyana's bad behaviour. Despite frequent protests and begging, Ulyana had never managed to convince her father that her step-mother was lying, or that she was the real victim.
Eventually, she began acting out, avoiding her father and step-mother, partying as late as she can, and generally trying to punish them both with her behaviour. She also tries to take up modelling, as a way of proving her step-mother's cruel words wrong.
Everything she did was calculated to annoy her father, whether it was being pictured with blacks or foreigners at clubs, or ditching her bodyguards and disappearing for hours at a time, or even abandoning her hobbies. Previously, Ulyana had played the piano well, and was talented at art. She gave up both, devoting herself to spending as much money as she could. Even that never seemed to faze him; one day, after spending almost a million dollars in one vast spending spree, she had told her father of the costs he could expect. He had shown almost no emotion, merely nodding to indicate he had heard her. Nothing Ulyana did seemed to truly upset him, which only made her more resentful.
As it was, the deep resentment that Ulyana felt on her father's death was rivaled only by the joy she felt when she knew that she would see her brother again. She assumes that the trip is Victor's idea, and travels with no idea of the purpose of the Island. Her father's will never even enters her head, let alone the surprising conditions written within it.
She's entirely new to pet-play, and although she's likely to resist at first, the conditions of the will and the bond between the siblings ensure that she will try her best to please her brother.