Having both hurt others by accident and been hurt - rather severely - accidentally, Mackenzie has become very gentle in her dealings with others, both physically and otherwise. Her interactions with her students tend towards the more motherly, compassionate and caring at all times but stern when she feels that she needs to be - especially when it comes to the safety of her students, who are often quite surprised at how their usually gentle teacher snaps at them when she catches them being reckless. While the young are convinced that nothing bad can happen to them, Mackenzie knows differently and will not allow her children to hurt themselves through their own stupidity if she has any say in the matter.Country of Origin:
Mackenzie was always a big girl, stronger than even she usually remembered or knew how to handle and accidents were quite commonplace, although luckily no one ended up seriously hurt because of her clumsiness and lack of control. Her introduction to the world of sports was rocky at first, her bulk and strength gave her definite advantages in several sports, but her lack of control more often than not held her back, and most traditional female sports lacked any real appeal for her.
Until she was introduced to Australian Rules Football. While the sport definitely made use of her size, it demanded precision and control and after losing once - in an especially humiliating game - Mackenzie threw herself into improving her skills and discovered her passion for the game. Between her natural abilities and her almost fanatical devotion to training and practicing, her skill improved dramatically as she moved from friendly matches with her friends to school and even national tournaments, competing in four national under 17 tournaments and being a substantial force in winning two of them. Only her drifting towards rugby during her few years at a certain school for prodigies prevented her from a proper career in the AFL, but more controlled than the before, she was as much a force to be reckoned with in her new field as her earlier one, and, if anything, the wider range of international fixtures - not to mention that rugby was an Olympic sport AFL wasn't - allowed her to pursue an even fuller career, with numerous matches at all levels, including an Olympic gold.
Unfortunately, rugby is a sport where injuries can happen and while she had grown used to the odd knock and occasional injury, the combination of a bad tackle and being caught under two other players ended her career. Mackenzie's leg healed up fine, but the news that, due to a few feet going in the wrong place, she was probably never going to have children hit her hard and she left the sporting world. At least until she was approached by her old school to teach the next generation of girls and boys. Initially hesitant, she soon found that her maternal instincts flared up around the students and has since become happy in her new role nurturing these young boys and girls.Sexual Preferences:
Bi, leaning more towards lesbianAppearance:
The one on the left.