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Reagan Wolfe; Back from the dead (Why did I do this)
Topic Started: Sep 21 2015, 10:29 AM (208 Views)
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Name: Reagan Wolfe
Gender: Female
Age: 18
Grade:12th
School: Cochise High School
Hobbies and Interests: Reading, student government, track and field, stuffed animals, healthy cooking

Appearance: Standing at a statuesque 6 foot even, and weighing 164 pounds, Reagan stands out in a crowd. She is fit and muscular, with a slender frame, though she does have curvy thighs and an average-sized bust. Her pale blonde hair is kept in a ponytail knotted at the nape of her neck, though her bangs are meticulously trimmed straight and generally worn to just above her eyebrows. Reaganís hair is naturally frizzy, but she uses a number of care products to counteract this. Her eyes are ice blue and almond-shaped, and Reagan wears a small pair of glasses to correct her farsightedness. Reaganís eyebrows are delicate and arched, her nose is small and pointed and her ears are unremarkable. Reaganís face is reasonably attractive, if not stand-out, with a pointed chin and a heart-shaped face. Ethnically Caucasian, her skin is tanned from her time outdoors, and her skin is kept clear of blemishes with various beauty products.

Reagan primarily wears comfortable and practical clothing, preferring long sleeve shirts and jeans. When abducted, she wore a red turtleneck and blue jeans, black converse shoes and a heart-shaped locket on a silver chain. Other than that, she wears no makeup or jewelry, since she doesnít care to draw attention to her looks. Reagan is right-handed and has excellent posture.

Biography: The eldest of David and Cara Wolfe, Reaganís early childhood was defined by her home life. Her parents were young and well-off, her mother being a stockbroker. Unfortunately, in 2001 the Enron scandal broke, and in the collapse the family lost a massive amount of money, and Cara was laid off.

As a result, both were unemployed, David having never attended college, and were living off of welfare. Both proud, Reaganís parents lived in a poor part of Kingman and refused financial support from their families and only took government money reluctantly. The two had been financially devastated by the Enron scandal, and were unable to find work.

At 4 years old, Reagan was forced to move from her suburban house to a small apartment in a shady part of town. In addition, her parentsí relationship became strained, as their low economic standing was a source for spats and quarrels. Thus, Reagan spent most of her young childhood out of the home, and by age 6 was a frequent visitor to the local library. She loved the sense of discovery books provided, and was fascinated by all different genres, especially mysteries and romance novels as she got older.

When Reagan was 6 years old, her mother unexpectedly became pregnant and was soon found to be carrying triplets. Giving birth to Mark, Drew and Lisa was straining to Cara, and this coupled with her stress from bills and raising four kids caused her to develop a chronic conversion syndrome, experiencing impaired vision which, despite treatment, led to frequent hospitalizations and a general inability to get work. Meanwhile, David worked several temporary jobs before getting work at a grocery store. The family managed financially, but still received government aid.

Because her mother was ill and her father was working, it often fell to Reagan to take care of the infants and the familyís apartment. By the time she was 10, Reagan was the cook, cleaner and babysitter for her younger siblings, and her desire to care for them was genuine, though she resented her parents for heaping responsibility on her.

As Reagan got older, she spent most of her time reading when she wasnít caring for her siblings or doing school work. Her quiet and studious nature at school meant she mostly avoided attention, and what she did get was mostly the occasional teasing and bullying, which she responded to with calmness. However, she never let the negative attention phase her, and ironically being treated badly gave Reagan a bit of an ego. She felt that bullies and those who would abuse someone like her were simply unintelligent or inferior to her. She did have a few friends of those with similar interests, though she struggled to find time to spend with them outside of school.

As she aged, Reagan got lonely; she was a social person by nature, preferring to be around people. She wanted to have a life outside her home and school, and over time gradually opened up. She started being more social, acting friendlier to others and working to give herself a positive image. When she got to high school, Reagan joined the track team as a sprinter. She was not an exceptional athlete at the time, but she wanted to stay healthy and thought itíd be a good social experience to meet new people. While not the best runner by any means, she is skilled and is in good shape from it, though she can often become overly invested in winning and struggles to deal with defeat.

Another aspect of Reaganís life was influenced by her desire to stay healthy and keep her family the same; cooking. For a long time, meals at home primarily consisted of either frozen dinners, fast food, or whatever she could make, usually simple foods like toast or eggs. As Reagan matured, she realized that this was not a good habit, and started looking online and in her motherís old cookbooks. She started practicing and preparing healthy meals. While rough at first, her skills were honed by regular practice, and Reagan is now a solid cook.

As people got to know her better, Reagan became more popular, as she strived to polish her image and act personably and polite. While not exceptionally cheerful, Reagan has a level head and a good intellect, and is good at making conversation. She took advantage of this when she became interested in student government; an ambitious person by nature, Reagan wanted to prove herself, as well as to make what she saw as necessary changes. Starting as just a member, she managed to get elected to treasurer. She made a point of signing up for every election and every volunteer project in school, and campaigned hard, aiming for the position of student council president. She takes pride in her work and strives to do things well, but often struggles with nerves when she's concerned about how well she will do on it.

A softer side of Reagan has always been visible in her love of stuffed animals. Born from a deep fondness for a teddy bear, given by her mother, named Mickey, Reagan has slowly built up a large collection of stuffed toys. She keeps these in her room, proudly on display; she has no shame in this hobby, and merely dismisses any mockery she might receive. These are often a source of comfort when she is struggling with doubt or anxiety, and she's been known to use them as an audience for venting about her self-doubts.

A calm, if somewhat cold person, Reagan has always been mature for her age. She is goal-oriented, hard-working and intelligent, and rarely loses her temper. She has an arrogant streak, though, and tends to look down on less ambitious or people she feels donít work as hard as her. She tries to not show it because she knows people wonít respect her if she openly dislikes them; instead, she keeps feelings like this bottled up. It most often came out on the track team, where she often pushed herself to exhaustion training, fearing failure and inferiority.

However, when she doesnít care about someoneís opinion, she rarely treats them with full respect, and is often passive-aggressive in her disdain, thinking of them as inferior and criticizing their flaws. Reagan is extremely ambitious, but has a bit of an inferiority complex; she looks down on others, but she fears being like people she dislikes, so she constantly strives harder and harder to achieve more to prove sheís good enough. Reagan has struggled a lot through her life, and she doesnít want to let people down.
With consistently excellent grades, Reagan is a star student; she favors English since she gets to read in it, though she has no subject she particularly hates and works extremely hard on all of them. She has a modest social circle, since she tends to put on a faÁade of friendliness towards people in general. She has a few close friends whom she trusts and cares for deeply, and they are some of the only ones who generally know how she really feels. Reagan has plenty of enemies, however, mostly people who she doesnít like and who have subsequently received her ire.

Reaganís siblings are very important to her. Lisa, Drew and Mark look up to and respect their big sister, though they prefer to play with friends their age than to interact with her socially. Reagan is more like a motherly figure than a sister, and she treats them with a firm but gentle hand. She loves the three deeply and is very protective of them, especially Lisa, who is more gentle and quiet than her rambunctious brother Drew or bossy Mark. Reaganís parents are still distant and temperamental, and Reagan regards them with suspicion at best, feeling that she has been forced to deal with their mistakes. She likes to think sheís done a better job as a parent than they have, and is prone to arguments over how to do certain things.

Reagan intends to attend Harvard to study law, become a lawyer, and hopefully get into politics, though for now the latter idea is just a daydream to her. She is ambitious, though, and thinks one day she may achieve this. For now, though, she sees few options besides staying home to care for her siblings, a situation that she has opted into which nonetheless frustrates her.

Advantages: Reagan is fairly bright and good at taking charge in situations. In addition, she is fit and tall, and may be able to overpower less athletic students. She is good at diplomacy and is skilled at staying cool in arguments.
Disadvantages: A judgmental and occasionally rude personality is a major turn-off for most people, so people who have seen this side of Reagan is will often dislike her. Many people donít think as highly of Reagan as she does, and this may be her downfall. Most importantly, Reaganís self-doubt and anxiety, while repressed, could come up at a critical moment.
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You know, I've done some soul-searching and I think I'll be saving Reagan for a future version. Consider this profile abandoned, apologies for any inconvenience.
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