Secret Identity \\\ Jealous Angel D & Invader Len
Misty Stone / Matthew
16 years old
Biography: Misty is the only child and sole heir to Stone Industries. However, it was never her dream to follow her father and keep up the family business. Rather than enjoying math and business, Misty took comfort in the arts and theater. So she did her best to get good grades and make friends, but she didn’t want to live an extravagant life spending all of her days in meetings and sitting in front of a computer. So she made a bet with her father – however, she now wonders if she’ll be able to fulfill it as she doesn’t have much experience hanging with or being a guy.
Personality: Misty is often just happy and content with what she has. She always gives 110% to everything she does. If she sets her mind to it, or gives her word, nothing will stop her from accomplishing what she needs to do.
She had always loved the name Misty. It was simple yet unique. Never had she complained to her parents and wished to have a new name. However, here she was trying to pass as a guy. While her acting skills may pass her off as a guy, her name surely wouldn’t. A guy named Misty just wasn’t normal and she didn’t need that kind of attention. However, she had answered to that name for sixteen years – it would be difficult to go by any other name. After some consideration she decided upon the name Matthew. Her luggage was all initialized and the like so it was best to stick with a first name that began with M. There were enough Stone’s in the world that she felt comfortable enough keeping her name.
And so Matthew Stone was one of the new kids at school – which wasn’t all too strange. She had cut her red hair short and she tried to put on an attitude of not caring. If she didn’t seem approachable it would be easier to get through the year of school. Moving through the hallways of the dorm, Misty kept her attention on her phone. Her thumb moved across the keypad as she typed out a message to the friends she had left behind. It would have only caused problems if she had not continued to keep contact with them. Of course perhaps it wasn’t her best decision – however as long as she kept her phone and conversations away from her fellow students there would be no problem.
Finding her dorm room, she opened the door and sluggishly made her way inside as she kept her eyes on her phone.