Name: Olivia Constantinou
Description: Olivia is a petite girl, standing below five feet tall. She seems frail at first glance because of her stature, but is in fact very muscular and fit. She has dark brown locks that fall halfway down her back in ringlets, even when she doesn't bother to tame her curls. Her almond eyes are so dark that they seem black, but aren't entirely striking because they blend beautifully with her olive toned skin. She has been told since she was young that she is beautiful, but it has almost always been out of jealousy, so she has come to believe that her beauty is something to be ashamed of. As a result, she slouches, and tries to hide her face behind her long bangs. She wears cargo pants and sweatshirts the majority of the time as another attempt to hide herself. Because she uses art as an outlet, her clothes are often stained or paint splattered. Only once in her life has Olivia ever worn makeup.
Personality: Quiet and reserved, Olivia often comes off as a snob. She wishes to have so little to do with those around her that she will, without realizing that she is being rude, end a conversation so that she can be in solitude. She had no friends as a child, and thus didn't really learn what was appropriate when interacting with those around her. She enjoys being alone far more than she enjoys the company of others, and she doesn't understand why people think she's witchy. However, when she becomes attached to another person, she will do anything in her power to protect that person. She is capable of great love, and would be a valuable friend...if only she could open up enough to let anyone that deeply into her life. As it is, Olivia is a loner, and doesn't care much for the general population.
Brief History: Olivia has been thrown around the foster system since she was found in an alley in Chinatown, D.C. when she was a newborn. One would have thought that she, as a baby, would have been adopted quickly, but she didn't have any such luck. Most of the families that Olivia has been with have only kept her for the monthly check. She has experienced everything in the foster system from starvation to abuse. The rough life has affected Olivia's personality deeply, but she doesn't outwardly seem to have any emotional or physical scars. Perhaps there is something repressed inside of her, but there is nothing on her surface that could reveal her dark past. Only months before her sixteenth birthday, Olivia was moved to the Orphanage. Olivia was shocked about the transfer, since she didn't know that orphanages still existed, and her current family had given no hints that they would be giving her away. It was how the foster system went, though, and Olivia left willingly. Once inside of the orphanage, Olivia met one of the young men that she had often worked out with at a boxing gym that she had frequented since she was thirteen. He admitted to her that he had spoken to Lynden about her, and he was the one who got her into the home. Soon after, Olivia discovered what this place really was. By the time she turned sixteen, Olivia was on the streets; she had been all too easy to train, most likely because of her prior trained fighting experience both in the gym and on the streets.
Position: Street fighter (because she is relatively new both to the home and to fighting for Lynden, she doesn't really have a title or rank or anything)
Strengths: Since fighting (alongside painting and drawing) has always been an escape for Olivia, she is a very strong addition to the team physically. She is well versed in gun control and safety, though it is not her weapon of choice. She is much stronger at hand to hand combat, and is most comfortable with switchblades.
Weaknesses: Being such a loner, Olivia isn't a great team player. She probably wouldn't feel much if anyone in the group were hurt, and wouldn't go out of her way to help if it would cut into the task at hand. She definitely doesn't have a no man left behind mentality, and doesn't like to take orders, especially when she thinks that she knows her superior is wrong.