The city, of course.
Theme Song: UnendingEmpire - Lavender Syndrome
Purple (dyed, natural color is black)
State of Mind:
Perception of Strangers:
How do they live their lives?
Perception of Friends:
I don't want them to die.
Perception of Enemies:
Nothing some friendly competition won't fix.
All life is precious, and nobody understands that until it is too late.
"It's not about how good or bad your life is, or how great your death was. What matters is how your life is lived, and if you're happy with it when your time comes. I can't stand people who live for others. I'd beat them to a pulp."
Lavender, despite a somewhat girly name, is a boyish girl through-and-through. She's an enthusiast of competition with a particular fondness for the paranormal, and while she may not seem to care much for other people, her love for the ones she does care about is second to none. She seems to have problems trusting others, though, and can become very paranoid from time to time. Let it also be noted that Lavender shows a vicious amount of envy when she sees people having a good time with others, especially with family.
One last distinguishing trait about Lavender is her massive phobia of heights, especially when standing at a cliff. Simply being high above the ground will cause her boyish personality to break apart, revealing a cowardly person instead who does everything she can to get away from a high place.
If she's bored, Lavender will usually resort to some kind of no-good shenanigans to get back to her usual entertained state.
The paranormal, mythology, theology, small groups
Crowds, math, science, chocolate, solitude
Chance of Liking Somebody:
Chance of Disliking Somebody:
Chance of Loving Somebody:
Chance of Hating Somebody:
Lavender was born the youngest of nine siblings, living in a very cramped household that consisted of herself, five brothers, three sisters, a mother, a father, and two uncles. With so many guys in the household, Lavender took more to their ways than those of the girls, and before long, the boys in her neighborhood could almost call her one of the guys. The only thing stopping those words was that pesky lack of a Y chromosome. Even so, she got along with all and everybody, and everybody got along with her in return. Indeed, Lavender's entertained smile never faded.
Until the worst happened not long after Lavender's 18th birthday. All at once, the Zydro household lost all of its income, and with thirteen people in one house, things got really bad really fast. About a week into the financial breakdown, Lavender's oldest brother was found in his room, dead, hanging from a rope by the neck. Grief and despair spread, and days later, the rest of the Zydro family started dropping like flies. Jumping off a high cliff, hanging from rope, drowning themselves, the entire family except Lavender committed mass suicide with different methods from one person to the next. It left a horrible emotional scar on Lavender, but she did her best to hide it.
With everybody who knew her giving condolences for the family she was trying to not think about, it was hard to hide her grief and sorrow. For a few days, she became extremely introverted, and some rumors had spread that even Lavender was ready to end it all. The result was far from what was expected. Instead of killing herself, Lavender ran away, pretty much across the entire city, to try and start a new life. One full of laughter and love, just like the one she used to live. Five months in, and...well, she's not dead at least.
Her family's mass suicide sometimes leaves Lavender with nightmares (sometimes daydreams) of committing suicide herself. She always awakens in tears and horror.
Lavender is too quick to fall in love, primarily because she's subconsciously trying to replace her family members with people she meets along her travels. This makes her frequent moving hard on her.
Takes up odd jobs
Live the best life possible
Be loved again
Lavender puts a massive effort into keeping her family's death a secret, mostly because anybody who found out felt sorry for her, which she didn't want at all.