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Play-by ➢ Nastya Zhidkova
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|AGE||JOB||HAIR COLOR||EYE COLOR|
|17||No Information||White||Pale blue, almost silvery gray|
AppearanceEverything about Lullaby's appearance is striking and unusual. She was born with albinism, a genetic defect that causes the body to produce little to no melanin, and most people cannot see past that when they look at her. Her hair is white, as are her eyebrows and eyelashes, and her eyes are such a pale blue that in certain light, they appear to be silver or gray. She will never tan, and prolonged time in the sun will cause severe burns with blisters.
If anyone can look past her extreme paleness, they would find thick lashes framing her eyes, and a large round mouth. Her hair, while striking, is thin and lifeless, and so she keeps it in a simple cut that practically styles itself. Her frame is very petite, leaving her at just over 5 feet tall and very thin. Her breasts are small soft mounds that require no support, and her hips are only a little broader than her waist. She dresses in loose materials, high collars, and often stockings; habits from having to keep covered up from the sun.
HistoryJoseph Ibarra, a high school music teacher in Tidewater, was afflicted with the inability to have his own children. After becoming a married man he went through a lot of testing only to discover he was sterile and would never become a biological father. His first wife, Justine, and he still wanted children, and adopted two from the local orphanage before Justine fell pregnant. All of the doctors knew that Joseph couldn't be the father, and reported Justine's infidelity to the proper authorities.
She spent the last six months of her pregnancy in jail at corrections, and when her son was born, was executed. Joseph kept the child, feeling like he owed it to his late wife, and was redrafted a year later. He and his second wife, Monica, adopted three more children, and Lullaby was the last one that they brought home.
She was two when she left the orphanage, and had hardly a memory of it. Her childhood memories are all vague, as though she observed them through a veil of drugs, but she always remembered the children in her home. They were all so different from one another, not a single one like the other because they were all of different parentage. They still behaved as a family would, and loved one another like siblings. Lullaby was always closest to her brother Bolero, or Bo for short, who was only two years her senior.
Being so different from so many others made Lullaby stick out like a sore thumb whenever the family went out together. She always received odd looks from adults, and other children would blatantly stare at her as they passed. it caused her to become shy and nervous around new people, and she often kept her head down to avoid seeing the stares she got. Bo would do his best to shelter her, but white hair on a child is incredibly noticeable. When the family went to the park or the zoo, she was always sticking to the shade or carried a parasol to shelter her from the sun's rays to avoid getting burnt.
When she was ten she started getting terrible headaches that prompted a lot of visits to doctors. An optometrist discovered that she was half blind in one eye, something very common for people with albinism, and she had to start wearing very thick glasses. It took about two years of begging for Lullaby to convince her father to allow her to get contacts. The glasses lowered her self esteem even more, and so Joseph agreed to the more discreet method of vision correction.
On weekends, when everyone was home, before the oldest siblings got drafted, the family would gather in the living room and play instruments and sing together. Joseph had given each child a musical name and made them all learn how to play an instrument, carrying his love of music into their home life. Lullaby's instrument was the flute, though she did take a liking to the harp as she got older. But then the oldest children started to leave, and the musical gatherings happened fewer and farther between. Lullaby was glad to see the others go, as it allotted her more privacy less distractions from her routines.
One part of her routine was board games with Bolero. He became a crucial facet of her life, and when she was home from boarding school much of her spare time was spent with him. All of the children had grown up knowing that none of them were related, and even though there was sibling like love there, Lullaby couldn't help the crush that she developed for Bo. She always looked forward to their time together, whether it was walking around the block on a cloudy day, snuggling on the couch during a movie, or just eating dinner. They're the last two kids left in the house now, her at 17 and he at 19 and due to be drafted around the same time.
With the loss of the sensor bracelet came some new freedoms that Lullaby is afraid to explore, and she hates that she can see the dark color of the microchip through her chalky white skin. She's just taken her exit exam within the last few months, and received her draft packet. She's refused to look at it, not wanting her thoughts to be focused solely on this new man for the next year. She just wants to focus on school, and Bo, and music while she still has some time for just herself.
Birthdate: July 20th
Bad Habits: Has been cutting herself for a little over a year now, and her inner thighs are lined with thin white and purple scars. Licks her lips a lot when nervous, diverts her eyes from other people because she finds attention unsettling.
Turn-Ons: Girl's got a weird blood fetish, and she likes pain.
Turn-Offs: Being stared at and treated like a child. Outdoorsy types.
hair color preference: She typically likes her opposite, and is more drawn to people with dark hair.
eye color preference: Like with hair, she is drawn to dark eyes.
draft position: For
premarriage y/n: No
skinned exclusively for the draft by saramonster
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