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Played by Josie ➢ Offline
Spouse ➢ Richard Dewey
Play-by ➢ Normani Kordei
➢ Not Sharing Play-by
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PersonalityFelicity was raised well (at least by the Trust's standards), which accounts for much of her kind hearted and gentle nature. She prefers to look on the bright side of things and is eager to please. She believes that being pleasant, accommodating, and subservient to those who hold authority over her (men, older women) is the key to her success. Like many who are crossing the threshold from adolescence to adulthood, she suffers from insecurities regarding many things, most notably her appearance and her place in the world. Though she does her best to be perfect, she is human and subject to jealousy and moodiness. She deals heavily in passive aggression, especially with girls around her age.
AppearanceFelicity is no waif. Genetics blessed her with plentiful curves and a dedication to athletics and dancing in school has given her noticeable definition and muscle. She keeps herself in tip top shape for her future husband while also maintaining her femininity. Being taller than most girls her age is one source of self consciousness for her, so she does her best to make herself look as small as possible. Felicity is meticulous in her personal grooming, generally not feeling her best unless she looks her best. She would love to show off more as a married woman (if her husband allowed it), but right now her styling is more conservative.
HistoryFor as long as she can remember, Felicity's heart has belonged to two different families. There was the one she was born into, unfortunately fractured by an accident that claimed her father's life when she was four, and the one that she found when she was taken in by the Becketts. Both came to be equally important to her and she couldn't imagine a life without them all in it.
The Becketts, specifically the eldest daughter and her husband, had been close friends with her parents. Close enough that they agreed to take Felicity in should anything ever happen. Her biological parents had both been orphans and, lacking families they could trust their baby girl with, they chose friends as the next best thing.
When Franklin was killed in an explosion at the lab where he was working, Dana was devastated. Widowhood was a major adjustment for her and it took a long time before her life regained some semblance of normalcy. In the meantime, she was relieved that Felicity was in good, steady hands.
The transition to the Beckett household was gentle enough for Felicity to adjust without many complications. While maintaining a close relationship with her mother, she also latched onto her new set of adoptive parents, siblings, and cousins. By the time she was fitted with her bracelet and sent to school, she had settled in nicely.
With both her biological and adoptive mother stressing the importance of school, Felicity was eager to do well and make them proud. She naturally excelled in arts, crafts, and classes that let her move or practice the skills she would need later in life. Other subjects were a struggle, but she wasn't shy about asking for help or taking on extra work to help bolster her grades.
Life was uneventful until her adoptive father died. She was old enough to be seriously affected by her grief and she clung even more desperately to her patchwork family as they mourned. Her performance in school suffered a brief dip while she worked through her sadness.
She was adopted again by another Beckett, Anson, and when he took her in, she also took the Beckett family name. There was a long talk about togetherness and what changing her name would signify. Felicity was unsure at first, afraid her biological mother would see it as an attempt to shut her out or replace her, but she approved in the end. She kept her husband's name for the both of them.
The loss of Anson's wife, Deanna, extended the rough patch, but they got through it.
Felicity continued to grow, blossoming into a bright young woman increasingly eager for the day when she too would be drafted. Her grades and score on her exit exam (95) ensured a marriage at eighteen. With her draft date on the horizon, she's focused on making sure she's ready to meet all the challenges of marriage and be a wife her husband can be proud of.
Dana Jackson - mother
Franklin Jackson - father - d. 2178
"Delta" Beckett (adopted 2178)
Anson Beckett (adopted 2185)
Birthdate: August 4th, 2174
Bad Habits: Criticizing herself too harshly, pretending to like things when she does not for the sake of others
Turn-Ons: She will try to mold her tastes to fit what her husband wants
Turn-Offs: She does not like the idea of roughness or being used for sex, but she would not say no if it was what her husband wanted
hair color preference: No Information
eye color preference: No Information
draft position: For
premarriage y/n: No
skinned exclusively for the draft by saramonster
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