[ti]Finished[/ti]Quinta Keene || District 7 Oct 5, 2017 17:35:27 GMT -7
Post by Deleted on Oct 5, 2017 17:35:27 GMT -7
Quinta Candace KeeneBasic Information
RESIDENCE: District 7
SPECIAL INFO: n/a
FACE CLAIM: Luca Hollestelle
PLAYER ALIAS: posmeFreestyle
Quinta is very oblivious. She doesn’t quite take things as seriously as they should be taken, unless someone says straight out that the thing they’re referring to, is in fact bad. She gets of-task quite a bit, and while very hard-working her mind tends to wander off to other lands, not quite focused unless someone says she absolutely needs to be, in which she’ll try her best to listen and focus.
Quinta was the youngest in a family of five children. Her youngest years was surrounded with seeing her parents and older siblings work hard at their jobs, always coming home complaining about how their arms ache or how much work they had to do. Young Quinta thought that’s just how being an adult is, and would continue playing with the younger of her four other siblings.
When the war hit, there was no more coming home complaining about how much work they had to do that day. Because they weren’t there at all, her two oldest siblings and father were off, to fight in the war. Quinta now would say that most of her childhood consisted of hiding whenever her mother or teacher at school told her too, and shutting up until they told her and the others they told it was okay.
Quinta, on the other hand, was oblivious to how serious the war was. It was just a little bump in the road to her, something bad that would pass soon enough. Her classmates flickered in and out of school, different days being out and in, and she was one of those classmates that flickered in and out of class, some days not even showing up and just staying at home.
Once she heard the war had officially ended, only her oldest sibling returned, and he returned injured and later died after getting severely sick, merely a month or two after he returned. Quinta idolized almost anyone she thought was smarter, older, or tougher than her, so the lose of him was really heavy on her. After seeing how Quinta’s brother’s death affected her, her mom thought it would be best if she didn’t know that her other sibling and her father had died as well.
Within the next few months leading up to where she is now, Quinta’s mother had as well fallen severely ill, and once it was clear that she was in no shape to take care of them and was on her deathbed, Quinta and her only remaining sibling were off to live in a nearby orphanage, which they now called their home.