[ti]Finished[/ti]Josaphine Locket || District 11 Oct 30, 2017 15:15:44 GMT -7
Post by Josaphine Locket on Oct 30, 2017 15:15:44 GMT -7
Josaphine Pascal LocketBasic Information
NICKNAMES: She goes by Josie
AGE: She is 25 years old
RESIDENCE: She is originally from District 12, but she currently resides in District 11
OCCUPATION: She is now a Peacekeeper
SPECIAL INFO: N/A
FACE CLAIM: Billie Piper
PLAYER ALIAS: SydneyFreestyle
Good afternoon, Ms. Locket. How are you?
I'm fine, thank you. Just ready to get this examination over with.
Understandable. Today, we'll be talking about you. This is the last interview until you are stationed in a district. We're glad to hear that you're on board with us and, as usual, we want to thank you for volunteering to be a Peacekeeper.
Alright, so first, tell me a little about you as a person. We've seen you in training, but to find a good-fitted district for you, we need to know more about your personality.
Yeah? Okay. I'm quite ruthless, if you don't mind me saying. I absolutely hate rebels. I guess I was always born to be a solider.
I see that you didn't become a soldier for the Capitol until eight years in. If you were born to be a soldier, why didn't you join earlier?
I don't want to talk about that.
Okay, we don't have to talk about that. What made you want to be a Peacekeeper? Since you served two years in the war, you would've been able to go home with a decent amount of money and raised a family. At 25, why are you switching over from being a soldier to being a Peacekeeper?
I don't have anything left in District 12. I don't have a family, and I don't have a job. I want to be a Peacekeeper because Panem needs to be strong again. All rebels do is hurt and kill people. I've seen it myself. If I can stop one rebel from hurting someone else, then I will have done my job. I want to do my job as best as I can, without hesitation. I don't have a choice anymore.
What do you mean you don't have a choice? You always have a choice.
You don't always have a choice. Not when you're in my position. Not when you've seen the things I've seen. Not when you've seen hundreds of dead children being killed by some rebels who think they're helping the people of Panem.
Noted. Alright, Ms. Locket. I think I've heard enough. Anything else you'd like to say to the higher ups?
I will do anything to make the country of Panem proud. You have my word.
Thank you, Ms. Locket. You may return to your station.
Yes sir, thank you.