See Death In Their Eyes and Blood On Their Cheeks
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Claratrix LeChatham

Another heavily edited profile! Will the real creator please stand up?

Name: Nema Redfered

Gender: Female

Age: 12

District: 7

Appearance: Medium-length brown hair, dark brown eyes. She has tan skin and a small figure, but is surprisingly strong.

Personality: A real piece of work, a nasty little kid, through and through. She feels like she is above everybody else. When she is home alone, she messes around with her kitchen knives, so she thinks she's an expert.

Strengths: As before, she is very strong, but unwilling to put her strength to any good use. She can handle a light knife.

Weaknesses: Hugely overestimates herself. She doesn't understand why she's "so bad" with the Capitol knives. She's not used to a well-weighted knife, and has no sense of aim.

Strategy: Get up in other young people's faces so that they'll listen to her. She'd like an alliance of younger people, but would just desert anyone if the mood struck her.

Family and friends: No mother, but her father, Lenna Redfered, has no control over her. All her friends are just as bad as she is.

District token: An old charm bracelet.

More depth/a small intro coming later. :)

5/25/2010 . Edited 5/26/2010 #1
Penelope Wendy Bing

She sounds like bad kid. I pity you for now being stuck with her.

5/25/2010 #2
Penelope Wendy Bing

I liked it. She's got a very distinctive personality.

5/31/2010 #3
Penelope Wendy Bing

Do you think this nasty daughter of yours is going to grow on you provided you don't have to deal with her directly?

5/31/2010 #4
Penelope Wendy Bing

On the upside, you won't be sad to see her die.

5/31/2010 #5
Penelope Wendy Bing

You mean you don't love Lace and Pierce?

6/1/2010 #6
Penelope Wendy Bing

Oh yeah, I can see that. Most of my love for my kids is built on how developed they are through our joking fan discussions of them.

6/2/2010 #7
Penelope Wendy Bing

I really don't love Jamie very much. I wish I could but I don't. The bare truth of it is she's not mine and I want one of my children to win. She's a lovely girl and I'm going to be very sad when she dies, but I don't truly love her. I'm a horrible adoptive mother.

6/2/2010 #8
Penelope Wendy Bing

She doesn't seem like she's exactly desperate for your love...

6/4/2010 #9
Penelope Wendy Bing

Ha. Probably. But she's a nasty little freak, so are you exactly surprised that she isn't?

6/6/2010 #10
Penelope Wendy Bing

Could be worse. She could bite.

6/6/2010 #11
Penelope Wendy Bing

"A pack of blessings light upon your back,"

Nope, still doesn't really fit the situation.

6/7/2010 #12

Good Night Clara!

Remember to dream of baby koalas barfing rainbows. And remember to look both ways before you cross over to other dreams.= )

6/8/2010 #13
Penelope Wendy Bing

Words to live by, love.

I got quoted twice in my yearbook, but once they really screwed up and made the quote not make any sense at all.

6/8/2010 #14
Penelope Wendy Bing

It was actually something I said once. It was "The only impossibility in life is to prove something impossible."

Their version? "The only impossibility in life is to move something impossible."

6/9/2010 #15
Penelope Wendy Bing

Nope. I dunno where you got that impresession.

6/9/2010 #16
Penelope Wendy Bing

The closest I've ever seen?

The baby won't stop crying,

His face is turning purple.

Will anything make him feel better?

I think a burp'll.

Oh, Wayside School books. Such brilliance.

Most of the words that have no rhymes are colors. Silver, purple, orange...

6/12/2010 . Edited 6/12/2010 #17
Penelope Wendy Bing

I love those books. So funny.

And yeah, door hinge is very close.

6/12/2010 #18
Penelope Wendy Bing

T'was, t'was. Have you read all three?

6/14/2010 #19
Penelope Wendy Bing

I love 'em. Genius. I mean it, too.

6/19/2010 #20
Penelope Wendy Bing

Sachar, I believe.

6/20/2010 #21
Penelope Wendy Bing

Did you have it right the first time?

6/21/2010 #22
Penelope Wendy Bing

*slaps past spellcheck*

There you go.

6/22/2010 #23
Penelope Wendy Bing

Heh. I'll past-slap anything.

6/22/2010 #24
Penelope Wendy Bing

Le gasp!

That's serious. For that I'll past beat him up. Actually, no. I don't want to hurt him. Hmm. Quite a predicament.

6/23/2010 #25
Penelope Wendy Bing

Works for me!

6/24/2010 #26
Penelope Wendy Bing

Er, problem. What do I bribe him with?

6/24/2010 #27
Penelope Wendy Bing

Hot diggity! That's a great idea!

6/24/2010 #28
Penelope Wendy Bing

Oh Mr. NyeeeeeeeEEEEEEeeeeee!

6/26/2010 #29
Penelope Wendy Bing

Heehee! Soon he will once again be explaining basic scientific principles to you children!

6/28/2010 #30
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