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Author has written 1 story for Selection Trilogy, Kiera Cass.

The Selected King Application Form - Please send through PM with your character's name as the subject. See the list of accepted characters below to avoid over lapping provinces. Thank you.

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Languages spoken:


Instruments played:

Appearance (be descriptive):

Pre-Selection Clothing Style:

Post-Selection Clothing Style:

Personality (literally the most important section, be detailed):

Nervous Habits/Quirks:

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Childhood/Early Life:

Romantic History:

Family Life (each age, how they are related and how they get along, each family member should be a separate paragraph):

Reason for Entering the Selection:

Strategy to Win the Selection:

How They Would Behave Around the King and Queen:

How They Would Treat Syden:

How They Would Treat their Fellow Selected:

Reaction During a Rebel Attack:

Opinion of the King & Queen:

Opinion of the Selection:

Examples of Dialogue (one to Syden, one to the King, one during an interview, last one can be random):

Date Ideas:

Plot Suggestions:

Anything I Missed?:

Accepted Characters

Ashland Porter (4), Carolina

Cayson Pierce (2), Likely

Cirus Chen (4), Denbeigh

Colton Wiley (4), Hansport

Creed Harper (2), Angeles

Frederick Sokolov (5), Labrador

Juan-Pablo Santiano (2), Paloma

Maddox Lourdas, (2), Allens

The Selected King - SYOC reviews
Shortly after Maxon and America were crowned king and queen, a coupe overthrew the couple, taking control of Illéa. Following their deaths, a new king and queen were crowned. Having lost their only son in the war, the new royal couple is forced to use their niece to host a selection. Thirty-five young men will be given the chance to compete for the ultimate job, King of Illéa! SYOC
Selection Trilogy, Kiera Cass - Rated: T - English - Romance/Drama - Chapters: 4 - Words: 13,265 - Reviews: 17 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 5 - Updated: 8/10/2016 - Published: 7/14/2016 - OC