(3 votes)

Elizabeth Zinn // Rapture

character belongs to: Pinkgothic
logs & interludes
2037-05-16 // 30
Europe: Waterkant: Strasbourg
Elizabeth is a good notch shorter than average in build, and by about equal metaphorical distance removed from being a stick insect. Both traits might be considered unattractive in most contexts, but it merely underlines her slightly butch but friendly attitude to have soft spots on her body capable of softening even a tackle hug.

Her clothes tend to be a patchy myriad of colours, though she prefers warm hues to anything else, taking most joy out of orange shirts. She dislikes jeans because of their texture and would never willingly wear a pair, but other trousers are fine, and, in fact, far more frequently seen on her person than dresses.

Her clothing style in general can be considered casual. She wears sneakers and sandals more than any other kind of shoes.

The most notable aspect of her is probably her hair. A natural redhead, she does cater to the cliché that redheads are generally more intelligent on average than others. Hers is kept fairly short and styled as if into a wild array of flames, giving it something of an unkempt - but not neglected - look.

Her eyes are a dull green, though fairly clear in appearance, with only a slight hint of amber speckles that add to a golden sheen. She does, however, usually wear more radiant green contact lenses as the only 'make-up' she'd really ever touch with a ten-foot pole.

Her cheeks are littered with soft freckles that like to pop out in the sunshine.
avatar gender
avatar size
Just under 2m in length, with an about 20cm circumference to her body, making her appearance very serpentine.
avatar species
Eastern dragon.
av. description
The colour of Elizabeth's draconic online form is that of a dull periwinkle - mixed with a gray tonage, almost giving her no hue at all, but just enough to make her seem mystical. Her eyes, however, are the same radiant green as the lenses she wears offline, here however with a touch of emerald to add to the dragon effect. The scales on her back are in a jagged ridge, but the tips of these scales are rounded off, so they do not prick flesh if someone would pat her. She has no whiskers, just a narrow snout, resembling that of a gecko in parts, except that is it too elongated to pass as one.
Elizabeth is generally cheerful and optimistic, and is often the last to assume ill will in someone. That doesn't particularly raise her tolerance for bullshit, though, and she can and will easily decimate people in debates of raw facts, especially if they pertain to computer science, which is a personal hobby of hers. However, equally, she will second-guess herself readily, even in that subject, when confronted with an entirely new viewpoint.

Perhaps the most notable aspect of her personality is her curse of easily falling into a state of shock or panic when confronted with drastic change (be it positive or negative). She has astonishing resilience to even the worst situations once she's gotten used to them, but the initial hurdle tends to be a large one.
Elizabeth is quite knowledgeable about computer science but rarely bring it - or any of her other hobbies - up in conversation as she doesn't consider her skills any big a deal. She underestimates herself greatly, which makes many of the skills she DOES have useless in the context of the Wildcard Network, since presumably, no one will think to check with her, and she's not going to test her hacking limits without prompting.
2009-04-27 23:44:46

I love Elizabeth's practical attitude in nearly any situation, and enjoy how it often makes her a very insightful character.

Many Kudos to Discrepancy for writing her amazingly!
2009-04-27 23:29:58
Perpetually flustered quasi-altruist with a famously low tolerance for bullshit.

Smiley that best describes her? :/

Favourite line? "Frederick? A threat? HE HAS THE BODY MASS OF A BAGUETTE :/"

Player is one of the best things to ever happen to this RP.

I'd vote a five, but this was originally my character and I think I can only allow myself THAT much narcissm. >.> That being said, discrepancy has done a glorious job in putting her own spin on Elizabeth, and I wouldn't want it any other way!