Name: Zanna "Zan" Cherokee Rose
Age: (maximum of 20, no minimum) 14
Personality: relaxed but can be serious t times, very guarded, loyal, paranoid, stubborn, sarcastic, dark-humored, very loving on the inside, tough on the outside to protect herself, alert, not quick to trust
Backstory: (this can be fairly basic. You're all normal humans) Zan lives a pretty normal life, with a rougher-than-normal family who,at times, can be emotionally abusive, but for the most part show their love. She has few friends and tends to cycle out the fake ones, the ones that aren't true friends.
Fears: (required at least 1, characters can have fears they dont know about) Spiders, clowns, marionettes, rejection, betrayal
Love: (who or what does your character love?) hopeless romantic who is just looking for some kind of love, be it brotherly, motherly, sisterly, fatherly, or romantically
Strengths: She is trained in kickboxing, she is good at making basic weapons, has above average survival instincts, has common sense unlike most people these days, and her stubbornness means she'll never give up no matter what.
Weaknesses: trusting, cooperation, making friends, talking.
Fatal Flaw: (this is a flaw in your character's personality. It can be something like greed, or paranoia, or pride) solitude, in how she builds up walls around her to keep herself safe, but desperately wants to be loved at the same time.
Appearance: standing at 5' 7", Zan is tan-skinned, with stunning blue eyes, long eyelashes, a cutely shy smile, and short blonde hair. She has a Scottish accent. She has a fit build, with long arms and torso. She has a toned body, and you can tell she takes care of her body. Zan typically wears a black ribbed tanktop, tactical leather vest and combat boots, fingerless leather gloves, dark blue jeans, sometimes a black and green flannel.
Other: When the Trail of Tears started in 1838, the mothers of the Cherokee were grieving and crying so much, they were unable to help their children survive the journey. The elders prayed for a sign that would lift the mother’s spirits to give them strength. The next day a beautiful rose began to grow where each of the mother’s tears fell. The rose is white for their tears; a gold center represents the gold taken from Cherokee lands, and seven leaves on each stem for the seven Cherokee clans. The wild Cherokee Rose grows along the route of the Trail of Tears into eastern Oklahoma today.
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