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Name: Sebastian Mitchell
Birthday: November 29th, 1926
Hometown: Brussels, Belgium
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Year (pick two): 6th or 7th
Sebastian has lived a considerably easy life. He remains an only child, with two happily married parents a wizard father, Nathan and Squibb mother, Minny. Nathan is a politician and has extremely strict rules, raising Sebastian with intense morals and strong beliefs, which he has longed to escape and rebel against. Anything he can do to get a rise out of his parents.
He was naturally very rebellious, disliked when his parents forced him into formal events.
Although his parents are very loving, they have lives of their own that Sebastian often mistakes for carelessness or selfishness. Nathan and Sebastian are frighteningly similar, yet Sebastian has always had a difficult time seeing it and loves to taunt his father despite extreme similarities between the two.
Sebastian may appear rebellious and careless, but when push comes to shove, he knows to shape up and do what is right. The Mitchell’s are fairly well known, Nathan is on the council of magic and constantly must uphold a reputation that Sebastian would love to destroy. Nathan is rumored to have children with other women, but has never verified these claims, and Minny seems perfectly content with their relationship. Despite denials, Sebastian is constantly curious and suspicious of his father.
When accepted into Hogwarts, Sebastian jumped at the opportunity to live a new and excited life, to meet new people and do new things, and live for himself instead of by his parents rules. He hates when people recognize his last name, therefore he will rarely go by his last name. There is nothing worse than someone who recognizes him for his fathers work. He wants to make a mark on this world not because his father is famous, but because he was able to do something great.
He is fairly open and rarely gets offended, but can often offend others. He loved giving advice and has no problem dealing with others’ problems, but must be told. He lacks a sense of empathy and has a difficult time reading people if they don’t tell him what they want. He is very forward and loves to socialize. Fall means school, and school means socialization.
Fall is his favorite time of year.
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Sebastian can only be described as confident. He knows he is good-looking, powerful, athletic, and charming, and plays to his strengths. He commands attention and means well, but has a tendency to be insensitive and self centered. He was raised to be extremely loyal to authority and is rarely found talking back to teachers, but is quite vocal with his opinions when he is around peers. He always has a girl on his arm and has no problem fighting for what he wants. He is very successful in constant environments, and gets stressed when things don’t go his way. He loves to stir up drama, but rarely gets involved. He would rather watch. He can be extremely pretentious, but genuinely does not intend to be un-empathetic.
→ SAMPLE ROLEPLAY.
Sebastian flicked golden curls away with his hand, feeling the eyes of a few younger girls as he passed. Whispers followed. They were undoubtedly fawning over him. He examined the girls: two 3rd years, a first year, and a second year. They were young, attached at the hip and incredibly childish, but the second year caught his eye. She was pretty, maybe a bit young… give it a few years and she would be perfect. He rose an eyebrow at the second year girl, winking in the process. The girls erupted into laughter as the girl blushed and ran after her friends. Some kids from his grade rolled their eyes at him. Typical Sebastian.
He curled his lips under his nose, humming a familiar song under his breath as he slid across the hard cold ground. He had been procrastinating all day, pushing off a paper for Defense against the Dark Arts. He wasn’t required to take the course, since he’d already completed his 5 year minimum, but he liked it.
“Hey!” Someone called behind him. Sebastian shook his head, expecting to see the second year girl. They always come back. To his surprise, he found Astrid. He smiled politely, but waved her off and continued walking. He didn’t have time for this.
“Wait up! It’s for the paper!” He’d seen the girl around and knew she wrote for the school paper, but he had never bothered to learn her name. What better time? The essay could wait. It was an elective. It wasn’t even a real class, right?
“The paper? I guess I have a moment.” He offered a crooked grin, flashing a genuine mouthful of teeth. He tilted his head to one side, curious. He loved a bit of exposure. Any opportunity to be noticed by his peers was a good opportunity.
“What do you think about serving frog legs at lunch? Some say it’s a delicacy, but others think it’s plain gross.” She responded.
Sebastian was somewhat unamused by the question, this wouldn’t gain him major exposure and this wasn't a story that would have everyone talking. He watched the girl a moment longer than he probably should have. She was good-looking as well. When did this school get so many attractive girls?
“Well, I don’t eat them, but I have nothing against those who do.” He responded with some effort, once again flicking hair out of his face.
“Would you suggest it?” He coquettishly muttered, eyeing the girl.