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Payton Wright

"Be an individual, let out the self that hides away at the expense of others approval." ~ Nikki Rowe

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a character in “Bellingstone”, originally authored by maloneyc16, as played by RolePlayGateway

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"“She was a rule breaker, never settling her fierce spirit for things built of structure.”"
~ Nikki Rowe




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FULL NAME
Payton Ann Wright

NICKNAMES
None in Particular

DATE OF BIRTH
March 23, 1991

AGE
26

OCCUPATION
Electrician

GENDER
Female

SEXUALITY
Heterosexual

DIALOGUE COLOR
#58A04D





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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION
Payton is often mistaken for being much younger than she actually is because of her youthful looks. She has wavy long blonde hair that comes down to her mid-back and stunning blue eyes that add to her delicate features. Payton is actually quite tall for a girl, standing at 5’9”, but she is very thin for her height, only weighing 121 lbs. Of all her features, her bright smile is the one that stands out the most.
 
Payton can be a bit of a tomboy, but she likes to dress up sometimes. She is mostly seen wearing loose clothing such as sundresses, flannel shirts, and her personal favorite, overalls.
 
PERSONALITY   
Payton is a very lively and passionate person. She cares deeply about matters that are close to her heart and does not give a damn what anyone thinks about her. She is extremely excitable over the smallest things and is often seen smiling or laughing. However, do not let her innocent appearance deceive you, as she is known to be a firecracker. After all, you can’t be passionate, without the negative personality traits. She is very stubborn and has a fiery temper that can’t be controlled. She is also blunt to a point that can be hurtful. Despite her flaws, she is actually a good friend to those she likes. She is the type that is quick to anger, but quick to forgive as well; she can never hold a grudge. While she can be a bitch when she wants to be, she is also very fun to be around and there is never a dull moment with her.
 
Payton loves technology and machinery. It is not uncommon for her to be building something or messing around with large volts of electricity. It is possible that she has been shocked one to many times and that is why she can be crazy at times.
 
LIKES
Running- She runs every morning as she finds it to be relaxing.
Nature- Payton loves to take walks and just enjoy the scenery around her. She even has a garden in her front yard.
Conversation- Payton likes to talk and she is very loud when she speaks.
Funny People- She has always been drawn towards humorous people because she loves to laugh and make other people laugh.
Technology- She has always been fascinated by it, which is one reason why she decided to become an electrician.

DISLIKES
Peanut Butter-  She hates the taste, she hates the texture, and don’t even get her started on the smell.
Kiss ups- In her eyes there is nothing worse than a people pleaser. Get a backbone people.
Emotional People- She lives by the motto “suck it up”. She is not heartless, she just thinks that crying about something gets you nowhere.
Driving- Ironically, she loves cars, but once she gets behind the wheel of one she freaks out. She does have a car, but she doesn’t drive it, she studies it for her job. She mostly uses her bike for transportation and rides in buses and taxi’s when she has to.
Smoking- She doesn’t like the smell of the smoke and finds it to be repulsing.

FEARS
☠Driving
☠Being murdered
☠Never finding love





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BIOGRAPHY
Payton was born in Bellingstone to Pam and Joe Wright. Pam and Joe were both bitten by a werewolf and moved to Bellingstone as soon as they heard about the town. Pam became pregnant with Payton soon after they moved there. Of course, the werewolf gene was passed onto Payton and she became the first Wright to be born as a werewolf.
 
Payton has lived a moderately normal life, as normal as it can be for a werewolf. As a child she was always wild and liked to do things for herself. She had a decent amount of friends and had two loving parents, so she couldn’t really complain.
 
When she hit puberty and began to feel the effects of being a werewolf for the first time she was a bit moody, but that was common for someone at her age. Her first transformation was painful, but as the years passed she became accustomed to the pain and grew much stronger and faster. Her most noticeable talent as a werewolf is her speed. She is also strong with a strong sense of smell like other werewolves, but her speed outmatches her other talents.
 
She attended college in a nearby town and had her parents drive her there as she does not drive. She was 20 when she got her degree and became an electrician in Bellingstone. She was picked to be the female Beta when she was 24 and she felt a lot of pride at being chosen by her alpha. She takes being a beta very seriously and is very loyal to her pack.
 
MISCELLANEOUS
*She crinkles her nose when she dislikes something.

*She is extremely clumsy and not flexible in anyway whatsoever. She is athletic, but not flexible.


So begins...

Payton Wright's Story

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Dialogue: #58A04D || Species: Werewolf || Occupation: Electrician



An early bird, Payton was up and awake by 5 even on a Saturday. The first thing she did every morning was go out for her daily run. Many people in the town went out for a daily jog, but not many of them went out as early as she did. Payton was a pretty social person, but she preferred to run alone. It was her only moment of real relaxation and for that short time she felt completely free.

By the time she came back to her apartment, people were beginning to go out and about. Her apartment sat right above her shop, Wright’s Electric Supplies and Accessories. She had bought the place as soon as she graduated and was still paying it off. Thankfully she didn’t have any student loans to pay off along with it. Payton made pretty good money though as she owned the only electrical supplies shop in Bellingstone. She had hired another electrician, a centaur named Brian, and two other workers to help man the shop when she wasn’t working. Of course, Payton was still the main electrician, but on busy days she needed someone to help with calls around town.

Payton got dressed in a pair of overalls with a red tank top underneath and wore a pair of red converse to match. She let her hair down from her ponytail like she normally did and went outside to water the garden that sat in front of her shop. The shop was always closed on the weekends, unless the town’s power went off or something, so unless Axel called a pack meeting, her day was free.

When she finished watering the plants she decided that she would head over to the diner and get something to eat. She grabbed her bike and rode off into town. Payton was almost at the diner when she saw the auto body shop. She had been wanting some spare car parts to mess around with for her latest project and hadn’t thought of seeing if there were any extra parts she could buy from this shop. She sat her bike out front and walked towards the owner of the shop. Payton thought his name was TJ, but she wasn't exactly sure as he was fairly new to town. However, she knew he was a vampire from his scent. She got the feeling that he wasn’t too fond of werewolves, but Payton didn’t think he would turn away a customer.

With her hands in the pockets of her overalls she said, “Excuse me sir, but I was wondering if you had any spare car parts I could buy from you?”  

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T J . P A Y N E
Hex Code: #f88a3f

TJ disliked werewolves, not because vampires were "supposed" to dislike them, but more-so because he had had unpleasant encounters with them in the past. None of those encounters involved vampires from Bellingstone, and in all honestly, most had occurred back at the start of his time as a vampire when he was constantly feeling wired and recklessly - and behaving in that manner too. He had too much pride to admit that any problems he had encountered with that species way back then had probably been because of his own doing, but needless to say, it was likely that his distaste for Bellingstone's vampires wasn't fair. In his defense, he wasn't incredibly obvious in the dislike. At least he didn't think so. He didn't go around talking about them, or bothering them, or trying to put them down at all. He simply avoided them, and preferred that they did the same to him. That was why the girl who approached his shop wasn't familiar to him by anything other than her scent. He knew she was a werewolf because of it, and maybe it was because he was over a century old, but the mere fact that she was a female made him feel inclined to be more polite than he truly wished to be. It was only when she asked about car parts that TJ pieced together who she was. Though car parts weren't necessarily related to the work of an electrician, hearing a female werewolf ask for them automatically linked TJ to the female werewolf he had heard ran an electrical shop in town.

"Looking for something in particular?," TJ asked as he picked himself up from where he had been kneeling, inspecting the bottom portion of the exterior of the car with precision. He stepped towards her and began to extend his hand to offer her a handshake, but pulled away when he realized that his hands weren't the cleanest. With a half-smile, he raised them to show her why he was pulling away so abruptly before saying, "I'm TJ, by the way. You that girl who does most of the electrical stuff in town?"

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While the werewolf picked himself up from where he was inspecting the car he said, "Looking for something in particular?"

He stepped towards Payton and extended his hand out for a handshake, but retracted it before their hands could meet. Payton raised her brow at the sudden change of mind. He explained his actions when he gave her a half smile and raised his hands, showing her that they were dirty. Payton smiled slightly at the sight. It wouldn't have bothered her to get a little dirt on her hands, but she appreciated the gentlemanly gesture.

"I'm TJ, by the way. You that girl who does most of the electrical stuff in town?"

Payton was pleased to find that TJ was quite friendly. He was much more approachable than some of the dickheads in town, that was for sure. "Nice to meet you TJ and yes, I'm the girl that does the electrical stuff in town, though electrician would be an easier way to describe it." She couldn't help but give him a smart ass response.

"The name's Payton, in case you wanted to know." She pulled one of her hands from the pocket of her overalls and tucked her hair behind her ear before she continued. "As for the parts, I don't really have anything specific in mind, but if you have any old engines, carburetors, or transmission units, that would be great." Payton moved her hands as she talked, something she did often. "An electrical control unit and a set of jumper cables would also come in handy." She began to speak quickly and excitedly without meaning to. "I won't really be using the parts for anything in particular, just for personal projects. I like to blow things up mostly, but I do dabble in engineering and mechanics on occasion." Payton stopped talking at that, realizing that she had been blabbering on for longer than necessary.

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Character Portrait: Axel Wolff Character Portrait: Junsoo Moon Character Portrait: Sydney Green Character Portrait: Ellis Bleddyn Character Portrait: Johanna Collins Character Portrait: Payton Wright
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Felix's Diner
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This shit was the kind of shit that made Axel wish he had skipped this shit hole years ago, before Al even thought to hit the road and leave him behind. He had never been one for pep talks and words of reassurance, but more often than not, his job as Alpha forced him into scenarios in which the only thing to do was talk it out like a high school counselor or something.

Sydney grabbed his forearm and pulled him away from the counter, holding him close enough that he knew something was horribly wrong. Axel's throat bobbed slightly in response, and for a moment, Sydney might have caught concern in his gaze. He hated this game of not knowing, for he couldn't help but worry if something had happened to one of his own wolves. Axel couldn't help but worry about Ellis, poor Ellis, and if he had managed to get himself into something. Perhaps he ought to call the pack in, have them check in with him lest shit hit the fan without him knowing.

But Johanna managed to clear the air in her perfectly timed arrival, catching Axel's attention as Sydney looked back to her phone.

"Hey, Jo," he started, walking towards the younger wolf. "No one's hurt, Sydney just got a text from June, and she's checking i-" Axel was speaking quickly, too quickly, probably, and so he almost missed it as Sydney spoke up again. Until, of course, he caught his brother's name.

The idea of Albrecht returning to Bellingstone was comical. Or, rather, it had been comical that morning when he first heard the rumors. But now? Axel was familiar with the way rumors spread through Bellingstone, but they had always been rumors of little importance. Albrecht's disappearance had rocked Bellingstone - and while rumors of his return had certainly sprouted during his early departure, it would have been like telling an old joke to spread a rumor like that now. Unless it had some sort of basis in truth.

As he processed the possibility of Al actually returning, Axel clenched his jaw slightly, wringing the dish rag in his hands slightly, and then more violently. Axel blinked quickly all of a sudden, forcing himself into the present. The pack needed him, now more than ever. And jeez, didn't that thought just nauseate him ever so slightly?

"If...if Albrecht is back," he started softly, leaning on the counter so that he could keep Johanna and Sydney close. "Nothing changes. He's still the asshole he was - there isn't a place for him in this pack." But, looking over at Sydney for a moment, he knew exactly what she meant. She wasn't worried about the structure of the pack, about keeping Al away - after all of these years, she still missed the bastard. Axel couldn't help but exhale sharply as she left to carry the boxes into the back. It was a relief Johanna broke the pressing silence.

"I couldn't even begin to think of why he'd show up now." He leaned on his elbows, still clenching the rag between his hands. "He's up to something - I don't care what it is, but I don't want him anywhere near this town - let alone the pack...or Sydney."

He straightened up once more as Sydney returned to the space behind the counter. The diner seemed packed now, and a sense of claustrophobia was weighing on him. By the door, Ivan gave him a slight wave, and Axel returned it half-heartedly.

"I need to call a meeting. Now." Axel was pulling out his phone as he spoke, punching a hurried message out to the group.

To: The Pack
i've heard the rumors. we need to talk. diner ASAP.

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TJ chuckled at Payton's quick-witted response. He could appreciate her spunk, especially when it was coupled for a genuine interest in his parts. He had respect for anyone nowadays who knew how to use their hands to build and fix things. In a country where it seemed like every kid stepping out of high school was pushed to attend some brand name college that would set them into a pit of endless despair and debt, meeting someone who knew a trade was refreshing and delighting in its own way, even if that person was a werewolf. "Blow things up?" TJ questioned, an eyebrow quirked as he looked at her. That was something you didn't hear someone list as a hobby ever day. "I mean, as long as you aren't about to build a homemade bomb and send the feds my way after you blow up some subway station, by all means, look around," he said, smiling a bit, as he guessed (or hoped) that she was talking about blowing things up in a more leisurely way than how he had construed it, but still not being sure. He was already skeptical of her for being a werewolf, and while her being female cut her a break on his outward skepticism, he still wouldn't have put it past her to actually be into something more serious than her enthusiasm made it seem. "I can special order something for you if you want something I don't have," he added, as he moved away from her and began to put away his tools.

He was done with his work for today, and he was happy about that because understandably, finishing projects and reaching goals felt good. At the same time, it meant that he had a lot of free time on his hands today. He considered getting the girls and driving to the nearest lake to do some fishing, something that he had taken up as a pastime twenty years or so ago, when they spent a few years living in a cabin right on a lake in New Hampshire. He had never been too much of a fan of the water when he was younger, but now he enjoyed it, even if that didn't mean that he was particularly big on swimming. As long as he wasn't dealing with the sun beaming down on him all day, he could enjoy himself out on a small boat on calm water. As much as that sounded like a good plan to him, he doubted that his sisters would be interested, though, and as silly as it sounded, given that his sisters were older than the "oldest and wisest" humans still alive, he didn't trust leaving them home alone. Lucy was one story. TJ trusted her, and knew that she could hold her own in any situation. She would probably spend the day at home reading, at the library, or at a bookstore picking out new books. She was very predictable in how she spent her time, something that she was unashamed of. What TJ really meant when he said that he was wary of leaving his sisters alone was that he was wary of leaving Ember alone. She would cause mayhem in the town, or even just for Lucy, and if he tried taking her with him on his fishing trip, he didn't put her flipping the boat over past her, even if it was only done accidentally out of being antsy. He didn't know what today's plans would entail, so he decided to be friendly and reach out to Poppy.

To: Poppy
Hey Poppy... hope you're holding up... any plans for today?