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Rachel Gates

"I am trapped within my own mind."

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a character in “Digimon: A New Adventure”, as played by Magus1108


Rachel Gates


Age: 12
Gender: Female
Ethnicity: Caucasian

Digimon Parter: Terriermon Image


Rachel is a very quiet and unassuming girl. She is nice and kind, but that she doesn't get a chance to exhibit that side of her all that often, unfortunately. She's a bit of aloner, and finds it hard to make friends. Rachel can also be painfully shy, and socially awkward. She doesn't like being that way, though. She hates having so many social hang-ups and deep down, desperately wishes she could make friends.


Rachel has lived an average and decent life...if just on the surface. She has been raised by a single mother, after her father walked out on them when she turned three. Things when downhill from there, in regards to her home life.

Outside of her home life, things have been rather decent for Rachel. She's made a few close friends here and there, though she's still very shy and awkward around other people. Rachel excels in school, and is among the top ten students at her local school system. She brings in great grades, in the hopes of pleasing her mother, and is very friendly to a lot of her teachers and other adults at the school.

Against her wishes, Rachel's mother signed her up to go to a summer camp. So far she hates it there, as there is no one she knows there, thus making it very difficult for her to socialize and be at ease.


Rachel wants to live a better life, make some friends, and finally come out of her shell. And after getting stuck in the digital world, finding a way back home would be nice.


  • Dogs
  • Books
  • Friends
  • Writing
  • Having a good time


  • People who yell at her
  • Home
  • People who tease or make fun of her
  • Disappointing people
  • Meeting new people

So begins...

Rachel Gates's Story

Characters Present

Character Portrait: Ryoko Ai Watanabe Character Portrait: Rachel Gates Character Portrait: Marco Hall Character Portrait: Orian Michael Thornton
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Deep in the woods, a group of young teenagers on a fallen log, as they caught their breath. Today was their third day at Camp Hawthorn, and it had proved to be an interesting experience thus far, to say the least. At the moments, the four kids were apart of a group that was being led on a nature hike by a camp counselor. So far it had been two hours since they began their hike, and even the most athletic among the children were getting winded. Their guide, sensing the groups' fatigue, had allowed them to take a short break, to restore their energy.

The counselor himself wasn't with the group of kids, as he was off doing business in the woods. Thus the four teenagers were left alone by themselves, waiting and perhaps even dreading the return of their adult chaperon, and the return to their grueling walk.