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Lisa Redbird

"Got death? I don't."

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a character in “Grims: Death is Kind of Funny That Way”, as played by Maeve


Lisa Redbird

Reaper name-
Annie Bell


Age upon Death-

Years as a Reaper-

A bit twisted, Lisa has a dubious view of the world. She doesn't believe she owes it anything. For after her death, she matured quite rapidly into a horrible conbonation of child and adult. Her sense of dark humor is next to impossible to find on any other ten-year-old. She laughs at others' pain, for it cannot come close to what she went through. She does have kindness and compassion for some, but mostly she goes through the days with a neutral expression. Though she has a rather silent way of things. She'll do things without complaining. Lisa loves to take on challenges and won't back down from a dare. She's addicted to the thrill of freshly-dead souls, and longs to pass on to the afterlife. Her time as a Reaper has been double what it should have been; Lisa now despises everything about her current occupation except for the souls.

Lisa hates pure silence because it gives her too much time to think about what happened in the past; she isn't irritated by much. Lisa isn't a fan of recording events- she believes she's had more than enough time on her mind. She hates loud noises and surprises. She enjoys people who talk about interesting things, but not too much, of course, and reading. She can't write, but she is brilliant with math. The concept of technology eludes her- she was born a hippie and that is what she will remain. A strict vegetarian when she was alive.

Lisa was born in the early '60s, a natural hippie. Her parents were both pro surfers. They lived in Hawaii and were born for the beach. Lisa's family was next to the poorest one on the island, yet they appreciated what they had in life. Her family was very close, and back in those days parents didn't divorce as often. Her best friend was the girl next door, Kali, named after one of the Hawaiian goddesses. While at a celebration on the coastline- Lisa cannot recall many details- a smaller tidal wave came and swamped the entire place. Lisa was killed, but as a Grim Reaper she thought she had the ability to free Kali. She was mistaken. Kali died, yet it was not Lisa's job to ferry her to the next world.

Lisa holds this burden close to her heart whenever she feels she comes close to happiness. She feels incredibly guilty for the death of her friend, though the emotion did subside as time wore on. Lisa grew to have more dexteriety and spent it struggling to devise a way to kill herself again. She is still stuck in the mixed realities of both worlds; half a child, half an adult, Lisa got the worst of both ends.

So begins...

Lisa Redbird's Story