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Shiloh Hannidy

"The British Girl"

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a character in “High School”, as played by RPGNerdette

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Name
Shiloh Grace Hannidy

Age
16

Personality
Shiloh tends to keep to herself and focus more on reading and her studies than making proper friends. She feels very out of sorts in the new school and hasn't connected well with anyone yet. However, she is a kind, generous person who will always be there when a friend needs her.

Biography
Shiloh is from London, England and has recently moved to the United States with her mother and step-father. Her father passed away when she was 10 and her mother met her step-father about a year ago and they were recently married. However, he wished to move back to the United States instead of living in England, so the family packed their things and now live in the US. Shiloh has a younger sister named Abigail.

Shiloh hasn't really become accommodated to her new life yet and is often known as "The British Girl" around school.

So begins...

Shiloh Hannidy's Story

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Character Portrait: Sero Namretan Character Portrait: Ty Darkman Character Portrait: Rudi Schaffer Character Portrait: Jessalyn Morrison Character Portrait: Mimi Character Portrait: Shiloh Hannidy

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Rudi took some time walking up the steps to the front door of the school, but stopped as he heard some commotion coming from the parking lot. He walked around to see what was happening. He never usually tries to pay attention to anything happening at school, but wanted to make sure no one was breaking into his car. When he saw what the crowd of people was about he rolled his eyes. Rudi never talked to Jess before, but he knew what she was about. She seemed like she was a no nonsense type of character. He was never a fan of anyone of that kind. He dislike all the popular kids, but never got involved with their problems.

He stood off in the distance and watched as people crowded around the girl. Without hesitating for another second, Rudi turned and walked back the way he came, going into the school. He dreaded walking the hallways. He just waited for the day to end so he could just go home to an empty home and fall into an endless abyss of sleep.

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Character Portrait: Sero Namretan Character Portrait: Ty Darkman Character Portrait: Rudi Schaffer Character Portrait: Triston Murdock Character Portrait: Jessalyn Morrison Character Portrait: Mimi Character Portrait: Shiloh Hannidy

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Shiloh approached the school, always dreading it. She still hadn't made any positive connections at Pennsington. She noticed the crowd around Jess as she approached and avoided it as best she could; she didn't like Jess and Jess didn't like her. Was it jealousy? Perhaps...her mother always told her she was pretty and her accent made her even more beautiful, but she never believed any of that drivel. Clutching her books to her chest, she took a breath and walked quickly into the building. Once inside, she made her way to her locker.

It was easy to tell which was hers even if she didn't know where it was. Taped to the door of her locker were about 30 tea bags, several business cards for the local dentist and orthodontist, and a paper that said "RED COAT" in large, block letters. Shiloh's cheeks flushed as she quickly ripped the paper down. Red Coat...really? Was the humor regressing to the revolutionary war? With a heavy sigh Shiloh opened her locker, which was filled with boxes of tea bags, a tooth brush, and tooth paste, and plopped her books inside, walking over to grab a trash can from the hallway to empty the toxic jokes from inside and outside her locker. Though, she would keep the tea.

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Character Portrait: Sero Namretan Character Portrait: Rudi Schaffer Character Portrait: Shiloh Hannidy

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Shiloh grunted as she closed her locker, plucking the tea bags hanging from the door and throwing them in the bin next to her. She looked at the young man standing next to her, curious as to what was going on.
"Someone's idea'r of a joke, no doubt." she sighed, "haha, yes the Brits lack dental hygiene, stereotypes are hilarious."

Once her locker was clean, she turned to face Sero.
"I swear, ever since I moved here from London, it's all been bloody jabs at my accent and origin." Shiloh sighed, "Sorry, you don't need to hear me talk about my personal shite."

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Character Portrait: Jessalyn Morrison Character Portrait: Shiloh Hannidy

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Jess headed into school with her friends, kind of zoning out now that they were talking about some party that had happened over the weekend. Jess has never been to a high school party, her mother would have a fit if she found out and Jessalyn would prefer to avoid confrontation with her mother at all costs.

As the group walked down the hall she heard a few of her friends laughing and she tuned back in, trying to figure out what was so funny. She glanced over at a dark haired girl throwing tea bags and dental hygiene products out of her locker. "Was that you guys?" Jess asked quietly to her friends, who just laughed harder. A slight frown tugged on her lips, but she quickly covered it. The girl had never done anything to get on Jess's bad side so she didn't really have a problem with the girl. Sure Jess enjoyed making fun of others, but making fun of someone because of their heritage, she didn't really get it.

Working as a model she met people from all kinds of backgrounds and she found other peoples' accents to be pretty cool. "I'll catch you guys later." Jess said, quickly separating from her group of friends to head to her locker. Once she ditched the posse, she sighed quietly, feeling as if a weight has been lifted off her shoulders.

Jess quickly made her way to her locker, grabbed her books, and headed to her first period class, which happened to be Algebra II. She enjoyed this class, not for the material but because the teacher let them sit where ever they'd like. Every day, Jess sits in the back of the classroom right by the window, though she pays more attention to what's going on outside than what the teacher's talking about.

Walking in today, she frowns when she sees a mousy girl sitting in her seat. Jess walked over and set her books down in front of the girl. "You're in my seat," She said a scowl on her lips. The girl looked up at her surprised before glancing around the room seeing plenty seats still empty. "Th-There's no assigned seats." The girl replied shocked, not sure what Jess is going on about. "I know, but I sit in this seat every day. This is my seat. And you're in it." She said through gritted teeth. "B-But there's plenty of other seats, and I-I was here first!" The girl said, trying to sound tough but Jess could hear her voice wavering, hear the fear in her voice. "Get your ass out of my seat." She said, her eyes narrowing at the girl as her hands tightened on either side of the desk.

The girl's eyes widened even more, a frightened squeak escaping her lips as she quickly gathered up her things and moved to a seat across the room. "Thank you," Jess said sarcastically as she sat down in the seat, her attention immediately turning to the window.