NAME: Lauren AIM: crazy calendar EMAIL: email@example.com TIMEZONE: Central AVAILABILITY: Afternoons/Nights and Weekends
NAME: Annabeth Chase JOURNAL: chaseannabeth PLAYED BY: Indiana Evans FANDOM: Percy Jackson & The Olympians / Heroes of Olympus CANON POINT: Blood of Olympus CAN THIS CHARACTER BE CANON PUNCTURED? Yes.
WHAT ARE YOUR INTENTIONS WITH THIS CHARACTER IN GAME? Annabeth will be attending college with a focus in architecture. Having Annabeth interact with the other PJ characters is pretty high on the list of want. It would also be nice to see her make friends outside of them, too.
IN GAME HISTORY: Things had never really been easy for Annabeth Chase. From a very young age, her mother had been out of the picture, and she was raised by her father. This wasn’t the life he had planned, and he struggled to raise his daughter on his own. He loved her, though, and he did his best — even if this wasn’t the life he would have chosen for himself or her. Years passed before he was able to move on and find love again. Annabeth found it difficult to get along with her new step-mom. Things didn’t get any easier for her after her father and step-mom had twin boys. She always felt like she wasn’t part of the new family. The frustration and loneliness she felt pushed her to try and run away, but being so young she didn’t get far before her father found her. The incident, though, allowed her to open up to her family and discuss the things that she had been bottling up inside. It helped, and she eventually started to feel more apart of their family.
From a young age Annabeth loved all things architecture and hated all things spiders. California made for a wonderful place to develop a love of old buildings and the way things were built. Any time she had the chance to study architecture she took it. Sensing that this made Annabeth happy, her father made sure to foster her love of architecture by enrolling her in art classes. It was one of the few escapes she had. Any time her family went on vacation or just out and around town, Annabeth made sure to bring a notebook and a pencil. She was constantly drawing and creating her own buildings. Wanting his daughter to be well-rounded, her father requested she join a sport in order to balance out her personality. She thrived on the competition and the thrill of winning. As far as spiders go, there really was no explanation for why she hated them, or why they terrified her. There was just something about them that she did not like. Many times over her young life she had had many panic attacks due to the creepy little things.
When Annabeth made friends, she kept those friends close. Unfortunately for her, Annabeth is a bit harsh and judgmental upon first meeting her. This made making friends a little harder for her from the very start, but once you someone became her friend she was incredibly loyal. Some might even say possessive of her friends. She did what she could to protect them and care for them. There wasn't much Annabeth wouldn't do for her friends.
If Annabeth had her way, she would’ve skipped high school completely and headed straight to college. She couldn’t wait for the freedoms it would offer her, and the chance to finally start her dream. Sadly, for Annabeth, she had to go through those dreaded high school years. From the very start of high school, Annabeth was very involved. She wanted her applications to be as well-rounded as she could. She knew that it would help her be accepted into the school of her choice. While she focused on her school work, a lot of her junior year was spent prepping for college admissions. Annabeth had been pretty certain about her school choice from the beginning, but that hadn’t stopped her from choosing several schools to apply to her senior year. In March, the wait was over and Annabeth was accepted to the University of Southern California. After her acceptance time seemed to slow and accelerate all at once.
The summer before college started, Annabeth didn't waste any time. She convinced her Dad to allow her to go down early to get accustomed to what life would be like for her down at college. Her first year of college was everything she could have asked for and more. As her freshman year comes to a close, she is already looking towards her Sophomore year and what she will accomplish during that year.
I'm not really sure why the people who live in my dorm don't find finals nearly as important as I do, but I have a lot of work I need to do and I intend on actually passing! Don't they understand that?! Don't they want to pass? I've tried letting them know how incredibly rude they are, but I suspect that only made them louder, and -- THAT IS THE BIGGEST SPIDER I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE.
Oh god. Oh god. I'm trapped! It's cornering me! WHY ISN'T ANYONE HERE TO HELP ME?! THE END IS NEAR I CAN SENSE IT. I'M TOO YOUNG FOR THIS. I SHOULD HAVE JUST GONE TO THE LIBRARY.