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Daughter of Dionysus
Parker. That’s how everyone knew her. Though she does have a first name, she never uses it. She never even knew what her first name was. Born in a foster care, she learned how to live a tough life from a very young age. The first foster house she lived in was when she was nine years old, and she only last there for one month. The husband was very temperamental, while the wife cannot do anything but just to stand and weep. When the husband decided to toy with Parker’s feeling by taking her most favourite bunny doll, he threatened that he would hold on to that bunny until Parker do what he wants, or when she could be a better thief so she could retrieve that doll. Unfortunately (or was it fortunate?), Parker took that sentence literally. At least, the second part. So that’s how she made her first unofficial grab. With her bunny in hand and rigging her foster parent’s house with an open gas and a flaming stove, Parker hugged her bunny while leaving the house that was on fire just a few seconds later. Parker spent her days on the street after the incident. Stealing from every person she met for food, and occasionally bumped into shady schemes. Hijacking car, being a getaway driver, Parker had done it all. And in a very young age, no less : 12 years old. She met some people, but as they leave her still scraping for food on the street, Parker’s feeling became more dull and inhuman. Parker even got in and out of children’s juvie for a couple of times. She would never trust anyone, or work with anyone for that matter. That is, until she pilfered someone that was beyond what she could imagine. His name was Archie Leach. For his daughter and grandchildren, he was a businessman. But in Parker’s eyes (and what his real job was), Archie was a world-class thief. From pickpocketing to stealing a diamond from a supposedly thief-free vault, he had done them all. After seeing what Parker could do, he decided that she would be his legacy. He took Parker in to his safe-house, and taught her everything he knew. Either it’s a simple way how to steal watches or purses, to breaking and entering a complex vault. He even showed Parker how to disarm security systems and taught her how to pick any kind of locks. His method’s including dodging safety lasers to retrieve the mark, and that’s how Parker got her gymnastics skills. And surprisingly, the girl was a great student and could remember things quickly. After only one year, Parker was ready for a real job. As a professional thief, that is. She managed to stay as a thief for a few more years, not wanting to go to school or socialize with other people except Archie. Parker didn’t need other relationships: she only need her job and her mentor. Plus, she’s a quick learner. Parker could learn what she needs to learn off of the Internet. And Archie was never interested to enrolled her to a school either; he liked his student just the way she was. But sadly, all of that had to end when an incident-a very big one- occurred. When Parker was given a job to steal a priceless Da Vinci’s painting, a guard came running towards her. Which was weird, since Parker already disarmed the alarm and faded the security camera with spray paints. The guard chased her until her feet gave up. But even though she dropped the painting, that pesky-yet-buff dude still chased her. It was moments before she got cornered that she realized: the guard was not human. When Parker’s eyes met with his eye (yes, eye. Without the ‘s’), all she could do was shivered in fear, forgetting all of the lessons that Archie taught her on how to run away from a dead-end alley. But then, someone clonked the beast right out. It was Bernie, a teenager who turned out to be a satyr. After he and Parker got picked up by Archie, Bernie told them both the whole story: that Parker was a demigod, and that she could only be safe-really safe- at one place: Camp Half-Blood. When hearing this, Parker was furious. She was very opposing towards any kind of interaction, but now she had to live in a camp? Absurd! But even though he never showed it, Archie truly cared and loved Parker with all his heart. He wanted Parker to be safe above all else. So despite her protest, the senior thief forced Parker to go. And with that, Parker began to pack for her journey to a place she was supposedly belong, even though her heart told otherwise.
Parker is not a talkative person. But if she met someone she’s comfortable with, her true nature comes out: as a childish girl and have a really weird sense of humor. Despite her mature age, she still didn’t get anything that’s connected to dirty talk or something like that. Her favourite kind of movie is the one that’s full of blood, yet she laughed at it. All of this happened because her lack of childhood memories: at least, the normal ones. Just like any other humans, Parker does have feelings. But she just doesn’t know how to access it. So, she comes out as a socially awkward girl and doesn’t like any form of touch or care from someone… except Archie. Her favorite things are lockpicking, diamonds, tough security system, and of course: her bunny. And since her heist mostly involved ceilings or high places, she has a sweet spot for bungee-jumping and high skyscrapers. Sometimes Parker enjoys parachuting as a sport as well. Even though she doesn’t look like one, Parker was actually a very smart person. She could draw sketches, talks in several different languages (thanks to Archie), and can count outside her head. But what she lacked were very uncommon: feelings and how to socialize properly. And friends as well. But even though she thought she didn’t need them, Parker was always longing for someone other than Archie that could understands what she love to do. And someone who could accept her for who she really is: a thief at heart.
Appearance (What your character looks like, at least 150 words): Parker is a petite girl. Since she’s excels at gymnastics, her body is very lean yet muscular, but not too toned. Her skin is pasty white, and her hair is blonde. Sometime it’s wavy, sometimes it’s straight, but most of the time, it’s very messy since she never sees the need to comb them. Parker’s fingers are thin and very pretty, but it’s because her ability to steal swiftly from anyone’s pockets or wrists. She almost never smile because the lack of feelings, and she almost doesn’t weep either, though she still occasionally laugh when she heard something funny for her taste. Her eyes are black, and only sparkle when she saw the things she liked: either it’s a very expensive item, or a tough security system that could challenge her in every way.
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