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Riley Braeburn melli sophomore journalism delta theta iota

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#1 Riley Antares

Riley Antares

Posted 02 April 2015 - 07:48 PM



Riley can play any role she needs to. By default she's friendly, agreeable, and social-- almost an exaggerated extrovert-- but if need be, she can play an innocent role or a competitive bitch role. It isn't that she's lying about who she is, necessarily, so much as she has many different facets to her that come out when appropriate. She's known by many across campus considering how social she is, but because of these facets, people have varying opinions on her.

But truthfully, most people either love her or hate her. She has a wide circle of acquaintances, and she's extremely good with faces and names. She's funny, talkative (to the point of being overly so), and easy to sway emotionally. No seriously-- get her to watch a sad movie and she'll sob for an hour over it. She actually gets mad when an animal dies at the end, as she's such a lover of animals that it's a wonder she didn't decide to go into a career involving them.

However, she's passionate about journalism. People are often surprised to hear just how educated she is on current events, politics, and social issues, as she loves to stay informed. Of course she knows when to shut up; she doesn't have to talk about these things, but typically she enjoys deeper conversation over small talk. She's quite smart in spite of that Delta demeanor she puts on, and it comes across in her work and her determination.

As far as friends go, she's easy to please. She's in Delta Theta Iota mostly for the experience of joining a sorority. That isn't to say she isn't close to her sorority sisters-- no, she loves many of them to the moon and back-- but she just doesn't take it as seriously as most of the others. Anyone in her major is likely to be friends with her as well, though be warned-- she's incredibly competitive and comes across as ruthless in those cases. Still, she's friendly and quite nice so long as you can handle her, and could make friends with both introverts and extroverts.

Enemies are another monster altogether. It wouldn't be hard to make enemies with her, either, considering how opinionated and forceful she is. Riley will always do Riley. If you try to interfere with that, you'll have to deal with her temper. Calling her weak in so many words is a quick ticket to her anger, as she has a complex about that. She could use a few of these. It'd be interesting if they were in Delta or her major with her, so there's some tension there.

Riley has had a fair string of lovers in the past as well. Her boyfriends never lasted more than two months, however, as her interests in men are always fleeting. Exes are open here, but it should be noted that she likely wouldn't have any remaining feelings for them. In fact she's been called a bit of a heartbreaker in the past, as she's quite cold to previous flings. Friendly, sure, but obviously not willing to revisit the past. Her final is Aphel Ashal and it's gonna be super cute and I'm pretty mad about it tbh.
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