name: rorianna hunt nicknames: rori or hunt age: seventeen birth date: august 7th year: junior gender: female sexuality: heterosexual spirit: tiger lily, from peter pan power/s: heightened senses like smell and hearing. everything she needs for survival in the wild.
hair: brunette eyes: dark green build: an athletic build. slim and well toned, with a little curve due to her genes. height: 5'9" fashion sense: rori's fashion sense has always been simple. she wears what's comfortable and practical to how she'll be spending the day. she doesn't really care much for any certain type of style, just as long as it's not pink, and it doesn't get in her way. you won't catch her in any type of heels unless she's a particularly risque mood. more often than not though, she'll be in a Nike covered get up, or just a plain t-shirt and shorts. overall appearance: an athlete is probably the first thing one will notice about rori. due to her toned abs and legs, and her tall stature. her skin is bronzed from the sun, and her hair is always long and flowing over her shoulders or up in a messy ponytail. though her face appears stern naturally, when she smiles, she can light up a room. however, this smile is almost always due to some type of mischief she may be up to. If the girl is happy, she's most definitely pulling some type of risk. play-by: nataniele ribiero
similarities to the canon:
TOMBOY: Rori has always been one of the guys. Although she's an only child, she grew up in a very big family, just like Tigerlily. Filled with cousins and close relatives, most of the burly boys that helped her to dive into her athletic roots and grow to love the outdoors. Tigerlily was a survivor and had to live among her tribe and the lost boys, who were constantly at a game of war. So she's actually quite good at any sport you throw at her, and knows how to stay a float in the midst of trouble. Among all activities however, Rori quickly found her knack for running at a young age. It's the one thing that can truly calm her down. Losing has never been one of her strong points.
APPEARANCE: Rorianna definitely has the native american look to her, and her roots actually do contain the Cherokee tribe when you follow them back. Her skin is bronzed and dark like Tigerlily's, and her hair is a long and flowing dark brown to match as well. She is truly Tigerlily in living form.
ADVENTUROUS: Give her a dare and she'll go for it. She doesn't care if it's embarrassing or dangerous, she'll just do it. She grew up not wanting to be left behind by all her older cousins, so she had to push herself to keep up with them and be good enough to hang out. The lost boys would always challenge the Indians to battles and contest, trying to capture each other as prisoners, and I'm sure that Tigerlily was always in the midst of these. She loves to challenge herself and push the limit, whether that means hiking up a mountain, or trying to help someone out. Rori just wants to take every risk imaginable. If she's not moving or doing something, she feels like she's wasting time, and life isn't meant to be wasted. Life is precious.
STUBBORN: The girl can hold a grudge like no other. When she gets an idea in her head, it's hell trying to get it out. When Captain Hook captured young Tigerlily, the girl would have first drowned before giving the pirate any information, and Rori is just the same. She will fight you to the end, until she's absolutely positive that she has no argument left. Even then, she won't admit the person was right. She has honor, from her family (or tribe), and she wants to keep it. So if you don't want to be shut out of her life or otherwise punched, I would suggest you stay on her good side. She's strong willed and she doesn't take bullshit from anyone, especially those she loves. She knows better, and she'll call you out if you're up to no good.
LOYAL: Rori loves her family, and even though she spent most of her childhood giving her father hell and breaking all the rules, she still would lay her life down for any member of the Hunt clan. An Indian like Tigerlily always stay loyal to whichever tribe they come from, and even though they were friends with Peter and the Lost Boys in the books, she would have still chosen her family over anyone, and so will Rori. Family is everything, and she would do anything for them if they really needed her. She is still very loyal to any friends she makes too. It takes a whole lot to earn her complete trust, but once you do, she'll have your back in any situation. The trick is getting to a point where she let's you get that close.
FLIGHTY: If there's one thing that Rori hates, it's being tied down. She has to be moving and doing something always, so the same goes for life and relationships in general. Neverland was an island that never truly slept. Something was always going on, so it stands to reason that there was never really a dull moment for Tigerlily. In the same way, Rori just has to be living life somehow. For instance, she can't be stuck with a boyfriend or a bunch of responsibilities. She has to be moving and going places with her life. Working to be the best of the best, and never letting anything hold her back. Including boys. Rori is definitely your one night stand kind of girl. She loves breaking the rules, and when a guy presents a challenge or a new danger, it excites her. But as soon as that excitement is gone, so is she. The only commitment she will ever make is to her family and herself.
likes: Outdoors, hunting, racing, competitive sports, surfing, music, cheese, fruit, lilies, dogs, rain, thunderstorms, cars, and the occasional man of course. dislikes:Ditsy girls, snobs, pink, virgin drinks, being left out, being told no, being babied, school, rules, nail polish, liars, and crocs. yuck. strengths: cunning, smart, fast, resourceful, and brave. weaknesses: stubborn, unpredictable, blunt, and a tease. goals: to spend every day taking at least one risk. fears: dying unsatisfied with her life. seeing a family member die. secrets: she has a crush on "peter pan". overall personality: Rori is a very independent girl to say the least. She doesn't like to think that she needs anyone else's help but her own. With Tigerlily a constant presence in her head, she brings with her an honor and such an adventurous spirit. Although both Rori and Tigerlily share their equally stubborn attitudes, it is usually the Indian inside that pushes Rori to seek out adventures and constantly be on her toes.
This same adventurous spirit can also cause Rori to be a bit of a flirt. She's a wild child at heart with a need for excitement and always desiring a challenge. So flirting with a guy that catches her interest just come natural. Deep down, I am sure that Rori is a good person. One who will fight for honor and justice in the world, and all that. But initially, she just wants to have a good time. Sometimes, at the cost of other's expense. So if she begins break a few boys' hearts, don't say I didn't warn you.
One more thing about this girl's little attitude, is that she likes to get straight to the point. This means that she isn't much of a talker. She can end up being a little blunt because she'll just go ahead and say what's on her mind. And if she really has no interest in you, then she'll barely say anything at all. Doesn't matter to her really. She'll just move onto the next interesting thing in sight.
place of birth: Denver, Colorado hometown: Denver, Colorado parents: Bryan & Maria Hunt siblings: none other: about 15 older and younger cousins. 11 of them boys. pet/s: Duke; a German Shepard overall history: On August 7th, in Denver, Colorado, Rori was definitely one of those babies that came out screaming. Loud as can be, the girl was making it known that she was not a happy camper. Once held in her mother's arms however, she seemed to calm down straight away. Family close, they brought her home and treated her like the princess they believed her to be. Her father would buy her dresses and toys, pink things and candies, anything that he thought a little girl ought to have. However, they soon grew to learn that Rori was not your typical girl. She hated every girly thing they pushed at her, and when asked what she wanted to do with her day, she'd always reply with something outdoors, or hanging with her rough housing cousins. She'd go hunting with them, snowboarding, camping, dirt biking, you name it. If it was outdoors or even the slightest chance of a risk, she'd happily take them up on any challenge. And since she was abnormally fast, she kept up easily with anything they'd pull on her.
Her skills always impressed them, and for a while, it was just cute that she'd always grin and say things like, "Tigerlily got ya that time." It became a nickname for her. The little tomboy indian princess. However, as she grew into her teen years, the nickname seemed to go a little deeper than they'd expected. If asked by someone she trusted, she'd admit that she was special, unlike normal girls. That there was another voice inside her head, a presence that she couldn't shake. And her name was Tigerlily. Her cousins would tease her about it, and tell her to quit joking around, but her parents grew worried.
Rori didn't know why or how, but she knew, deep down, that she was Tigerlily, and Tigerlily was her. When she tried to explain it to her family they just continued to call her insane, or say it was all in her head. Tigerlily was nothing but a fictional character she'd watched as a child. This was a psychological problem they were sure. However, when they heard of Nemare, and its special candidates, they realized that Rori was not the only one to be affected by something like this. A few weeks ago, Rori received a letter that she'd been accepted to Nemare Academy. At first, she thought it was a joke, but as she continued to read, the letter began describing exactly what she'd been going through. Her parents had never told another soul about her issues, and she knew that for a fact. So this place had to be real. She showed her father the letter, and he was urging her to pack for Nemare straight away. She felt slightly betrayed that he wanted to ship her off to get help so fast, but he wanted her to take over his business someday, running their land properties and investments in Colorado, so she had to be healthy in his eyes. She didn't want to be at this school at all, but here she was, forced to conform. Of course. She was her father's little "princess", and now, she had to get her act together.