From Reality to Phantasmagoria
Name: Haru Donovan
Age: 17 (DOB: 11/4/1999)
Occupation: A full time student
Height: 5'3 / 160cm
Weight: 115lb / 52kg
Eye color: Brown
Hair color: Dark brown
Appearance: She has long dark brown hair. It is slightly curly and kept in a ponytail, tied by an orange ribbon most of the time. She carries a surprise look on the face. Her school uniform is worn by the rules to the last letter. She wears a charmed silver bracelet given by her mother on her right wrist. When not in her uniform she wears a sundress, even in winter, in which she wears her favorite brown coat over it.
Personality/Character: She tends to get overly emotional, even at the smallest things. She cares deeply about people around her's well-being and would often lend them an ear if they have a problem. She would then try to offer them an advice, but she is terrible at it. She plays by the rules and detest rebels simply because sometimes she wishes that she has the guts to break the rules.
She is average when it comes to school, thus she always force herself to study but would give up half way. "Leave it up to fate," she often says. Even though she hopes for good outcomes, she can be very pessimistic at times. She is great at baking, but horrible at cooking food. Thus, her lunch usually consists of baked goods that she shares with her friends. She can be really naive in certain situations. She is very easygoing. There are only two things that she won't tolerate; rules-breaking and clutters.
History: Her father, Carter Donovan, met her mother, Maya Kitajima, during his business trip in Japan. After they got married, they moved to New York City, where Haru was born and raised. After her parents' mysterious disappearance when she was 14, her uncle, the only relative she has left became her guardian. Uncle Simon, as she calls him, is on the the Blane Ashton Private Academy's school board. He is responsible for her enrollment there.
She lives alone in an apartment on the Upper West Side that belonged to her parents. She is close friends to Heath Holowitz, an optimistic boy who also attends Blane Ashton Private Academy and Holly Gray, the missing girl from Horace Mann Private School.