Player Page:Emily Kellar
From WoD Gotham
Standing at an average 5'8", Emily has the Typical Irish dark brown hair that is nearly black in the right lighting and hazel brown/green eyes. She is incredibly lean due to a diet primarily compromised of cigarettes and coffee and she is always wearing a bit of eyeliner and eye shadow to help hide the bags under her eyes from hours of staying out late. Despite these things, she has a quality about her that just manages to turn heads. Her "Don't care" attitude, letting her hair fall where it will detracts and somehow adds to her natural looks. She likes to wear chap stick in lieu of lipstick, and beyond her eyes never really wears any makeup. Her fashions mostly range from practical to whatever they need to be at the moment, making her an eclectic miss match sometimes, as if she had just lost a fight with a dresser filled with old 90's and early 2000's fashions. She smells like a mix of perfume and smoke and she is usually found with a cigarette in hand or playing with her lighter if she can't indulge her vice.
Intense, yet somehow polite. She has a way about her and a way with people that can be scary a times and intriguing at others. When she has to be, she can be incredibly nice and respectful, always seeming to know the right thing to say to the right people. When social faux pas aren't a threat, she becomes an incredibly driven creature. She is constantly searching for something, and you can see it in her eyes that she -always- finds what she is looking for.
Emily is a journalist that keeps and maintains her own column that makes it to print as well as online. Her column involves a lot of writing on philosophy, especially articles about Truth and the meaning of. Occasionally, however, her column moves from talks of philosophy to whatever gritty horrid thing she may have encountered while on the streets.
- "I'm a sample quote." Quote Gnome
Play Style: I am definitely hardcore (IC 3-4 times a week at least and on the other days writing her column and in the chat if people will need me)
Content: When it comes to what I can take in a scene, Nothing really bothers me. I've read so much horror and seen so many movies that I am definitely comfortably desensatized.