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JadeName: Jade Tolliday
Grade: 3rd year
Grade started in: 1st year
Weapon Type: Great Sword
Meister: Florence "Floor" Ramius
Hair: Dyed light green, styled in loose curls
Eyes: Dark blue
Complexion: Dark tan
Stature: Short, a tad chubby, average build
Other physical traits: N/A
Personality: Jade is very cautious person. She does not easily trust. She is very straightforward, but timid. She has a good overall nature, but is a bit closed.
Hobbies: Carving wood, sword play
Likes: Successfully completing a project, whether it be a mission or a wood carving. Gum. Dragons. Green.
Dislikes: Rats. Failing. Being fat. Orange, both the fruit and the color.
Background: Born and raised in Englewood, Chicago, Jade's mother was a prostitute. Her mother didn't even know who her father was, much less Jade. Jade raised herself, her mother always being out on 'business'. She put herself through school, woke herself up
ShowerI turn the water on and step in
The water cleanses my hands of the days dirty deeds
The steam clears my mouth of the days dirty words
Ribbons run down my body, taking all the grime with it
I watch it all run down the drain
The dirt, the grime, the blood
There are only three things that I can not cleanse
My eyes, for they have seen too much of the naked world
My mind, for it is overwhelmed with the barbarity
My soul, for a soul can never reduce, it can only grow
Make that four things,
There is also my concision, for I will bear that burden for the rest of my life
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