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Lottie Morgan

RPed by Ck

Lottie 4th Year
Scarlett Lottie Morgan

Slytherin 4th Year

Vital Statistics
Born June 6, 2031
Age 14
Family Morgan Family Herself
Gender Female
Species Human
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Blonde
Status Alive
Signature [[File:|100px]]
Magical Characteristics
Wand Beech and Phoenix Feather
Wand Arm Left
Blood Purity Half-Blood
Patronus TBD
Boggart TBD

History []

  • What was your first incident of magic and how old were you?
    • "I was nine and hiding in my room from my Dad, but I still didn't really feel safe." Her jaw twitches slightly. "But then the next thing I knew, all the lights had gone off in the room, and I think the whole house. It was that way for probably five or six minutes they finally came back on. I'm pretty sure Dad always knew it was me, and I honestly hope it scared him."

Were you close with your family growing up? If not-why?

  • "I used to be close with my Mum before she died. She was like me-- magical. But she died when I was eight, and then all I got left with was my alcoholic Dad. So I don't think you'll blame me if I don't feel as close to him."

What were you like growing up?

  • "You know, for a long time we were probably this stupid ideal family. Pretty Mom, strong Dad... blond-haired, blue-eyed only child (that's me). We didn't have boat loads of cash or anything, but we had enough to do what we needed in life. And I'd have probably been set up great in life. Get my Hogwarts education and... keep on going. That's the story Mum always painted. Until she died." Lottie's face hardens. "I was eight. And it was some stupid accident. And the Healers couldn't bring her back, and Dad thought that the magic should've saved her, and it didn't. And he was always the light of her life, you know? So now all he does is drink. And get mad. And then drink some more. We could've... come together. Built ourselves up and been some great story of resilience or something. But he's not a strong Dad. He's weak, and pathetic. And I'm done with him."

What was your childhood dream? Why so? And why did it change?

  • "Dreams are for naive stupid people. Sure, I had dreams like every kid. That I'd go to Hogwarts and find my own unicorn and learn to have friends and be a witch and everything would be amazing. But not all of us can look through rose-tinted glasses. So yeah, it changed. It changed the day my Mum died. But don't ask me what my dream is now. I'm not really sure I have one."


What’s your education history? Do you enjoy learning and the way that school is taught?

  • "School's fine. I make passing marks. It's weird when you come to a place that you thought made you so special only to find that there are literally millions of other people just like you? And then when it's all seared with this... baggage because the parent who was like you isn't around anymore is just... it's not the greatest, okay? I want to make my Mum proud, I do. But with everything else going on?"


How's your financial situation? What's your main income? Do you rely on anyone? Do you want to rely on them or be more independent?

  • "Like I said earlier, we were always just... normal. My parents had normal jobs and we had a normal life. Not poor, not wealthy. Just... normal. Maybe when my Mum died, Dad got all worried about money? I honestly don't know. But I've been nicking coins and exchanging them for wizarding money for awhile now. I know I don't have a lot, but I'm still in school and can probably get a job this upcoming summer. Because I'm not going to rely on my Dad any more. I'm done with him. I'm running away."


Were you nurtured or neglected? What is your stance on the nature vs nurture argument based on your own experience? "Honestly both. The first eight years of my life were nothing but nurture. I was so close to my Mum, and my Dad too, I guess. And it made me... normal. But when she died and Dad slowly sank more and more into depression and alcohol? Then I got the whole neglect thing. I think you become what you're built up around, but that no one but you decides what your nature is. I used to have rose-colored glasses and think life would be fantastic. But that's not the case. You are what you make yourself. And I'll be damned if I let my Dad make me into what he's becoming."

Personality []

Do you believe in love at first sight?

  • "You know, I'm not sure? My parents marriage always seemed like such a happy one, and I'm pretty sure my Mum said she'd never dated before my Dad. But I feel like there can't be. I feel like that's supposed to grow and mature over time, right? It can't just be... instantaneous. But maybe it is, and I've just never experienced it."

How quick do you make decisions? ""Not very quickly. I'm a very deliberate, careful planner. I'm going to take in everything around me and ensure that what I'm doing is going to have the best possible outcome before I make any sort of decision."

Where do you see yourself in ten years?

  • "At twenty-four? I hope that I've got a good job. I dunno what on earth that is, but I hope I got passing NEWTs, and a good job and that I can support myself. What more can someone really want? A relationship? I mean sure, but it's not necessarily where I see myself. I want to see myself stable, and supporting myself and... not flailing to hold onto adulthood."

Do you believe people can be given a second chance?

  • "This is an interesting question, because it doesn't say anything to whether someone's done anything to earn it. Is the second chance freely given or is it earned? I think that second chances are absolutely possible, and I hope that I can get the opportunity to give my Dad one someday. But it's not going to be freely given. He has to earn the second chance and prove to me that he's gotten himself sober and on his feet. Then yes, we can absolutely have a second chance. Fool me once... and all that."


What do you think the definition of ‘freedom’ is?

  • "The ability to make your own choices. Sometimes freedom means screwing up and learning. But if you can't make your own choices, you don't have freedom. Simple as that."

How do you react to criticism?

  • "Probably not the best?" She winces. "It also super depends on how it's being presented. I can deal with constructive criticism if it's being delivered nicely, like professors in classes. But if someone's just going to rage on me about how I suck? That's obviously harder."

Do you think you deserve your position in life?

  • "What a strange question. Deserve? Does a rich person somehow curry more favor with the universe to befall their wealth? Did my mother... have chips against her and it brought her life to an early end? No one deserves their position in life, or doesn't deserve it. Your position in life is... your position in life. If you try to do something to change it, then great! But it has nothing to do with deserve."
Lottie 5th Year


Appearance []

Lottie is average height for her age. She's got blonde hair that sometimes curly after she washes it, but she prefers to keep it straight. Her most striking feature is her bright blue eyes, which usually have something of a hard stare in them, unless you've caught her in a moment of vulnerability. Her clothes are pretty plain-- hoodies, jeans and sneakers. Her face claim is Rylee Fansler.



Trivia []

  • Scarlett means: red
  • Samantha means: "listens well"
  • Morgan means: "great kingdom"
  • Her MBTI is:
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