Mature, logical, loyal
Shy, mischevious, unruly
Most Influenced By
Sabrina le Fey
Growing up completely isolated from the world and everybody in it doesn't do much for a child, especially when it comes to developing a personality: because of his unique upbringing, Morgan is kind of a blank slate. He's quiet, prefering to spend most of his observing rather than contributing, as he's only had his mother to model himself on. Having Sabrina le Fey as a role model has certainly contributed to the more... distinct parts of his character; he's a very good thief, naturally nimble-fingered. He's also a talented escape artist, able to disappear and reappear without even so much as making a squeak. Most importantly, he's developed a good sense of logic. Whilst his knowledge of how to transfigure a bird into a goblet is limited, he's extremely adept at solving puzzles, whether they be physical ones like Rubik's cubes, or mental ones. If you ever have an issue that needs solving, Morgan's the person to go to.
People are strange to him. He's not quite sure how to construct himself when talking to different people, so he kind of just takes parts of their personalities and builds some sort of facade with them: this means he's more than happy to lie or greatly exaggerate the truth to gain someone's trust or affection. It's a life tactic. His ability to morph into different versions of himself depending on who he's talking to is a trait inherited from his father, no doubt, but whilst a part of him secretly knows and values its use, the rest of him is completely oblivious. He's a sweet kid, deep down: he just needs someone to find that in him.
Something special about Morgan is his wicked sense of adventure. His home let him explore every nook and cranny of the island, every lake and tree, and it's left him hungry to explore the world that's so new to him. He's the kid in the group who will go charging head-first into the Forbidden Forest without a care in the world, or diving to the bottom of the Great Lake with just his held breath. Sometimes consequences bypass him, but if someone pulls him back down to earth now and again, he should be fine.
Loyalty is incredibly important. He'd never break a promise, never tell a secret: in fact, he's the best person to tell secrets to. Mother always taught him how important alliances and friendship are, so any bond he forms with a person, he treasures with all his heart. Ew... are these feelings? Gross. Maybe growing up isn't for him after all, if he has to deal with these.