1. If character’s house burned down, and they were left with nothing but the clothes on their back, what would they do? Where would they go? Seeing as how this is basically Chaville’s current situation, it’s a very fitting question. She wandered about, looking for somewhere to go though she had nowhere, and has now found work in Blackmoor Manor, a dark, crumbling place where her only comfort are the servant Betty and sir Geoffrey Greentree.
2. Are they happy with where they are in life, or would they like to move on? She has the gift of being contented no matter what her situation is. Things could be better, of course, but she won’t complain.
3. Are they well-paid? She’s never been paid in her entire life. She isn’t being paid even now, but she has been given food and a roof over her head.
4. Can they read? She can read very well, and enjoys reading aloud. Sir Avalon Blackmoor enjoys listening to her read aloud because she has a very musical voice.
5. What languages do they speak? She speaks with a Romanian accent because of her parents, but the only language she truly knows is English.
6. What is their biggest mistake? Her biggest mistake is taking sir Blackmoor at face value, until he risks his life to save hers and she sees that underneath his gruff, dark exterior is something worth seeking.
7. What did they play with most as a child? She had a wooden ball covered in gold-colored paint that she played with much of her childhood. She kept it with her and still plays with it even now she is eighteen.
8. What are their thoughts on politics? Politics aren’t much a part of Blackmoor’s Chaville.
9. What is their expected life time? She will probably live into her eighties, I should think.
10. If they were falsely accused of murder, what would they do? How would they react? She would probably say nothing at first, but would retain her dignity at all cost. When she was pushed to the edge, she would become extremely indignant and spirited about the truth.