DI AMORE, SARAH Feb 15, 2015 15:57:43 GMT -5
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SARAH DI AMORE
Sarah is quite the opposite of a social butterfly. She is largely distrustful of other people, and will often either run away from them or try and fight them outright when they stumble upon her. If she doesn't do either of those two, this distrust of people would still be evident. She comes across as aloof and standoffish in most conversations, although she's willing to fake enthusiasm or friendliness if it's in a situation where she knows or feels that it is necessary in order to not be injured by another person or group.
Sarah doesn't actually dislike people- she does wish that she could trust others and associate with them. She had close friends that she cared about when she was younger, and she wishes that she could have close friends like that again. However, she feels that it would be detrimental to her own survival- and her own survival is the most important thing to her.
She tends to trust her own instincts most of the time, as well as simple logic. She doesn't usually allow herself to get into fights, preferring flight over fight for the simple fact that she doesn't have first aid supplies to heal any wounds. In addition, Sarah is also quite resourceful, and has learned quite a few tricks over her years in the Menagerie that have helped her get out of more than a few tough situations.
Rosemary Avis was born to a human mother and a shifter father in a large city in France. Her father observed her closely in her childhood, watching to see if she turned out to be a shifter like him. She wasn't, and therefore never learned of her heritage. Her life was fairly normal- her family was in the upper-middle class and although they weren't fabulously wealthy, they did have some luxuries. She eventually married James di Amore, an Italian doctor, and moved across the Atlantic to Florida to raise a family with him.
They ended up having only one child, whom they named Sarah. She was a bright young girl, always curious and eager to learn. When she was six, she began her education at a private school. Her life was quite typical- she got decent grades and had a few close friends that she cared about. But that didn't last. When the existence of shifters was revealed, her parents were disgusted by the notion of such creatures. They'd never been quite fond of animals, so they saw shifters as abominations, uncultured scum that needed to be wiped out for the good of human race. Of course, neither knew of the shifter blood that ran in Rosemary's veins, and Sarah's in turn.
When she was thirteen, Sarah found that she tired of her dull life, the same routine day after day. She did not like being at her parents' beck and call and having to life the life that they had chosen for her, not the life that she wanted for herself. As such, her "rebel phase" began in her early teens. She broke rules such as curfews and occasionally left the house to be with her school friends rather than her parents. She ended up at odds with her mother and father, and they fought often.
It was during one of these fights that Sarah first shifted. Unfortunately for her, she was a late bloomer, so she had no way to stop herself. Before she knew what had happened, she was a large bat, not a thirteen year old girl. Her parents immediately locked her in a windowless room and reported her to UNIT. Before they arrived, Sarah tried her best to escape, but she simply couldn't. They dragged her out of her home, kicking and screaming. The last Sarah saw of her parents was them watching her from the front porch, unreadable expressions on their faces. She refuses to consider that they regret what they did.
Sarah was sent to the Keepers, where she was selected for the anthro project. She was experimented on for longer than she can remember before she was released into the Menagerie as a anthromorphic creature that was hardly human. Convinced by the betrayal of her parents that other people only existed to stab her in the back, Sarah decided to go it alone in the menagerie. She adapted to the new environment as quickly as she could, refusing to stray near other rogues or wander too deep into any of the Rings' territory.
In the present, she moves from place to place often in the pursuit of food and other supplies.