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AVA QUINCEY - September 22, 2011 08:35 PM (GMT)
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<b>full name </b><br>AVA HELENA QUINCEY<BR><br>
<b>age </b><br>SEVENTEEN<BR><br>
<b>location </b><br>LOST BOYS CAMP<BR><br>
<b>group </b><br>LOST BOYS<BR><br>
<b>occupation </b><br>STUDENT<BR><br>
<b>role </b><br><BR><br>
<b>playby </b><br>WILLA HOLLAND<BR><br><br>
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If it wasn’t for the fact that Ava often chooses to keep to her own company, she’s the type that isn’t all that difficult to get along with. She has a habit of talking first and thinking it through later, which can lead to more than its fair share of bother, though she rarely, if ever, actually intends to offend or upset anyone. While generally quite happy to go off and do her own thing, yet it doesn’t take a whole lot of effort on the part of someone considered to be a friend in order to convince her into going along with something, being a really very loyal person when it comes down to it.
Typically avoiding confrontation where possible, Ava can be more than a little stubborn when it comes to something she feels rather more strongly about, and won’t hesitate to add her own opinion whether it’s all that appreciated or not. Whilst always usually having been a rather laid-back kind of person, the current zombie predicament has more than shaken her cool of late.
The only child to an American father and French mother, Ava has always had a pretty relaxed and open upbringing. The pair met back when Bradley Quincey was just a newly-graduated student of ancient history on a trip to France for further research into his specific area of interest - European Iron Age history. There he met Isabelle, a local girl who had recently taken up a job in a nearby museum. From starting out bonding over their shared interest, things went on from there, and two years later the pair were married and moved back to his home country to settle down.
Three years on from their return, Ava came along, and from that day on, her parents made it their goal to be the kind of parents <i>they</i> would have wanted themselves. Now working as a college lecturer in ancient history and a museum curator, it was perhaps surprising that both had such a relaxed approach to parenting, deciding that if they gave Ava as much freedom as possible, then she wouldn’t feel the need to push too much later. Still, an interest in history was encouraged, even if it was something that, to their disappointment, their daughter wasn’t all that interested in.
Well-off enough to live comfortably, when her interest in music became apparent, her parents were more than happy to accommodate this – albeit still harbouring a little disappointment over the fact she didn’t share their enthusiasm – and playing and practicing various instruments soon became her number one hobby, if it did come at the cost of sacrificing some friendships and other pursuits. At the time, however, it wasn’t something that bothered her in the slightest, always having been perfectly happy to go her own way instead of following the crowd.
Tending to achieve around average grades in high school, with a little variation between subjects and a more than noticeable improvement on that when it came to music, Ava spent the majority of her time at school being largely on the outside of things, not that it terribly bothered her. She wasn’t interested in making the effort to become a part of any clique, though got on well enough with those that shared similar interests to hers. Still, while her friendship with Tomlinsen had long since eroded with time, she wasn’t opposed to helping her out when she needed it, not needing all that much coercing. So when she found herself landed in detention after being caught in the act of helping to dispose of the stash, she wasn’t exactly resentful over it – reasoning that she could easily handle the time given her helpful intentions to begin with. Better than leaving a friend to their problems, no matter how long it had been since they really acknowledged each other as such.
However, Ava wasn’t expecting events to take the turn they subsequently did, but then who really prepared for that kind of thing in all seriousness? Since the outbreak, and having no better plan, she’s stuck with the other girls sharing the detention time with her, eventually joining up with the others at the camp. While fairly good at keeping up her relaxed and laid-back demeanour during the day, any noise after dark will typically result in another sleepless night for her. Around the camp, she’s happy to take up just about any role that’s asked of her, even if she has a tendency to get distracted from her task rather easily.

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AVA QUINCEY - September 23, 2011 09:56 PM (GMT)
Alright, hopefully done :3

GEORGE ROMERO - September 23, 2011 11:03 PM (GMT)



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