Character Biography Edit
Name: Parnell, Megan
Extra Curricular Activity: Basketball, Horse riding
School: Barry Coleson High
Appearance: Around 5'4", Megan has long dark brown hair which is usually pulled back into a high pony-tail or Indian style pig-tails. She has large dark brown eyes which peep out from behind a pair of alternative-style, square framed reading glasses (which she hates. Her parents won’t let her get contacts) and there is a faint splatter of freckles across the bridge of her nose and under her cheeks. She is of a medium build, neither really far nor skinny, although she has built up a fair bit of muscle from basketball. Her skin, though by no means deathly white, is towards the paler end of the scale and burns very easily in the sun, her reason for always carting around a tube of sunscreen in her backpack. She keeps to a fairly alternative style of clothing and can usually be seen wearing the likes of loose, flowing skirts over jeans or pants, and loose, natural t-shirts with some stupid left-wing slogan or another, which seams to suit her medium frame quite well.
Biography: Megan has led a fairly quiet, uneventful life so far, with the biggest drama probably being the divorce of her parents six years ago, when she was ten. Whilst the situation was obviously upsetting at the time, Megan quickly got used to the idea, and realised that it was all for the best, and is perfectly happy living with her mother and her mother’s new husband. She developed a great love for basketball when she was very young, thanks to the influence of her older sister, and while she certainly isn’t the star player or anything of her team, she does fairly well for herself and has pretty good reputation of being a decent defence. Horse riding was a hobby she picked up by herself, living not so far from some stables, and can be seen there mucking out horse crap most weekends.
Facts about Megan Edit
She was more or less approved, all Whiz had to do was change her number. Unfortunately, that never happened, and Megan was left as a concept.