Name: Sharda Dragon
Side: "Those Brave Enough"
Personality: I am very cheery, and will often not punish people for breaking small school rules, and of course, being tardy. I am always very happy to call students up to my office, and that is mostly because I don't actually get the chance to leave the premisies very often, and then I can talk to their parents as a person. I often want to get of school ground, but that never happens because then the mansion would be up for grabs to the students, even though they can't leave school premises themselves without a probable reason. When ever you see me wear the red dress though, that is an occasion of either a student finaly gets punished, it is a holiday of a sort, or it is just the anniversary of my parents death. I am very prideful, so would rather not a flirted on or hit on in public, though, anywhere private, I can care less.
Appearance: I always wear a very elegant dress, and with it I normally have my hair bound toward the end, and have it just straight. My hair is a very beautiful shade of brown, and goes down to about my waist. The dress is more commonly a sky blue or sea green, but sometimes I wear a fiery red dress for special occasions. My eyes are a shade of light blue.
History: I grew up in a very large mansion, and was a rich kid. I got everything that I wanted, but one thing, the attention of my parents. My parents had 3 nursemaids to take care of me when I was young, but none ever cared for me like a daughter. Eventually, I finally got my parents attention, but it was well to late.
When I was about 7 years old, a homicidal maniac broke into my home, and killed both of my parents, the only reason I was not killed is that my parents had kept the man out of my small room. My parents were both discovered dead in the morning, because the housemaid let in a group of my parents clients. After that, I got complete control of the mansion, but the profit didn't come with it until I was 18.
Moves: Astonish, Growl, Absorb
Personality: Very cheerful, and is very good with new people, as long as they do not want a battle at the very first of meeting them.