Hamish/Hubert/Harris Jul 17, 2015 22:50:46 GMT -5
Post by Hamish/Hubert/Harris on Jul 17, 2015 22:50:46 GMT -5
HAMISH/HUBERT/HARRIS DUNBROCH would like to become part of the magic!
- Who am I? Just a conscience!
- Hey, howdy, hey! The name's MAGGIE, and I wished upon a star from BROWSING ADVERTISING SECTIONS. My other imaginary friends include NONE AT THE MOMENT. THE WEE DEVILS and I are so very eager to join the Worlds of Disney circle of life!
- I'm WISHING for
- Character name: Hamish, Hubert & Harris Dunbroch
Species: human (but brief respite as bear(s))
Title: The Wee Devils
Why: They look like fun to play and play with as rambunctious trouble makers
- Who's the fairest of them all?
Character appearance (try to get at least 2 or 3 sentences for each section)
Hair description: Curly red hair and blue eyes in a mix of both their parents and like their sister. Like their sister's, their hair is unruly, but due to both age and their trouble making they are able to leave it uncombed until their mother is able to corner them.
Facial description/mood expressions: Round faces. Most often holding a grin of mischief or giggling after a deed has been done. They are mostly happy, but at times can feel vulnerable as their young age leads them to be.
Clothing style: They wear the traditional kilts of Scotland, though made smaller for them. They have wee boots that fit them, but then even their tiny belt buckles do the opposite and are rather big for the boys' size.
Body build: Short and stocky, the triplets are not fat at all, just young and far from grown. This works for them, though, in that they are able to outrun trouble (or rather consequences of the trouble they cause) on nimble little legs.
Any unique traits (optional) : It is hard to tell them apart but for their family, and they can use this to their advantage with strangers and before it is discovered they are triplets by them pulling the old 'pop up and confuse'.
- Curiouser and curiouser about..
Original character analysis. (Everything must be in your own words! Please be thorough.)
- Personality: Bold, Adventurous and above all, full of Mischief and bad ideas, the triplets own no sense of decorum or even personal space and are as apt to club a visitor over the foot as beg treats off them. This applies collectively, though; when alone any of them can be more hesitant or shy due to losing the confidence of their working together.
History: Collectively the second, third and forth born to King Fergus and Queen Elinor; even the triplets don't quite know how the order goes, but they don't really focus on that too much. From birth they were a handful, crawling off away from their nurse, Maudie, at every chance they got. As they grew, so the trouble, so that now, though their history is just starting they are a rumor among the Scottish countryside. King Fergus, the Bear King's wild boys seeming to fit their father's own legend.
They proved this description, even if majority of the country never heard of the full story. While their sister, Merida, battled tradition put upon her, the boys simply went about the activities they always had, causing trouble and stealing treats from under Maudie's nose, whether it be at the presenting of the three clans or during the archery competition for Merida's hand.
Amidst their chaos making, they noticed the stand off between their mother and Merida after she shot off some arrows, but their short attention spans pulled them off to other things soon after before their father stopped them up and they all headed back to the castle followed by angry clan leaders.
At first the boys wondered over if these men were angry at them, but apparently it was Merdia who had caused the trouble this time. They quickly went back to exploring out trouble and nothing unusual happened until they were "learning of" their father's trophies in his trophy room and a bear rushed in to reprimand them. Quickly they halted their deeds and somehow, by the manner and crown, knew this was their mother.
Merida explained that they had to get their mother out past the lords and King Fergus, and after being promised a year of free deserts, the boys agreed to help. The adult clan leaders, including their own father, were little match against the trio as with little more than pots, pans and timed roars they had them rushing all about the castle. Treats aside, it was immense fun, especially as they got to scare Maudie too!
After locking the lords and king up on the roof so that Merida and their mother could sneak out, their sister told them to help themselves to anything in the kitchen as reward. Their eyes found a delicious looking cake first of all and they quickly each grabbed at it and devoured it.
After that, they went back to exploring the now empty, but for Maudie, castle and all the spots they couldn't get to with their father and mother there. They were halted as they began to feel sick, though, and soon found that whatever had turned their mother into a bear was catching or something as they became cubs.
After getting use to this, for once, the boys (or rather cubs now) actually laid low as everyone made their way back to the castle, after seeing how everyone chased their mother when she was a bear.
When Merida and their mother returned, they were only there a short while enough for the boys to notice she wasn't back to normal, and not long after this their father set out in pursuit of their mother, thinking her the bear that killed his wife. Merida tried to protest, but was locked in her room as it was also thought she was just high strung after everything.
Knowing Merida would at least understand, the boys approached a bit hesitantly, but were quickly put to use in getting the key to the room from Maudie. In this they quickly found their old mischievous spirit and frightened Maudie until cornering her by the kitchen fireplace and their retrieving the key through their standard Two distract One pounce prank.
After freeing Merida, they all four rushed to try and save their mother where she'd been cornered at the Stones of Callanish, but were paused as Mor'du, the demon bear from their father's stories that they had heard too many times, showed up and threatened Merida as well as them. This made their mother break free of the ropes the lords and King Fergus had tied her down with and she leapt in to defend her children. After Mor'du was defeated (and in a way freed to his proper form) Merida finally was able to explain to Fergus who the bear and three cubs were. She then threw over her mother's form the tapestry that was suppose to fix all. At first it seemed to not work and the boys worried that they would both lose their mother and perhaps after a time themselves as well. Yet at the last moment all turned back to normal and the boys rushed over to hug their family.
They all retuned to the castle and bid the lords good bye, since the children were going to chose their own paths now and the three lords sons try to win Merida's hand on their own if they could. The boys stowed away on one of the ships, just to see the look on their father's face, and he rowed out to get them.
Yet as they were placed in the boat, it soon changed and both their father and the countryside disappeared to reveal a boat made of different feeling wood and surrounded by odd people.
Ambitions: To cause trouble, make people make funny faces, get back home, find their family, have fun while trying to do these last two.
Strengths & abilities: Working well off each other their cooperative back up is their strength as is their youthful energy. They also don't take anything to seriously for too long, even when they were turned into bears.
Flaws: Unruly, don't listen well, offend easily, break things easily, can't stay out of trouble...
Likes: Deserts! Fun, pranks (that they are causing), Exploring, and now they tend to be a bit more interested in bears than they were before but will still not just approach a full adult.
Dislikes: Having to sit still, being told what to do, haggis, boring repeated stories, stern adults.
Fears: Not getting home, larger creatures, weird spells, witches in general now
What makes this character unique: The scale of trouble caused by these three. Most think they know what to expect from children but are then surprised by how hard to handle these three are!
RP SAMPLE: Hamish was the one who stood up first to take a look around. Hubert and Harris just glanced around while sitting. "What is it?" Hubert asked first, "Where are we?".
He did not expect his brother to merely shrug his shoulders, "I dun' know...".
"What de you mean, 'dun' know'!" Harris now jumped up. His brother was trying to joke him now and it was not funny or appreciated. He pushed him to show him this and the two would have tussled but Hubert stood and just quietly glanced about, and the rest of their family would have been shocked to see it. All three did, in fact, simply glanced about at their strange surroundings.
"Didn't Da' just...
"Yeah, we were in the boat"
"Not this one" Hubert glanced down.
"No, I know not this one"
"I dun' know!"
All three voices clamored with each other as the boys tried to figure out where they were. Then as one, they all spotted a tourist, not that they knew that was what they were called. "Ask him!" as one thought and voice the sentence was announced, and then, as one, the three swarmed towards the person. They weren't sure why he screamed and ran away. They were just wee lost children curious where they were that wanted to tackle and ask him for help.