Post by Morgan Philip on Feb 10, 2019 21:12:28 GMT -5
Who am I? Just a conscience!
Hey, howdy, hey! The name's Sephy, and I wished upon a star from Google? Claudz? I don’t remember.. My other imaginary friends include Helen Parr, Jack-Jack Parr, Hector, and Gaston. Morgan Philip and I are so very eager to join the Worlds of Disney circle of life!
Character name: Morgan Alexis Philip
Age: 6 years old
Birthplace: New York, New York
Custom title: Fairy-Tale Dreamer
Why'd you pick this character? Because I like that she has such a persevering personality that is still centered around fairytales despite living with such a realistic, practical dad. She's also very obedient and helpful, but mostly brave enough to fiercely want to protect her dad or other people in grave danger the way she does.
Character appearance (try to get at least 2 or 3 sentences for each section)
Hair description: Honey brown hair with a combination of loose waves and curls at the tips, but frizzy at the top. She’ll have it in a ponytail, have it loose with a pink headband, or have pigtails, etc. She changes her hairstyle every day.
Facial description/mood/expressions: Morgan’s common expression is a sweet smile that spreads across her chubby cheeks, bearing the few gaps in her teeth from losing her baby teeth around this age and growing her “grown up” teeth. Sometimes, however, when she’s not satisfied with something, her eyebrows will tilt upwards over her hazel eyes or she’ll crinkle her little nose when really doesn’t like something.
Clothing style: When it comes to school, Morgan has her mandatory school uniform, which is her black buttoned up sweater over her white polo shirt and a plaid skirt of teal, white, and grey. Her purple book bag has a heart and flower pins on the straps over each of her shoulders. When she’s not wearing her school uniform or her white belt karate uniform, she’ll often be found wearing a shirt that is pink, purple, or any color that has either butterflies or flowers in it and a skirt that goes to her knees that will match her pink flowery shoes.
Body build: Skinny but still has her baby fat, especially in her adorable chubby cheeks
Any unique traits (optional): Sometimes, her hazel eyes turn a shade of green under certain lights.
Original character analysis (In your own words and please be thorough)
Morgan is an imaginative little girl that prefers to be immersed in a world of fairy-tales than being grounded in the practicality that her father tries to instill upon her. If she were given the choice, she'd always escape back into a world of fairytales either through reading a fairytale book or playing dress up and pretending that she is a fairytale character like a fairy. She prefers the happier world of dreams coming true rather than dealing with the gloomy world where she doesn't have many friends and where she doesn't have to think about not having a mother, or worse - getting a stepmother. Still, she is both used to and comfortable being around her no-nonsense, practical father. She loves her father very much, since he is the only family that she has. It is because of this that she is used to non-traditional men, which may make her stand out from people who come from traditional family roles. Moreover, her exposure to fairytales and girly magazines has given her a more romantic point of view than most kids her age that are not interested in that stuff until much later. Because she believes that fairytales are real, this enables Morgan being the first to believe things that people tell her that sound like they might be pure fantasy, without questioning it or imparting any judgment. An outsider among her classmates herself, she would be quick to understanding and helping that person adapt. The downside to this is, of course, if that person were lying the entire time, it would render Morgan quick to believe in such lies.
Although Morgan will always question grown ups that tell her practical things, perhaps with a bit of sass, she will always comply and be obedient in the end. As long as Morgan can feel helpful to anyone, Morgan will always find even the simplest, practical task rewarding.
Morgan was born in New York City, New York, looking every bit like her mother, but sadly growing up without her when her mother left the family shortly after Morgan turned 1 years old. Her father, Robert Philip, quickly took on the "mother" and "father" role, trying to do all that he could to make sure that she would grow up without ever needing anything. Unfortunately, Morgan would never know what happened to her mother because her father would never talk about her whenever she would ask him. Since the moment Morgan learned about Mother's Day in her school, that was the day that she would question it the most, unfortunately; For the kids in school always had something for their mothers, participating in events with their mothers, or even just talking about things that they would do with their mother, and poor little Morgan would withdraw from the conversation without being able to share anything, not even at least having an answer for it since she did not know herself. Of course, there were some children that would pick on her for it, saying that her mother left her because she didn't like her, which caused her to withdraw from the other kids, not being able to relate to them. Still, she was thankful to find the one or two kids that she could look forward to spending time at school, while also reading up on girly magazines to find out the latest things on her own.
Not being able to talk about her lack of a mother to her dad since he was adamant about not talking about it, Morgan also found her outlet through fairytale stories that she still had around from the time that her mother was still here. She found the magical world of anything being possible far better than the current reality that she was in, the practical sort of life that her father tried to teach her to adapt to in order to protect her from disappointment. He even helped her get into karate to defend herself and tried to inspire her to be much like the powerful, strong women in history. Still, the 6 year old imaginative dreamer proved to be completely different from her practical father, who worked as a Divorce Lawyer and didn't believe in happily ever afters. Just because he didn't believe in happily ever afters, however, her father still shared the news to her about getting married to Nancy Tremaine, who would become her step-mother. That instantly rose a big flag for Morgan. Nancy was nice, and she knew her her since she could remember, but..she barely spent time with her in the 5 years of her life that she'd known her, and the few times she did, she just didn't feel a connection. Even still, step-mothers were evil according to the fairy-tale books. Sure, she always pretended to be a princess or magical fairy, but she didn't want to be like all the princesses that would deal with a wicked step-mother! Despite being opposites, Morgan rarely clashed with her father, mostly always listening to him and being ever helpful to him, but she did whine about how her step-mother would be fitting into their life - at least until something far more important promptly took her attention, much like the way she always escaped from reality: The sight of a princess at the castle billboard!
Morgan couldn't believe it! It looked like a real princess with her big pretty dress! It was raining outside though and the princess was really high up on the billboard; she looked like she needed help! Morgan tried to convince her father that it was a real princess, before she instantly opened the door while the car was stopped and she ran outside to see if she could talk with the princess to help her get down. Her father instantly got out of the car and barely caught the princess in time just as she fell off the billboard. After hearing Giselle's story about how she managed to get here while they lead her to their apartment and after trying to push her through the doorway with her hooped dress that she made with the help of her animal friends, they were able to get the princess inside their apartment to dry up and call someone for her. Well, her father didn't think it was a real princess, but Morgan was so convinced that this was a real princess! She begged her daddy to please let her stay the night more than twice because the princess looked tired, but he refused each time. Morgan relented, however. Sometimes, her daddy had rules that she had to agree to, even though she didn't understand. Just when she got into her pajamas and tucked her stuffed animals to bed, her father seemed to have changed his mind and the princess was allowed to sleep for the night.
The next day, Morgan woke up to hearing singing and suddenly seeing animals everywhere in the apartment! Daddy never allowed animals in the apartment! Morgan immediately alerted her father to wake up, and she tried to help him get the animals out. When Nancy got to the apartment early to pick her up for school, Morgan instantly felt awkward and confused upon witnessing what went on between Nancy, Giselle, and her father. Nancy was upset and Daddy had to end up taking her to school - when he remembered, that is; He seemed really distracted. After that, her daddy picked her up from school and things seemed to be a lot calmer since then. They even were able to go to the Bella Notte restaurant for some pizza together! While Morgan was helping a staff worker with the folding of napkins, she was suddenly stunned to find a chipmunk on the table! Morgan instantly rushed over to see the chipmunk closely with excitement, but her father picked her up and pulled her away to keep her from getting "disease" or something. Everyone was trying to get rid of the chipmunk when Morgan suddenly found the pizza "breathing," which she later realized was the chipmunk hiding under there and what lead to the big chef guy throwing the pizza into the coal fire oven. Morgan was so saddened that she couldn't bare to watch in her daddy's arms. Thankfully, Giselle made her feel better when she tucked her in later that night with an interesting story of Little Red Riding Hood carrying an axe! It made her feel so much better that she kissed Giselle on the cheek before going to a deep sleep.
Morgan woke up again to eat breakfast with Giselle and her father, when she went to go answer the door and found that it was a man named Prince Edward. Morgan was stunned until she saw Prince Edward point a sword at her daddy from far away! The fact that someone was attacking the only family that she had left frightened her! While Giselle tried to convince him that they were friends, Morgan instantly ran in front of her father with her arms protectively around her father, not wanting the prince to hurt him. The prince thankfully lowered his sword and then she smiled when he actually became romantic as he sang to Giselle, who.. didn't sing back. Morgan was confused as to why Giselle didn't sing back, but she smiled in amusement when Giselle spoke about going on a date, which Morgan knew a lot about because of the magazines she would read. Morgan was especially sad to hear that Giselle was leaving them though. She tried hard not to cry while Giselle spoke her farewell, so she couldn't speak. The moment that Giselle left, Morgan began to tear up as she said that she was going to miss her. Morgan loved the positivity that Giselle brought to her life, and she had already grown attached to her, so it hurt even more watching her leave them.
After Morgan was comforted by her daddy, she then went back to escape her reality by delving into her world of fantasy and pretending that she was a fairy godmother. That was when Giselle came back to their apartment and ask for her help to get dressed for a ball that was going to be starting soon! That sounded like an emergency! Morgan instantly pulled out her father's credit card that he had given her for emergencies and went shopping with her to get her prepared for the ball, helping her with the latest fashions and getting her hair and nails done. It really felt nice to be helpful, but it felt even more nice because it made her wonder if this was what it was like to go shopping with a mother, and she wanted more experiences like this. Even though she was stuck with a babysitter watching her that night, Morgan felt happy to know that she was helpful to Giselle in her date to the ball, even if it may be the last time she'd ever see her again before she would go back to Andalasia, though she dreamed that night that Giselle would somehow end up staying with them.
The next day, her dreams came true when Giselle and her father shared the news that Giselle was here to stay forever and ever! Unfortunately, that dream would quickly cut short when Morgan suddenly found herself in a new fantasy world of Disney.
To help Giselle adapt to the modern world and have more “mother-daughter” experiences
Strengths & abilities:
Helpful - Morgan loves to help out with even the simplest of things - from helping to fold napkins for a staff worker in a restaurant to helping someone adapt to modern society. She also doesn't ask for anything in return for it; She just helps for the sheer feeling of being helpful to someone.
Brave/Protective - Although she does get scared, Morgan is brave enough to leave a car to help someone on a billboard or move in front of her daddy when he's being threatened by a sword
Asks questions first before going to action - Morgan will always ask what to do, just for reassurance, before she does something. She usually doesn't like to do things without being told
Open minded to strange or different people - Because Morgan is so used to fairytales, she easily adapts to Giselle's strangeness and helps them out without any judgment
Mostly obedient - Follows Directions, though may misunderstand at rare times, like when she's under a stressful situation of taking out vermin from the apartment. She will only break away from obedience on rare occasions where someone is in dire need of help, like getting out of a car to help someone that is standing on a billboard.
White Belt in Karate - Although she is just starting karate, it is a skill that she possesses. It's not enough to properly defend herself in battle, however.
Sassy at times: If she doesn’t like something, she will let you know that she doesn’t and it may not be said in the most polite way; it usually has a bit of an attitude, like getting a book as a present, and not a very fun book. She’ll also crinkle her nose very obviously if she doesn’t like something or understand something, or give you a sassy “look” to call someone to attention to what they’re doing, like not taking her to school. She usually tries to fix it by being friendlier afterwards, however.
Naïve: She’ll believe anything that anyone tells her from the very beginning and without question if it revolves around her imaginary, fantasy-loving way of thinking. This makes her easily susceptible to believing most lies.
Doesn’t have a lot of friends/Unrelatable to most kids - According to Robert, Morgan doesn't have a lot of friends. She has been exposed to a lot of practical concepts that some kids her age have not experienced, such as her father taking on the role of a mother and father in taking care of her. She is also more romantically-inclined than most kids her age who think that's gross. She also probably has been told the truth about Santa since her father has been trying to protect her from disappointment in life :/
May be a bit closeminded about certain concepts she’s been exposed to (such as stepmother’s being evil in books) until proven otherwise
Relatively Defenseless - Morgan only just started karate, so she will probably not fair well in combat whatsoever. Still, that doesn't stop her from boldly trying to defend grown ups from getting hurt.
Does question commands or orders if she doesn’t understand the reason for it. This may come across as her “talking back” but she’ll question things or try to insist on having it her way out of good intentions of being helpful to someone at the most 2-3 times, but she will relent and be obedient unless that person is in dire trouble.
- Fairytale books/Being told stories/Bedtime stories
- Giselle, or anyone with positive personalities
- Wheaties cereal, though if you give her sugary cereals, she'll eat that
- Reading girly magazines and learning about the “dos” and “don’ts” when it comes to romantic things
- Dressing up and playing pretend – especially like a princess or something magical
- Being helpful
- The color pink, but purple is good too
- Sweets, when she can get them
- Hearts, flowers, fluffy things, and romantic things
- Playing with others, whether it's dancing or getting piggy back rides
- Animals, especially ones that can sew like Giselle can call on!
- Giving affection - either to her toys when she’s tucking them in, or people that she really likes
- Feeling useless
- Mean or bad people
- Getting into trouble
- Documentaries or Books that are not fairy tales
- Sarcasm or Idioms that she doesn’t understand
- That animals as pets are not allowed in the apartment
- Seeing animals harmed or injured, or worse killed
- Not being able to talk about what happened to her real mom with her father
- Anything or anyone that would hurt someone else, especially her loved ones
Her loved ones leaving her, like her father or Giselle, or anyone she gets close to
- Being hurt/killed herself, though she’s self-sacrificing enough to stand in front of her loved ones to protect them from danger
Anything to add?:
This is my first talking kid to rp, so go easy ^^;
"SEE Helen, Jack-Jack, Hector, and Gaston"