Character's Name: Morita Taro [Taro being his first name.]
Character's Grade & Age: Grade Eleven & Sixteen.
Character's Appearance: Taro is fairly slim for his age, and about average height,
although the fact he is unusually skinny can make him appear taller. His arms and legs are
equally as thin, though he is stronger than he looks. His legs look incredibly long in
proportion to his chest, which is possibly the weakest part of his body. Taro's arms look
as though they could snapped in half easily, but they are strong enough for him to get by.
His hands are fragile, with slender fingers and a gentle touch. His skin is almost white.
The boy's eyes are the only thing in his face that seem truly alive. They are greenish
brown, but depending on the light, can appear more one colour than the other. His eyes are
shaped like rounded almonds and often appear half closed. His hair is brown and stubbornly
untidy. He never makes much of an attempt to brush it down, so it's almost always stuck up
everywhere. The rest of Taro's facial features are very distinct. His face is quite thin,
and his chin is sharper than most people's. The expression often carried on his face is
aloof and thoughtful.
Taro normally dresses in fairly plain clothes. He tends to look a little more 'scruffy'
than most, but it's hardly noticeable. His clothes are generally the sort a 'normal'
person would wear, to help him stay unnoticed.
Character's Personality: To a stranger, or anyone who doesn't know him well, Taro appears
aloof, unfriendly and perhaps the sort of person who would lead one into trouble. However,
to his friends and superiors, Taro is pretty civil, even compassionate towards those close
to him. Generally, he's not one to be very emotional and tries hard to hide them from
He's happiest on his own, most of the time. Due to his upbringing, he's learnt to take
care of himself and prefers to be totally independent. He can often be found in some
secluded place, drawing, or just sitting. If disturbed when he's like this, he'll often
'flip out', whoever it is who interrupted him. He is easily irritated and considers many
inferior to him.
Though he will try and pull off that he is fearless to most people, Taro actually fears a
few things. He's extremely claustrophobic and panics in any place that he feels is too
small. Similarly, he is afraid of crowded places, or particularly busy places. He fears
failure and those closest to him rejecting him.
Taro doesn't think much of himself. While he thinks he is better than everyone else, he
hates himself more than anyone. He is failing all his subjects at school, except art,
which makes him feel stupid. In actual fact, he is slightly dyslexic, but since his father
never cared to tell him, he doesn't know that. Taro would like to change himself in many
ways, but doesn't know how, which scares him more than anything.
D: Okay, yes?