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 Creative, Juliet Gray, female, junior, played by jail
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who shot that arrow in your throat, who missed the crimson apple
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NICKNAME Julie, Jul, Amy AGE 16 YEAR junior GENDER female SEXUALITY pansexual CLIQUE creative OCCUPATION art student
JULIET AMELIA GRAY
PLAYED BY JAIL // SHE, HER // VOLTRON, PIDGE GUNDERSON/KATIE HOLT
Juliet Gray was born to a family of artists, their primary residence lying in Germany. She had a father who painted, a mother who weaved tapestry, grandparents who were famous potters, and siblings who were most talented in writing. There was so much expectation that she had received from her family; for her father, Malcolm, she was born an artist, and upon first sight, they could already see in Juliet the artistry that seemed to spark from her.

Julie, indeed, was born an artist. The young girl loved to walk around the house and observe the paintings and tapestries that hung on the walls. She loved to touch the potteries her grandparents had created, and she loved the stories her siblings wrote and read only for her. She was determined to be like them someday.

On her first time at grade school, she told her classmates about her family's history. While they don't really want to hear anything more about it, she kept going on and on about the wonderful arts her family did. Luckily for her, she had a lot of friends in school because of her friendly attitude. Eventually no one paid these boasts no heed and they let her brag about her family, though sometimes it annoys them very much.

Luckily this braggart attitude of hers has lessened as she grew up, as her parents always taught her discipline and when to tell people their history once absolutely necessary. Juliet grew up now quite respectful and would stop herself from bragging about her family, but she would still be boasting about things she had done alone and successfully.

Her father, after she had finished elementary school, decided to move from Germany to Peachtree City in California, where they could slowly build a new life. Getting used to the new city was hard and she had friends back in Germany whom she missed a lot, but as the days passed she eventually learned to fit in. Peachtree City wasn't as bad as Juliet had expected.

She was just newly enrolled in Ridgeview High by the time she turned 15. Most of the students there were... well, normal, at least for Julie. She got to showcase her talents in artistry -- mostly in painting -- and, because of her friendly nature, she got to meet new friends -- and a few enemies too, since she still loved to brag about her achievements. Julie had to admit; her friends here were just as good as her friends back in Germany. What's more, they shared the same interests that she has! They were also artists like her, and that made her quite happy knowing that she wasn't alone.

While she goes to high school, her father still remembered that she still has a passion for art, and, knowing that she specializes most in painting, he enrolled her to an Art Workshop that operates 3:45-5:50 p.m. in the afternoon after school. Right until now, Juliet still spends her time with her creatives clique in school, while spending three more hours in the Art Workshop. Overall, it was enjoyable and she was starting to get used to her new life.

"...Ridgeview and Peachtree City isn't so bad, after all."
POSITIVES intelligent, imaginative, friendly, optimistic, diligent, decisive, independent, resourceful, artistic NEGATIVES loud-mouthed, sarcastic, unrealistic, distrusting, insistent, impulsive, irritable, overprotective, a bit of a braggart QUIRKS bites the head of a ballpen when deep in thought, draws random things like roses or pentagrams or cursive names in her palm when bored, taps a ballpen noisily when stressed
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"run, run, lost boy," they say to me, "away from all reality."
i was alive for the boy is mine
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yes juliet! find your place, enjoy peachtree, live a beautis life.

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