April 12th 2014
Single as a Pringle
|Also known as||
Dark blonde, pixie cut
Erin Pevensey (Mother,) Hope Faith Barrow, (Sister) Sunny Pevensey (Grandmother), Dan Pevensey (Grandfather), Angel Pevensey (Aunt), Abby Pevensey (Aunt).
A big spider charging him.
Pear wood, dragon heartstring, 14 and a quarter inches, slightly yielding flexibility.
Helping her mum clean the house (Chores)
Her family and close friends
Gage was adopted almost immediately after being born. It was a closed adoption, and so he doesn't know who his biological parents are. He has a close and loving relationship with his adoptive family, and has a high opinion of them. He can be a little insensitive around people who aren't as close to their own families, as he's never been in that situation before. His mom's husband left them when he was a small child, and thus doesn't remember him. The only thing he has of him is his last name. There are no photos or possessions of his father's anywhere to be found, and Gage's mother doesn't talk about him. He stopped asking after a while, seeing that it caused his mother grief.
First sign of magic
Gage was six years old when her teacher whom she disliked very much was about to hand out a particularly large amount of homework. When she picked up the pile, it vanished from her hands. At that point the teacher decided that she must have imagined picking up the large pile of papers, and went to print out another. Gage glared at her from across the classroom and suddenly all of the printers in the school broke simultaneously.
Gage likes to collect things, magical or not. Sometimes they are silly, such as novelty rubber ducks, or the more normal things like buttons. When he was introduced to the world of magic, he quickly discovered the cards that came with chocolate frogs. He became very interested in them and his ambition is to collect all of them before he graduates Hogwarts. He also likes to read. He can finish a book within a few hours if he finds it interesting, but can take him weeks if the book is dull. He finds magic absolutely fascinating, and has been reading some of his textbooks before the school year starts. He also enjoys the Beedle the Bard stories, even though they are for younger audiences. He finds that reading the stories magical children grew up with to be a great learning experience.