| Dillon Hopkins is inactive and can no longer roleplay.
Portrayer's note: I'm not feeling this character anymore. Sorry peoples.
|Dillon Jonas Hopkins|
|Birthday:||January 13, 1996|
|Lives with:||Mom & Little Sister|
|Address:||26 George Street, Miduna Beach|
|Aliases:||Dillon Jonas, Jonas|
|Family & Friends|
|Family:|| Jonas Hopkins (Dad; Deceased)|
Mara Hopkins (Mom)
|Friends:||People I like|
|Enemies:||People I don't like|
|Education:||Miduna Beach High School|
|Portrayer:||Leon Thomas III|
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- Hair Color: Brown
- Eye Color: Brown
- Trademark: I don't know
I wear clothes and stuff. True story. I bet you didn't expect that one, huh?
One day, I was born
shocker. When I was about six years old, my dad died in a car accident. My mom was in the car too and barely made it out alive, but she luckily did. For a few years, life was sort of bad, but not really. Mom was taking antidepressents since she had become a little off balance ever since my dad dies. After a few years, she got better and now life is all good again. We used to live in Barfield, but my mom decided she wanted to change when she get off her medicine, so we moved to Miduna Beach. I play mostly baseball at the school and make passing grades. That's it, really.
Jonas was my dad. Even though I was kind of young when he died, I still remember lots of different things about him. He was the one who got me into liking baseball since he'd always play catch with me.
Mara is a great mom. She's nice and stuff.
Tahiri is my younger sister. She was only about three when dad died, so she doesn't remember really anything about him. She often asks questions about dad which makes mom suddenly get sad. I guess I'm a pretty good older brother to her though since I've always had to take care of her
since sometimes mom can't do it herself.
I guess you could say I'm a nice guy, although some people may beg to differ. I'm a rather sporty guy seeing as how I play baseball. Sure, I don't really play any fall or winter sports, but I usually go to batting places to get some extra work in during those seasons. That's it, I guess.
Some girl I met the other day. I accidentally hit her with a baseball.
- I don't know.