Phoenix Bola is inactive and can no longer roleplay.
Portrayer's note: I loved his character when I first made him but he overall just got really boring and I have no idea what to do with him. He's still around and he exists, only he won't be roleplayed.
His hair is always gelled and his eyebrows are usually neat and trimmed. What you see is what you get from Phoenix.
Phoenix is a 100% realist. He's very flamboyant, straight forward, and daring. Indulging in fierceness 24/7. He doesn't like to hide any part of himself from anybody. He despises fake people. If you can't be real with him then you're nothing to him.
Phoenix was born in Florida. His mom passed away a few weeks after his birth from a drug overdose, but not the bad kind of drugs, actual doctor prescribed stuff. Since then, he's been living with his dad, who he has grown a close relationship with. He was bullied a lot in school because he had a lot of friends who were girls and he wasn't the typical guy. He's always been pretty flamboyant and he never saw a problem with it. The bullying bothered him and his self esteem here and there but he had really supportive and loving friends so it was easy for him to brush it off. As he became more and more comfortable with himself, he soon realized that what other people think doesn't matter at all. By ninth grade, Phoenix was fully embracing his personality and he began to identify himself as a "realist."
Chris Bola - His dad is totally awesome like he's the bomb diggity. He's super chill and fun to hang out with and Phoenix is really close to him.
He lived in Barfield for about four years.
He thinks realists rock.
I've been thinking about this character for a really long time, I just had a lot of trouble figuring out the face claim I was going to use. I'm very excited to roleplay him. Phoenix was originally supposed to be older but I thought that if I made him 16, he'd still be inexperienced and I'd get to develop him some more. He's based off this guy I know, I mean I'm not all too fond of that guy, but I admire his "realist" sort of attitude.