I got rid of the thing about her leg, it just didn't seem to fit her. Sorry guise
This is my entry for
Name: Camryn Casey
Height: 5'7'' (taller than me sobs)
Weapon: Baseball bat (and a soccer ball lololol)
Battle Style: face enemy head-on and hit it with a baseball bat.
that's about it sobs Personality
Active or lazy depending on mood
A bit cocky
Fair and honest Likes
Lazing about in pajamas
Rock songs like "Headstrong"
Hitting things with a baseball bat
Video games Dislikes
Super polite people
Sappy love songs hahaha
Bias or unfairness, cheating Fun (?) Facts
She's an all-star softball and soccer player.
She's homeschooled due to all her sports events.
The Shadow took her one night when she was playing a video game. She got spooked and grabbed a baseball bat, and it popped out from behind her and sucked her in through a portal. Since she was holding a baseball bat and a soccer ball was a victim of circumstance, they both went with her to The Horror.
Because she hates Nutella, she likes to play baseball with it, i.e., throw it in the air and smash it with a baseball bat.
Her favorite judge is Cora the vampire because of their mutual love of video games and hatred of Nutella. EDIT:
So I realized that I actually left a lot of things out of this, so here they are. Strengths
She has a very strong arm and right leg, so she can throw out pretty hard kicks and really hurt something with a baseball bat.
Her confidence lets her stay relatively okay in situations with things like the Shadow.
Even though she hates losing, she'll do it if it means doing what's right. (Like, she won't resort to cheating or sneaky, underhanded methods to win.) Weaknesses/Fears
She is quick to judge, though she's also quick to let herself be proven wrong.
Though she isn't very scared of crazy, horrible horror creatures, she hates clowns, and what really freaks her out are monsters who look human but aren't. (Ah she'll have to get used to that at the haunted house)
She thinks that dead silence is MUCH scarier than scary music.
Her hardheadedness makes her really unwilling to admit that she's wrong, even when she knows that she is.