What’s the maximum amount of time your character can sit still with nothing to do?
Damon: Not very long, but that changes if I have a good book.
How easy is it for your character to laugh?
Damon: It depends on the joke.
How do they put themselves to bed at night.
Damon: Classical music to sleep to, and my pajamas are a T-shirt and sports shorts.
How easy is it to earn their trust? Damon: It takes some time. Living on the streets taught me a lot!
How easy is it to earn their mistrust? Damon: It depends on the person.
Do they consider laws flexible, or immovable?
What triggers nostalgia for them, most often? Damon: Whenever I smell good food cooking.
Do they enjoy that feeling? Damon: Hell yes!
What were they told to stop/start doing most often as a child?
Damon: I was a very inquisitive child.
Do they swear? Do they remember their first swear word?
Damon: Yes I do swear, and my first was… Notices that there are small children within earshot nevermind!
What lie do they most frequently remember telling?
Damon: That I was alright.
Does it haunt them?
How do they cope with confusion
Damon: I don’t get confused often.
How do they deal with an itch found in a place they can’t quite reach?
Damon: I use the wall or a doorway.
What color do they think they look best in? Do they actually look best in that color?
Damon: Stormy blue and it brings out my eyes, or so Aunt Alice, I mean Athena tells me.
What animal do they fear most?
Damon: Um… Snakes. I really hate snakes. Like to eat them though. There were a few places in Phoenix that made it.
How do they speak? Is what they say usually thought of on the spot, or do they rehearse it in their mind first?
Damon: Rehearse it.
What makes their stomach turn? Damon: Mushrooms, spinach, and pineapple on pizza. Hot fruit should be nowhere near pizza!
Are they easily embarrassed?
Damon: Depends on what it is. Not really.
What embarrasses them?
Damon: Walking in on people.
What is their favorite number? 8.
If they were asked to explain the difference between romantic and platonic or familial love, how would they do so?
Why do they get up in the morning?
Damon: Because I’m alive. And I’m glad to be alive.
How does jealousy manifest itself in them (they become possessive, they become aloof, etc)?
Damon: I get possessive of what I perceive as mine.
How does envy manifest itself in them (they take what they want, they become resentful, etc)?
Damon: I become resentful
Is sex something that they’re comfortable speaking about? To whom?
Damon: No comment on the first question, and I’d prefer talking to Uncle Henry about it.
What are their thoughts on marriage?
Damon: I’m only 17 for crying out loud!
What is their preferred mode of transportation?
Damon: Airplanes. I’m pretty sure I was a fighter pilot in a past life.
What causes them to feel dread?
Damon: Cronus comes to mind!
Would they prefer a lie over an unpleasant truth?
Damon: The lie, even if I know its a lie.
Do they usually live up to their own ideals?
Damon: I do my best, that’s all I can do.
Who do they most regret meeting?
Damon: Sage’s brother.
Who are they the most glad to have met?
Damon: Athena and Hades.
Do they have a go-to story in conversation? Or a joke?
Could they be considered lazy?
Damon: In the mornings, even though I am glad to be alive. I’m not a morning person.
How hard is it for them to shake a sense of guilt?
Damon: Not particularly hard, especially in a life or death situation.
How do they treat the things their friends come to them excited about? Are they supportive?
Damon: I’m supportive of my few friends and their interests.
Do they actively seek romance, or do they wait for it to fall into their lap?
Damon: It depends on the girl.
Do they have a system for remembering names, long lists of numbers, things that need to go in a certain order (like anagrams, putting things to melodies, etc)?
Damon: I have been blessed with an eidetic memory.
What memory do they revisit the most often?
Damon: My memories of Aunt Alice and Uncle Henry in Phoenix.
How easy is it for them to ignore flaws in other people?
Damon: I notice flaws, but I figure “Hey, no one is perfect”
How sensitive are they to their own flaws?
Damon: I’m aware of them, but I don’t dwell on them.
How do they feel about children?
Damon: Occasionally fun.
How badly do they want to reach their end goal?
Damon: I will do anything to be the first Bearer to see their 19th birthday.
If someone asked them to explain their sexuality, how would they do so?
Damon: I like girls. Pretty self explanatory.