Everett Carlton a.k.a. Woebegone  · 28 · House 3 · FC: Tom Hiddleston · Open

“Woebegone, you’re sad, you look like the life has been drained from you. It’s heartbreaking. You think you deserve it, don’t you? I’m not going to burst your bubble, you really do deserve all this misery. Probably even more too. Redeeming yourself will take a long time”

— Delilah McGregor

Past:

Everett is a sly bastard, much like his two sisters, though they are far more milder than he is. He’s impulsive and cunning, more like the devil than anyone you could ever have the pleasure of meeting. The only people to melt his heart are his little sisters. If family ever taught him anything it’s that you look out only for your own. People will only screw you over. Everett was foolish enough to follow that advice, so he remained in his bubble, caught up in family affairs. Life in the Carlton household was an endless war for superiority. Mostly between his mother and father, two megalomaniacs. Everett was the voice of wisdom in most situations. He couldn’t stay in that hell hole for long, he was fed up with everything. Everett drew the line when his parents were sentenced to life in prison. He, Avery and Eliza packed their bags and left the others behind. Everett felt as though the wight of the world was on his shoulders. And it all came crashing down after that. Literally.

Present:

Just when Everett thought his life was over he woke up in a dream. Planet X turned into his sanctuary. He was finally away from the constant noise of all the screams of death and dissatisfaction he was well accustomed to. His bitterness began to fade away, though he would always remain the same disagreeable person he had been before. He doesn’t take part in helping the other residents too much. Only when there’s something in it for him in return. Otherwise there’s no point in even bothering to do anything. Everett spends most of his time alone with his thoughts. He is oftentimes in the grip of sorrow and remorse. Everett has the remainder of his life to feel sorry for the choices from the past. He’s done wrong by his sisters and his choices have changed their lives for the worse. The bitterness evolved into sorrow. Redemption takes a long time.

Future:

Everett doesn’t pay much mind to the mystery crates, nor does he care about the search for aliens. It’s nonsense. Can’t people just appreciate the gifts they’re receiving? He thinks the nosy ones such as his sister Eliza and Jacob Miller are way in over their heads with this obsession of theirs. Beatrice Kaplan’s religious nonsense is even more bullshit than aliens. Though he is definitely not shunning the people, who believe in these possibilities, he just refuses to understand and support them. They’ll eventually go insane, Everett would rather keep his sanity. He just doesn’t get what all the hype is about. It had been the same on Earth with all the questions and no answers about intelligent alien lifeforms, only people there had more imagination and less facts to back up their theories. He’s seen things way out of the ordinary, though he likes to tell himself it’s just his imagination. Maybe it isn’t.

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  • Heterosexual
  • Opinionated
  • Atheist

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Adrian Nox  a.k.a. Moiety · 19 · House 1 · FC: Colton Haynes · Open

“Moiety means one of two equal parts. You’re still looking for the other part, aren’t you? You’re still looking for your equal.”

—  Elliott Dallas

Past:

Growing up as the son of a priest wasn’t the best experience in Adrian’s life. He never believed in God. People just forced their beliefs down his throat. He had a hard time fitting in; no one really wanted to talk to him or be his friend because of his overprotective family and them not approving of anyone, who is not Christian. His twin sister Maggie, however, did not have the same problems as him. She was the epitome of a social butterfly. Adrian was protective of her, she was the apple of his eye and too naïve for her own good. She was the only person to know about his sexuality and since she found out the two have been walking on thin ice. Maggie was upset because she, unlike Adrian and their older brother Joshua, was like their parents when it came to religion. The stereotypical Christians, disliking anything that did not fit their views of what a person should be like. Adrian, unlike them, didn’t care about who you are. Though he did pretend for a while, once Adrian fell in love with a boy, it all went downhill.

Present:

Finding himself on a foreign planet made Adrian more afraid than ever. Not finding Maggie broke him in his fragile state. He spends the majority of his time searching for her. Adrian, out of all the residents save for Lillian Miller, is most familiar with the planet. All his wanderings have resulted in good things for the others, but disappointment for him. Even though his brother Joshua is always close by, the two have never gotten along. Adrian is lonelier than ever and tries to give the little love he has left in him to Emily and Sarah Miller, who are his closest friends. The two girls remind him of Maggie and her incredible lust for life. Though not everyone on Planet X is friendly or even mentally sane, Dresden Kohler is a perfect example of the insanity of a beautiful boy. Adrian loves broken things, broken people, but fixing Dresden proved itself to be impossible. All Adrian got out of it was a broken heart, a few scars and regret. 


Future:

Adrian is completely unaffected by the magical crates, or were they mystery crates? He doesn’t even care about what they’re called. Though the idea of intelligent alien life forms is an appealing one, it’s not a believable one. He’s almost certain that if there are such creatures, they are the ones who took his sister. He’s desperate to find her, even if he finds her in pieces. It is as though the idea of her dying on Earth never occurred to him. It has, he just chooses to ignore it. Adrian’s sanity is long gone. Maybe bits of his mind remain, maybe Dresden took them all. Adrian is a lost boy, a broken boy. As hopeless as his life has become, he wouldn’t change a thing. Remaining in the pathetic state of denial is quite appealing and yet terrifying. It is said that ignorance is bliss. Whoever had the audacity to utter that couldn’t be more wrong. Adrian knows that as jaded as he is, he’ll keep on going, maybe he’ll find his right mind one of these days. Remaining in the dark is not an option.

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Carmen Greenfield  a.k.a.  Sugar Venom · 23 · House 2 · FC: Keira Knightley · Open

“You’re sweet only when you want something. And when you want something, you always get it and then you turn into a gloating witch. No, not a witch, but a snake. Stop injecting people with your sugar venom… “

— Thomas Miller

Past:

It seems as though lying to herself and everyone else is all Carmen ever does. She’s not rebellious in any way, just too superficial, always wondering what people think of her. Trying to please the public has never been an easy task. She is whoever they want her to be, the mysterious succubus or the lost girl, searching for love. It’s all a pathetic cry for attention. Mommy and daddy never showered Carmen with love, only with dollar bills. And though diamonds are a girls’ best friend, Carmen can’t figure out how to fill the void in her heart. She’s numb, never having known what sincere, heartfelt emotions feel like. Love is foreign. Everything is fake and reality is cruel. Carmen may seem like the typical rich girl, she is pretentious, spoiled, mean and vindictive too, but life made her that way. If you were to venture in her mind, you’d see a lot more than lipgloss and glitter. Her mind is like a black hole, whatever she has to offer to the world disappears because of her own insecurities. The light in her life is dim. Until it goes out completely.

Present:

Carmen thought she had lost her mind or was in some messed up dream. She felt as though all of her fears would come to life on Planet X. For weeks she wandered around until she found civilization in the form of a brooding Everett Carlton. She was blinded by his good looks and manipulative ways, falling into his elaborate trap. Carmen’s vision began to blur, she was in love and floating amongst the stars. Everett wasn’t kind or even affectionate towards her, nor was he in love with her. She took everything the wrong way and when their “relationship” came to an end, Carmen retreated within herself. She isn’t the same girl anymore. She tells herself she’s stronger now, but even though years have passed since Everett crossed her off his “to do” list, she still holds a grudge against him and is set on revenge. Everything is going according to plan and Carmen is becoming close friends with Everett’s sister Avery, sooner or later she’ll get enough dirt on him to ruin his life.


Future:

Carmen is far too invested in her future plans of making Everett cry to pay attention to all the talk about the unknown. It’s stupid. She hasn’t gotten many “presents” from the secretive senders, but she’s grateful and wouldn’t want to mess up a deal by sticking her nose where it doesn’t belong. She hasn’t seen anything out of the ordinary, hasn’t heard anything. Of course aliens exist, she’s living on an alien planet. Carmen will never understand the others’ fascination with aliens. They’re just there, like she and the other residents are. And even though it is a bit creepy when you think of it, she’s not going to let herself worry over these things. If they wanted to kill the humans, they would have done so already. She’ll never admit it, but some of the things the other residents tell her about the aliens make her skin crawl.

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Sienna Renee  a.k.a. Nexus · 23 · House 6 · FC: Jaimie Alexander ·  Open

“You’re binding us together and making us more stable as a community. I wish I possessed your qualities, i truly do. If you were more brutal and not so sunshiny, you could be our leader or something of the sort. But that’s a bit far-fetched… You’re the strongest link, the Nexus that is keeping us from falling apart.”

— Beatrice Kaplan

Past:

Sienna likes watching people, learning from their mannerisms and trying to imitate their facial expressions. She makes up stories in her mind about everyone she sees. Her life is far too boring and she’s desperate for excitement. Sienna’s mother and father are no longer present in her life. The two of them died when she was a little girl. Her mother and father had a falling out with their families, so no one took her in after their deaths. She’s been living in foster homes; witnessing broken people suffer under their own ignorance. Not once has Sienna ever stayed with a nice family, one she actually likes. The unstable environment she was constantly in resulted in her rebellion and bad reputation amongst her peers. It wasn’t Sienna’s intention to cause trouble, but she couldn’t contain her thirst for it. People were finally paying attention to her. They were watching her, instead of her watching them. She’s was in the prime of her life. And then the apocalypse crashed her party.

Present:

Planet X is Sienna’s personal playground. Her childish side has come out to play. Maybe she can make up for the years she lost on Earth. She’s more of a caretaker on Planet X than a mischief-maker, though she does enjoy pulling a prank or two every once in a while with the younger residents. She’s Jeremy and Gemma Miller’s babysitter and Martha Laurent’s little helper. Sienna considers everyone her family. She hasn’t felt loved, appreciated and wanted in a long time. She’s everyone’s ray of sunshine on a cloudy day. Sometimes Sienna is so happy that she thinks it’s disgusting. The old Sienna would laugh at her cheer. Well, old Sienna was a bitch with issues. New Sienna still has issues, but she’s far more polite than old Sienna ever was. Nowadays, Sienna’s life is full of smiles and love. She’s smiling so much it’s hurting her sarcastic self.


Future:

However, Planet X is not heaven in space, it’s the exact opposite most of the time. Sienna learned that the hard way. The community may be friendly, but they’re also violent and two-faced. Turns out she was being used as bait for the benefit of the group. Steven Hardgrove, who was Sienna’s boyfriend at the time, sent her out to the supposed alien headquarters. And she, being his gullible girl, did exactly as she was told. That day changes everything for her. She woke up back at House 7, but had no memory of going anywhere. Her unusual experience only gave more hope to the alien obsessed residents such as Steven, with whom she has not spoken since that day. Maybe it’s better to stay quiet and wait until all this blows over. Sienna hopes she doesn’t suddenly begin getting flashbacks, the trauma of memory loss was enough for her. The future isn’t looking too bright.

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Finn Holloway  a.k.a. Ambrosia  · 19 · House 5 · FC: Holland Roden  · Open

“You’re divine. I think I’ll call you… Ambrosia. You grant immortality to those who are allowed to taste your beauty.” 

— Jeanne Morrison

Past:

Not many could say they live a life of luxury, bathing in diamonds and glamour, Finn envied the people who lived that life. It was as though everyone in the world got what they wanted and she got nothing. Her own parents didn’t want her, so she was handed to her aunt Peyton. Honestly, Peyton couldn’t even take care of herself, let alone a wailing toddler, asking for her mommy and daddy. The two found a balance in life, and even though their relationship remained rocky, they formed a sisterly bond. Finn’s attitude towards life was a positive one. She had faced hardships and rejection countless times, but there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel. Finn made the best out of her situation. The trailer park became her wonderland, and just like Alice she fell down the rabbit hole. We judge people by the choices they make and Finn had always had poor judgment. Trusting the wrong people would make her life a living hell. She wished it could all disappear and it did. She was standing all alone in ruins of her life until the light become dim and eventually non-existent.

Present:

Planet X is Finn’s wonderland, just as Earth was until it all fell apart. She feels safe and loved, hopefully aunt Peyton is in a good place too, somewhere among the stars. Finn hopes that she can find peace and tranquility amongst the others, though not many are as serene as she is. She’s part of the community and a fairly significant one too. So far, so good. Nevertheless, she’s just as foolish as she was five years ago upon her arrival. Finn’s carelessness led to her poor life choices. She’s never been one to think ahead, so she didn’t consider the consequences of her actions. Her school girl crush on Carter Adams, the young and handsome doctor, took a toll on her. Obviously, he wasn’t interested, so she had to let it go. It was hard for her to because she had volunteered to help out at the hospital wing of House 7, and she wouldn’t back out, the wellbeing of her fellow humans is much more important to her than a pathetic desire.


Future:

Finn could care less about something she does not know anything about. Her knowledge of aliens is limited. She is only aware of the animals she takes care of on Planet X. They don’t frighten her, not in the slightest. The resemblance between animals on Earth and animals on Planet X is striking. Finn keeps her opinions to herself, she wonders if when darkness falls upon the Planet and everyone finds shelter to hide from the cold, do these creatures take a different shape? Can they change? Are they only fooling the forever naïve humans, who will eventually be in too deep in their research to understand what lies before them. She could investigate on her own, but as brave as Finn is she is also frightful. Will anyone even come looking for her, if she were to stray from the group. She’s not the most valuable player on the team, she could be easily replaced. All of Finn’s fears take form in the crates and aliens. Her paranoia is beginning to consume her, and nothing will be left of her divine mind if she keeps on living like this.

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· LIFE BEYOND NEPTUNE ·

The universe is a vast, limitless expanse. There are many things unknown to us.Scientists such as Percival Lowell have devoted their lives to finding a mysterious planet named Planet X, located beyond Neptune in our very own Solar System. After long years of pointless research and many failed attempts, the astronomical community agreed that Planet X, as originally envisioned, does not exist, but the concept of Planet X has been revived by a number of astronomers to explain other anomalies observed in the outer Solar System.
In 2072 long after Lowell’s research was long forgotten, everything about the seemingly non-existent planet is revealed in a post-apocalyptic blur. Planet X is real and not that much different from Earth. It has everything the human species need to survive once they get adjusted to life there. 100 humans were chosen to live on the planet. Some consider it a blessing, others think of it as a curse.
Five years have passed since “judgment day” and Planet X now has a well-organized, yet still dysfunctional community, occupying the seven houses, built by the residents. Now, in 2077 suspicion is rising among Planet X’s residents more so than ever. For years they have been receiving help in the form of supply crates, full of the basic necessities of life from an unknown source. Some ignore the mystery behind the supply crates, others are haunted by the endless possibilities. Do aliens exist or is this all a cruel joke, conducted by the human race? It’s a game of the brave and the bold now, the truth is vital for survival and it’s survival of the fittest.

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· LIFE BEYOND NEPTUNE ·

The universe is a vast, limitless expanse. There are many things unknown to us.
Scientists such as Percival Lowell have devoted their lives to finding a mysterious planet named Planet X, located beyond Neptune in our very own Solar System. After long years of pointless research and many failed attempts, the astronomical community agreed that Planet X, as originally envisioned, does not exist, but the concept of Planet X has been revived by a number of astronomers to explain other anomalies observed in the outer Solar System.

In 2072 long after Lowell’s research was long forgotten, everything about the seemingly non-existent planet is revealed in a post-apocalyptic blur. Planet X is real and not that much different from Earth. It has everything the human species need to survive once they get adjusted to life there. 100 humans were chosen to live on the planet. Some consider it a blessing, others think of it as a curse.

Five years have passed since “judgment day” and Planet X now has a well-organized, yet still dysfunctional community, occupying the seven houses, built by the residents. Now, in 2077 suspicion is rising among Planet X’s residents more so than ever. For years they have been receiving help in the form of supply crates, full of the basic necessities of life from an unknown source. Some ignore the mystery behind the supply crates, others are haunted by the endless possibilities. Do aliens exist or is this all a cruel joke, conducted by the human race? It’s a game of the brave and the bold now, the truth is vital for survival and it’s survival of the fittest.

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Jacob Miller  a.k.a. Arcturus · 32 · House 4 · FC: Dominic Cooper  · Open

“Despite all my fuck ups, you’ve always had my back. Your middle name fits you, Jake, mom and dad made a good choice. You’re our guardian, ever since they passed, now and always. We’re grateful. Me, Lil and Jerry would be lost without you.”

— Thomas Miller

Past:

Jacob is ambitious, smart and a perfectionist. He beats himself up over stupid mistakes, meaningless things only he would notice. His family history explains his personality. He grew up amongst dreamers, his father was an astronomer until cancer ended his life and his mother a botanist until she died, consumed by grief. He used to blame himself for not being able to help them, keep them alive. He let his mother slip and it was too late to catch her. Jacob used to be a dreamer, but as the cliche goes people change. At the age of 20 he was left to take care of his three siblings. He graduated, got a job at an architecture firm, as he planed to do. He tried his best to raise his brothers and sisters. Being brave for them, guiding them, forgetting about his own life, his own wants and needs. Each day in Jacob’s life was a repeat of the last. Work, work, work and more work. He deserved a pat on the back for all his effort. But all he’d do to reward himself was the occasional visit to the bar. Jacob’s life on Earth was nothing but a series of unfortunate events, endured by a brave man.

Present:

Jacob’s life completely turned around on Planet X. He met Imogen, who changed his perspective and made him fall in love with her in the process. They got married and took in Sarah and Emily as their daughters, becoming the perfect post-apocalyptic family. Jacob’s search for recognition didn’t come in second either. He designed and helped build the houses that are now occupied by every resident of the planet. Five years on a foreign planet worked wonders for Jacob. The feeling of being needed, appreciated was all he had ever needed. He even learned how to appreciate himself as well and be happy with his life. No longer bound to the office desk or the scotch bottle, Jacob found comfort in his new and old family. The fog he was constantly in had cleared.


Future:

The mystery crates, as Jacob calls them, have proven to be quite useful. Whoever is sending them has been kind to him. He has received all the supplies needed for sketching and building the seven houses. However, he is suspicious. His father used to have theories about aliens, Jacob remembers them all and now they’re beginning to make sense to him. He’s as skeptical as can be about his current home. Everything is too orderly and well adapted for all basic human needs. It’s strange and Jacob has never been jaded, he lives his life with eyes wide open and he’s not going to ignore the unpleasant feeling he gets when a new crate arrives. He’s aware that by being too invested in this investigation for alien lifeforms he’s walking on thin ice. That’s never stopped him before. He’s joined forces with Eliza Carlton, both desperate to know the truth.

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· LIFE BEYOND NEPTUNE ·

The universe is a vast, limitless expanse. There are many things unknown to us.Scientists such as Percival Lowell have devoted their lives to finding a mysterious planet named Planet X, located beyond Neptune in our very own Solar System. After long years of pointless research and many failed attempts, the astronomical community agreed that Planet X, as originally envisioned, does not exist, but the concept of Planet X has been revived by a number of astronomers to explain other anomalies observed in the outer Solar System.
In 2072 long after Lowell’s research was long forgotten, everything about the seemingly non-existent planet is revealed in a post-apocalyptic blur. Planet X is real and not that much different from Earth. It has everything the human species need to survive once they get adjusted to life there. 100 humans were chosen to live on the planet. Some consider it a blessing, others think of it as a curse.
Five years have passed since “judgment day” and Planet X now has a well-organized, yet still dysfunctional community, occupying the seven houses, built by the residents. Now, in 2077 suspicion is rising among Planet X’s residents more so than ever. For years they have been receiving help in the form of supply crates, full of the basic necessities of life from an unknown source. Some ignore the mystery behind the supply crates, others are haunted by the endless possibilities. Do aliens exist or is this all a cruel joke, conducted by the human race? It’s a game of the brave and the bold now, the truth is vital for survival and it’s survival of the fittest.

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· LIFE BEYOND NEPTUNE ·

The universe is a vast, limitless expanse. There are many things unknown to us.
Scientists such as Percival Lowell have devoted their lives to finding a mysterious planet named Planet X, located beyond Neptune in our very own Solar System. After long years of pointless research and many failed attempts, the astronomical community agreed that Planet X, as originally envisioned, does not exist, but the concept of Planet X has been revived by a number of astronomers to explain other anomalies observed in the outer Solar System.

In 2072 long after Lowell’s research was long forgotten, everything about the seemingly non-existent planet is revealed in a post-apocalyptic blur. Planet X is real and not that much different from Earth. It has everything the human species need to survive once they get adjusted to life there. 100 humans were chosen to live on the planet. Some consider it a blessing, others think of it as a curse.

Five years have passed since “judgment day” and Planet X now has a well-organized, yet still dysfunctional community, occupying the seven houses, built by the residents. Now, in 2077 suspicion is rising among Planet X’s residents more so than ever. For years they have been receiving help in the form of supply crates, full of the basic necessities of life from an unknown source. Some ignore the mystery behind the supply crates, others are haunted by the endless possibilities. Do aliens exist or is this all a cruel joke, conducted by the human race? It’s a game of the brave and the bold now, the truth is vital for survival and it’s survival of the fittest.

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Dresden Kohler a.k.a. Cataclysm · 21 · House 2 · FC: Yuri Pleskun · Open

“How the hell does anyone put up with you? A handsome face is hardly enough to get you by when you’re a fucking cataclysm.”

— Jericho Mills

Past:

From a very young age, people could tell that Dresden was going to be a problem. Not only was he horribly intelligent, but he possessed an undeniably evil nature. The way he interacted with other children wasn’t something to be taken lightly. Even then, he manipulated them — whether it was getting someone to do a task he felt he couldn’t be bothered to do himself via violent threats and violence itself, or turning people against one another simply for the amusement he found in watching it all come crashing down. He deserved the avoidance that followed as a result, spending the majority of his adolescence friendless and disdained even by his own family. Dresden’s behavior was insufferable, they claimed, and at sixteen years of age, Dresden found himself face-to-face with death in the form of his own father. The tables quickly turned, and, in the end, it was Dresden who came out of the fight alive. Crippling paranoia ensued soon after, driving Dresden to near insanity. In a fit of rage, he killed his mother, brother, and sister, convinced they, too, could no longer be trusted. One could say that he was then left alone in the world. But soon, there wasn’t really world to be left alone in.

Present:

The apocalypse didn’t do much to change Dresden as a person, and on Planet X, much like on Earth, he is known and feared for his extreme sadism. He largely views people as nothing more than his personal toys for use to relieve his seemingly unending boredom. One honorable mention, Adrian Nox, was unfortunate enough to be given more than enough insight into Dresden’s mentality, when Dresden took advantage of his harbored feelings. Currently, Lilith Vane has captured his attention, and he has developed what could be considered a mild obsession with her. He uses her more than anyone else for his sick games, and she plays into them without much thought for the consequences. She, like many others in the past, has been fooled by his appearance, hesitant to believe that Dresden could ever be responsible for the dreadful things he’s done. They say he’s got the face of an angel and the heart of the Devil, but when it all comes down to it, he’s, in fact, quite heartless.

Future:

The amount of gifts Dresden has received is pretty underwhelming. He doesn’t particularly mind, though. He’s too invested in his games to be too terribly bothered with talk of aliens, and he fails to understand the blatant obsession with the unknown that some of the other residents seem to display. But he doesn’t discount the existence of alien life. In fact, he thinks it would be quite foolish to do so. He can feel a presence that isn’t exactly human. And to be perfectly honest, it does unnerve him some; it brings back the ghosts of paranoia, even. However, Dresden isn’t about to drop everything and invest all of his time and energy into solving the mystery when there are others already at it. He’s tasted insanity before, and he’s not very keen to outright offer himself up to it all over again. He intends to wait it out for now, hopeful that the time for him to get involved never sees the light of day.

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Sienna Renee  a.k.a. Nexus · 23 · House 6 · FC: Jaimie Alexander · Open

“You’re binding us together and making us more stable as a community. I wish I possessed your qualities, i truly do. If you were more brutal and not so sunshiny, you could be our leader or something of the sort. But that’s a bit far-fetched… You’re the strongest link, the Nexus that is keeping us from falling apart.”

— Beatrice Kaplan

Past:

Sienna likes watching people, learning from their mannerisms and trying to imitate their facial expressions. She makes up stories in her mind about everyone she sees. Her life is far too boring and she’s desperate for excitement. Sienna’s mother and father are no longer present in her life. The two of them died when she was a little girl. Her mother and father had a falling out with their families, so no one took her in after their deaths. She’s been living in foster homes; witnessing broken people suffer under their own ignorance. Not once has Sienna ever stayed with a nice family, one she actually likes. The unstable environment she was constantly in resulted in her rebellion and bad reputation amongst her peers. It wasn’t Sienna’s intention to cause trouble, but she couldn’t contain her thirst for it. People were finally paying attention to her. They were watching her, instead of her watching them. She’s was in the prime of her life. And then the apocalypse crashed her party.

Present:

Planet X is Sienna’s personal playground. Her childish side has come out to play. Maybe she can make up for the years she lost on Earth. She’s more of a caretaker on Planet X than a mischief-maker, though she does enjoy pulling a prank or two every once in a while with the younger residents. She’s Jeremy and Gemma Miller’s babysitter and Martha Laurent’s little helper. Sienna considers everyone her family. She hasn’t felt loved, appreciated and wanted in a long time. She’s everyone’s ray of sunshine on a cloudy day. Sometimes Sienna is so happy that she thinks it’s disgusting. The old Sienna would laugh at her cheer. Well, old Sienna was a bitch with issues. New Sienna still has issues, but she’s far more polite than old Sienna ever was. Nowadays, Sienna’s life is full of smiles and love. She’s smiling so much it’s hurting her sarcastic self.


Future:

However, Planet X is not heaven in space, it’s the exact opposite most of the time. Sienna learned that the hard way. The community may be friendly, but they’re also violent and two-faced. Turns out she was being used as bait for the benefit of the group. Steven Hardgrove, who was Sienna’s boyfriend at the time, sent her out to the supposed alien headquarters. And she, being his gullible girl, did exactly as she was told. That day changes everything for her. She woke up back at House 7, but had no memory of going anywhere. Her unusual experience only gave more hope to the alien obsessed residents such as Steven, with whom she has not spoken since that day. Maybe it’s better to stay quiet and wait until all this blows over. Sienna hopes she doesn’t suddenly begin getting flashbacks, the trauma of memory loss was enough for her. The future isn’t looking too bright.

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