Lillianna (Lilli) DuvallFull Name:
Lilllianna (Lilli) Caraline DuvallBlood Status:
Half-blood but thinks she’s mugglebornNationality:
BritishPlace of Birth:
Birmingham, EnglandDate of Birth:
March 3, 2058Age:
16House and Year:
Gryffindor 5th yearSpoken Languages:
Single and fine with it.AppearanceEyes:
Blond/ light brown usually, but subject to changeHeight:
5’7”, kind of tall for her ageLook Description:
However she feels that day.Dressing Style:
She always appears to be depressed, even though she isn’t. She’s slowly trying to change that though. It’ll be hard, but she hopes she’ll manage. Even though she tries to be nice, she’s blunt and doesn’t sugarcoat her thoughts, so often ends up sounding rude.Quirks:
Lots, and none she’ll share willingly.Strengths:
Good memory. Self-reliant. Active. Bold. Self-confident.Weaknesses:
Socializing, getting things done. Can be rude. Lazy. Stubborn.Likes:
Doing nothing, laying around, boarding, playing sports.Dislikes:
Homework, school, socializing as she's not very good at it, girly stuff.MagicWand:
13 inches, Runespoor Fang core, Yew wood. It is best used for hexes and the dark arts.Strength:
Dueling and DefenseWeakness:
History of MagicFamily and HistoryFather:
Robert Duvall (alias, but she doesn’t know that)Mother:
Product of seduction. Mother made sure she had her father's last name as a reminder of her own old-fashioned shame. Even though Lillianna was kept by her mother, her mother never cared to see her. This makes it easy for Lilli to do what she wants, when she wants. She’s always taken full advantage of this fact.
Due to lack of money, Lilli and Caraline live with Caraline's parents, who also aren't too fond of their granddaughter. Lilli is seen as almost nothing but proof of her mother's biggest mistake.
Teachers should feel lucky if they receive homework from her. Starting at Hogwarts did not change this. She’s a gothic slacker. She only cares for a few people, but doesn’t show it much. She’s into skateboarding and wishes she had more time to practice. She’s never had a guiding hand to teach her. Those who have tried to take her in hand usually ended up frustrated enough to give up.
In the building she lived in, most of the other kids were boys a few years older, but after enough tagging along, she kind of became the group's little sister. She's better with sports and other stereotypical guy stuff than she is the girly stuff.
Her first year at Hogwarts passed, mostly unnoticed. She made few friends, but had enough acquaintances to keep her from getting too bored. She didn’t feel as out of place as she feared for long in Gryffindor.
Her summer trip home was everything she hoped for, as well as feared. Her family was the same as ever, barely paying her any attention. Her friends were happy to see their ‘little sister’ and gladly took her back under their collective wing. They enjoyed telling her stories about what she’d missed, and she told as many stories as she could, without breaking the secrecy law.
Her second year at Hogwarts passed a bit more dramatically than her first. Her fellow second years seemed more different than ever to Lilli. If the rest weren’t all into the blood status thing, they were into wanting a girlfriend or boyfriend or something. Sure, Lilli still liked boys, but not in that same way. At the moment, she couldn’t ever imagine seeing boys as anything other than someone to hang out, skateboard, play sports, whatever. She really hoped her third year would be better.
Third year was better. She had a lot of fun pulling pranks, especially on the teachers. She’d even teamed up with a couple of older students once to teach a bully a lesson. That has been a blast! The rest of the year wasn’t worth writing home about much. Since she didn’t care if she got caught, some of the teachers made sure to keep her busy.
Fourth year was just strange. The students in her year were even more into the couple thing. She couldn’t see the appeal. Yeah, sure, she’d felt the beginnings of a flutter in her stomach if she happened to be talking to a really hot guy, but she wasn’t going to let it affect her. Just because she was noticing little differences in her thoughts didn’t mean that she had to change the way she normally behaved. She was pretty sure she’d commit suicide if she ever found herself giggling stupidly as some dude went on and on about how great he was.
Summer started out great. She hung out with her buddies and worked to improve her skills on her skateboard. She’d even met a few new people, dudes her buddies had hung out with during the school year. The only issue she ran into then was that one of the new guys tried to flirt with her but her buddies apparently still saw her as a baby sister. It wasn’t that she’d been interested in the guy. No way! He was the nerdiest guy she’d ever seen around a skatepark, but it was the principle of the matter.
Her fifth year was just as strange as her fourth, but in a different way. First, Jaden had admitted a crush on her, which confused her. Why? She had been kissed by a guy, one of her best school friends actually, but it was nothing but an experiment to see what the big deal was. She still didn’t get it after being kissed, so she shrugged it off and went back to ignoring the whole relationship drama that seemed to surround her. But she didn’t care as long as she wasn’t involved in it. She’d also surprisingly, made a few new friends.