Lissette Marie Loisel Age:
FrenchBlood Status/Social Status:
Uncertain blood status, lower middle class, falls under the jurisdictions of a minor wizarding house in Paris that pays homage to the Noirs.Hobbies/Preferences:
Flying, offensive spellwork, politics, debatesBirth date:
6th September, 1663Health:
Slightly pale with lanky hair due to malnourishment in her early years. Much better now thanks to regular, healthy meals and a steady home.
Downton Academy of Magic Year:
A tie between History and FlyingLeast favourite subject:
Home Economics – Needlework Best thing about school:
The opportunity to play Quidditch and race (even if secretly)Worst thing about school:
Dark brown, wavy, waist length, untied and unpinned when she can get away with it. Often stuffed under a cap when she doesn’t want to be recognized. Eyes:
Dark brown Face:
Unusually fair with no blemishes Tattoos/Scars:
numerous from working at home or in her backyard or from scuffles with her older brother. Nothing permanent.Glasses/monocle:
Left handed Clothing:
Three dresses in total excluding school uniforms. One green, one blue and one white. Tries to wear the white least as it gets dirty quicker. Accessories:
Small ring with an engraved lily her brother sent her for her eleventh birthday. Wears it threaded through a bit of string around her neck.
Gustav Loisel Siblings:
Loras Loisel (15) and Lynette Loisel (2) Other family/relation of note
: Various aunts, uncles and cousins Pet:
None Write a paragraph or so about your character so we can get a gist of him/her. Include anything of note in relevance to the character:
Lissette grow up in a lower middle class family where food and shelter was often about the only thing her parents could manage. Her father works odd magical jobs while her mother is an assistant cook at St. Mary’s Institute for Young Ladies and Gentlemen. Her best friend growing up has been her brother, Loras who always treated her like a boy and taught her things her parents would not approve of – like flying and offensive spellwork.
Due to their socioeconomic status, Loras could not attend a school but now that he has been hired as an apprentice by a wand maker, her parents’ meager savings and his contribution combined are enough to send Lissette to school. She misses her brother bitterly at times and writes to him as often as she can.
Lissette has always been a constant source of disappointment to her parents. She is too wilful and interested in things a witch has no business being interested in. Her parents didn’t have any high hopes for her to start with, simply wanted her to go to school and later get married to a respectable boy but now it seems that too is unlikely. Lissette’s aunts always predict doom in the girl’s future due to her “wild” ways.