pupille-de-la-mort-academy:

Lucas Valor | Rugaru | 16 | Sophomore | FC: Harry Styles | OPEN

Like all Rugaru’s, Lucas has a craving for human flesh. It’s his second year at the academy and he has been learning to control his urges more and more. He’s a carefree guy and befriends people quickly. He likes a good party and enjoys making people laugh. You would never guess that  under all that charm is a carnivorous flesh-eater. 

Lucas’s parents divorced when he was young, leaving him to take care of his sickly mother and younger sisters. He didn’t think that going to the academy would help anyone and he insisted on staying at home. However, his mother pleaded with him and he finally gave in.     He wasn’t used to the strict rules, but he found the classes interesting. It turned out that he didn’t know basically anything when it came to his kind.

He doesn’t like that the humans won’t accept him as their equal, but he doesn’t hate them either. He understands the fear that they have because they’re different. All he wants is peace. 

pupille-de-la-mort-academy:

Damian Antony | Fairy | 17 | Junior | FC: Louis Tomlinson | OPEN

Being a fairy, Damian is naturally rude and arrogant. He has no censor when it comes to his words, so most everything he says is offensive. Feelings are never spared, and he often gets whatever he wants. It isn’t handed to him(although he wishes it was), because he pays attention to every detail in order to ensure it all falls into place. Many would classify this as OCD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. 

From a young age, Damian had always struggled with his personal identity. This created tension with his family, causing them to ship him away to the academy. They hoped he would ‘Straighten out,’  but there was no such luck. He dropped all contact, and dedicated most of his time to himself. He’s self-centered, and not a school favorite. He does not mind it, either. Although, he does consider to himself to be rather ‘popular.’ Being an extrovert doesn’t help, either. His thoughts seem to flow better when he’s speaking, so he never really stops. 

pupille-de-la-mort-academy:

Keira Sashka | Siren | 18 | Senior | FC: Amber Heard | OPEN

Originally from Russia, Keira had a simple life. She lived with her grandfather, and he gave her all she could ever need—all her parents could never provide. She could leave whenever she wanted, go wherever she pleased, and come back to the house at whatever time best fit her personal preference. Her grandfather never questioned her, either. He understood that it was better if he didn’t know what she was doing. She had it all, and wouldn’t change a thing. 

Except, maybe, the part where she fancied seducing and killing all of her boyfriends for pleasure. It started with her first “Real” relationship at twelve years old, and quickly progressed from there. Keira was careful, of course, and only selected the worse-off kids who had nothing going for them. They weren’t missed, and the parents never asked where their delinquent sons had run off to. It was a flawless system. Until her grandfather discovered her journal of names, addresses, and even a schedule. He was old; Understanding was past being one of his main concerns. She did not want to attempt explanation, either. She left in the middle of her junior year—her bags practically packed themselves. Then, she was off to find the academy. 

pupille-de-la-mort-academy:

James Sullivan | Psychic | 15 | Freshman | FC: Niall Horan | OPEN

James enjoys flaunting the fact that he’s a psychic. He thinks it is the coolest thing in the world, and toys with others as often as he can. He’ll snoop into their personal thoughts with no regard towards their feelings, as long as it provokes a good reaction, or laugh, from everyone else. It may have never occurred to him that it would annoy the other students, but it does—it really does. But that’s their problem; he’s just looking for some recognition for his ‘Fantastic’ abilities.He’s a bit arrogant, and it is near impossible for him to stop talking. Of course, he’s a freshman, so this much is to be expected—Along with flirting with the upperclassmen and missing the hint that they’re not interested. What he needs, more than anything, is for someone to give him a reality check… A swift kick in the behind. 

James’ psychic abilities didn’t kick in until later in his life, so he isn’t completely used to having them yet. This is all the more reason to ‘Practice,’ or use his advantage all day, everyday, without halt. His parents had originally worried that something was wrong with him, and they were afraid he would be treated differently by the other kids, especially the more experienced psychics. On his thirteenth birthday, he read his first mind; it was only his mother’s, dealing with deciding what she would be cooking for dinner, but he was so ecstatic that he told everyone he knew. He felt like a superhero. His parents were relieved with the acceptance from his peers, and made a note to send him to Pupille de la Mort Academy when he came of age.