Name: Yuki Ueno Age: 17 Place of Origin: Japan Current Status (Grade/Occupation): 3rd year Weight: 123 lbs Height: 5'5 Skin color: Pale Hair color: Purple Eye color: Green
As a way to occupy Yuki, her father gave her playing cards. Whenever he was away, Yuki used the playing cards as a wake to cope with her father's absences. Without her cards she becomes vicious and anxious to the point where she hyperventilates. Her mother however had no way of coping and was forced to raise Yuki practically on her own. It is because of this that Yuki is the way she is now, innocent, childish, honest, and often times silly. Her immature nature is a result of being babied by her mother who was afraid to watch her little girl grow up in the world. Her father was only an assist to this treatment of Yuki which is why she never realizes when she is doing or saying something that she shouldn't. Her child-like behavior is often times even seen as adorable but those are not her only behaviors. Even in her innocence comes a bit of a wild side one might call it. Yuki becomes competitive, sarcastic, snarky, and sometimes even violent if it is summoned out of her. Her childish behavior becomes nothing more than a figment of imagination once she is seen in this opposing nature.
Background]Yuki Ueno is the only child from a Japanese-American couple. Her mother being Japanese and her father American, Yuki grew up in a pretty satisfied environment. It wasn't until she began to grow older than the delineation began. Her father was a business man, and a busy man - far too busy. Often times he was away from home, leaving Yuki and her mother to work out things to make ends meet. Yuki's mother refused to put Yuki to work, saying that her school-work should come first. Yuki went through school as an average student, mostly excelling in music and art. Her mother didn't see these to be useful and denounced Yuki for her exceeding success in music and art while her father praised her for it. The cultural difference that Yuki has faced are repeatedly around her - no matter what. Yuki was often teased for being a "halfie" and sometimes bullied to the point of tears. It tore her apart and made her more reclusive - making her find solace in being alone and loneliness, even when she doesn't actually want it. She is still afraid to tell people that she is a halfie and if she does tell that person, then they must be very special to her.