Name Pronounced: Ken-ZEE-aah
Appearance: Although Kenzia is a pretty young lady she is not drop dead gorgeous either. She’s happy with that though. Her jaw is too square to match the high cheekbones properly, her nose a little too straight. She likes that her eyes are blue but can appear (though they aren’t) green in the right lighting. The other thing she likes is her dark brown hair. Sometimes it can look lighter as the sun naturally makes it have highlights. It is thick and healthy and she keeps it braided and pinned out of the way.
Personality: Kenzia is very much a ‘if I can’t do it myself then it won’t be done’ person. She hates to ask for help in anything. Stubborn and strong willed she finds it hard to let people be close to her. Kenzia believes that everyone has an ulterior motive, that people will always want something from you. This makes it hard for her to let people close and into the walls she uses to guard herself.
History: Raised in the south on one of the small orchard farms that scatter it’s land Kenzia is the youngest daughter of a hardworking woman. She was the last ditch effort to keep her father from leaving her mother but it didn’t work. In fact it worked so not well that Kenzia is not even sure who her father is.
Information about Kenzia's pets
Pet Name: Tenney
Pet Type: Brown Firelizard
Appearance: Small and robust, Tenney is the colour of a dark cup of klah. He has lighter creamy brown swirls around the tip of his tail and wings.
Personality: Fiercely loyal Tenney is never far from his chosen pets side. Where his pet is skittish around other people Tenney will give anyone the benefit of the doubt, a friendly little thing he loves to be petted and made to feel special. That special feeling comes from food (just so you know).
Kenzia is a candidate. Her colour preference is Gold, Green
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