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|Paul Arthur Kennedy; Sparklypoo! I mean, Hufflepuff!|
|Topic Started: Jul 19 2009, 05:03:42 PM (86 Views)|
|Paul Kennedy||Jul 19 2009, 05:03:42 PM Post #1|
Full name: Paul Arthur Kennedy
Birthdate: 5 November
Year: Fifth Year.
Paul's father, Arthur, is a Scottish Muggle and his mum is a Half-blood Scottish Witch.
Wand: 9 ¾s Alder wood, Shamrock core, sturdy and temperamental.
Preferred House: Hufflepuff
Eyes: Paul's blue orbs are often described as intense and fierce. His gaze is something that some avoid due to their impassioned nature.
Hair: Paul's tousle of messy dark hair has a mind of its own. He learned at a very young age that it would be futile to attempt to style it and trying to even comb or brush it seemed to aggravate it. Thusly he often chooses to ignore it most of the time, much to the chagrin of his mother. Paul dislikes having his hair too long, so it rarely goes past the top of his ears. His hair is a curly, tangled mess that causes some of the most irritable mothers to grind their teeth and have half a mind to straighten it.
Paul is, simply put, a boy with an average kind of face. His ruddy cheeks are bedazzled with a few freckles and his cheek bones are well defined through his skin. His skin colour is not too pale, but it isn't a medium skin tone either. His jaw has a very strong definition and is accompanied by a hint of stubble, though he normally tries to keep his face very clean in terms of facial hair. His lips are thin and his nose is slightly crooked from a fight in his youth. The most striking thing that people most often notice from Paul is his trademark boyish grin. Quite typically, his face contrasts his eyes, which may be interpreted to hold malice, as he is mostly in a jovial mood; even when he is in trouble, he is quite chuffed. His body is rather thin, mostly due to a fast metabolism as it is not an unusual sight to see him sneaking into the kitchen at Hogwarts to nick some food.
Paul is hardly one for fashion. Growing up in an all boy's school where his clothing consisted of a dress shirt, dress pants, dress shoes, and a tie, he feels right at home with the usual attire at Hogwarts. He will occasionally mix his professional appearance with something more casual, like jean trousers and trainers, and he typically got reprimanded in his Muggle schools for not tucking in his shirt. While his hair may seem a mess, his clothing is usually very clean and set to make an impression
General Character Traits: Paul is a very friendly and talkative person. He loves meeting new people and he always seems to have something to talk about, whether an anecdote or a rant, when he sees his friends. He feels at home in a crowded room with friends and new people alike; his socialising has a bad habit of earning him plenty of reprimands.
One thing that Paul seriously lacks is a drive or goal in life. He never has been much of a student, meeting only the bare minimums, aside from Potions, in order to pass on to the next year. He honestly does not like the idea of graduating and leaving a place and the people he has grown so fond of. He enjoys taking life at a steady pace and he has such a difficult time studying due to the inactivity that half the time he cannot be arsed.
Paul is somewhat of a rebellious prankster before anything else. He has such a vivid humour that some people just cannot help but notice his antics. He does not put much stock in taking life too seriously because his rationale dictates that if one is too serious, they will never enjoy life to the fullest. Due to his personal philosophy toward life, he is renowned for his spontaneity. The fact that he does not take life very seriously, he tends to have a broad and liberal mind when it comes to accommodating others into his social network.
Paul also seems to have a clear sense of justice and what is right and wrong. He has it in him to forgive people when they seem genuinely apologetic, but depending on the offense, that person may have to work harder to get back to that place they were before; in some cases, he can forgive a person for a terrible atrocity, but their relationship with him will never be the way it once was. He typically tries to do the right thing, but sometimes this ends up being the wrong thing. He has a habit of over-analysing his actions in retrospect, almost as if trying to see what he could have done differently in order to make everyone happy. He has an awful habit of trying to please as many of his friends as possible; even if it is something he may detest doing.
While Paul is not typically a fighter, he can be brave and courageous when the situation calls for it. If he sees an injustice going on before him, he typically has a habit to lose his temper. He is the type of person to stand up for a friend, even if he knows his friend is wrong. He is confident in his own abilities as a person, but he knows when he has been beaten and will usually acknowledge this fact in a humble manner. He cares for his friends and others, except when he feels that they earned whatever they got.
Lastly, few will ever get to see Paul's romantic side because of his masque of humour. He really is a sweet and affectionate young man, but he is self-conscious about how others may view him, particularly his best mates, if they say him doing that. He is almost afraid of losing the respect he has managed to rack up whilst attending Hogwarts. He is an avid poet and he dabbles a little with the guitar, though he will admit that his guitar skills are rubbish. He is sort of just waiting for the right girl to open up his sensitive and passionate side to so that he can have a genuine relationship without worrying what others may think.
Likes: What doesn't he like? He loves good food, particularly Mediterranean-styled food. Working on vehicles, in regards to mechanical maintenance, is a passion he has seemingly developed in his early adolescence. Sports are another thing he enjoys, Muggle or Magical, though he seems to have taken a liking to the sports played in the Wizarding realm as of late. He is very interested in the opposite sex at this point in his life. He enjoys tinkering with anything that is mechanical and he enjoys doing puzzle-oriented activities that challenge his mind. He has a sincere love for nature as it is, venturing forth to discover natural wonders and to appreciate them first hand, not from a book.
Paul enjoys doing a lot of practical work because it makes sense to him; he is definitely a visual, hands-on learner. Paul's heart lies in the poetic and musical arts. He has read up on many poets, both Muggle and Magic-folk, and he takes pleasure in applying the message he receives from the reading to a facet of his life. Music plays a big role in this young teen's life, particularly that of Muggle alternative rock and indie rock. He has recently taken up guitar, but, simply put, he is proper rubbish at this point. He also has a bad habit of practicing the guitar in lieu of studying; he will spend hours on it if he has enough focus.
He has an extreme interest in the Magical World, being somewhat disadvantaged compared to his fellow students. His parents divorced when he was around five years old and he stayed with his father for the time being, until he became eleven and went to live with his mother, a Witch. No matter how much Paul may know about the world of Magic, he is always pleasantly surprised by something new. He spent a lot of his life with his father, a Muggle, who dislikes the Magical World, perhaps due to his own ignorance and unwillingness to learn of it in the first place.
Paul loves to dance no matter what is playing; he is a slave to the rhythm of the music. However, any of his friends will tell you that he is terrible when it comes to more modernistic types of dancing, but he seems to be better at the ballroom dancing styles. If Paul has a passion for anything, it is talking. He loves to learn about other people, their values, and viewpoints, particularly if they are quite different from his own. Paul also has a fondness for camaraderie and friendship; he feels that it is enjoyable to get closer to people. Paul also has a fondness for smoking; perhaps just because it makes him look cool towards others.
Dislikes: If there is one thing Paul cannot stand it is authority. He is in his "Teen Rage" phase of life. While he will not disrespect his professors outright, but he does not take them or their teachings seriously, with an exception to Defense Against the Dark Arts and Potions, and will neglect to do satisfactory work or the readings required. Another thing Paul dislikes is snobbish people that seemingly have a superiority complex. He feels that they pick on others because of their own deficiencies and he will go out of his own way to call them out on it and make it his own business.
Studying is a severe dislike of Paul's when he feels that he could be doing something more interesting. Studying is seen as a chore to him and he will do anything to worm his way out of it. Paul cannot stand people who are serious and lack a sense of proper humour. He enjoys humour, no matter how crude, and his pranks, no matter how juvenile, and people that are critical of him for it have a tendency to grind his gears. Arrogance is another thing that happens to make Paul rather annoyed. The incessant, verbal glorification of one's self is enough to make Paul ignore or scoff a person. To Paul, arrogance is not assurance and that one's actions will ultimately decide their worth, so to speak.
Paul has had a few bad experiences with elitism at Hogwarts. The "Pureblood Myth", a belief that purebloods are superior to all others, angers him to no end. His first experience with "pureblood superiority" in his first year portrayed an extreme lack of self-control on the issue, leading to his first physical fight and a month's worth of detention. As he has grown, his smart-mouthed attitude has become more refined and subtle and has resulted in less physical altercations, but it has not stamped them out altogether.
Paul's mortal enemy has always been getting up early. He is a young man that loves his sleep and if he does not achieve a certain degree of sleep, he can be lethargic and easily annoyed. It is common knowledge amongst his parents and friends that the unlucky soul that happens to wake him up intentionally before his own biological clock will suffer a shouting of abuse.
Habits: Paul is very tactless when it comes to speech. While he may not have the intent to offend others, it often just blurts out, causing even more social awkwardness and strife for the poor lad. Paul has a habit of swearing, though he has learned to mind his manners around women; something he learned the hard way when he started living with his mum again. His Scottish accent is very predominant in his speech; effectively his Glaswegian dialect lets everyone know where he's from. Paul's hands are always moving and working whilst he is speaking; it feels calming and soothing to him and better allows for him to articulate and express himself. He is a very easy-going person and he's quite laidback; if he gets a bad score he shrugs it off. Paul goes with the flow of life.
Strengths: Paul is a very loyal and courageous person. He sticks with his own until the very bitter end; Paul's friends are probably his biggest strength. In terms of courageousness, he will always heed the call of duty. When it comes to his closest of friends or family, he will do anything for them without expecting something in return. Paul seems to have a gift with words, being able to express ideas and thoughts rather easily.
Another gift Paul seems to have is in Potions; he does not seem to have to really work at it and it's something he takes pride in. It shows that he is a methodical and practical person; he need only follow the directions in his text book and it does not require a massive amount of effort. Paul is a very honest person. He will admit to something he did or a fault that he caused up front and without hesitation.
Weaknesses: A big weakness is that he has a difficulty performing the standard upper level magical spells and incantations that his age group should be accustomed to performing. Due to the fact that he does not apply himself to his studies means that he typically lags behind the average curve. When he attempts to perform spells, they either have no effect or backfire completely. Another weakness he has is that his temper can flare up when his nerves are treaded upon and it takes him a while before he can cool down. Another problem Paul seems to have is a fondness for beautiful women. He will often bend over backwards for a pretty girl, even if he does not see the sense in all of it. When dealing with things that Paul does not consider a hobby, he has a very difficult time remaining patient. He wants results and he wants them immediately, causing him to force results that often end badly.
Another thing Paul struggles with is organisation. He is terrible with trying to organise things properly and most of his possessions and the area around his four poster bed is a complete and utter mess. Paul is the biggest procrastinator he knows. He will arse about and put something off until the night before, having to work under extreme amounts of pressure just to meet the bare minimum. Paul is also quite a rebel. He often disobeys school rules and even rules set by his parents. This is partly due to him living under the thumb and close scrutiny of his father for the first eleven years of his life. At Hogwarts, Paul found a new found freedom that he has decidedly exploited, often earning him detentions.
Another thing Paul struggles with is punctuality. He is rarely on time for anything and his closest friends know to either expect him late or tell him an earlier time to arrive so they are not waiting about for him to come. Paul is also easily distracted. Little noises, thoughts, and things that other people are doing in front of him makes it difficult for him to stay focused. He will also start with one thing and end up getting sidetracked to do something else. Paul is also a very rash. He will act on his own instincts and he often has the worst timing when it comes to bringing something up.
Pre-birth and Pre-Hogwarts
Having just graduated from Hogwarts, Cecilia returned home to Glasgow in order to take a break from her intense studies. Only an eighteen year old girl at the time, Cecilia had a thirst for partying. Her and her friends, childhood and new, went pubbing often. Cecilia dated a few males, but nothing ever resulted in a long-term relationship. Rather put off by this, one of Cecilia's friends set her up on a blind date with one Arthur Kennedy. The date probably could not have gone worse; the two were completely different. However, after giving it long consideration, Cecilia decided to give Arthur another chance and a few more dates. Arthur was a very handsome young man and Cecilia was rather pretty herself, but their personalities rubbed each other the wrong way. Their relationship resulted in a lot of fighting and problems between the two, but Cecilia could not break it off for some reason. She felt a deep connection with Arthur and hoped to change his narrow mind.
They married when she was twenty-two and he was twenty-three. The two seemed to get on well enough, but Cecilia was hiding one very important fact from Arthur: that she was actually a Witch. She told him everything on the night of their honeymoon and he was devastated that she had deceived him in such a way. The two separated for a short while, not divorcing, until they reconciled their differences and got back together. A new rekindled love spawned a healthy baby boy a year later that they named Paul. After much argument, the two finally agreed to raise Paul a normal Muggle boy, until he turned 11; if he received a letter from Hogwarts, they would introduce him to the Magical World, but if he did not receive a letter, he would be unaffected.
In his young years, Paul received a lot of love and attention from his parents, having a perfectly normal childhood, despite his parents still trifling between their different personalities. Arthur was a strict, sensible, and traditional man, while Cecilia was a free-spirited, strong-willed, and borderline feminist. They decided to stay together for the sake of Paul and his childhood, but it was a tense relationship that lacked any real love. Paul was blissfully unaware of the quarrelling that happened behind closed doors until it hit its peak. His parents separated and filed for divorce this time around when Paul was roughly five years old. Both parents agreed that Paul should stay with his father so that they would still be loyal to their promise of raising him a Muggle. Arthur tearfully explained to his son that Cecilia and Arthur could not get along anymore and decided to go their separate ways. Paul was floored.
However, Paul saw his mother often enough; it was just very weird for her not to be living with them. Unbeknownst to himself at the time, she was a Witch and he pretty much just thought her rather bizarre. Paul attended an all-boys school in Glasgow for primary. It was about this time that his father started dating again and was remarried. This sent Paul into a state of sadness for a few years. He was angry at himself and at his parents; he could not get it through his young head how something like this could happen. He long blamed himself and was a quiet and obedient young man.
As Paul grew up, he spent a lot of time with his father. He loved and still continues to love his father to this day. At first, however, Paul had a problem connecting with his father because they did not have a common love for anything. Therefore, Paul spent a lot of time with his father working on motor vehicles. He first started out watching and fetching tools, but as his knowledge of cars started to expand, Paul's father took up the role of supervisor while Paul became the mechanic in training. It was their time of bonding where Paul became such a mechanical fanatic; it often reminds him of his father and the time they spent together.
It was during one of these father-son bonding moments that Paul first showed some of his magical prowess when he was changing the oil. His father went inside for a drink and Paul needed a smaller fitting for his ratchet. Paul asked his father for a smaller fitting and jutted his arm from beneath the car. As Paul's father came back into the garage, he found several fittings for the ratchet whirling about on the workbench before one spun off the surface and shot into Paul's hand. Arthur knew in the back of his mind that Paul took after his mother, but decided to ignore it and perhaps it would go away.
One thing that Paul found solace in was taking care of his younger step-sister, Katie. The two spent a lot of time together and they grew very close. They did a lot together and Paul was a role-model to Katie. When Katie was first born, Paul wanted nothing to do with the girl. However, as he saw her smiling newborn face, Paul fell in love with the little girl. It was Katie that taught Paul how to be compassionate and protective of those he loves.
He was a bit of a social outcast because he was so shy and a rather average student. It was when Paul turned ten years old that his English professor introduced him to poetry and the arts. Paul was completely fascinated with all of these different forms of expression that he had never been fully aware of. It was through poetry and comedy that Paul finally began to blossom into what he is today and finally learned to express himself, as opposed to bottling things up inside as he had previously done. Through these art forms, Paul began the healing process and his mood changed drastically. He was more talkative and friendly and he seemed to finally fit in.
Sadly, when he hit 11 years old, his world was shattered by a curious letter from a place called Hogwarts. His mum came to see him and proceeded to inform him of his tie to the Wizarding World. Paul was skeptical at first; how could he not be when he had been raised the last six years by his father? It took a lot of persuasion on his mother's part and a lot of arguing between Arthur and Cecilia, but Paul was torn from his life in Glasgow to come live in London with his mum, his half-brother that he had never met, and Cecilia's husband that Paul had never met either. The whole thing perplexed Paul and he was sad to leave behind his new friends and Katie, but he reckoned that he would go to a place where people were more like him and would feel more accepted within that community. Also, it was a chance to start off with a clean slate.
It was fortunate that Paul was starting with a clean slate because the Magical World had so much for this child to absorb. He had never been integrated into the world of Wizardry before this; of course his mother is a half-blood Witch, though he always just wrote her off as just a little unorthodox. Paul will never forget his fateful walk down Diagon Alley: magical folk of all shapes and sizes, shouting from one youth to another about the next big broomstick, bizarre dress fashion that he had never been previously exposed to, and wares that caused his jaw to remain gaped open in awe. This was his first real foray into the Magical world and to say that he was beginning to understand it would have been an overstatement.
When the eleven year old left for Hogwarts on the train, he felt a sense of sadness. He did not want to leave his mum, even if he did not like her husband. It was finally registering into his head that he would be unable to see his mum or his family until winter holiday. This sorrow began to build up in him and he wanted to cry; he would have if the windows into his compartment weren't clear. It took a few moments, and comforting from a nice sixth year Ravenclaw girl that happened to be walking by, saw his face scrunched up as if to cry, and asked him if anything was wrong, for Paul to master himself, but he was finally over it for the time being. With this newfound vigour, Paul set out to make a few friends before arriving to Hogwarts.
When it came to sorting, Paul felt ill. He was so afraid that the Sorting Hat would declare him unfit to be here in the first place. To his relief, Paul was sorted into Hufflepuff for his loyalty and strong sense of friendship; being sorted into Hufflepuff on these grounds instilled in him a pride for himself and for his house. Hogwarts was such an odd place to Paul; he had seen old castles with his father on their holidays, but none that enraptured him quite like Hogwarts. It was huge! Numerous floors, uncountable rooms, and ghosts! What a fright that gave him. Even with the help of other people, it was easy for him to get lost in the labyrinths of Hogwarts, though this would be the easy part for him to adjust to.
Paul was at a clear disadvantage from the start. He was still relatively new to the world of Magic and the amount of new information was just overwhelming. He genuinely tried to study, but it just did not make sense to him. He struggled throughout the school year, with an exception to Potions, History of Magic, and the practical part of Defense Against the Dark Arts. The thing he disliked most was that most of his life at Hogwarts was comprised of school and studying and left little time for socialising, though that's not to say he did not find time for it. Paul got involved with the wrong crowd of first years and was reprimanded a few times for curfew violations. As Paul finished the year out, he was relieved to find that his excellent marks in the aforementioned subjects had barely pulled him through.
Paul's second year was hardly different from the first; he was still struggling to catch up with everyone else. He was trying as best as he could, yet by the end of the year, he was only able to produce the most basic spells a second year would learn at the beginning of the term. However, Paul found his way to good friends that liked him for his honesty and strong sense of friendship. However, it was the young boy's turn to play as a bad role model when he introduced his friends to the most juvenile of pranks. His little clique of friends was notorious for breaking minor rules and breaking curfew. However, his friends were different this time around because they actually tried to help and educate him. It showed him that he could truly rely on his friends to help him out of a bind.
Paul's third year saw him change into a bit of a rebel, though he still stuck with his friends. His troubles continued as he got into fights in an attempt to defend his friends and others from bullies. He used to be a bit shy, would let people walk all over him, and would avoid most conflict, but now that he was developing physically he could hold his own sometimes. He never sought out a fight or trouble, but conflict always sought him out. He was nearly expelled and sentenced to a month's detention for beating the fluff out of an aggressive bully that was harassing his friends. It was made clear to Paul that he was really treading on thin ice.
It was in this year that Paul also experienced his first love. Though it was plainly physical, it was a passionate one that he thoroughly enjoyed. She brought out the romance and sensitivity in Paul and he will always love her for that. However, when the relationship ended due to a silly fight, Paul was deeply crushed. He started struggling to even get up in the morning and he really could not be arsed to attempt to study as he had been. He seemed out of touch and always unfocused. His friends, able to read him like a book, were able to pick him up off his feet. It was this debt to his friends that he felt that he would never betray them and always stick with them. Again, Paul's marks were barely acceptable and he nearly failed out, if it were not for his good friends.
Paul's fourth year left him more experienced in knowledge, thanks to a lot of his professors not giving up on him. They tried desperately to get him caught up with the rest of the students, but he always seemed one or two steps behind. This discouraged him a lot and soon he rarely touched a book. He was more interested in girls, despite his first bad relationship, pranks, parties, and developing friendships. He was a social beast, so to speak. To say that he had been a timid kid in his first year would have aroused the laughter of disbelief from all but his closest friends. He was a wise-cracking kid that still occasionally got into a fight a few times, but conflicts with his fellow students usually just led to rivalries or were defused, thanks to bystanders, before they got too serious.
Paul's skill and passion was still in Potions. No matter how bad his day might have been, it was often brightened by the aspect of Potions. He rarely made an error in this course and the professor was very knowledgeable. Paul's magical prowess was still behind others, but he made due with the help of his friends. Paul also got into a few relationships that were purely physical, only because Paul refused to let them get along further. He was more concerned about other things, such as his friends, and always had a habit of getting sidetracked with them when he had a date. He always used this as an excuse, but truthfully Paul knew in the bottom of his heart that was never over his first love.
He finally came to terms with his first hurtful relationship over the last summer holiday. In addition, after the end of his fourth term at Hogwarts, Paul's grades improved, though marginally, and this sort of reinforced his slacker and lazy mentality. This summer was different though. Instead of visiting his father this summer in Edinburgh, Paul stayed with his Mum. It was hanging out in London by himself one afternoon that Paul met a very charming young Muggle girl in a coffee shop. She turned his world upside down wit her thinking: if you take things too seriously, you will never make it out alive; just live in the moment, enjoy it while it lasts, and forget the past. It was this girl, Joannah, who helped Paul get over the pain in his heart over his first lover and released the weight that was always seemingly dragging him down.
Occupation: Police Officer
Arthur Kennedy used to be in the Royal Army before he left that line of work for a job with the local Glasgow police. He was fortunate enough to work in the same city that he had been raising a family and he is always around for Paul. He is a very practical man that believes in tough love when raising his children. Arthur has always been very strict when raising Paul. He dislikes the nonsense of the Magical World and finds it to be incredibly annoying. Since divorcing Paul's mother, Arthur married again and has a daughter with Charlotte Kennedy, Paul's step-mother.
Occupation: Member of the Improper Use of Magic Office
Cecilia has always been a loving mother to Paul. He was her first child and, though she would not admit it outright, he is her most favourite child. She is a half-blood Witch (Muggle father and Witch mother). She is a very kind and affectionate person. She often spoiled Paul as much as possible; especially on the occasion he went to visit her on holidays. She is very open-minded and talkative, which is probably where Paul gets it. She currently lives in London with her second husband, Wallace McRory, a half-blood, and her second son, Samuel McRory. Cecilia is a very free-spirited woman, but she is also a very strong woman.
Katie is Paul's half-sister from his father's side. She is very thoughtful and generous at her age and she has always looked up to Paul as her older brother. Katie is not aware that Paul is her half-brother, but she could probably care less. She is very affectionate toward Paul and, despite the fact that she is not fully related to him, he loves her very much. He is very protective of her and he plays a big part in ultimately babying her as an older brother. When Paul went off to Hogwarts and to ultimately live with his mum, her parents told her that he had been accepted to a very prestigious boarding school and was not told that he was a Wizard. Paul and Katie exchange letters often, but Paul never tells her the specifics of what he is learning at school, lest she find out.
Samuel is Paul's half-brother from his mother's side. Samuel is a little hellion. Samuel, despite his age, has made it his life's goal to make Paul's life a living hell. He is a snotty little brat that will do anything to frame Paul and make it so Paul gets in trouble. Samuel is probably the only person that knows how to agitate Paul the best. There has always been a tension between the two; Samuel seems to have an understanding that Paul is their mother's favourite child. Paul tries to get on with Samuel, as instructed by his mother, but the boy makes it impossible for Paul to attempt such a feat.
Pet(s): None; he can't be bothered to feed and take care of one.
Possessions: None at the moment.
Out of Character Information
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