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<h3>28/looks 21 . Original/Robin Hood/Wonderland . Enchanted Forest . Poppy Drayton </h3>
“A woman's place is in her home; cooking, cleaning, and taking care of her family.”
<br>No matter how many times 5 year old Victoria Locksley Scarlet had that drilled (figuratively speaking) into her mind, it still didn't ring true for her because the home she had once known was torn apart due to tragic loss. Friar Tuck was the only parent that Victoria knew growing up and, other than her brother Robin, Victoria had no other family. Yet she did her best to get by the pain of having been orphaned way too young by throwing herself into working to help keeping the parish that Friar Tuck was head of up to date and ignore some of the talk about the “Locksley children”, the “poor dears”. In the meantime, she silently admonished her elder brother Robin as Friar Tuck scolded him for the ways he would steal from the rich in order to give back to the poor. While Victoria would never attempt to do what her brother was doing, she knew deep down that things must have been just as hard for him as they were for her. But she was never angry or disappointed with him because she understood his silent pain & anger for the tragedy that made them become stronger people.<br><br>
“You would not be able to handle me.”
<br>A poor yet proper lady such as Victoria would not have encountered a man
like Zacchaeus Scarlet but the encounter still happened and she was not disappointed to find he'd made a turnaround in his life – or so she had begun to thought. Victoria had seen the signs of a man (namely her elder brother) who turned into a thief yet she almost missed seeing them in Zacchaeus. Her trouble, however, was only about to begin as Victoria found herself carrying a child inside of her – her eldest child. A boy that she would name Will. While her marriage was not overly pleasant – Victoria didn't appreciate all of the lies or him teaming up with Robin from time to time in order to go on thieving hunts – she did her best to pass the time by caring for Will and keeping their house as much a home as she could, and soon her baby boy was a big brother to a beautiful little girl that Victoria named Penelope.<br><br>
“I want you to be good to each other.”
<br>The cottage where Victoria & Zacchaeus raised their two children was located near a lake that became frozen during the harsh winters in the Enchanted Forest, and some winters were even worse than others. Victoria fell ill during one of the more harsh winters, developing pneumonia, and died with her two beloved children at her side.<br><br>
“What world is this?”
<br>Upon her death, Victoria was sent to the Underworld's lair; a place she knew was changed over the years she and an assortment of others who had unfinished business with their loved ones or someone they cared about. A lonely place that Victoria did her best to pass the days with though she missed her children terribly but never really knowing that her teenage daughter, who had been a small child when Victoria died, was also in the Underworld. One day while she was tending to a small minor injury, Victoria was reunited with her beloved daughter Penelope; confusion filling her at first because her daughter had become a strikingly beautiful young lady. The very striking image of Victoria's own mother, one that she had never known but had a picture in a locket she'd planned to pass on to her daughter; a locket that Victoria had held onto even during her trip to the Underworld.<br><br>
“We'll be a family again.”
<br>Victoria had promised her children they would see each other again, but seeing Penelope in the Underworld made Victoria want to see what her son had been up to since her unexpected death, and a jump through the portal to Storybrooke became Victoria's chance, especially after learning that the man in charge of the Underworld had abandoned his “throne”. Victoria didn't hesitate to follow the others, ones with unfinished business, into the world of Storybrooke; not knowing that she would soon be reunited with her son.
Like most young women at her age, Victoria is the perfect representation of what it means to be a lady. She also has a lot of maternal bones inside of her, but manages the temper her brother Robin and Friar Tuck had once witnessed when she'd been a child. While Victoria learned to tame that temper during the years that she grew up & stayed in Friar Tuck's care, she'd always felt that her biggest flaw was trusting people too easily and that's how she gets into bigger messes than she can usually handle. Biting off more than she could chew. But underneath the trust issues and flaws, Victoria is a strong & independent woman who did the best she could to put a little bit of good in the world she'd lived in for the short time that she'd lived in it; passing as much of the good onto her children as only a mother could. Victoria is also a kind, gentle woman with a heart of gold; the kind that came with being raised by Friar Tuck, a man who helped her see the good in the world.
Go see Killian's app for an example!
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<h3>cst . other characters: Anita Lucas, Archie Hopper, Charlotte Burnett, Indiana Cartier / Orange Fairy, Killian Jones / Captain Hook</h3>
</div>[/dohtml]OOC: I already have approval from Faine (the most awesome person for proofreading) and Lime that the app is good, so no need to poke them!