.. so I can't write "Shôta" in the title for this...... oh well XD
I had actually gotten a girl character into this group.. but I never got to rp her, I had no flow for it, I simply just couldn't relate to a female oc... So.. here I am back with the males <3 and I give you a very short bishi 8DName:
16 (Second year)Gender:
150 cm / 4'11"Birthday:
Shôta is what many people would call; in good contact with his emotions. He laughs a lot, smiles a lot.. but he's also easily angered and easy to turn sad. All in total he's just one huge bomb of energy and emotions mixed together into a wicked cocktail of a personality. He's pretty friendly towards new people, but doesn't like to let people too close to him. He prefers keeping other poeple as "distant friends" who he just hang out with to have fun, and not to talk about personal things. But as long as people stay on this distance he seems pretty outgoing; not afraid to talk to people, not afraid to speak his mind, as long as he can keep his personal life to himself. Shôta is also a very thoughtful boy, and will often over analyze situations, making things worse than they actually are. This is all combinded with his strong emotions always pouring out of him. When it is said that he is thoughtful, this is also concerning his own apperance. He's having quite the height complexes, being only 150 tall when wanting to be at least 170! No fun being shorter than many girls, right? But he's an optimistic guy and he keeps believing that it will come one day where he grows some extra centimeters! He's easily flustered, and will react on embarrassing moments by getting angry - a quite pathetic way to protect himself. When talking, Shôta can be quite badmouthed - he swears a lot, talk with slang from time to other and in general he can throw some pretty humorous comments off once in a while. And Humor is deffinetly appreciated by him! He likes when people can make him laugh, or when he can make other's laugh. He's quite the show off, and hates to back down on a dare. He always tries his best to proove himself being masculine and hardcore despite his lack of height. Shôta can also come off as a braggy little brat who loves to show off and is deffinetly not afraid of talking in front of many people, nor to play Cello when people watch him. the more the better!Preferred Activities:
going to the beach or play in water (even thou he's not very good at swimming)
playing video games
socializing with people
Shopping - he's a spender of money as soon as he got any, and game shopping is one of his favorites.Likes:
his preferred activities.
Music with a lot of energy in
Girls shorter than him
sports such as swimming, soccer and basket (not limited to this)
ADVENTUUUURES! - means he likes to explore things and would love to go places where not many people or maybe no people have been before
sweets and candy
Traditional stuff (be both likes and dislikes it)Dislikes:
Sassy and romantic movies and books
too much girly girl talk around him
cute drawings of animals with big eyes
horses - he was bitten in the butt when he was a child
overly Shy people - he can't relate to them and finds them borring.
Traditional stuff (be both likes and dislikes it)Backstory:
Shôta grew up in Okayama in a family containing two parents and 3 children. His childhood was spend with playing in the garden most of the time with his sisters or at his best friend's house where they often practiced skateboarding together. It was also at his place, that Shôta got bitten by a horse, leaves him with a scar at the right butcheek.
School weren't super difficult to him, and he got easily along with people without much trouble. At the age of 6 his best friend started taking violin lessons, which made Shôta go home and ask his parents for him to play violin too. The parents saw no reason why not, and took their son to a store where they sold music instruments. They wanted to ask the owner, who was a good friend of the family, if he could teach their son, but as they entered the store, Shôta was quickly fascinated by a cello in stead. as he said; It looks like a big violin!
And so would it happen that he started playing the Cello. He quickly enough appeared to be quite a talent for it, and he learned fast. His siblings found it nice to listen to, when Shôta had gotten a bit better at least.
Childhood days were a nice memory for Shôta to bring with him, and the peaceful life just continued as he grew up. His family was very traditional in their way of living; teaceremonies was held once in a while, and their children was taught many things about temples. Sometimes Shôta would listen, other times he didn't care, but after all he was just a boy who loved being active. Many summers was spend at the beach with his best friend (whose name is Satoshi) and they would skate out to where the sand started together.
But of course life can't always be equally good, and when reaching the age of 10, Shôta was the shortest of all his classmates. He was often teased for this, and some of the people from the upper class would even bully him. Sometimes he would snap, throw a chair after them but only managing to throw it one meter, since he was not the strongest. But life went on, and when he finally reached 150 at the age of 15, he and Satoshi would celebrate it by going to Tokyo - Satoshi was 2 years older than Shôta, and his parents had always let him do many things by his own. So alone did they go there, allowed to sleep at Satoshi's grandparents place. It was an amazing experience for Shôta, who so far had never seen any bigger cities. The tall buildings were intimidating and yet so amazing, and the many different types of people.. just wow!
The two boys passed by a group of students, all carrying bags with instruments in, and curious as he was, Shôta would stop up to them, ask about the instruments. This was when he heard of Hoshino Gakuen. they would actually teach Cello there!? He could become better, even end up living by just playing?
this was amazing!
Being in the first year of highschool, he begged his parents to let him go to Hoshino in stead. They weren't so sure of this, as it was far away and even a boarding school! But Shôta kept begging them, arguing for why it would be good for him.
At school he worked his hardest now, participated every second day in music club activities, trying his hardest to earn a scholarship. But he never managed, and as the first school year reached it's end, he felt broken. He couldn't go, he thought. But seeing his determination through the year, his parents and grandparents had talked together, all deciding to send him off to it. This day where he was told was the happiest day of his life - but also the saddest, cause he would have to say goodbye to Satoshi and his family.
enrolling at the school as a second year transfer students wouldn't be that easy, and for the first time in his life, he actually felt just a bit shy. But Shôta was sure on it; This was the right desicion! His grandparents drived him there, helped him with the formal stuff and left their grandson with a bright smile on his face. This was a new beginning of something greater than before!