How well do you know your OC’s?
20: What is your OC’s favourite type of pizza?
One with lots and lots of seafood on it, Nonna will never settle for just a plain margherita pizza, she has to have it all, the woman either goes big or goes home.
21: Who is your OC’s best friend?
Eduard. He’s been Nonna’s best friend for a while, the two get along like a house on fire, and their various crazy situations that they are infamous for getting themselves into have lead them to becoming closer and closer together.
22: Has your OC ever killed someone?
She’s killed lots and lots of people, simple as.
23: What’s your OC’s biggest secret?
((m’just gonna. Skip over this one.))
24: What does your OC smell like?
Despite working long hours as a mechanic, Nonna doesn’t smell like a workshop by any means, in fact she puts great effort into not smelling like a workshop. You’ll find that a lot of her shower gels, body creams and perfumes have a rather floral and light, but noticeable scent to them. The interior of her lighthouse also smells quite flowery, so even if you can’t see her in the house, she appears to be everywhere.
25: (Already answered)
26: Is your OC human, or an animal?
Neither. Nonna is a personified city, a near immortal being who represents the people, history and land of Murmansk.
27: What languages does your OC speak?
She speaks both English and Russian fluently, though there is the odd occasion where her English sounds a little broken, often when she’s tired or drunk. She’d love to learn another language however.
28: Does your OC like anime?
She has no idea what anime is, but she’d probably find the story lines a little repetitive.
29: Can your OC swim?
Yes, she can, it’s not a necessary skill, but it’s a useful one to have when you live so close to the sea, Nonna loves swimming.
30: What does your OC choose to do about the, er, hair down there?
She shaves every now and then, but in the long run, she isn’t bothered about it, plus, the one time she was convinced to get it all waxed off resulted in her not being able to walk without discomfort for a day or so. Not fun.