Highly intelligent like her wonderful father. Engaged and interested in conversations. Great listener and observer. Fair physical shape after years of soccer. Good hand-eye coordination.Weaknesses:
Not a team player, except for limited situations. Does not listen to instructions well unless she highly respects the instructor. Suppresses memories of the past. Does not have good endurance. Doesn't know how to use much in the way of weaponry.Name:
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- 5'1" tall and approximately 110 lbs; still growing.
- Blond hair and pale complexion.
- Skinny/average frame.
- No body alterations or piercings.
- Wears whatever is appropriate for the occasion.
- Likes to look sharp.
- Doesn't dress older than her age.
Chamberlain is the kid that other kids are afraid of, but no one wants to confront her about it because she is smart and her dad is well known. Brilliant, but slightly socially inept, Chamberlain prefers the company of her family to the company of her peers, though she participates in scouts and soccer and social groups.Likes:Dislikes:Strengths:Weaknesses:Goals:Fears:Thoughts about His/Her District:Thoughts on the Hunger Games:Role in Family:Role in Society:Anticipation for the Future:Background:
Like many Capitol children, Chamberlain grew up with a mother and father with few worries in the world. Her brother and only sibling was born when she was four, and the two of them stick together through thick and thin. Her parents spent many hours at the lab, but always squeezed the children into the schedule. Regardless, the parents encouraged independence and respect for adults, and Chamberlain was expected to take care of her brother as an older sister should.
For the first few years of their education, Chamberlain and Lee went to school like other Capitol residents, though their education was supplemented at home by their mother's tutoring. Unfortunately when Chamberlain was eight, she came home from school one day with her little brother after she picked him up from preschool class only to discover police cars and crime scene tape circling the house. Someone brutally slayed their mother that afternoon with a knife in the kitchen. Many proclaimed Chamberlain's father to be the killer, and he was arrested as the key suspect. The two children stayed for a couple days with their paternal grandparents until their father was released. The neighbor was arrested for the murder and promptly executed.
Life changed, but they moved on. Their father, not fully trusting the school system, pulled both children out of school and homeschooled them, eventually getting tutors and filling in for what the tutors didn't cover. Despite the horror the family went through, they became closer than before. Their father took great pride in the children and supported them academically, mentally and emotionally. Although their education remained private, he made sure to get his kids involved in extracurricular activities and play groups.Other: