Fen Kingston – Bio

Name Fen Kingston
Nickname None Yet
Actual Age 6
Apparent Age 16-18ish
Date of Birth Exact date unknown but celebrated July 8th, 2012
Race Fennec Fox stuck in human form.
Nationality Egyptian
Hometown Chicago, Il
Sexuality Heterosexual

Grade Advanced
House Landon

Class Schedule

Standard

Required Subjects English, Geography & Earth Sciences, Algebra, Physical Education
Electives Human Anatomy & Physiology, Home Economics, Creature Lore
Art Requirement Drama
Sports Requirement Swimming
Additional Extracurriculars None

Intermediate

Required Subjects English II, Geometry, History, Supernatural Studies
Electives Law & Justice, Supernatural History, Music Appreciation
Art Requirement Painting, Drawing & Design, Drama
Sports Requirement Tennis
Additional Extracurriculars None (yet?)

Advanced

Required Subjects Economics, Geometry II, Biology, History II
Electives Phylosophy, Religion, Art History
Art Requirement Painting, Drawing & Design, Drama
Sports Requirement Tennis
Additional Extracurriculars None (yet?)

  • Appearance
  • Personality
  • Powers
  • Skills

She stands about 8 inches tall and is about two feet long nose to tip, large ears… oh wait, that was the old Fen.

Fen has long dark hair and chocolate brown eyes that simultaneously echo an innocent curiosity of the world around her and a cleverness innate to her true self. She stands about 5’6″ and has a naturally thin frame. She typically wears things her ‘sister’ doesn’t wear anymore and don’t always fit her quite right, but they are nice brands. Her Keith and Heather always bought their daughter nice things and so as a byproduct Fen had nice things, just none really of her own.

At the start of school Keith and Heather bought her ‘sister’ a bunch of new outfits, a number of which she’d secretly picked out because they would look good on Fen. So thanks to her, Fen actually has some fitting clothes that look good and probably make her look a bit more stuck up or well off than she really was.

Typically she wears her hair down and doesn’t wear a lot of jewelry. She’s still learning about makeup, though her ‘sister’ has tried and even managed to do her up once or twice it’s still strange to have stuff on her face like that.

At first she was torn by instinct, confusion and fear. Over the past two years she has learned a lot of new thing and those things have started to form a personality about her. Regardless of how much she’s learned there are still some things she doesn’t know and she’ll not hesitate to ask. Around new people she’s kind of shy, but it doesn’t take long to get her to open up and once you do, look out. She’s a bit of a force. Once comfortable she’s very outgoing and loves to have a good time. Socializing has for the most part until recently been limited to just her ‘sister’ and she’s had to learn that ‘play’ for humans is different than ‘play’ for fennecs.

She’s very protective of her ‘sister’ and would be of any new people she’d call friend. She’s very curious, more than just normal human things she doesn’t know about yet, but about everything. So to say that she sticks her nose in things is accurate, humans don’t always communicate with words and their non-verbal communication is much different than a Fennecs, she still hasn’t quite grasped all the nuances. Sarcasm, lies, exaggerations, things like that tend to get by her; thus to call her gullible is an understatement. This also makes her very easy to read as she hasn’t really mastered being able to hide her emotions. Her heart is very much on her sleeve, along with her joy, sadness, anger, fear, etc.

Now when it comes to members of the opposite sex she really doesn’t know a lot. Beyond Keith, attending St. Margaret’s will be her first encounter with any human males. Hell the only Fennec males she ever knew were her liter mates. So to say she’s a bit naïve when it comes to romance and sex and… well anything having to do with how boys and girls are supposed to interact as humans, all she has is her natural instincts. And well the canine instincts are not quite acceptable in human interactions.

Oh, and she has very little to no understanding of money. The Kingstons are very well off, but Fen has no idea what that means. She never had anything of her own beyond the toys bought for her as a pet. Oh and the concept of a larger world is still new to her. She’s seen things on the internet but the connection that what she sees online really exists outside of her house and neighborhood (and now her school) is still a concept she’s trying to grasp.


None of her own, just the spell that sticks her as a human.

Her special skills may not seem special to most people, but considering she’s only 4 years old, they’re quite extraordinary. Fen has learned to read, though it’s not yet at an advanced level. She can write, but again not all that advanced and thanks to her ‘sister’ she has learned to type more than write so her hand writing is atrocious. Some things she picked up thanks to two years of ‘helping’ with homework, so she picked up some match and science basics. A lot of things she ‘learned’ is more recitation from memory then actually understanding.

Other than that, she’s pretty clever and seems to pick up things quickly. Which has been very helpful.

History
When she was first brought into the large house of Keith and Heather Fen had barely weened from her mother. She was a present for their young daughter’s tenth birthday (it would be the same day they celebrated hers as well). The small fox had been born in Chicago to a breeder who sold Fennec foxes to rich families and exotic pet stores. It was traumatic being ripped away from her mother and brothers and sisters but the moment she saw the young girl in her bright blue dress, everything became ok.

The next two years were wonderful for Fen, thus christened by her new best friend, running, playing, chewing on stuff. She got all the food and had the softest bed and snuggles whenever she wanted. There were walks daily and crashing on the couch watching tv and life was good. Until it wasn’t.

The Kingstons were witches, their money came from Keiths’ law firm and Heathers online fashion magazine, as well as the trust fund they both had and one day their inheritance. Of course all this was lost on Fen, she only knew them as the people who sometimes stepped on her tail and yelled at her a lot. Their daughter and housekeeper/au pair were the only two people she cared about, because they gave her belly rubs and ear pets. That is until one day their daughter decided to try magic for herself. The girl was only ten and to this day Fen has no idea what she was thinking but she grabbed her mothers passed down book of spells and decided to try one… on Fen. This book was ancient, Fen could tell it smelled really old, it was given to Heather by her mother, and it went back at least five generations if not more. It was advanced magic, the kind that could go wrong very easily but the Kingstons daughter was, for the most part, unsupervised at home and so the most inconvenient thing happened for the already absentee parents.

She suddenly found herself a human. Not a fox, a human. Of course Keith and Heather were furious with their daughter and immediately tried to undo the spell. Unfortunately, it didn’t work. The next few months went by as a blur. Their daughter, who had started calling Fen sister, made sure Fen had clothes every day and taught her how to dress by herself, like a life sized doll. She’d brush her hair and help her eat and made her feel loved and comfortable. Without her sister, Fen wouldn’t have lasted long as a human. The au pair/housekeeper also helped, showing the new girl affection and understanding. Keith and Heather just continued to yell a lot and occasionally pulled her into a room to try a spell. Soon, Fen was walking and talking and dressing herself. Learning how to use the bathroom was a fun event but as much as her sister seemed to want to teach her she was excited to learn. It was like learning a new trick, she was always met with ‘you did good’ and ‘let’s get a snack’ (which she figured out meant treat) whenever she did good.

Eventually six months passed, then a year then two years. Keith and Heather were no closer to undoing the spell and every day Fen was learning new things from her sister. She was learning how to read and type and what the internet was and facebook and how to look things up on youtube. The only adult that paid her any mind tried to help with things like what foods to eat, humans don’t eat out of the garbage, a stove is hot, close the bathroom door when you pee, young girls need showers (which is a human bath) and things like that. It was time for her sister to go off to boarding school, St. Margaret’s, which hopefully would help her fine tune her witchy powers and not turn anything else human. They decided to drop Fen off as well. Not only would it get her out of their house, but if they told the administration what was going on, they might be able to fix the mistake and turn her back.

Of course, they’ve never asked Fen if she wants to be turned back.

Name Fen Kingston
Nickname None Yet
Actual Age 4
Apparent Age 15ish
Date of Birth Exact date unknown but celebrated July 8th, 2012
Race Fennec Fox stuck in human form.
Nationality Egyptian
Hometown Chicago, Il
Sexuality Heterosexual

Grade Standard
House Landon
Required Subjects English, Geography & Earth Sciences, Algebra, Physical Education
Electives Human Anatomy & Physiology, Home Economics, Creature Lore
Art Requirement Drama
Sports Requirement Swimming
Additional Extracurriculars None yet

Appearance
She stands about 8 inches tall and is about two feet long nose to tip, large ears… oh wait, that was the old Fen.

Fen has long dark hair and chocolate brown eyes that simultaneously echo an innocent curiosity of the world around her and a cleverness innate to her true self. She stands about 5’6″ and has a naturally thin frame. She typically wears things her ‘sister’ doesn’t wear anymore and don’t always fit her quite right, but they are nice brands. Her Keith and Heather always bought their daughter nice things and so as a byproduct Fen had nice things, just none really of her own.

At the start of school Keith and Heather bought her ‘sister’ a bunch of new outfits, a number of which she’d secretly picked out because they would look good on Fen. So thanks to her, Fen actually has some fitting clothes that look good and probably make her look a bit more stuck up or well off than she really was.

Typically she wears her hair down and doesn’t wear a lot of jewelry. She’s still learning about makeup, though her ‘sister’ has tried and even managed to do her up once or twice it’s still strange to have stuff on her face like that.

Personality
At first she was torn by instinct, confusion and fear. Over the past two years she has learned a lot of new thing and those things have started to form a personality about her. Regardless of how much she’s learned there are still some things she doesn’t know and she’ll not hesitate to ask. Around new people she’s kind of shy, but it doesn’t take long to get her to open up and once you do, look out. She’s a bit of a force. Once comfortable she’s very outgoing and loves to have a good time. Socializing has for the most part until recently been limited to just her ‘sister’ and she’s had to learn that ‘play’ for humans is different than ‘play’ for fennecs.

She’s very protective of her ‘sister’ and would be of any new people she’d call friend. She’s very curious, more than just normal human things she doesn’t know about yet, but about everything. So to say that she sticks her nose in things is accurate, humans don’t always communicate with words and their non-verbal communication is much different than a Fennecs, she still hasn’t quite grasped all the nuances. Sarcasm, lies, exaggerations, things like that tend to get by her; thus to call her gullible is an understatement. This also makes her very easy to read as she hasn’t really mastered being able to hide her emotions. Her heart is very much on her sleeve, along with her joy, sadness, anger, fear, etc.

Now when it comes to members of the opposite sex she really doesn’t know a lot. Beyond Keith, attending St. Margaret’s will be her first encounter with any human males. Hell the only Fennec males she ever knew were her liter mates. So to say she’s a bit naïve when it comes to romance and sex and… well anything having to do with how boys and girls are supposed to interact as humans, all she has is her natural instincts. And well the canine instincts are not quite acceptable in human interactions.

Oh, and she has very little to no understanding of money. The Kingstons are very well off, but Fen has no idea what that means. She never had anything of her own beyond the toys bought for her as a pet. Oh and the concept of a larger world is still new to her. She’s seen things on the internet but the connection that what she sees online really exists outside of her house and neighborhood (and now her school) is still a concept she’s trying to grasp.

Powers
None of her own, just the spell that sticks her as a human.

Special skills
Her special skills may not seem special to most people, but considering she’s only 4 years old, they’re quite extraordinary. Fen has learned to read, though it’s not yet at an advanced level. She can write, but again not all that advanced and thanks to her ‘sister’ she has learned to type more than write so her hand writing is atrocious. Some things she picked up thanks to two years of ‘helping’ with homework, so she picked up some match and science basics. A lot of things she ‘learned’ is more recitation from memory then actually understanding.

Other than that, she’s pretty clever and seems to pick up things quickly. Which has been very helpful.

History
When she was first brought into the large house of Keith and Heather Fen had barely weened from her mother. She was a present for their young daughter’s tenth birthday (it would be the same day they celebrated hers as well). The small fox had been born in Chicago to a breeder who sold Fennec foxes to rich families and exotic pet stores. It was traumatic being ripped away from her mother and brothers and sisters but the moment she saw the young girl in her bright blue dress, everything became ok.

The next two years were wonderful for Fen, thus christened by her new best friend, running, playing, chewing on stuff. She got all the food and had the softest bed and snuggles whenever she wanted. There were walks daily and crashing on the couch watching tv and life was good. Until it wasn’t.

The Kingstons were witches, their money came from Keiths’ law firm and Heathers online fashion magazine, as well as the trust fund they both had and one day their inheritance. Of course all this was lost on Fen, she only knew them as the people who sometimes stepped on her tail and yelled at her a lot. Their daughter and housekeeper/au pair were the only two people she cared about, because they gave her belly rubs and ear pets. That is until one day their daughter decided to try magic for herself. The girl was only ten and to this day Fen has no idea what she was thinking but she grabbed her mothers passed down book of spells and decided to try one… on Fen. This book was ancient, Fen could tell it smelled really old, it was given to Heather by her mother, and it went back at least five generations if not more. It was advanced magic, the kind that could go wrong very easily but the Kingstons daughter was, for the most part, unsupervised at home and so the most inconvenient thing happened for the already absentee parents.

She suddenly found herself a human. Not a fox, a human. Of course Keith and Heather were furious with their daughter and immediately tried to undo the spell. Unfortunately, it didn’t work. The next few months went by as a blur. Their daughter, who had started calling Fen sister, made sure Fen had clothes every day and taught her how to dress by herself, like a life sized doll. She’d brush her hair and help her eat and made her feel loved and comfortable. Without her sister, Fen wouldn’t have lasted long as a human. The au pair/housekeeper also helped, showing the new girl affection and understanding. Keith and Heather just continued to yell a lot and occasionally pulled her into a room to try a spell. Soon, Fen was walking and talking and dressing herself. Learning how to use the bathroom was a fun event but as much as her sister seemed to want to teach her she was excited to learn. It was like learning a new trick, she was always met with ‘you did good’ and ‘let’s get a snack’ (which she figured out meant treat) whenever she did good.

Eventually six months passed, then a year then two years. Keith and Heather were no closer to undoing the spell and every day Fen was learning new things from her sister. She was learning how to read and type and what the internet was and facebook and how to look things up on youtube. The only adult that paid her any mind tried to help with things like what foods to eat, humans don’t eat out of the garbage, a stove is hot, close the bathroom door when you pee, young girls need showers (which is a human bath) and things like that. It was time for her sister to go off to boarding school, St. Margaret’s, which hopefully would help her fine tune her witchy powers and not turn anything else human. They decided to drop Fen off as well. Not only would it get her out of their house, but if they told the administration what was going on, they might be able to fix the mistake and turn her back.

Of course, they’ve never asked Fen if she wants to be turned back.