A mysteriously cheerful girl from the "North" too, specifically Canada. Pilot of Unit-06.


Character Sheet:
Introductory Mini-session log:
Session 4 Intro Log:


5’3.8 with green eyes, light freckles and pale blonde hair, Kelly’s a few months younger than most of the other pilots. Talkative, seemingly open, and occasionally downright chatty, Kelly’s quite likely to put up a cheerful front, and enjoys being around people in general. She’s as likely to just listen in silence as she is to start blabbering, though, and finds just being around others can be soothing.

Raised by foster parents in (relatively stable) post-Impact Canada, she’s about average height for her age group, with a somewhat light build, thanks to proper nutrition and being raised under essentially normal conditions. Thanks to school sports and an on-again, off-again tennis hobby, she’s reasonably fit.

Kelly’s hair is light blonde, mostly straight and up to lower neck length, can be bit messy and is usually held back by a hairband. She has a small nose, slightly angular facial features, and a scattering of freckles which tends to become more noticeable when she smiles.

She tends to dress in whites and greys, with a strange fondness for a certain increasingly battered navy-blue jacket. She’s also usually seen with a wooden bead bracelet on her wrist, except when the Eva tests demand she leaves it behind. Until she can get something else to wear, she’s in a eclectic mix of her old school uniform and whatever else she could grab while being “recruited”.

File 1:

Q: What about you is heroic?
A: “Heroic? I…um…I’m not sure. I like being around other people, a lot, and I like working with them to do things that’d be tricky alone. I guess…helping others? That’s heroic, right? Like in those old stories, where heroes worked together? Like Jason and the Argonauts? I’m not sure if it’s really the same, but that’s it…”

Q: What about you is social? What do you like about people?
A: “Oh! Well, I like being around other people, talking to them, talking with them, even just listening. It’s kind of fun to just listen sometimes. People talk. A lot. If you just listen, or start asking questions, they’ll tell you all sorts of things, even if they didn’t mean to. Then there’s stuff like tennis or karaoke-that’s fun too! People are just…they’re just so different, even when you’d think they’d be the same. And sometimes they’re a lot like each other and don’t even know it.”

Q: Of what benefit could you be to the current group?
A: “Well, I’m good at using the ‘AT field’ apparently, even though I’m not sure how it works. Everyone I ask tells me something different. I’m not sure what else, really…I wish I knew why it’s so important. They don’t seem to want to tell us anything. Do you know why?”

Q: Why would you choose to join the current group?

“Well, they don’t seem that bad. Most of them are pretty nice, really. A bit weird, yeah, but-wait, you’re not going to tell them I said that, are you? Please don’t tell them I said that. Okay. I’m not sure why I’m here, actually…All the others seem to know how to drive these Eva-machines, much better than I can. I kind of messed up in the test, a lot. But if they’re here in NERV, doing their part (Yusuf said it was a duty, but I’m not too sure about that) and I’m in danger if I go home, I guess the least I can do is be here with them too. At least they seem nice.”

Q: Invent an adventure/plot that your character would actively undertake (as opposed to just tagging along)?
A: “Okay! A trip back home to Montreal, if it’s safe- I kind of miss home, even if the apartment here’s bigger. Getting to know the others better, getting away from those men in the black suits and sunglasses (They don’t talk much and don’t seem to like it when we see them)…And something fun!”

Q: What is your real, birth name? What name do you use?
“Kelly, of course! And…Kelly? What, my last name? Well…Aunt Mara and Uncle Sam said it was okay if I used their last name, Fallow. So Kelly Fallow’s my real name, and it’s the one I use. Even if my pass says otherwise.”

Q: Do you have a nickname? What is it, and where did you get it?
A: “Nope, just ‘Kelly’. Why, is there something wrong with it?”

Q: What do you look like? (Include height, weight, hair, eyes, skin, apparent age, and distinguishing features)

Q: How do you dress most of the time?
“That’s a strange question. Is this because my clothes were left behind when you…Okay, well, whatever fits, and doesn’t look too weird? (laughs) ‘If the shoe fits’, right? I like blue and yellow, though.”

Q: How do you “dress up?”

Q: How do you “dress down?”

Q: What do you wear when you go to sleep?
“Um…do I really have to answer that one? Okay, sure. Pajamas mostly. Yeah, Canada’s a bit colder than it is here, and it’s awful when you wake up in the morning and it’s freezing. I guess winters here aren’t as bad, and I didn’t bring anything with me, so…Is that enough of an answer?”

Q: Do you wear any jewelry?
A: “Not really. I mean, there’s this (bracelet), but that doesn’t count, does it? Okay.”

Q: In your opinion, what is your best feature?

Q: What’s your real birth date?
A: “Oh! Five-fourteen PM, April 13, 2001.”

Q: Where do you live? Describe it: Is it messy, neat, avant-garde, sparse, etc.?

Q: Do you own a car? Describe it.
A: “No… and I can’t drive yet. I don’t think anyone in my class can either- I mean my old class, back home. I don’t know that much about things here yet. I really need to write back… Most cars in Quebec province are actually out in the country, away from the cities. Like cargo trucks and UN cars. We mostly just use the public transportation in Montreal- trams and stuff. I heard someone say it was cleaner and safer, not to mention cheaper. What’s it like here?”

Q: What is your most prized mundane possession? Why do you value it so much?
A: “Um… This (bracelet), I guess. The beads are made from redwood trees, from back before the Impact. Aunt Mara said it was…well, it’s pretty neat, isn’t it? With the patterns? And…it’s neat. Right?”

Q: What one word best describes you?
Q: What was your family like?
Q: Who was your father, and what was he like?
Q: Who was your mother, and what was she like?
Q: What was your parents marriage like? Were they married? Did they remain married?

Q: What were your siblings names? What were they like?
A: “I don’t have any siblings. I used to wish I had one-a little brother or sister. Somebody to talk to, you know? (shrugs) I guess it’s lucky that I didn’t, after all, because they’d probably be caught up in this too…”

Q: What’s the worst thing one of your siblings ever did to you? What’s the worst thing you’ve done to one of your siblings?
A: “Um…I don’t have siblings.”

Q: When’s the last time you saw any member of your family? Where are they now?
Q: Did you ever meet any other family members? Who were they? What did you think of them?

Q: What is your first memory?
A:“I don’t remember much. I don’t know where I am. It’s dark and it’s cold, and I know I’m alone. Something’s dripping nearby, and…that’s it. Can we talk about something else?”

Q: What was your favorite toy?
Q: What was your favorite game?
Q: Any non-family member adults stick out in your mind? Who were they, and how did you know them? Why do they stick out?
Q: Who was your best friend when you were growing up?
Q: What is your fondest, childhood memory?
Q: What is your worst childhood memory?
Q: How old were you when you went on your first date?
Q: It is common for one’s view of authority to develop in their adolescent years. What is your view of authority, and what event most affected it?
Q: What were you like in high school? What “clique” did you best fit in with?
Q: What were your high school goals?
Q: Who was your idol when you were growing up? Who did you first fantasize about in your life?
Q: What is your favorite memory from adolescence?
Q: What is your worst memory from adolescence?

File 2:

Hi Liz!

Not sure if they’ll let this letter go through but I’m going to write it anyway because it wouldn’t be right to just leave you hanging and because I have to tell someone before I go crazy. I’m in Israel now. Yes, Israel and inside (actually, probably underneath right now) Jerusalem and the Fortress City! I still can’t believe it. Things have been so strange lately, just happening one after another without stopping. It’s like being on that ride I told you about, all over again. You know the one I mean- that old roller coaster park deathtrap I got in trouble for, except this time there’s no safety bar, the seat belts don’t help and I can’t see where to get off. The big difference so far is that the NERV cars haven’t lost any pieces that I can see, but if Director Nick keeps driving us around, I’m not sure that’ll last. But things aren’t all bad- I met these people and they’re actually pretty nice, but I’ll tell you about that later. It’s definitely been weird though. I’ll write more soon and tell you all about what happened!

Your friend,

File Append:


NERV-Jerusalem Ugolino