Character name: Evan Rosier
Fandom: Harry Potter
Character powers: MAGIC.
1.) Is it acceptable for your character to be mind-controlled or persuaded? How susceptible are they to mind control, hypnotism, or suggestion?
Yes! He was not good at legilimency. Probably someone tried to teach it to him as a matter of Death Eating course, but he did not take to it. Feel free.
2.) Is it acceptable for your character to have their mind read? Does this include traumatic memories? What is their mind like (disturbing, orderly, joyful, surprisingly empty, etc.)? If the character has psychic walls or preventative measures against psychic interference, please explain.
Yes, go ahead! He doesn't really have traumatic memories, per se, in that they aren't traumatic to him but may be disturbing to the mind reader. He has killed and tortured a lot of people without feeling very badly about it. And his mind is kind of divided on a lot of things. He's one person playing at being another thing, and somewhere along the line he began to lose track of which was what he really felt and which was merely farce.
3.) Are thoughts mentioned in narration acceptable for a telepath to pick up?
Yes, go ahead!
4.) What about emotions, in the case of an empath? What sort of general emotional reading would such a character receive from yours?
Sure! He's not terribly emotional but it's still within the normal range of human emotion. He has some sociopathic tendencies, especially when it comes to being callous, but he's not totally without empathy.
5.) Are there any aspects of your character's mind, emotions, or memories you would like to be picked up, mentioned, or used in character? Conversely, is there anything that should not be noticed, or at least never mentioned?
Can't think of anything right now!
1.) Physically speaking, what stands out about your character? Imposing size? Physical scarring? Tattoos?
He is not imposing! Pretty average, kind of skinny, actually. He does have a Death Eater tattoomarkthingy on his left forearm, but that is almost always covered.
2.) Is your character immune to any of the following: poisons, chemical agents, telekinetic influence, radiation, or types of illnesses?
3.) Is your character physiologically different from a human in any way? This can include their blood, skin, hair, et cetera being made up of something unusual or simply differing in construction and durability.
Uh... not really? Apparently magic is or can be somewhat hereditary, but the degree to which it is, and the degree to which it matters, is seriously exaggerated by the pureblooded community.
4.) Are you amenable to having your character be harmed in any way? How far are you comfortable with injury to you character going? Does this include being fed on by vampires, willingly or unwillingly?
Please feel free!
5.) Is it acceptable for other characters with abilities of shapeshifting or disguise to imitate your character? Does this include ability mimicry?
1.) Can your character's presence or aura be noticed by other characters, and how would it look/feel to them? How would it manifest to a character with no supernatural abilities, if at all?
It is free to be noticed by characters sensitive to such things! I don't think non-sensitive people would pick up anything. As to how his presence/aura would look or feel, uh. I don't know. Probably not very distinctive or significant. He's a good dueler but he's not ~bursting with magic~ or anything.
2.) Can your character be affected by magic spells and curses?
3.) Can your character be affected by sin and corruption, and be tempted toward expressing their darker urges (of whatever flavor)?
Definitely! He leans in that direction a little anyway.
4. What sort of sins is the character prone toward, and how might they best be tempted, if you are interested in such an event?
Lust, sloth, envy, greed... heck, any of the big seven other than wrath, really. He's not especially angry.
5.) Are you amenable to the character receiving prophetic visions, including as part of a plot?
1.) Is canon-puncturing or fourth-walling acceptable? We encourage people to tread extremely lightly with allowing their character to learn they are fictional.
It's fine if you must.
2. Is threadjacking allowed? Under what circumstances?
Please feel free, any time.
3. Is it acceptable for canonmates that are updated further than yours to inform your character of events yours has not yet experienced?
4. Are there triggering or upsetting topics you would like other characters to avoid mentioning to yours for the sake of continued comfort (racist words, homophobia, self-injury, etc.)?
Can't think of anything.