William Turner III May 9, 2009 2:39:31 GMT -5
Post by William Turner on May 9, 2009 2:39:31 GMT -5
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<<William Turner III>>
<<William Turner III>>
FILM; Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007).
PERSONALITY; William’s personality is a combination of that of his parents. He’s learned social grace and charm from his mother, and knows to respect others…at least, when they deserve it. It’s also from her that he’s inherited a (usually) easy temperament. He’s usually calm and quite tolerant of things, but pushed far enough, he’ll take action (or at least, as much action as a ten year old can do). Also like his mother, William is quite clever, able to easily trick someone and easily get out of sticky situations.
From his father, William has a brave and adventurous spirit. He adores the idea of life on the sea, and longs to become a pirate when he becomes older. Having heard tales of piracy and the mysteries of the sea, it further perpetuates this dream. His mother doesn’t want him to follow the same path she and his father did, fearing he’ll meet a terrible fate like his father did. Despite this, William’s headstrong nature makes him willing to test his chances.
Aside from being adventurous and bold, he’s also quite friendly and kind. He doesn’t use his slyness to help him do bad things, and it takes a lot for him to lose his temper. William’s voice is soft and gentle, and he’s never really been known to raise it to anyone (even his parents). He likes to sing to pass the time, and has memorized many sea shanties and ballads of the sea. William is very close to his parents, and was utterly delighted when he got to see his father return from his duties as Captain of the Flying Dutchman.
• His parents.
• The sea.
• Tales about pirates.
• Pirate ships.
• His father’s duty as Captain of the Flying Dutchman.
• Having never had any friends besides his mother.
• Having lived totally isolated from the rest of the world.
• Things getting in his way to becoming a pirate.
HISTORY; William is the third generation of his family to have the name “William.” He’s the only son and child of Will Turner by Elizabeth Swann. He grew up alone with his mother on a small and deserted island, never having known anyone else but her. William never had any friends, only the birds and whatever imaginary ones he could come up with. His mother told him about his father at an early age – his father was forced to be the Captain of the Flying Dutchman, and would return in ten years time.
She also would tell him about her adventures with the infamous Jack Sparrow, and about his late grandfather, Weatherby Swann. William was fascinated with tales about cursed treasure, sea monsters, and magic. It made him long for a life on the sea, though whenever he brought up the idea to his mother, she would protest on the basis that she didn’t want the same fate to befall him as had to his father. But William was definitely his father’s son, and he was determined to become a pirate.
Ten years passed, and the time came for his father to return. William sang an old children’s song as he hurried to the shore to see his father return. His mother followed suit, joining his side. She pulled him close and smiled at him as they awaited the return of her husband and his father. In the distance, the Flying Dutchman came into view. William looked up in excitement at his mother, and she the same. The massive ship soon pulled in, and husband, wife, and son were reunited for the first time in ten years.
ROLE-PLAY; This was the first time William had ever been off the island he’d known his whole life. The prospect of a world with things waiting to be discovered delighted the boy, and he could hardly contain his excitement as he passed through the park’s gates. There was a smile on his face and a skip in his step. William would find himself in the middle of a rather wide street.
Unusual looking buildings lined both sides, and strange music played in the background. It was nothing like the sea shanties and the like he was use to. People whose clothing was as strange as the architecture crowded the street, obviously enjoying themselves. William certainly stuck out among them, with his ragged and dirty colonial clothing. The boy received a few stares as he walked by, but he didn’t notice them. His mind was too preoccupied with what he’d do first. It had to be something he could afford, for his family had little, if no, wealth to their name.
Even so, William thought it best if he just stick to things that cost nothing, like watching a show or riding a ride. He’d never heard of either of those things, but from the way they’d been talked of, they had to be worthwhile, right? The boy was doing so much daydreaming that he didn’t see that he bumped into someone. The impact caused him to spin around for a brief moment. ”I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to.” William said apologetically.
How did you find us?; It was an AD on Disney Unleashed several years ago.
Do you like it here so far?; Of course!
Anything else?; Nothing I can think of![/font]