NAME: Evelyn Scarlett Levesque NICKNAMES: Evie, Eve, Blondie AGE: 113 DATE OF BIRTH: August 20, 1904
MARITAL STATUS: Divorced/Widowed/Single/Etc SEXUALITY: Pansexual PAST RELATIONSHIPS (IN GAME): Jacqueline Andrada, Michael Lakatos
OCCUPATION: Business owner (currently: Cauldron) HOMETOWN: Detroit, Michigan CURRENT RESIDENCE: Seattle, Washington PARENTS: William & Lillian Levesque (both deceased) SIBLINGS: Helen Levesque (deceased), Jack Levesque (vampire) OFFSPRING: Daisy Levesque (deceased)
NAME: Lindsey AGE: 29 CONTACT: dropbox or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) STYLE: third person, story book, past tense. TIME ZONE: est
got a long list of ex-lovers, they'll tell you I'm insane.
LIKES: Shopping, parties, noir film, witches, romance & dating, WEDDINGS, outdoor concerts, Hollywood, eyeliner that could cut a man DISLIKES: Brutes, the mid-west, the quiet, being alone, being upstaged, sitting still
ESFJ - THE CONSULIn high school, Consuls are the cheerleaders and the quarterbacks, setting the tone, taking the spotlight and leading their teams forward to victory and fame. Later in life, Consuls continue to enjoy supporting their friends and loved ones, organizing social gatherings and doing their best to make sure everyone is happy...
Evelyn Levesque was born in Michigan in 1904. Her father, William, was an engineer and designer for Chrysler in Michigan, which meant that he started making money quickly at the turn of the century. This made the relationship with his in-laws go much smoother; prior to his sudden rise in wealth, William had a difficult time winning the Jacksons over. They never understood their daughter’s decision to marry him, since the wealthy family from South Carolina had other plans in mind for her. Regardless, Lillian ended up being very happy with her husband, and as the automotive industry started to boom, she knew that he would be able to amply provide for her and their three children; Helen, Jack and Evie.
As the baby in the family, Evie was spoiled. Anything she wanted, she got, and her maternal grandparents in particular were exceptionally fond of her. Her parents fawned over her, her older brother provided her with adoration; the only person who never seemed to care much about Evie one way or another was her older sister Helen. As the girls aged, Evie became somewhat obsessed with gaining Helen’s approval. She wanted to go everywhere Helen went, wanted to do everything Helen did, and was often found tearing apart the older girl’s closet in an attempt to wear her clothes, shoes and makeup. Since she was used to getting her way, when Helen shut her down, she became prone to quite dramatic temper tantrums. The Levesques almost always let it slide.
Both Helen and Jack were sent to New York City to live with their maternal aunt and her husband—who were childless—and to attend private school in the city. Helen thrived. She excelled at school and was referred to by everyone who knew her as quite a lady. Nobody ever doubted that great things were ahead for Helen. Jack’s experience was a little different. He thrived, to be sure, but in a much different way than Helen. Simply put: Jack Levesque was pure trouble. Expensive, lavish parties, an abundance of alcohol and girls in trouble; these were the things that Jack left in his wake. His family was constantly throwing money at bad situations to keep them under wraps. While William wanted him to come home to learn some responsibility, Lillian’s family claimed that it was just a boy being a boy—he’d grow out of it eventually. When it came time for Evie to join them, William didn’t want her to go. He was worried that her closeness with Jack over Helen would lead her down a similar path. Evie, however, was determined. There was no way she’d be left behind in Michigan. So, when she was thirteen, Evie was sent to New York City.
Like most people predicted, it was just more trouble. Evie immediately fell into the crowd of uptown socialites who spent massive amounts of money on the regular and were almost always attending a party or a speakeasy in Manhattan. When she was seventeen, she fell deeply in love with one of her friends and ended up pregnant. Her family, uncertain of what to do, ended up sending her to South Carolina for the duration of her pregnancy. When her daughter, Daisy, was born, she was given to Evie’s childless aunt and uncle still living in New York City. Her parents requested that she come home, but Evie refused—she went back to New York when after finishing school in South Carolina and took up with her old circle. Her old lover had already moved on, and never once inquired to the whereabouts of her daughter.
By this time, Helen was married to a rich banker and Jack was in university, drinking and partying his nights and days away while somehow managing to pass his classes—whether through natural smarts or his charm. At his twenty-fourth birthday, he threw a massive party in their aunt and uncle’s penthouse. It was the sight of all types of debauchery and enjoyment that would cause most respectable parents to faint in shock at what their dear children were up to. During the festivities, a fortune teller who had been hired for the event read Evie’s fortune and said that if she continued down this path, she would die young. Evie had her thrown out and continued to enjoy the party.
A few mutual friends between her and Jack began inviting them to a different type of party shortly after that. They started attending parties at a speakeasy in lower Manhattan which catered, secretly, to a very specific type of client: vampires. Vampires paid for the bootlegged alcohol and patrons returned the favour for letting the vampires feed off their blood. It was here that Evie and Jack met the man who would eventually become their sire.
They visited the speakeasy many times and struck up a friendship with this vampire, Rafael. Neither Jack nor Evie had a truly good sense of the type of danger they were walking into, and their new vampire "friend" became very fond of the siblings for their fair looks, and most importantly, their access to money. After one party, he followed them back home and turned the two of them in their family's penthouse. A new world had suddenly been open to Evie: eternity. She intended to make the most of it.
Although Evie and Jack left New York with their sire, they took plenty of money with them. The lifestyle of excess and decadence didn't stop, and the trio had a long run of the high life even as the world fell into economic depression. While Jack and Evie were carefree and often careless, the one difference for Evie was her daughter. On her own, from time to time, she'd travel south to check in on the girl as she grew, or sent money when she thought of it, to make sure that Daisy was well-looked after. She was glad to be a part of Daisy's life, even from afar. Sadly, Daisy died at seventeen when killed in a motor accident, putting an abrupt end to her short life. For the better part of the following year, Evie was inconsolable, and the only person who gave her any true comfort was her brother.
Other than this traumatic event, the two Levesque siblings had everything they had ever presumably wanted in life: an eternity to be young and to do whatever they pleased. It was during the 30s, however, that they began to recognize the more macabre aspects of Rafael's personality. He derived a great deal of pleasure from being cruel to victims. Murdering prey was not just done for the need to feed--he enjoyed enacting a great deal of pain and suffering upon men and women. Although Evie could often be careless with the lives of others, she was never quite malicious about it, and she began to grow horrified of her sire as she realized just how deeply twisted he was becoming. While the trio lived in Los Angeles, this became especially problematic, as Rafael began to murder figures with a level of notoriety, especially with actresses and figures involved in the Hollywood movie studio scene. Evie and Jack, tightly bound to Rafael's orbit, witnessed and even experienced some of their sire's most deranged fantasies.
Both were called in by the vampire authority in Los Angeles. They were informed they had two options: take care of Rafael, or go down with the ship. They wisely chose the former. It took the two of them to finally bring him down and nearly cost both Levesque siblings their afterlives. After murdering their sire, they spread news that Rafael had disappeared and told no one what had happened in their Hollywood home. They went back to their lives. The future suddenly seemed a little bit brighter.
Evie began a steady string of marriages and relationships which kept her in designer clothes and mingling (and eating) with the rich, famous and powerful. Her favourite city was always Hollywood, where people always catered to her vanity. Through her marriages and just plain good business sense, she inherited several different ventures over the years and made herself even wealthier than she had ever dreamed.
In the past few years Evie settled down in Seattle where she started a business with a friend-sometimes-lover, a young witch with a pension for potions. Evie is registered as a vampire in order to keep her business interests running smoothly and so that she can own them publicly rather than having to find mortal men and women to front them. Evie is still very close with her brother, though the things they witnessed, participated in and had done against them while Rafael's sanity spun out of control are things they never dare mention aloud.