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Full Name -- Gweniviere Franziska Nietzsche
Nickname -- Gwen, Gwennie, Gwennig
Birth Date -- January 6th, 1919
Age -- 97
Birth Place -- Dresden, Germany
Nationality -- German
Race -- Human
Hair Color -- white
Hair Style -- Short. Short on sides, longer on top.
Glasses or Contacts -- Neither
Eye Color -- golden yellow
Skin Tone -- White
Scars or Distinguishing Marks -- Scars litter her body. Notably multiple on throat and chest, right side of mouth, pulling it down slightly, ridge of left cheek bone, above right brow, two across her lips and underneath left eye.
Disabilities -- scar tissue insensitivity, decreased mobility in right hand
Height -- 6'3"
Weight -- close to 200 pounds
Build -- soldierly, working muscular build
Family and Childhood;
Mother -- Tilde C. Brecht (deceased)
Father -- Berndt Nietzsche (dec.)
Mother's Occupation -- homemaker
Father's Occupation -- WWI veteran. Banker
Birth Order -- Youngest
Brothers -- Dietrich, eldest (dec.)
Sisters -- Nadja, middle girl (dec.)
Other Close Family -- deceased
Best Friend -- Hildegarde Schultze (dec.)
Other Friends -- Friede, Dr. Felix Arndt, Laurent
Enemies -- Shahr-Zad Sahar +Too many to list
Pets -- Hermann, a large gray tomcat
Home Life During Childhood -- Sickly, delicate health like her mother, childhood asthma. Loving home, if strained for social/etc. reasons.
Town or City Name(s) -- Prefers to be considered a German.
Favorite Toy or Game -- As a child, she had a doll named Ludie (Ludmilla)
Schooling -- Schooling as a child before her enlistment, and then personal studies and education as needed through Hydra.
Health Problems -- Currently, no physical health problems.
Health Problems (Non-Physical) -- Anxiety, PTSD, depression symptoms
Religion and beliefs -- ex-Catholic
Bad Habits -- Functioning alcoholic, addicted to sex/physical pleasure.
Good Habits -- Optimism, a zealous need to help.
Fears -- Losing her memory, realizing she has wasted her life.
Phobias -- cleithrophobia
Secrets -- Has had to, on orders, kill children.
Regrets -- Many
Pet Peeves -- The arrogant and rude and extremely conservative.
Sexuality -- Pansexual
Day or Night Person -- Night
Introvert or Extrovert -- Introverted extrovert.
Optimist or Pessimist -- Pessimistic optimist.
Likes and Styles;
Music -- Whatever catches her interest, with special preference towards classical and old jazz.
Books -- Fiction/nonfiction. Mostly history/historical, or hatever catches her interest.
Foods -- Relatively simple foods, not a fan of excessive spice.
Drinks -- Tea, water, alcohol.
Animals -- Cats, horses, some dogs. Most things gentle, quiet and lap-sized.
Sports -- Swing/ballroom dancing
Favorite Saying -- Who the fuck do you think you are?
Colors -- likes pallettes of grays, blacks and whites accented with singular other colors. Or rich, dark browns and creams.
Home -- Dresden, before family moved to Berlin as a young adolescent.
Household furnishings -- Antiques and functional, simply comfortable couches, chairs and such. A few, large succulent plants. Many, many books on shelves or piled here and there in relative tidiness. Her large, wooden desk in the office.
Favorite Possession -- What family and personal photos she could save. Her brother's wartime diary from Vichy, France.
Children -- None
Relationship with Family -- She has outlived them. Was close to them all, save for her brother, who was rather distant.
Pets -- Tomcat named Hermann
Dream Career -- Stuck where she is, success thereof. Has worked so long as the same thing, cannot imagine herself elsewhere.
Love Life -- Sporadic. Many one-nighters. Reluctant to commit to a relationship, even if physical for fear of emotional attachment.
Hobbies -- Reading, Writing, Dancing, Sight-seeing, Driving
Guilty Pleasure --
Past Careers -- Intelligence agent
Past Lovers -- Shahr-Zad Sahar, Laurent, Laura Rivas, Florence Drake
Biggest Mistakes -- Trusting her superiors
Biggest Achievements -- Getting to see the world, and learning everything she has to form her world view.
Font & Color -- Times & bold
Role Play(s) --
Pictures -- One