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Oliver Daunt
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Oliver Daunt is an African from Lacuna, a foreign world colonized by humanity. At the beginning of each year, which coincidentally is his birthday, they document the progress of all minors (citizens under the age of twenty one). His lanky body stood an inch shy of the sixth foot, not including his impressive head of hair. At the end of his final documentation, after being marked healthy, his brown eyes were altered to the sky blue indicative of his newfound adulthood.


Oliver is energetic, easily bored, and a show off. He's a fan of mysteries, puzzles, and adventures that typically send him into danger. The adrenaline junky is equally interested in both the answer and the method of solution. He does enjoy showing his intellect and wit, but he typically engages in mental challenges for the sake of learning and entertainment.

He is social, but usually a loner. He often goes on adventures in preferred solitude due to not wanting to have the responsibility of another. He is still a kid at heart and wants to roam the worlds and the space in between but, when forced with company, he tends to add a dramatic flare to his actions.

Oliver tends to run away from adulthood and the societal stigmas of Lacuna, choosing adventure over the stability of a home. As newfound adult, he feels entitled to his freedom of choice and the family ship that had been gathering dust in their garage. He idolizes the symbolic nature of the ship, which represents every thing he expects out of adulthood: freedom.

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