Other Characters Played: N/A
Character Name: Rosemarie "Rose" Hathaway
Character Series: Vampire Academy;
1) Vampire Academy
3) Shadow Kissed
4) Blood Promise
5) Spirit Bound
6) Last Sacrifice
2) The Golden Lily
3) The Indigo Spell
Character Age: 19
Character Gender: Female
Canon Point: After Dimitri left to go to the research group at the end of Bloodlines.
Since Rose came from from a different canon point when she arrived in Entranceway, she went home and did what she needed to do. She would arrive at Tower of Animus after Dimitri left in Bloodlines. During the time from Last Sacrifice and Bloodlines, there is the issue of what she was doing. SInce Bloodlines is in Sydney Sage's perspective, it isn't documented about what Rose has done during that time.
I would assume that since Lissa is now Queen, Rose would be busy protecting her. She would be following Lissa around protecting her and suffering through listening to the classes she took. If there was any issues with her, Rose could be counted on to make sure that Lissa was safe and sound and she took care of any issues that arose. Basically in a nutshell, she would be protecting Lissa and shadowing her during the time of Bloodlines. When Dimitri left for California, she felt really sad. Regardless, Rose is strong and can handle simply texting him or calling.Former Game: Entranceway
Background Link: Rose Hathaway
Game Background: Rose came to Entranceway from the fourth book, "Blood Promise", right before she set out to kill Dimitri. She was just about to leave to go to Russia when she first came to Wonderland. Just like every other person that arrived there, she was pissed to be pulled away from her world to a fictional world that she saw as a kid.
There, she met a ton of people and has grown to absolutely hate Alice in Wonderland because of Eway. The only person that would probably be affected is probably Duzell from Vampire Game at the moment. Duzell was one of the only other vampires there and therefore she had more of a connection to him. He was a great friend to her.
It should be noted that she did have quite a crush on Sam from Supernatural and Sirius from Harry Potter, young version. She was a lot more serious about Sirius than she was with Sam. If there should be a Sam, she'll be iffy around him. If a Sirius were to come, you may want to hide him. She's still pissed and hurt that he chose Susan over her and there's quite a bit of secual tension. Although that may be the case, all of this had died down a bit due to the fact that she finally manages to become Dimitri's girlfriend at the end of Last Sacrifice.
She was at Eway for nearly two years and spent two birthdays there. Most of her friends had gone home by the end of her run. She'll be pissed to be dragged somewhere else again, so I must apologize to you all right now.
Entranceway had a lot of different events that constantly happened. There was plenty of events, but some of them were more memorable than others. There was an event where everyone became family one way or another. During that time, she had multiple 'parents' and siblings. The most important part to include is that she was 'married' to Sirius. Even though she liked him already, this event pushed her more towards him.
The World War II event was uncanny and weird for her to witness. The de-age event annoyed her. There was an event where nobody could leave the mansion and they could hear a child screaming bloody murder every now and then but could never find the child. That was pretty memorable since Rose was constantly trying to bust out of the mansion, throwing whatever she could. Sirius had to drag her to his room in order to keep her safe.
She spent a lot of her time thinking of different possibly theorys to get back home. From day one, she was dedicated to figuring out a way out of there. She even forced herself to study and research. She went as far as to try forming a group with the sole purpose to find a way out. They were going to figure out theories and test them. She even got to the point that she thought that everybody gave up trying. She was so frustraited that she seemed to be the only one who actually tried to get out.Personality: Rose is a very caring person. That can be hard to see most the time, though. With how she is and how she acts, it sort of gets hidden in the midst of everything else. She is pretty outgoing and has a lot of energy. More than she should be allowed to have. That's probably a good thing to have because she'll always be there for a friend and do what she can to help them. Unless.... you're Lissa and being used for a good distraction. To be fair, it was good for her to become the next queen.
Rose may have her moments in which people may think of her as unreliable; For good reason too. She tends to say or do things she shouldn't at the worst times possible. She acts before she thinks which tends to get her into trouble. No matter what she might do, one thing should be known. She is a damn good guardian. She's serious about her work and she's serious when it comes to protecting Lissa or any other Moroi for that most part. She's loyal to Lissa, but had she seen any other Moroi in danger, she'd protect them.
She has a certain kind of charm that comes with her personality. She tends do it without really trying; Or so Adrian Ivashkov had noted on multiple occasions. She may want to have a life of her own from time to time, but when it all comes down to it, she's ready to give her life for Lissa. She had multiple moments in canon in which she found she was jealous of how carefree Lissa could be and how she couldn't do that. If it's for Lissa she can deal with it, no matter how hard it might be. As long as she can save and protect those she cares for, she'd die for them.
The one thing that is clearly obvious though is how reckless she can be. Anything that is dangerous, you can count on Rose to have something to do with it. I'd like to use the term, dangerously reckless. Recklessness might be considered as maybe cheating on a test and getting caught. Being dangerously reckless is completely different and on a whole different level. Like... say... walking into a headquaters that's swarming with Strigoi. That's dangerously reckless. Most the time the bad ideas and schemes are Rose's ideas. Breaking Victor Dashkov out of one of the most secure prisons in the vampire society for answers wasn't the best idea of hers. He was the only one who could give an answer as to how to turn Dimitri back into a Dhampir. Especially since he ended up getting away in the end and ended up accidently killing him through range.
She's hot-headed and gets angry very easily. It's best not to push it. She's snarky and comes with tons of witty phrases to say. She's quick to be sarcastic and irritate people. In fact, she gets enjoyment out of pissing people off sometimes. Dimitri knows this very well. He's the one that got a lot of sarcasm and snark. That being said, she's very passonate about what she does and has an intense stubborn side. To the point that she won't back down to anything most of the time once her decision is made. You'd be better off trying to stop her by force than by logic.
Rose tends to get big headed at times and she can be arrogant. Most of that comes from her pride. She's a very prideful person and doesn't like to be called out or even be wrong. In fact, her personality becomes clear once you meet her father. They're very similiar and while most fathers would look down on having their children sent to prison, her father couldn't be prouder. Rose won't say anything though.
If there's anything that has affected her during her time in Entranceway, it's her fierceness to protect friends and a few other points. One of them being how much quicker her temper gets out of hand. She's gotten extremely tired and prone to get pissed of quickly due to so many events at Entranceway and just some of the other things that has happened while she was back at home. Just like the time when she tried to stop Mason, Christian, and Mia from Strigoi hunting, she'd do the same thing.
She's lost so many friends she met at Entranceway that she's grown much more protective of them. It was always due to Eway randomly sending them back home, but that's not what ate at her. What really ate at her was that she would make good friends and good allies, only to lose them a little while later. She felt like she was being cheated because everytime something good would happen, Eway would rip them away from her. Everytime she got closer to the truth and possibly finding a way out, Eway would stop her in her tracks. She had to constantly recouperate and try again.
Everytime she would begin to like somebody, they'd leave. Even if they came back, they came back without any memories of the place or the people they had met. She would have to endure pain and start from scratch again. Near the end of her stay, she began to get more and more pissed off at Wonderland. No matter what she did, she'd always be one step behind them. Her lead theory of how to get out of Eway was thrown out the window which caused her to have to rethink everything.
She hates studying, but her time at Eway forced her to be more studious. She was forced to study the event patterns, what would happen, how they were caused, and the pattern of who comes and who leaves. Those were a few of the things she researched along with possible ways to get out. She's become a lot more studious to find a way out. No matter how much she complained, no matter how much she hated it, she did it because that's the only way they were get out of there.Abilities: Rose is a Dhampir. Unlike Moroi who can’t be in the sun for too long and feed mostly on blood -- thanks to the courtesy of Feeders -- she is able to eat normal food and go out in the sun just like any other person. She does have some Moroi blood, but she fits in well with regular human society. She’s very strong and has staked multiple Strigoi. She had the ability at one point to tell when Strigoi were around, but since cutting her bond off with Lissa, she can no longer do so; That includes seeing Mason's ghost. Before cutting off the bond, she was able to look into Lissa's mind and sense whenever she was in danger no matter how far away they were. She no longer has the ability to do that either.
Since Rose is fairly strong in the physical aspect, she really doesn't have anything for magical ability. The closest thing to magical ability or even sensitivety is that due to being brought back from the dead once, she tends to linger in the middle of life and death in a sense. Her aura, according to Adrian, is darker and has a glint of gold in it.
Sample Entries: For the previous game, there are a variety of samples on her old journal because it was a journal based game. You can find them here.
Rose had followed Lissa around as her job demanded. She was a Dhampir, guardian to the lovely, last of her kind, Vasilisa Dragomir. It was astounding as to how she managed to make it as her guardian. It felt empty lately and it sort of bugged her. Before she would have been all for it, but things didn't work that way this time. Lissa had two official guardians. Rose was one of them naturally; the other one that was supposed to be with her was DImitri. It didn't matter now. DImitri was no longer with them. While he was alive and back to normal now, he was off in a completely different state.
With Jill in trouble, it couldn't be helped. She knew that if Eddie and even Sydney were there, Jill would be perfectly safe. The fact they had another dhampir there named Angela should help. She was sure that Adrian still hated her and she wasn't sure what good Adrian was there, but maybe it helped Jill get by with his presence. She knew Dimitri had to be there for the research, but she couldn't help but to miss him. They'd finally started to date and it made her happy. At least they could call sometimes. She knew he was busy.
Either way, she couldn't let her loneliness get in the way of her duties as Lissa's guardian. She'd gone too far to throw it all alway now. Dhampirs were ordered to guard Moroi and fight for them. It was as simple as that. Without being totally focused, Rose could risk Lissa's life; She never wanted that for Lissa. Without her bond it made things even more difficult, but this is what every other guardian dealt with. She watched in the back, leaning against the wall. She made sure to still be proper about her job. They had strict rules about how a guardian should act.
Personally, the dark clothing and the stiffness for staying in one spot and position for an hour or two really bugged her. She wanted nothing more than to break loose and run around the room. That was not accepted, no matter how much she wished it was right about now. She refrained from doing something that would make the others believe that she really didn't deserve to be Lissa's guardian. Damn straight she was going to make sure of that. She just did as she was required to do, no matter how much it annoyed her. It was for Lissa; She had to remember that. She had to do it for her. Lissa was her life now, literally.
Everything was put second or on hold in her own life compared to Lissa's busy lifestyle. Despite a few urges she got at times, this really didn't bother Rose too much. She couldn't help that she really wanted to rebel out at times. Rose was Rose. There was nothing that could be done about that. She glanced around at other guardians doing their duties. They were mostly guys, because girl guardians were rare these days. There was one other girl there, but she had short hair. She had the desire to feel her own, long dark brown hair. She had put it into a pony tail instead of cutting it like most female guardians did. Dimitri had always insisted that she just put her hair up rather than to cut it, even if it was more common to have short hair as a guardian.
She looked about the room, only hearing bits and pieces and a few selective things. As a guardian, she was to hear without actually hearing and see without actually seeing. It sounded confusing, but it wasn't when you thought of it. All that really meant was, you have to be observent to catch any trouble that goes on, but at the same time, you were not to let your eyes wander carelessly -- something Rose obviously had trouble with. You were to hear for purposes of a possible Strigoi attack, but not easedrop into the conversations in the room. That was especially hard for Rose because people were so close and talked so loud. It was almost impossible to tune them out. She glanced to Lissa, who seemed bored as she fiddled with her pencil. That made Rose feel a little better. She wouldn't have to worry about school anymore, thank god for that. She had a lot more things to worry about in place of school now; It was much more serious stuff.
She told herself that everything was at ease for the moment. The class went on for what it seemed like forever. She wanted to take a nap, but obviously that wasn't an optional thing. When class finally ended, Lissa walked over to her. Thank god that was her last class for the day.