Chae-Rin “Riley” Park

Phoenixdolls / Supiadoll
Head Sculpt:
White Rose head, blushed to match Supia NS body
Supia 65cm f
  • Face-up artist(s):
    Body blushing artist(s):
    Head purchased directly from Phoenixdolls
    Body purchased secondhand from DoA user A S H E R
    Reason for choice:
    Liu’s face is distinctive with an expression that communicates intelligence and resolve.
    The Supia 65 body is graceful with incredibly dynamic posing.
    Best Points:
    The attention to detail in the head sculpt is marvelous, as is the body.
    Worst Points:
    I had to sand away some resin overspill in her eyes when I received her, and her eye sockets seem very delicate and thin.
  • Eyes:
    Blueberry Style
    Favourite colours:
    Black, slate gray, forest green
    Fashion style(s):
    Casual goth
    Key fashion accessory:
    Beaded amazonite necklace
  • Name story:
    “Chae” translates to hue or color, and “Rin” roughly translates to unicorn. Her mother chose a special and unusual name in hopes that Riley would be equally special, and that wish has somewhat come to prophecy. Her American name, Riley, organically grew from her younger brother’s childhood nickname for her, “Riri.”
    Character age:
    Character gender:
    Cis woman
    Offsite roleplay:
    This doll's character is not available for offsite roleplay.
    Riley grew up in Pittsburgh with her family. Instead of choosing a more sonorous musical instrument to occupy her time as a child, Riley loved to bang on drums. And so she did, with great skill and excessive dynamics, all the way to Carnegie Mellon college.

    Her descent into the Occult Underground began when her father brought his work home with him. Officer Park of Zone 3’s police department came home one night gushing about an unusual case: when he had gone to investigate a disturbance at Grandview Overlook, one of the suspects had jumped off the overlook to avoid being caught. And instead of falling to injury, she flew like Superman down the incline. No one believed him until Iggy, Riley’s younger brother, unwittingly brought the same girl home and introduced her as his math tutor.

    After much shouting, pointing fingers, and levitating in the living room (in the girl’s case) the Park family learned that her name was Jennifer, she went to college with Iggy, she could fly for reasons she didn’t quite understand, it was probably best to keep it a secret, and Iggy was failing geometry (again).

    Officer Park, however, was hooked into the weird and wonderful world of police cases that couldn’t be explained on paper. In his search for more information on flying ladies, he happened across an informal network of cops and retired officers that stretched across America. All of them had witnessed or heard of cases that didn’t really fit on a police report without slamming you with a mandatory psych eval. Iggy took an interest in such cases as well, though his angle was to travel to the sites of local ones and poke them with a stick. Thus Riley was roped into many an adventure to supervise Iggy on his ill-advised investigations.

    As it happened, the two of them were following a lead out to the abandoned town of Centralia, where sightings of small, strange creatures occurred. Instead of small, strange creatures, they found a certain indie band with a part-time hobby of delving into occult nonsense. They’d gotten to the creatures first, which were annoying little constructs made of magick, spite, and scrap metal called Lonesome Lunchboxes. The origin of Lonesome Lunchboxes was unknown, but they appeared to be some sort of lobster-like robot that only had one prime directive: chew scrap metal to create more Lunchboxes. The band’s prime directive was to curb the exponential growth function of the Lunchboxes by smashing them to bits, though they neglected to notice one Lunchbox that escaped to their parked van. Said Lunchbox chewed through the transmission, munched the undercarriage, and ate a single windshield wiper for good measure before the cabal noticed.

    Riley had to escort the band back to cell service and civilization in her tiny Subaru, and in the meantime Iggy was busy making friends. The band stuck around her home for a good couple of months and didn’t seem to be keen on leaving until they’d successfully recruited Riley as their drummer.

    They had the good graces to wait until Riley graduated from school in the spring, and indoctrinated Iggy into their road crew in the meantime. Despite having no magickal abilities or occult powers, Riley signed on with the band to keep an eye on her brother. She also had something valuable that was arguably just as powerful as magick: common sense.


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