Circe de Rozen

Head Sculpt:
Dollfie Dream Mirai Standard Edition
Dollfie Dream III
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    Date of acquisition:
    December 11, 2015
    Best Points:
    Gorgeous posing, versatility (she looks completely adorable in every outfit), excellent body sculpting, and the cutest little moe kitty mouth known to mankind.
  • Eyes:
    Her default bright blue eyes from Volks
    Her wig collection is growing all time as Circe enjoys dyeing her hair quite frequently
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    Fashion style(s):
    It varies a lot. Give her a subgenre of anime fashion and she'll give you her own personalized runway.
  • Name story:
    Circe is named for the sorceress in Greek mythology as she's a powerful magician herself - albeit significantly less malicious ;)
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    Offsite roleplay:
    This doll's character is available for offsite roleplay.
    Circe barely had a childhood as a result of being raised in a small, devoutly religious town in a fantasy world that mirrors the 1800s, where she was ostracized for being both autistic and an albino. Alas, we all learn to fight back when we grow older and stronger, and Circe discovered she had a penchant for a rare kind of magic. She created a special place for people to go when they're feeling alone, bullied, sad, or scared. She designed it like we would design a modern-day RPG - people can choose what they look like in this realm, what their super-speshul powers are, anything to boost their confidence and express themselves. In this realm people can meet others who have also been bullied and outcasted, so they won't feel alone. She called this place "The Reality", not just as a witty reference to virtual reality, but because it's the one place where people like her can show their real personalities and interests without ever being judged.
    Circe was one of the first characters I ever made, probably when I was as young as nine. Back then her story served as an anti-bullying statement for my lonely little self, and now it maintains that sentiment on a more meta level. To the unnuanced, she is a cringey Mary Sue in all facets, but perhaps - just perhaps, as her story suggests - there isn't any shame in a bit of childlike wish-fulfillment and unapologetically embracing one's interests.
    I needed her message then, but I need it more than ever now.
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