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|Strengths:||Cute and kooky, great memory, very intelligent/perceptive, can read people very well (which includes body language and excellent gaydar), able to come up with a plan on the fly, often gives great advice, able to play many instruments, acceptance of others, will defend anyone she deems being picked on (and does NOT hold back whatsoever, regardless of who it is).|
|Weaknesses:||Has a split personality (who happens to be bitter, brooding, and snappy), can be too absorbed in what she's doing, can get get carried away when excited or being overly eccentric.|
Cornelia grew up as the child of a gay man and lesbian woman living a lie. Everything seemed normal to her, until both of her parents, unable to take it, started having a huge fight about a daughter they didn't want to have or cared about, unaware of Cornelia listening to every word behind the couch. Not understanding really what or why this was happening, she retreated far into her mind and in that moment, fabricated someone who would always appreciate her and never lie. Her name was Ella, and she was the constant reminder that people are not always what they seem. Over the years, the identity dissociation became less of a defense mechanism, and more of a reality. Ella was convinced that Cornelia had the voice of an angel. The only reason Cornelia sings is because it earns her the spiteful Ella's praise.
Cornelia decided that she was going to be honest to everyone, being only who she truly felt she was inside and chastised others who lied to themselves or others. A bit of an oddball, she wears and does what she likes, with a reasonable layer of logic keeping it together. Her style ranges from shabby sweater dresses and worn sandals to elaborate gothic lolita outfits. She always has the best interests of her friends at heart is a joy to have around when you get to know her, though when Ella takes over. Ella (when she is in control) is distinguished from Cornelia while singing by having a much more powerful voice and a strong vibrato.
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