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IGN(In Game Name): MazerBlade

What Language are you applying for?: French.

How did your character learn the language? (100+ Characters): My character is half Korean and half French. She was born just on the outskirts of Paris, France, mostly known as the countryside. Aging to around 1 years old, the young one started babbling nonsense and shouting random French words that her parents said throughout the years of aging. Soon to be put into a daycare Mazikeen became a very talkative and friendly child, making friends with the other babies quite quickly. This caused her to pick up French quicker than most kids, starting with small words, building onto larger words, being able to ask for things much easier at the age of 3. Turning 5 was a big step for Mazikeen. She was able to ask the teacher questions and became one of the most talkative children at the campus. Leading through her kindergarten years quite smoothly, Mazikeen had less trouble learning the alphabet and how to add and subtract than the other kids. Her teachers considered her gifted and put her into the more advanced classes, bumping her into 1st grade early. Going into her teenage years she started developing a deeper understanding of things, beginning to study up more and becoming excellent in listening to her teachers and fellow peers. Mazikeen’s speaking abilities became mature and proper, but she never left the part of herself that was friendly toward others. Reading through textbooks and having a constant supply of books, her mother would lend her textbooks and such to help her with her journey. However, Mazikeen’s parents were quite ambitious so they decided to move to Seoul, Korea. Making Mazikeen attend a much harder school, as well as them getting better jobs, so as her parents insisted, Mazikeen agreed, starting her journey in a new school in Seoul, Korea.

How does this benefit your character's roleplay?: Knowing multiple languages icly can benefit you in an endless amount of situations. You can use them to make new friends, in general can just enrich roleplay experiences. For example: in a tense situation with a large group of people, it could be useful to quietly whisper to your friend in French that you’d want to leave. The whispering already adds a sense of secrecy however for another hint of anonymity, by speaking French it’s unlikely the rest of the group will know what you’ve just said. French is one of the most important languages to me, as it’s an integral part of my character’s backstory. Not only is knowing multiple languages expanding your roleplay experience, but it’s also expanding the other person/people's experience, thus being beneficial to both parties.

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