|Lapis Lazuli Gypsum|
Lapis Lazuli Gypsum (b. December 25, 1993) was a pureblooded witch and the oldest daughter of Gneiss Gypsum and Jiaria Irinas. She attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in 2005 and was sorted into the Ravenclaw house.
Lapis was quickly grafted into Stecks Almighty, and had been invited to join by Feer Seindi, who was her best friend at school. She made easy friends with everyone in her house, as well as those in the Stecks Almighty group, such as Marcus Belensei and Reini Grafi of Gryffindor, Rayph Zhiazray II, Jaybin Maburdan and Sayik Praygun of Slytherin and Candace Calfardy of Hufflepuff.
Being of noble blood and a very wealthy family, Lapis grew up in the grand town of North Petherton, Somerset. Lapis was born when her parents were still in school, and was raised by her grandparents for the first four years of her life. By the time her parents were ready to care for her, she had developed a strong relationship with her grandmother, Carina Black and strongly resisted their parenting.
Personality and TraitsEdit
Lapis was seen as a visionary, adventurer, constantly searching for the constructive use of freedom.
Lapis endowed with the wonderful characteristic of multi-talents and versatility. She could do so many things well. Her natural flare was constructive freedom, and in her drive to attain this freedom, she was the master of adaptability and change. Lapis was good at presenting ideas and knowing how to approach people to get what she wanted.
Lapis however, did express some negative attitudes, as was to be expected. Her restless and impatient attitude kept her from staying with any project for too long. Sometimes she was rather erratic and scattered herself and her energies. She had a hard time maintaining any sort of a routine. You tended to react strongly if she sensed that her freedom of speech or action was being impaired or restricted in any way. As clever as she was, she had a tendency to make the same mistakes over and over again because much of her responses were glib reaction rather that thoughtful application. She was in a continuous state of flux brought by constantly changing interests.