Since they have to watch Taeyang at all times, they decided to trick Taeyang into joining all the same clubs as them with the motivation for him to surpass them in all fields. He fell for it.
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He has yet to tell anyone, but Gal’s culinary passion intrigued him so much that he’s been taking secret cooking lessons… From Gal’s grandmother. For reasons.
While he always had a mild interest in astronomy, Deandrae didn’t really dive into the subject until a year after his accident. He finds solace in the fact that he can lay back and stargaze whether he’s on land or floating in the sea.
If it were up to him, Finn would never hide the fact that he was a werewolf. Zander has to use his influence to keep him in check–otherwise, he’s a good team player.
While she doesn’t look it, Millicent is very athletic. She’s a member of the Blue Dreams and the Honey Bees–AOA’s volleyball and dance teams, respectively. Her dance styles include ballet, ballroom, acro, and contemporary.
He plays snare drum on the school marching band; he’s ranked second, behind Aslan Theron, the only male werelion in attendance. Cyril sees the senior as his mentor, and learns all he can from watching him.
Aerwyna has an unrequited crush on Pharom Grerora, a member of her clan who graduated from AOA the year before. He is dating and devoted to Laerdya.
She still has a MyStar (occult mix of MySpace and Facebook) floating around somewhere. She never figured out how to delete her account.
Elle has taken a mild interest in writing recently, and her friends dared her to join AOA’s poetry club. She has not made any other friends there, but she enjoys the atmosphere and continues to attend meetings. It’s the only club she’s joined since enrolling, other than the LGBTQIA+ Alliance.
While she’s disgusted by bugs, she’s not afraid of them like Arabela and Sofia. She’ll squash them any day.