14th Vhalar, 701
Self, in New Haven
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The naming convention of New Haven is peculiar.
Children are named for qualities their parents wish them to have. Often times, those individuals adopt some definition of their name into their personality in some way, shape, or form.
The world is made better that Kind has taken her namesake to heart.
Kind lived a modest life, and her parents were not names of great respect within New Haven. They worked, but neither as hard as they could have. New Haven, since its founding, has grown to be a successful town, and the sign of their success can be seen by way of it allowing its citizens to take breaks from their work.
In recent generations, however, some individuals have taken advantage of this system, and become reliant on the fruits of others labors.
This is the environment Kind was born into.
Kind, like any other child born into New Haven, has a prophecy attached to them upon birth, a concept tied to their future that they are forever expected to live up to. A loose definition, but one that must be kept.
Kind knew this.
And Kind embraced it.
She chose, early, after meeting others of her age and meeting the other citizens of New Haven, after comparing their way of life with that of her parents', she made a judgement call.
She wasn't going to be her parents.
She was going to be a model citizen.
And so she was. She worked hard. She was generous with what little fruits of her labor that she earned, always valuing the safety and well-being of others over her own. She became what her name demanded she become.
And for that, she was rewarded with Reception.
Not yet a master, Kind attached herself with the oceans, and the waves. She loves her town, becoming independent at a much earlier age than most. She is a model citizen, but unfortunately, nothing more than that.