Name : Aleysha Clemente Age : 15 Appearance : 5'4'', short black hair and dark brown eyes. Brown skin. Tattoo of her sister's name on her shoulder. (Zoe) Bio : Was born in Puerto Rico. Lived in a small estate with her father and younger sister. Her father said that their mother had run away to sea shortly after the birth of Zoe. He suspected that she was dead. The estate was burned down when she was 9 and her father was killed, leaving Aleysha and Zoe on the streets. They made through for a few years by stealing and working in shops. When Aleysha was 14, Zoe was kidnapped and she never saw her again. (As for the setting : late 1600's - think Pirates of the Caribbean) -- Aleysha pulled her hat closer to her face and tried to look inconspicuous while sitting on a wooden box. The dock was heavily crowded in the evening and she barely knew anyone in this town - but hiding was her second nature. She hid and lied for no reason. Cuba Cuba held the answers - whatever her father had said about her mother being dead was a complete lie. Most of the people in the area would gossip about how mother had run away with a gang of hooligans in the dark of the night, setting sail to the north of their small seaside village. And she had a good chance of finding Zoe as well - those kidnappers had taken her to the sea. There was no doubt about it. No matter that an year had passed - Aleysha still believed that Zoe was out there, fighting for her life. Zoe was a fighter though in a much more understated way. "Hey, lassie," came a voice from above. Aleysha looked up. Standing in front of her was one of the dock men, Gabriel. He squinted down at her. "We need the box. Mind getting up?" Aleysha nodded and got up. She hesitated and then started speaking."Gabriel, anyone looking for a crew?" Gabriel was one of the few dock men who knew about the pirating going around the dock area. Hiding loot, recruiting crew - all that was underground business. He looked at her, his expression somewhere between amused and puzzled. "Yeah. O'Malley's looking for a bunch of people. He's setting sail around two am, so you wanna be in his good books before that. And, yeah, there's going to be a test, obviously. "