I just want to say that the title "Cedar Home for Unwanted Children" is not meant to be offensive. I just suck at coming up with titles. Mr. and Mrs. Cedar came into a large sum of money about ten years ago, but they've always been the kind of people who want to give back. That being said, they invested all of their new found fortunes into building a very large house on a lake front in Michigan. It has everything a normal house would have, but they built it with the intention of filling it with foster children who just couldn't seem to catch a break in the system. They took in any child who just couldn't seem to get adopted due to their attitude, criminal record, or whatever other reason. There were two beds in each room and although there were a lot of children, the house is spacious enough that it doesn't feel over crowded. Although Mr. and Mrs. Cedar are around some of the time, they're often busy volunteering at their church. The children are trusted to follow the rules even when they aren't around those. Those rules being: 1) No guests are allowed to visit except on family day. (Which is every other Saturday) 2) No leaving the property except for school. (Although now it's summer so leaving is prohibited except on group outings) 3) Chores must be done before anything else. 4) No pets. 5) Lights out at 11. My idea is that all of the children are troubled in some way or another, and all of them being basically trapped together in the house can lead to a lot of mischief. Just let your imaginations go, but please keep it realistic. You can do a short character sheet like me so people can get a brief overview, but it's not required. Name: Grey Atkins Age: 17 Personality: Feisty, hot tempered, curious, and a feminist to say the least. She also loves to read and has a large collection of books in her room. She might just rip your throat out if you even think about touching them. Why she's here: She has been in foster care since she can remember, and although her struggle with depression was enough of a discouragement for some families, she didn't really have much trouble until her feisty and defensive attitude got her into several fights at school. After that she didn't last in a foster home for more than a month at a time. Luckily Mr. and Mrs. Cedar took her in when she was 15 and she's come to love them dearly. Grey sat in the living room, tapping her foot rhythmically as she read yet another book. Being one of the oldest kids here she was often expected to take care of the younger ones, but she just found them annoying and often ignored them.