Julie Rivera

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Quick Stats

Name: Julie Rivera
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Age: 22 (Feb 11)
Height: 6'1 (Lithe)
Hair: Strawberry Blonde
Eyes: Light Blue
Blood Type: A Negative
Residence Location: Cedar Creek
Occupation Location: Cedar Creek

Occupation: Referee
Vehicle: 1999 Nissan Pathfinder

Psychic Stats

Age Abilities Appeared:
Eye Color: N/A
First Ability: None
Second Ability: None
Third Ability: None

Power Description

Vampire Stats

Age Turned:
Eye Color: N/A
Level: N/A
First Ability: None
Second Ability: None
Animal Form: N/A
Group: N/A
Rank: None
Role: None

Power Description

Were Stats

Age Turned: 19
Eye Color: Silver
Sex: Female
Species: Wolf
Level: Common
Group: Red River Pack
Rank: None
Role: None

Animal Description
Iberian wolf (Canis lupus signatus)

Stands 3'4'' tall at the withers, weighs 162 lbs, 7'4'' long including tail.

Lithe and willowy in physique, Julie’s animal form lacks much in the way of bulk compared to other wolves. True to her Iberian lineage, her pelt also exhibits rich shades of cinnamon and cream with a smattering of gray markings.


Having what many would consider a natural beauty, Julie is the sort of woman who spends precious little effort making herself presentable once she gets out of bed. She doesn’t see the appeal in things like makeup and rarely ever trifles with them. In keeping with her minimalist approach, Julie’s fashion sense is rather pragmatic, the only criteria she has being comfort and practicality. However, Julie still enjoys dressing up and showing off every now and then.


  • Confident.
  • Devoted.
  • Practical.
  • Quiet.
  • Reserved.
  • Stubborn.
Julie values her individuality above all else. Although she isn’t the most sociable person, Julie enjoys the company of friends and those she trusts, finding herself fiercely protective of her own. Also fond of a good challenge, she feels confident in her ability to accomplish whatever task she puts her mind to.


  • The younger of two daughters, Julie was born in Madrid, Spain like her sister, Belén. Their mother was all Spanish, whereas their father was of Spanish-American descent, having arrived in Spain to pursue his heritage and career opportunities as a photographer. At their mother and her family’s behest, however, the girls were raised Spanish and resided in Madrid throughout their formative years.
  • Julie, being the younger of the two by six years, spent most of her childhood idolizing her sister, as younger siblings so often did, following in Belén’s footsteps well into adolescence. She also proved quite protective of Belén, such as whenever other children tried to bully them in school.
  • As they grew older, Julie soon overtook her sister in height, counting herself among the tallest in the family. Julie’s height, as well as her thin frame, made her an even greater target for being picked on by others her age, but she seldom accepted such harassment without a fight.
  • Unlike her sister, whom many regarded as an exemplary student, Julie struggled in school, easily frustrated whenever teachers criticized her for not being as successful as Belén. Although Belén herself was sympathetic to Julie’s troubles and tried to help, their parents were hardly so understanding.
  • While Julie eventually graduated school with middling academic performance, she refused to further her education beyond that point, much to her parents’ chagrin. During the summer of Julie’s graduation, Belén also suddenly distanced herself from Julie and the rest of their family, her only explanation being how intensive her studies to become a doctor had become.
  • Too stubborn to accept Belén’s estrangement, Julie consistently reached out to her sister, only to be gently turned down each time. Then, as if to distance herself even further, Belén secured the means to complete her studies in the United States, leaving Julie behind.
  • Heartbroken and resentful, Julie worked a plethora of dead-end jobs whilst still living with her parents, enduring their snide disapproval before she finally snapped. A terrible argument broke out between Julie and her parents, and the ordeal ended with Julie leaving home. Out of desperation, she spent her savings on an airplane ticket to stay with her sister in Mountainside, Colorado.
  • Julie’s arrival, however, did not receive as warm of a welcome as she had hoped for. Belén, having received rather distressing calls from both Julie and their parents, was furious with her little sister for her impulsiveness. In the midst of their own heated argument, Belén was unable to stop herself from shifting in Julie’s company, which left her but one choice.
  • Sustaining a scratch from her sister, Julie watched in horror as Belén became less human with each step before she fled into the night. The following day, Belén found her sister and explained with eyes full of tears the fate that awaited Julie.
  • Julie’s transition to become a werewolf struck a devastating blow to the sisters’ relationship, and the callousness of Belén’s pack didn't make matters any easier. Staying with them for a time, Julie was indifferent to her sister’s apologies until the two decided to return home together. Upon their arrival and the awkward reunion that ensued, the sisters parted ways; Belén joined a humanitarian aid group while Julie began her trek through Europe.
  • For well over a year, Julie traveled across much of western Europe, hoping to find herself and come to terms with what she was. When Julie stopped in Amsterdam, news reached her of a new leader among the Red River wolves in Mountainside. With few other prospects, she spent what money she had on a flight to America.


Face Claim: Gracie Van Gastel

  • Speaks questionable English at the best of times.
  • Prone to expressing herself in Spanish when English proves too bothersome.

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