Character Sheet for Larisa Adelaide
Larisa is Viktoria's elder sister. She was already an adult living on her own when the rest of her family immigrated to the United States. While she would have liked to join them, her career contract prevented her from doing so. She is now a Starshiy Serzheant (Senior Sergeant) in the 3rd Guards Spetsnaz Brigade.
Despite being shorter than her "little" sister, Larisa has always been the tougher of the two. She has very little tolerance for nonsense, and will be the first to call someone out on their bullshit. Beneath the roughness and toughness of her exterior, she cares very deeply for her family, especially her nieces. She always melts like butter around them.
• Her family
• Her career (for the most part)
• Any time off she can get to visit her baby sister and her nieces
• The less-pleasant parts of her job
• Being so far from her family
• Being called away at the last second, cancelling plans
While her sister was collecting butterflies and braiding her friends' hair and doing other actifities befitting a little girl, Larisa was busy training with their grandfather, a retired KGB officer and a verteran of two wars, with whom she was very close. It only made sense when she chose to follow in his footsteps.
She is now one of her unit's most respected fighters, but still takes time out of her schedule to visit her family in the US when her job allows.
Nikolai Adelaide (grandfather)
Tatyana Adelaide (mother)
Vladimir Adelaide (father)
Viktoria Adelaide (sister)
Keiko Adelaie (sister-in-law)
Anastasiya Adelaide (niece)
Mai Adelaide (niece)
Like her sister, Larisa inherited their father's rich colours, with their mother's greys taking over during the colder months as her winter coat comes in. Unlike Viktoria, however, Larisa's winter coat is much more prevalent due to the colder climate in Tolyatti.
Being a member of one of the toughest special forces units in the world, Larisa's body is always in peak physical condition. She is deceptively strong for her height (5' 7"), and can run for several miles while carrying upwards of 100 pounds on her back.
Her uniform when on duty, comfort wear when not.