Abigail "Abby" Pauper is the oldest daughter, and second oldest child of the Pauper from the 1881 novel, The Prince and the Pauper. Abby is a Rebel.
Abigail is a blunt, cynical, and sharp-tongued girl that resorts to using rough speech if thoroughly annoyed enough, and can be described as "spacey" when daydreaming while being a girl with spirit. Abigail is sharp-witted and surprisingly creative, although she seems to have bad luck when coming to practicing her art and tries to avoid authority figures that catch her in the act of defacing property. She is rarely afraid of anything, and is rather interested in ghost stories, horror films, and urban legends; Although Abigail suffers from Brontophobia (a fear of thunder), which terrifies her to a certain point although she will not admit to this phobia and will deny it. She also seems to be very stubborn and strong-willed, and does not fall under to stress or pressure so easily. Abigail is shown to be mature at times, and is very friendly with young children and creatures of all manner while being a naturally playful person.
Abigail has messy, short dark brown hair that's easy to manage while it covers the right side of her face, and sparkling lime-green eyes, a button nose that scrunches up easily when she's annoyed, and has a fair complexion that isn't too tanned, along with sharp facial features; notably in her cheekbones. Abigail has pierced ears, stands in at 5'6, and has a small curved build.
Story: The Prince and the Pauper
A synopsis can be found here.
How Does Abigail Fit Into It?
Abigail wears a white shirt with a light blue dolphin wearing shades and putting a flipper to its lips, covered by an open black coat with light blue patterns on the back and sides, with the sleeves slightly tucked up, along with a wristband on her right wrist. Abigail wears dark red shorts over black ripped tight leggings and dark purple boots with grey fur on the opening of the boots.