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Technical Sergeant (TSgt) Nadine Etaine (Eta) Romanakov, USAF





·         Character Sketch Template (Hints)(Strengths List)(Strengths details)(16P-Types)(16P-Theory)





Technical Sergeant (TSgt) Nadine Etaine (Eta) Romanakov, USAF

Nadine Etaine (Eta) Romanakov


Chester was born on 01/01/1986, which makes him 29 years old as of 12/04/15.

Ash is 47 in the year 2015. His Date of Birth: 07/31/1968

Eta is 35 in 2015. Her date of birth, 12/06/1980. He father is proud that she was born on the anniversary of the day Ireland became a free nation. At 10 years old, in 1990, her father is frightened by the escalating violence, which reminds him of the Kingsmill Massacre. He takes his family to the USA to start over.

Letterkenny, Donegal County, Ireland



Irish History:

Northern Ireland (Protestant and part of UK)
Ireland (Republic of Ireland - Catholic, independent from UK)
12/06/1921 - Singed the Treaty between Great Britain and Ireland.
Fianna Fáil - Dominate political party in 1932 onwards
1937, Referendum for new Constitution was signed making Ireland an independent country, northern ireland stayed with the United Kingdom.
Ongoing violence to unite Ireland as one country from the late 1960's through the late 1990's, ending with a  cease fire in 1998.
1976, 5 January - Kingsmill massacre: ten Protestant men are killed in County Armagh, Northern Ireland, by members of the Provisional Irish Republican Army using the cover name "South Armagh Republican Action Force", after loyalists shot dead six Catholic civilians in South Armagh the previous day.




Overview: Traits, Strengths, SDI, Type, Gifts, Talents, Skills

I. Physical Description
a. Hair
i. the color
ii. the style it is normally kept in
iii. any striking features about it
b. Eyes
i. their color
ii. glasses or no glasses?
iii. any striking features about them
c. Height/Weight
i. Height
ii. Weight
iii. body type
d. Style of Dress
i. clothing style
ii. particular colors
iii. regular outfits
e. Speech
i. a particular accent
ii. certain words or phrases the person might say
f.  How Character Feels About Physical Appearance
i. brief sentence or two about the character’s feelings about their appearance written from character’s view
ii. ways the character appears to be working on their appearance
II. Personality
a. Mannerisms
i. certain little thing the character likes to do, like tearing up napkins while waiting for food at a restaurant
ii. another certain little thing the character likes to do
b. Bad Habits
i. Bad Habit 1
ii. Bad Habit 2
c. Strengths/Weaknesses
i. Strengths
ii. Weaknesses
III. Likes/Dislikes
a. Likes
i. Like 1
ii. Like 2
b. Dislikes
i. Dislike
ii. Dislike 2
IV. Family
a. Parents
i. Mom
ii. Dad
b. Siblings
i. sibling 1
ii. sibling 2
c. Extended Family
i. extended family member 1
ii. extended family member 2
V. Hobbies
a. Hobby 1
i. details about hobby
ii. character’s feelings about hobby
b. Hobby 2
i. details about hobby
ii. character’s feelings about hobby
VI. History
a. Childhood
i. Event
ii. Event
iii. character’s feelings about childhood
b. Teen Years
i. Event
ii. Event
iii. character’s feelings about teen years
c. Young Adulthood
i. Event
ii. Event
iii. character’s feelings about young adulthood
d. Just Before the Story Begins
i. Event
ii. Event
iii. character’s feelings about events
VII. Conflicts
a. Inner Conflicts
b. Outer Conflicts




·         Character Sketch Template (Hints)


Hello my name is Amy Truthfinder, and I’m here with xxxxxxxx from the xxxxxxx series, to find out more about him/her and get a little behind the scenes information.


In the way of introductions:

Xxxxxxx is a Primary/Supporting character in the book xxxxx. He has chosen to side with the (Good/Bad/ Neither, he remains neutral, is unware of the sides).

Xxxxxx was born on xx/xx/xx, which makes him xxxx years old as of xx/xx/xx.

He/She has the following distinct physical characteristics; xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.



Personality and Motivations:

Tell me, what is your 16P Type, what are you top five Strengths finders results, and what one-three words best describes you?

What do you do with

time when you are not working?

What are the things you enjoy most in life?

What things just bug you to no end?

If every job, task, and activity in the world paid the same (and it was more than enough to have everything you wanted) what would you do?

If you could sit down and chat with person who is alive today, who would it be? What about anyone not alive today? What about a non-real person? What about someone from your story world?


Training and background

Tell me about your schooling. What high school did you go to? Where did you go to college? What activities did you participate in? Sororities / Fraternities? Were you  in any other groups? Did you work through school, loans, scholarships, rich family?

Tell me about your major. How many degrees do you have? In what? Why that and not something else?

What was your first job? How many jobs have you had? What was your favorite job? Least favorite job? What do you do now?

Do you hold any licenses, specialties, etc.?

If you could switch jobs today what would you do? (Real and Imagined)



Family history

What are your parents name? Do you know your grandparents? Do you have an siblings? Cousins, Aunts, Uncles, Other important relatives? Are you related to anyone famous?

What does your name mean, and why did you parents choose it?

Is there anything interesting or important or unusual we need to know about your family?


What was your relationship like with your Mother? Father? Others?


How is your relationship now?




Early Childhood through middle school

What experiences, growing up, marked your memory? In other words, what can you remember about your childhood, what stands out?

Who were your best friends?

Worst enemies, bullies?

What was your best day? Worst?



Here are some photos that remind me of you:












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