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|Name:||Emily Peters - OC|
is to have a little faith
|Name: Emily Peters
Played By: Sophia Bush
Weight: Rude to ask a woman’s weight. ;)
Build: Slender and a bit athletic
Distinguishing Features: A scar on her upper thigh from getting a piece of metal lodged there. She also has very distinct dimples.
Likes: Football (Bulldogs and Falcons), Baseball (Braves), hockey (fuck you, Thrasers), her friends, medicine, having fun.
Dislikes: Walkers, cheaters, war
Hobbies: Cooking and baking, going to sporting events, spending time with her family and friends.
Personality: Emily’s fun loving, and loyal to the people she cares about. She doesn’t need others to take care of her, but she likes having supportive people in her life. She’s intelligent, and does well in school. She has a lot of faith that things will always get better. And due to her time at war, she suffers from mild insomnia and anxiety.
|Emily was born to Bob and Patricia Peters in Charlotte, North Carolina. When she was six, her father was injured and left paralyzed from the waist down. With him needing at-home medical care, the family moved to Athens, Georgia to live with family. While there, Emily became quite close to her grans, and spent a lot of time with her in the kitchen, learning how to cook.
When Emily was in high school, it became obvious her parents wouldn’t be able to afford to send her to college so she enlisted in the Air Force, where she was trained to be a field nurse. She did two tours in the Middle East and earned the rank of Captain. Four years after joining, she was honorably discharged.
Shortly after returning home, she started the University of Georgia, where she decided she wanted to be a doctor. During her third year, the virus broke out, causing the dead to reanimate. She left campus with her friends, and headed toward Atlanta. However, they didn’t make it and she soon found herself alone.
AU version: Emily has just graduated from the University of Georgia and will be attending the university’s medical school in the fall.