>As we know, Cedar Wood’s social skills aren’t…exactly …welll…she is Cedar.
>Some people would argue this may be the case because of her “always tell the truth curse,” but perhaps it wasn’t.
>As we know, Cedar wasn’t brought into this world like most of the Ever After High children, but instead she was created by her father/grand-father, it does stand to reason the body size that we have seen Cedar with today, she has always had it. Meaning, when Raven was five, Cedar still had her 15 year old body for 5 years (assuming everyone is around the same age,)
>The problem here, unlike her body, Her mind wasn’t lucky enough to be that of a teenager. she was still an infant at heart, needing to grow up and learn just like any other child…after all, her story is one of becoming an adult. one of her first scariest moments of her life was standing up for the first time, imagine the shock of that sudden elevation for a child that couldn’t be held like a normal baby.
>Now take those two things into account.
>Her body was much too large in order for her to play with the other kids her age.
>Her mind too young to hang out with the other teenagers.
>The only place Cedar could properly grow up was in her home, being around her father and grand-father…the only real friends would be the dolls and toys that they would create for her to play with. With her child state of mind, she would often practice on these figurines, for the day when she would meet real and true children face-to-face…this might explain why she sometimes comes off as “wooden.”
>Then of course, the eventful day. Around the end of middle school would probably be when her mind would catch up to her body. Imagine a seventh grader seemingly much more scared for her first day of real life school than any kindergartner; her father trying to comfort her as much as he can.
>The Cedar takes her first steps into the real world.
>>78692057 she enrolled into ever after high it's so weird, I always thought she was younger than most adults, but older than the girls, >something like in her late teens/early adulthood, maybe something between 18 and 21 the way she's drawn is very distinctive from the other girls >her face is thinner, red lips, smaller eyes yet not really 'adult'-like there's also the way she acts and sounds and the fact that she's a student and pins after Alistair it doesn't sit right with me
>the other girls are supposed to be somewhere between 14-16 right?
Enjoy it while it lasts, Courtly's return is gonna make that a love triangle and those always suck.
Wasn't wild about the yearbook playing back up the Apple-Raven rivalry after they'd more or less settled all their differences, but I guess it was more emphasizing they're still very different people even though they're friends now.
Everything is planned out to perfection to try and be the best possible date. Extremely well-done, but somewhat rigid. Likely to get a little upset at first if something goes wrong unexpectedly, but will roll with it once she’s had a little time and try to make the best of it. Just wants everything to go well in the end.
No plan, no confidence, not sure what to do or say. Will probably find her feet about halfway through and then it’s a fun, spontaneous evening, but before then she’s going to be a ball of nerves.
The most high-energy tea party imaginable. Good fun if you can keep up, but she’s not going to check herself if you can’t.
Stands you up and then ambushes you when you get home.
Kind and considerate, but distant. Is likely going to spend most of the evening agonizing about trying to broach the “I’m half-werewolf” subject.
Not shy at all, extremely affectionate, but going to get bored really really easily if you’re not doing something exciting.
Means well, but nothing you can do here is going to be good enough. Not even breaking and entering together.
Haughty and hard to impress, but secretly over the moon someone’s paying her this kind of attention and has no idea how to be grateful for it. Not likely to consider how the evening went for you as long as she had a good time.
Get ready for a lot of shoe-shopping. And being harassed by Hunter all night.
Has a lot of great date ideas, but unfortunately she is likely only going out with you to vent about Dexter and will try to set you up with someone else once you’re out and she’s gotten it off her chest.
You vaguely remember it was a nice time, but you don’t remember anything you said or did. You just know you woke up in your underwear somewhere you didn’t recognize and you have mouse tattoos now.
Rescues you from peril and is generally great fun to be around. Count on Dexter and Daring ruining the evening later.
She’s an evil cheerleader. Probably as high-energy as Briar but couldn’t give less of a fuck if you’re having fun too.
Sorry, she’s washing her hair tonight. Every night. For the rest of the school year.
Strikes me as more of a cuddling on the couch and doing something relaxing together type than a dating type. Don’t get clingy, she’s probably not interested in anything exclusive.
She probably doesn’t want to date, and you should probably respect that, but if she DOES change her mind she’s a fun girl. Ideal date is probably somewhere between a 15-minute croquet match and an all-evening game of Calvinball.
Strikes me as a go-with-the-flow type, no particular quirks besides telling you exactly what she thinks about the date and what’s going on if you ask. Still, she’s nice and will want both of you to have a good time. Don’t smoke or play pool around her, nothing good will come of it.
Coming over her place to cook. This will be the most delicious meal you’ve ever had, but exercise caution otherwise you might gain ten pounds before she’s even kissed you goodnight and sent you on your way.
You’re on your own here. Maybe you wake up with a clown’s hand in your pants as she teases you in that pleasant accent, maybe you wake up the following morning with no memory of what happened but the knowledge you have made a terrible mistake and your self-respect is gone, never to return. Are you sure you’re down to clown, anon? Are you sure you’re gonna pull on that thread?
Bad things happen for a reason. Sometimes the reason is you’re stupid and make bad decisions. This is one of those times.
It's got more of a story and character development than Monster High, so that might help you get into it. I find it the more enjoyable of the two series, although the puns in both are about the same groan-worthy tier. The books are where a fair bit of the neat stuff is, although later on there's some nice stuff in the web series, too.
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