Character Info Edit
Harley Emmerich is a German junior . She is generally very quiet, except for when the opportunity to talk about any of her idols or art arises. She likes studying patterns, in sound, and in visual, and architecture. Known to be quite mysterious, she isn't particularly involved with the goings-on at Millard High, and not many students know much about her. She like Criss Reed, Edy Ricardo, Jackson Elius, Kurt MacKenzie, and Vera Bowden, is a member of the massive post-punk band Killing Rhonda, in which she attempts to create innovate styles of making music as well as emulating other experimental styles.
- Birthday: September 22nd
- Ethnicity: German
- Body Type: Large
- Height: 5'7"
- Hair Color: Light Brown
- Eye Color: Blue
- Skin Tone: Fair
- Dominant Hand: Right
- Interests/Hobbies: Studying various topics, meditating, reading, viewing and creating art.
- Favorite Color: Dark violet.
- Favorite Musician/Band: John Cage, Teho Teardo, ANBB, Louis Armstrong, Diamanda Galás, Liberace, Sonic Youth
- Favorite Type of Music: Whatever he finds interesting.
- Favorite Food: Shrimp cocktail.
- Favorite TV Show: N/A
- Favorite Book: Most works by Edgar Allan Poe and Oscar Wilde.
- Favorite Movie: Dandy, Nosferatu, Halber Mensch.
- English: B
- Math: A
- History: A
- Science: B
- Computers: B
- Gym: B
- Art: A
- Music: A
- Cooking: A
- Drama: A
- Health: A
- Her three primary idols include John Cage, Kazuo Ohno, and Andy Warhol.
- Her surname is musician Blixa Bargeld's birth surname. She also bears a similar style of music to Bargeld.
- Her mother is known only by the name "Nera."
- Harley, after becoming comfortable and friendly with a person, is actually quite vulgar and outlandish in conversation, despite carrying a composed and quiet appearance.
- She dedicated his life to learning art and music, and is consequently a very talented multi-instrumentalist.
- She plays a variety of percussion, string, woodwind, horn, among many other types of instruments.
- Harley is very much a perfectionist when it comes to art. She refuses to call anything "complete" unless it is exactly how she feels it should be.