Emma's appearance is exceedingly average; average height, average weight, average...everything.
Emma was born May 31, 1992 to her parents, Andrew and Susan. Her parents divorced when she was very young, and she grew up with her father just outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She never saw her mother after the divorce. Throughout her childhood, Emma's father often struggled to make ends meet; there were times when the electricity was cut off, or there was little food in the house. Gifts were either bought secondhand, or weren't given at all.
When she was 18, Emma enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania on scholarship and worked part-time at a local restaurant. After a year of working at the restaurant, she was quietly let go. Emma eventually graduated with her BS in Finance with a minor in Accounting.
Following her graduation, Emma began working with a local financial advising institution. When her coworkers began to comment on her extravagant purchases, Emma quietly handed in her resignation. Since then, she works as a freelance financial consultant, although she has been looking into the possibility of something more...exciting.
At first, Emma comes off as a quiet but sweet young woman; nice, but overall forgettable. Once you get to know her, however, her cleverness truly begins to shine as well as a wicked sense of humor. She does have a habit of being overconfident, and she has a weakness for the finer things in life.
Her dream is to own a private villa somewhere in the Mediterranean.
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Emma's greatest asset is her unassuming nature and complete average-ness. She's also good with numbers and navigating her way through loopholes.
~E. M. Bezzle
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I'm at Comic Con this weekend and there has been no Carmen art, merch, or cosplayers that I've been able to find. I suppose it's on-brand to be hard to find, but I had hoped to pick up some swag with the recent upsurge in popularity.))
No merch means either nobody picked it up at the licensing convention or it’s not yet open to third party licensing. On the up side, the cartoon series has won an emmy (juried) for background painting.