•Arrogant - Chase does make it seem as if the world revolves around him and him only. He'll make it more than obvious that he's only using you to get what he wants and it surprises him how many friend he's still got, despite how brute he is.•Impolite - He won't ask for something, he'll more than likely demand it. He doesn't bother using his manners (unless he's with his grandmother) nor will he care that he's offended you. You'll never hear this guy say he's sorry, because more than half the time - he isn't. If he were to actually feel remorse for an action he's committed, he'd much rather let the guilt eat him alive than admit he was wrong to do what he did.•Sarcastic - Beware of this weapon for it can cause great pain and immediate lack in response. Seriously though, Chase is extremely quick on his feet - some even compare him to a fox with his cleverness with his language. It's his greatest defense mechanism if anyone is saying something that hits too close to him or if he wishes for someone to back out of his bubble which usually consists of an entire room.•Intelligent - It comes to naturally to him. Unlike most of what others think, Chase isn't stupid and no, he doesn't fit into the usual jock persona (for the most part); his IQ is proudly classed amongst one of the highest throughout his grade and he makes sure that everyone knows that. Funny how people don't call him a nerd simply because he's got good looks and a talent for sports - otherwise that's what he'd be.•Oblivious - Sometimes, when he's mean, he doesn't even notice it; if you exclude the fact that it's become his nature to be rude to people around him, he just doesn't pick up on every cue people subconsciously give to him, be it physical or verbal. Maybe it's his lack of caring for other people or maybe he genuinely doesn't pick up some social cues, but Chase is oblivious.•Cowardly - This is a trait he rarely lets others see. On the contrary, he's pretty sure no one's seen him in this state. If you were to look carefully at Chase's past seventeen years of his life, you'd take in account that he never did anything unless his friends pushed him to do it. The boy succumbs to peer pressure much too quick and he's afraid of being rejected. He's afraid of not being good enough. He doesn't know how to not make other people shape him into the illusion they've given themselves of him. He'll do everything people ask of him, but he'd never in a million years do it himself, on his own account.
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