Born 3 years, 4 months ago
Color: Wild MouseBuffs:
House: Olde Foxbury House (163/187)
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Birthday: July 1
Likes: balloons, origami, parties, poetry, stamps
Dislikes: arguments, fire, shouting
Piffisum is a bright and happy-go-lucky mouse, he loves parties and balloons. He loves his friend Eina and likes to party with her. Although, he doesn’t want to party all the time, sometimes he would like to just sit down and read or write poetry and look through his stamp collection. Piffisum also likes to read books about adventure and action, although he wouldn’t want to live those stories. Occasionally he also likes to fold origami. It’s easy to get him excited if you're talking about anything he likes. Contrary to how he should feel because of his past, he has an optimistic outlook on life. But, because of his past, he hates arguments and the loud shouting that comes with said arguments. He also doesn't like fire; he doesn't like how the sparks can jump out and scorch his fur. Remembering his past makes him slightly depressed, but when he sees Eina, he brightens up. He is sometimes shy and insecure around new people, and, if Eina is there, he will stay very close to her. Once you get to know him, he invites you to his parties and recommends the books, or poems, that he has read. He’s loving towards all his friends and like to give them some of the origami he makes. Piffisum is also kind of clumsy, he doesn’t trip over his paws all the time, but he does stumble from time to time.
Piffisum came from a very normal home, in which his parents fought often, and he would sit and listen from his room, wondering when they would stop shouting. He knew that it was about the situation with money, as his father had no longer had a job, and his mother working more hours than there were in the day, but with no siblings to turn to, he felt rather alone in his situation. He was completely unaware that, although it was usual for couples to argue from time to time, his had fought every day consecutively until the dreaded day finally came.
His parents had divorced, and although he shared custody with both parents, spending some days with one and some with another, he felt abandoned and alone. His usual happy go-lucky personality had run dry, and he had become almost a mirror image of who he was. A recluse, a loner, he had trust and abandonment issues.
That is, until he met Eina, a seemingly unlikely pairing of friendship, but one that had blossomed into something beautiful. They did everything together, enjoyed throwing parties, and would stay at Eina’s house when Piffisum didn’t want to stay at his own. Slowly but surely he was nursed back to normal with Eina’s help, until he was his usual happy, excitable self again.