Quotation1 Hell yeah unicorns are awesome, they’re majestic and dangerous. They’re just awesome all together. Quotation2
Tenley talking about Unicorns

Tenley Cordelia Ahmadi-Rosewood is the next sister in the Rose-Tree. While she is incredibly reluctant, and also terrified, by her destiny to come, she is willing to do it for her family's well-being.



On the surface level, Tenley appears incredibly closed off and reserved. She's the type of person to never really want to speak unless she is spoken to first. Plus, she usually isn’t very sociable in the first place, sometimes making up excuses to avoid situations in which she may not know someone, or just be uncomfortable in general. Basically, she doesn't excel in opening up to people quite that easily, even if that opening up just includes a simple "hello."

Once she is with someone she knows by more than just a name, she tends to open up a little more. Her words become more sarcastic and playful the more she grows to know someone. She is incredibly honest with her feelings and her advice when she shares them. Tenley is the kind of person to talk about what someone needs to hear, instead of what they want to hear.

She can also be very compassionate towards others. Tenley picks up on emotional cues very easily, and will do anything for a friend who might feel a little down about something.

Tenley attaches easily onto people once she knows them. For people she's known longer than just a few weeks, she will cling onto them very easily. Tenley always longs for closer attachment to people, but her idea of attachment can get a little twisted up by things she has experienced in her lifetime before.

She is also very stubborn when it comes to her beliefs and other matters that concern her. Sometimes this isn't a bad thing, as she stands up for injustice when she hears it. But, usually, this brash nature tends to get her in trouble more often than not. Tenley can very easily pick a fight with her words, and usually someone ends with some sort of detention slip by the end of the discussion (spoilers; it's Tenley most of the time.)


Tenley is a small teenager, standing at a height of about 5'3", or 162 cm. Her body is somewhat slim. Her chest is considerably flat, but Tenley doesn't really mind, as she feels more androgynous that way.

Despite her habits to stay inside for most of her free time, her skin is usually some form of a light tan. The colour tends to differ depending on the season, but usually it stays the same overall shade, or differs by only a little bit in hues. Another notable feature about her is the vast amounts of freckles she has almost covering her entire body. Her face, arms, and stomach are the most notable areas where they are. Her cheeks and neck are also covered in a handful of small sunspots.

Her hair is considerably curly and wavy, but it's not very noticeable due to the current length. Tenley generally tends to keep it at the same length as it is now, which is at about the nape of her neck. Her natural hair colour is a very dark brown, but she has it tinted a dark red colour. Her eyes are also a deep kind of green, showing small flecks of brown all across her irises.

Fairy tale – The Rose-TreeEdit

How the Story Goes Edit

There was once upon a time a good man who had two children: a girl by a first wife, and a boy by the second. The girl was as white as milk, and her lips were like cherries. Her hair was like golden silk, and it hung to the ground. Her brother loved her dearly, but her wicked stepmother hated her. “Child,” said the stepmother one day, “go to the grocer’s shop and buy me a pound of candles.” She gave her the money; and the little girl went, bought the candles, and started on her return. There was a stile to cross. She put down the candles whilst she got over the stile. Up came a dog and ran off with the candles.

She went back to the grocer’s, and she got a second bunch. She came to the stile, set down the candles, and proceeded to climb over. Up came the dog and ran off with the candles.

She went again to the grocer’s, and she got a third bunch; and just the same happened. Then she came to her stepmother crying, for she had spent all the money and had lost three bunches of candles.

The stepmother was angry, but she pretended not to mind the loss. She said to the child: “Come, lay your head on my lap that I may comb your hair.” So the little one laid her head in the woman’s lap, who proceeded to comb the yellow silken hair. And when she combed the hair fell over her knees, and rolled right down to the ground.

Then the stepmother hated her more for the beauty of her hair; so she said to her, “I cannot part your hair on my knee, fetch a billet of wood.” So she fetched it. Then said the stepmother, “I cannot part your hair with a comb, fetch me an axe.” So she fetched it.

“Now,” said the wicked woman, “lay your head down on the billet whilst I part your hair.”

Well! she laid down her little golden head without fear; and whist! down came the axe, and it was off. So the mother wiped the axe and laughed.

Then she took the heart and liver of the little girl, and she stewed them and brought them into the house for supper. The husband tasted them and shook his head. He said they tasted very strangely. She gave some to the little boy, but he would not eat. She tried to force him, but he refused, and ran out into the garden, and took up his little sister, and put her in a box, and buried the box under a rose-tree; and every day he went to the tree and wept, till his tears ran down on the box.

One day the rose-tree flowered. It was spring, and there among the flowers was a white bird; and it sang, and sang, and sang like an angel out of heaven. Away it flew, and it went to a cobbler’s shop, and perched itself on a tree hard by; and thus it sang,

  “My wicked mother slew me,
  My dear father ate me,
  My little brother whom I love
  Sits below, and I sing above
    Stick, stock, stone dead.”

“Sing again that beautiful song,” asked the shoemaker. “If you will first give me those little red shoes you are making.” The cobbler gave the shoes, and the bird sang the song; then flew to a tree in front of a watchmaker’s, and sang:

  “My wicked mother slew me,
  My dear father ate me,
  My little brother whom I love
  Sits below, and I sing above
    Stick, stock, stone dead.”

“Oh, the beautiful song! sing it again, sweet bird,” asked the watchmaker. “If you will give me first that gold watch and chain in your hand.” The jeweller gave the watch and chain. The bird took it in one foot, the shoes in the other, and, after having repeated the song, flew away to where three millers were picking a millstone. The bird perched on a tree and sang:

  “My wicked mother slew me,
  My dear father ate me,
  My little brother whom I love
  Sits below, and I sing above

Then one of the men put down his tool and looked up from his work,


Then the second miller’s man laid aside his tool and looked up,


Then the third miller’s man laid down his tool and looked up,


Then all three cried out with one voice: “Oh, what a beautiful song! Sing it, sweet bird, again.” “If you will put the millstone round my neck,” said the bird. The men did what the bird wanted and away to the tree it flew with the millstone round its neck, the red shoes in one foot, and the gold watch and chain in the other. It sang the song and then flew home. It rattled the millstone against the eaves of the house, and the stepmother said: “It thunders.” Then the little boy ran out to see the thunder, and down dropped the red shoes at his feet. It rattled the millstone against the eaves of the house once more, and the stepmother said again: “It thunders.” Then the father ran out and down fell the chain about his neck.

In ran father and son, laughing and saying, “See, what fine things the thunder has brought us!” Then the bird rattled the millstone against the eaves of the house a third time; and the stepmother said: “It thunders again, perhaps the thunder has brought something for me,” and she ran out; but the moment she stepped outside the door, down fell the millstone on her head; and so she died.

How does Tenley come into it?Edit

To put it simply, Tenley will be taking on the role of the girl which gets butchered by her stepmother. While she is absolutely frightened by what is to come from her destiny, she will take one for the team and play her role.


Family Edit

Tenley's family is considerably small, including her extended family on her mother's side. Her relationships with all of her family are close, and she is especially comfortable with the way things are running in the Rosewood family right now.

Suzanne Rosewood Edit

When she was young, Tenley's mother was around all the time. She remembers being very close with her mother as she grew up in the countryside with her family. However, when Tenley turned 11, her parents suddenly got a divorce, and Tenley's father, John, recieved full custody of both Tenley and her sister, Cass. Following the divorce, her mother seemed to disappear off the face of the earth. Tenley hasn't heard from her since, and her mother has seemingly made no effort to make contact with any of her family, either. Since then, Tenley has grown to hate her mother and what she did. Tenley feels like her mother ended her childhood far too soon, and that her mother abandoned their family for personal betterment of herself.

John Ahmadi Edit

Following the events of the divorce when she was 11, Tenley was only left with her sister and her father. Predictably, she clung onto both of them easily and looked to them for support. Her father is incredibly caring towards both her and her sister. He has always been incredibly close with his children, but after what happened the family of now three closer and more tight knit than it ever was. Tenley thinks the world of her father, and believes he deserves all the happiness in the world for the way he tries to keep the family from crumbling.

Friends Edit

Due to the similar natures of their stories, the Rosewoods have been friends with the Junipers for a very long time. Tenley has become best friends with both Avian and Icarus Juniper in her own ways. Her relationships with both are full of dry jokes and a whole lot of incredibly stupid dares.


  • Tenley was born on June 22nd, making her a Cancer.
  • Her birthday also sometimes falls on the first day of summer, aka the summer solstice.
  • Tenley identifies as pansexual and panromantic, as well as agender.
  • Her full name is Tenley Ahmadi-Rosewood. The name Rosewood comes from her mother, but her family took it on due to her connection to the story. Tenley still responds to both last names, though.


  • blah blah unicorns blah blah roses



Tenley's's Outfits

Basic Edit


Tenley legacy day

Legacy Day Edit

Tenley's legacy day dress is based upon regency style gowns, with stitching of two rows of a pattern of roses and leaves near the bottom of the dress. Near the upper stomach, it starts a gradient into pink from the white near the bottom of the dress. There is also a red ribbon tied around the area right below her chest. Her shoulders are draped in a cape of white feathers, which is a nod to the fact she transforms into some sort of white bird (likely a dove) in her story. Set right around her shoulders is a garland of red roses. On top of her head, she also has roses of this same colour arranged into a flower crown. As for shoes, she has a pair of boots which reach about her knee. These boots are also adorned on both sides of it, right above the buttons that fasten the boots in place, with roses. She also has a thick, black choker with a ceramic rose pendant hanging from it around her neck.




  • i'll add something to this later shh

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