FOREVER ONE TREE HILL: NEXT GENERATION ROLEPLAY
JOIN AS THE SON OF CLAY EVANS AND SARA EVANS
Bio negotiable to some extent
Logan Evans | Undecided | 20 | FC: Max Irons | Open
“Everyone has their plans and what they’re doing with their life. Me? I’ve got nothing. I don’t know where I’m going or what the hell I’m doing. I’m just here and it sucks.”
Logan Evans did not have a typical childhood. His first six years he spent with his grandparents after his mother died and his father had a mental breakdown and blocked him from his memories. After his father remembered him, his step mom adopted him and he moved in with his parents. Despite spending his first six years with his grandparents, Logan enjoyed being back with his dad. He thanked the Lord and whomever else he could that his dad was better and could take care of him. As he got older, Logan grew closer to his step mom. Quinn was his mother. Sara was his mother too, but in Logan’s eyes, he got the best of both worlds. A mother to watch over him and a mother to take care of him.
Popularity in high school was never a big thing for Logan. He was content spending his time doing whatever. Being friends with the jocks and the cheerleaders helped make him popular by association, something he never argued with, but never spent much time thinking about it. He went to his fair share of parties and dated his fair share of girls, but he never really connected with any of it. By the time senior year rolled, every one else had decided where their life was headed and Logan was stuck. He didn’t know what he wanted to do or where he wanted to go. And so he waited, hoping something would come to him. When it never did, he found himself panicking. What was he going to do?
Logan is still not sure what he wants to do. He loves his family and he’s close with them, but he’s jealous that they all have their plans and ideas and he still doesn’t know what he wants. He spends his days working odd end jobs and hanging around with the friends he still has in Tree Hill. He’s still hoping one day he’ll know what he wants to do.