DAY 1 - NIELSON, THE ARTS-N-CRAFTSMANCER
Nielson, the scourge of the third grade.
Once upon a time, Nielson was a good kid. Unlike most others his age, he enjoyed school and viewed it as a sort of challenge. While the other kids sat around with their fingers up their noses, Nielson dived head first into stacks of schoolwork with equal parts courage and determination. If you were standing in a classroom staring down a pack of flashcards, there would be no other kid you'd want by your side. But on that cold, rainy day, when recess was unexpectedly cancelled, Nielson transformed from a boy to a monster.
It was too wet to play outside, so the teacher broke out the art supplies for some indoor fun. Some kids doodled on paper, some folded airplanes. But Nielson? He found within himself the godlike power of creation. The ability to sculpt living, moving beings. Golems of paper and popsicle sticks. He was an architect, an artist. He was a musician and glue sticks and scotch tape were his instruments. But the sudden onset of his new-found abilities was too much for his small, immature mind to handle. Nielson became corrupted by power. Every day, the kids on the playground would cower in fear as Nielson hunted them down to rob them of their Pokemon cards and other valuables.
And if he found out your mother packed you a pudding cup in your lunch?
May God have mercy on you, because Nielson will not.
Strengths: Impeccable arts and crafts skills. Knows his way around a pair of safety scissors.
Weaknesses: Type-1 Diabetes
Welp, 29 to go.