Scarlett is the fifth of the Five and is the main protagonist in the fourth book Necropolis. Scarlett is half English and half Chinese and she lives in Dulwich. She bears a strong resemblance, and is described by some, as Lin Mo, the Chinese goddess of the sea. Scarlett's dad works for the Nightrise Corporation, at the end of Nightrise she leaves on a flight to Hong Kong. Scarlett's power is controlling the weather. Scarlett's power was at first thought to be predicting the weather but is proven that she could also control it when she summons a dragon typhoon to escape after she gets captured. Scarlett is described as being small, slim, and being part Chinese and part British. Scarlett is a popular girl at her school, but is known for acting before she thinks, like when she pushed a teacher (who couldn't swim) fully clothed into the school's swimming pool. Scarlett is shown as brave throughout Necropolis. At the end of Necropolis, Scarlett's shot by a someone who works for Nightrise. She is then paired with Richard when they go through the Doorway. She finally recovered in Giza and is still full of bravery and wit even after the head wound.
Personal Info Edit
Name: Scarlett Adams;
Past incarnation: Scar, Lin Mo (as called by the Triads);
Hair: Black, long and straight;
Build: Small, slim;
Country of birth: China;
Current location: Unknown. Last seen in Hong Kong, China.
Scarlett was born in China, but was adopted by an English couple after she was born and moved to the UK. She attends St Genevieve’s all girls school in Dulwich. Her parents divorced during her teens and was looked after by her housekeeper in Dulwich while her father was in Hong Kong and her mother in Australia.
Scarlett has the ability to predict as well as control the weather. It is said that 'she could destroy the entire world'.
- Scarlett has a role in the Chirstmas Play in St. Genevieve's.
- Her father calls her Scarly, while Aidan, her best friend, addresses her as Scarl.
- Scarlett is very emotional but is able to control herself well, never giving up hope.