Full Name: Charlotte Westwood
Goes By: Charlotte
From: (Assuming) Ohio, USA
She is the mother of Han and Lucy.
She has curly red hair.
She dressed as Arwen for Parents Night. She wore an Evenstar.
She is in the CIA.
The Westwoods decked their home theatre out to make it like a Bat-lair. Complete with woking batcar, costumes they can wear and gargoyles.
That awkward moment when you're furiously trying to beat your CIA admin mom and astronaut dad in a racing game where you guys actually sit in driver seats made to be like F1 race cars and you glance over and see that dad isn't really even TRYING as he passes you. Meanwhile mom complains that there's no "weaponry" option. ...I don't even know why Han and Luce try sometimes.
They have to make sure to input your biomatrix in, so you can go in. And then the house will talk to you. It's a smarthouse. Everything kind of runs by itself. There's a Japan-built talking kitchen bot on the counter that can give you recipes and stuff. The Westwoods are a little freaky in the sense that they have a tiny microchip under their skin so the house can tell which room they're in.
Then the house will set the lights, appliances and other settings of the room according to their personal preference. Now ALL THAT is just the house system. The house itself is a little out of sorts. I mean it's covered with geek stuff. ...and there's kind of a waterslide that comes from the bathroom that spirals out the house and into the pool. It's a rather big manor (I mentioned the Westwoods were well-to-do), and so depending on which room you're in, there's different stuff.
Like, toy collections go here, movie paraphernalia go there, animation and comic book library is there... They have an exercise room, because Mr. Westwood is an astronaut, he has to keep in shape. But the kids use it for lightsaber battles and such. There's also a little studio, but that's mostly for Lucy's convenience for cosplay photos. Oh, and the speed of the internet in that house is South Korean in levels.
And, naturally, each one of them have their own gadgets. They don't even have to raise their voices there, they can communicate through IM if say Mrs. Westwood wants to call the kids down to dinner. All of them are still working on how to make a house system that's like JARVIS. Oh! And the fun part of that house is that the only rooms that you will see at first glance is Mr. and Mrs. Westwood's home offices, and the normal house rooms.
Their bedrooms are hidden. You can only get to Han's bedroom through a secret passage behind a big bookcase. You can get into Lucy's bedroom through a panel behind a closet. The master's bedroom is behind a stone wall.