"Hey...watch it!" It was Eli's cue to enter the scene...
- Eli tries to be as careful as he could, especially when his parents always taught him to be wary of his surroundings and careful in general, but he always seems to forget that advice when he's trying to be a hero. (i.e. A Boy and His Lion Friend)
- Eli is able to get along with most people, but he can't tolerate bullies! He believes that putting others down is unreasonable and uncalled for! That, and he's always reminded of Uncle Hugo, so that's what motivates him the most to stop bullies.
- His parents always taught him, in his opinion, the best advice one could have in life. He respected them just as they respected him, and goes by their motto of life. He's not afraid to stand up against others, and stands firm with his beliefs, because he firmly believes that his parents are always right.
- Whenever he sees a parent and a child or a family walking down the street, Eli holds his breath for a few seconds. He still hasn't been able to really move on from his parents' deaths, and sometimes he has nightmares about the last time he saw them rushing out of their old home. What makes things worse is that as the older he gets, the less he remembers about them. (Particularly, their voices are beginning to fade from his dream at this point.) Since then, he had a fear that he would one day forget everyone and everything he cared for, and created a journal where he writes about the people he met and his daily activities. Eli grew an appreciation for the people he comes across with, for he was forced to mature for the sake of Edie and realized that he didn't want to be alone.
- He likes to lead, but doesn't mind following what others do. He hates indirect answers and prefers black and white over grey.
- He's quite oblivious when it comes to girls, and tends to not really think too much about them--not that he's thinking about guys either. He likes to make friends though!
- Eli likes keeping his hair neat...and perfect...
- Eli's favorite "subject" besides choir is physical education, because that's where he gets prepared for going against bullies and stuff!
- Eli was, in a way, a perfect child. He followed orders, never spoke out of hand, and sat still when his parents put him somewhere. He used to always follow without question, never doubting his parents. In fact, his father even made him a rule book as a guide of life! Eli loved it when his father told tales of the past, and looked up to him very much!
- Eli lost his parents to a car accident when he was seven years old! He loved his parents very much, and regrets not being able to say goodbye to them in person. Because of this, Eli swore to himself that he would never ever drive a car!
- He then became the man of the house--or er, man of the family in a boarding school, as Eli and Edie's uncle shipped them off to a far away land, not wanting to have them ruin his beloved furniture. He made another promise to himself to become the best person he could be, and to continue on the legacy his parents left him!
- To cope with the loss, Eli began to play the piano because their mama always did. However, when he and Edie were taken under their uncle's wing, Hugo Moxley didn't want their dirty hands to touch any of his precious furniture. Therefore, Eli had to resort to sneaking around whenever Hugo was out of the house scouring for more furniture. He also plays piano for the school choir.
- At the boarding school, he befriended Shiloh, a fellow classmate! They stuck to each other like glue, as they both complemented each other as dear friends! Edie came along for the ride too~ Eli became well-known for fending off the bullies, but he was also well-known for sneaking around when he wasn't supposed to, and isn't in good terms with Miss Pinkie.
- Eli eventually got trapped in the zoo while attempting to save a dear friend. He was turned into a mouse and met Gorey!
- And that brings us to now. Sort of.