Chara was an abused child that climbed to Mt. Ebbot to escape from the other humans in the village she was from. They were constantly bullied and ridiculed, many claiming that she was a monster in her own right. And this didn't just stop at the kids; the adults were exactly the same, if not worse. You see, the village believed that they could escape from god's wrath if they chose a subject to be the vessel of all evil, blaming everything and anything that went wrong or whatever they did wrong on the host. The worst part is they could do anything they wanted, anything at all, and they would get away with it. Rape and murder was a constant fear in the village, especially for the host, who was most often the target of these vicious actions, because while other victims can choose to blame it on the offender, the host had no say in it at all, being treated as if they were a plaything or a piece of meat. This host happened to be Chara, an orphan who was chosen to be the host at a very young age. For several years, they had suffered, until the day that they decided they had had enough. Late at night, Chara snuck out of the village and climbed to the top of Mt. Ebbot, the prison their ancestors had locked the monster in. Chara had decided that they were going to jump. If the fall did not kill them, then surely the monsters they had heard so many terrible things about would kill them. They were DETERMINED to get away from the people forever. So Chara jumped, and did survive the fall. But instead of being greeted by a pack of hungry monsters like they had predicted, they were taken in by the Dreemurrs, a happy family of boss monsters made up of the king, queen, and prince. Finally, Chara had the very things that they so desired; peace, happiness, and most importantly, a family. While with the Dreemurrs, Chara began to feel sorry for them, being trapped underneath the ground for so long. They started to formulate a plan to get the monsters back onto the surface; they would merge souls with Asriel and together force the humans to repent for their crimes and free the monsters. Chara then took some of the buttercups that they had accidentally given their father, the king, and poisoned themselves with it. On their deathbed, Chara asked Asriel to take their body and bury them in the village they grew up in. After they died, Asriel fused his soul together with Chara's and took their body back to the village. Upon reaching the village, the citizens believed that Asriel had killed the child, the only thing that made them not guilty of their crimes. Chara had anticipated this, and believed that Asriel would kill them; they were the ones responsible for Chara's suffering after all. As the villagers attacked Asriel, Chara's soul urged them to fight back and kill the villagers, but Asriel did not. After the humans were done attacking, Asriel, in his weakened state, smiled and walked back to the underground with Chara's body. When they finally reached the underground, Asriel was already beginning to turn to die, and finally, his body, still partially fused with the human soul, turned to dust on a patch of golden flowers in New Home. The King had made up his mind; he must seek revenge for both his fallen children. The queen did not agree with his plans, and took Chara's body back to the ruins and buried them in the very place that they had first fallen, where they remained in a deep slumber until the day another soul, just as DETERMINED as they were, fell down to the underground. This added boost of DETERMINATION was able to revive Chara's spirit. Throughout the human's journey through the underground, Chara gave various helpful tips and hints to them as they tried to make it back to their home, hoping that this human didn't meet the same fate as them.