Boris is quite humble. He is loyal, kind, and dedicated to the things he does. He is also fair, and doesn't make anything unfair, because he thinks that would be wrong. He is also hard-working. His personality clearly takes after his mother. He tries not to seem fake-friendly towards people. He is intelligent enough, but doesn't like to brag about it. After his brother's death, Boris's personality changed. He is now not as social as he used to be. Yes, he's still really nice, but doesn't start conversations much anymore. He's become a bit more of a lone wolf, as his siblings are either intolerable, loners themselves, or rarely around. He has learned to value relationships a lot more, and has become very loyal to his loved ones.
Boris Archambault Padmore was born to Dana and Thomas Padmore. He finds his middle name to be very strange, but his father picked it because he wanted the family to seem intelligent. He is the 4th of 6 children, and he got along with his siblings. He is nicer than his brothers, who sometimes laugh at him for being kind, which he thinks they are just joking around.
Boris got his first sign of magic when he was six years old. He saw his sister throwing a tantrum because the walls of her bedroom were painted blue, when she wanted yellow. She was being so annoying that Boris wished the walls were painted yellow so that she wouldn't have annoyed him so much. The walls suddenly turned yellow, and Boris was freaking out, turning as annoying as his sister Hope when she wanted the walls yellow. His mother rushed over to him, and told him all about Hogwarts. He wanted to turn the walls back to blue, but his mother said she'd have to have them re-painted.
He started Hogwarts when he was 11 years old. Nothing interesting happened, until the summer before his third year. His older brother Jonathan died. That changed Boris's personality a lot, and not just him. Clarissa too. She became very sassy and rude. Boris was saddened, because Jonathan was his only nice brother. So he started his third year changed.