Sallandra is a cold, calculated person. She likes planning everything ahead to be prepared for every situation. Creating elaborate plans and is her hobby, as well as writing. Her intelligence and creativity help her with those. One of her primary features is also her ambition. She always pushes herself to achieve even more and doesn’t accept failures. This is because her parents did so when she was young. Sally’s an introvert and doesn’t understand having friends, girlfriends or boyfriends, perceiving it as wasting time which could be used for improving one’s skills. She never had anyone who cared. Who listened to her, who comforted her during hard times. She doesn't speak often, but when she decides to, her unexplained charisma makes everyone listen.
Sallandra Allison Webber was raised to be perfect. Nothing else was accepted. As soon as she could talk, her family began teaching her to read. When she learned to read, she was pushed to write. And that’s how it went, no rewards, just moving onto another goal. Sally didn’t complain, she didn’t really know life could be different. Her magical skills showed when she was 6. While she was reading a book, she thought about how she would like some water, but she had reached a suspenseful, even rightening moment in the book and could barely move. That's when a bottle of water just appeared before her. It must have levitated all the way from the kitchen. After this, Sally's parents taught her privately, as 11 was too old for their perfect daughter to start learning. Sally spent most of her time alone or with tutors, not feeling a real bond with her parents or, actually, anyone else, even though the family was very big. At Hogwarts, Sally did well thanks to her private lessons at home. She had excellent grades. However, her social life was practically nonexistent. She was only focused on her ambitions, and others didn't understand that. During her OWLs, Sallandra's results were among the best. But, although she would never admit it, a part of her- a small one, but still- would prefer to be one of the people who did unremarkably, but celebrated it with friends. This was the beginning of a new era in her life: she couldn't choose between success and others for a short time. But then, the old Sally took control and she signed up for more extracurricular activities. There, she was taught how to and became an animagus. The only change to her personality was that now she hated spending time with others even more than before.