The good, the bad, and the almost irrelevant. They are the miscellaneous characters that are there to answer that one question, explain away that one plot hole, assist in adding development to that actually relevant character, or give that good (or bad) advice. We usually never learn their names. They are there and they are gone as soon as they serve their purpose often never to be seen again. They may not be the most memorable but definitely have a role to play. If the "No Image" picture is used, it means that the particular character has only been mentioned and has never physically appeared.
If you choose to go to the diner (The Golden Griddle) with Michael to get food for the Homecoming committee, this waiter will get your order. To make Kara and Max leave the diner so that you can go back to the counter and hear when your order is ready, you and Michael go to the jukebox and make one song play on loop. However, by the time you can get your order, the waiter also complains about the music and you and Michael quickly leave.
In Chapter 14, when you and your friends visit The Golden Griddle together, you meet him again. If Michael is your date, the waiter will bring you spaghetti and play the song Bella Notte from Disney's classic Lady and the Tramp on the jukebox. He resembles Daniel.
There are at least three Statton players shown during the game between Berry and Statton, namely #10, #62, and #38. #62 and #38 also appear in a premium flashback scene of Chapter 9, if you choose to play as Michael.
All three of them share the same facial features as Caleb Mitchell.
At least two unnamed Hearst players show up during the important game between Berry and Hearst. #67 asks Julian if he has a booboo and needs a kiss from mommy. #23 replies he can call her... not.
All of them have the same facial features as Caleb.
Caleb's fish since he is allergic to fur. He brings it to Pet Day which happened two months before Book 2. It resembles the fish you could get in LoveHacks, Book 2, and in Rules of Engagement: Newlyweds.
He is Payton's puppy in Pet Day and resembles the puppy David Reyes can adopt in Most Wanted. It sets off Caleb's allergies, so he has to see the nurse.
Mia's pet horse appears in two premium scenes. Mia brings her to school if you choose to relive Pet Day in Book 2, Chapter 2, but is told to not let anyone ride it. However, Myra misinterprets a conversation between Mia and Emma, resulting in a rumour that Mia lets others ride her. Isa overhears that and leads Mia to the principal's office.
She brings her again in Chapter 4, when Mia offers Your Character and their love interest to ride in the carriage during the winter carnival. Buttercup also appears in Class Act, Book 2 at that year's winter festival.
The lizard belongs to Luis Marino, which he brings during Pet Day. It resembles the lizard from Rules of Engagement.
Myra brings a lobster named Santa because of its claws. It resembles the lobster you could adopt in The Freshman, Book 4.
The cat belongs to Maria Flores, which she brings during Pet Day. It resembles the kitten from Rules of Engagement.
Morgan's snake that scares Kibble and later gets loose. You have the task to catch it again. It resembles Snake Gyllenhaal from LoveHacks, Book 2.
Just when you found Morgan's python, Nishan comes running, asking if you saw his rat Einstein who also got away. However, the rat wasn't found again.
She serves at Maria's birthday party. She is/resembles Tina.
Jeremy appears in the premium flashback scene. He and Julia Mason went to kindergarten and Foothill private school together. When they met again at Stephanie Martin's New Year's Eve party, he told Julia that Melissa, his girlfriend, dumped him a month ago. Scott left them to talk about it alone and when he saw her again, he found them making out. Jeremy and Julia dated for about a year until Julia found out he lied to her as he dated both Melissa and Julia at the same time. This led to them breaking up and Scott and Julia reconciling.
He uses the same character model as Finn Wildfire from the Red Carpet Diaries series.
At her party, Scott wanted to kiss Julia for the first time. However, she met Jeremy at the exact same party and started dating him. Stephanie became Scott's girlfriend, but after Scott and Julia became friends again, Stephanie and Julia didn't get along, so Scott broke up with Stephanie.
When you arrive at Pindarus Bar and Grill, she greets you and leads you to your booth at the open mic night when you and Emma try to play cupid on your parents. She has the same appearance as Izzy from It Lives In The Woods and the girl that Gaius feeds on in Bloodbound, Book 1.
After you are seated at Pindarus Bar and Grill, she is a waitress who comes and takes your order at the open mic night in Chapter 7 and at the prom in Chapter 14. She has the same appearance as many other waitresses throughout the Choices universe including Jane from It Lives In The Woods.
She is the first to bat on Kepler's side in the game between them and the Berry/Hearst team. If you are on the baseball team you have the chance to tag her out at first. She has at least one more time at bat. As Kepler Magnet School for the Gifted is a private school that focuses on education in addition to her talents in baseball she is likely very smart or at least a good student and may come from money.
He plays catcher for Kepler in the game between them and the Berry/Hearst team. As Kepler Magnet School for the Gifted is a private school that focuses on education in addition to his talents in baseball he is likely very smart or at least a good student and may come from money.
Kelly only appears in a premium flashback scene. She was the lead of the play with Marvin in Ajay's first directing foray in theatre summer camp. She is the reason why he does not want his actors dating: He had a crush on her while trying to be friends with her while she fell for her co-star Marvin and ended her friendship with Ajay. She and Marvin started fighting about their lines during rehearsals. As a result, she left the play four days before its premiere which, according to Ajay, looked awful since her replacement had to carry the script onstage.
Marvin first appears in a premium flashback scene. He was the lead of the play with Kelly in Ajay's first directing foray in theatre summer camp. He and Ajay didn't go along well as they often had completely different opinions on how to approach the scenes. He started dating his co-star Kelly which resulted in ongoing arguments during rehearsals and Kelly leaving the project.
He later officially appears in Class Act, Book 3, Chapter 4, where it's revealed he goes to Statton now. He and Ajay don't get along even if you try to intervene. Marvin disses him during the rap battle and even spits in his face.
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If you do not purchase the goth outfit for the concert, you and Ajay encounter two men as you push your way through the crowd to get to Skye. The first guy tells you two to "watch it!" He resembles the shirtless tattooed waiter from Priya's club in Bloodbound, Book 1.
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The second guy tells you and Ajay that "there's no room!" as you push by. He resembles Garrett.
Darya sings in the club where you search for Skye. Once you find Skye, she tells you that she wants to run away and follow Darya's band. She and Darya have talked sometimes after her shows and Darya has told her stories about her life, including the story of how she skipped college to perform music. Those conversations lead Skye to believe that she actually cares about her as a friend. While talking to you and your friends, she realizes that Darya only cares about her as a fan and gives up her plan to run away. Darya has the same appearance as a female prisoner from Bloodbound, Book 1, Chapter 13.
In a premium scene in Class Act, Book 3, Chapter 2 her name is spelled as Daria.
Brenda is Rory's mom. She has breast cancer. It was in remission, but it has come back. The play is a fundraiser to raise money for her treatments. Her first name is revealed in Chapter 14. You have the chance to visit her in the hospital with Rory in Chapter 13. When Skye's parents don't show up to see the play, Mrs. Silva tells Skye that she can count on her. She shares the same first name as Brenda Sanchez from the Rules of Engagement series.
She resembles Gayle, the mom in Sunkissed.
She is Mrs. Silva's doctor, who ushers you and Rory out when she needs rest. She tries to give Rory hope, saying that Mrs. Silva is a fighter. Her character model resembles Leah Myers from the LoveHacks series.
If you decide to go to Rory's house with your theater friends to watch your performance of The Enchanted Kingdom on DVD, you all meet Rory's father, Martin Silva. He hasn't watched the performance yet, so he makes a date with Brenda Silva to watch it the upcoming weekend.
In Class Act, Book 3, you and Rory see him together with your teacher, Diana Maddox. Rory deduces they must be having an affair and confronts him at the end of Chapter 5.
His character model is dependent on which Rory model you chose, as Brenda Silva is the same throughout all models.
David is a kid in Casey's German class. He gave him/her the idea for baking cupcakes to help his/her campaign. He plays lacrosse and when he heard that Casey was going to have a bake sale, he told Casey he has an idea he/she had to try for it. He shares the same forename as David Reyes from the Most Wanted series.
Mohit is Ajay's younger brother. You, Casey, and Erin meet him after the bake sale.
In Class Act, Book 3, he gets along with his mother's new boyfriend, Jim.
Samir is Ajay's father. The three of you meet him, his wife, and his younger son when they come to pick up Ajay at school. They're on their way to Portland to see Phantom of the Opera. He is willing to buy Mohit a cupcake but his wife objects. It is your decision to side with him and sell him the cupcake or side with her and refuse his money. The strain and sadness is evident in Ajay's eyes.
In Class Act, Book 3, Chapter 5, Ajay mentions that the final piece of paperwork for their divorce has been signed a few weeks ago.
Shruti is Ajay's mother. She doesn't want Mohit to have more sugar. If you take her side, she is happy that you have sense to listen to a mother and Samir takes his money back.
In Class Act, Book 3, Chapter 5, she and Samir have divorced and she has a new boyfriend you get to meet in said chapter.
Daisy is the first dolphin he introduces. He lets you and Rory join him from the audience and pet her. He also shows you some tricks with Daisy.
If you decide to hang out with Rory, you play a video game called Berry Cart. Rory chooses Mitzy as his/her driver. Mitzy is a red panda.
Bazooka is the monkey. Whichever you choose and whichever action you choose to make with the berry bomb, you will win the game.
Bubblegum is the otter. She giggles when she makes the other carts spin out of control.
If you decide to go with Jordan and friends to see the new Josh Morello movie, The Show MUST Go On, the handyman is one of the characters that Josh's character, Michael, interacts with. His character model resembles the human Eros guard in Perfect Match, Book 2.
He wants Skye to curse him, because she is a witch with magic superpowers. His character model resembles Marco from The Royal Romance, Book 3.
She objects and says that Skye should curse her, not him. She says Skye said she'd put a heck on them for them following her around. Her character model resembles Valerie from The Royal Romance, Book 3.
When you go with Ajay to a support group for kids affected by divorce, you meet Emma and a few faces you haven't seen before. One is Leslie, who goes to Athena Academy. She resembles Annisa from The Sophomore series.
Alexis is Rory's cousin that you meet if you decide to go to her wedding. She resembles Kassidy Marquez from The Junior, Book 1. She shares the same forename as Alexis Davenport from The Senior and Alexis from Sunkissed.
Utah the Hawk
When Emerald comes to BerryHigh, her crew brings along a hawk and an ocelot. She has partnered with the Global Fauna Foundation to talk about the effects of environment change on animals. They are the ones behind introducing the animals.
Diego the Ocelot
If you choose to touch Diego, Emerald tells you he was bottle fed and taught to play by his handler.
The man appears if? He resembles a version of Bill.
The doppelganger appears if? He resembles Jonathan.
If you choose to get the stage fighting lessons, Brock will be your teacher. You have the chance to impress him by doing well in your lessons. If you do, he will teach you a special move and give you an ornate dagger to use on stage.
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Seen in a flashback scene, the Vidals were potential business partners for the Crandalls, but they left the deal after Brian made unwanted advances on their daughter Lilith. He resembles Bentley Johnson.
Lilith is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Vidal and Brian makes inappropriate advances in her. She is seen in London and you have the option to have her go out with Skye Crandall. In that scene she asks her to prom. She resembles Britney from It Lives in the Woods.
She resembles Mindy Wales and Martha from Perfect Match.
Cory is one of several Statton students you meet. He plays Romeo in their musical adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. He resembles Garrett. Similar to Rory, he is a popular theatre student with a good amount of admirers. Unlike Rory, he takes advantage of people who are infatuated with them and often has them do his homework or bully people who give him trouble.
She is the head tech on Romeo and Juliet: The Musical. Yves resembles Elsie from Rules of Engagement.
If you and Rory decide to take your twin out to a restaurant to go "method" and practice speaking like Shakespeare, the waitress comes to take your order. Her character model resembles Izzy from the It Lives series.
This is one of the cats in the cat cafe that resembles the adoptable cat from The Senior.
Jim is Shruti's new boyfriend. Ajay cannot stand him while Mohit gets along well with him. He resembles a version of Stephen.
When you are having dinner with Skye, Brian, and her parents at a fancy upscale restaurant, Mr. Kolbeck stops by the table and exchanges pleasantries with the Crandalls. His character model resembles Devon Grusk from The Heist: Monaco.
She is one of the two judges you and your friends need to impress to get the Miao Arts and Music Scholarship. Her character model resembles Kira Howard from Perfect Match, Book 2.
He is one of the two judges you and your friends need to impress to get the Miao Arts and Music Scholarship. His character model resembles one of the clubgoers in America's Most Eligible: Season 10 and reporters in Perfect Match, Book 2.
On your way to London, the flight attendant brings you and your friends the courtesy in-flight lunch.
After you drop off your luggage at the hotel, you and your friends jump on a tour bus. The tour guide welcomes you to the Tower of London, then the Tower Bridge and other sights. Her character model resembles Edith from Save the Date.
The raven caws at you at the Tower of London.