From Templar Connect
|Other Names||Prabhjot Kaur|
|Residence||Apartment in King Street|
|The Mob Goes Wild, page 1.|
- Curio: English, "A Small, Rare Object, Worthy of Collection".
- An idle and comfortably-situated King Street girl, Curio yearns for the approval of Templar's working class, the Low People. Her emotional immaturity and insecurity usually render her attempts to garner their respect anywhere from fruitless to moderate disasters. Overeager and socially inexperienced outside of her catty sparring with Tuesday, she seems all too aware of her shortcomings, and equally determined to shed her naivete and privilege in favor of bohemian legitimacy.
- - Spike
For some as yet unclear reason, she was seen removing make up that made her appear heavily injured .
Curio's birth name is Prabhjot Kaur, reflecting her Sikh heritage (her family is located somewhere far down the line of succession in the Sikh Empire, which still exists in the world of Templar . At some point she cut her hair () and disassociated herself from this background; she now goes by "Curio Pepper."
Curio was born in America but retained an Indian accent due to her poor social skills. She took speech therapy as a result. She also suffered some form of eating disorder, which had to be treated by a nutritionist . In high school she attempted suicide by taking a bottle of aspirin after learning that her parents were divorcing . Tuesday, who was the first person Curio phoned after the incident, alleges that this was a 'fake' suicide. She also remarked that after spending 'forever' (ten minutes) calming her down, Curio had the same conversation with eight other people .
Curio has obvious breast implants. These were a bribe from her parents.
Curio has been described as self-aware enough to recognize her ignorance. Instead of attempting to educate herself from past mistakes, however, Curio continues to repeat social and personal missteps. Her unhealthy and hurtful friendship with Tuesday Pryor is a prime example of this pattern.