The good old sister of William Tenevere. The easily more outgoing twin known for her apparent sluttiness that certainly can rival that of a certain Rei Fujou. Apparently viewed by her family as the inferior twin, she never inherited the family's Magic Crest, but still seeks to practice magecraft anyway and with just the same vigor as her brother. Was unfortunately hit by a bus a year ago, which greatly ramped up her brother's fear of automobiles to crippling heights.
Unlike her brother, Sarah is a social butterfly, always wanting to get to know more people and always involved in an a wide variety of events, to the point where not having her stick her nose in something is fairly unusual. Aggressive and forceful, she was someone who would aim for something and put their all into getting it. She is not plagued by the crippling fear of automobiles her brother possesses, and took after her father in that regard. Likes vidya and animu and occassionally swaps social time for intense catch-up marathons. Is very flirty and prone to sexual harassment, hitting on every handsome/cute/beautiful/sexy thing under the sun. Most importantly, a total brocon, a fact that has not gone unnoticed by anyone in the Tenevere family (except Will, who actively denies it), and has even said she'd be 100% faithful if her brother accepted her advances.
The younger Tenevere twin, born roughly four minutes after Will. Mostly uneventful, but grew up with her brother in relative peace. She was denied the family Crest in favor of William at six, but decided to learn magecraft anyway, seemingly beating her brother at progress. Was well known for being fearless against the family curse of being unlucky with land transportation, and managed to reach the ripe old age of ten before being lightly injured in a vehicular related accident, compared to Will, who had been hit twice. Turned thirteen and soon began her brocon ways, fundamentally bothering her brother until she was hit by a car at sixteen.
tl;dr cars ruin everything
Stated by Will to be better in every way, but how factual that statement is is unknown.