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035 0 0 1 6 . I was born to be a vampire. Charlie Swan and Renée Dwyer on September 13, 1987, and is the main protagonist of the Twilight Saga. In Breaking Dawn, she marries Edward on August 13, 2006 and becomes a member of the Olympic coven.

As a human, Bella possessed a natural immunity to the mental powers of vampires. After her transformation into a vampire, she develops it into the ability to project a mental shield that protects others from the psychic powers of other vampires. She is portrayed by Kristen Stewart in the movie adaptations. Isabella Marie Swan was born on September 13, 1987, to Renée and Charlie Swan, a young couple living in the small town of Forks, Washington. Her parents divorced when she was only three months old. When Bella was six years old, they moved to Phoenix, Arizona.

Bella never fit in with her peers in California or Arizona. She had always had the feeling of being a little out of sync with everyone—including her mother, who was her best friend. While her mother was impractical, absentminded and liked to shift from one interest to the next, Bella grew up as the more responsible and independent individual. At an early age, she took over most of the household responsibilities. Sometimes, she would feel like she was the adult and Renée was the child. During free time, she preferred to sit home and read, in part because she was extraordinarily clumsy. Her naturally responsible nature carried over into her schoolwork, where Bella was generally a straight-A student.

Her plan for the future was to get a degree in education and teach, like her mother. Renee’s career was the one thing that Bella truly respected. However, she intended to teach at the high school level. When Bella noticed that Renée felt lonely due to the lack of romance in her life, she encouraged her mother to go on more dates. Eventually, Renée fell in love with and married a minor league baseball player named Phil Dwyer. Bella wasn’t entirely fond of the idea, but nevertheless offered her blessing. They married in the same month that Bella turned 17.

I’ve never given much thought to how I would die. But dying in the place of someone I love seemed like a good way to go. At the beginning of Twilight, Bella moves back to her birth town of Forks, Washington, to live with her father, Charlie Swan, to let her mother, Renée Dwyer, travel with her new husband, Phil. The one group of people at Forks High School that truly intrigues Bella are the Cullens, a mysterious family consisting of five adopted children. When Tyler Crowley’s car almost hits Bella, Edward knocks her out of the way and shields her from the collision. Bella realizes that it would have been physically impossible for a ordinary human being to cross the distance to her in time—as Edward was four cars away from her a split-second before the truck would have crushed her—or hold back, much less push away, a pick-up truck with his bare hands. During a trip down to La Push with her classmates, Bella encounters a family friend, Jacob Black, who informs her that the Cullens are supposedly vampires according to his tribe’s legend.

However, they are different from other vampires in that they are “vegetarians”, meaning they drink the blood of animals rather than of humans. Despite his desire for her blood, Edward and Bella fall passionately in love. Edward introduces her to his family, and soon after she is invited to watch their baseball game. During the game, danger reveals itself in the form of a visiting vampire coven consisting of Laurent, Victoria, and James. Two months after James’s demise, Edward takes Bella to their high school prom, despite her broken leg and angry protests. Tyler also tries to pick her up at her house, but Edward tells him that she is unavailable as far as everyone but he is concerned. There are high levels of tension as he turns to action, caused by Edward and Bella’s differences of opinion about her becoming a vampire.