Julchen has a really nonchalant personality, especially concerning Quidditch injuries. She might get a broken arm but her reaction would be "Oh dear, I broke my arm again". She reacts that way since if you grow up with Quidditch, you kinda get used to it. Nothing much surprises her since she grew up with magic.
She is a fierce Quidditch player. Quidditch is her heart and soul. She loves the andrenaline rush when she's high up in her broom, dodging Bludgers and chasing Quaffles. She's pretty determined to win in every match she plays. Her passion was inherited from her father, who taught his children about Quidditch. She's determined to make her father proud so she makes sure to give it the best she's got.
Socially, Julchen is pretty open-minded, as long as they aren't pricks or anything like that. She loves socializing and meeting new people, which makes her excited for the World Cup. At times, she can be very judgemental but she keeps it to herself. Can't befriend anyone if you keep on pointing out anything wrong with them.
Due to the departure of Vilte and Rice and the death of Ansel, she slowly started to crumble, only having Gilbert and Wolfram as support. She's trying to get better in time for the next game.
During a match against Puddlemere United this season, Julchen and her closest friend Gilbert Schweinsteiger suffered bludgers to the head from Julchen's brother Wolfram, and Avery Rivers-Scott. This resulted in a rare case of double amnesia, and she remembers nothing about the former Harriers or her resultant quidditch career in England. She has completely forgotten how to speak English and will struggle to relearn it.