Chelsea Burgundy is an antagonist in If Astrid Met Leona. She was first seen in a flashback by her daughter, Lynda Burgundy, twelve years prior to the story. She is a super villain in the Criminal career. She has worked in the criminal career since she was 26, when Lynda was 11.
Chelsea was born 55 years prior to the story. She was always an evil, mean-spirited child and teenager. As a teen, she was so flirty that she couldn't help getting pregnant at 14 with the most handsome guy in town, Gaylord Koffi, who had already had a son.
Upon learning she was pregnant with his baby, she murdered him in Crystal Springs's Lake, because she hated children. She hid the clues so well the police never found out she did the crime.
When Chelsea was 15, she gave birth to Lynda and always abused her, but never had the heart to murder her. This scared Lynda always and when Lynda was eleven, Chelsea's parents took custody of Lynda and her grandparents raised Lynda to be a smart girl, unlike her mother.
Chelsea went into hiding, because the police were getting more clues on who murdered Gaylord Koffi. Then she officially began her life of crime. And was never seen again by her parents or daughter.
If Astrid Met LeonaEdit
Twelve years prior to the story, Chelsea was seen for the first time in forever. She had in interest in her granddaughter, Makayla, who was five years old. While Lynda was teaching her daughter how to walk, Chelsea burst in the house, surprising Lynda, and came in to steal Makayla.
After three days, Chelsea had already taught Makayla bad words, to punch her mother if she didn't get what she wanted, and to date and flirt with boys much older than she was, telling her it was how her mother was born.
Ever since, Makayla has been a problem. She thought her grandmother was so cool and wanted to be with her, but after a week, she went into hiding again, and wasn't ever seen until twelve years later.
- Even though she had a teenage pregnancy, this isn't actually possible in-game without glitches, cheats, or mods.
- She has horrible grammar.