|Alan in casual attire|
Position: Spec-ops Soldier
Demeanor: Alan is calm and collected. a bit quiet, but has no aversion to talking. Very serious and determined whenever he's working.
Nature: Alan is very calculative, always trying to puzzle out any scenario he's faced with. The painful parts of his past are mostly buried, and he makes a strong point of keeping it that way. He hates the feeling of futility and he likes to make himself busy whenever he's awake.
Description: Alan is a blonde man, built a bit more muscular than the average man, otherwise average and he matches this with his clothing when he's not working, opting for a shirt, jacket and jeans when he's off duty. His expression looks focused on something else most of the time but makes a point to seem friendly when talking to others.
- Physical Health: 7
- Mental Health: 7
- Physical Defense: 4
- Mental Defense: 4
- Perception: 3
- Agility: 4
- Strength: 4
- Persuasion: 2
- Intimidation: 3
- Melee: 3 (1+2 STR)
- Ranged: 5
- Survival: 2
- Sneak: 4
- Real as a shadow 4. A major part of capturing people was making sure they were aware they weren't about to be. In fact, nobody should really know at all until it's too late. A lesson Alan took to heart. (Bonus to stealth until Alan is noticed by ANYONE besides his team, then this bonus vanishes for rest of session)
- Only faces I've seen were through crosshairs: 4. Alan was trained near religiously on a sniper during his run with his team. He made every shot count. (Bonus to shots from 25 meters or more on scoped weapons)
- Target acquired 2. When you catch something, you grab it. Beyond that, you gotta keep your hold on it if you wanna keep it. Alan has learned to keep that grip on things. (Bonus to STR when grabbing or restraining)
- Man, I just wanted to be a singer.. 2. Although a bit embarrassed to admit it, Alan loved music dearly and dreamed of being the one on the stage, and he practiced for it intensely in his free time as a child and well into his teens. (Bonus to music and performance related checks)
- Brown Leather jacket, worn and dusty. Wears it almost all the time when he's not working.
- Dog tags, Sargent engraved as his rank on them.
- M1 Carbine with iron sights attached
- A Colt M1911, silencer attached.
- Military grade KABAR, tucked into a back sheathe
- A Birthday card, signed by his mother and father, kept inside of the drawer of his bedside dresser
- His parents death certificates, given to him when he was told they were dead as proof. Folded and tucked inside of the birthday card.
- A framed picture, depicting a black and white photo of himself and his parents in a park, smiling.
- A Winchester Model 70, "Point and shooty" messily carved into the side of it.
- An Empty white duffel bag, used for equipment and whenever convenient
- A small blue notebook, labeled "My secret journal" and his name on the front. recording random days as a kid then days since he joined the squad. The entries stop after about 2 years worth of entries.
Alan was born in the USA a little bit before the Great Depression, but his memories begin after its already begun. Despite the timing of his birth, he had an extremely loving and caring mother and father and they did their best to send him to school and give him a normal childhood despite being victims of the depression. For the most part, it worked. Alan lived a slightly lonely but otherwise happy childhood with his parents watching over him. He thought he was destined for a life on the stage in his early years, and his parents were very supportive. As he grew up though, he saw the reality of the situation his parents were in and he resolved to become a soldier to support them. As soon as he was able, he signed himself up and joined the army.
He threw everything he had toward doing the best he could. Over the course of the next few years, he got himself promoted multiple times over the course of WW2 with his contributions to the pacific war, and his skills and determination were taken note of by a special group of soldiers that he can no longer remember the name of. What he does remember was an offer to join along with a higher pay grade, and he quickly accepted this, both wanting to serve his country and help his parents. He spent the next several years capturing high priority targets with info about Americas enemies and allies, extracting that info, and killing the ones the intelligence pointed out. He was told during his first year that his parents were dead, and he was alone. He was heartbroken by this, but elected to continue within the squad, not seeing what else he could do with his life.
As the years went on, WW2 ended, and despite taking out some potentially dangerous individuals to the state, his group wasn't much more than mercenaries. He continued surviving as his other squad mates left or died, and the Foundation came and offered him a way out, "An opportunity to change the world". He took the offer, happy to do more meaningful work. His squad mates were made to think he left normally via amnestics, and he left to begin work at the foundation.
Doesn't truly believe his parents are dead when he looks back at being told, but wasn't in a position to question it at the time. Still cares for them deeply.
Knows that some of his squad was still alive when the foundation pulled him out.
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