I had something for this.
Last edited by Whiskey; 11-14-2012 at 04:59 PM.
Submitting a second character because everyone's a fucking sociopath and we need someone who isn't.
Name: Sarah Schultz
Weight: 118 lbs
Skin: Slightly sunburned
Piercings: Studs in the ears
1 Compound Bow (7 arrows)
1 Bowie Knife
1 Walther PPK/S chambered in .380 ACP (2 mags)
Job: Game Warden
Specialization: Tracking, Rescue
Officer Schultz is quite skilled in navigation and tracking, and though she prefers to use a bow, she can handle a pistol or a rifle rather well. She also happens to be quite skilled at dealing with people, no matter whether she's giving someone information or writing a citation.
Sight: Above Average
Touch: Below Average
The clothes on her back
A backpack with rations for four days and a first aid kit
1 Compound Bow
1 Bowie Knife
1 Walther PPK/S chambered in .380 ACP
2 7-Round Magazines for Walther PPK/S (7/7)
Sarah grew up in in the American southeast--her father was a police officer and her mother was a housewife, and she spent plenty of time with children her age. She has an older brother, Henry, and her father would often take them hunting or fishing. Though she didn't really care for hunting, she enjoyed the time she was able to spend with her father and brother, and ended up taking up archery, placing in several local competitions and even winning a few.
Her brother followed in their father's footsteps, becoming a police officer, and Sarah attempted to take a different route... a long line of jobs eventually led to her being employed by the Department of Natural Resources as a game warden, and she found herself policing the forests instead of policing the streets. Despite her full-time job, she still kept up with her archery, keeping an eye open for amateur competitions (she was never good enough to go pro).
She was in St. Louis for an archery competition when the outbreak happened...
Sarah is friendly enough, and has more patience than she knows what to do with sometimes... but that doesn't mean she can't be tough--she's had plenty of experience over the years. Personally, she tends to keep a live-and-let-live attitude, worrying about her own problems over the problems of others. Professionally, she's helpful when she needs to be, and pleasant to be around.
Basic wilderness survival knowledge
Favorite color is the smell of waffles in the morning
Less wary of strangers than she ought to be
Hesitant to kill people
Last edited by Red Beret; 11-12-2012 at 09:25 PM.
Taking me seriously is generally discouraged, mostly because even I don't take me seriously.
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