Name: Terry Hayashi
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Personality: Tries to be easy going, but he isn't the best at it because he doesn't always knows what to say which often leads to silence. Terry knows how to make people respect him and wants to show everyone who he is, but at the same time he wants his own peace and quiet, and he believes he will be able to find those when other people give him that. He enjoys a good read from time to time but the thing he likes doing the most is challange himself with timed puzzles, to see how fast he can solve things and if he manages to improve from time to time.
(optional) History: Born on planet Earth, the original home for Humans, Terry was raised to be a fairly average boy. At first his parents were focused on trying to make his older brother the best he could be by supporting him and being there for everything he needs, and thus ignored their younger boy for quite some time. At the same time Terry had began taking interest in puzzles, and because he was somewhat forced to learn how to solve them on his own, he showed some potential when he began solving one after the other just to "Pass the time" as the 10 year old boy said. a couple of his teachers were impressed, and after talking to his parents they managed to convince the two to support Terry, as their older son had shown he will become an average man.
As Terry entered middle school he kept showing his potential when he signed up to his country's puzzle contest, made to find 2 things: The most difficult puzzle someone can make and the person who could solve that puzzle at the fastest time. At the age of 13 Terry managed to solve the puzzle within 3 minutes and 21 seconds, which was the third best time in the contest. He won a scholarship for the Mars University that he would be able to use the moment he finished school, and it would allow him to get his first degree with minimal cash support from his parents. Knowing that he has something to look toward and wanting to prove to others he can do better, Terry kept studying hard and practicing on solving the puzzles.
As the years passed, Terry kept entering the same puzzle contest, this time more focused on creating the most difficult puzzle rather than solving one. He figured that if he could make a puzzle which would barely be solved, than he would prove to a lot of people (Including himself) that he has managed to achieve one of his life goals. Unfortunatly for him, until the age of 18 he failed in doing so, and was forced to stop participating due to moving to the Mars University and begining to learn for his first Degree, which was at Nano-Computer Engineering. Because of the many differnet options for side courses, he decided to go ahead and choose Bio-Chemistry, A third Language (Second was Martian) which is Latin, and Planetary Geography, which was the study of learning how to map any planet which is encountered. As one of his final two projects, Terry was told to go and find an uncharted planet and map at least 50% of it. He was told to find a non hostile planet (One which will not be freezing or boiling) and without any life forms that has taken control of the planet.