Name: Mir Shin
Occupation/Role: TDC Operative, guard of Project Zasshu
Appearance: (An image or description is fine)
Beige skin tone, black curly hair. Stands at about 179cm tall.
After surviving countless missions-including the devastating New San Fransisco incident- Mir’s generic reaction against life threatening situations have become dull. Instinctual fear of death still kick in, but he learned to put his priorities on solving(which is usually running away from the giant monster) the problem. He likes to joke about his survivals as luck, joking of how many lotteries he would’ve won if he didn’t sign up for TDC.
During his career Mir was teamed up with various individuals, and therefore learned to get along with various types of people. He can cooperate with no problem, being able to set aside personal feelings for the mission to go smoothly. He tries not to hold stereotypes against people until he’s sure he knows them in a very personal level.
After all the struggles against the Tenshi, Mir finds them more interesting than terrifying. After surviving a handful of encounters, he learned to be more observant about them. All the while trying to walk away from it alive. So when he was introduced to the project Zasshu, he accepted it with pure curiosity for the results.
Mir joined TDC as an ordinary soldier, one of many who were deployed in the case of a Tenshi attack. His first mission took place in New San Francisco, where the two Archons left nothing but ruins. Mir, along with his comrades, protected and evacuated as much civilians as possible. Ever since, the man was deployed for countless big and small Tenshi attacks, somehow managing to go through the incidents without dying. He himself describes it as “sheer luck”.
The sheer amount of experience he had allowed him to climb the ranks among the TDC Operatives, helping write and edit their field manuals and research Tenshi behaviors. Recently he was directly contacted to assist the Project Zasshu, where he was summoned to Japan to escort the project.
-He likes shrimps. I added this solely because there were shrimps on the dinner menu today.