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Bio

My name is DJ.
I am a roleplayer.
A roleplayer of roughly a good decade now.
I write a lot of things, and am able to roleplay a lot of things.

Random Things about me
- I run a small YouTube channel.
- I listen to a helluva lot of music. Love music.
- I'm from Singapore. It's a little island in Southeast Asia.

Anywho, I've not been RPing for a long long time, but here I am, hopefully to make a few friends and RP some.

Arena Stats

2 Wins / 2 Losses / 0 Draws
1200 points

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Interested, if you'll have someone that has a small repository of soldier-type characters.
Delsin Rowe

Level: 1
Day/Time: Day Three - Evening
Location: Floor 49 - Tetris Castle to The Forbidden Lands Temple Bridge
Tag: @Tenma Tendo@ONL
Experience: ////////// (0/10)


"Jesus H Christ, my guy, way to assert your dominance. Whatever, it's not like you're the weirdest person in the room."

Delsin muttered to himself as the aptly named Boss took charge and gave the order to cross the bridge to the temple structure ahead of them. A plan that literally anyone else could've come up with, but hey if someone wanted to be in charge, he'd let them. As the group made their way across the bridge, Delsin slowed his steps to fully appreciate the breeze that blew across the stone, feeling the cold cut through his jacket and vest. He idly held a hand up and let a few thin ribbons of smoke stream from the tips of his fingers, before stopping as Bentley and Tiz passed him by.

The group approached the temple rather quickly, and a voice that spoke from all around them addressed them. As Bentley conversed with whatever it was that spoke to them, Delsin stuffed his hands in his pockets and looked around, turning around slowly on the spot as he took in the temple around them, and the grassy fields that extended for miles in every direction except up.

"Jeez...how big is this damn place? Feels like you could get lost just by walkin' the other way..." Delsin muttered to himself as he took in all the wide open space for the second time in as many minutes as it'd took them to walk across the stone bridge. He adjusted his beanie on his head as a rogue gust of wind threatened to blow it off and he sighed.

What had he gotten himself into?
Delsin Rowe


Level: 1
Day/Time: Day Three - Evening
Location: Floor 49 - Tetris Castle to The Forbidden Lands Temple Bridge
Tag: @Guardian Angel Haruki@DracoLunaris@Holy Soldier@Tenma Tendo@Zarkun@Wxer@arowne97@ONL
Experience: ////////// (0/10)


"Ow! Could've at least warned me..."

Delsin rubbed his upper arm from where the needle had jabbed into it. The vaccination was necessary, of course, from what he'd heard, but then again all this multiverse business was even newer to him than his powers. He was simply dressed for his mission; beanie, his jacket, jeans and shoes, with his chain wrapped around his right arm. As the rest of the teams geared up for their missions, he joined his teammates: an anthropomorphic turtle in a wheelchair and another young man. The turtle introduced himself as Bentley, and Delsin decided to follow suit.

"Delsin Rowe. Where I come from, I'm kind of a big deal. Saved my city from some psycho woman who was imprisoning people like me to "cure" us, whatever that was worth. Oh, and I can turn into smoke."

As he stepped through the portal to join the rest of the team, he marvelled at the open space of the Forbidden Lands. He let the length of heavy-duty chain unfurl a little from his arm and gripped it in his hand, ready to use it as a whip in case anything decided to pop out and attack them.

"Bad feeling's right. I've got your back, Bentley."


I'm still working on my CS.


Name: Christina Ibanez
Age: 31
Role: Field Medic
Appearance: Christina stands five feet ten inches tall, and is a well-built woman, lean, muscled and athletic. Her hair is a shade of brown so dark that it's almost black, long enough to reach her shoulders, tied into a short ponytail. Her usual garments when on duty as a field agent are a navy blue combat shirt underneath a simple black tactical vest, adorned with a few magazine pouches, a back pouch containing some of her medical essentials, along with a patch of a white circle with a red cross inside it, both on her back and on her shoulder. Her pants are khaki and her boots are black.

Personality: Christina regularly doles out what she calls 'tough love' mainly because it's what she does. Fiercely protective of her teammates, comrades and friends, Roughie regularly does stuff others would consider uncouth for a lady of her occupation; butting into rooms to check on people unannounced, doing random, unscheduled checkups on her teammates that sorta thing. She's gruff, tough, cynical and sarcastic, but that doesn't mean she hides her heart of gold; she genuinely cares about her teammates, so much so that she'd go to any length to protect them. Amongst her friends and peers she is not the rough-and-tumble soldier she normally is in a battle, rather, she's a sweet, charming and friendly young woman who loves to have fun and talk shop. Her favorite things to do if not on duty are to enjoy ice cream and go out with her friends.

In battle, she is a headstrong medic, oft times taking charge of situations if there isn't anyone to do so. Her attitude also leads to recklessness, however, and combined with her protective nature it makes her quite a dangerous soldier to be around, as she will often charge straight through fire to try and save you without questioning her own safety, which often leads to her also suffering an injury or two in the process.

Skills:
  • First Aid - Her nursing background, combined with the four months she spent in Fort Sam Houston as part of her EMT training, has imbued her with all the medical knowledge and know-how she needs to handle herself in any situation that requires medical attention.
  • Basic Pharmacology - While not as experienced as your average doctor or dispensary aide, Christina is knowledgeable enough on the spectrum of common drugs available to nurses, and some of the less common ones too.
  • Basic Surgery - With her nursing background comes experience in handling surgical equipment, not as good as a properly trained surgeon, but give her a blade to cut open a wound to remove a bullet while under fire, and she will do it without hesitating. Such is the extent of her abilities.
  • Veteran CQC - Christina took to unarmed combat like a fish to water, and this combined with her extensive knowledge of the human body gave her a few feet up against her peers in the combat course, for she knows exactly where and how to strike a person to make them go down instantly, or to knock them out like a light, or any other condition she wants them in.


Weaponry: FNX-45 Tactical FDE - A tactical pistol chambered in .45 ACP, 15 round magazine, with a mounted Trijicon RMR Type 2 miniature reflex sight mounted on the slide, a laser sight/flashlight combo mounted on the lower picatinny rail, and a .45 Osprey suppressor that is easily attached or detached.

Equipment:
  • Go-Bag - A single strap backpack, slate grey with a bright orange trim, and a white circle with a red cross emblazoned on it.
  • Respirator - A simple full-face gas mask with filters.
  • Signal Flare - A long, thin red signal flare, ignited by striking the tip with the ignition cap that can be removed from its base.
  • Smart Watch - A sturdy, field-tested smart watch. Contained within carbon fibre housing, surrounded by impact-resistant rubber and waterproofed for depths up of to 200 metres, the watch is a BCIT agent's best friend. It contains a connection to their main servers, able to display holographic images of places or people, while drawing from a bank more vast than what Google can provide.
  • 1 x pneumatic tourniquet (a tourniquet with an added hard plastic or metal rod that is used to tighten the bandages after being wrapped around an injury)
  • 1 x field first aid kit (contains gauze, 0.9% saline ampoules, povidone iodine cleansing solution ampoules, a suture kit with needles and sutures)
  • 1 x field respirator (a mask attached to a small, portable oxygen tank that provides oxygen to casualties)
  • 3 x morphine injection pens
  • 1 x SAM (or flexible) splint
  • 2 x rolls of crepe bandages


Bio: Born to a wholly Spanish family in San Fran, Christina made the decision to move to New York early on in life, after she graduated from high school. In the Big Apple, she enrolled herself in medical school and emerged three years later as a registered nurse, but the slow, often monotonous life bored her. So she did what came to her naturally and did the next best thing: she enlisted. She spent the requisite ten weeks in BCT at Fort Jackson in Georgia, following which she was sent to Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas to undergo the four month EMT course that came after. Once done with that, she was attached to the 69th Infantry Regiment in New York City, where she spent the rest of her military days up to the outbreak. She even participated in Operation Enduring Freedom in 2008, a harrowing experience that tested her abilities straight to the max. She never did treat any of the four casualties of her regiment during the mission, but news filtered down the grapevine about them, and even she knew how stressing it was to be a medical soldier out in a real battlefield.

It was during her service that she saw the worst of what the world had to offer. Shortly after Enduring Freedom, she was deployed to Syria again and it was there that she first came into contact with the BCIT. An isolated Al-Qaeda cell sent insurgents to fight against their platoon as they defended a small town, soldiers that wouldn't stay down no matter how many bullets were put in them. Not unless their head was completely destroyed. After the sortie was over, her platoon was dead, but agents from the BCIT swept in and cleaned up their mess. Christina was pulled into their ranks fairly quickly, mostly to keep the US Army's involvement quiet and to add her talents to their ranks. Over the next year, she would return to the Middle East to track down the biological agents involved with her prior operation, eventually succeeding in finding the terrorists and their supplier. The overall operation was called System Shock and she would end up being the leader of the operation come its end in November of 2008.

After that, her work continued within the US. Operation Silent Midnight was carried out in a more northern environment, in a small town in Michigan near the US-Canada border. The cold was triggering strange allergic reactions in the townsfolk, causing them to break out in sores that mutated into weird fungal growths. Alongside a research team, Christina ventured into the town. The team was broken up into a multitude of specialists; virologists, biochemists, the works. She was just the muscle the team needed as security, in case of a potential conflict and to prevent any infected subjects from escaping across the border in secret.

The team soon found out that the fungal growths were the source: a bioengineered strain of fungi not native to the region were given extreme cold resistance and the ability to infect human beings with their spores. The spores, when maturing inside the victim's lungs, would grow into fully fledged fungal growths within the victim that would then spread their spores into their bloodstream. When the growths reached the brain, rapid onset of mental symptoms followed; confusion, bursts of hyperactivity, coupled with severe anterograde amnesia and a scaling back of the more complicated and complex portions of human consciousness. The result was a sort of savage, something less than human that had to be put down before it caused more damage. Christina and the other soldiers with her were quickly put to work securing the town and its perimeter, before they closed in to exterminate victims that were already too far gone. Samples of the fungi and its spores were collected by the field researchers and analysed, the squints carrying out their work even as Christina and her men held the line to the rapidly increasing numbers of infected.

After three days of on-and-off fighting, the BCIT analysts managed to synthesise a cure. By then, most of the town had succumbed to the infection, but whatever survivors were left could be saved, innoculated against the spores. Those that remained were relocated and the town was incinerated by BCIT clean-up teams, eliminating any trace of the fungal spores left behind. Now Christina's up for her next operation, one that will put her skills to the test.


Name: Christina Ibanez
Age: 31
Role: Field Medic
Appearance: Christina stands five feet ten inches tall, and is a well-built woman, lean, muscled and athletic. Her hair is a shade of brown so dark that it's almost black, long enough to reach her shoulders, tied into a short ponytail. Her usual garments when on duty as a field agent are a navy blue combat shirt underneath a simple black tactical vest, adorned with a few magazine pouches, a back pouch containing some of her medical essentials, along with a patch of a white circle with a red cross inside it, both on her back and on her shoulder. Her pants are khaki and her boots are black.

Personality: Christina regularly doles out what she calls 'tough love' mainly because it's what she does. Fiercely protective of her teammates, comrades and friends, Roughie regularly does stuff others would consider uncouth for a lady of her occupation; butting into rooms to check on people unannounced, doing random, unscheduled checkups on her teammates that sorta thing. She's gruff, tough, cynical and sarcastic, but that doesn't mean she hides her heart of gold; she genuinely cares about her teammates, so much so that she'd go to any length to protect them. Amongst her friends and peers she is not the rough-and-tumble soldier she normally is in a battle, rather, she's a sweet, charming and friendly young woman who loves to have fun and talk shop. Her favorite things to do if not on duty are to enjoy ice cream and go out with her friends.

In battle, she is a headstrong medic, oft times taking charge of situations if there isn't anyone to do so. Her attitude also leads to recklessness, however, and combined with her protective nature it makes her quite a dangerous soldier to be around, as she will often charge straight through fire to try and save you without questioning her own safety, which often leads to her also suffering an injury or two in the process.

Skills:
  • First Aid - Her nursing background, combined with the four months she spent in Fort Sam Houston as part of her EMT training, has imbued her with all the medical knowledge and know-how she needs to handle herself in any situation that requires medical attention.
  • Basic Pharmacology - While not as experienced as your average doctor or dispensary aide, Christina is knowledgeable enough on the spectrum of common drugs available to nurses, and some of the less common ones too.
  • Basic Surgery - With her nursing background comes experience in handling surgical equipment, not as good as a properly trained surgeon, but give her a blade to cut open a wound to remove a bullet while under fire, and she will do it without hesitating. Such is the extent of her abilities.
  • Veteran CQC - Christina took to unarmed combat like a fish to water, and this combined with her extensive knowledge of the human body gave her a few feet up against her peers in the combat course, for she knows exactly where and how to strike a person to make them go down instantly, or to knock them out like a light, or any other condition she wants them in.


Weaponry: FNX-45 Tactical FDE - A tactical pistol chambered in .45 ACP, 15 round magazine, with a mounted Trijicon RMR Type 2 miniature reflex sight mounted on the slide, a laser sight/flashlight combo mounted on the lower picatinny rail, and a .45 Osprey suppressor that is easily attached or detached.

Equipment:
  • Go-Bag - A single strap backpack, slate grey with a bright orange trim, and a white circle with a red cross emblazoned on it.
  • Respirator - A simple full-face gas mask with filters.
  • Signal Flare - A long, thin red signal flare, ignited by striking the tip with the ignition cap that can be removed from its base.
  • Smart Watch - A sturdy, field-tested smart watch. Contained within carbon fibre housing, surrounded by impact-resistant rubber and waterproofed for depths up of to 200 metres, the watch is a BCIT agent's best friend. It contains a connection to their main servers, able to display holographic images of places or people, while drawing from a bank more vast than what Google can provide.
  • 1 x pneumatic tourniquet (a tourniquet with an added hard plastic or metal rod that is used to tighten the bandages after being wrapped around an injury)
  • 1 x field first aid kit (contains gauze, 0.9% saline ampoules, povidone iodine cleansing solution ampoules, a suture kit with needles and sutures)
  • 1 x field respirator (a mask attached to a small, portable oxygen tank that provides oxygen to casualties)
  • 3 x morphine injection pens
  • 1 x SAM (or flexible) splint
  • 2 x rolls of crepe bandages


Bio: Born to a wholly Spanish family in San Fran, Christina made the decision to move to New York early on in life, after she graduated from high school. In the Big Apple, she enrolled herself in medical school and emerged three years later as a registered nurse, but the slow, often monotonous life bored her. So she did what came to her naturally and did the next best thing: she enlisted. She spent the requisite ten weeks in BCT at Fort Jackson in Georgia, following which she was sent to Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas to undergo the four month EMT course that came after. Once done with that, she was attached to the 69th Infantry Regiment in New York City, where she spent the rest of her military days up to the outbreak. She even participated in Operation Enduring Freedom in 2008, a harrowing experience that tested her abilities straight to the max. She never did treat any of the four casualties of her regiment during the mission, but news filtered down the grapevine about them, and even she knew how stressing it was to be a medical soldier out in a real battlefield.

It was during her service that she saw the worst of what the world had to offer. Shortly after Enduring Freedom, she was deployed to Syria again and it was there that she first came into contact with the BCIT. An isolated Al-Qaeda cell sent insurgents to fight against their platoon as they defended a small town, soldiers that wouldn't stay down no matter how many bullets were put in them. Not unless their head was completely destroyed. After the sortie was over, her platoon was dead, but agents from the BCIT swept in and cleaned up their mess. Christina was pulled into their ranks fairly quickly, mostly to keep the US Army's involvement quiet and to add her talents to their ranks. Over the next year, she would return to the Middle East to track down the biological agents involved with her prior operation, eventually succeeding in finding the terrorists and their supplier. The overall operation was called System Shock and she would end up being the leader of the operation come its end in November of 2008.

After that, her work continued within the US. Operation Silent Midnight was carried out in a more northern environment, in a small town in Michigan near the US-Canada border. The cold was triggering strange allergic reactions in the townsfolk, causing them to break out in sores that mutated into weird fungal growths. Alongside a research team, Christina ventured into the town. The team was broken up into a multitude of specialists; virologists, biochemists, the works. She was just the muscle the team needed as security, in case of a potential conflict and to prevent any infected subjects from escaping across the border in secret.

The team soon found out that the fungal growths were the source: a bioengineered strain of fungi not native to the region were given extreme cold resistance and the ability to infect human beings with their spores. The spores, when maturing inside the victim's lungs, would grow into fully fledged fungal growths within the victim that would then spread their spores into their bloodstream. When the growths reached the brain, rapid onset of mental symptoms followed; confusion, bursts of hyperactivity, coupled with severe anterograde amnesia and a scaling back of the more complicated and complex portions of human consciousness. The result was a sort of savage, something less than human that had to be put down before it caused more damage. Christina and the other soldiers with her were quickly put to work securing the town and its perimeter, before they closed in to exterminate victims that were already too far gone. Samples of the fungi and its spores were collected by the field researchers and analysed, the squints carrying out their work even as Christina and her men held the line to the rapidly increasing numbers of infected.

After three days of on-and-off fighting, the BCIT analysts managed to synthesise a cure. By then, most of the town had succumbed to the infection, but whatever survivors were left could be saved, innoculated against the spores. Those that remained were relocated and the town was incinerated by BCIT clean-up teams, eliminating any trace of the fungal spores left behind. Now Christina's up for her next operation, one that will put her skills to the test.
Dibs on the field medic.
Interest.
Dibs.
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