“I'll kick the shit out of anyone who talks bad about you again.”
How would you describe their personality?
Adam is like countless other teenagers desperately trying to figure out just what they're going to do with the rest of their lives: Emotional, impulsive, reckless. All the sorts of things teachers, principals, and guidance counselors hate.
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What has their life in Angel Grove been like?
Adam has spent his entire life in Angel Grove. It has not been particularly pleasant.
Born to a single mother who worked two jobs just to keep their house and bills paid for, Adam spent much of his youth acting out and generally getting into trouble. If he wasn't running around unsupervised, he was either skateboarding, getting into scraps with schoolyard bullies, or staring at the night sky from the roof of his apartment building. Anything to get him out of the 300 square foot unit he shared with his mother and her occasional suitors.
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What can they do? What are they good at?
Although not a particularly good student, Adam has shown a knack for mechanical work and even taken up a part-time job at a local garage to help keep the lights and water turned on at home. He even fixed up an old Z28 after a customer had brought it into the shop for scrap. That, and that he has his driver's license, are perhaps the only two things Adam allows himself to take pride in.
Although he hasn't played organized sports since about the fifth grade, Adam possesses some natural athletic ability and could likely make any of the high school teams, if he didn't have such an antagonistic relationship with most of the jocks, who he's had some run ins with in the past.
How would they react to danger?
Adam's first and foremost instinct when it comes to danger is to jump in headfirst. Many would say he's a teenager that thinks himself an invincible adrenaline junkie. While this is certainly true to an extent, his mother once told him he had the natural instinct to protect others even at the extent of himself. Why she gave such a thought to an eight year old who'd come home with a bloodied nose and black eye was anyone's guess.