NebulaFlare Posted January 22, 2015 Share Posted January 22, 2015 I wanna bring Hawk back. For those of you guys that remember, he was one of the more snow-flaky characters to ever walk the station - in a time when EVERYONE was a damned special snowflake. So it didn't matter. But now it does. Oh. And he was 17. And illiterate. But won't be anymore. Now he's 19 and literate. Anyway. These are an example of Hawk's old records: Medical Under absolutely NO circumstances is Hawk Silverstone to be cloned or borged. In the result of death, his body is to be returned to Centcomm. He is implanted with a Loyalty chip, that may not be removed for any reason. Employment Trained under the Nanotransen military program Delta Forces. Knowledgeable with firearm, close combat, explosives handling, and space law. Can perform basic forensics. He is allowed to serve active duty as a security personnel aboard station. He is cleared for Warden reassignment. However, as a new recruit it is advised to keep him outside of the position of Head of Security, unless deemed absolutely necessary. Hawk Silverstone is functionally illiterate, and cannot read or write. He is implanted with a loyalty chip, which may not be removed. Security Member of the Delta Forces, currently in training for military operations. Hawk Silverstone is to be implanted with a loyalty chip at all times while in service to any and all Nanotransen stations. And this is the new backstory: http://aurorastation.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=71&t=1122 Sum it up, Hawk comes from a very wealthy family that are very proud, and pretty much military oriented. If you ever watched FMA, think of the Armstrong family. =WALL OF TEXT= Hawk's father, Jedrick Silverstone, married Claire Watson. But got divorced and lost custody of his daughter, Rose. After recovering from depression, he wanted a son, so he fathered a test-tube baby. He named him Hawk because he wanted his son to aspire to honor, pride, and tenacity, like the animal Hawk does. And it was special to Jedrick since it reminded him of times when he and his father would go hunting ferrets on the family estate with the pet hawks. So he named his son Hawk. Yep. Hawk grows up and lives a normal life of a rich kid. His uncle and family butler mostly raised him since his father is away working for NT. The uncle is a vet of the Sol Military. The uncle disciplines Hawk with a telebaton - hence Hawk's fear of their sound. Hawk graduates from highschool, graduates from cadet. His father mysteriously vanishes, and then is found dead. His father was tasked with the escort of transporting of some pretty valuable cargo. Syndicate want that cargo. They send two agents after Hawk to try and see if they can get any intel, which of course, Hawk knows nothing about. After Syndicate release Hawk back, he's accused of murder, and threatened to face execution or life imprisonment. Rose steps in and does her undercover-detective-work and finds out he's innocent, and he gets pardoned. Now Hawk and Rose finally meet each other, and are trying to get their life back on track. =END WALL OF TEXT= That sums it up. So.....what excuse can I use to keep Hawk's implant? Technically, he's manipulated by his family to join some proud rank in the NT escort, or get on-the-job training as a sec officer before they push him into the Sol Alliance military. I will admit that the implant is a little bit OP for a security officer. I've learned that implants can keep you safe from all forms of brainwashing - cult, probably vampire, and maybe RP rev. So there is a teeny bit of power-gaming there. Hawk sees NT unable to do any wrong, and all glory to Nanotrasen. I liked the implant because he projected that idea, while trying to ignore all the badness going around. It made do for some really interesting RP. He can't be forced to ignore everything without the chip. He preferred to sink in and let the chip take over. But on the other hand, 19 year old implanted officer. Ehm. Yeah. Quote Link to comment
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