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#6 Gravity

| November 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

I was thinking if I ever have kids I might name my daughter Gravity. But since that would be a jerk move I opted to name a fictional character Gravity instead. She still hates it of course, but at least now she’s mad at her fictional parents about it and not me.

A serious girl, it’s very difficult to get a laugh or a smile out of Gravity. Also, she tends to resort to sarcasm a lot.

#5 Victor Warden

| November 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

Victor Warden has been called a hero and a terrorist. He once fought hard for what he believed in, and the government retaliated against him for it. It came to the point where his only chance for survival was to disappear. So he did, and has been living as a hermit in the wilderness ever since.

#4 Hilda Cooke

| November 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

A disillusioned doom-sayer, Hilda used to stand in the street yelling about oncoming armageddons, but eventually grew tired of people failing to heed her warnings. Now she just goes about her own business and leaves everyone else to themselves, save the occasional odd statement to passers-by. (“That’s right, take the next flight, see how that works out for you.” “Oh you’re here, well that’s my cue to leave, have fun with the zombies.”)

#3 Elizabeth Vonner

| November 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

Elizabeth Vonner is a bounty hunter, and not picky about which jobs she takes on. You want something dead, she’ll kill it, provided you have the money to make it happen.

I haven’t quite decided on her fighting style yet. Suffice to say she’s more dangerous than she looks.

#2 Jerry K. Dalton

| November 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

Jerry Dalton is a business-man, specializing in the shady. He’s not in it for the money, though there’s a lot of it, so much as for the excitement of breaking the rules.

#1 Help-Bot ID#108971 “Hep”

| November 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

Help-bot ID#108971, nicknamed “Hep” after the unfortunate peeling of his lettering. Hep was made, like all the other Help-Bots, to help people. Hep loved his job. He did it to the best of his ability. People’s smiling faces were all the pay he needed, as well as the occasional greasing and oiling to keep him functional.

Then one day the humans decided that Help-Bots were no longer needed. They were too clunky, too awkward, too inefficient. They could build better ones. And so all of the Help-Bots were recalled, to be melted down and made into spare parts. When Hep realized where he and his brothers and sisters were going, he was horrified. His whole life helping humans, only to be put down in a horrible death-by-melting. Hep barely escaped this fate, and has been on the run ever since.

2012 Challenger: Christopher Gazeley

| October 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Hi all, I’m Christopher Gazeley, AKA anOriginalClone, or clone for short.

I heard about the 30 Characters Challenge last year too late to join in, but this year I’m looking forward to taking it on. I post most of my artwork on DeviantArt, if you’d like to know what I’m about take a look 🙂

Best of luck to everyone!