Roger is the epitome of suave
, having grown up with a family that was conservative and highly religious, the boy found himself developing an outlook in life which bordered on careless but never crossed it. A rebellious
soul, he is carefree
and carries a happy persona
throughout the day. Roger loves making jokes
and finds it instils a sense of security in the lad when things in his life go awry, which makes his fun loving personality
both a security and insecurity as Roger finds it difficult to focus on the serious aspects of life
The man is mostly solitary
in nature, and prefers to be by himself unless he is amongst friends or close associates. He also struggles with accepting the harsh realities/truths in life where he is powerless, and is renowned for recklessness
in such cases as people who know him best can tell. Thrill seeking
, a gentleman and heroic
to a fault Roger can be an asset to a team as he values friendly association over everything else, but does require a nudge every so often to keep focused on the task at hand.Backstory:
Roger was born to his staunch Christian parents thirty two years ago in times where a man found it difficult to make a decent living on a fair earned wage. His father had just returned from Vietnam and whilst they believed in these strong Christian values to stay true to one another – Roger found out the hard way mama didn’t mind cheating on her husband at his back – and daddy certainly didn’t say no to chasing her across the prairie with a rifle in his hands.
His childhood was mostly uneventful; he spent the majority of his free time helping his dad with the ranch, and did his homework for when he wasn’t in school. The boy yearned for friends, and the few he did make ended up leaving due to one happenstance or another. This carried on until the boy turned twenty.
And soon he enlisted in the army like other young men so that he can go to college and further his life’s prospects, war was thrust upon America and Roger found himself as one of the early deployed. A few engagements and more than few losses later the man found himself in a new regiment and even that proved unsavoury for him as his company was pinned under fire for hours without any support. Surviving due to timely reinforcements, the man witnessed the bitter irony of warfare, and would spend his time struggling with his feelings about the prospect for the next few years until his time was up.
At the end of his commission, the man was soon discharged and on his arrival home more grave news awaited him about his parents passing away, probably shot one another in the back, the man thought... and nobody dared to tell him why to his face. Being the only son he was tasked with the small ranch they were running. Using some help from the military in shape of grants and contracts, he was able to build up the ranch to a point where he started dealing with cattle in hundreds, instead of a mere dozen. From the business point of view, Roger knows the only way to go is forward and the man hasn’t looked back since.
It wasn’t until that one fateful night when Roger joined the other seven to bring the Iron General to his knees. Ousting the man for better or for worse, the only thought that engulfed his mind worried the young man about whether this expulsion would last or not. Roger knew he only had to stick to find out.
The CowboyPowers: Flight:
The Cowboy can fly to great distances at a uniform speed of a hundred miles an hour.Super Fast Reflexes:
As the name suggests, the Cowboy has a quick response/reaction time which helps him with his weapons and lassos, and dodge attacks/bullets with ease. Stitch N’ Time:
The Cowboy can flash (disappear/reappear) to small distances immediately (not more than a hundred meters) every couple seconds, but overdoing it (for a few minutes) constantly in a short span of time results in a sudden loss of balance, and in worst cases immobilization.Mud Slingin’ Whirlwind:
The Cowboy can spin around and turn into a whirlwind... calling the sands and dirt to him until he turns into a mud tsunami (twenty five feet in height approximately) and engulfs the area.Special Equipment: Guns and Ammo:
The Cowboy carries two custom made six shooters he call ‘Salvation’ and ‘Damnation’, he also carries a custom made rifle he refers to as ‘Absolution’ – He carries copious amount of different ammunition such as armour piercing, hollow point, etc.Isabella’s Breach:
Again making use of his super reflexes the Cowboy uses a lasso he calls ‘Isabella’ against his foes.Weakness: Overexposure to Water:
Being in water drains the Cowboy’s abilities thoroughly to a point where he can pass out after an hour long exposure.Skills:
Years of military service and practice with the six shooters has made the Cowboy an excellent marksman
and adept with various weaponry
, particularly semi automatic rifles and one handed firearms. The man is a staunch businessman
with Southern values, and prides himself for running the Ranch that was almost lost at the hands of its previous owner. The Cowboy is good with money
and a thorough negotiator
, which allows him to secure the best deal available, once again possible through the running of his ranch. Some of these deals helped him to secure his suit and guns from the military where his service helped him secure a bona fide reputation.Costume:
(I couldn’t find anything on google, so here’s the description for each item)Metal Alloy Hat:
Coloured Suede/Grey.Light Alloy Suit:
Covering the Cowboy from head to toe, which appears two piece but isn't at closer inspection, looks like a shirt and jeans from afar - Coloured Dark Grey.Face Mask:
A metallic mask that fits into the armour covering on the Cowboy's face making it difficult to set apart from the suit, comes with its own gunslinger moustache and a neckerchief - Skin Coloured, black moustache.Ammo Belts:
They run crisscross upon his chest, they run around his waist and carry his repeater rifle on his back - Coloured Light Grey.Holsters:
One on each side - Gleaming white.