Another character I think up:Player Name:
Kurokaze Ryuuji (Japanese style naming - Family name at the front)Age:
17Years Old - Second yearStatistics:
5' 7, 143 PoundsPosition:
Ryuuji prefers to keep his uniform blazer opened on the front if it is possible. He also wears fingerless gloves all the time, even in class. On his back he have a long scar from his left shoulder down to his back as well as several shorter criss-crossing ones. Despite the scars, he is actually physically very fit, proven since he is one of the main player in the school's football (or soccer as they are called in US) club and member of an indie rock band as a drummer.Personality:
Ryuuji is somewhat cold and uncaring, bordering rebellious toward any authority figure. He have really huge sense of justice and right/wrong which tend to get him into trouble since it will drive him to act in violence if he deem the situation to call for it which to be frank is quite extensive. Due to his rebellious nature, he is classed as a yankee by most of his peers and tend to be avoided which doesn't bother him at all. Preference for being selected for The Program:
Ryuuji is an orphan who live alone in a small apartment not too far from the school. To pay for his living expense and schooling, he works part time as a song writer and drummer for an locally popular indie band with aim to go national as well as some odd jobs around the city. He was suspended not long before the program was introduced for getting into a fight with student from another school and only recently comes back to school. As far as school works are concerned, he is pretty much an average student who excels in PE and slightly below average in Math, Physics and Geography while everything else are average.
When the program was introduced in their school, Ryuuji was one of the people who rejects the idea vehemently. His great sense of justice simply unable to perceive the idea of nudity in school to be anything positive other than escalating the hormone of the students and promoting sex among them. It is a guarantee that even if he is forced to be part of the program he will fight it to the bitter end.