Name: Dillon Crow
Appearance: Sorry, no pictures as of yet... maybe later... maybe
Dillon is a skinny bean pole of a rider decked out in an open camo vest and baggy phatty jeans with his black boxers showing and green fingerless gloves. On his feet are the latest in AnGraviSkates or AGS, a pair of neon pink, green and black roller blades. He has short spiked (anime style) neon green hair shooting out from under a black beanie and yellow lensed goggles cover his green eyes. On his back is a camo backpack with spray paint cans stuck in the mess for easy access, (although the ingame animation has him pull cans from his pocket.)
Relationship Status: Single, and looking for something
Orientation: Straight but hey, it's the 90's, I'm chill.
Role: Skater, platformer, fighter or artist.
World: Sky King: Blade Bomb Brawl (based on: Jet Set Radio, Getting Up, Tony Hawk and Pro Skater plus Air Gear for some fun)
In Game: In Sky King: BBB, the player is tasked with choosing a character then taking them from a know nothing busta to King of the Sky by forming a gang, defending territory and spray painting mad sick paints on every surface all while avoiding cops, school and work. Dillon is one of six playable characters to begin the game as. Dillon's story is one of freedom. Growing up alone on the streets of Neo-Metrotown, Dillon learned the only freedom is found in the sky. The invention of AnGraviSkates allowed for a new form of transport, allowing people to skate anywhere and Neo-Metrotown was the sickest, wildest ride to trick your brains out on. But that was changing. The Sky King was afraid of the lower gangs and began making laws to assure his job as ruler would stay that way. No simple task like running for mayor of Neo-Metrotown, the Sky King was the most rightous AGS rider and the only way to topple his reign was to take him on in the Sky King tournament. For Dillon to take over he would have to select a turf, build a gang, gather some rep and bust some major tricks to pull it off what no one has ever managed before and save his town from dictatorship.
Out Of Game: Dillon just wants his freedom to ride. Nothing mattered other then that. The player choose who the hero was and it wasn't always Dillon so the true goal of the game never was his to begin with. He spends his time being free, whether skating, loving or fighting. He also drops some mad bombs where ever he's been so everyone knows where Dillon goes.