I love Twilight: 2000. It's been ages since I've played. This was on BBS's that I had to access by calling on the phone.
I'm interested in playing one of my favorite characters from G.I. Joe, Tunnel Rat.
Name: Nicky Lee
Nickname: Tunnel Rat
Primary Military Specialty: EOD (Explosives Ordnance Disposal) and Demolitions
Secondary Military Specialty: Combat Engineer
Birthplace : Brooklyn, NY
Grade: E-5 (Sergeant)
Tunnel Rat's family tree is Trinidadian and Chinese with branches of Irish, Spanish and Indian thrown in. He grew up mean on the streets of Brooklyn, got tough on the Ranger Course at Fort Benning and honed his skills in Grenada.
There isn't a mine, booby-trap or bomb in the world that Tunnel Rat can't disarm, defuse or otherwise deactivate. This comes from constant practice on dummy devices, or whatever he can get his hands on that ticks. He is the guy who clears the way for the others.
He was part of a team of Rangers deployed in
Tunnel Rat is a qualified expert with NATO small arms and explosive devices, as well as Warsaw pact explosive devices. He prefers using the the M249 SAW, M79 grenade launcher, M1911 .45 caliber pistol, M2 mounted heavy machine gun and MK-19 mounted grenade launcher.
He is also familiar with computers, chemistry (including fuel synthesis and improvised explosives) and is technically inclined enough to help with maintaining and repairing vehicles and weapons. Primarily, he is sneaky and deadly, blows stuff up, prevents stuff from blowing up, builds fortifications and camouflages emplacements.
Former Commanding Officer: "Tunnel Rat believes that anything that doesn't kill you makes you strong. His feeling about crawling into an enemy tunnel with a knife in one hand, a pistol in the other and a flashlight in his mouth is simple - he can shoo straighter, bite harder and run faster than anything he's ever encountered in a tunnel, so why worry."
Tunnel Rat: "Somebody once said that a soldiers is somebody who is very good at breaking things. That's me all right. Only when I break things, they become safer."