Character name: George (Mugwort) Pernis
Sexual Preference: Pansexual
He usually wears camo clothes or hiking equipment if he can find some. His weapons list is considerable for a backpack traveler - few knives, shotgun, self-made long-headed spear and a handaxe. On his head is either a beanie hat or a desert hat with neck flap.
Eyes: Dark brown
Build:Athletic, with some bulk
Name of pet or Mistress: None
Are you a member of the resistance? Yes. Resistance buys food and information and sells medicine, clothes and ammo. Oh and resistance doesn't want to send him in a mine or something. These are more than good reasons to work with them.
Brief history: Born in the family of biologist and professional hunter, who lost an eye early in the war and was honorably discharged, purple heart and stuff and everything.
His father wasn't very happy with the system change, which led to a rapid family break up and ended one evening with a bullet in mrs. Pernis' head.
The next decade young George somehow managed not to die under the caring but not so able guidance of his father, traveling with him around the south-western states of USA and the northern parts of Mexico to smuggle goods between the different resistance cells or simply to run away. Thus he skipped most of what can be called education for more practical wilderness skills. Well, he wasn't left illiterate, after all there was always the need to read maps, the old botanical guides and pillaged newspapers, but his computer skills are up to now nonexistent and his general knowledge honestly sucks.
George and his father went as a team until the boy's nineteenth year, when Nature decided that old Hank Pernis had enough time on this world. Aortic dissection said a doctor from the resistance. For the next five years he went on his own, limiting his movements over a smaller area and developing ties with more people from the local resistance, whom he provides with information, game, herbs. George often serves as a messenger or a smuggler and is not above spying or shooting someone if the money is good, but doesn't undertake jobs that he considers too dangerous.
George is mostly known by his nickname, Mugwort, which he got for no logical reason in his teenage years and doesn't really like being called by his real name. He is somewhat of a loner, able to spend weeks without talking to another human being, but can be good company if someone is eager to listen his tales about fish, birds, roots and such stuff. He never speaks about his murders and thefts and always delivers his packages personally.
Life in the wilderness doesn't really help for developing a sophisticated personality. George have yet to see someone with which he can start a relationship and as far as his sexuality goes - he really doesn't care what the partner (if any) is, as long as he feels good.
On the good side, he is generally trustworthy. Mugwort won't risk his life for someone else, but won't betray people either and usually abides his word.