woo, i have competition.
Name & Rank: Gerad Honzue, Freelancer
Class: Goliath pilot
Equipment: 1 Wasp pistol
Physical Description: Standing at 5'8", he has blue eyes and shock white hair, and is slightly muscular
Vehicle / Armour Description: Goliath is painted red and white, with red being primary. a hawk outline is painted on the side of each of the missile launcher bays.
Personality: Quiet and reserved, he spends most of his time working on his Goliath, making sure it's in working order as it's an older model than usual.
Bio: Born on a fringe world of the Kel-Morian Combine, he learned his way around machines from a young age on his fathers farm and from the Vulture races that would be held every year. when he reached the age of 18, he was skilled in piloting as well as mainntaining most types of vehicles, from dropships to siege tanks. he decided to take his father's old goliath and fix it up, and become a freelancer. in the two years since, he's made a rather large sum of money off of border disputes, and has decided to take just one final job before pulling out of the business until he needs money again.
"just one more mission to go, old girl, and i can get a well deserved rest,, and you can get a much needed overhaul." Gerad was cleaning his Goliath in the dropship bay, waiting to reach where his current employers had told him to wait. Climbing into the cockpit, he began a simulation startup to make sure everything was in working order. halfway through the startup, the left gun read jammed. "dammit, i just cleaned you you stupid piece of..." numerousinventive expletives started to fly as Gerad got back out of the cockpit and checked on the gun, and found a single bolt caught in the rotary gear. as he pulled it out, the pilot's voice came over the PA, "we're approaching the drop point. have a nice day, and get that damned thing off my ship already." Gerad just shook his head and smirked, and threw a mock salute towards the PA speaker. "yes sir, captain jackass." Hr got back into his goliath and started it up, waiting for the drop ramp to open.