Apparently I'll be the only male sleeper.
Name: Issac Farris
Hair Color: Green
Eye Color: Blue
Personality: Raziel is as carefree and fun-loving as he is a mystery. He has not been known to reveal much about himself to anyone and is considered a Sleeper equivalent to a loner. Despite that fact, he is really quite friendly when approached. He still blames himself for the accident that put him in this coma, which leaves him with a need to put others before himself. He is a perfect gentleman, which often leads to him being called a chauvinist by more independent women. Raziel has been known to be a bit forceful to get his point across, though he is polite about it most of the time.
Favorite Movie: Public Enemies
Favorite Music: Gorillaz or Jazz
Favorite Web-Site: questionablecontent.com (It reminds him of life before being a Sleeper)
History (Specifically the 1930's)
History Before the Coma: Issac had a life that would probably leave most kids mental, or at least less normal than Issac claims to be. Issac was born in the capital of Maine to his parents Riley and Nichol Farris, his father a stoner and his mother an erotic writer. They managed to raise their son in a fairly normal home, though it was hard to keep him away from their respective quirks. Issac grew attached to The Beatles and The Grateful Dead from his father, and learned a love of reading and writing from his mother. If it weren't for High School however, Issac probably would have been well adjusted. Too bad teenagers always seem to rebel.
Rather than becoming a goth or punk rocker like most teens though, Issac grew attached to technology and computers, as well as grew a love for history. Basically, he became everything his parents weren't, and they still tried to support him as best they could, which bothered him to no end. On his 16th birthday, he built his first computer from scrap parts, and on his 18th, he programmed a robot for his science final. He would have gotten a full ride to MIT if it hadn't been for his father's knack for getting in trouble. Rather than making plans for college, Issac was forced to find ways of getting cash together to bail out his hippy father.
What put you into a Coma?: A few months after his 18th birthday, Issac's father was driving drunk with Issac and his sister in the back seat. Issac, being the oldest, insisted that his father pull over, but instead, ended up ramming the car into a wall. Issac's father was left unharmed, but his sister and himself suffered severe injury. His sister eventually awoke, but Issac was left in a permanent vegetative state.
History After the Coma: When Issac looks back on the two years he has spent in the system, he tends to remember the the day he created his avatar. Issac had taken his two loves and combined them into a form that he could be happy with, a post-modern interpretation of 1930's style. He spent most of his days after that exploring the internet and getting comfortable with his new life. He tried hard to stay away from other sleepers, only talking to his family for the first year, but once he became more comfortable, he began to allow fellow sleepers into his domain. In his second year in the system, he took on a more active role, earning him a reputation of being the person to go to when you needed a problem solved.
Since the virus issues have come up, Raziel, as he's known now, has taken up a defensive stance of other sleepers. He uses his knowledge of programming as a way to form battle strategies and create barriers to stop viruses from reaching those sleepers that can't defend themselves. He still longs for the days before his time in the system, though now he fully accepts that this is where he was meant to be, and where can make a difference.
What dose your server look like?
Raziel's server looks like a hallway taken from a 1930's era building with a number of doors. Behind the door closest to the entry port on the left is Raziel's office, which is designed to look like a private eye's office. He specifically modeled it after the office in The Maltese Falcon. On the right is a large study with seemingly a book on every subject, though in reality, it is more akin to a search engine. The second door on either side leads to a rest room and a game room, each containing whatever is needed for comfort or play of any sort. Towards the end of the hall is an elevator that leads to the "living area" which is a sort of pent house, containing a dining area, living room, two bed rooms, and a storage area. There are other rooms in the main area that are kept locked, though their purpose and contents are left unknown to most visitors.