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hugh750

how would you discribe your character?

how would you describe your character  

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  1. 1. how would you describe your character?

    • an honorable outlaw (i never attack randoms or npcs).
    • a murderious bandit
    • other (please list below).


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hugh750
Posted (edited)

how would you describe your character?

i've fought griefers, my character is somewhat in the red.

mods please correct title in thread to "describe".

Edited by hugh750

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Rafae S
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Avoids PvP under all circumstances. 

 

Solely interested in making as much money as possible and rising through the ranks along the way. Determined, ready to fight and looks like a menacing son of a bitch. Oh, and I named him Arthur. Lolz.

 

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ThaBirdCoot

A torn personality with highly questionable life choices, in terms of stupidity too he is only outclassed by his fellow horse friend.

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Foxwolfe

I don't typically engage other players unless they engage me first, but I don't have a problem putting down a mouthy NPC that wants to pull out his weapon as he rides up on me for no reason lol.

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SuperJude™
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My character as I currently play: Lone Wolf Sniper. A mean old bastard who wants nothin' to do with nobody and will kill without provocation to prove it.

 

(free roam at least. I play a lot of the story missions and I'm exceedingly helpful)

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Slonitram

A neurotic murderous bandit, but one that doesn't attack people that he deems to be similar to him (i.e other players), unless they attack him first. He's not concerned about morality, only about money and an adrenaline rush. Think of him as a ruthless mercenary, but with some respect still in him for certain others.

 

My honor is all the way down in the red because I wanted to get the buckles for being Honourable and Dishonourable. Since I've hit Dishonourable, I've decided to just stick to that and not hold myself back from putting down annoying NPCs. Still, I do not attack other players unless they make themselves a threat.

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Clickalot

Mine is based on Cole Younger (Loved the movie Long Riders) Only, this Cole is a retired basterd. Did his time for his crimes (died in prison I believe) But here Cole is free but very old :D

Because he had a rough time, he is helping the ones in need. I often ride alone......I used to have a 4 man posse, my brother and two from work. (But they dont see the beauty of the game like I do) ....

I named my character Sir Clickalot (Its my common name in all my games, however, I wish I named him Cole). Sir Clickalot is currently 62 years old. When he turned 50, my character threw a big party in Valentine. Nobody showed up. So...I stumbled drunk as hell back to my camp

When Sir is sober, he likes to fish and hunt a little and then drink some more in a Saloon :D
My Honor is all the way up. I coutld be mean, but I dont want to. You do me wrong, I try to hurt you very bad.

 

My main play is just free roaming this beautifull world and stranger missions. I rarely participate with events. Like King of the Castle of Fools Gold ..

 

Oh and I do mis my posse members (sad to hear from my own brother, that this game sucks a little....I could slap him like I did in my childhood) goddamn 😛

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fryday

...very bored...

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tonko

As a mute guy on a horse.

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Pocket Fox
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A no nonsense, no bullsh*t bounty hunter - soldier of fortune with a hatred of cowboys.

I see a red dot, I kill the man wearing it!

 

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Assblaster

Schizophrenic...one day he's one guy, the next he's someone else. :panic:

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Coleco

Josephine would be neutral good in her alignment as a character. I was hoping to be more of a Lawful Good orientation but as I don't go out of my way to bring justice to wrong-doers in sessions this is more fitting. I've chosen to ignore the 'break out of jail' origin for my character in RDO and instead just assumed she's travelled west of her own accord and is finding her feet while living a (relatively) lawful life in her early twenties.

 

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Josephine Coleman, circa 1899

 

Here's some excerpts from the above definition of neutral good characters as examples of my persona in RDO:

 

"Neutral good characters value both personal freedom and adherence to laws. They feel that too many laws may unnecessarily restrict the freedom of good beings. They also believe that too much freedom may not protect society as a whole and encourage counterproductive divisions and in-fighting.

 

These characters value life and freedom above all else, and despise those who would deprive others of them. Neutral good characters sometimes find themselves forced to work beyond the law, yet for the law, and the greater good of the people. They are not vicious or vindictive, but are people driven to right injustice. However, neutral good characters always attempt to work within the law whenever possible. 

 

A neutral good character will keep their word to those who are not evil and will lie only to evil-doers. They will never attack an unarmed foe and will never harm an innocent. They will never kill for pleasure, only in self-defense or in the defense of others. They will help those in need and work well alone or in a group. They respond well to higher authority until that authority attempts to use the law to hamper the character's ability to do good. They will follow the law unless more good can come from breaking the law and will never betray a family member, comrade, or friend. Neutral good characters are indifferent to the concepts of self-discipline and honor, finding them useful only if they promote goodness."

 

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I'd also say she's quite a serious person, focused and easily frustrated. Given the time period, she'd also hold some religious beliefs that may influence her judgement. She's still unmarried at the time RDO is set, though will likely have a husband and have settled into a more stable lifestyle by about 1903.

 

But yeah, RDO gives us a little more chance than GTAO to play as a 'good' person and I'll happily take that opportunity to do so. Not a hero, but not a villain either. Just a person try'na make an honest living.

 

 

 

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Assblaster
2 hours ago, Coleco said:

Josephine would be neutral good in her alignment as a character. I was hoping to be more of a Lawful Good orientation but as I don't go out of my way to bring justice to wrong-doers in sessions this is more fitting. I've chosen to ignore the 'break out of jail' origin for my character in RDO and instead just assumed she's travelled west of her own accord and is finding her feet while living a (relatively) lawful life in her early twenties.

 

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Josephine Coleman, circa 1899

 

Here's some excerpts from the above definition of neutral good characters as examples of my persona in RDO:

 

"Neutral good characters value both personal freedom and adherence to laws. They feel that too many laws may unnecessarily restrict the freedom of good beings. They also believe that too much freedom may not protect society as a whole and encourage counterproductive divisions and in-fighting.

 

These characters value life and freedom above all else, and despise those who would deprive others of them. Neutral good characters sometimes find themselves forced to work beyond the law, yet for the law, and the greater good of the people. They are not vicious or vindictive, but are people driven to right injustice. However, neutral good characters always attempt to work within the law whenever possible. 

 

A neutral good character will keep their word to those who are not evil and will lie only to evil-doers. They will never attack an unarmed foe and will never harm an innocent. They will never kill for pleasure, only in self-defense or in the defense of others. They will help those in need and work well alone or in a group. They respond well to higher authority until that authority attempts to use the law to hamper the character's ability to do good. They will follow the law unless more good can come from breaking the law and will never betray a family member, comrade, or friend. Neutral good characters are indifferent to the concepts of self-discipline and honor, finding them useful only if they promote goodness."

 

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I'd also say she's quite a serious person, focused and easily frustrated. Given the time period, she'd also hold some religious beliefs that may influence her judgement. She's still unmarried at the time RDO is set, though will likely have a husband and have settled into a more stable lifestyle by about 1903.

 

But yeah, RDO gives us a little more chance than GTAO to play as a 'good' person and I'll happily take that opportunity to do so. Not a hero, but not a villain either. Just a person try'na make an honest living.

Times like these make me really wish we had more than a "like" button to press, cuz this deserves an "awesome". Not only is your character unique-looking and attractive, but you've fleshed her out in an amazing way!  My hat's off to you, really cool character and backstory.

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hotrats773

My character is a loner She's been wronged bad and will do anything to make things right; even If it means fighting to the death. She also respects others who keep to themselves and aren't out to harm others like she was.

 

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Van_Hellsing

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Nemesis of vengeance. 

 

I avoid conflict and I give anyone the chance to walk away. I will finish what you have started. I like griefers extra crispy. 

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The Dedito Gae
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8 hours ago, Pocket Fox said:

 

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Not every red dot is a threat, im always red and i never shoot other players for the sake of it, im either doing the daily challenges with friends or killing lawmen or livestock to lower my honor.

Edited by The Deadite

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ALifeOfMisery
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Lone wolf outdoorsman, self sustainable hunter/gatherer and occasional pragmatic outlaw.

 

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He spends most of his life alone in the mountains hunting game, keeping meat for food (although he's on a very harsh diet at the moment) and selling pelts for cash.

 

He travels down to towns to sell pelts and buy supplies, gathering fruit, herbs and any valuables he happens to "find" along the way. 

 

Occasionally, when opportunity comes knocking, he isn't adverse to dusting off his trusty Lancaster and clearing out some bandits. 

 

He also loves his equine companions, which are his main indulgence. 

Edited by ALifeOfMisery

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TheLordMarvel

Honestly the best way to describe Colt?

 

He is a wolf in a man's body.

 

Loyal to his allies to a T, he will always assist and work alongside friends ala a "pack"

 

Leave him alone and he'll do the same, never goes out of his way to kill someone. Despite being trained to be a predator of sorts, he will occasionally just offer a friendly whistle or nod upon meeting a stranger. maybe even help out with a challenge.

 

But that is not to say he is always "good" - If someone who seems shifty rolls up, the unknown will always be treated as a threat. Until proved otherwise. Especially in his camp, which is his territory. 

 

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Clad in all black attire, it mimics his true personality and soul. Despite the kindness he shows his allies, his enemies face something else. His true self. Something cold, cruel. Unrelenting, raw and vicious brutality.

 

From putting bullets, arrows and knives into multiple enemies, to dismembering them with a powerful shotgun. His way of dealing with those who oppose him have left him much to be desired. 

 

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Rokushakubo

Marauder May

She knows that money is power and is chiefly driven by the desire for both, and to look good doing it. She has mostly a good moral compass and leaves others be unless they f*ck with her, at which point she exhibits the murderous prowess of a dead eye killer, repeatedly, until the cowards flee. Right now hunting is enough for her, but should some kind of heist opportunity come along, she'd not think twice of the law in the pursuit of a larger bank balance. 

 

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Assblaster
8 hours ago, ALifeOfMisery said:

Lone wolf outdoorsman, self sustainable hunter/gatherer and occasional pragmatic outlaw.

 

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He spends most of his life alone in the mountains hunting game, keeping meat for food (although he's on a very harsh diet at the moment) and selling pelts for cash.

 

He travels down to towns to sell pelts and buy supplies, gathering fruit, herbs and any valuables he happens to "find" along the way. 

 

Occasionally, when opportunity comes knocking, he isn't adverse to dusting off his trusty Lancaster and clearing out some bandits. 

 

He also loves his equine companions, which are his main indulgence. 

Really cool character! I find that, of the numerous characters I have, I enjoy playing this type of character the most. A Jeremiah Johnson type. Something about wilderness survival, living off the land and keeping to nature, that just appeals to me most. Great stuff!

 

I'm really enjoying these characters, finding out about all these imaginative backstories. All those years of Boot Hill & AD&D instilled in me a deep love for role-playing characters, so I'm like a kid in a candy shop in this thread.

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wehweh01

One word can describe my character: ugly

 

Rockstar sama I need a redo plz!

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ALifeOfMisery
Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, Assblaster said:

Really cool character! I find that, of the numerous characters I have, I enjoy playing this type of character the most. A Jeremiah Johnson type. Something about wilderness survival, living off the land and keeping to nature, that just appeals to me most. Great stuff!

Thanks dude. That's the the exact vibe I was aiming for, with a little William Munny mixed in.

 

The type of guy who's happy on his own, living off the land, but if he hears there's some cash and gold to be made out of someone getting shot, the cold hearted, murderous b*stard in him wakes up.

Edited by ALifeOfMisery

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tonko
1 hour ago, Assblaster said:

Really cool character! I find that, of the numerous characters I have, I enjoy playing this type of character the most. A Jeremiah Johnson type. Something about wilderness survival, living off the land and keeping to nature, that just appeals to me most. Great stuff!

 

I'm really enjoying these characters, finding out about all these imaginative backstories. All those years of Boot Hill & AD&D instilled in me a deep love for role-playing characters, so I'm like a kid in a candy shop in this thread.

So you're implying my character ain't interesting? I beg your pardon, my guy is mute and he rides a horse. Also he can perform most basic emotes so everybody makes fun of him :D

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Lonely-Martin

Retired early. 🤣

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Slonitram
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I've decided to put more thought into my character.

 

Felipe Alencar

(1872 - ????)

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Felipe Alencar is the ancestor of Daniel Alencar, who in 2014 became one of the most notorious crime lords in America, particularly San Andreas. Much like his descendant, Felipe is a ruthless mercenary swayed by greed, pride and adrenaline.

 

Having arrived in America from Brazil in the search of a better life and a better future, Felipe was framed for the murder of Mr. LeClerk and, due to his basic knowledge of the English language, could not be able to protest against his arrest. Doomed to hanging, Felipe was bust out of his cruel fate by a strange man known as Horley, who promised him revenge against the ones that wronged him.

 

Before Alencar was corrupted by greed and power, he were a fair, honest man who drifted around the east and west of America upon being guaranteed freedom. His time in jail had improved his knowledge of the English language a little, but he still chose to communicate mostly through hand gestures such as waves and nods.

 

However, being a foreigner in brutal lawless America made Felipe's first few weeks being of constant torment for being guillible, just barely surviving many encounters with cowboys and cowgirls, gangs, conmen and the like. All of this made Felipe realize soon that his concept of the US was flawed and non-existant, which propelled him into believing that to survive in this land, he'd have to make himself just like the ones that tormented him around.

 

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Thus, his good side shrunk and his bad side grew, but his good side never vanished. Felipe became much more jaded, cynical and began trusting no one but himself. Being much of a loner for most of his time, Felipe roams around the USA as a lone wolf, being the gun-for-hire for many strangers that inhabit the east and the west, doing a lot of things in exchange of monetary reward and a quick thrill, no matter how wrong they might be. Once, he even crashed a wedding with orders to kill the groom, which he quickly did with his powerful Pump-Action Shotgun, his favorite weapon out of his roster.

 

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But what is morality to Alencar? Felipe believes in right and wrong and knows very well he is not a good man anymore. Still, Felipe doesn't hesitate to go after evil people like himself in case the duty calls. Believing it takes an evil man to succesfully kill another one, Felipe is a drifter of deserts, swamps and forests who has gone into many gang hideouts and signed up for organized Showdown tournaments not just for the sake of reward, but also for the sake of satisfaction for shooting someone who would shoot him just as mercilessly. He doesn't do it because he thinks he's some sort of hero, but at the very least, a punisher of bad people. 

 

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Despite all this, Felipe lives a relatively normal life outside of being an outlaw for hire. He hunts game, collects plants and observes the scenery quite often, sometimes even taking photos with his camera, a trait which would later be inherited by his descendant Daniel.

 

He does not mess with anyone who doesn't mess with him first. If he feels threatened, he does not hold back in any way from pulling out any of his weapons to blast his attacker off their boots.

 

If I were to give him an alignment, I'd go with Chaotic Neutral.

 

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DeadEyeAdler

A woman living in a man's world.

Spoiler

Some of you may know this reference.

 

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Assblaster

I'm fond of all my characters, but I do have a favorite. The following is the story of the Bandito Kid, whose strange destiny, through a tragic twist of fate, took him from one kind of life of crime to another, completely different criminal life, forever.   

 

The Bandito Kid

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The Bandito Kid was the moniker of Cory Moore, who was infamous for killing, robbing and causing all manner of mayhem on both sides of the Rio Grande. Aside from one -- his twin brother Cary -- his family had all died when he was young. To support himself and his brother, he took to crime at a tender age, and was so successful at it that they both easily got by. When grown, the two went their separate ways, and while he became one of the most feared and hated outlaws in his time, his twin brother became a Texas Ranger, dedicated to wiping out crime.

 

When his twin brother died in the care of his only surviving gang member, a young soiled dove by the name of Sally Anne Brown, it gave her a brilliant idea. She finally convinced him that it could work: for there was no one else alive who knew of the identity of the Bandito Kid, and there was also nobody who knew that he had a twin brother.

 

Cory assumed the identity of his dead brother. He returned to his fellow rangers as one of them, bringing Sally in chains along with him. They both knew that, if he claimed that she had been a victim herself of the Bandito Kid, that she would be exonerated. In return, she backed up his claim that he had, in fact, killed the Bandito Kid.

 

It worked: Sally Brown was acquitted; after all, the worst of her crimes had been to support and defend the Kid, and she was not guilty of murder. Cory Moore, formerly the Bandito Kid, was now Cary Moore, Texas Ranger; and because of his highly acclaimed and celebrated defeat of the Bandito Kid, he became famous in the newspapers as the Bandito Ranger. He obviously had switched clothes with his brother, and took possession of his brother's trusted Shire horse, Stormsinger.

 

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But the Bandito Ranger, as he was more commonly known, had been profoundly transformed by the death of his brother, who as he lay dying bade him swear to him an oath to forsake his former life, and to live a life dedicated to helping others instead. The devastating tragedy moved him to make this colossal change in his life, and never again would he violate his sacred promise to his brother.

 

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Yet he would go about this pursuit in his own unique fashion. Rather than go about fighting crime as his brother had done, instead, fueled by rage against the outlaws that had murdered his beloved brother, he first became obsessed with revenge, and then once that was accomplished, he likewise was compelled to pursue and destroy all such cruel and vile murderers.

 

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The Bandito Ranger was thereafter a savage and ruthless killer, but his only victims thenceforth were those who murdered the innocent. He stayed true to his pledge to his dying brother: to forsake his former life of crime and to help the good people of the world. And from that day forward, murderous criminals all across Texas found themselves faced with his wrath and undying determination to see them all in Boot Hill, buried six feet under.

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