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Played by Rhee ➢ Offline
Spouse ➢ Dinah Warrington
Play-by ➢ Cody Christian
➢ Not Sharing Play-by
|AGE||JOB||HAIR COLOR||EYE COLOR|
|20||Construction Worker||Light Brown||Blue|
PersonalityImmature, Out-going, Attention Seeker, Lazy, Impulsive, Imaginative, Fun-loving, Caring, Protective, Proud, Family Orientated.
Loves beef stew because he grew up on it. anything sweet, especially pies
AppearanceTall and somewhat slender and lean. He has always been in shape but with work, he is more toned and muscular now. His Light brown hair and blue eyes stand out slightly. He usually rocks a beard because he thinks it makes him look older. Liam tries his best to maintain it.
HistoryHis family was one constant in his life even if he didn’t know or remember everyone. He was one when his mother died, he doesn’t remember her. He was the baby of the five that his father had, that came with the privilege of getting away with more shit. But he was also picked on the most for the most part. Boys will be boys after all. Time move on and his father was married again, she was a kind woman that was the only mother that he knew.
School was a priority for him to socialize, academics weren’t important to him. He wasn’t dumb, but he also didn’t try hard to be the best. He left that for other people. He talked and joked with his friends. It was fun for him, he was the class clown and that was his way to stand out from his family in his own way. He loved attention because it made him feel good and liked for some reason.
As he grew older not much changed for him. Liam was still more focus on fun than his studies and the more important things in life. Maturity was not his strong suit. He loved attention and the fun side of school and that became sports. He would rather crack a joke than score a point, but he would rather score a point than study. That was the Liam Walsh way of thinking. He stayed his fun-loving and cheerful self through school, only rarely getting caught doing harmless teen shenanigans. Most of that came to a stop when his oldest brother died. It was a shock he wasn’t ready for and it wiped his smile away for a long time.
When school started to wrap up Liam was hesitant and a little fearful of the aptitude test. He knew that it was a big test and it decided so much of his future. He didn’t really have any true goal or careers, except maybe becoming a comedian. He knew that was a slim chance to happen. But he also didn’t want anything that most considered good careers because that would mean more school and that was the last thing that he wanted in life. Luckily for him he got construction work. It didn’t require a degree or anything and he was happy about that.
He was also happy about his sponsorship. It was an exciting process and Liam found himself wanting to learn something, and that was what he really liked sexually. His imagination had been there since puberty, but theory and practicality were two very different things. Liam enjoyed his time with a few different women before he found what he liked.
Work started for him and life moved on, he still tried to see his sponsor when he could. Construction was hard labor and at first, it was rough on him and his body. But he got used to it, on the bright side he became fitter and Liam figured his future wife would appreciate that whenever he was drafted. He made new friends and tried to keep some of his old ones. His cheerful and happy demeanor returned, and he was once again the clown of the party. He has been trying to bide his time and count down the clock since he turned twenty.
FAMILYThe Walsh Clan
Birthdate: August 5, 2172
Bad Habits: Talkative when nervous,
Turn-Ons: Attention, Admiration, Feeling wanted, Nice body and face, Fun sex
Turn-Offs: Taking too much control, Bad attitude, Bad breathe and body ordor
hair color preference: Brown
eye color preference: Brown
draft position: For
premarriage y/n: No
skinned exclusively for the draft by saramonster
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