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The year is 2192.

The country is the United States.

The current regime, The Trust, has been in power for over one hundred years.

The Trust takes care of you from cradle to grave--they provide you with housing, education, jobs, vehicles--but, in exchange, they control everything about your life. What color car you will drive. Where you will live. And, most important of all: who you will marry and how many children you will have.

Do you fight them or favor them?



Christian Grimm
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Spouse ➢ Hera Copeland
Play-by ➢ Grant Gustin
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Christian is tall and lanky, with awkward limbs that never seem to be positioned quite correctly, as if he isn't entirely sure what to do with their length. He keeps his hair longer than his mother likes but frequently styles it up so it appears shorter as some form of appeasement. He works from home, and most of his clothing reflects this relaxed lifestyle. Jeans, t-shirts, and hoodies are prevalent in his wardrobe, sneakers are a constant. He has not worn dress shoes since he graduated.


Christian grew up an only child. His father and mother were married at 20, both of them, and they were a good match. Her father was then studying to become a doctor and allowed his wife to work in the hospital to spend more time near him. It was not till later in life they achieved a family. They had worried they could not have children and nearly didn't. Christian was conceived when his mother was almost 40. They had worried about complications, but on a cold January morning, Christian came into the world.

Being so pleased to finally have a child, his parents doted on him constantly. His mother was not allowed to work at the hospital when he was young, and they spent most of their time together. They had very little else to do, the house was always spotless dinner was always perfect. So they went to the park and played chess in the house on rainy days. They watched films on tv and read books. He dreaded going to school and leaving her, but he quickly adapted to that too. At least he wasn't a girl and had to go away to school.

His school years were mostly uneventful. He made friends, went to classes, and got to come home every night to his parents. He played some sports, at his father's urging to seem well-rounded, but he really preferred art classes. All of his homework was covered in illustrations, his notes had doodles in the corners, and all of his folders and binders were decorated. When he took his aptitude test it came as no surprise to anyone that he was an illustrator.

College wasn’t all that challenging, he was a little bored, thankfully illustrating was welcome on the edges of his notes in college more than it had been in school. Even if his school was almost so easy it was boring, his sponsorship went well enough. He scheduled his first appointment the week after his eighteenth birthday and went once a week that whole year. He kept most of his sponsors for a few session and saved numbers to visit them after he was nineteen. Once he finished his year, his visits got less frequent. College demanded more time, and then when he graduated his work was fairly consuming as well. He was a little surprised when his draft letter took its sweet time in coming. He had expected to get drafted at twenty, but he did not. His preferences were not all that strange.

He focused on his career since he had no wife to require attention. His parents let him turn one of the second bedrooms into a studio. Assignments would come in illustrating other people's works and drew for textbooks and manuals, and that was alright. But he wanted to do more than that. He started writing his own stories for children complete with illustrations. The Trust approved them, let them be published, and now there are very few children whose bookshelves do not include one of his books. He has a small collection of titles amassed. Two of his books have been made into animated films for children, both of which he helped with the art on, though most of the animation was done by other artists.

At his last check-up at the doctor, he received a microchip. He is unsure how he feels about it. Using the bracelets to protect women was one thing. Microchipping everyone is another. He is fairly neutral on the draft itself. He doesn’t mind the Trust picking a wife for him, but he is a little uncertain about the censorship. He would love to write stories about more than patience or obedience or self-control. But, as he’s finally received a draft letter, he imagines that he had better get on board real quick.


Allen Grimm -- Father
Merry Ellen Grimm -- Mother
Birthdate: January 31st, 2168
Bad Habits: Drinks too much coffee, literally cannot start the day with out it. Talks to himself while writing or illustrating. Really attached to his snooze button.
Turn-Ons: Long Hair, Submissive, Able to maintain conversation
Turn-Offs: Jealousy, Short Hair, Rebellious, Quiet
hair color preference: Red or Blonde
eye color preference: Green or Blue
draft position: Neutral
premarriage y/n: No

Hard Limits

Pretty Open.

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