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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?



Austin Wynne
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28 News Reporter Reddish-Blond Blue-Green


Warm, friendly, inviting. A smile is never far from his face, and he is approachable and charismatic. His quick wit and sense of humor make him great in crowds and at gatherings. He does not speak much about himself beyond typical small-talk; he can talk at length about his kids, the weather, or local news and gossip, but it's rare he mentions anything about himself. The easiest way to ruin a conversation with him is to press him for personal details.


Tall, pale, and charming. 6'1" tall with an athletic build, his physique is important to him and as a result he spends a lot of time making sure it's just right. He keeps his hair short and tries his hardest to keep the curls under control, usually to no avail. His appearance gives a wholesome and friendly vibe, which certainly helps in his line of work.


Daniel and Camille Wynne were young, idealistic, and and as in-love as any newly drafted couple could be. They were by all accounts a happy couple, and it came to a surprise to no one when their first child, a son, was born less than a year after their draft date. Life didn't change much with the addition of little Austin, as having a child was all part of the way things were supposed to happen. Both parents were loving and caring, but they did decide that having children too close together in age might be burdensome. So Austin had to wait until he had siblings.

Austin took to his little brother when he came, and while it was just the two of them their relationship was typical of brothers. It wasn't until kid sister Rhea was born that things took a turn towards the unpleasant. By the time Camille was pregnant for the third time, Austin was old enough to recognize the problem that was brewing, though he wasn't old enough to understand it. Still, he could see the distress in his mother's eyes, and her decline in health following the pregnancy. At eight years old, Austin was already preparing himself for his mother's death, and when the day came that she did pass, he accepted it with a steely resolve well beyond his years.

He never blamed his sister. It wasn't anything she had control over, being a twin, and she certainly wasn't the one who wrote the rules on the subject. His brother, on the other hand, decided that it was all Rhea's fault, and the two were constantly at odds. Even when the live-in came to help around the house, Austin still had to play the role of peacekeeper, and years of his childhood were lost trying to protect both of his siblings from each other. School was a welcome distraction, and due to this focused determination as well as his sudden maturation caused by the family tragedy, he excelled in school.

School also taught him how to deflect from his own problems, and Austin quickly found himself able to talk about anything and everything as long as it kept the focus off of talking about himself. He didn't like to talk about himself, his problems, and his familial struggles at home, so he just didn't. He made friends easily, but struggled to keep close friends. Whether it was inability or refusal, he never allowed himself to become emotionally close to anyone. Even his own family he kept at arm's length, only becoming invested enough to keep his siblings from tearing each other apart. He never formed any bond with Laura the live-in, and his relationship with his father was cordial but not close.

High school didn't change him much. He acted out some, as a way to relieve the pressure he felt at home, but his ability to talk his way out of anything kept him out of trouble. For the most part, though, he was a good student, made good grades, and was well-liked by both students and faculty. His aptitude test recognized his natural charisma and ability to connect with a crowd, and he was placed into the field of television news. He was elated at this placement, as he enjoyed talking, he didn't mind the thought of being on screen, and the focus would be on the stories he was telling and not his own personal life. It would prove to be a good fit.

Between high school and beginning journalism school, he participated in the mandated sponsorship period, something he did as frequently as possible as it also proved to be a worthwhile distraction from his family. Much like the live-in, he viewed the sponsors as a service more than a person, and his emotional distance was amplified in his interactions with them. He had a reputation for showing up, engaging in whatever act tickled his fancy at the time, and promptly leaving, with as few words as possible spoken. He was inventive and curious, and very little he considered off-limits. Ultimately, though, he was glad when the year was over.

Fresh out of journalism school, he received his draft notice. She was agreeable enough; not quite his type, but she made up for it with her enthusiasm to see him cared. He was as happy as he allowed himself to be, knowing how fragile life was and not wanting to get too close to her. Much like his own parents, though, it didn't take long before the pregnancy letter came in the mail. His first real emotional breakdown since the death of his own mother happened during one of the checkups when it was revealed that she was pregnant with twins. Though he knew that these would be the first two of their three allotted children, the fear was present that if they had more children they would have more twins and history would repeat itself.

He tried to be a good father, and he found it easier to get close to his own children than anyone else, and after finally letting the walls down he was able to connect to them and his wife like he had never been able with anyone before. The fear was always at the back of his mind, though, that history would repeat itself, so he tried as much as he could to prevent a second pregnancy from occurring. Though he always tried to be there for his family, he lost himself in his work to a degree that made intimacy difficult. It could only be avoided for so long, though, and eventually that second letter came.

His third child, another son, would not be what destroyed his family this time. He had long suspected that his avoidance of intimacy to prevent another pregnancy had caused his wife to seek it elsewhere, but he never pursued or confronted her about it. She became more brazen after the birth of her third child, since she no longer had to fear pregnancy by another man, and it wasn't long before she was caught and summarily executed. He blamed himself for this, reasoning that if he hadn't been so worried about having another set of twins, he could have been more available to her and she wouldn't have had to look elsewhere. He shut down emotionally again, only allowing himself to be caring and present for his children, and increasingly losing his patience with his ever-squabbling younger siblings.

When he was presented with the option for a live-in, there was really only one option for him: Laura, his own father's live-in. She knew him, so she would respect his wishes, and she had done a good job. It almost felt like having an aunt come to help with the kids; there was no pressure to satisfy any needs other than those of the children and the household. It was an arrangement that worked perfectly for him, and allowed him to dedicate more time to his career as a reporter.

It has been a few years since Mayra's death, and Laura's service is slowly being phased out, presumably to make room for whatever new wife the Trust has in mind for him.


Father: Daniel Wynne
Mother: Camille Wynne (deceased)

The Live-in: Laura

Brother: Dallas Wynne
Sister: Rhea Wynne

First wife: Mayra Navarro (deceased)
Son: Antonio Wynne (twin, 7)
Son: Angelo Wynne (twin, 7)
Son: Marcos Wynne (3)
Birthdate: November 29th
Bad Habits: Lacks empathy, easily distracted, frequently lacks sincerity in his words and actions
Turn-Ons: Sexy clothing, dirty talk. Watching a woman pleasure herself. Aggressive foreplay. Light bondage.
Turn-Offs: Passiveness, disinterest. Unflattering clothing. Anything that makes a mess (food, bodily fluids, etc.).
hair color preference: Blonde
eye color preference: Blue
draft position: Against
premarriage y/n: No

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