neglected as a child, spent most of his time in the wild learning all he could about nature and survival.
shunned by his classmates but content to be alone in his own world.
enjoys acting as a devils advocate and prefers not to be personally involved in anything unless it benefits him.
spent just over a month in the military before being discharged for refusing to follow orders
is a naturally calm and collected character but has been known to snap into violent outbursts on rare occasions.
extreme levels of mental fortitude honed over years of neglect and hard living.
will treat others how he is treated. if you are friendly to him, he will be friendly to you. cross him and he'll cross you.
generally a nice guy who simply wants to carve his existence in this apocalyptic world
has a fear of flying, prefers boats or cars.
highly materialistic. sometimes described as the "Crow Of Elektro" for his love of collecting items, usually clothing.
After his mothers death during Byron's time at collage, and having never known his father, he felt alone and unhinged from the life he'd come to know. after some months of grief and confusion, Byron decided to leave Australia as it never could feel like his home again. He boarded a cargo ship headed for Chernarus. he did not choose to go there, he didn't care where the ship was headed as long as it was new.
one night a storm rolled in, seemingly from out of no-where. the storm although brief was vicious and claimed to life of 2 crew members and knocked out communications along with navigation's. the crew had no idea what to do without any way of knowing where to dock or even if they were aloud to dock. they spent just over a week, adrift at sea until they came to a decision. no one wanted to die on that tub, so using some star-map navigation they continued onward to Chernarus.
after a couple tense nights they made it to land. the ship ran aground and although the impact was not terrible, that ship would never sail again. after arriving on Chernarus's shores it didn't take long to notice that something was horribly wrong. the crew saw the situation as one big misunderstanding but byron believed that this was something more, something apocalyptic. the crew didn't believe him, called him crazy and headed for the nearest town. their screams echoed for what seemed like days. with that, Byron knew that this new land was dangerous and he would need to relay on his instincts if he wanted to survive. so begins his journey...