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Anthony Carmichael
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Character information
  1. Alias
    Tony
  2. Mental
    Stable
  3. Morale
    High
  4. Date of birth
    1991-09-25 (28 years old)
  5. Place of birth
    Jericho, Texas
  6. Nationality
    United States of America
  7. Ethnicity
    Caucasian
  8. Languages
    English
  9. Family
    Benjamin and Clayton Carmine(Brothers)
  10. Religion
    Agnostic

Description

  1. Height
    182 cm
  2. Weight
    81 kg
  3. Build
    Athletic
  4. Hair
    Black
  5. Eyes
    Hazel
  6. Alignment
    Chaotic Good
  7. Occupation
    Reconnaissance Marine
  8. Affiliation
    27th MEU

Background

September 25th, 1991.  Jericho, Texas was no longer a ghost town as it's last remaining family, the Carmine's welcomed triplet boys.  Anthony, Benjamin, and Carmine.  

 

There wasn't much to do in Jericho, a town filled with cattle and ghost barns.  Anthony's Pa had been out of work for years, with little motivation to find a job.  Pa was motivated though, to find the next bottle to consume.  Often, he'd come home late, drunk, and would take it out on Ma.  Anthony and his brothers first memory is their Pa striking their Ma after a long night of drinking.  Ma was no cupcake though, she stayed up one night waiting for Pa to come home and hit her again.  When Pa arrived, Ma was sitting in her chair, facing the doorway, shotgun in her lap.  "What in the hell do you think you're doing with my gun Woman?!" Pa yelled as he started moving towards her.  Ma stood up, put that shotgun barrel right between his eyes and calmly stated "Get out.  Don't ever come back."  Smirking, Pa replied "You don't have the guts to pull the trigger".  Ma cocked the gun and pressed it even harder against his head ready to pull the trigger, but saw all 3 of her boys watching from the staircase, all next to each other and watching.  "I have enough guts to protect my boys from a drunk monster like you.  Now you've got 3 seconds.  3..."  Pa didn't move.  "2" Now Pa's face had changed from cocky to worrisome.  "1" Pa slowly backed towards the door, hands to his side.  He took one last look at the boys.  Pa went out the door, walked to his truck, turned it on, and that was the last time the boys ever saw their Pa.

 

Anthony was a loner type, but always made the exception when it came to his brothers. Anthony and his brothers were home-schooled, being taught the wrongs and rights of society by their Ma. She taught them how to get their own food and live off the land. Anthony took exceptional joy in hunting and fishing, and often would sneak off alone to do so. When the brothers turned 14, Ma tragically fell victim to breast cancer, leaving the boys alone without either parents. The boys didn't get to say their goodbyes, and were forced to bury their Ma in the backyard under the dead willow tree. At that age, they had not finished their education and were forced to fend for themselves for survival. As the years passed, they needed to find a purpose in life, beyond just making it by in the derelict town they grew up in.

 

At the ages of 18, Anthony and his brothers enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. During boot camp, the brothers undertook parachute training and combatant diving qualificaion courses and were designated 0326 Reconnaissance Marine, Parachute and Combatant Diver Qualified, and were assigned to the 27th MEU, aboard the USS Khe Sanh, and deployed overseas to the Green Sea to assist in the Chernarussian Civil War. After the civil war's end the 27th remained in Chernarus as a relief aide for the war torn Nation. In 2017, when the outbreak occurred, Anthony and his brothers were assigned to Delta Squad, led by Lt. Peter Brooks. They were in the Northern region of Chernarus near Tisy Military Base, when radios went silent. After months of fending for themselves, the brothers were separated from their unit and lost all contact with CENTCOM. In the following years, the Carmine brothers had did all they could to stake out a new life in this hell-torn land and were committed to surviving, no matter the cost.


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