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Jay Reed
Character information
  1. Mental
    Happy
  2. Date of birth
    1989-12-08 (29 years old)
  3. Place of birth
    Miami, Florida
  4. Nationality
    United States
  5. Ethnicity
    White
  6. Languages
    English
  7. Relationship
    None
  8. Religion
    Catholic

Description

  1. Height
    200 cm
  2. Weight
    132 kg
  3. Build
    Ectomorph
  4. Hair
    Brown
  5. Eyes
    Brown
  6. Alignment
    True Neutral
  7. Features
    -A scar on the left thigh
  8. Role
    None

Background

Jay Reed worked in the Marines as a Corpsman and he was in 1st RTBN (Red) Battalion. His squadmates were pretty respectful of him and wanted him on the battlefield with him cause before he helps a lot of people with medical problems on and off of the field. One day he got deployed with his squad into Afghanistan and were sent to protect the local and make checkpoints on the outsides of a city, one of his squadmates got injured while in battle and couldn't fight anymore and Jay was along with him every step of the way with him but Jay saw something out of the ordinary. He saw his friend not breathing and started doing CPR on him. Because of his wound, he died by a shot out artery after few moments he came back but he was not like he was last time and started biting at him and grabbing him. Jay quickly got up and ran away a bit and his squadmate started getting up and trying to attack him Jay said "Man I don't want to do this step back" he kept coming and Jay shot and killed him. That's when he knew something was wrong and started radioing in but no-one answered. Jay was pretty far away from the battlefield and didn't know what to do so he started walking towards the horizon. He was thinking about going back home where he was renting a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment in Miami, Florida but he was across the country. He kept walking and walking and found himself in the city of Elektrogorsk in Chernarus. Today you can find him around with his mind on his squadmates and what he could have done to help just a little bit more.

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