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Wyatt Walters
King
Character information
  1. Morale
    Neutral
  2. Date of birth
    1982-12-24 (36 years old)
  3. Place of birth
    England, Midwestlands
  4. Nationality
    English
  5. Ethnicity
    British white
  6. Languages
    English
  7. Relationship
    Single
  8. Religion
    Christian

Description

  1. Height
    172 cm
  2. Weight
    80 kg
  3. Build
    Athletic, strong
  4. Hair
    Brown
  5. Eyes
    Blue
  6. Alignment
    Chaotic Good
  7. Equipment
    Head: Black Flat cap, Thin-rimmed glasses
    Torso: Red cross shirt
    Legs: Black cargo trousers
    Shoes: Black trainers
    Weapons: Makorov, Crossbow
    Special: First aid pack
  8. Occupation
    Charity worker
  9. Role
    Doctor

Background

[Wyatt's lore will be given to people uninvolved in my roleplay on request in concise note form.]

The immediate priorities for the British Red Cross following the war, were the huge number of displaced civilians caused by forced migration during the war. The Red Cross provided much relief for these people, including basic supplies, and helping to reunite people through the Messaging and Tracing Service. This work led to the provisions in the 1949 Fourth Geneva Convention to protect civilians caught up in war.

Since then, the British Red Cross has provided relief to people worldwide, including during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, in Vietnam in 1976, Famine in Africa in the 1980s and the 1999 Armenia, Colombia earthquake. Whilst the society no longer sends its volunteers abroad, it is a leading contributor of delegates to the international red cross pool of emergency relief workers.

Between 1948 and 1967 the British Red Cross and the St Andrew's Ambulance Association jointly operated the Scottish Ambulance Service, under contract to the National Health Service. NHS Scotland took over full responsibility for the service in 1974.

In the UK, the society has been active at many major disasters, from the coal tip slide at Aberfan in 1966, the Lockerbie air disaster in 1988 to the London bombings in 2005, providing support on all levels, from front line medical provision, to running helplines for worried relatives and long term emotional care for the victims.

In July 2008, the society celebrated the 100th anniversary of the granting of the Royal Charter with a garden party at Buckingham Palace. The party was hosted by TRH The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.

 

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