Date of birth2000-04-02 (22 years old)
Place of birthUSA
Tyrone was born in the USA and raised in a well-off family who were by no means rich, but not poor either. Tyrone had an uneventful childhood in public schools, with the only notable exception being his wit. But when his family decided to move to a new city the same year he entered high school, he quickly learned how brutal it can be to enter a nearly hostile environment without knowing anyone. He found himself able to talk himself out of most situations involving bullies even befriend them in some cases. Except one such time, he talked himself into a beating that he would never forget. Tyrone learned from this that he couldn't talk himself out of all situations, so he started learning self-defence and working out. After high school, Tyrone decided to join the army, and when he had finished training, there was news of a virus going around other countries. Under pressure from allies in Europe, the American government sent soldiers overseas to help maintain security. Tyrone was sent to Nyheim as an attachment to the 2nd Cavalry Regiment. Tyrone spent the majority of his time in Oslo patrolling walls or on sentry duty. Tyrone, being just a grunt in the army, wasn't told much, and Tyrone didn't much care. He just wanted to do his job and get back home, as he started to suspect something was about to go very wrong. In the days leading up to October 29th, all of Tyrone's suspicions and worries were realised when he saw the airport go up in flames, and after a few days, he decided to run away, not trusting in the leader that was in charge. After a while, he decided he would lie to anyone he came across and say he was on vacation here when shit hit the fan because he didn't like the thought of what the local military leaders would do if they caught him.With no more laws or order, that wasn't a chance he was willing to take. Having left all his gear behind, he walks along the coast just trying to survive.
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