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Cameron Kuhnradden
Character information
  1. Alias
  2. Mental
    Sane, a wee bit downtrodden
  3. Morale
    "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you"
  4. Date of birth
    1976-02-26 (47 years old)
  5. Place of birth
    Greenock, Scotland, UK
  6. Nationality
  7. Ethnicity
  8. Languages
  9. Relationship
    Late Girlfriend, Marissa Gutierrez
  10. Family
    Late Brother, Alexander Kuhnradden
  11. Religion
    Agnostic, Catholic


  1. Height
    180 cm
  2. Weight
    77 kg
  3. Build
    Average, "dad bod"
  4. Hair
    Thick, Curly, Unkempt
  5. Eyes
    Yearning, guileless
  6. Alignment
    Chaotic Good
  7. Features
    Numerous cigarette burns on thighs, single tattoo crest on check above heart labeled "Aonaibh Ri Chéile."
  8. Equipment
    A cozy woolen jacket and a wee zippo lighter labeled with his name.
  9. Occupation
  10. Affiliation
  11. Role


When Cameron was a young boy, he had aspirations of one day building skyscrapers and towers, the likes of which never before seen by man kind. Born in Greenock, Scotland, UK, to a Scottish stay at home father and an American real estate mogul mother, Cameron had an adventurous upbringing. Traveling the world experiencing his mothers trade first hand on business trips from everywhere from Thailand to Brazil, America and beyond, he was rather spoiled yet heavily cultured from a young age. His aspirations grew with every new city he experienced, closely examining the architectural cultures in each new region. His mother’s dealings were in high luxury condominiums and luxury apartment towers all around the globe and Cameron was set to inherit the empire his mother had created. His father was there with him every step of their travels, soaking in the cultures and sights, yet struggling with his marriage as mom was more of a “married to my work” type of person.

Cameron firsthand experienced a violent divorce in his middle-school years that involved physical altercation and lots of financial talk, his image of his parents forever tainted. His father achieved a few properties and a healthy sum from which he lived the rest of his life in his sizable upstate New York household. He stuck around with his father after the fact through his high school years, but soon after left as his parents became less family and more like providers. Much of Cameron’s young adult years were spent in New York City in a paid for apartment building in the financial district in Manhattan, partying every weekend, soon finding his two first loves, wine, and a woman named Marissa Gutierrez.

Partying and hedonism was Cameron’s MO. Carefree drink-your-sorrows-away bar crawls and club concerts lead him to come to many realizations about how detrimental his decisions were becoming to his health. At a champagne bar on the lower east side, he fell in love with bubbly and a bartender. So much to learn and so much alcohol to ingest, he pursued a career as a Sommelier after almost a year of hard studying and binge drinking, or as he called it: “learning.” All throughout his learning experience was a young woman from lesser beginnings that completely captured his heart, first as a teacher-student relationship, and soon after an engagement. Marissa had problems similar to Cameron’s, but they could never truly relate due to their upbringing. A truly passionate relationship that brought them new careers and a partner in life to fare the tumultuously lonely lifestyles of New York had its ups and downs, often reflecting upon each other what they had learned from their divorced parents through their childhood, unable to see through their imitation of what they feared of becoming.

Cameron and Marissa spent 11 long years loving and bickering as if they had been married a lifetime, never having been engaged. Only a decade ago he finally experienced firsthand the fragility of mortality when after a minor scuffle the two had together, Marissa’s life was taken after falling off of an electric scooter on her way home from a late night of work and being crushed by a drunk driver. To this day he has felt nothing but regret. The city that brought him enough vice masqueraded as solace had proved him wrong, he fled immediately. Soul searching as a self-proclaimed “privileged yuppie” does, he traveled around the world once again on his mother’s company’s dime, at some point arriving at a small city his mother was soon to develope condominiums in named Nyheim in Norway in 2019.

Cameron fell in love with the people of norway and the way he could disappear to the middle of nowhere so easily even after a night out on the town, finding what he discovered to be the perfect balance of “fuck off.” Upon the lockdown following AVM-FLA-19, he was stuck in the strict lockdown procedures Norway enforced, slightly enjoying the time this allowed him to reflect. Over a year and a half later he lost contact with his family and has abandoned all hope. “Just while the gettin’ was good.”


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