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Posted: Jun 18 2010, 10:42 PM
Member No.: 13
Joined: 18-June 10
Name: Zhe Guan
Ethnicity: First-Generation Chinese
Hair/Eye Color: Black/Brown
Physical Description: Zhe stands at just under 6 feet. He is of average build. He has close-cut black hair, usually hidden under his Stetson, and a black mustache and beard combination. He usually wears a black Stetson and cowboy boots and either a black suit or a pair of Levi's jeans, a gray button-up shirt, and a black denim vest.
Primary Equipment/Guns: Enfield Mk I, Bowie Knife
Mount/Horse: Whatever he can find
Zhe was born to poor rice-paddy farmers in British-controlled China. He grew up as a farmer, helping his parents work the land and selling excess rice in the market near his farm. However, when Zhe was 11, the colonial British government authorized a raid on the area containing Zhe's farm, suspecting it to contain remnants of the Boxer rebel army. Zhe's paddies were burned, and his farm destroyed. Zhe's parents were put out on the road.
Eventually, Zhe's father managed to get shelter from a group of outlaws in exchange for his and Zhe's aid to their cause. Zhe and his father were trained in combat and began helping the outlaws launch raids on British supply wagons and trains, stealing arms, munition, food, and money. They used guerrilla tactics to strike at the British soldiers and fade into the countryside before the British could counterattack. For a while, the outlaws were able to continue their raids and help protect Chinese citizens. However, as the British tightened their hold on the area, Zhe found it harder to launch attacks without being outnumbered or outmaneuvered. Eventually, the British were tipped off to the whereabouts of Zhe's rebels. They launched a brutal attack on the rebel base, where they killed Zhe's family and slaughtered most of the rebels.
Zhe fled for his life through China, avoiding British patrols. Eventually, Zhe made his way to Shanghai, where he stowed away on board a merchant vessel bound for America. He landed in Los Angeles, where he worked briefly as a criminal, using his skills with weapons to rob wagons and wealthy citizens. However, when Zhe robbed a wealthy Latino criminal, he found himself a target of a Latino gang. Unable to fight against so many well-armed enemies, Zhe stole away on a train bound for the American Southwest, hoping to lose his enemies there.
Zhe got off at Prophet with an Enfield Revolver from rebel days and a pocketful of ammunition, a Bowie Knife he picked up from the train, and $80 dollars. He had no real applicable skills save his skills with weapons and guerrilla tactics, but he quickly found that that was all he needed in New Jerusalem.
Posted: Jun 19 2010, 01:20 AM
Member No.: 2
Joined: 12-June 10