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------Finch was send to Federal Prison after not killing a enemy in the field and this killing members of his unit-----


Face claim:








Got none yet, gonna add as soon as I find one.





Family Name: Finch

First Name: Michael

Aliases: N/a

Rank: Sergeant

Military Branches: Mobile Infantry

Gender: Male

D.O.B.: 04.11.2270

Height: 5’9

Homeworld: Iskandar

Body build: Muscular

Hair colour: Blond

Eye colour: Green

Significant Facial features: N/a

Significant Body features: Both legs got scars all over them.

Family: N/a

Medical history:


Ran into a mine, resulting in fragments covering both legs. Fell unconscious right away. Scars remain all over legs.

Part of the left arm bitten away by a bug, healed completely. No staying injuries.

Shot into the left shoulder. Extreme lucky. No staying injuries.

Brocken his left arm when a bug flipped a tank he was on. No staying injuries.

Neck cut open by a bug, MEDEVAC and great medics saved him. A big scar remains on the neck.




Abandoned on Iskander at the 04.11.2270 the baby from unknown parents was found near the ‘Innocent Finchlings’ orphanage. The day he was found has been set for his birthday, even though he is a bit older. As no name was known, he got the one he has now by the employees. He lived there until he was officially 18, joining the MI right away. From then on he was moving from unit to unit, until staying at the 112th.


Relationships: (Ask to be added, no colours; in alphabetical order)


Alexander "Lick" Tschenkowitsch: Lick joined, I believe, the day after I did. He was on the drop where Krautstag died in, must be a good first impression. But it was good, I was able to enjoy our free time with him. Had many talks, becoming friends. He got First Class before me, after losing a game of 'Staff Sergeants Says' by licking the floor. I won, got First Class right after. Was a fun game, but even better, I gave Lick the name he is called from everyone today. From time to time we had more serious talks. And he almost broke my knee, when I had to prove something to him. He is a Lance Corporal currently, and a trustable Second in Command. But he seems to not wanna go on, and if he does, he needs to be better. He's funny, for me and more important the enlisted. They trust in him, as an equal more than a superior, or it seems like that. If that is a good or bad thing, we will see. I'm keeping you as a close friend, but leading might be something I need to talk him out of. He is... to soft, too nice for it, too much joking about it. 

He did surprise me quite much the last drop when he was SiC for Hughes. From what I saw, he was the one keeping everything together. He should keep up such work, I'm quite happy to see such great performance from him.

Alice White: A great medic. Follows orders, is there when needed and allways does her best. We need more like those, and I want to see her become a high ranking medic!

Anderson Kayne: He took the career ladder, cut it in half and boom, he was Staff Sergeant. And I got no idea why. He enforces some regulations, but for what? As long as everyone does his job, who cares about the colour fo their hair? When I was dealing from time to time with fuckups he came by to throw around some words and leave it to me. Looks like he wants to make himself important, not sure why he does that.

His skills in leading are average for a corporal at best. At worst we sit on a moon being slaughter one by one because he can not make up his mind and is giving conflicting orders. Just like Hughes, he got, in my opinion, no reason to be at the job he currently has. Maybe he will surprise me one day and be actually useful or important. 

Cornelious Zeem: A Lance Corporal right now. I'm not sure if he is ready to be a constant leader, not from what I saw, but I agree that he should have a chance to prove it. He wanted to stay in the field wounded, wanting to show himself or whatever. All he did is show that he does not think through. I'll work on changing that.

Felix Krautstag: He was my Lance Corporal. The one I considered to be my role model, I think. Not sure if it because he was my first Squad Lead, or because he was actually good. I tried doing my best whenever he was around, so that is a good thing. He died after running onto a mine, had not much time crying over it back on the ground. Funny thing I did the same not a week later but had way more luck. Either way, Lance, you will always be remembered by me and I keep reporting if something important happens. Farwell.

Franco Sorrentino: The man made me Lance Corporal and Sergeant. I thank him a lot for that, but even more for what he did. He allways seemed to want the best, a somewhat weird form of humor. He showed me what real leading is. Direct, quick and decisive must it be. Especially on one drop, we stormed a island, he showed that he can do mistakes and said us he did them. He showed me something I wanted everyone to learn. Self-Reflection. He was by that point, the only one that showed it without being asked to, and I'm happy that I was able to meet him.

Haleem bint al-Attar: Weird name. That could be it, but sadly it is not. She seems a little bit upset with me, for good reason. I once did some clearing with her, she got shot out of my sight and I completely forgot about her. Was not able to say sorry to her, yet. Giving me not the full fault, but certainly some. She was detached from her squad, which leader was terrible at doing his job. Outside of that, she seems like a brat. Comming to me and telling me she floats. Not requesting or asking, not informing me that she is the only medic. She came and said she would float now. If she tries that again I let her 'float' back in the ship in her own sweat after running through the cargo.

Jackie Knoxx: She talks much about improving, but shows none. Either this will change or she is gonna get a hard time, not only by me. Her control over emotions lack as well, and her motivations to be at the MI are questionable at best, at least does she not show any. What motivates such a person to join service? Just a matter of time to find out for me. At least she is useful in the field.

James Chevosky: Not sure if it was for that fleetie, to get on her good side, or because he actually is that way. But if he keeps calling out errors of the troopers under his command to superiors or outsiders, I'm gonna get really piseed with him. If he wants to be a corporal, or keep being one, he better learns to deal with it hands-on and learn to shut up about it afterwards. An error is to be corrected instead of talked about for ages, especially not to get on a womans good side.

Lyndsey Carter: This woman is a permanent reason for my squads for a good reason. Fast, reliable, always up to do her job and in such a good manner. I want to see you ranking all the way up. Her jokes are old and beefy, she gotta learn not to stand between me and my drinks.

Noah Gargano: From what I saw he seems to care for the safety of the troopers in the field, without looking too much at useless regulations. That's a good thing. He's sadly also making my job hard when defending him against certain Chief Petty Officers and similar, is not smart in regards to reading the situation he is in and acting accordingly. He needs to think more before talking in general. He often does not mean it evil, I assume, but the way he sends out his words just makes it sound terrible. He has potential but is far from being the NCO I would wish to see my place after me. We'll see about him, had not much chance checking his skill in either leading or squad management. I'll be watching and changing the courses he's gonna set in his future with great interest.

Sean Richardson: Noisy and obnoxious ass. Just a big dick. First time I see him on a drop his face gets some acid on and is now really fucked up. The irony is almost funny. But no one deserves such a fate, not even he.

Troy "Turtle" Hughes: He seems a bit moody from time to time. He got a girl now, I think she was called Taylor. Anyways, hope that betters it. He's a Sergeant now as well. From what I know of him, he is not ready, but I did not look how he was leading in the one drop he and Hayes were tested. Anyways, I will be looking how he does, but I'm not sure about him, yet. We will see if or if not he has improved, or will.

Valerie "Panzer" Faust: Was a Corporal when I joined, haven't seen her leading. But she shows why she is a master specialist. Constantly looking for new members and being a hero in my eyes. She started looking for new members when she was 'only' a specialist. Without her, the weapons specs would be gone already, I'm sure about that. She acts quick, with the best intentions all the time in the field. You can only find her on the front, if not hold back, diving onto nades to save her team. A woman I can trust and consider a friend, always ready to help out from what I see. Her German lacks from time to time, she does not concentrate on grammar enough in that regard.


------Finch was send to Federal Prison after not killing a enemy in the field and this killing members of his unit-----

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2 minutes ago, Traitorverpackung said:

How dare you to not add me instant! You will be punished for that with five lickshs! I mean lashes!



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3 minutes ago, F r a n c o said:

all ur characters wore scarves

Not all, Decim did not wear a scarf once. Course, that is one out of 13. But I still prove your point wrong.

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