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Patrick Stevenson [KIA 1/21/2299]

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"I want a fucking sword." -  MSpc. Patrick Stevenson



LCpl. Gray Seraphim(Left) and SSgt. Patrick Stevenson(Right) On Terra next to a hoisted Federal Standard.

Picture done by LCpl. Iris Blanka(Colesion)

Basic Information


Name: Stevenson F, Patrick

Other Aliases: Steve, Stevie, Stevie Wonder

Place of Birth: Flira, Hombar State, Faraway 

Date of Birth: May 23, 2268

Age: 30

Gender: Male

Height: 6'3



Physical Description:


Patrick is seen standing at a height of six foot, three inches, having a very fit and muscular body, which he often credits to his work out routine and carrying heavy gear during drops. He sports a full bio-tech right arm, usually covered up by his sleeve and fingerless gloves, leaving only the bio-tech digits exposed. He sports a digital watch on his left wrist that contains time (Terra Standard), and other miscellaneous information. He is described as being a handsome man, having a strong defined jawline and cheek bones, and a look to him he doesn't seem to realize since he never really tries to look super attractive. His face has a long 4 inch scar going horizontally from the back of his chin across his cheek to right before his lip. He usually wears the standard issue Mobile Infantry greys, often wearing the combat fatigues with blue camo'd pants, he has a radio clipped onto his shoulder due to easy communication. He sports a blue marauder beret on the top of his head covering his short hair. His face is generally well shaven and kept smooth. He has large light brown eyes, giving a glimpse of hopefulness and happiness, showing his change in tone.


Weight: 190 lbs

Hair color: Brown

Eye color: Brown

Visible Scars/Injuries:

- 3 inch scar across left cheek(horizontal).

- Large Horizontal Burn mark on his right thigh.

- Stab scar on his upper right shoulder

- Missing right arm (Now with bio-tech limb)

-Large diaganol Scar on the right side of his chest.(5 inches)


[Patrick Combat Gear January 8, 2299]


Military Information


Rank: Master Specialist


Branch: Marauders


Date of Enlistment: August 30, 2286

Years of Service: 12

Service Record:

76th Moritas: Pvt - Pfc - LCpl - Cpl - Sgt - DSgt [August 2286 - August, 2298]

Transfer to 112th Moritas: Cpl - Sgt - SSgt - Sgt [August 2298 - November 2298]

Transfer to 13th Marauders: 3Spc - 2Spc - Spc - SSpc - MSpc [November 2298 - Present]



- Mobile Infantry Veterancy Ribbon

- General Specialization Ribbon x 4

- Mobile Infantry Service Ribbon 

- Operation 'Dynamo' Unit Citation

- Operation 'Jigsaw' Unit Citation


- Purple Heart x 3

- Veteran Combat Medal

- Combat Action Medal x 2

- Meritorious Service Medal x 3

- Distinguished Service Medal

- Silver Star


Personal Information


Father: FLt. Brendon Stevenson (Deceased)

Mother: Jacklyn Stevenson (Alive)

Brother: FLt. Neal Stevenson (Alive)

Ex-Wife: Cpl.(ret.) Macey Fergusson (Alive)


Strengths: Quick Thinker. Tough. Fit/In Shape. Mentally Stable. Combat Experience. Marksmanship. Skilled Fighter. 

Weaknesses: Emotional Connect-ability. Empathy. Doesn't take loss well anymore.




Patrick was born in a small town to his mother and father, born 3 years before his brother Neal. His father was a TAC Pilot in Fleet and his mother a young religious woman. Growing up Patrick's father was not always around since he was in federal service, often being gone for months at a time. This gave his mother time to make him religious and gave him values he still some-what follows to this day, but he isn't religious himself anymore. He and his brother would often be mischievous and villainous to neighbors and friends, they were best friends growing up and did everything together. After High School Patrick wasn't interested in the Federation Fleet so he joined the Mobile Infantry, to his mother and father's displeasure. His father almost disowning him since he didn't join the Fleet. During Basic Training Patrick was young and dumb, acting at an ignorant, but competent and loyal trooper, always doing his duty but he always loved to be humorous and charismatic. During Operation 'Dynamo', his first deployment to a combat zone his unit fought against large forces of bugs and he got his first commendation for his competence and was soon promoted to Corporal. His second deployment was during Operation 'Jigsaw' a complete failure, costing the lives of his entire platoon and most, if not all of his friends, including his best friend Yeren Hitchcock. Patrick went downwards from there, disconnecting himself from friends and family, choosing to steer down the path of duty and hard-work rather than friendship to suppress the emotions he felt. His (then) wife Macey Fergusson had retired from the MI after she got her citizenship while Patrick continued his service, soon he fell out of contact with her and their deep love they felt for each other grew weak. Eventually Patrick divorced her and left her behind for his fear of losing another person he was close to, but they still remain in contact and keep in touch, even to this day. Soon Patrick was in full fledged NCO mode, soon being made Sergeant for his training and combat expertise. When the invasion of Terra arrived Patrick was off-planet, being transferred to become a drill Sergeant. He was told his Father had died during the battle for Terra, his ship being vaporized before he could even get to his TAC fighter, however Patrick kept his emotions suppressed, choosing not to grieve over his father. After the Civil War broke out,  the planet Stevenson was stationed at had Sanctuary loyalties. With manpower running short Stevenson was assigned to train Penal Legions for combat, when the Coalition invaded the planet Stevenson remained at his post and held off the Coalition troopers, often refraining from firing at his fellow MI across the battlefield. After the news of O'Brian's surrender Stevenson and his entire Penal legion threw the white flag up, surrendering to the Coalition's troopers across the battlefield. Stevenson sat in a cell for a month, awaiting his sentence, however he was pardoned on the terms that he had committed no crimes, having found that he only followed orders, being in no state to argue against his assignments as a soldier. Stevenson was released on August 5, 2298. He was demoted from Drill Sergeant to Corporal before he requested a transfer to a very active front line unit, having the desire to fight again instead of train. Thus he was transferred to the 112th Battalion, which had been lacking NCOs, and was the main reason he was sent there.



[Operation 'Jigsaw' August 5th, 2291]


[LCpl. Stevenson(right) and Spc. Hitchcock(left) during Operation 'Dynamo'. January 16, 2288.]


Personal Relationships


Romantic Feelings|Looked up to|Considered Kin/Family|Trusted|Friendly|Likes|Neutral|Mixed Feelings|Dislikes|Despises|Fears| 

(Request to be added, will not be added other-wise)

Sgt Vito Dominiko:


"He seems like a good trooper, he is fun to joke around with. On the field he does what is required of him but lacks initiative which I am sure he can work on. But over-all not a bad kid nor a bad trooper." 




"He's returned, and he's just as I remember him, brainless, but a good friend and trooper, it's good to see him again, it's been a really long time."


"It's good to see him back in the groove of things. He got sergeant back really quick, and it is making me proud of him. Hopefully he uses everything he has learned from me and others over his time here and becomes one of the finest sergeants the 112th has ever seen. Not only is he an NCO, he's one of my best friends, and I trust him with my life and my soul. But never both at the same time, that would hurt his brain."


LCpl Veronika Harth:


"Another new girl in the unit. She's a very positive and innocent mind, but she manages to mix it with competence and dedication. I talked to her a lot during the campaign which gave me a lot of time to know her. I've kind of made it my unspoken vow to keep her alive, for maybe once in my life I can get someone through the hell that is the mobile infantry without them dying. But I do like her, she's growing to be a good friend of mine."


"She's been one of the few people to stick by my side these days, I appreciate her company and I trust her. I'm hoping we can stick by each other for the hard times to come, because I feel they are coming, and it won't be long before things get bad. But, these are just assumptions, I really hope everything goes well between us."


"The last few days we've spent together talking through the night. It's been really nice, and I feel myself falling for her. It's not the same experience I had with Redbrick, this is different, and I feel that I like it just the way things are, I'm hoping we can be companions for a long time to come. I have to leave the past behind me and move forward, she keeps me happy, and that's all that matters."


Pfc Alexander Tschenkowitsch:


"Probably my closest and most trusted friend on the Grant besides Redbrick. He is an amazing laugh and someone I know I can talk to for hours if we really wanted to. We have yet to do some stupid shit on an RnR or something. He's also the ship post-man and I appreciate him taking the time to make sure everyone gets their mail. I've seen him in combat a few times and he's pretty competent, considering he did used to be an NCO, but sadly he stepped down, similar to myself which is understandable. Also... PASTA!"


Maj Sebastian Bently:


"A young, but smart and experienced trooper. He is similar to myself in many ways and I find him to be a good leader and he definitely has earned his high rank despite his age. He on occasion likes to mess with me but I really don't give a shit and could care less since it isn't anything that would actually hurt me, well that's a lie. But I don't care. Haven't actually held any conversations with him really so I have no other opinions to elaborate on." 


"Captain Crunch. That's what I call him nowadays ever since I came up with the idea. I haven't grown too close to the Captain, but I've got to know him more, and the more I know him the more I enjoy his company. He is a man that has lost a lot, and I think he deserves more kindness and friendship than he does hardship. Hardship that he already endures."


"Fucking Major. I can't believe it. Now the joke Captain Crunch is no longer relevant. Major Asshole? Yeah that sounds better. Good job, buddy."


Cpl Sarah Redbrick:


"From the start of our first conversations we had many similarities. We were both level headed, thought logically, and were ex traitors to the Federation, in our own ways of course. After a couple small conversations we soon enough had our own routine of talking all night long, about everything and anything, from strategies and tactics to our own personal lives. I do say I like her, she has a good head on her shoulders and her accent is very entertaining to listen to. Sometimes I mock it and find her reactions humorous. I do say she is a good fighter, maybe even better than me but she has yet to prove it. Her leadership capabilities are immense and she has a lot of potential for great things. Her past is iffy, and I can say that I wish to know more about her if she is willing to talk more openly to me during our late night conversations."


"We are good friends I'd say. We keep each other sane at least. I've taken it upon myself to help her and protect her where I can to prevent any more bad shit from happening to her, sometimes I fail and sometimes I succeed. But nothing will stop me from helping her as much as I can, she really needs it after all that's happened."


"You aren't the person I met a few months ago. I really hope things change and go back to the way they used to be, or I fear we'll keep pulling away from each other until the tethers snap."


"It's over now. It is probably for the best honestly, I don't feel that bad, of course it hurt, but I don't hate her for it, she had her reasons. I hope her the best, I am sure we can still work together fine and everything. I hope."


LCpl Angela Clark:


"One of the new people I've met. Apparently she isn't new at all and is an old veteran of the 112th, this show's in combat considering she's smart and competent and not completely braindead. She's nice to have a conversation with and is generally a positive person, and I'd rather surround myself with positivity rather than pessimism and lost hope.


Spc William Saint-Claire:


"When I first met him a while back I didn't like him too much. But after getting to know him a little bit I found him to be not that bad. Me and him enjoy joking around each other and I find him someone who reminds me a bit of some of the old friends I used to have when I first enlisted. The nostalgia really makes my day sometimes."


SSgt Quinn Caffrey:


"She arrived on the Grant my subordinate. During that time we weren't on the best of terms due to how we thought of things differently. After I stepped down from NCO and went to the marauders we seemed to have be on much more friendly terms. She is a competent NCO and someone I can rely on and trust to give me commands and go to for advice. On terms of personal, I don't know her too well, but we've had some good times on RnRs together, and wouldn't mind calling her a friend."


LCpl Maxine Valentine:


"Not much to say about her except that she is a capable Gunnery Sergeant. She's been doing her duty well and living up to Gunny Standards. It seems people have trouble understanding a Gunny's authority in the armory so I had to come NJP a retard for her. All in all not a bad Gunny or trooper, though I don't know them too much personally."


"I didn't talk to her for a long time because she had left the unit for a while. She came back and broke up with her girlfriend which really sucked when it happened for her, and she was a bit bitchy which I can understand. Recently however, she seems to be back to her old self, and we still have our running jokes about calling each other gay and faggots and stuff."


TSgt Naomi Hawthorne:


"A big brained psychic. She's young but pretty smart and seems to always have her head in the right place. I don't really know her at all personally but I trust her for certain things. She makes herself useful on the battlefield all the time and she is pretty reliable for help and information."


3Spc Tzipora Bronson:


"We've talked a few times and I can say that I like her and enjoy her company. She is similar to Harth in the way that she likes to joke around and seems generally like a positive person. She is a fine trooper though, too. Always competent and reliable in combat, so I can say I trust them to watch my ass."


Cpt Jee-Un Choi:


"She's alright. She left the Mobile Infantry to join fleet, she seems a bit sensitive, at least she did when she was in the infantry. Now she just seems to sleep around occasionally which I don't really give a shit about. Enjoyable company, minimal combat capabilities, all in all she's not a terrible presence."


"Captain of the ship. I'd say it's been a wild ride for her. But then she would take that as a sex joke."


SCPo Amanda Whitfield:


"I don't really know her that much other than what my brother has told me about her. Of course he will be biased. From what I have seen and from what I have talked with her about, she doesn't seem that bad at all, I kind of enjoy her company. Hopefully she grows on me, for my brother's sake."


SSgt Jodie Cutter:


"Don't really know her, but she's competent. That's good I guess."


"She got Staff Sergeant, she pretty much deserves it, she's been leading a lot and doing just many things in general and not getting enough credit. I haven't really gotten to know her more personally, but if I had to choose, I would say I liked her."


Pfc Valerie Faust:


"She was one of the first people I had a normal and reasonable conversation with. We talked about our pasts a little and I hold her as one of the few people I enjoy talking to anyways. I haven't seen her in combat except maybe once, but that was due to her transfer out of the company as a whole. She came back recently though and I can rightfully say I am happy to see her return."


Cpl Lowell Hartwick:


"He's a good squad leader for that he will always have my respect. From the few times I've talked with him in the bar and gotten to know him, he's not that bad of a guy, he's just very youthful. I would like to be friends with him though, it'd be nice to have some young friends."


Pfc Cait Donovan:


"She has an attitude and seems to like to be a practical jokster even though it will most likely get in trouble. I don't really have too much of an opinion really of her. She does her job well on the field and that is all that matters, a decent medic."


"No longer a medic. She's gone full infantry it seems, good for her."


Pfc Eric Shepard:


"A bit of a jackass and he can be cocky, but he gets the job done when it is needed to be done and is a capable trooper, something I can say moreso than a lot of people I see around on the Grant. Still though, we share a small similarity in our thoughts of what the MI do and how we do it."


Cpl Leana Wells:


"A bit of a bitch but a good fighter, and I can respect that. She seems to have a joking mannerism of insults, which they are usually good and high class insults I cannot really counter. She's beat me in spars twice now and shows true skill in CQB. I have yet to see her on the field and I can't judge on her combat ability other than her immense skill in close quarters."


"Haven't seen too much of her. It's probably for the best since we don't really get along."


Pfc Chiyuki Asahi:


"He likes to undermine the chain of command, and avoid NJPs, those are the bad things I know him for. He has a lot of spirit, and will, but he just doesn't seem to get how things work here, and the impact his actions can have on others around him. In my opinion, it's his lack of understanding the consequences of his actions. In recent days, he seems to be improving, but not enough to get him anywhere, sometimes he still does the same stupid shit over and over, I really hope one day he understands what he's doing wrong, even though it is told right to his face almost every singly day. He needs to change his ways before he gets killed."


"Such a retarded fucking prick, I have to put up with his shit on the daily now, I feel like I am about to sock him in the jaw at any moment now."


"I still don't like him, but it looks like he is at least putting an attempt to be less of a fucking dick-head. And I have to admit, he's a pretty good shot with the Morita-X. At least that somewhat makes up for his retarded nature."



The gone but never forgotten:


MSpc Daniel Dumont:

"He's a good medic and a practical jokster. Something that will most likely get him killed eventually. His combat ability is decent from what I have seen and he has capabilities that he could press on if he just didn't act like a retard. He is a decent human being though since he shows care for troopers, which I can appreciate greatly." 

"He died as he lived, a good person. He was killed in combat from a landmine and wasn't able to be saved. Many will miss him, especially me. His harmless shenanigans always managed to make my day and his good spirit and selflessness on the field and on the ship will something I will never forget about him. May he rest in peace."


2Spc Devin Saiphan:

"He seems like a good hearted trooper, although a little slow and a tad bit dumb he can take a joke and dish a few out which I can give him credibility for. It seems he takes my balls grabbing jokes well and I will continue to give him original ball grabber names probably until I don't find it funny anymore."

"This man right here was one of the best troopers I have ever met. Absolute selflessness, dedication, loyalty, brave. He was a model solider of the federation. The laughs he gave me and the times we had conversation was some of the best I've ever had, he will always be in my thoughts and he's asked me something to do for him as his last wish to myself. I will do everything I can to fulfill it."


LCpl Kyril Layland:

"He seems to have moments of genius, and then moment of absolute retardation. He's a seasoned veteran, and for that he will always have my respect, he knows how to fight and how to lead, but he does one better than the other, sometimes even switching the two around. He seems to get a lot of bullshit from people and does stupid shit sometimes, but it isn't hard to forgive him because you have to understand what people like him have gone through throughout the years of service."

"The fucker didn't even give me a chance to say goodbye. He died on the field while I was on the ship. I'm going to honestly miss him, I really enjoyed relating to someone a lot, officially the first friend I lost on this boat... I don't expect him to be the last."


Spc Lachlan Dunn:

"He's a marauder like myself, someone that is smart and just a well rounded individual. I see myself working side by side with him for a while and he is great to talk to and just good at holding conversation in general. He is very good in combat, and is probably one of the most competent fighters I have seen in a long time. I'm hoping that as a fellow marauder we will always have each other's backs."

"Another friend gone, right after another. I feel myself slowly breaking, and I really hope I don't have to result to my old strategy. I'm really sorry for what happened, and how you had to go. Why did you have to make me witness your death? At least you went down in a blaze of fucking glory, you died doing what you were meant to do. You died a 'Noble' death."


Retired/Disappeared(If you happen to reappear, you will be re-added to the main section):


Cm Maria Irwin:

"From the few conversations I have held with her she seemed alright. Apparently is a direct descendant of Steve Irwin, which is pretty cool. Humorous and more intelligent than some of the other fleet personnel I am surprised she is just a crewman."


Cpl Iris Blanka:

"I don't know too much about her other than that she is psychic. She seems okay though, albeit a bit more open than he bud Choi. Which is always a good thing. I do hope to see some leadership potential from her, despite her being psychic I believe she could lead one day. Maybe."

"Not as arrogant as I once thought. As it turns out I was completely wrong in my assumptions. It seems she is level headed and is one hell of a leader, past my expectations. She isn't that bad at making conversation which helps my boring life a little bit and adds some flavor to my day. I hope to see real potential come out of her in the future, capable of higher ranks than she holds now. Her psychic abilities have improved over time and I am sure one day she will be a professional at it and be able to break the most heavy minded individuals."


LCpl Jamie Sanderson:

"A good kid with potential. We have a little shtick where I call him 'son' and do fatherly annoyances like calling him a failure and a disappointment when he messes up. Although it is mainly as a joke. In all seriousness he gets wounded a lot, something that is a bit worrying in my opinion. But I have decided to try and make this nobody into a leader, which will take some work but hopefully will take some time off my hands around the ship."


Lt Travis Young:

"A good competent leader from what I have seen. He has a sense of humor which I can appreciate out of an officer that can mix good humor and competence together in one. I trust him to lead men out in the field and every mission I follow him on he succeeds on. He has a good head on his shoulders and some whit and smarts to him. All in all, he deserves his rank."



Ens Alysia Harper:

"It seems like she has a good head on her shoulders. She's decent enough to talk to and doesn't seem to annoy me since she acts like an adult. It seems her high rank and how fast she advanced up the ranks means she is smart and dedicated. Seems she has lost a lot too, as have a lot of men and women who serve the Federation, I just hope it doesn't get to her like it has many others."


SSpc Troy Hughes:

"He seems alright. We crewed a tank together and kicked ass and killed a lot of bugs. I made some conversation with him and he seems like a good enough engineer and Sergeant. I don't know him enough to say anything else really."


LCpl Artyom Kholvok:

"First off I would like to say I love his accent, he seems to have a good mind and is generally friendly and enjoyable to talk to. We had a long and fun chat in the bar a while back with a few others, on the drop I lead he did a good job of saving my ass and for that I can hold confidence in him at saving me from certain doom again."


Spc Sylase Freeman:

"Another person that falls into a group of people that I have known for a long while. We seem to poke fun at each other a lot, throwing harmless insults back and forth, I don't really know if he takes them to heart though and I really hope he doesn't. I hope he understand when I am hard on him I am just doing my job and I want him to be better than he acts, recently he has gone through a lot of shit, lost a lot of close friends and the like. I might try my best to try and help him if I can."


Pvt Ffanci Jenkins:

"I haven't really gotten to know her too much, but from the few brief times we have talked in the bar she doesn't seem that bad. Haven't seen her fight yet, that's the ultimate judgement."


Cpl Gray Seraphim:

"He seems like a good kid with a lot of potential. I don't see him around too often but when I do he is good enough company and someone nice to chat with. In combat his performance is good, but nothing of note. He seems like the ultimate mid-ground as he doesn't seem to impress me nor disappoint me and he leads good enough. My expectations for him are high and I hope he doesn't ruin them."


Cpl Bernhard Franke:

"He came to the unit a retarded reject. But I can say he is one of the most entertaining people I have ever met. He seems dumb at first but that is when you realize he is smart but acts like a total moron. After some time with him the past few weeks I decided to semi-take him under my responsibility to make him into a leader and into a trooper with lots of potential. His leading is still iffy but he is strong minded and loyal, two traits I cannot deny make for a damn good trooper. I have high hopes for him and I will try my best to make this man into a true warrior."


"Ass-hat better come back soon."


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1 minute ago, Durango said:

Add Elrad Davidson 




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Lmao will be done soon. Though he doesn't know much about Davidson, will think of something

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1 hour ago, StevieJr said:

Though he doesn't know much about Davidson, will think of something

i thought they interacted


dw about it if im mistaken

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