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Lenny

June 6th, 2005 (03:32 pm)

Lenny used to panhandle the streets. He sold his body to fix his life with ingredients other than food and water. Lenny now shakes as he walks, and will die soon if he does not rest.

Lenny has been awake for the entire duration of post war. He does not fear the lowlifes enslaving him for he can take on an army. He served in the military for three years in Russia before reported MIA. He found a truck full of pigs, and became a stow-away crossing into other countries never to be seen by the public. The military knew of his where-abouts, but preferred to keep his MIA status for good reputation.

When he arrived in America he was invisible to the nation. His records were filed in locked portables and taken out of the telephone book. Larry found that this was the most opportune time to do whatever he pleased. As he educated himself to which street corners brought the most profit, he became lonely and decided to cut his reality into powder and mirrors. The powder eventually became one soggy mess and the rest of him ran about collecting the mess. This destructive habit was fairly popular for many panhandlers and homeless people, but Larry appreciated it. It was the only thing he could count on because the world was too unstable.

This is not the main character, but will soon become acquainted with the main character.

Main character has no name as of yet... After I post pictures and a short bio of him I might submit a poll of different names.

Thus far I have only thought of:

Tock
Mill
Henry
Jack
Perry
Luke
Mick

Comments

Posted by: A Diaryfull of Alibis (paracelsus)
Posted at: June 7th, 2005 11:51 pm (UTC)

What's the scope of the story? Are you going to let it play itself out as it wants, or do you have a defined plot and pacing in mind? Seems like you will be using a number of minor characters and stuff, which I really like especially in sci-fi as it makes the supsension of disbelief all the sweeter. So, more little character dossiers like this would be a funky way to proceed, I think.

Posted by: delusionfade (delusionfade)
Posted at: June 9th, 2005 07:32 pm (UTC)

Actually, I have a defined plot, but I'm allowing it to play itself out as it wants.. ;) For instance, my recent installment just wrote itself.. I had nothing to do with it. *laughs*

Of course all of this writing will probably never make it to the actual novel as graphic novels are text lite. :D

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