Drew Galloway Jul 25, 2010 3:38:29 GMT -4
Post by Drew Galloway on Jul 25, 2010 3:38:29 GMT -4
→ My name is Princess Krista or Kristabell. Whichever.
→ I found the site through religious ceremony.
→ If you wish to talk to me, the best way to reach me is through PM or Skype, although I'm a lot more likely to be available through PM (plus I'm usually being an asshole in the chatbox).
→ I have been role playing for a really long time.
→ I am now 20 years old.
→ I also play too many goddamn characters.
→ The PASSWORD is (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:・ﾟ✧ *:・ﾟ✧*:・ﾟ.
Full Name→ Andrew Dorian Galloway
Alias→ He always goes by Drew. There have been a few times where he has lied about his name in order to stay out of trouble-- his favorite to use is "James McKinnon."
Birthday→ November 11th (Scorpio)
Human Status→ New Haven Leader
Weapons of Choice→ He's rather fond of a sturdy crowbar. He also carries around a pistol at all times.
Personality→ Drew is generally charismatic. He knows how to use words to get what he wants and he knows how to talk his way out of any situation, regardless of how bad it is. He makes friends very easily when they don't know about his affiliation with New Haven. When they do know about his affiliation with New Haven, he usually has very little trouble recruiting them to join the cause. He is incredibly eloquent and is a talented speech-writer, as well as an influential speech giver. He loves to give speeches and he loves to get attention from those speeches. Drew is seldom very shy when giving speeches or when talking about New Haven's cause. He has a good grasp on how the human mind works and what appeals to people. He is an actor at his core and that's what makes him such a good leader.
→ However, "acting" is basically as far as it goes. While he believed in his cause at the beginning, he gave up the spot as true leader to a much more tactically-wired person who didn't care as much for the spotlight as Drew did. Drew loves attention and hates planning. He is easily swayed with sex, drugs, or material things, and is corrupt in just about every sense of the word. He finds very little moral issue with betraying people who trust him, and finds twisted pleasure in watching people he believes to be beneath him (essentially everybody) writhe in misery. He finds immense pleasure in being in power, just not in any of the drawbacks that come with power.
→ In addition to these things, Drew will often act out emotionally in the presence of those he trusts, and he is prone to fits of anger or sadness when under any sort of emotional stress or agony. He will do almost anything to save his own hide and to further his purpose unless it includes betraying the trust of those he considers to be true friends or those that he truly does love, although it takes a special kind of person to become true friends with Drew, and Drew doesn't find himself actually loving anyone all too often.
History→ Drew was born to two very rich people, Daniel Galloway and Marlene Lovett Galloway. They were always busy touring the world, leaving their only son alone with maids and caretakers and servants. He was privately schooled alone at his home and was often left alone in his very large house, occasionally making excursions to exotic locations on vacation, accompanied by whatever domestic servant had been hired to attend to him at the time. Drew rarely found the solitude bothersome; in fact, he thought it was nice to be away from everyone. He excelled in his studies, having the finest tutors, paid for by his ever-absent parents. He didn't know his parents very well at all, and didn't acknowledge the fact that he even had parents. It wasn't until he was fourteen that he first went to a real school and interacted with people his own age. He lost his virginity to the first girl near his age that he'd met very soon after he met her. Drew soon found that it was very easy to manipulate people, and he began to manipulate the others in the schoolyard just to see how far he could push them.
→ Drew was prone to random outbursts, not used to having any conflict in his life, and would often be violent or threaten self-harm. His parents, upset that the school was constantly telling them that Drew had gotten into a fight, sent him to a psychologist to tell them how he was the victim and how he was only trying to defend himself. He played the psychologist, as well, telling him that he was fine and that he was bullied so often for being so much richer. He'd gotten thirteen people expelled that year alone, and would have a total of thirty-nine people expelled from that very prestigious, expensive private school.
→ At eighteen, Drew left his home in New York to go vacationing in Europe, going first to Amsterdam and then to London, where he was spotted and offered a job in modeling. He accepted, although this career lasted only for a year or two, after he found that he could hardly stand the pressure of short hours of sleep and rarely being able to eat. He quit that business, moving back to his home in New York, where he eased into the party scene, having wild parties, drinking far too much than was healthy, having an extremely unsafe amount of sex, and doing lots of cocaine. His parents, still absent from his life, ultimately let him do what he want, blowing huge amounts of money on these ridiculous parties that he would hold at least every other night.
→ When Drew was thirty, his mother passed away. He showed up to her funeral extremely drunk and crashed the entire affair, although his father didn't seem to mind. It was only a year before the dead began walking, and Drew went immediately to Safe Haven, very quickly finding a place in the beginnings of New Haven. He found that the leader at the time was not quite doing the job Drew would have done, and had him removed with lies and slander. He slowly climbed his way to the top, throwing leaders out of their place before finally he was the only one left that wanted the cursed position. Before this, his father and his stepmother appeared in Safe Haven as well, almost too old and feeble to take care of themselves. Drew's father died in the Infirmary not too long after. The woman, having grown used to the luxury that came with being married to such a rich man, died soon after of starvation, refusing to eat what they served in the cafeterias of Safe Haven. Drew spent a lot of time thereafter going for drugs, booze, and women in the back alleys of Safe Haven.
→ Then Drew met Seylin in a bar, where he'd gotten very drunk with the other man, and after having very drunk intercourse, had been kicked out of the bar. They found an Overmind not far away, and after Seylin fought him off and revealed his true nature as a Vampyre, they began a relationship with one another, hiding their relationship for the sake of Drew's reputation and Seylin's relationship with those looking to take down New Haven. After several episodes where Drew so gracefully threatened suicide, Drew became angry at Seylin for having a past relationship with Missy, and slept with an Overmind named Logan. Seylin, believing that he had taken advantage of Drew, went after Logan and ultimately disappeared.
→ After a long time of being in hiding because of the depression of losing Seylin, Drew left Safe Haven for a short time and met Ash, a vicious rogue with whom Drew formed an alliance with, after they fought off an entire horde of zombies together. Ash was the first woman to whom he wasn't related and who he didn't think of in a sexual manner, partially because of her skills killing zombies and partially because he looked at her in a sisterly way. She managed to take Seylin's place as his one true friend in the world during that one meeting, and Drew came to trust her almost exactly as he'd trusted Seylin.
→ Drew hired a series of seconds-in-command, sick of having to do so much lethargic planning, but still wanting the power and glory of being the leader. The second-in-command did all the true planning but got none of the true credit for the job, while Drew still made speeches and acted as the fall guy if anything went wrong. It soon became apparent that Drew had made a mistake: the second-in-command had made him the most hated person in Safe Haven for things he didn't do. He was berated in the streets, spat on, yelled at, and he was prone to being the victim of violence, and Safe Haven did nothing about it. If Drew was killed in the streets, then it was a win for them. They wouldn't have to keep reaching for reasons to throw him in jail or to execute him at long last for disturbing the peace.
→ As of late, Drew has been spending more and more time in Fort York to escape the hostilities of Safe Haven and to find somewhere safe to go when he was exiled for something he didn't do.
Likes:→ Getting his way
→ Being in charge
→ Succeeding at manipulating others
Dislikes:→ Obvious weaknesses
→ Being ignored
→ Most people
→ People who steal his thunder
→ Those who disagree or oppose him
→ Work in general