Yep yep, that's the first thing most people want to learn. But, you also have to remember that, a lot of the time, you aren't making a setting that fits a character, you're making a character that fits a setting or can be part of it.
Well, if you want to learn about character making, do you want me to just give a lowdown or, would you prefer to do a PM example?
If you can maintain a comprehensible level of writing throughout the RP, I don't see any problem in it.
Some advice to you, though (without intending any insult), is to perhaps request a mentor from the Roleplaying Academy. Someone there (myself included) would be more than glad to help you polish up the rougher areas of character templates.
Whatever you decide, I look forward to seeing the revisions!
Ah, yes, it's accepted, I don't really turn down anyone for this rp if you hadn't already noticed =)
The only complaint I have for your temp is that for your history, a kid really wouldn't be able to get ahold of grenades or if they had been able to, there's not a good chance of them knowing how to use the, Other than that, it's fine. Maybe add if your characters family was combat trained at early ages and maybe they were in a war torn area so it would explain the grenades.
yes, but he would essentially be going crazy over her, and wish to stay with her, such is the effect of her song. And I'm not making this up. That's pretty much how siren's are (though no one actually knows she's a siren as of yet).