Brain To Books Cyber Convention Character Tournament – Quarter Finals!

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The Brain To Books Cyber Convention Character Tournament Has Entered The Quarter Finals!

Two rounds have gone by, and now we’ve hit the quarter final stage. That means 21 hopefuls have already been voted out of the tournament, and 8 remain.

I regret to say that Richard Parsons was defeated by the reigning tournament champion, Ian Troy… But there’s no shame in going out to such a strong contender on your first time out…

So let’s hear it for the defeated hero!

About Richard Parsons

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Role: Protagonist

Character’s Breed: Shapeshifter (Lupine Breed, human-to-wolf only)

Character’s Role: Paranormal investigator

Character’s Physical & Psychological Description:

Richard is 5 foot, 10 inches in height with a wiry build. His dark blonde, shoulder-length hair frames his hazel eyes in waves. Richard was abandoned by his father, when he discovered Richard was a shapeshifter. His mother died saving Richard’s life when he was only twelve. He grew up as a member street gangs, hiding his abilities out of fear of rejection by the few who accepted him. His only adult influence was the pack alpha of Seattle. Like his mother, Richard took to drinking to hide from his problems, and it brought him to the attention of the kind of people who watch the supernatural community. Now he’s reluctantly working for those same people.

Character’s Tagline:

“The ability to see the world with the eyes of the wolf is not a curse. The curse is in not using that gift wisely.”

 

Richard Parsons is the unlikely hero of the “Shadows Over Seattle” series

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