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West, as drawn by \'Greenlioness\'

Vital Statistics!

Character NameElias "West" Stanson
Height6 feet 1 inch
Weight136 lbs
SummaryA very silly fellow when he isn't flying.

Outward Appearance

Fur/Skin/Scale ColourHe is Caucasian. Consequently, he cannot dance.
Hair ColourSandy Brown.
Eye ColourBrown.
ClothingHis usual outfit is an older leather bush pilots jacket, Aaong with some blue jeans, and a belt with a small, rectangular buckle. Normally he wears a white turtleneck sweater underneath the jacket.
WeaponryHe carries a strap containing a Survival knife and a small pistol at all times.
Special AbilitiesHe has incredible skill with vehicles. Boats, Cars, Trains, and especially Planes, West likes to think that he is the best in all of them.

Personality & Background

PersonalityIt's often said that he has two distinct characters about him. A serious, no-nonsense one when in the cockpit, and a 'let's duct tape a jet engine to a car and see what happens!' attitude outside of it. West has a bit of pregidous against Macros due to the culture of where he was raised, but thanks to Moya he tries to give them all a fair chance.
BackgroundBorn Elias Stanson, West grew up in the heart of the northern Rocky Mountains. He maintained a decent grade in school, particularly enjoying physics and gym. In grade 10 he met Moya, with whom he struck up a fast,strong friendship. The two went on to establish Western Cargo, which is now the premier Bush airline in the area. He adopted the stage name 'West' to help promote the company.
LikesGiving paw rubs, a good challenge, a cloudy day, hiking, and spending time with friends.
DislikesCertain macro coyotes, broccoli, people who are too serious for their own good, and engine problems whilst over macro territory.
OccupationVice-Ceo and Chief pilot of Western Cargo Airlines. Also acts as the trainer and co-pilot for the companies lone jet.

Just for Fun

Favourite Quote"Is that a mountain or a macro up ahead?"