An Unusual Survivor
I am very attuned to making strange characters so please enjoy my story as much as I did. Ps, I survived 15 days with this guy.
A very strong and tough man wakes up in a cryo tube... Blah blah blah, u know the jig. He hears a creature coming from down the hall. He braces for a fight. It comes into the room and hesitates to attack. The man swiftly takes the dogman out without a single scratch on him. He thinks to himself, "dinner". He leaves, goes to the nearest city ruins, starts scavenging, and a looter finds him. The man immediately chases the looter down and pummels him to death easefully with his super strength and combat knowledge. He then proceeds to take a multi-purpose tool to skin the looter and eat his flesh. He was, in fact, a raider for the PC. The man quickly finds a butcher knife. All the while looking for supplies, he kills anyone he crosses. He eventually gets clothing, a fur tunic, and a rifle with ALOT OF AMMO FOR SOME STRANGE REASON. LIKE HE HAD 50 BULLETS. Also, he had like 60 painkillers, 7 nano life saver things, 20 bottles for water, and a unrealistic proportions of other necessities. He was happier than a frog that got across a road with two lives left. It has been two weeks since he came to. Another boring day scavenging. He has come to look so intimidating that entire squads of raiders ran from him at first sight. Finding a food source was getting a bit difficult. On the fifthtenth day, he was scavenging in a ruin, suddenly he body would not move and he was stuck on that position. A few days passed and he started starving and was dehydrated. He eventually died.
Just as a note, he was a cannabal >:D also the game did glitch when I was scavenging and he just froze and time started going like as if you were asleep or resting. I was a bit disappointed but I was really happy bc I was honestly getting bored out of my mind. Kill, eat, drink, sleep, scavenge repeat. Do that for two weeks straight and you'd get bored too. XP
If you love a flower, do not pick it up. For if you do, it will die and cease to be what you love. So if you love a flower, let it be. Love is about appreciation, not possesion.